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December 02, 1983 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

De Luca

The Best of Everything

DINING & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Featuring The Finest Italian-American Foods

(Continued from Page 44)

1008 N. WOODWARD AT 111/2 MILE • Royal Oak • 543-2626

white brick wall in rear .. .
Lounge seats 60 including
piano bar.
"SHOT THROUGH The
Heart" at Birmingham
Theater through Dec. 18 is a
Western musical comedy
with surprise ending .. .
Much of it is lively, with ac-
tion . . . even bar scene and
fight plus fire . . . It's good
entertainment . . . though
too long (over three hours)
and some slow portions will
probably be removed.
Many people will see
"Shot Through The Heart"
produced by localites Alan
Lichtenstein and Ivan
Bloch . . . and it will receive
much acclaim.

OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

SUNDAY 4 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

'DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS I
• FAMOUS VEAL DISHES • STEAKS • PRIME RIB
• PASTA • PIZZA • BROILED & BAKED FISH
LENNY
AT THE PIANO BAR
RANDALL
NON. THRU SAT.

DOMINICO'S

FAMILY RESTAURANT
2859 COOLIDGE, 2 Blks. S. of 12 Mile 541-7670

CHARLES
ROWLAND

PIANO & VOCAL STYLIST
THURS.-SAT. 8:30-1 a.m.
SUN. 7-11:30 p.m.

• Baby Frog Legs • Baby Perch

• Dover Sole

• Red Snapper

• Turtle Soup

• Cottage Fries

PLUS DOMINICO'S FAMOUS ITALIAN-AMERICAN DISHES

• COCKTAILS

OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS

From 4 p.m.

Daily Hours:
Mon.-Thurs. 11 11
Fri.-Sat. til 12:30 a.m.
Sun. from 4 p.m.

-

PARTY PLANNING?

IV MEW AMU

From 30-500
Call Mary
352-8782

"Serving The Best
To the Best!"_

BOOK YOUR

HOLIDAY PARTIES
NOW!

PRIVATE PARTIES
AVAILABLE FOR
SAT. & SUN. AFTERNOONS

DIAMOND JIM BRADY'S'

PRUDENTIAL TOWN CENTER

EVERGREEN AND 10 1/2 MILE
Covered Parking
352-8780

EVERYDAY DINNER SPECIALS

(Served After 5 p.m.)

HOMEMADE STUFFED CABBAGE
BROILED LIVER & ONIONS
BREAST OF TURKEY
CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE

$399

BRAISED SHORT RIBS

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

FRIED KREPLACH & KISHKE

$499

BROILED FILET OF SOLE

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP OR SALAD,
VEGETABLE, POTATO AND BEVERAGE

WEEKEND SPECIAL
SMOKED WHITEFISH OR SABLE
PLATTER FOR (1) $499

WE BAKE (8) VARIETIES OF OUR
FAMOUS 4 oz. BAGELS!!

OPEN 7 DAYS
7 a.m.-8 p.m.

eta/

wissnim Arro

1

19471 W. 10 MILE

THAT WORK GOING

on outside of Michigan Inn
is for more parking space.

SOMETHING NEW

up-

stairs

at Golden Mushroom,
10 Mile and Southfield . . .
an after 10 p.m. menu .. .
offering a diversity of light
choices for late evening din-
ing . . . plus gourmet selec-
tions . . . and a la carte salad
bar . . . It's Monday through
Thursday, 10 to 12; Friday
and Saturday, 10 to 1 .. .
For folks who haven't eaten,
a full menu is also available
. . . same hours.
While Chef Milos Cihelka
weaves his kitchen magic
. . . Golden Mushroom now
also boasts its own full-time
pastry chef . . . Joe Decker
has won gold and bronze
medals in nationally-
sanctioned competition .. .
awarded by Michigan Chefs
de Cuisine . . . He was for-
merly at Jacques and
Tweeney's .._and is now a
Golden Mushroom exclu-
sive.
"HOT ICE" opens this
Monday at Fanny's in Troy
Hilton Inn, Stephenson
Hwy.
NEW SIGN has gone up
where former Giorgio's was
located . on Greenfield and
Lincoln . . . Now reads Pe-
ter's K Restaurant . . .
owned by George
Golematis' cousin from New
York, Peter Kotsogiannis.

