THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
58 Friday, October 18, 1985
ORCHARD MALL, Orchard Lake Rd. N. of
Gourmet Oriental-American Food
Whole Maine Lobster
4:30 p.m.-10 Tues.-Thins.
4:30 p.m.-11 Fri. & Sat.
4:30 p.m-9 Sun.
Mon.-Thurs. 11:30 to 10:30,
Fri. & Sat. 11:30 to 12 Mid. Sun. 4 to 10
VISIT OUR RIKSHAW ON MAIN STREET
AT TEL.12 MALL, Telegraph & 12
2464 N. WOODWARD Bet. 12 & 13
OUR FOOD IS FRESH & HOMEMADE!
WE SERVE THE BEST! YOU PAY LESS!
22740 WOODWARD Just South of 9 Mile
Ferndale • OPEN 7 DAYS • 544-7933
IYOUR CHOICE OF GREEK OR TOSSED SALAD
IAT NO EXTRA CHARGE WITH REG. OR 8-COURSE MEALS!
FRESH BROILED WHITEFISH
FRESH BROILED PICIEIEL
ROAST FRESH TWINY Lank
BAIT Sal LIVER ibins If Inch •
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF a in
FROG IRS taiga style
REG. MEAL INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SALAD (Reg.
or Greek), PbTATO OR VEGETABLE OR
SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD AND STICKS
BROILED FRESH STUFFED FLOUNDER $5.25 $6.25
1/2 BAR-B-0 MOIR
BONELESS BREAST OF CHICKEN
BREADED VEAL CURET
FRIED NNW HEMP
CHOPPED SIRLOIN Withslinso salc,
10 OZ. PRIME N.T. SIRLOIN STEAK 7.5
KIM MEAL NUM: ACE ON MP, SINCE IF
SAUK POTATO, VEIETAILE, W9 MEAD $ SUMS,
COME OS TEA, SINCE IF KURT (Strawberry
derseenice, latter her sr Vela Ice Crew, Mee
The Novi Hilton invites you
to the Orchard Cafe's sumptuous
Sunday Brunch, served on Sunday
from 10:30 a.m. 'til 2:30 p.m.
Enjoy a fabulous array of tempting salads, appetizers
and entrees such as Eggs Benedict, Quiche Lorraine,
Shrimp Marengo, Steamship Round of Beef, plus
lavish homemade desserts; Chocolate Mousse, English
.Trifle, Double , Rich Chocolate Cake.
(Under the age of 12)
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THE MARRIED LUSH was
89 cents a pound. The thought
of eggs conjured up images of always thinking in terms of the
salami and chicken livers. wife he had ... She was forever
Weiner schnitzel is nowhere nagging him ... Once she said
without the veal. It's like Zsa to him, "Are you sure you'll love
Zsa without caviar. Probably the me when I'm old and ugly?" ...
best solution was going out to and he replied, "Who says I
SURE THERE'S A, DIF-
"But back in the 1940s, battle
raged on land and sea and in FERENCE in coney islands ...
the air. General Dwight D. quite a bit ... Ever have one
Eisenhower gave words of with frozen onions? ... or so-so
encouragement to paratroopers hamburger meat swimming in
ugly grease? .
before the D-Day takeoff.
"Lieutenant Audie Murphy
was the biggest hero and' pinups Walnut and Drake, is now open
of Rita Hayworth and Betty Gr- for lunch.
able were favorites in overseas
"While folks at home were
complaining about rationing,
soldiers were forced to eat food
made by Army cooks. Ironically,
the Army officially considered
its cookery haute cuisine as evi-
denced by a training manual for Cohan To Address
"Americans bought war bonds, History Society
grew their own food in victory
Stanley Meretsky, president of
-gardens and kids saved empty the Jewish Historical Society of
toothpaste tubes for scrap metal Michigan, announced that Leon
S. Cohan will speak at the next
WELL OVER 1,000 people meeting on Wednesday at 8 p.m.
helped Tony and Chris Tocco in the main United Hebrew_
celebrate the third anniversary School Building in the Morris
of their Pointe Bar-B-Q of Sterl- and Sarah Friedman Room.
ing Heights on Van Dyke north
Cohan will discuss "History
of 17 Mile.
and Reality: Memories of a Jew
So much food ... and people in Government and Business."
kept eating the entire 'evening
Cohan is senior vice president
... Seven times at least, wait- and general counsel for the De-
persons kept bringing out chic- troit Edison- Co. and president of
ken, ribs, pasta, hors d'oeuvres, the Detroit Jewish Community
sandwishes, pastries galore.
Council. Cohan served the state
It was the kind of shindig of Michigan as assistant attor-
you'd expect Tonny Tocco to put ney general for three years and
on ... a celebration first class then as deputy attorney general
for 12 years.
Continuous music by two
Cohan is active in Jewish,
bands had feet stomping and Democratic and communal
plenty of rhythmic finger tap- organizations.
ping and dancing. _
Refreshments will be served,
MARIE AND MICHEL Be- there is no admission charge
rten are back in town ... and and guests are welcome. For
have taken over running of reservations, call Ida Levine,
Aliette's Bakery restaurant, 557-0431.
Porter and 24th ... Marie's sis-
ter, Aliette and husband Car-
vine Benson, have moved back
CONSTRUCTION GOING One-Man Show
ON is not at Jacques ... most At Feldman Galleries
definitely open, alive and very
The works of Harold Linton;
of architecture and di-
It's next door on Telegraph ,t professor
of freshman studies at the
Road . . . at the new Jovan's rector
of Architecture, Lawr-
soon to open ... former site of School
ex-J.T.'s Jovan's will be an will be featured of at Technology,
the I. Irving
upbeat trendy place with class Feldman
in _ West
. 29 seats at a bar, eight or Bloomfield Galleries
beginning Oct. 25.
nine at a piano bar ... and food
Gallery hours are Mondays
10 a.m. till 5
IT'S AMAZING ... that p.m. and Saturdays
10 a.m. till --
Rialto Restaurant on Woodward 8 p.m.
and Nine Mile has only one
parking spot ... think it's in the
back ... yet Rialto does more
business than many other res- NoMinations Taken
taurants combined ... There's For Art Awards
plenty, of city parking in front
with meters . and folks
Nominations are now open for
who've been to Rialto don't mind the Michigan Foundation for the
the dime or two ... that's how Arts' 1986 Michigan Arts and
good the food' is ... and at such Patrons Awards. Deadline for
submitting nominations is Dec.
THINK TWICE . .. before 3L
throwing away a cork . :. It
For nominating forms and -in-
'makes a fine pine holder ... or formation, write to Barrie
when moistened and dipped into Werba, executive director,
scouring powder, cleans out Michigan Foundation for the
hard-to-get-at places ... Easy on Arts, 1703 Fisher Building, De-
the hands, too.