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November 30, 1990 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-30

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A Muffin That Is Good
For You And Still Tastes Good

Delicious News for Every Body!


Local Columnist

Introducing Bouquets Spa Brunch .. .
unforgettably fresh and flavorful cuisine
created for your good health.

► Fresh fruit, just-squeezed juices and
fragrant muffins.

► Five taste-tempting entrees to suit every
appetite — a new selection each week.

► Sinfully delicious desserts — with none of
the guilt!

Complete nutritional information is provided for all
selections, including calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium
and carbohydrates.

Bouquets Spa Brunch served Sundays,
1 1 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Reservations suggested.
Free sheltered parking for guests

Reservations: 827-4143

Radisson Plaza Hotel

® At Town Center

1 500 Town Center



Family Dining
25938 Middlebelt Rd. at 11 Mile Rd. in the Mid-11 Plaza
Farmington Hills

2 FOR $8.95


With: Soup, Salad or Vegetable (choice of two)
Choice of Potato
„ENslialr: 7 a .m. to 9 rm.
Bread Basket
SUN. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.


■•■ 11-AIIMINIA—...M1111• ■


The Restaurant
of the '90s

Quality Food, Simple
Setting, Reasonable Prices

Le Metro

Introducing Dinner Specials
5:30 p.m. to 6:30 Monday Thru Thursday
Entrees Ranging From $7.95-$9.95

29855 Northwestern Hwy. • Applegate Square • Southfield • 353.2757


isa 'n data . . .
Now Marty Benson at
American Bulk Food
in West Bloomfield Plaza has
come up with another health
kick goodie . . . It's a no fat,
no cholesterol, low sodium
muffin . . . 12 flavors . . . The
former pharmacist who got
started when a diabetic once
asked him why there wasn't
good food for people with his
ailment, must stay awake
nights thinking of formulas
for his rapid-selling favorites
. . . The muffins are available
only at Marty's West Bloom-
field store . . . Others in his
chain haven't gotten them
Also on the health wave
length is Matt Brady's on
Southfield north of 13 Mile
. . . Big in popularity is its
new turkeyburger sand-
wiches to go along with the
operation's hamburgers .. .
Matt's turkeyburgers are
gaining much "You can't tell
the difference" popularity.
Catering by Dennis (Dennis
and Fran Chatlin) recently
received a big honor when the
James Beard Foundation,
considered by many to be
North America's foremost
culinary center, named it as
one of only five Michigan
caterers listed in the founda-
tion's first publication, The
Food Professionals Guide, a
comprehensive directory of
food resources.
Few people know him as
Sol, it's just Choky Meyers,
but a hole-in-one by any name
is still a hole-in-one . . . And
that's what the very proud
75-year-old former localite
now living in Margate, Fla.,
got on the 139-yard eighth
hole with a six-wood at
Camino Del Mar Country
Club in Boca Raton . . . It was
quite a day for Choky . . . He
also sank a 165-yard ap-
proach shot to eagle (2 under
par) the 17th hole . . . With
him in the foursome were
Norman Bernstin, Charles
Licano and John Tyner.
Congrats . . . to Robert and
Andi Lawton . . . on their
third anniversary.
Note to Rhea and Paul
Green . . . According to
Shirley Berman and Nate
Light, name of the movie
house that followed when
Littman's Peoples Yiddish
Theatre closed on 12th Street
back in the early '40s was the
Although his Crosswinds

Mall spot won't be open yet,
Manuel Chavez, bossman at
Ristorante di Modesta on
Northwestern will have his
Manuel's Mexican Restau-
rant supplying the food for
Crosswinds' Holiday Fiesta
Fantasy, Dec. 7, from 7 p.m.
"til the margaritas run out"
on Orchard Lake Road and
Lone Pine Road . . . $10 ad-
vance donation or $15 at the
door will be for the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation to whom
tax deductible checks may be
made out . . . Music by Bugs
Beddow, Lambada by Dance
Art, auction, prizes and stores
open until 11 p.m.
Congrats . . . to Rose Gor-
don Diamond . . . on her 90th
birthday . . . She was recently
honored with a testimonial
resolution by the Detroit Ci-
ty Council . . . Rose had
taught in the Detroit school
system, both regular school

Many stores and
restaurants have
joined the new
wave of healthier
foods. Offerings
range from muffins
to healthier ways
of cooking.

and then the mentally retard-
ed . . . 40 years . . . Party by
her children, daughter Marge
and Steve Ziff and daughter
Mimi and Jay Werber, was at
Southfield Marriott Hotel.
Just a get-together of the
old gang . . . and oh, so many
wonderful memories . . . Was
recently at home of Joe and
Nita Silberschein for the
group that began 50 years ago
as the independent Lucky 11
Club . . . Next came the title
of Rex Club, also an indepen-
dent, and then Rex Chapter
309, A.Z.A., only group in the
organization with its own
name . . . The fellows went on
to become Rex Chapter,
BBYO, with its outstanding
Club Chez LeRoix mock
nitery presentation that was
such a big hit years back.
Joe and Nita, Bob and
Rema Burk, Sam Finegood,
Marty and Shirley Band,
Harold Finegood and Halley
Ryan, Mary and Lorraine
Canner, Art and Carol
Plotkin, Jack and Barbara
Ginsburg, Murray and Millie
Hozman, Leonard and Eileen
Silber, Herb and Nancy We-
ingarden, Mary Adler and

Jerry and Roz Licht . . .
Naturally some bits from the
Chez Le Roix minstrel show
. . . and certainly old photos
brought out by Nita . . . Joe
singing songs from Fiddler
On The Roof in which he star-
red at Tam O'Shanter Coun-
try Club . . . along with Guys
'n Dolls . . . Harold and
Halley singing Gaelic duet
. . . Halley singing "Danny
Boy" in Gaelic, Jack
Ginsburg with the jokes .. .
and everybody asking "When
are we getting together

Congrats . . . to Joe and
Nita . . . on their 42nd
If an employee at any Uni-
que Restaurant Corp. restau-
rant that serves liquor comes
to your table and asks, "Is
everything all right?" you get
a free round of drinks.
The large 1948 Bose plates
upon which other plates with
food are served and the spark-
ling glasses told folks that a
class operation was catering
the recent Southfield Boards
& Commissions Appreciation
Night dinner . . . They don't
come much better than the
Golden Mushroom . . . with
Master Chef Milos Cihelka
and Executive Chef Steve
Allen getting much applause
while co-owner Reid Ashton
looked on proudly and day
manager Kevin Franz made
sure everything went along
Fifth annual Alzheimer's
Association "Chocolate
Jubilee" this Sunday at
Somerset Inn, W. Big Beaver
Troy, will have over 30
chocolatiers showing their
creations and giving out free
samples . . . Sorry, no samples
of the diamonds to be shown
by the bevy of jewelers .. .
Doreen Hermelin is chairper-
son . . . with "Chocolate
Jubilee" open to the public 2
to 4 p.m. . . . $25 per person
includes samples of all types
of chocolates, including can-
dies, dessert items, drinks, ice
creams and chocolate
novelties and a looksee at the
millions of dollars worth of
Knights of Pythias, Detroit
Lodge 55, is still going strong
. . . Meeting Tuesday even-
ings on Coolidge Highway in
Berkley . . . While many
other fraternal groups lose
members without replacing
them, Detroit 55, with its rich
class initiated Ted Freund,
Harold Allen, Dennis Mon-
droe, Lester Weiner, Norman
Berlin and Cy Jacobs.

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