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February 03, 1989 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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bud wish is immediately put
into the works . . . ready for
the pickup time you
designate . . . Now, if
Large Antipasto or
somebody can invent a way to
Large Greek Salad when you present this coupon
fax the food over.
upon ordering
YES, IT'S STILL winter
nt
discount
used with any
Not to be ..................
. . . but Key Largo Restaurant
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in Walled Lake would rather
you forgot . . . and started
thinking warm weather .. .
LIVONIA • 261-3550
FARMINGTON HILLS • 855-4600
That's why its Goombay
33605 Plymouth (W. of Farmington)
31646 Northwestern Hwy. (W. of Middlebelt)
Festival this Sunday, 4 p.m. to
WATERFORD • 683-3636
ROYAL OAK • 549-8000
9 p.m. is expected to be such
4300 Highland Rd. (M-59)
4264 N. Woodward (6 Blks. N. of 13 Miley
(Corner of Pontiac Lake Rd.)
(carry out only)
a hit.
Every summer, in the
streets of the Bahamas,
Goombay Festivals are
celebrated . . . with colorful
costumes and rhythmic
Home Baked Challah
pulsating sounds.
Available
Fri., Sat., Sun.
The Key Largo tropical par-
and Holidays
ty is a benefit for Children's
(W. Bloomfield Store
Center, an agency providing
Only)
mental health services to
children and their families
. . . Last year, Children's
Center treated 2,400
youngsters.
Bahamian dancers and
music of The Tropical Connec-
Come home to the natural taste of handmade breads
tion Steel Drum Band will be
West Bloomfield
Rochester
featured entertainment .. .
4301 Orchard Lake Road
818 N. Main Street
Among the prizes being given
Crosswinds Mall
652-1280
away is a Bahamas vacation
737-1959
from Key Iburs, $500 gift cer-
Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
tificate from Sidney Krandall
and Sons Jewelers, and a
pampered night on the town
including a limousine ride
and dinner at Key Largo.
IT'S DEFINITE . . . Steve
and Edie Gorme will headline
• Cocktails ED
Award-winning
this year's dinner-dance, May
restaurant
6, at Westin Hotel . . . by
for the
Michigan Cancer. Foundation
budget-minded
. . . with 1,500 expected to at-
tend . . . Honorary co-chair-
family.
persons will be Marcia and
Gene Applebaum.
Fresh, wholesome
TONY BENNETT will be
food, complete-
featured in concert by MCF
menu for all ages.
Circle of Fellows, Feb. 12, at
Livonia Mall on Middlebelt
. . . Circle of Fellows, support
22740 Woodward Ave., just south of 9 Mile Rd.
the research, education and
Ferndale
prevention programs of
544.7933
Michigan Cancer Foundation
with annual contributions of
I
$500 or more . . . Members
will enjoy cocktails and din-
ner and an afterglow to meet
with Tony Bennett . . . Non-
patron seats are available for
$25 . . . Black tie is optional
With This Ad — Dine In or Carry-Out
. . . For more info, call Lizz
OPEN 7 DAYS, MON.-SAT. 10-9, SUN. 12-8
Mitchell at MCF, 833-0710.
Your Hosts: Larry and Mimi Friedman and Mike and Susie Glanzrock
MARDI GRAS
at-
mosphere of balloons, confet-
ti, Cajun cuisine and a brass
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IN
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