Friday, November 9, 1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
(Formerly Honey Tree)
Food and Spirits
MONDAY & TUESDAY EVENINGS — 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
1 1/4 lb. WHOLE LIVE
Highly regarded by the TV media and numerous local
newspapers for our famous 1/2 lb. gourmet burgers.
We have an extensive selection of fresh fish expressed or
flown in daily from Boston & the Great Lakes Region
Our menu section includes:
Mexican, Saute Salad entrees
Beau Jacks was the first restaurant to feature The
Creative Cuisine menu by the American Heart Association.
JACK & GARY COCHRAN
BEST OF EVERYTHING
Continued from preceding page
I RESERVATIONS, PLEASE 1
INCLUDES: SOUP, VEG. & POT.
ORCHARD LAKE RD. BET. 12 & 13 MILE, Farmington Hills • 851-1310
410 8 W. Maple
1 BLK. of Telegraph
1...11.1.1mml. Nummums. mmilmm I
1 22nd Anniversary Celebration 1
OUR COMPLETE DINNER MENU
I 7 days a week
AFTER 5 p.m.
Present This Coupon When Dining
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Whether Business or Pleasure,
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Experience Work For You.
American, Cantonese, Szechuan Restaurant
I 25298 Greenfield N. of 10 Mile • Oak Park • 967-3963 I
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Roll up your
sleeves and join _
in the fun during
Chuck Muer's month-
long celebration. The
hit of the party is the
generous serving of
ribs for just $7.95
(whole slabs, $10.95).
And each entree
comes with teacup
french fries and
a ball, from the
minute you strap on
your Rib Bib to when
your server presents
your clean-up towel.
This riotous rib
celebration is in full
November 18th. So
get into the party
mood and come
ta out& imwei
25485 TELEGRAPH ROAD / SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN
FOR RESERVATIONS: 358-4950
WE HAVE THE FINEST
CARRY-OUT SELECTION IN
AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES!
OPEN 7 DAYS
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
)4555 W. 12 MILE, Just West of Telegraph, Southfield
all wearing hats except Diana
. . . Both the loose and belted looks
are being shown . . . Spicy leather
and knits . . . plus a gorgeous blue,
all-suede dress with open V back
that drew much comment.
Furs by Ilya were gorgeously
styled . . . and Shalom, wearing
his own fur, probably a bit nerv-
ous at the sight of so many women
. . . He should be an experienced
veteran by now . . . Leah uses him
in almost all her shows . . . but I
guess dogs have their days, too.
Remember those enchanting
wrap-around hats? . . . They're
back . . . as are hats of every shape
Shirley Becker opening the
show with, "There's an air of ex-
citement about Detroit" . . . Hats
in audience a vogue of all kinds
. . . Jewelry on models by Ann
Wallach . . . Kathie Long, owner
of SHE in Market Place, saying
she'd like to open a cream puff
parlor . . . This gal can write a best
seller on her experiences . . . and
has always wanted to open a tea
room . . . Carmen West telling of
being the 20 percent discount
originator 27 years ago with Per-
sonally Yours, in basement of her's
and Don's Oak Park home . . . De-
licious food a Rosenberg catering
Another show of shows by pro-
ducer Leah Marks . . . and suc-
cessful Glamorama by the won-
derful lassies of Helen Rosenberg
Cancer Fighters, City of Hope .. .
a great and prideful story in itself
. . . The magnificence of this local
organization . . . and the woman,
Helen Rosenberg, its first
president, for whom the group
was renamed after her passing.
"10 GOOD YEARS" is best of
20 shows performed by Phil Esser
and Barbara Bredius . . . at Mr.
Tee's Restaurant, Clinton be-
tween Beaubien and Brush .. .
Dinner is 7 and show at 8:30 .. .
Cabaret show is 11 . . . Perform-
ances by this talented couple are
Fridays and Saturdays.
Friends are Friday and Saturday
evenings at newly-owned Gotsis
Restaurant & Lounge, Middlebelt
between Five and Six Mile.
. . .
Asthma group to aid
smokers kick habit
The Asthma and Ephysema
Association of Michigan (AEAM),
has been formed to provide pro-
vide programs and services for
persons suffering from respira-
tory illness, for the rehabilitation
of those handicapped by lung dis-
ease, and for the preservation of
AEAM, in conjunction with the
Center for Asthma, Ephysema
and Allergic Disorders, will spon-
sor a non-smoking program at the
Southfeld Sheraton Hotel Nov.
15, 7-10 p.m. as part of the "Great
American Smoke-Out." There is a
For information, contact