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September 18, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-18

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THE DETROIT EWER NEWS

42 Friday, September 18, 1111

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DELICATESSEN — RESTAURANT

29556 ORCHARD LAKE RD. lost North of 13 Mile • 851-5444

MON -THURS 8-9. FRI & SAT 8-10. SUN 8-3
ALL DINNER INCLUDE. SOUP. SALAD OR VEG . POT. RICE PUDDING

COMPLETE DINNERS
From $4. 19

INCLUDE: SOUP, SALAD, CHOICE OF

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POTATO, VEGETABLE AND DESSERT

VOTED NO. 1
SQUARE PIZZA

Detroit Free Press
By
Detroit Neitis
AM Motor News

Carry-oat

OWN,

Buddy's Pizza

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Is. 1

17175 COMMIT. Cif . MilWit

892.9001

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Cart - 811 Odll Unit 1
1111 Old 13 Milt Rd.
111561 12 Nile. Warm 1 bit I. 1..k... I ■ i n ..•

777-3400

574-9200

SUMMER

A time for fun —
A time for a light
early dinner

CUP OF SOUP

Mushroom. DuJour, Onion, Gazpacho

SALAD BAR
FOUR LIGHT ENTREES

Fresh Fish, Quiche, Omelette. Daily Special

(Served with appropriate garnish)
Each day, we change them to give you a variety

BEVERAGE

Order Must Be
Placed Prior To 6:30 p.m.

$9.95

Daily
Mon -Sat

19100 W. 10 Mile Rd., cor. Southfield Rd. 559-4230

Salads • Quiche • Croissant Sandwiches
Soups • Breads • Pastries
Desserts . Haagen Dazs • Frostyogurt
Picnics • Special Orders . And Morel

Everything Made Fresh Daily!

273 Pierce, Birmingham
(next to the Birmingham Bookstore)
645-9122

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will open for breakfast at
9:30 a.m. ... It is now open
for lunch and dinner 11:30
to 10 Monday through
Thursday and til 12 mid-
night Friday and Saturday.
Whatever the misconcep-
tion about limited dining at
Ala Cart is quickly dispel-
led by its menu . . . Our
dinner there recently of
Veal Sicilian (breaded
milk-fed baby veal sauteed
in butter and wine sauce)
was among three veal dis-
hes in the 14 entrees that
also include five seafood
choices . . . Dinner was
served with a huge salad of
crisp lettuce and chunky
Blue Cheese dressing . .
and generous portion of
Fetucinni Alfredo.
Ala Cart now also looks
more like the French cafe it
was originally intended to
be . . . with low lighting,
candlelight and such very
important touches like the
fresh cut flowers on every
table.
Among the first biggies at
Ala Cart was a wedding last
Sunday . . . both ceremony
and reception . . . with
Rabbi Sherwin Wine tying
the knot for very handsome
couple Cindy Schiff and
barrister Dale Gudenau.
If their life is as happy as
Curtis and Donna are being
the new owners of Ala Cart,
they have a very wonderful
future ahead.
WE
WHEN
ATTENDED the cocktail
party to review "Do Patent
Leather Shoes Really Re-
flect Up?" it was seemingly
for a show that would be
here only "a couple of
months" as Producer Dan
Golman then thought .
However, the musical com-
edy has turned out to be the
longest continuously run-
ning Broadway-bound show
ever to appear in Michigan,
and surpasses the record set
by "Annie" at the Fisher
Theater.
Exploring the joys and
sorrows of growing up, it
debuted March 28, and has
to date played before about
200,000 people.
BOSS GENTS at Pickle
Barrel Deli on 12 Mile and
Evergreen, Jack Baiter and
Al Winkler, have oodles,of
thanks to all those people
who helped them raise al-
most $1,000 recently for the
Muscular Dystrophy Foun-
dation.
"SEVEN ELEVEN"
and "Prazalito" heard
among the tunes being
aired on local stations from
Larry Nozero's current al-
bum, "Island_Fever," were
written along with his
pianist cohort John
Katalenic . . . The Larry
Nozero jazz quartet is at Ex-
calibur on Northwestern
and Franklin at 12 Mile,
Tuesday through Saturday.
IRVING "ITSY"
COOPER, former De-
troiter, has a place called
Bagel Deli on Gulf-To-Bay
Drive in Clearwater, Fla.
ALEXANDER ZON-
JIC; his swinging jazz flute
and group, have moved over
to Mountain Jacks on

