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December 16, 1988 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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!MEDIA MONITOR I AIM

A HOLIDAY GIFT TO YOU
FROM PICKLE BARREL DELI

NBC Newsmen

Continued from preceding page

Authentic Lebanese Food

FREE

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Mondays Thru Thursdays 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays 11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
Sundays 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

CHEESECAKE • • WITH ANY
DELI TRAY ORDERED THRU DEC. 31
WE WILL BE OPEN
CHRISTMAS DAY

SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS ONLY
Lunch or Dinner

CORNISH HEN

Stuffed With Lamb, Pine Nuts
and Rice

Excellent Wine List
Special Vegetarian Dishes
Cocktails

10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

—Open 7 Days—
Monday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sat. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.to 9 p.m.

Catering
And Carry-Out

7295 Orchard Lake Road, South Side of the
Robin's Next Shopping Center
Reservations Accepted: 737.0168
Your Host: Walid lid

EVERGREEN PLAZA
12 MILE AND
EVERGREEN

The Best in Dining

557.8899

CARL'S

.••

CHOP
HOUSE

833-0700
3020 Grand River
Free Parking
Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
Serving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 2 p.m.

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All beef
aged in
our own
coolers

ROYAL EAGLE DINING IN
OLD WORLD ELEGANCE

Enjoy
European Cuisine Dinners

Sunday 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wed. thru Sat. 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

THE
ROYAL EAGLE
1415 Parker, 1 Blk. East of Van Dyke & 21/2 Blks. N. of Jefferson

331-8088

In Historic Indian Village

Reservations Suggested

Closed Mon. and Tues.

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A Tradition
Since 1934

1128 E. 9 MILE RD., 1/2 Mile East of 1-75 • 541-2132

FRESH

$1145

CANADIAN WHITEFISH

BRAISED SHORT RIBS OF BEEF $1125

Remember When?

INCLUDES: RELISHES, SOUP OR SALAD, POT. OR VEG. & WARM HOMEMADE ROLLS & BUTTER

ALL FRESH FRUIT PIES,
APPLE STREUDEL,
COGNAC TORTES

EARLY EVENING SPECIALS

MON.-FRI. 4 TO 6 PM

$6.50 & $7.75

8635 Cooley Lake Road, 1/2 Mile West of Union Lake Road

New Year's Eve Special

Italian. American Dining At Its Finest

Sat. 4 to 12 Mid.

4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Sun. 2 to 11

CHAMPAGNE DINNER FOR 2

Roast Prime Rib of Beef or Jumbo Shrimp
$25 per couple
NEW YEAR'S EVE '50s & '60s PARTY STARTS 9 p.m.
For Reservations: 363.9469

Plus Our Great Food and
Beautiful Atmosphere,
Enjoy
Live Entertainment
7 Nights A Week

Banquet Facilities Available

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

76

Valet
Parking

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1988

ALMA SMITH
Songstress & Pianist

Downstairs SAT. 6:30 to 10:30 p.m.

DUFFY'S ON THE LAKE

DETROIT

Mon.-Fri. 11 to 11

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833-9425

THE BRIGHT IDEA

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send

THE JEWISH NEWS

as a gift

354-6060

NBC veteran said, "It's inap-
propriate for the president of
the news division to take
stands on politics."
NBC Anchor Tom Brokaw,
who had favored hiring Gart-
ner, had "no comment" on the
flap.
Gartner had been criticized
by the NBC News staff for a
September column he wrote
for the Journal in which he
called then-vice presidential
candidate Dan Quayle "medi-
ocre." At that time, Gartner
agreed to limit himself to
press and free-speech issues.
Newsweek reports that Gart-
ner believes the Arafat issue
falls into that category.
"It was quite proper," he
said, "much like giving a
speech on the First Amend-
ment."

Lenny: Forever
Radical Chic

In his latest confession, con-
ductor /c omposer/aging
wunderkind Leonard Bern-
stein was quoted in
Newsweek's "Overheard"
column:
"Maybe people do think of
me as just another pinko fag-
got, a bleeding heart, a
do-gooder.
"But that's what I am."

A Lawyer And
His Mouse

"Forever let us hold the
banner, high, high, high!"
went the last chorus of the an-
them of the Mickey Mouse
Club. And few people have
held it higher than Mt.
Washington attorney Dick
Reische.
Reische is featured in Johns
Hopkins Magazine fqr "being
among the first serious
Mickey Mouse aficionados."
Reische has acquired Mickeys
since the 1930s, "before," said
the magazine, the Disney
character "was plastered on
lunchboxes and T-shirts.
Then, Mickey was an angular,
multidimensional character
that looked more like a ro-
dent."
Many of Reische's Mickeys
were made in Japan between
1934 and 1939 for American
toy manufacturers. The
lawyer has just about every
model: "Mickey playing the
accordion, eating with Min-
nie and the boys, playing
sports, carrying a red um-
brella, even skiing down a
mountain."
Today's Mickeys, said
Reische, "are middle-class
suburban . . . Early Mickey
is a back alley kid who gets
into fights. Eternally op-
timistic. That's the dream of
America: A scrappy underdog
makes good."

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