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July 01, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-01

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Friday, July 1, 1983 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Village

NEW

LIVE
INSIDE
GYPSY
AND
OUT
A
MUSIC

HUNGARIAN FOOD • COCKTAILS
1001 SPRINGWELLS JUST OFF 1-75

The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 32)
DAVID GANUS IS BACK
Tian eatery . . . The former
FORMERLY HUNGARIAN VILLAGE
Ala Cart Cafe was com-
pletely gutted . . . and is
now a clean, wide-open ex-
panse of tables . . . for lunch
and dinner . . . with Ameri-
can menu.
AND
SICILIA
GEORGE Grego, owners of
Como's on Woodward and
Nine Mile Rd., put on what
looked more like a lavish
wedding or Bar Mitzva .. .
recently at Barrister House
in St. Clair Shores . . . Pre-
353-8144
27777 FRANKLIN RD.
tty daughter Madonna had
AMERICAN MOTORS BLDG. — ONE BLOCK WEST OF
graduated from Sterling
TELEGRAPH RD. AND NORTH OF 11 MILE RD.
Heights High and it was a
big night for her . . . plus
175 guests.
Joe Vitale and quartet
strolled during dinner .. .
Then his six-piece orchestra
450 children
played for dancing . . . shar-
LUNCH
under 12
ing time with disc jockey
Mon.-Sat. 11:30-3 p.m.
and torrid disco lights and
PRIVATE
DINNER
music.
BANQUET FACILITIES/
Sid Frumkin was on his
Reg.) Tues.-Sat. 5:30-9:30
best behavior with wife
r
Marilyn in Florida ..
daughter Beth and son and
daughter-in-law Paul and

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11 a.m. til 3 p.m.

$795 ades

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Ihe
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VISIT McFROCK'S SUNDAYS
ANTIPASTO

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KIDS RECEIVE VIDEO GAME PLAY

LUNCH & DINNER FOR 2

(back by popular request)

• Veal Piccanti
• Veal Francesco
• Veal Scaloppini
• Veal Parmesan
Fresh Fish Of The Day

LUNCH $11

per Couple

DINNER $21

per Couple

Includes Complimentary Glass of Wine

Early Birds 10% Off Before 7 p.m.
Senior Citizens 10% Off At All Times

Not applicable to Lunch & Dinners For Two

RIVIERA RESTAURANT

99.

541-3385

13400 W. 8 MILE lust East of Coolidge

4 BREAKFAST
SPECIALS
6 a.m.-11 a.m.

5 BREAKFAST
SPECIALS
6 a.m.-11 a.m.

3 LUNCH
SPECIALS
TILL 3 P.M.

$11

,

to

$ 4 65

90

$

10 DINNER SPECIALS
7 DAYS A WEEK
$
INCLUDE: ENTREE, SOUP,
POT. VEG. & BREAD 2 95

O

From

to $3 75

95c EXTRA ALSO INCLUDES:
SALAD BAR, DESSERT, COFFEE, TEA OR TOMATO JUICE








(Desserts: Jell°, Rice Pudding, Ice Cream or Pie)
• VEAL PARMESAN
BROILED HADDOCK
• SHISH KEBAB
BAKED CHICKEN
• VEAL CUTLETS
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
• SPINACH PIE
LIVER & ONIONS
• BAKED LAMB & RICE
DELMONICO STEAK
'
MEAT LOAF
ri E oRR2c.,az.ENs ,
I 1 0% OFF

--_

Nancy made sure of that .. .
Dr. Carl Pelino took pic-
tures with lighted cigarette
hanging out of one ear .. .
Morrie and Mitzi Zucker
danced galore, with Morrie
looking like he just walked
through a car wash.
Balloons aplenty, flow-
ers all over . . . elegant
sweet table . . . delicious
prime rib . . . an all-out
Sicilia and George Grego
affair . . . Harry Wein-
berger as usual always
with that unlit cigar in his
mouth . . . Have to ask
wife Josephine if he
sleeps with it too . . .
Madonna's beautiful
dress designed and made
by Don Brown.
Cavataio
Dominic
perspiring in a vest, but the
fine young gentleman
friend of Madonna looked
his sartorial best. Carol Sil-
verman told of her fine
Doberman show dogs .. .
She sells supplies to vets . .
Our first visit to Barrister
House was an enjoyable
one.

Moslem Chief Issues Call
for Death of Syrian Leader

JERUSALEM — The top permitted the killing of
Moslem leader in Moslems and was therefore
Jerusalem has issued a reli- no longer considered a Mos-
gious dispensation for any lem himself. -
The sheik cited the
Moslem who assassinates
Syrian President Hafez As- Damascus government's
killing of thousands of Mos-
sad.
Sheik Saad Din Alami's lems in the Syrian city of
ruling comes after Syria's Hama and the massacre of
expulsion of Yasir Arafat, Palestinians in the Tel
leader of the Palestine Lib- Zaatar refugee camp during
eration Organization. The the civil war in Lebanon.
80-year-old sheik made his
appeal for the death of
Assad on the ground that
the Syrian president had

Changes Seen in
Jewish Service

KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.
(JTA) — Ted Kanner,
executive vice president of
the Jewish Federation
Council of Los Angeles, as-
serted here that the field of
Jewish communal service
was undergoing changes
which he said were being
perceived as a threat to "the
professionalization of staff"
in communal agencies.
Kanner spoke at the 85th
annual meeting of the Con-
ference of Jewish Corn-
munal Service and chal-
lenged the 1,000 Jewish
professionals at the confer-
ence to meet the needs of an
evolving Jewish commu-
nity. He said the changes in
the Jewish communal serv-
ice field reflected "the evolv-
ing Jewish community we
serve."
However, he added, some
Jewish professionals "per-
ceive a threat to the profes-
sionalization of staff, a di-
minution of services and in-
creasing departures from
the field as a result of this
evolution."

UJA Executive

NEW YORK — Milton A.
Shorr has been named
assistant executive vice
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal for Regional
Operations.

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FRIED CHICKEN
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Includes: Choice of Potato, Cole Slaw
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OTHER 24-HOUR SPECIALS

BAKED Y2 CHICKEN
BAR-B-Q 1 /2 CHICKEN

$2.99
$2.99

Includes: Choice of pot., pole slaw
and homemade bread

BREAKFAST SERVED 24 HOURS
FROM $1.09

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SERVED

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OPEN TUES.-SUN.
6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

ALL OCCASION

dr,

BREAKFAST SPECIAL JULY 1 THRU JULY 7

Sun. 6 a.m.-10 a.m.

Tues.-Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m.

FRENCH
TOAST
$
MADE WITH HALLA

LUNCHEON. SPECIAL

48

No
Carry-Out

JULY 1 THRU JULY 7

NO SUNDAYS

11 a.m.-2 p.m.

ALL WHITE MEAT

TUNA SALAD

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FOURTH OF JULY

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