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June 14, 1985 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-14

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Friday, June 14, 1985

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was naturally that it would still
be open . . . Building will be sold
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won't have benefit of the 45 ban-
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with affairs planned at the
closed-door site . . . (At least we
were correct in saying that
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field and 10 Mile . . . smiling,
pleasant and very personable.
ANDREW MELLEN, son of
Fran Mellen of W. Bloomfield, -
and Jordon Mellen of Southfield,
is also performing in Attic
Theatre's production til June 24 of
The Sunshine Boys with Rube
Weiss and Whit Vernon . . . He
has part of Eddie, the stage man-
ager . . . Andrew is recent
graduate of Northern' Michigan
University and was in Meadow-
brook Theatre's fall showing of
Fourth
Sherlock Holmes .
Street Playhouse in Ferndale has
chosen Andrew for the lead in
their coming summer presenta-
tion of The Rise and Rise of Daniel
Rocket.

WALK INTO PAUL CHRIS-
TY'S Coney Island on Northwest-

ern Hwy., south of 12 Mile, and
you can walk out with a PHD (P-
lain Hot Dog), say Tedd
Schneider, Jewish News as staff
writer and Heidi Press, JN local
news editor.
"That and other goodies such as
coney islands, `Christy's with
Cheese,' Christy's combo,'
looseburger, cheeseburger, cheese
and chili fries, beverages, soup, ,
chili, Greek salads, baklava and
rice pudding can all be had at rea-
sonable prices," they say.
"Food must be good if the owner
is sitting having lunch when you
walk into his restaurant," remark
Tedd and Heidi, who encountered
Christy kibitzing with customers
and employees on a recent visit to
his cozy little spot.
Visitors find all kinds of music
memorabilia on the walls . . .,gold
records and pictures of rock stars
. . . reminiscent of Christy's disc
jockey days.
Friendly, smiling waitress Pam
Gifford brought Tedd and Heidi
their coneys, chili fries, cheese
fries and Cokes . . . "The coneys
were just like downtown," tells
Heidi, plus mentioning that "the
cheese fries were tasty and the
cheddar cheese added a zing to the
fries" . . . The cheese fries looked
so good, in fact, that Tedd said
next time he would substitute
those for his usual chili fries.
"What was nice about the place,
in addition to the good food and
greeting from Christy, was that it
was so clean," says Heidi.
"At what other restaurant can
you walk in unmatriculated, and
walk out with a PHD?" ask tedd
and Heidi.
FUNNY MAN AND fine actor

Shelley Berman, starring as Reb
Pinkhos in the smash musical hit
Kuni-Leml at Birmingham
Theatre through June 30, has an-
other talent that he takes very
seriously . . . cooking . . . And not
just simple cooking . . . Shelley's
very particular about his ingre-
dients, variety, appearance and
all the other good things that
gourmet cooks care about ... One
of the absolute requirements
about his housing in Birmingham
was being close to a market hav-
ing all the goodies he needed in
his cooking endeavors.
DENNIS HERZIN, new
executive chef at Sheraton Oaks,
Novi, is a member of the Michigan
Chefs de Cuisine and American
Culinary Federation . . . As an
apprentice at the 1980 Culinary
Art Salon, Dennis was awarded
two gold medals of excellence and
an "Augie" for a perfect platter .. .
Same year, he was one of six ap-
prentices assisting United States
Culinary Olympics Team in
Frankfort, West Germany . . . In
1979, Michigan Chefs de Cuisine
named him "Apprentice of The
Year."
100 ARTISTS MAKE crea-
tions from bedsheets donated by
Ben Fauber, K-Mart board
chairman . . . at Meadowbrook
Gallery Fabric Art Auction, Pic-
nic and Concert, July 23 . . . It's
Meadowbrook's Picnic On The
Grass XIII . . . with portraits,
landscape scenes, etc. on Fauber's
bedsheets used as canvases . . .
Top 50 are displayed and sold dur-
ing week of music festival . . . Top
10 will be auction night of July 23.
WHO'S WHERE . . . Alexan-
der Zonjic, Murdock's, Crooks Rd.,
Rochester Hills, Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday eves in June .. .
Ron Coden Show, Mountain Jacks
in Farmington Hills through
June 29, Wednesday - Saturday.
SMALL GROUP of diehard
runners . . . Chuck Hoover, Mor-
rie Katz, Mel Miller, Nate Pack
and Allen Stone . . . became ad-
venturesome and endured an
enjoyable run through streets of
Detroit . . . They started at the old
Kern clock on Woodward, wound
through landmarks Tiger
Stadium, Wayne State Univer-
sity, Fisher Building, Medical
Center, Eastern Market . . . and
finally back to the Kern Clock .. .
16 miles (or more).
Nostalgia of the old neighbor-
hood made it fitting to finish their
"historic" run with breakfast at
Oak Park Grill, Eight Mile-
Schaefer . . . for Kaiser rolls and
home-fried potatoes.
ABOUT 500 PEOPLE helped
Le Bourdeaux Restaurant, Six
Mile west of Middlebelt, Livonia,
celebrate its first anniversary.
Billy Rose Quartet . . . with
Billy "Flying Fingers" Marr,
Ipiano; Chris Rose, drums; Rudy
Golde, bass guitar; and Billy, lead
guitar . . . play Tuesday through
Saturday . . . and renewed con-
tract for another year . . . The
populal group, whose very ver-
satile repertoire includes all ph-
ases of listening and dancing
music, is considered among the
area's finest.
Name tags had only first names
. . . for informal fun-together .. .
Carolyn Liederman's record was

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