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December 14, 1990 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-14

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WE HAVE
THE LOWEST PRICES
ANYWHERE OF
TOP QUALITY CARRY-OUT DELI

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Banquet Rooms Ayailble
For Any Occasion

YOU CAN TELL THE DIFFERENCE
WITH OUR HOMEMADE GOODNESS!

From 100 to 400

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We Can Assist Your Party Needs With Every-
thing From Hors D'Oeuvres and Cocktails
To A Sitdown Black Tie Affair.

ON OUR BEAUTIFUL ;
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I MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS
With This Coupon
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For More Information, Please Call

666-4440

Your Hosts: Bill Michess and Bill White
Your Hostess: Juanita

MITCH'S II

• Expires 12-30-90

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Arnkoff menorah
at DSOH home.
Judy Cantor, Diane Klein
and Doreen and David
Hermelin. Bernice and
Morris Arnkoff loaned a
beautiful menorah that was
displayed near the table.
Some of the items were anti-
ques. One 15th century pit-
cher contained ceremonial
objects from Shabbat,
Passover, Chanukah and
Sukkot. One menorah folded-
for travelling, while another
was enclosed in glass.
Some of the council
members that helped with
the holiday home tour
were Marilyn Ash, Renee
Mann, Millie Simon,
Arlene Gould and Harriet
Alpern.
JNF DINNER
The Jewish National Fund
held their annual "Tree of

The seventh grade
students helped
the JARC residents
make menorahs
and dreidels for
Chanukah. Both
groups like the
interaction and will
continue to meet
on a monthly
basis.

Life Award Dinner" in
tribute to entrepreneur
Frank Stella at Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek on Dec. 6
with David Hermelin as
master of ceremonies.
A forest near Jerusalem
will be planted with 25,000
trees in honor of Mr. Stella.
Some of the people spotted in
the crowd included Marcia
and Roger Fenton, Jim
Alexander, Scott and
Mindy Eisenberg, Jack
and Aviva Robinson,
David and Linda Rouff
and Keith and Svetlana
Braun. ❑

DELIVERY

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Across From Oakland Pontiac Airport
Pontiac, Mich.

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WE HAVE DELICIOUS HOMEMADE
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• HOMEMADE COLE SLAW
• HOMEMADE POTATO SALAD
• HOMEMADE CHICKEN SALAD
• HOMEMADE TUNA SALAD
• HOMEMADE EGG SALAD

@DG 1990

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WE COOK
OUR OWN
CORNED BEEF
& PASTRAMI

I OPEN 7 DAYS 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. I

1990
New Year's Eve Celebration!

STAR DELI

lunch from 11:00 until 3:00 - open beating
dinner from 3:00 until 8:00 - open seating
new years celebration dinner 9:30 until 230 - tickets only

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352-7377
Us Cater
* ir Your Let Next
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dancing to Pam Martin and Pizzazz

featuring:
a medley of hors d'oeurves
Belgian endive and limestone salad "AnglaisH
choice oh
grilled Norwegian salmon with tomato basil vinagrette
1/2 Dover sole suate Muniere
Amish chicken breast Chasseur
16 oz. broiled veal porterhouse
24 oz. New York sirloin "Excalibur"
grilled double rib lamb chops Mandiera
entrees served with oven roasted potato and vegetable
bouquetierre



In the last 40 years, the
death rate from heart
attack has dropped 34%
the death rate from con-
genital heart defects is
down 41%
and the death rate from
stroke is down 60%.
The American Heart
Association of Michigan
is 40 years old.

for dessert an enticing Selection of pastries and sweets presented
at your table

150.00 per couple (not including liquor. tax and gratuity)

358-3355

Franklin Road at Northwestern Hwy & 12 Mile

American Heart
Association

ORCHARD FAMILY RESTAURANT

ON ORCHARD LAKE ROAD

30894 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT 14 MILE
IN THE K•MART SHOPPING CENTER
623-0318

NOW OPEN UNDER
OLD OWNERSHIP

HOMEMADE SOUPS • HOMEMADE STUFFED CABBAGE • HOMEMADE FLANKEN
DOUBLE-BAKED RYE BREAD • BAKED OR BBQ CHICKEN • FISH • HOMEMADE BLINTZES
CARRY-OUT ON ALL MENU ITEMS • TRAY CATERING

ALSO VISIT US AT OUR SECOND RESTAURANT
6393 FARMINGTON ROAD NORTH OF MAPLE • 626-3722
ORCHARD LAKE RD. OPEN TIL 4 — FARMINGTON RD. TIL 9

of Michigan

A United Way Agency

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2 FOR 1

ENJOY OUR EARLY BIRD MENU

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ... 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
PURCHASE ONE EARLY BIRD NER
DIN GET SECOND
AT NO CHARGE . . . EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE

7295 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT NORTHWESTERN HWY.
IN ROBIN'S NEST SHOPPING CENTER
L West Bloomfield

737-0160

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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