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July 24, 1981 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-24

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I 32 - Friday, July 24, 1981

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kosher Facilities Sought for Blind

SPRING GLEN, N.Y.
(JTA) — Delegates to the
45th annual convention of
the Young Israel movement
here heard a plea by a blind

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be institutionalized.
The speech had been pre-
pared for delivery to the
convention of Orthodox
synagogues by David Stern
of the Young Israel of Ave-
nue K in Brooklyn. How-
ever, he died two weeks be-
fore the convention and his
son-in-law, Rabbi Reuven
Grodner of the Young Israel
of Scarsdale, delivered the
speech in Mr. Stern's mem-
ory.

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The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 31)
29th July, 1981 at 11:00
a.m." . . . Top and foot
notes read, "Just in case
your schedule won't permit
you to fly to London for the
Royal Wedding, here's a
chance to celebrate a bit
closer to home."
It's for the Michigan Inn's
Royal Wedding Brunch this
Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. in the Coffee Garden
Restaurant . . . complete
with wedding cake, beef and
kidney pie, tea and crum-
pets, strawberries and
cream . . . plus all the reg-
ular goodies that make this
one of the area's top
brunches.
GOOD WAITRESS
DEPT.. . . Beth Cadarette
. . . at Excalibur, Franklin
and Northwestern . . .
smiling, efficient, persona-
ble and most congenial.
THERE'S A NEW kind
of hamburger sandwich on
the horizon . . . It's called a
Pita Burger . . at The
Caboose in Tally Hall on
Orchard Lake Rd. and 14
Mile . . . The big juicy
hamburger is stuffed in the
pita bread pocket . . . with
mozzarella cheese added.
COMEDY CASTLE has
finally moved . . . Its new
home is the 270 or so
capacity downstairs at
Maximilian's on Woodward
just south of 14 Mile . . .
Show times are 9 on Thurs-
day, and 9 and 11 on Friday
and Saturday . . . Wednes-
day is "open mike night" for
established and new comics
. . . Dan Trent and Mark
Ridley are the young im-
presarios bringing in comics
from the local area plus Los
Angeles, New York, To-
ronto, Chicago, etc.
COMIC PAT PAUL-
SON comes to Axles on W.
Eight Mile, west of Ever-
green for the grand opening
of its new comedy format
. . . tonight and Saturday
nights . . . Dinner for Paul-
son will be at 7 p.m. . . .
prepared by Ruthe Light.
GOOD WAITRESS
DEPT. . . . Robin Rifen-
bach and Lynette Terech
. . . at Topinka's Country
House . . . customer pleas-
ing, most efficient and
courteous.
"JAZZ UNDER THE
STARS" ... open to the
public as well as member-
ship . . . is the 400 people
plus Monday night summer
series through August on
the patio and terrace of
Hamilton Place on South-
field . . . Following last
Monday's Jazz concert with
the Alexander Zonjic Quar-
ter, in comes the Tom Pow-
ers Band for Aug. 17 . . .
There's more info by calling
646-8990 . . Ask for
Hamilton Place Social Di-
rector Janice Haron or Sales
Manager Karn Stock.
RUMOR HAS IT . . .
that db's in Hyatt Regency
will go disco in September
. . . plus be an electronic
games emporium.
ANOTHER NEW SPOT
makes its bid among the
fast growing almost filled
Tally Hall, Orchard Lake
Rd. 14 Mile . . . The

Cheesecake Factory.
Eleven years ago, Oscar
and Evelyn Overton left De-
troit for Beverly Hills, Calif.
. . . While here, Oscar sold
cheesecake wholesale to
local eateries . . . In
California, he went out on
his own and now services
restaurants and hotels in
four states . . . from his
large plant.
Evelyn and Oscar came to
help their nephew Ron Rich,
and Ben Siegel, whose
Cheesecake Factory serves
59 different kinds of
cheesecakes . . . plus de-
licious Praline Cookies you
won't find at too many
places.
BIG
ANOTHER
CHANCE comes to Topin-
ka's Country House, Tele-
graph and Seven Mile . . .
There's good dance music
now . . . with songstress
Brenda Vanover backed by
Shenandoah . . . playing
popular, Latin, top 40s, soft
rock and standards . . .
Music from "Moon River to
"That'll Be the Day" to Elvis
Presley rock, etc.
GOOD WAITRESS
DEPT. . . . Smiling, dim-
pled Lynn Elkins . . . at
Cafe Rouge of Hamilton
Place on Southfield . . . in-
forming folks that the
baked white fish looked
very good . . . instead of
being like many others who
tell how good it is without
even tasting the dish . . .
This attribute puts Lynn in
a select class.
SHOWING THIS Tues-
day at Bloomfield Theater
in Birmingham, is "Image
Before My Eyes" . . . a pic-
ture that recreates Jewish
Poland through the combi-
nation of rare movies,
photographs, memorabilia,
music and interviews . . .
its culture and creativity
from the 19th Century
through 1939 . . . It is a
rich, powerful masterpiece
of incredible experience.
SHENANIGAN SAMS
is the name of former Var-
go's nitery . . . The huge
extensive and expensive
wine stock of Don Vargo is
being sold by the vino ex-
pert . . . who still runs
Shenanigan Sams.
THERE IS A difference
even in Cantonese cooking
. . . House of Hunan in
Racquetime Building on 12
Mile and Northwestern is
mainly noted for its Szec-
huan dining . . . but Joe
Chue also has his indi-
vidualistic way of preparing
Cantonese dishes.
A recent visit there was
enjoyable . . . pepper steak
made with beef tenderloin
not beef flanken . . . al-
mond boneless chicken with
a delicious sauce . . . De-
light of Three (king crab
meat, shrimp and scallops)
. . . and butterfly shrimp so
very different and good . . .
Even the almond cookies
are not the same.
Everything at House of
Hunan is made with veget-
able oil . . . no lard.
It has been open a year
. . . and recent remodeling
removed all booths from the
(Continued on Page 33)



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