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April 30, 1982 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, April 30, 1982

-GOLDEN STAR

22828 WOODWARD AT 9 MILE .545-4380

I

COMBINATION DINNER SPECIAL

• ALMOND CHICKEN • FRIED RICE $
9 5
• EGG ROLL • SOUP
• TEA OR COFFEE • DESSERT
111 Reg.$6.75

COCKTAILS

Served 7

Days
Mon.-Thurs. 11-2, Fri. & Sat. 11-2, Sun. 12-1 2

352-7060

THE

Mon.-Fri.
11.8
Sat. & Sun.
9-8

DELI-RESTAURANT

10 MILE lust East of Evergreen

-OPEN FOR BREAKFAST — BRUNCH SAT.-SUN. 9 .a.m.

HOMEMADE DINNER SPECIALS

MONDAY (Sweet & Sour Stuffed Cabbage)
TUESDAY (Tender Beef Short Ribs)
WEDNESDAY (Broiled Liver & Onions)
THURSDAY (Broiled Sole Fillet)
FRIDAY (Homemade Salmon Patties)
SATURDAY (Bar-B-Q Chicken)
.
SUNDAY (Corned Beef and Cabbage)
S OUP,
. - ABOVE After so99
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DINNERS 5 P•m• 'W2
POT. BEV. BREAD

TRAYS FOR ALL* OCCASIONS

MEAT

$459

DAIRY,

1

20% 0

FREE
DELIVERY

$659
SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT -

3-5 p.m. MON-FRI.

(Reg. Prices)

Everything

(Continued from Page 33)
That's
when
P.M.
Magazine will do its fea-
ture on Excalibur, North-
western and Franklin at 12
Mile.
12TH ANNUAL Musi-
cian's Ball is May 17 at
Roma Hall . . . with five
big bands . . . For ticket info,
call the Detroit Federation
of Musicians, 345-6200.
WOULDN'T IT BE nice
if somebody found a small
place for Marie and
Michelle Bertin to weave
their French cooking magic
here? . . . The former own-
ers of Le Bordeaux are in
Florida, but would like to
return here, where Marie's
sister, Aliette, owns the
pleasant little restaurant
and bakery that bears her
name.
In the meantime, their
daughter, Stephane Gitre,
does elegant catering . .
and has a very delightful
bakery . . . at 2925 N.E.
Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla.
ANOTHER DETROIT
Bagel Factory will open
around . June . . . at site of
former Cafe Fior pizza
carry-out on Northwestern
and 12 Mile . . . next door to
Plaza Deli.
An archway will be made
in the wall between Plaza
and Detroit Bagel so that
people can go to and fro.
FOUR-PART VOCAL

LE17.1.1'S

WILL BE OPEN

SUNDAY, MAY 9
1 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Reservations Will
Be Accepted

871-1X90

Excellent Italian Cuisine

Valet Parking In Rear

harmony also makeS up the
very fine Pam Martin and
Pizzazz group at Darlin' Lil-
ly's on Orchard Lake Road
. . Pretty Pam does:the
excellent lead vocalizing
. . backed by Jim Caputo,
k* eyboard; Dave Martin (no
relation), drums; and De-
nnis Palazzolo, bass.
A DOZEN LONG-
STEM COOKIES . . .
That's what you might call
what Marty's Cookie Co. in
downtown Birmingam is
sending for folks . . By
special arrangement with
several local florists, a
dozen of Marty's chocolate
chip cookies are given
"stems" and arranged into
bouquets, complete with
real flowers, greens, ribbons
and container if desired.'
When the bbuquets are
ordered from Marty's ..
Marty or Joyce Herman de-
l
iver the often-still-warm
cookies to the florist who
creates and delivers the ar-
rangement . . . Each
cookie, individually wrap-
ped for freshness, is ready
whenever the recipient
wishes to "pick" one.
Billed as "The Definitive"
chocolate chip cookie, they
contain a full ounce of
chocolate each . . . When
not in bouquets, they are
sold individually, and aver-
age more than 2-2/3 pounds
for 12 cookies.
The cookie bouquets are
made with any of Marty's
cookie varieties, including
white chocolate with al-
monds, dark chocolate with
almonds, chocolate with
walnuts and pecans, mocha
almond chocolate, chocolate
without nuts and other
varieties.
RICHARD CREGAR is
the 1982 chairman of the
board for Michigan Restau-
rant Association, represent-
ing 1,800 members and
3,000 state dining estab-
lishments.
Other officers named
were Jim Constand, vice
chairman, owner of Jim's
Garage, and Dan Rellay,
treasurer, owner of the An-
tique Kitchen and Pancake
House, Inc. of Portage.
MRA board of directors
for three-year terms are
. . Marcia Cron, Wood-
bridge Tavern, Detroit;
Jerry Fournier, Trettco,
Inc., Farmington Hills;
Michael Gibbons, R.S.C.
Inc., Ann Arbor; Frank
Jeffs, Northern Michigan
Inns, Inc., Traverse City;
Peter Jubeck, Sir Pizza,
Inc., Lansing; David Os-
trander, Big Dave's Piz-
zeria, Oscoda; John Van-
derwouw, Cuisine Modern,
Northville; and Arthur
Weeber, Jr., Hathaway
House, Blissfield.
Also elected to the board
was Mark Fraker of Jac-
ques, Inc., Birmingham, to a
two-year term .• . and
Gary Lichtman, Superioi
Coffee Co. Detroit, to the
position of associate direc-
tor with a one-year post.
PEOPLE WHO
THOUGHT we were joking
about a Carlos O'Brien
(Continued on Page 35)



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