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May 23, 1980 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Haber Awards
Go to Five
Campus Groups

WASHINGTON — The
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion has honored five college
student organizations with
the William Haber Award
for outstanding ptograms
and activities during the
last school year.
The groups are the Hillel
foundations at Brandeis
University, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, the
University of Massachu-
setts, and San Francisco
State University. The fifth
group is the Jewish Associa-
tion for College Youth of
New York.
The awards, named in
ignition of the more than
_years of communal con-
tributions by Dr. William
Haber, adviser to the
president at the University
of Michigan and honorary
chairman of the Hillel
Commission, were pre-
sented at the commission's
annual meeting.

Books, Authors
Honored By
Present Tense'

NEW YORK — The Ken-
neth B. Smilen/Present
Tense Magazine Book
Awards were recently
given in the following
categories:
non-fiction:
General
"Lest Innocent Blood Be
Shed," by Philip Hallie
(Harper and Row).
Scholarship: "Less Than
Slaves," by Benjamin B.
Ferencz (Harvard Univer-
sity Press).
Fiction: The Ghost
Writer," by Philip Roth
(Farrar, Straus and
Giroux).
Judaica: "Tormented
Master, A Life of Nahman of
Bratslav," by Arthur Green
(University of Alabama
Press).
Photography: "Psalmist
With A Camera," by Gail
Rubin (Abbeville Press).
Juvenile: "A Tangle of
Roots," by Barbara Girion
(Scribners).

Israeli VIPs
Met with Shah

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Uri
Lubrani, former head of the
Israeli legation in Iran, has
disclosed in a Davar article
that top Israeli leaders met
secretly with the Shah of
Iran while the Shah was in
power.
Lubrani said the Shah's
visitors included David
Ben-Gurion, Golda Meir,
Yitzhak Rabin, Yigal Allon,
Moshe Dayan, Abba Eban
and Menahem Begin.
Allon reportedly visited
e Shah in 1976 to discuss
_ran's supply of oil to Israel.

NF Appoints
field Director

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Mortimer J. Rubin has been
appointed national field di-
rector for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America.
Rabbi Rubin will visit the
JNF regions and councils
throughout the U.S. to
strengthen and coordinate
JNF fundraising activities
on a national basis.

Friday, May 23, 1980 11

Happy Birthday Hamilton Place

THE CAFE
ROUGE
GOURMET
SAYS:

ANOTHER
GOOD
REASON
NOT TO
COOK

HAPPY
BIRTHDAY
TO Us

Hamilton Place has the
perfect reason for you to
put away your pots and
pans. Two exciting week-
ly buffets! Every Wednes-
day, it's a delicious
"ethnic" buffet, with en-
trees varying each week.
Last Wednesday night's
Greek buffet, which fea-
tured leg of lamb and all
the trimmings, got rave
reviews from satisfied
Hamilton Place buffet go-
ers. Friday's buffet in-
It's our birthday! Ham- of tennis, jog around the cludes 4 entrees, veg-
ilton Place is one year old, parcourse, work out on etables, complete salad
and you're invited to the the latest exercise equip- bar, and dessert. Menus
ment or take a relaxing
gala celebration.
change on a weekly basis.
sauna. You can do it all
Over the past year we've and more at Hamilton Buffet available for Ham-
ilton Place members only,
made a lot of changes. Place.
Wednesday and Friday
We've put on a new look.
We're
proud
of
our
first
6-9 p.m. in the Cafe
Over four million dollars
year,
and
to
celebrate
Rouge.
of remodeling, the finest
personnel, health facili- you're invited to a week-
ties that are unsurpassed, end of special events at
a gourmet restaurant and Hamilton Place. Tennis,
lounge, are just a few of volleyball, hot air bal-
the things that have loons, games, food, prizes
made Hamilton Place the and more . . . it's great
best affordable private to belong to
Hamilton Place.
club around.
For more information on
Relax on our unique san- the Hamilton Place gala
dy beach, take a dip in the weekend events call 646-
spacious pool, play a set 8990.

