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New Restaurant Opens in Village

It's called Chez Leon, a new restaurant with a distinctive menu.

Named after Dr. Leon M. Lederman, Fermilab's director designate who was one of the main forces in establishing the Users Center in the Village, the restaurant is in the Users Center. It serves lunch on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. and dinners on Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. The price for a lunch will be $3.50 and for a dinner $6. A wine list is available, with drinks costing an additional amount.

Reservations are encouraged and may be made by calling Helen McCulloch in the Central Laboratory at Ext. 3126 and Sue Morchi, after 4 p.m., in the Users Center at Ext. 3524.

Tita Jensen, the talented chef and wife of Fermilab physicist Hans Jensen, said the menus will be distinctive and not likely to be found elsewhere in the area.