NOSTALGIC ARE
THE days of years back

when I couldn't wait to
munch one of those luscious
Greene's hamburgers with
lots of onions, plus mustard
and catsup . . . The place is
still standing on Seven Mile
and Schaefer, although I

MCF Cookbook
Now Available

The favorite recipes of
200 Michigan families and
popular recipes from 25 of
the state's best restaurants
are included in a new cook-
book published by the
Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion (MCF) as a fund raiser.
The 225-page "Our Best
to You" is available from
the cancer foundation, 110
E. Warren, Detroit, 48201,
or at MCF regional centers
throughout southeastern
Michigan. There is a

charge.

Block East of Evergreen

352-7060

Free trade is not a princi-
ple, it is an expedient:

haven't gone there since.
That yearning came back
when I passed a Greene's on
Orchard Lake Rd. and 10
Mile . . . and decided to
bring some home . . . The
surprise wasn't only their
prices (70 cent cheeseburger
and 60 cent regular) but
tiny little greasy hambur-
gers . . . and unless you bit
into the center, all that's
gotten is a mouthful of bun
. . . I'm not checking to see if
other franchised Green's
make the same kind of tiny
greasy hamburgers these
days . . . I'd rather live with
my memory.

NEW
SPECIAL
YEAR'S Eve performance

is scheduled for "Catch Me
If You Can" starring WJR
Radio's Jimmy Launce at
Somerset Dinner Theater,
Somerset Mall, Troy . . . The
resourceful and amusing
mystery comedy runs only
through December.
At "Club Hyatt Regency
Dearborn," second floor,
Jimmy Launce Productions'
run of Judith Ross comedy,
"An Alinost Perfect Per-
son," ends Dec. 17 . . . Show
only, with dinner at Kafay's
or with dinner at Gulio's.

WELL, AL WINKLER

and Jack Balter at Pickle
Barrel Deli on 12 Mile and
Evergreen couldn't get a
liquor license . . . or even
something to just sell beer
and wine . . . so they've done
the next best thing .. .
Those bottles you see
around there are Chamay
Silver imported Sparkling
French cider . . . served in
wide-Mouthed champagne
glasses.
EDDIE JAYE'S talent
as a show warmer opening
act for celebrities is much in
demand . . . He and sidekick
puppet Carlton D. Crow put
the audience in a festive
mood with their laugh get-
ters.
But Eddie isn't only an
entertainer . . . He's quite
the cook . . . a hobby of his
for about 20 years . . . Hopes
are for a "Carlton's
Kitchen" TV cooking show
. . . with Jay doing recipes,
Carlton the comedy, and
celebrity guests . . . Eddie
and wife Lissa live in Hun-
tington Woods.

Friday, December 2, 1983 45

Aguda Israel Opposes ew
Jerusalem Stadium Site '9,

JERUSALEM (JTA) — events.
They note that the
The Aguda Israel has
pledged a fight to the finish Aguda's objections are
to block Mayor Teddy Kol- not widely supported by
lek's plans to build a mod- other religious elements
ern sport stadium near or by secular Jews who
Malha, a suburb in the had protested in the past
southern outskirts of that a stadium near
Jerusalem. The opposition densely-populated resi-
is headed by Meir Porush dential neighborhoods
and his father, Aguda MK would create noise and
Menahem Porush, who ac- traffic jams.
cuse the mayor of insen-
The new site for the
sitivity "to the feelings of stadium is far from built-up
tens of thousands of (Or- areas. Municipal architects
thodox) Jerusalemites."
say the facility will be con-
The Orthodox object to structed so as to prevent any
the stadium on grounds that significant noise from dis-
it will disturb the tranquil- turbing major population
ity of the Sabbath — the day centers of the city. The city
when soccer and other fathers are confident that
matches draw the largest the planning committee
crowds — and that it en- will approve the project.
courages violation of Sab-
They point out further
bath bans and that it will that the Orthodox Poalei
turn the "holy city" into "an Aguda Israel party and the
international sports new Sephardic party,
center."
"Shas," are negotiating to
Orthodox objections, join Kollek's Labor-led coal-
often accompanied by vio- ition in the city council,
lent demonstrations, suc- fully aware that the mayor
ceeded in defeating earlier intends to go ahead with the
plans for a sports center lo- stadium. The Porushes are
cated close to religious looking to Aguda suppor-
neighborhoods. But politi- ters in the U.S. to exert
cal observers say that this pressure against the
time Kollek will succeed in stadium.
carrying out his promise to
provide Jerusalem with a
We are easily deceived by
modern stadium for sports that which we love.

.

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COUNTRY CORNER MALL

SOUTHFIELD ROAD
3
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DINNER FOR 2

MIX OR MATCH ANY ENTREE

(excluding strip steak)

INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD,
ENTREE, POT., HOT VEG.,
BREAD & BUTTER,
COFFEE OR TEA

95

FOR
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1 /3

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