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June 18, 1982 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ALEXANDER'S
13400 W. 9 MILE & COOLIDGE

OPEN 7 DAYS

ponoed

542-4414

Mon. Thru Sat. 7 a.m. to 11 P.m.
Sun. 9 a.m. to 99.m.

DAILY LUNCH &
DINNER SPECIALS

111a.D
7 m Ale ntEA Kf g SsuPntIfILS
EC 2p.m.
Mon-Thurs Sat &

.,

.

FROM 99c to $2.95

11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

2 EGGS,
TOAST &
COFFEE

FROM $2.95

85' EXTRA INCLUDES:
SOUP, VEG., COFFEE OR TEA OR 1 SOFT
DRINK OR 1 HOT CHOCOLATE AND DESSERT

. WAFFLE
AND
COFFEE

$1.05

$1.45

SUSSEX HOUSE
177

.„9 19 701 W. 12 MILE
3
AT EVERGREEN. 009-
PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES

. Bar Mitzvas
• Showers
• Confirmations

• Bat Mitzvas
• Reunions '
• Sweet Sixteens

• Weddings
• Anniversaries
• Graduations

Ask About Our Sunday Arrangements

SAM JARRUS,

Gen'l Mgr.

AMY JACKSON

In our cocktail lounge
FRI. & SAT.

LUNCH & DINNER SERVED

6 DAYS A WEEK

FRIDAY - ALL DAY
FISH & CHIPS

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

OPEN 7 DAYS

DAILY SPECIALS

MON.-THURS. 11 to 11 p.m.
FRI. 11 to 2 a.m. SAT. 4 to 2 a.m.
SUN. 12 noon to 11 p.m.

COCKTAILS

CIRO'S

1535 CASS LAKE RD.

Mile N. of Orchard Lake Rd.

V4

681-3440

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ANNOUNCING

NEW MENU!
NEW LOW PRICES!

OPEN FOR
YOUR DINING
PLEASURE — LUNCH
DINNER & AFTER THEATER

755 W. Big Beaver
Troy

RED
CEDARS

Chef's Specials

k%,

--
NEW YORK STEAK

Served Mon. thru Sat. Nights ` E)

ON A SIZZLING PLATTER

or

RED SNAPPER

95

DINNER INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD,
VEGETABLE OR POTATO
40 OTHER DINNER ENTREES ALSO AVAILABLE
PLUS SANDWICH MENU
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING MON.-SAT.
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR ALL PARTIES
Up To 120

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

353-511

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 34)
26 . . . Following them,
June 29, will be the Loving
Cup with songstress Mar-
lene Hill.
TURK PRUJANSKY,
song writer, emcee, former
Detroit nite life mayor, nit-
ery owner, host, etc., in
town visiting . . . will soon
return to Los Angeles . .
and go into LA's Hollywood
Presbyterian Hospital for a
bypass to improve circula-
tion in both legs.
SECOND ANNUAL
Gay Nineties Father's Day
Brunch by Michigan Inn
. . to benefit Big
Brothers/Big Sisters, is this
Sunday . . . with local
sports and media per-
sonalities on hand . . . The
brunch will also feature an
old-fashioned candy shop
(with root beer floats and ice
cream sundaes), Detroit
award-winning "Saturday
Nite Feature" barbershop
quartet who will stroll and
serenade young and old,
plus helium-filled balloons
for the kids.
Each family will also re-
ceive an old-time family
portrait of themselves . . .
The Gay Nineties Father's
Day brunch will be 11:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
OVER 32,000 were at
Tiger Stadium . . . tornado
watch was on . . . rain kept
coming and going . . .
However, nothing could
stop the 11th season begin-
ning of Chuck Muer's
P'JAZZ on the Terrace at
Hotel Pontchartrain .. .
and a fine opening crowd for
the big favorite.
Opening nite guests were
invited to an afterglow at
Top of the Pontch . . . as
piano and voice of Bobby
Laurel and quartet played
his usual fine silky music
for listening and dancing
"Embraceable You,"
Latin and jump tunes, etc.
Bobby says he'll leave the
bandstand in October after
20 years to become a full-
time film producer . . .
"The Rosary Murders," says
Bobby, will be filmed in De-
troit, first week in October.
Two newcomers to the
P'JAZZ series will per-
form this coming week
. . . The four-member
group Kilimanjaro ap-
pears Monday eve. . . .
Stephane Grappeli takes
over the P'JAZZ stage on
Wednesday.
Kilimanjaro's accom-
plishments include a debut
album which ranked in the
top 10 for nearly four
months on jazz charts and
they performed at the 1981
Montreux Jazz Festival in
Switzerland.
Stephane Grappeli is
known as the "Grand Old
Man of European Jazz" . . .
entertaining crowds for
more than 60 years . . . His
mastery of the jazz violin
and piano has touched audi-
ences of all ages . . . The 74
year-old Grappeli is cur-
rently touring the U.S. and
appears with his youthful
three-member band.
SLEEPER ITALIAN
restaurant on W. 10 Mile

