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November 30, 1990 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-30

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WE HAVE
THE LOWEST PRICES
ANYWHERE OF
TOP QUALITY CARRY-OUT DELI

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Infinite ways to enjoy the
London Chop House

The CUISINE of GILBERT DROUELLE,
Maitres Cuisinier de France, our Master Chef
of France, one of only 35 in the United States

Bloom, executive vice pres-
ident of the American Tech-
nion Society. Dr. Joseph
Epel, president of the
Detroit Chapter of Technion,
challenged Detroiters to
raise funds to pay for four
dorms for Technion students
and one state-of-the-art lab-
oratory at the school in the
coming year.
Spotted in the crowd were
Ed Levy, Jr., Saul
Saulson, Irwin Shaw,
Manny and Kathy Foner,
Walter Field, Bernard and
Judy Cantor and Temple
Beth El's Rabbi Daniel
Polish.

ISRAEL BONDS
At the recent Israel Bond
dinner, Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration President Mark
Schlussel compared busi-
nessman and philanthropist
to
David Hermelin
Avraham, the Jewish
forefather.
"If Avraham were here to-
day, he'd have a fax and
telephone in his car," Mr.
Schlussel said.
Mr. Hermelin has denied
having a fax machine in his
car. ❑

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The Detroit Free Press
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Monthly Detroit
October 1990

Michelin and Gault Millau rated for his
two restaurants in France

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WE MAKE ALL OUR FOOD
ON OUR OWN PREMISES!

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• HOMEMADE COLE SLAW
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• HOMEMADE CHICKEN SALAD
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Innovative Menu of New American and French
Contemporary Cuisine, Combined with the Chop House
Historical Dishes of Pancho Velez for an
Outstanding Dining Experience.

BARRON ART
Florence and S. Brooks
Barron are selling their
famous art collection. Some
of the masterpieces were
auctioned at the Erhard
BMW showroom in Birm-
ingham on Nov. 18 to benefit
the Meadow Brook Art
Gallery of Oakland Univer-
sity. The Baryons' donation
of 50 pieces from their collec-
tion of contemporary art
helped raised $30,000 for the
gallery. Some of the support-
ers included: Sydell and
Doug Schubot, Franklin
Guy and Nora Barron,
Marion and David Handle-
man and Sheila and
Richard Sloan.

GOVERNOR'S
AWARD
The Governor's Arts
Awards dinner will take
place on Dec. 3 at Clubland
in Detroit. Governor Blan-
chard will present awards to
six community leaders:
Bess Bonnier, Walter B.
Ford, Karen VanderKloot,
David DiChiera, Corrine
Abaft and William Bonifas.
Sue Marx Films, Inc. pro-
duced the video, Art Makes
the Difference,which was
commissioned by Concerned
Citizens for the Arts in
Michigan. The film, written
by Steve Plackdharry will
premiere at the event. Some
of the people featured in the
video are journalist Mitch
Albom and state senator
Lana Pollack.

YOU CAN TELL THE DIFFERENCE
WITH OUR HOMEMADE GOODNESS!

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ON FOOD PURCHASES
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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