W e're having a Birthday

Chef Bob Gibson

Veal Tosca
• 4 Medallions of veal
• Flour
• 2-3 Eggs
• Butter, enough to cover
saute pan
• 4 oz. Parmesan cheese,
grated

Tosca batter:
Beat the eggs, Parmesan
cheese, parsley, garlic
salt, salt and white pep-
per together. The thick-
ness of the batter should
be a little thicker than
batter you'd use for
French Toast. Taste and
add additional seasoning
as needed. Add flour for
extra thickening of bat-
ter.

Chef Bob Gibson worked
at several fine restau-
rants before coming to
Hamilton Place with the
opening of Cafe Rouge.
The gourmet chef adds a
distinctive touch of class
to each meal he prepares
for Hamilton Place mem-
bers and their guests. Bob
highly recommends his
Cafe Rouge veal recipe.

• Chopped parsley,
enough for color
• 1 teaspoon Garlic salt
• 1 teaspoon White
pepper
• 1 teaspoon Salt

Step 1: Dredge the veal in
Flour. Step 2: Dredge the
veal into tosca batter.
Step 3: Place veal into a
hot saute pan • with
clarified butter. Step 4:
Brown one side of the
veal. Step 5: Turn over
the veal and brown other
side. Step 6: Place on ser-
ving platter with a side
dish of your choice, gar-
nish with parsley and en-
joy.

BIG MAN LOSES
62 POUNDS AT
HAMILTON PLACE

Party and Members and
Guests are Gl Invited

3 Big Weekends
Starting May 24th.

MAKE PLANS NOW TO
ATTEND THIS GALA
WEEKEND PARTY

.

• GAMES
• CELEBRITIES
• PRIZES
• MUSIC
• TENNIS
TOURNAMENTS

May 24th (Saturday)
• Meet the new tennis pro -
10:00-4:00 p.m.
• Preyiew our new summer
tennis program
• Clinics offered for all ages
• Rally with the pro

May 25th
(Sunday)
Mixed Doubles Tournament
- 11:00 a.m.
Volleyball Tournament -
1.00

May 26th (Monday)
Celebrity to cut ribbon -
2:00 p.m.
Member fun activities
• 3 legged race - 2 30 p ni
• Egg toss 3 00 p.m.
• Water balloon toss • 3.30
p. m.
• Greased watermelon roll
4.00 p.m
Disc Jockey playing your
favorite music all afternoon

Champagne
Barbecue 4.00-8100 p rn
Adults S5.95/Children
12 and under 53.50
• Hamburgers
• Hot Dogs
• Chicken •Salad Bar
• Potato Chips •Pretzels
• Ice Cream
• Birthday Cake
• Cash Bar

Before

After

You hear a lot about fad
diets, protein pills, hyp-
nosis and the like. But if
you ask Lloyd Rappoport
of Southfield, who just
lost 62 pounds at Ham-
ilton Place, he'll tell you it
just took some willpower
and a little work.

have someone rooting for
you."
Hamilton Place, the af-
fordable private club in
Southfield, has the latest
in exercise equipment and
facilities to get you in the
best shape ever. Accor-
ding to Hamilton Place
Fitness Director, Tony
Stachurski, "We treat
everyone as an individual.
Our advanced fitness
testing lab, combined
with the most sophis-
ticated exercise and diet
programs, can give any-
one the best opportunity
to lose weight and get in
shape." For more infor-
mation on fitness and
weight loss programs, call
Tony Stachurski at Ham-
ilton Place, 646-8990.

"I decided to go on a diet
after a rather food-filled
fourth of July weekend,"
said Rappoport. He put
his mind to it, and started
a weight loss program at
Hamilton Place.

"Hamilton Place gave me
a program of exercise and
diet that worked," Lloyd
went on to say. "I enjoyed
the friendly attitude of
the people at Hamilton
Place. It really helps to

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