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January 20, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, January 20, 1984

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CHAIM to Hear Ex-WSU Prof

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tional recognition . . . and
it's good, folks.
AND
CHARLIE
FRANK Pappas at–Rialto,
Woodward and Nine Mile,
Ferndale, go through about
ten 32-pound turkeys a
week.
WILLIAM KUX, young
New York actor, will return
to his hometown . . . appear-
ing with Genie Francis in
the coming Birmingham
Theater production,
"Crimes Of The Heart,"
Jan. 27 through Feb. 26.
His mother, Barbara, was
youth adviser for Temple
Beth El . . . and father,
Richard, president of the
Jewish Community Center.

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Retired Wayne State (CHAIM) at 8 p.m. Monday
University Prof. Erhard in the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
D'Abringhaus will address ris Branch of the Jewish
the next meeting of Chil- Community Center.
There is a nominal ad-
dren of Holocaust Survivors
Association in Michigan mission charge.
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William graduated Cass
Tech High in 1971 . . . and
has since appeared in New
York productions . . . plus
films and TV in Los
Angeles.
BERNARDI'S RES-
TAURANT in Applegate
Square, Northwestern be-
tween 12 and 13 Mile, now
has informal modeling Fri-
days, noon to 2 p.m. .. .
Styles are from Applegate
shops . . . Robert Mann
Furs, Jill's, Diane's Place
and Ray & Ida's.
THE FANTASTICKS
appear in dinner theater
through Jan. 28 . . . the
Manhattan Room of Peter
Mel's Backstage on Wood-
ward . . . $18.50 Fridays and
Saturdays . . . including in
dinner and show . . . "The
Boys In The Band" opens
Feb. 3.
A wonderful combination
is in the Footlights Room
back of Backstage Deli ..
songstress Sharon Williams
and pianist Matt Michaels
. . . Mondays through Wed-
nesdays.
FRED AND LOUIS
ELIAS, chairman and
president, respectively, of
Elias Brothers Restaurants
Inc., were recently awarded
the 1983 Distinguished
Service Award from Clinton
Valley Council, Boy Scouts
of America.
Fred and Louis operate
the largest family restau-
rant chain in Michigan .. .
serving over 70,000 cus-
tomers a week . . . The 45-
year-old chain has over 200
Big Boy eateries in Michi-
gan and Ontario . . . Man-
fred's, a specialty restau-
rant in Renaissance Center
. . . and The Main Event at
Pontiac Silverdome.
STILL AVAILABLE
registrations for "New
American Cuisine" at Oak-
land Community College,
Orchard Ridge Campus .. .
15-week course taught by
Elizabeth Chiu King,
author of "Eating The
Chinese Way In Detroit,"
lecturer and consultant in
Chinese culinary art.
Classes are Tuesday eve-
nings, 6:30 to 9:30 . . . "New
American Cuisine" is a
different way of cooking and
preparing food, says Liz .. .
"After learning the funda-
mentals of the cuisine of
China, students will be able
to create and improvise a
whole new school of recipes
that are healthy, nutritious,
delicious and easy to pre-
pare" . . . For more info, call
her at 559-5579.

Bet Hatefutsot
Faces Closure

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Bet
Hatefutsot, the Museum of
the Diaspora located on the
Tel Aviv University cam-
pus, may have to close Jan.
31 unless the Treasury
withdraws its decision to
withhold the monthly gov-
ernment allocation of over
10 million shekels
($100,000) which covers
some 40 percent of the
museum's operational ex-
penses.

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