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March 15, 1991 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-15

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32418 Northwestern Hwy,
Between 13 & 14 Mile

Custom Catering At It's Finest

37°5190
FAX: 626-8468

DELIVERY AVAILABLE

Specialty Trays & Gift Baskets
For All Occasions

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TRADITIONAL PASSOVER
CARRY-OUT MENU

COMPLETE DINNERS

All Complete Dinners Include: Choice of Entree, Chopped Liver, Chicken
Soup with Matzo Ball, Potato Kugel, Carrot Tzimmes and Vegetables.

YOUR CHOICE OF ENTREES:

$10.50
$12.50
$14.50

Roast Chicken Dinner
Roast Beef Dinner
Combination Roast Chicken and Roast Beef Dinner
A LA CARTE MENU

each
per lb.

Gefilte Fish
Chopped Liver
Chicken Soup (1/2 Gallon with 4 Matzo Balls)

$3.25
$6.49

$6.00

$10.00
each $ .75
per lb. $5.00
$12.50
$12.50

(1 Gallon with 8 Matzo Balls)

Matzo Balls
Carrot Tzimmes (3-4 Servings per lb.)
Sweet Potatoes With Streusel (9-12 Servings)
Potato Kugel 9-12 Servings)
Roast Chicken
Roast Turkey With Matzo Stuffing & Pan Gravy

$7.50

$48.00

(12-14 lb. / 1 lb. per person)

DESSERTS

French Chocolate Cake
Cheesecake with Fresh Fruit Sauce
ORDERS MAY BE PLACED THROUGH SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1991.
SORRY, NO SUBSTITUTIONS CAN BE MADE.

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That's right, for one half hour only, 5 p.m. to
5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, Mountain
Jack's is offering any entree for just one half the
regular price!

Every member of your dining party can choose our
famous Prime Rib, a Classic or Specialty Steak, or
from our seafood and chicken selections. As always,
every entree is a complete meal with soup, salad
bar at your table, fresh baked bread and your
choice of potatoes or rice.
One half hour for one half price, it adds up to one
heck of a deal!

Offer good at our Southfield location only.
Offer not valid on holidays or with any other offer.

YAUNTAIN
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PRIME RIB • CHOICE STEAKS

26855 Greenfield Road • Southfield, 557-0570

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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1991

Marcuse Family Shares
Some Artistic Talent

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

$30.00
$20.00

1 /2 H

The mother-and-son team of Peggy Jo and Charley Marcuse.

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RAW BAR

CRAB
FEAST!
$ 1395

Only

1 1/2 Lb. Snap & Eat Crab

• Cole Slaw • Red Skins
• Corn on the Cob • Garlic Bread

Tuesday Nights Only!
5 p.m. 'til we run out!

No Reservanons No Carry-ours

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2325 Telegraph
Bloomfield Town Square (Miracle Mile)

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THE

JEWISH NEWS!

Local Columnist

W

hen Charley Mar-
cuse, age 9, of Hun-
tington Woods, isn't
attending Burton Elemen-
tary School, he's busy mak-
ing and selling pins. If he
needs creative help, he asks
his mom, Peggy Jo Wise
Marcuse, a local artist and
ombudsman for Beaumont
Hospital.

The mother-and-son team
recently had a booth at
Farmer's Market in Royal
Oak selling their wares.
Charley sells his American
flag pins in the shapes of the
different states, and he says
that Michigan is a big seller.
His pins are actually painted
puzzle pieces. Charley has
earned $200 selling his
patriotic jewelry. He plans to
donate some of his earnings
to help pay for the costs of
the Persian Gulf war. His
brother Christopher Mar-
cuse is stationed in Saudi
Arabia.

Charley also creates earr-
ings and pins using pine
cones, feathers and rhine-
stones. "I recycle everything,"
claims Charley. He does not
feel his artistic venture is a
hobby. "I just enjoy doing it,"
he says with a smile.

His mom is an accomplish-
ed painter and photogra-
pher. Years ago Mrs. Mar-
cuse owned a store on
Hamilton in Detroit and
photographed record album
covers, including some for
recording artist Neil Dia-
mond. She is now painting

Charley Marcuse with his pin col-
lection.

shoes that she calls "happy
feet."
The Marcuse family ar-
tistic talent can be viewed
and purchased at the gift
shop in the Townsend Hotel.

GOLDEN APPLE

The University of Mich-
igan Hillel and Apple com-
puters joined forces to spon-
sor the Golden Apple award
for outstanding undergrad-
uate teaching. A student
group, Students Honoring
Outstanding Undergraduate
Teaching (SHOUT), chose as-
sociate professor of psychol-
ogy Drew Westin from hun-
dreds of student nomina-
tions.

SHOUT invited Univer-
sity of Michigan students to
nominate the teacher they
felt was most outstanding

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