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June 24, 1988 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-24

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Special a Gift
52 Weeks a Year.

Monday Thru Saturday 4 .p.m. to 10 p.m.

• KAFTA KABOB $
• CHICKEN KABOB
• BAKED KIBBEE
• FALAFIL
• STUFFED GRAPE LEAVES • SHAWARMA

INCLUDES SOUP OR SALAD , RICE & PITA BREAD
• No Other Discounts • Expires 7-2-88

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JEWISH NEWS!

CARRY-OUT & CATERING AVAILABLE. ASK ABOUT OUR DELIVERY SPECIAL

KABOB GRILL
557-5990

Portrait of
the Great
American
Investor

29702 SOUTHFIELD RD. AT 12% MILE (In Southfield Plaza)

Open Monday thru Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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6066 W. MAPLE RD.

North of Orchard Lake Rd.

(....M1 851-6577

CARRY-OUT DEPT.

NEXT DOOR TO OUR FULL-SERVICE RESTAURANT

It's his job to know good
advertising—and he also
knows a good investment.
Terry Wilson puts his money
in U.S. Savings Bonds.
Bonds now pay competitive
rates, like money market
accounts.
Find out more, call
1-800-US-BONDS.

Featuring
• Pizza • Ribs • Greek Salads • Lasagna
• Chicken • Sandwiches • Etc.

OUTDOOR & INDOOR CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

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$2 OFF DINNER

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BUY 1 PIZZA

FOR 2

SLAB OF RIBS

INCLUDES GREEK SALAD & BAG
OF BREAD STICKS
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Bonds held less than five years earn a
lower rate.
A public service of this publication.

GET SECOND SAME
PIZZA FREE

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U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

CARRY-OUT LOCATION ONLY
Expires 7-7-88
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THE GREAT AMERICAN INVESTMENT

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Formerly of
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8 Mile & Mack,
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Awarded No. 1 Pizza
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Grosse Pointe Woods

FAMILY DINING & PIZZA

27641 JOHN R., 3 BLOCKS NORTH OF 11 MILE RD. IN FARNUM SHOPPING PLAZA
Madison Heights

• Broiled or Baked Rainbow Trout
• 1/2 Slab of Our Famous Bar-B-Q Ribs ..
• Veal Parmesan
• Lasagna

542-9800

7 DAYS

$5961

OPEN

$695
$495
$475

3 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Includes: Choice of Soup or Salad, Pot. or Veg. or Spaghetti and Bread Basket

FULL DINING MENU • HOMEMADE SOUPS • HOMEMADE PIES • MANY HOMEMADE SPECIALTIES

YOU ENJOYED US BEFORE • . . YOU'LL ENJOY US EVEN MORE NOW!

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Family Dining

27167 GREENFIELD, JUST NORTH OF 11 MILE

559-8222

TWO-FOR•ONE BREAKFAST & LUNCH MENU

_Served from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

ALL OMELETTES SERVED WITH HASH BROWNS & TOAST

TWO-FOR-ONE LUNCH & DINNER MEIil

Served From 7 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. . . . WITH SOUP OR SALAD. RICE OR POTATOES
• American & Lebanese
• Daily Specials

10% OFF EARLY BIRD

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ANYBODY! ANY AGE!

DINNER SPECIALS

(Except 2 For 1 And Early Bird Specials)

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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NEW MENU!
SAME LOW
PRICES!

NO COUPON
NECESSARY!

