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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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34

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 13, 1981

Radio Station at Crime Show

The faithless shall be
trapped in their own crafty
device.

The Radio Amateur Civil
Emergency Service and the
Amateur Radio Emergency
Service will have an
amateur radio station in op-
eration during the South-
field Police Department's
crime prevention show- next
weekend.

I'D WALK A
MILE FOR A

SNEAKY
TREAT

(The Best of Everything

The show will be held at
the Southfield Civic Center
5-9 p.m. March 20 and 11
a.m. to 9 p.m. March 21. The
public is invited.

(Continued from Page 33)
most pleasant.
JACK BALTER hearing
about Pickle Barrel partner
Al Winkler's 33rd birthday
coming up, said, "Let's
celebrate at the restaurant"
. . and so is the week-long
congrats to Al on 12 Mile
and Evergreen . . . with
the Pickle Barrel giving
prizes to kiddies, free des-
serts with dinner, free hors
d'oeuvres to people in line 5
to 9, and free rye bread with
pound or more corned beef
or pastrami.
It's a new Pickle Barrel
with Jack and Al . . .
cleaner and better service to
go along with its good food
. . . The beautiful mural
just finished on its large
wall is a huge replica of the
menu streetscene . . . plus
the other side of the street
not shown on the menu.
The wall separating corn-

The eyes of a fool are in
the ends of the earth.
—Proverbs

OUR ANTIPASTO SALAD IS SECOND TO NONE!

CHILDREN'S NIGHTCLUB

FRI. & SAT.

PUPPET SHOW

Dinner At 6 P.M.

(Children's Dinners all $2.65)

11005 Middlebelt at Plymouth
Wonderland Shopping Center Livonia

Show At 7 P.M.

All Adults Must Be Accompanied
By Children 12 and Under

522.5880

DINNERS FROM $4 15

L2CLUDE: HOME-MADE BREADSTICKS, ANTIPASTO SALAD & SPUMONI

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The Summit Restaurant and Lounge. DetrOit's most
popuktr landmark—revolving high atop the world's
tallest hotel, the Detroit Plaza. In Renaissance
Center. :1 landmark of maimr proportions.
hl your Detroit.
Assure your reservations by calling 568-8600. Today.

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Detroit Plaza Hotel

Renaissance Center

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ing in and out will be torn Oakland, Calif. . . . The
down to make the restau- Edible Complex.
rant larger . . . plus other
Don't ask Bluma or Lou
plans in the offing by Jack how he got into the restau-
and Al.
rant or bagel business . .
STATE OF MARY- they also want to know . . .
LAND extended an invita- since Martin is a mass
tion to all Michigan oyster communications graduate
shuckers to vie for the title, of Michigan State.
`la
"Michigan Champion Oys-
THERE'S A LARCO'S
ter Shucker" . . . Winner of SOUTH now . . . opened
the Professional Division about a month and seating
receives a free trip to the na- about 100 . . with a ban er
tional finals in quet room for well over 20
Leonardtown, Md., Oct. . . . Pete and son Mike
17-18.
operied • it in the Sheraton
The local contests were Motor Inn on West Road in
held as two preliminaries Westhaven (near Trenton)
and one final in both downriver:
amateur and professional
THE GREAT Sippie
and one final in both Wallace, called the "last liv-
amateur and professional ing true blues shouter" will
divisions at three Chuck be performing at Tweeny's
Muer restaurants . .
Cafe on N. Woodward north
Gandy Dancer, Ann Arbor; of Maple in Birmingham
River Crab, St. Clair; Char- . . . tonight and March 20
ley's Raw Bar in Hotel and 27 . . . with two dinner
Pontchartrain downtown.
shows each evening and the
MARLENE HILL and 82-year-old blues legend ac-
The Loving Cup are still companied by University of
wowing them at 'Vargo's of Michigan music professor
Livonia on W. Six Mile just Jim Dapogny at the piano.
east of Middlebelt . . . With
LELLI'S on Woodward,
Marlene are pianist Danny the excellent Northern Ita-
Jordon, Steve Allen on bass lian restaurant, will be open
and Max Kolomitz, drums. Sundays . . . beginning
RECENT THIRD an- March 29.
niversary of Excalibur on
MARTY MALATIN
Northwestern and Franklin couldn't figure out why
at 12 Mile was on Feb. 22. John Psaila, partner at the
Anniversary party was PX Bar-B-Q on Southfield,
from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. . . • was keeping him so long in
with food galore made by the hardware store looking
day and head chef Martin for "a certain kind of screw."
Wilks, Jeff Smitt, night and . . . Especially since they
day chef . . . Reese SimomN had a "bowling banquet" for
cooking evenings with Jeff --75 people scheduled that
. . . and David Berry, on Monday evening at their
days with Marty . . . Dave restaurant.
started at Excalibur as a
When Marty walked in
dishwasher, then salad boy and saw a young man's
and now is cooking under familiar face, he couldn't
Marty's influence.
understand what he was
All four worked on the doing at this "bowling ban-
party an entire week with qu et" . . . Then the big sur-
owner Pat Archer and man- prise broke . . . It was a
ager Nick Sorise . . . Every party for Marty . . . who
piece of pastry . . . and had recently been named
there sure were a lot of them Class A District and
. . . including 20'cakes . • Regional Wrestling Coach
was made at Excalibur by of the Year . . . Like John
Marty and Jeff . . . The a former professional foot-
four kitchen kings opened ball player, Marty now
up over 2,000 clams and coaches the very fine Lake
oysters, prepared 150 Orion High wrestling team.
pounds of shrimp, 100 The young gent he saw was
pounds of ribs, 2,000 escar- one of his wrestlers.
got, stuffed mushrooms ga-
20 YEARS AGO, the late
lore, coq au yin, marinated Hy Crystal, executive direc-
tenderloin, huge whole king for of Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai• Brith, introduced or-
crabs, etc.
It was an anniversary chestra leader Eric
festival of food and gala Rosenow to the late Lou
fun . . . The Billy Kallao Levitan, executive director
quartet with songstress of Israel Bonds . . . Shortly
Kathy Locke . . . and after, Eric was on the band
even owner Pat singing stand with his group for Is-
. . . plus Ricky Dee.
rael Bonds' tribute to Top'
Excalibur is ultra clean Borman at Cobo Hall.
Ever since then, Eric and
. . . Pat has a thing about
cleanliness . . . and top his Continentals have been
quality . . . His smiling, ef- the official "resident house
ficient waitresses like Kay band" for Israel Bonds .'.'.
Risk (was Kolder until a few playing at over 300 affairs
weeks ago) are among the . . . Hell be honored May 3
finest . . . There's always at Adat Shalom at the Eins-
fresh flowers . . . and the tein Lodge and Chapter an-
only employees notsmiling nual Israel Bond Dinner
are the ones Pat has given . . . as recipient of the
notice to because they don't one-a-year New. Life Award
of the state of Israel . . .
know how.
MARTIN ASTIN, son of given to people who have
localite Bluma and Lou As- survived the Holocaust
tin, owns Brother's Bagels years, made new lives for
in Berkeley, Calif., manu- themselves and are now
facturing only all-organic helping to make new lives
bagels . . . He also owns a for Israel through their in-
(Continued on Page 35)
natural foods restaurant in

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