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January 01, 1993 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-01

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DELICATESSEN

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On the West Side

WE WILL BE OPEN
NEW YEAR'S DAY 4 p.m. TO 10 p.m.

You and a guest are cordially invited to enjoy
one complimentary dinner entree when a sec-
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purchased.

• Lobster Excluded
• One Check Per Table
Expires 1-7-93

• Valid Mon. thru Thurs.
• Specials Excluded
• Dine In Only

`Enjoy a Nutritious Lunch For Under $5f

Complete Dinners include
choice of potato, veg., soup or
salad & fresh baked rye bread.
SUN: BROILED WHITEFISH $ 495

Fresh & Broiled to Perfection

MON: STUFFED CABBAGE

$495

Homemade with Sweet & Sour

TUE: HUGE 1/2 ROASTED CHICKEN

Fresh Roasted-try it with BBQ sauce $495

WED: BAKED SHORT RIBS $ 695

Taste so good in the winter

THU: PORK ROAST

$595

A Super Healthy Portion

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*$5 OFF

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With This Coupon

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• 10 Person Minimum

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THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER

Adam, have no theater
aspirations.
His decision to remain
in Israel resulted in his
being part of the coun-
try's defense forces.
While some service as-
signments tapped his
musical talents, others
utilized his language
skills as a foreign media
liaison.
"After the Six-Day
War, Danny Kaye came
to Israel to perform for
the troops, and I was
asked by the army to
accompany him, be his
interpreter, perform with
him and introduce him,"
Mr. Burstyn recalled.
"He was my idol so it
was a tremendous expe-
rience. He was in Israel
for about a month, tour-
ing army bases and hos-
pitals. We became quite
close."
During the Gulf War in
1992, Mr. Burstyn left
The Rothschilds to serve
as a reservist with the
Army Spokeman's Office.
"When the war broke
out, I got on a plane and
went over," the enter-
tainer reported. "I was
able to be there for about
a week and then come
back into the show. I just
couldn't sit in New York
while that was going on.
"Most frightening were
the gas masks, especially
the first time you put
one on and had to sit in a
sealed room not knowing
what was going on out-
side.
"Everybody had a gas
mask, and we had to
keep them with us wher-
ever we went. Then it
became like normal, and
it's strange how people
can get accustomed to
things like that.
"People still have
them. They were provid-
ed by the Israeli govern-
ment."
Aside from his army
service, he performs to
raise money for the
Friends of the Israel
Defense Forces, which is
like the USO. He has
done a 2 1/2 hour telethon,
which was broadcast
Dec. 20 over the Jewish
television network.
Other causes impor-
tant to him include the
Israeli cystic fibrosis
organization. He is presi-

dent, becoming involved
after a close friend died
of the disease. He also is
active with the United
Jewish Appeal.
As Mr. Burstyn pre-
pares to portray business
and entertainment ty-
coon Mike Todd, reading
biographical information
and watching films, he
remains enthusiastic
about his enduring
career:
"This is my 40th year
in show business, which
is a long time. But I
started as a kid, and so I
feel very lucky to have
been a performer for so
many years and able to
maintain an even level,
not to have risen and
fallen too quickly.
"A lot of people have
heard of me and have
known me throughout
the years, and I'm grate-
ful to the audiences that
still come and see me
over and over again." ❑

Moscow Artist
Opens Gallery

Moscow artist Luda Tcher-
niak will open the Luda Art
Gallery in downtown Ro-
chester. The gallery will
show Ms. Tcherniak's Land-
scape series. Based on the
great Impressionist Masters,
her use of texture and
palette results in works of
hyper-realism and passion.
Born in Moscow, Ms. Tch-
erniak studied at the Moscow
Art School and studied scenic
and costume design at the In-
stitute of Theatrical Artists.
She also worked for the state
Historical Museum develop-
ing architectural renderings
for historic Moscow church-
es. She designed costumes
and scenery for several state
theatres of drama, opera, and
ballet.
The Luda Art Gallery is lo-
cated at 103 B, East Fourth.
Street, in downtown Roches-
ter. Hours are Wednesday
through Saturday noon-9
p.m. or by appointment. For
information, call Luda Tch-
erniak, 652-7052.

`Wizard'
At The Fox

The Fox Theatre will show
The Wizard of Oz Jan. 22-24.
A special event for families,
all movie patrons 12 and un
der will receive a free lunch.
Movie-goers will enjoy a
concert on the Fox Theatre
Wurlitzer organ.

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