a lot of years . . . Many of the
employees at Carl's, both in
the kitchen, at the door and
serving tables, have been
with him over 20 years.
Carl Rosenfeld was recent-
ly given the highest honor
that can be bestowed by
Michigan Restaurant
Association . . . its 1988
Distinguished Service Award.
Reid Ashton, owner of
Golden Mushroom since 1974
on 10 Mile and Southfield
Rd., was elected for a second
term as MRA board chairman
. . . His chef and co-owner,
Master Chef Milos Cihelka,
has been there since 1977.
HASKINS,
CAROL
Michigan's first certified
woman executive chef . . . and
Lewis Weidemann, formerly
of Crickets in Chicago's Tre-
mont Hotel, make a great
team.
They are together at the
New Townsend Hotel in Bir-
mingham . . . overseeing food
service and preparation for
the Rugby Grille and Tony's
as well as private dining
service.
Informal Rugby Grille will
open in August . . . Tony's, a
mahogany-paneled classic
chophouse, will open in
September.
Carol is executive chef .. .
and Lewis is maitre d'hotel of
food service and the two
restaurants.
She has been at Great
Dane, taking over when Chef
Duglass (Doug Grech) left,
Healthy Jones, Jacques,
Great Oaks Country Club,
Money Tree, private Women's
Club of Bloomfield Hills and
past four years executive chef
at St. Johns Hospital, a posi-
tion she sought to round out
her cooking expertise with ex-
tensive dietary and nutri-
tional experience.
For Lewis, it is somewhat of
a homecoming again . . .
Originally from Detroit's nor-
theast side, he began his food
service career at Russell
Steak House on Grand River
. . . In 1967, Lewis helped
open the Hyatt Regency
House in Atlanta . . . He
came back to work at
Detroit's Pontchartrain
Hotel, followed by nine years
at Whitehall Club, Chicago's
most exclusive private dining
club . . . Following five years,
he owned and operated Le
Mignon restaurant in a con-
verted Chicago brownstone
. . . Then came 1982 . . . and
his becoming private dining
manager at Chicago's
renowned Crickets restaurant
and night club.
The luxury four-story Town-
send Hotel by Anthony
Brown Development Co. is in
the heart of downtown Birm-
ingham and opened June 1.

ACADEMY AWARD-win-
ning composer Elmer Bern-
stein will conduct the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra tomor-
row in music from "Animal
House," "Airplane,"
"Ghostbusters" and other
movies . . . 8 p.m. at
Meadowbrook Music
Festival's Baldwin Pavilion
on Oakland University
campus.
GOOD WAITRESS Dept.
. . . Lynne (Gogos) Fast . .
and she's just like her new
last name . . . now at the
Gallery on W. 10 Mile east of
Evergreen . . . mornings and
noons . . . plus a lot of
efficiency. _
A NIGHT of music set to
get the July 4th weekend off
to a romantic beginning will
feature songster Brian Alex-
ander, July 1, at Kingsley Inn
. . . He'll be backed by Wind-
storm group . . . with dancing
8 p.m. til 1 a.m.
Alexander is a Detroiter
whose singing career was in
the spotlight this spring ac-
companying the Johnny
Trudell Big Band at a perfor-
mance of the Kingsley Inn's
series, "Musical Monday
Nights" . . . and recently sang
for Detroit Mayor Coleman
Young's Cobo Hall birthday.

MIDWESTERN MEMO-
RIES at Oakland Commu-

nity College, Orchard Ridge
Campus, Orchard Lake Rd.,
Farmington Hills, is a
nostalgic two-act look at the
trials and tribulations in-
volved in settling south-
eastern Michigan in the
1830s . . . with music, song
and dance . . . It's this
Wednesday, 8 p.m., and Aug.
5 and 13 . . . For more info,
call Smith Theatre, 471-7700.
TIPS TO Small Restaurant
Owners Dept. . . . Someone
should be by the cash register
at all times . . . Don't make it
seem longer to pay a bill than
it was to eat.
GRAND PRIX fever began
with March of Dimes Pre-Prix
Potpourri party June 13 at
Woodbridge Tavern in
Detroit's Rivertown area.
Over 100 came to celebrate
the Grand Prix . . . dressed in
appropriate attire . . . with
Elliott Trumbull and Penny
Warner chosen as best dress-
ed for the party . . . Marcia
Cron, owner of Woodbridge,
served a menu of interna-
tional foods as proceeds of
$1,500 were raised to support
research into the causes and
cures of birth defects and
their prevention.
BLUES AND BOP sax-
aphonist with a big tenor
sound, Jimmy McGary, will
be at Sam's Jams on W. Nine
Mile, Ferndale, tonight from
8 to 9 p.m. in a free, in-store
concert.

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