just past Middlebelt is Cor-
tina's, owned by Rina and
Adrian Tonon . . . They
opened the spot six years
ago with seating for 96 and
two years ago added an-
other 20 . . . Delightful,
smiling luncheon waitress
Kim Mayer brought delici-
ous antipasto, rolled
eggplant parmigiana, lin-
guini with white clam sauce
and strawberry-melon
crepe with Grand Marnier
and amaretto sauce.
Rina is the sister of Ann
Conti of Rina's, Schaeffer
and Fenkell.
EIGHT YEARS AGO,
Al Winkler, Pickle Barrel
owner with Jack Balter,
started out in the catering
business . . . He was with
Nosherie in Lincoln Center
at the time . . . Al did the
affair himself . . . The
party-givers pitched a tent
. . . and he served 60 people
bagels, cream cheese and
salami and eggs made to or-
der.
It was so unique, those
who attended still re-
member . . . and he has re-
ceived many parties as a re-
sult . . . Last year, Al took
two helpers . . . and did an
outside party of all spinach
and cheese omelettes . . .
for 170 guests.

Friday, June 18, 1982

American Jewish patriot non-importation agreemer
Samuel Judah signed the against England in 1770.

ificK ERWORKs

Now You Can Take a Bit of
Wicker Works
With You Wherever You Go!

• A Pine Knob or Meadowbrook concert
• An outdoor lunch break • The Beach
' A picnic • In the car • A softball game
• After work for a no-work supper

To a friend whO didn't have time to cook

Our tasty box luncheons offer you a choice of
freshly cooked roast beef or chicken, salami,
corned beef, ham - all in pita pocket sandwiches.
Add German potato salad and vegetable vinaigrette
and you're ready for an outing! Call Wicker Works,
ext. 7017, for details.

He is a very creative and
respected gent . . . Those
who have had him for sit-
down dinners, which Al
loves doing, say his culinary
talents are among the best.
(Continued on Page 36)

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That's why the Detroit News called us
"the 'Grandest Cheesecake' of the Detroit
Grand Prix." It took more than 100 lbs.
of cheesecake to make the special 4 ,/2 ft.
Formula I Grand Prix racing car replica
which was the focal point at the buffet at
Mayor Young's V.I.P. party on Grand
Prix Sunday. The body sections featured
several specialties such as: Kahlua,
Amaretto, Piña Colada, Chocolate chip,
lemon, praline and peanut butter

cheesecake. Wheels were spoked with
imported chocolate and wind resistance was
cut with a brownie spoiler, A sweet
finish for a fantastic day in Detroit. At the
Cheesecake Factory we feature a full line
of gourmet baked goods and cakes for
all special occasions. Call us for details
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at 14 Mile Road • Loehmann's/ Hunter's
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