Rochester Court in Troy
Monday through Saturday.
THIS IS THE seventh
anniversary for Irving's
Delicatessen . . . moving to
Greenfield north of 11 Mile
Rd. after 10 years in Ham-
tramck.
PAUL LOCRICHIO,
one of the finest talents in
this area, is at TOpinka's
Country House on Seven
Mile Rd. and Telegraph . .
backed by a three-piece
combo . . . Tuesdays
through Saturdays.
CONGRATS . . to
John and Fran Kales . . of
Lemon Peel, Woodward in
Birmingham . . . on wed-
ding anniversary number
24.
Look for the Lemon Peel
to soon add pizza to its fine
omelettes, hamburgers and
Greek dishes.

Comedy, Magic
at Stafford's

Comedy Capers, at Staf-
ford's, Orchard Mall, will
present Marla Lukofsky,
from New York's Improv
and the Los Angeles Com-
edy Store, 8:45 and 10:45
today and Saturday.
In addition to Marla, The
Amazing Jonathan, from
San Francisco will be fea-
tured with Al Aprill, the in-
tellectual commedian.
Stafford's Kids Cabaret
presents The Amazing
Michael, magic with birds, 1
p.m. Saturday.
Luncheon is served, and a
free birthday cake is avail-
able to parties.
For reservations for any
of the shows, call Stafford's,
851-8952.

Israel Faces
Another Strike

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Post
office engineers Monday si-
lenced all radio and televi-
sion programs apart from
brief news bulletins, and
educational television pro-
grams.
The engineers decided to
go on three days of what
they termed "organized va-
cations" to protest the re-
fusal of the ministry to pay
them promised bonuses for
extra work.
They claim that for the
past three years they have
stepped up the rate of new
telephone installations and
repair work.
No phone or telex repairs
were carried out during the
unofficial strike. The
engineers said they would
give formal notice of an ex-
tended strike to begin in two
weeks time.

Circus in Town

Tickets for the 110th edi-
tion of Ringling Bros. and
Barnum & Bailey Circus
are now on sale at Hudson's,
CTC outlets and the Joe
Louis Arena box office. Tic-
kets may also be ordered by
phone by calling 961-9800.
The Greatest Show On
Earth, produced by Irvin
Feld and Kenneth Feld, will
open at Joe Louis Arena on
Oct. 6 for 12 performances
through Oct. 11.

In 1966, Soviet • leader permit the emigration of
Alexei Kosygin announced Jews for family reunion
that his government will purposes.

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS

WE ARE NOW OPEN
7 DAYS A WEEK

—Also —
"STRINGS" — STROLLING VIOLINS ON SAT. EVE

Mon -Eri 11.30 a.m to 1 a.m. DETRoiT
Sal. 5 p m. to 1 a.m.
Sun 2 pm. to 1 a.m.

Italian-American Dining At It's Finest

Valet
Parking

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

833-9425

—TRAY CATERING PRICES

stAllED SAVE $ 500

with this ad on alt trays

• PARTIES • BUSINESS MEETINGS
• SHIVA TRAYS

FREE DELIVERY

MEAT

DAIRY

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$

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$525 Per

ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED TOP QUALITY FOOD a Maim

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NEW BUDGET
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OF OAK PARK

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968-1150

SPECIALS ANTIMY — 24 HOURS

BROILED WHITE FISH'. ... $425

$425
SHISH KEBOB
$295
LIVER & ONIONS
4 OZ. BROILED BREAST OF
$255
CHICKEN . . . w/Salad & Veg
BREAKFAST SPECIALS 7 DAYS 11; -

SEPT.
SPECIALS
24 HOURS—ANYDAY

• LEBANESE SALAD
• ANY
3-EGG OMELET
With Toast
• VEAL PARMESAN

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