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April 20, 1984 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-20

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Friday, April 20, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

let your words
do the talking
in the

white bread?" asks Carey
Moscowitz, son of owners
Dorothy and Phil Moscowitz
at Embers Deli . . . about re-
cent article in Monthly De-
troit . . . "She ordered a
number one, Dinty Moore,
which naturally comes on
toasted white bread. I don't
know where she got the
crazy item about firemen
coming in to sit and watch
women wearing fur coats.
"And about 'teeny bopper
waitress' talking on the
phone to her boy friend, the
girl was speaking to my
mother about her hours.
Making fun of customers
because they wear fur coats
is absolutely ridiculous!
About our selling more
quiche than anything else is
a laugh. Rick Therrien, our
manager, mentioned that
we don't serve only delica-
tessen products. He just said
that we also sell a lot of
quiche."
WHO'S WHERE . . .
Airwave, top 40 dance band,
opens at Hurley's in North-
field Hilton, Crooks Rd.,
Monday through April 28
. . . The Counts are at Yes-
terday's Classic Oldies in
Sheraton Southfield, W.
Nine Mile, till tomorrow
nite . . . Then come The To-
kens through May 5, noted
for their recording of "The
Lion Sleeps Tonight."
JUDY ROBERTS at
Marlowe's nitery in Vine-
yard's complex on Franklin
off Northwestern Hwy.,
Tuesday through Saturday,
with her quartet . . . is a
popular figure in keyboard
and vocal polls . . . and has
recorded four albums .. .
Judy's latest one, Trio, on
Pausa Records, was selected
as "pick of the week" by
Billboard Magazine ... Her
quartet performs a wide
range of musical styles .. .
from traditional to pop to
Latin and fusion.
EVER HAD the oregano,
feta cheese and butter
spread put on table at
Rodo's Greek-American
restaurant, Southfield and
12 1/2 Mile in Farrell's Shop-
ping Plaza? . . . It's quite a
treat . . . Biggest yummy
though, is still that
homemade rice pudding at
Rodo's . . . with apricots and
tiny pieces of sponge cake
. . . nothing like it any-
where.
Rodo's even makes its
own noodles that folks get
with veal parmigiana (real
veal, not patties), other dis-
hes or by itself . . . Flaming
saganaki with the opa! is
always a delight . . . and you
must taste the delicious
fresh homemade asparagus
soup . . . Waitress Marlene
McBride has the smile you
want for a server . . . is effi-
cient and courteous . . .
People have taken so much
to Rodo's that recently, it
ran out of much food . . . and
folks like Ray Abrams had
to go elsewhere.
IT'S THAT TIME again
this year ... with Temple
Israel Sisterhood up to their
lovely elbows arranging

"Artisans '84" . . . an un-
usual art fair featuring
paintings, pottery, jewelry,
weaving, etc. . . . including
30 boutiques for shopping
. . . and places to eat.

May 6, 1:30, will have Jef-
frey Bruce, author of book,
"Jeffrey Bruce About Face"
. . . May 7, 11 a.m., guest
speaker is David Lipschutz
of Sinai Hospital on "Why
Am I So Cranky and Other
Hormonal Problems."

All tickets entitled folks
to drawing for six-day vaca-
tion at Lake Buena Vista,
Fla. via Eastern and free
use of automobile.

Sheila Lipshutz, Dave's
frau, is overall chairgal .. .
with Nancy Raitt, Gale Eps-
tein, Bernice Arnkoff,
Gloriz Shifman and Janet
Roth chairlassies of arts and
boutiques.

For more info, call Tem-
ple Israel, 661-5700.

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Authentic Greek Cooking

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Performances: Wed. Mat. noon -
Group Rates & Performances Available
Fri & Sat. Cocktails 7pm &
Show 8:45pm
Dinner 7:30pm

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Restaurant

Sun., Mon., Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. til 4 a.m.
Your Hosts: Gus & Chris Mantjios

(Formerly Honey Tree)
ORCHARD
OR CHARD LAKE RD. BET. 12 & 13 MILE • Farmington Hills • 851-1310

THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN
INCLUDING GOURMET DINING
AT POPULAR PRICES!!!

