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December 05, 1986 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-05

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DINNER THEATRE AT

HYATT REGENCY ED DEARBORN

ENTERTAINMENT

JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions, Inc.

present

THE ODD COUPLE

BEST OF EVERYTHING

By: Neil Simon

Starring: Jimmy Launce and Mike Evans

DANNY RASKIN

Group Rates & Performances Available
Friday & Saturday Show 8:30 p.m.

Reservations: 593-1234

Lunch 11 a.m.

Dinner 4 p.m.-17771

Banquet Facilities

NOW APPEARING
TUES. THRU SAT.

T ROY

1BLACK TIE

Reservations, 362-1262

Concourse, Top of Troy • 755 W. Big Beaver

IRVING'S

FAMILY DINING

IN LA MIRAGE MALL
29555 NORTHWESTERN HWY. BET. 12 & 13 MILE

352-3840

HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR

ONE WEEK ONLY—DEC. 5 THRU DEC. 11

ONE POUND OF

CORNED BEEF OR PASTRAMI

WITH PURCHASE OF 1 lb. AT REGULAR PRICE

• ONE POUND MINIMUM

• CARRYOUT ONLY

OUR OWN HOMEMADE POTATO SALAD
OUR OWN HOMEMADE COLE SLAW
FRESH CRISP 2-POUND RYE BREAD

79c lb.
79c
1.69

lb.

BREAKFAST SPECIALS
DEC. 5-DEC. 11

1 0% OFF

7 DAYS A WEEK TILL 11 a.m.

FRIED
MATZO

$ 1 78

SENIOR CITIZENS

LOX, EGGS & ONIONS $19

(Except Breakfast & Specials

BAGEL, ROLL OR TOAST

TUES. THRU FRI.

.

WHOLE ROAST CHICE
N
FOR TWO

5 p.m.

$5 0

INCLUDES: COTTAGE FRIES, COLE SLAW & BREAD BASKET

DINNER SPECIAL—DEC. 5 THRU DEC. 11

BRISKET OF BEEF

With Sauteed Mushrooms & Onions

INCLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD, VEG. OR POT.
AND BREAD BASKET

$4 4 8

HOLIDAY TRAY ORDERS
FOR ALL EVENTS
LET US CATER YOUR HOLIDAY
OFFICE PARTY

68

Friday, December 5, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

IT LOOKS EXACTLY
like you would imagine a
Hungarian restaurant would
be like ... low green ceiling,
dimmed lights and strolling
musicians.
The Blue Danube on Ot-
tawa St. in Windsor, owned
by Sam and Zora Papadio,
can be proud of an authentic
Hungarian heritage .
When Sam and Zora took
over in 1980, it originally sat
65 people ... The little clo-
thing operation next door was
acquired and made into an-
other room to seat 65 more
... Two wood and brick
archways now separate the
rooms.
Between Freed's Mens
Wear and Blue Danube, they
popularize Ottawa Street in
Windsor.
It is a very intimate Hun-
garian restaurant ... with
red flecked wallpaper sur-
rounding the room just below
ceiling ... green tablecloths,
white napkins, dishes, scarfs
and paintings on the wooden
walls.
Blue Danube's Fall Gypsy
Festival was going on .
with 15 musicians, opera
singer and card reader ...
Continuous music from 6
p.m. to 1 a.m.
Our waitress, Lou Ann
Stumpf, so efficient, pleasant
and cordial, brought me a
large authentic piece of
wiener schnitzel (veal cutlet)
served as it should be .
with slice of lemon on top ...
This little touch, lacking at
so many places who claim to
have the real thing in Hun-
garian dining, was what we
looked for in ordering ... To
me, it is one of my ways of
relating to the dish's pre-
sentation authenticity.
The Tony Michaels Gypsy
Trio is a stalwart at Blue
Danube ... one of the main
reasons why people readily
make the short trip to
Windsor ... You'll like the
Blue Danube ... its food,
service and ambience.
MORE BIG CHANGES at
Jacques on Telegraph ...
Heinz Menguser is the new
executive chef ... and Bob
Kimoto maitre d' ... Both
were previously at the former
Drake Restaurant.
IN HOUSE ROMANCE
DEPT. ... Head waitress
Lynne Gogos and manager
Tom Fast see so much of The
Eatery on W. Ten Mile that
they became man and wife
... and had their reception
... where else but at The
Eatery.
Tom was manager at The
Eatery in Royal Oak and
hired Lynne over a year ago.
THE ASSURANCE IS
that speakers at next year's
Michigan Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame will be given a shor-
tened alloted time for all
speeches.
It's the only thing that
might possibly have been a
mar in the Second Annual
Induction Dinner at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek ... Every-

