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July 10, 1992 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-10

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FINE ARTS

The new Chuck Muer restaurants...

Sacred Art

A place where friends and family gather for great times
" A winner with its wide ranging menu
and its lively but not over powering piano bar."
Molly Abraham - Detroit Free Press
West Bloomfield, MI (313) 855-5584

Continued from preceding page

4 Mimes Seafood & Magnum's Steaks

Chuck Muer's seafood and Johnny Magnum's beef
" Generous portions, delicious, and a good value for the money.
Service is in the true Muer tradition of excellence."
Danny Raskin - Jewish News
Farmington Hills, MI (313) 478-2010

BIG FISH

A CHUCK MUER RESTAURANT

Number one for socializing, entertaining
and special occasion dining.
" Best of all I like being treated like a big fish
in a not so small pond."
Jane Rayburn - Detroit News
Dearborn, MI (313) 336-6350

Membership
Has Its Privileges®



CHARLEY'S CRAB

MERIWETHER'S

RIVER CRAB

TROY, MI

SOUTHFIELD, MI

ST. CLAIR, MI

(313) 879-2060

(313) 358-1310

(313) 329-2261

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like are ornate, delicate,
complex designs."
And no repetition, please.
"I have no set designs that I
use over and over," she says.
"It's less boring that way."
She draws inspiration
from old ketubot, from
greeting cards, from maga-
zines and from artists'
studios in Israel, where she
lived for a year with an aunt.
Even an advertisement for a
bank in India gave her an
idea for designs on a
ketubah.
Usually, Mrs. Schwartz
first creates the ketubah's
art work, then does the
calligraphy for the marriage
text. Even one mistake in
the text renders a ketubah
void.
In addition to ketubot, she
has designed art for an
Eyshet Chayil, a Book of
Proverbs chapter in praise of
the wife, and a Mizrach,

placed on an eastern wall to
remind those praying the
direction of Jerusalem.
Mrs. Schwartz's favorite
medium is gouache, a honey-
based paint which produces
a watercolor feel, but with-
brighter colors. And while
today she uses professional '-
fountain and calligraphy
pens, for many years she
preferred a set she received
from her mother.
The set includes a gold
pen, a tiny penknife and a
lead pencil, once used by J
Mrs. Horowitz herself. As a
girl, Rachel had admired the
set and dreamed of owning
it.
Thelkla Horowitz con-
tinues to be her daughter's
greatest fan.
"I remember when I sold
my first piece," she says.
"My mother was so excited
— she almost started cry-
ing." ❑

Don't leave home without it

" The Friends of Chuck Muer Restaurants" receive

SPECIAL TREATMENT AND FREE MEALS. Ask your server for details.

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Executive Chef Remy

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SUMMER DE-LIGHT MENU

DELICATESSEN
RESTAURANT
Finally, A Good Deli
On the West Side

'10.9 5

From
• Brook Trout wrapped in Romaine Lettuce, Stuffed
with Spinach, Mushroom Duxelle.
• Fresh Amish Breast of Chicken en Croute
Plus Tapas Menu Items

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Not Valid With
Discounts or Coupons

Join Us For
Brunch On
Father's Day
This Sunday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Kings[ep Inn

Woodward at Long Lake Road • Bloomfield Hills •

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642-0100

1/11XEFATYPETIMRATTER7

(Tabouli, Baba Ganush & Hummus)

With 2 Or More Entrees

Sun. Thru Thurs. From 4 .2.m.

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Open 7 Days:
Mon.-Thurs. 11-11
Fri. & Sat. 11-12
Sun. 4-10

Fashion Show
with Denice
Every Wed. 12-2

DADY SPARE RIDS

Mondays & Tuesdays

RACK OF LAMB

With Madeira Wine Sauce

dteeZt

Mideastern Cuisine

32425 Northwestern Hwy. Bet. Middlebelt & 14 Mile • 932-2540

62

FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1992

With
Coupon

Expires

7.31-92

Only I coupon necessary per table

SEAFOOD PLATTER . .$7.95

Icelandic Cod, Clams & Shrimp, Reg. $8.95

FISH & CHIPS

Artist Peter Max donated an original oil and acrylic painting of a
heart to Sinai Hospital during his one-man show at the Danielle
Peleg Gallery in West Bloomfield. Sinai Hospital President and CEO
Phillip Schaengold and Chief of Staff Norman Bolton are shown
with the artwork.

$5.95

Friday Only — All You Can Eat

BROILED WHITEFISH . $5.95

ENTERTAINMENT I

Reg. S7.95

PERCH DINNER

$6.95

Reg. $7.95

STUFFED CABBAGE . . .$5.95

Includes Soup or Salad, Potato, Vegetable
and Fresh-Baked Rye Bread.

35572 Grand River
Farmington Hills, MI 48335

At Drake Rd.
In The Muirtvood Square
Shopping Center

476-1190

HOURS:
Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

We are winning.

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AMERICAN

SOGETY
CANCER '

Satire In Song
With A Jewish Beat

MICHAEL ELKIN

Special to The Jewish News

F

unny, he doesn't sound
Jewish.
"Oh, yes I do," says
Allan Lieberman with a
chuckle.
Indeed, it is the sound that
is funny, adds Evanston, Ill.,
resident Lieberman, proud
of his album of parodies all
done to a Jewish beat.

Mr. Lieberman recorded
"Thank God I'm a Jewish
Boy" as a thank you to the
history of his people.

Indeed, the album title is a --
comical send-up of John
Denver's "Thank God I'm a
Country Boy."
Of course, Allan Lieber-
man's idea of a country song
runs more to "Romania,
Romania." "There has been
a void in Jewish song
parodies since the end of
Mickey Katz's career," says
Mr. Lieberman of the late
legendary Yiddish yukster. j
"I'm hoping to help fill
that void."
Will they see oy-to-oy with
his renditions of "Justin
Stein," a take-off of "Just in

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