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July 31, 1981 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Life is -so humbling, mor- idea of himself gets washed
tifying, disappointing to out of him by the time he is
vanity, that a great man's 40.

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Group Rates &
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Performances Available •
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COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS
STUFFED CABBAGE

BRAISED SHORT RIBS
TURKEY DINNER W/KASHA
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE
BROILED FILLET OF SOLE
BROILED LIVER & ONIONS
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS
BROILED WHITE FISH FILLET
BROILED DELMONICO STEAK

$399

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$59 9

ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: VEG., POT., SOUP OR SALAD
AND BEVERAGE
AFTER 5 p.m.

FRESH
FRUIT
DAILY

WE CARRY HAAGEN DAZ ICE CREAM
SENIOR CIT
BAGELS
TRAYS
DISCOUNT
4" MEAT
1 29 1 /2 doz.
3-5 Mon.-Fri.
159 DAIRY
/ 49 doz.

SUNDAYS AT SCHULER'S...

BRING YOUR
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MUNCH!

This Sunday take the whole -
family to a delicious
Win Schuler's brunch. It includes
all your favorites that make
Sunday a very special family day.
We're waiting for you...so call us
now for reservations.
Children under 10—$2.95,
adult's check includes children under 6.

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. . . for her grandparents,
Esther and Max Rubin and
Aunt Irene Gurwin.
DIMITRI'S Restaurant,
opening on Southfield and
10 Mile around September,
will be a full scale Greek
eatery much like Greek-
town in downtown Detroit
. . . It'll be owned by Jim
Dimitri . . . No affiliation
whatsoever with Dimitri's
Nikos on Woodward.
MAGIC OPENS this
Monday for two weeks at
Dewey 's in Michigan Inn, J.
L. Hudson Dr. . . . The
four-piece dance band with
female lead vocalist will
perform from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Monday through
Saturday.
"BEST FOOD IN town
for the price" is noted by Flo
and Al Rose, Shirley and
Jerry Schlussell, and Ann
and Bill Davis . . . about
Rialto Cafe on Woodward
just south of Nine Mile
Al is commander of Charles
Shapiro Post 510, Jewish
War Veterans, and Shir-
ley's president of the JWV
post's auxiliary.
MUSICAL FORTE of
Alexander Zonjic may be
the flute . . . but he also
plays guitar with much
finesse . . . Alexander and
his quartet are at Ar-
chibald's on Woodward,
Tuesday through Saturday.
TOMORROW NIGHT
will be last evening to see
Dave Barnes and The News
. . . performing at Steak
and Ale in Southfield . . .
One of the most talented
musicians in the Detroit
area, Dave is- noted as a
composer of both advertis-
ing jingles and number of
original songs . . . One of
his latest hits, "Ride My
Bike," is out as a record
single and getting strong
air play.
SUNDAY CONCERTS
are 12 to 4 p.m. at Somerset
Mall . . . Alex Kallao jazz
trio comes in this Sunday.
The big band dancing at
Somerset is every Wednes-
day, 6:30 to 9:30 . . . no
charge, but proper dress is
required and men must
have jackets.
ERRATA . . . Michigan
Inn's Benchmark chef is
James Meyer, not Ed Meyer
. . . If memory serves cor-
rect, Ed was one of the own-
ers of Rascal House where
Golden Mushroom now
stands.
ESQUIRE TWO is no
more . . . now under new
ownership as Cool-9 . . . in
the A & P Shopping Center,
Coolidge and Nine Mile.
KATHY LANDIS,
former pianist at the
Caucus Club, will be in con-
cert this Monday, 8 p.m., at
the Fairlane Conference
Center ( U of M Dearborn)
performing works of
Mozart, Rachmaninoff,
Brahms, Granados, De-
bussy, Ravel, Chopin and
Khachaturian.
Now at the Caucus Club
for another two weeks is
harpist-vocalist Deborah
Feld, from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30
a.m.
Kathy returns Aug. 18.

JOHNNY TRUDELL,
popular big band leader, has
moved his Friday p.m.
dances from the Hyatt Re-
gency to the Dearborn Town
House, on South Telegraph.
Trudell's 14-piece band
plays for late afternoon
dancers in the Dearborn
Town House's Perfect Touch
room from 5,to 8 p.m. . . .
and also appears with his
trumpet and big band on
Fridays and Saturdays from
9 p.m. til 2 a.m. . . . Two
drink minimum but no
cover.
TWO OF DETROIT'S
newest big bands come to
Chuck Muer's P'Jazz on the
poolside terrace at Hotel
Pontchartrain this coming
week . . . The Dick Shearer
Big Band plays on Monday
. . . and the Katalenic-
Kwek band with Larry Noz:
ero appears on Wednesday.
Shearer was first trom-
bonist and assistant direc-
tor of the Stan Kenton Band
for 13 years . . . His 19
bandsmen have been play-
ing together as a group for
the past six months.
One of the most pleasant
discoveries of the 1980
P'Jazz season was the
Katalenic-Kwek band, a
21-piece group . . . Their
smooth arrangements of
jazz favorites and multi-
colored original composi-
tions by John Katalenic
were especially well re-
ceived at one of the four spe-
cial P'Jazz concerts held
during the Republican Na-
tional Convention here.
WONDER WHY . .
coffee companies don't take
time to show waiters and
waitresses the proper way
to make their brands of cof-
fee?
THEME OF THIS Sun-
day's brunch at Michigan
Inn is Italian . . . with
pasta galore and a strolling
mandolin player to take
folks back to Old Italy.

Friday, July 31, 1981 33

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SUNDAY, MONDAY & TUESDAY

$795

Includes:

Cole Slaw, Cottage Fries
and Garlic Bread

Your Host:

MIKE WATZMAN

CHEF'S SPECIALS AT
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316 N. WOODWARD, 2 Blks. N. of 11 Mile
COMPLETE DINNERS

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7 DAYS A WEEK FROM 4 p.m.

10 OZ. BROILED WHITE FISH ...$4.95
10 OZ. DELMONICO STEAK
$5 95

SUNDAY ONLY ALL DAY

ROAST CHICKEN

$4 50

FRIDAYS ONLY ALL DAY
SALMON PATTIES $3.95 or FISH & CHIPS $4.25 _

ALL MEALS ABOVE INCLUDE:
SOUP OR TOMATO JUICE, SALAD, POTATO,
DESSERT & COFFEE OR HOT TEA

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• 2 EGGS
• 3 SLICES OF BACON $1 .59
• POTATOES
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