De Luca

SELECT WINES & LIQUORS. • OPEN 7 DAYS
Live Piano Entertainment Tues.-Sat. Nites

DINING & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

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Featuring The Finest Italian-American Foods
1008 N. WOODWARD AT 111/2 MILE • Royal Oak • 543 2626
SUNDAY 4 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.
OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

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

"SUDDENLY LAST
SUMMER," one of Tennes-
see Williams' greatest
works, will be presented by
Actors Alliance Theater,
COUPON
•Since 1959
April 27, 8:30, at Lycee In-
ternational, Evergreen and
13 Mile.
AND PIZZA
4033 W. 12 MILE 3 Blks E. of Greenfield
WINE TASTING with
Berkley
548 3650
appropriate bread and
cheeses is also April 27, at
Kingsley Inn on Woodward
Banquet
. . Aperitif at 7:30, tasting
Facilities
$
at 8 . . . It's sponsored by Les
ON FOOD PURCHASE OF $6 OR MORE
Amis du Vin (Friends of
DINING ROOM, CARRY OUT OR DELIVERY
Wine), Oakland County
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MON.-THURS. 11 a.m.-12 Mid.
Chapter . . . with Chardon-
a.m.-2 a.m.
• COCKTAILS • SAT. 12 noon-2 FRI. a.m. 11 SUN.
nay grapes from many dif-
Expires
4/30/84
12 noon- 12 Mid
fernt countries around the iblar......marmirmerarm MUM MO Mi SE WM
world producing a small
part of the wines for tasting
this evening . . . under
guidance of Ray and
Eleanor Heald.
WHILE IN LAS
VEGAS, Rita Lipsky was
guest at home of George and
Violet Morse, former De-
troiters of 20 years ago .. .
She also spent weekend at
no carry-outs
MGM with daughter Mar-
lene Balan, former localite
living in San Francisco .. .
Before coming home to De-
troit for Passover, Rita an-
swered George's and Vio-
20210 W. 8 Mile Rd.
9361 Cooley Lake Rd.
let's request to make them
1 BIk. W. of Evergreen
West of Union Lake Rd.
traditional Jewish Seder
363-1535
Southfield
food.
356-7400
4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Only other Jewish person
11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
besides Rita was Willie
"Buff" Ehrlich, former De-
troiter, now living in Las
Entertainment 7 Nights a Week
Vegas and working at Holi-
Harpist
. . . Tues., Wed. & Thurs.
day Casino . . . Rita and
Pianist
. . . Fri., Sun. & Mon.
hubby Irving, who couldn't
be with her, have been
Strolling Violins . . . Sat.
friends of the Morses for
over 25 years . . . He took
Rated number one by world magazines
Rita daily into town to do
her blackjack shtick . . . and
she came home a happy
winner.
OVERHEARD ... at
Golden Mushroom, South-
field and Ten Mile, "Guys
Mon -Fri 11 30 am to 1 am
who pinch pennies will
Sat 5 p m to 1 a m
never pinch chorus girls."
Sun 2 p m to 1 a m
. . . at Red Cedars, Tele-
Italian-American Dining At Its Finest
graph and Nine Mile, "A
smart female is one who
Valet
4222 Second Blvd.
quits playing ball when she
833-9425
Parking


Bet. Willis & Canfield
makes a good catch."

Rest aurant

AT APPLEGATE SQUARE

Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster

353-2757

Open 6 Days A Week ... Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

FRESH SEAFOOD, VEAL SPECIALTIES, ETC.
DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS

ITALIAN DINING

Bob Bernardi

Cheryl Bernardi

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Since 1914
FRANKLIN SHOPPING CENTER

Bacy By
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• BROILED WHITE FISH • LOX & SABLE PLATES
• BAKED LAMB • RED SNAPPER • SCROD • PICKEREL
• CHICKEN • LIVER • VEAL CUTLETS • BAR-B-Q RIBS • ETC.

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N. of 12 Mile

Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-11 - p.m.

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Sun. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.

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