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thing else went very
smoothly and it was an
enjoyable evening for the 450
who attended.
However, it is very difficult
to shorten worthy praise for
inductees ... and even har-
der for those entering the
Michigan Jewish sports
shrine ... After all, this was
a moment to remember ...
and those persons brought
into the Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame could
scarcely be blamed for not
enabling themselves to speak
without tender emotion of
wonderful memories.
Again, nary a complaint on
the food ... as Paul Kohn of
Quality Kosher Catering-put
out his usual fine fare.
Olympic fencer Byron
Krieger, University of Michi-
gan All-American Mery Pre-
gulman and the late Philip
"Cincy" Sachs, known as "Mr.
Basketball" in this region,
were honored at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek ... joining
Hank Greenberg, Harry
Newman, Benny Friedman
and William Davidson.
Stu Klitenic, Channel 7
sportscaster, emceed in a
strange way ... he wasn't
waving his hands around ...
Sen. Jack Faxon, cousin to
Mery Pregulman, must have
been told to make it fast ...
as he humorously talked "a
mile-a-minute" in presenting
resolutions to cuz ... Mel Al-
len, one-time great sportscas-
ter for New York Yankees,
All-Star games and Wdrld
Series, added local family ties
(Hershel and Max Lieb) to
his reminiscing ... remem-
bered . most among the
attendees by Detroit Tiger
Hall of Famer, Charlie
Gehringer.
Bob Page, local sportscas-
ter, about Lem Barney's de-
rby, "It's his version of a
yarmulke" ... Stu on the
dias and his greeting from
the fletroit Lion All-Pro,
"Shalom, baby." ... Barrister
Abe Selesnie looking like
Tevya from Fiddler On The
Roof . . . Too bad Abe can't
sing ... Moe Hozman a
knockout victor over the flu
. Mark Plotkin with sarto-
rial elegance ... Allan
Schwartz, "The Singing Win-
dow Washer," always good for
a joke or two or three, etc.
Rick Brode, who club own-
ers agree as the athlete's
agent they'd like most to deal
with ... Always a gentleman
and pleasant ... They'd
rather give him and his
client more than give in to a
nasty hardnose ... Rick's
dad, Seymour Brode, is
Michigan Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame treasurer ... and
owner of Franklin Racquet
Club . . . "The last time I
spoke at Shaarey Zedek,"
said Seymour is his welcom-
ing address, "was at my bar
mitzvah."
They said Lou Schwartz
was crazy when he left many
years ago to live in Holly,
Mich ... Lou has the last

.

laugh ... It's a booming town
... and he owns a lot of it
now ... David Matz better-
looking today then when a
youth ... Sherry Margolis of
Channel 2 as sweet as she is
pretty ... Dave Sachs wear-
ing hat formerly owned by
his brother "Cincy."
So much credit to the offi-
cers of Michigan Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame ... Al
Foon, president; Billy Jacobs,
Bob Steinberg and Myron
Milgrom, vice presidents;
Mickey Fishman, secretary;
and Seymour Brode, trea-
surer ... Plus Jim Grossman,
executive director; and Doris
August, assistant executive
director.
BEST OF BEST'S is cen-
tennial year celebration by
Chicago-based Best Kosher
Sausage Co. ... which now
manufactures over 50 differ-
ent sausage products ... in-
cluding a couple of interna-
tional firsts ... kosher all-
beef bratwurst and kosher
all-beef hot links with "a
Latin kick."
Super markets also have
(or should have) those jumbo
quarter-pounder pure beefs,
all-beef Polish sausages with
oodles of garlic and season-
ings, all-beef smoked sausage
and all-beef Italian sausage
spiced with natural season-
ings.
All are delicious with or
without the traditional bun
... and have that "old world"
style flavor which has become
so very popular in the prep-
aration of foods.
Super markets without a
complete line of Best's prod-
ucts are really losing out.
RUMORS, RUMORS,
RUMORS and one of them,
if any, could possibly be true
... about who will be the
next owner and operator of
Jakks Lounge, Greenfield
and Ten Mile.
COCO'S DEPT. ... "Well,
we dogs are finally getting
more and more recognition.
Now there's a 'Canine Casino
Night' this Sunday, 2 to 8
p.m. at Holly Hotel in Holly.
$25 ticket includes wine,
champagne, hors d' oeuvres,
games and chance at door
prizes. Dog treats are fact
that all proceeds benefit
homeless and abused being
cared for by Michigan
Humane Society. Ain't you
glad you're not one of them? I
sure am!"
GOOD HOSTESS DEPT.
... Elizabeth LaFrance ... at
West End Restaurant in
Somerset Inn on W. Big Be-
aver, Troy ... always smil-
ing, so very pleasant and
graciously efficient.
GOOD WAITER DEPT.
... Henry Wing ... also at
West End ... with high qual-
ity effectiveness at its best.
THIS SUNDAY ... is
"Music On Main Street" con-
cert, 7 p.m., at Tel-12 Mall's
Restaurants on Main Street
... It's given by Young
Variety Club of DetrOit and
Friends of M.S.

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