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Sitka Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Sitka, Alaska Page it Dally Sitka Sentinel Sitka Alaska wednesday August 13.1980and they gel what they want concert stars have strange expensive tastes by Lee Linder associated press writer Philadelphia apr concert stars have strange and expensive tastes that include a yen for tigers milk raw fish or oranges grown Only for squeezing and the worlds biggest caterer is Happy to oblige a during concert Tours what the stars want the stars get a said Charles Latour president of Ara serv the provider of food and drink in scores of stadiums and Arenas across the nation Ara serv is a division of Ara services inc. Which served thousands of athletes at the Mexico City Montreal and Lake Placid olympics but vetoed the multimillion Dollar Job in Moscow because Russia insisted on soviet army Cooks. A we manage gourmet restaurants we manage executive dining rooms we manage cafeterias we manage food service in hospitals and on air planes but honestly we did no to feel we could manage the soviet army a said William Fishman the 64-year-old Boss of the $15 billion Philadelphia based company concert stars though Are different wherever the Rock group a Rosmith appears it demands tigers milk and Ara serv obtains the exotic protein health drink made of cows milk brewery a yeast soy Flower and either Orange juice concentrate or a banana heart an All female band insists on sipping a protein powdered carbonated soda before confronting their fans on stage and they also bring along a Squeezer for dozens of oranges that must be in their dressing room a your managers usually get 48 hours to fill a grocery list from lobster and Yogurt chips to lasagna noodles and guacamole dip and Wash it Down with stuff ranging from the cheapest wine to the rarest Champagne a said Latour beverage orders sometimes Are staggering and often born of practicality for instance the metropolitan opera requires distilled water backstage for stars who done to want to injure valuable throats with local tap water possibly tainted with chemicals Lawrence Welk drinks two glasses of milk before striking up his band Liberace demands three quarts of Ginger ale Blue grass Singer Charlie Daniels often orders 50 cases of Beer for his group Rocker ted Nugent prefers French red Bordeaux years 1961 or 1966, while Barry Manilow requests Apricot Brandy Quot one night s wine Only in the dressing room of the Rock band the who Cost $700,�?� Latour said a and the Bill for feeding Barry Manilow and his Road Crew tor three Days Ai Providence civic Center was $5,000.�?� he reports there was a time when prices were cheaper that Singer a Tom Jones ordered 25 cases of chivas regal scotch to give to doormen and chauffeurs. Latour acknowledges the menu demands create problems and Force ingenuity. Kiss a Rock band came Back from a japanese engagement in love with an Oriental dish Cal e of raw fish clams and shrimp and that a what they wanted served for a Providence r i. Engagement. A finding a raw fish dinner in Providence meant a dozen phone Calls before the Ara manager discovered a tiny out of the Way japanese restaurant with a chef who spoke no English a said Latour. A the Phoenix Ariz civic Center had a Day of panic when trying to Supply enough Ginger ale for Liberace. A bartender saved them when he demonstrated the method of mixing 7-up with a dab of cola and Presto Ginger ale. Luckily at the last minute the managers came up with an adequate Supply and did no to have to rely on chemistry a and As if special food and liquor Isnit enough some stars demand feeding on exact schedule. A the eagles give a very specific time such As 6 32 . Or 12 01 a m., which must be net on the very Dot or they done to pay a Latour said. A the electric Light orchestra is typical of bands who have Roundt Hemlock meals starting with breakfast at 6 and continuing to breakfast the next there Are other eccentricities a Neil Diamond requests fresh Flowers to accompany food a Latour said. A heart needs a dozen dethroned roses on hand. And when Fleetwood Mac played a thanksgiving Day concert they dined afterwards on a Complete Home style Turkey dinner served on the finest Kennedy undecided Isuf a nne by wins Ptah on Cutter support Carter arrives claim nomination new York apr sen Edward Kennedy the vanquished challenger whose oratory electrified the democratic National convention has not decided whether to join president Carter on the podium in a closing show of Unity thursday night a spokesman said today a the just Hasni to made up his mind a said the spokesman who asked not to be identified by name. The spokesman said Carter called Kennedy on the Telephone late tuesday and complimented him on his speech the two men did not arrange to meet the aide said. A if the president wants a meeting with the senator he knows How to Call a the aide said Kennedy scheduled few Public appearances during the Day arranging to take his wife Joan to lunch before she leaves for the family Home on Cape cod and to play Tennis during the afternoon. The spokesman said Kennedy planned to meet in his hotel suite with several friends and to talk by Telephone with some supporters Kennedy spent the morning Reading the newspapers which carried Long stories about his convention appearance. He also watched Carters arrival in new York on television the spokesman said. Kennedy returned to the Waldorf Astoria late tuesday after publicly congratulating Carter and predicting the party will reunite and a March toward a democratic Victory in 1980 a he ignored reporters questions about whether he will formally endorse the president or join him at the podium before the close of the convention thursday night after the speech which touched off a 40-minute demonstration of cheering and poster waving Kennedy strategists struck a Deal that resulted in the senators Victory on several key economic planks in the party platform Kennedy a address the first to capture the attention of the thousands on the convention floor was scheduled to enable the senator to Appeal for Delegate support of economic proposals that Kennedy had made the focus of his presidential Campaign Sullivan picks Porter for Anchorage Post Anchorage a Brian Porter acting Anchorage police chief since february was appointed to the Post full time by mayor George Sullivan on tuesday. But the Anchorage Assembly which must confirm the selection postponed action on the appointment for one week Assembly members said they wanted time to discuss the selection process and to meet personally with Kelly. The selection process has been embroiled in controversy since last month when Sullivan a first Choice Rowan Kelly withdrew from consideration after revelations that he was fired from an earlier Post in Pennsylvania for misconduct Kelly a background was a uncovered by newspaper investigations after the municipality refused to make Public the names and applications of the finalists chosen by a citizens screening committee Sullivan a second pick has been delayed since then by Legal wrangling Between the municipality and the Anchorage daily news Over disclosure of the names and backgrounds of the finalists. When Sullivan first passed Over Porter it prompted a groundswell of local support including full Page newspaper advertisements a they the Community were very supportive of his being the chief and i think that a important a Sullivan said. Porter who has been with the Anchor Are police department for 20 years was Active in the police Union and some of the mayors critics charged that was Why he did no to get the Job in the first place Sullivan denied that porters Union activities had anything to do with the selection. The other finalist Michael of Mara of Chicago a longtime policeman now on temporary duty As administrator for the Illinois state attorney in Cook county praised Sullivan a action earlier of Mara had offered to withdraw his name if it would smooth the selection process new York a president Carter arrived in new York today to claim the democratic presidential nomination praising Defeated rival Edward m Kennedy and predicting that a unified party will a whip the republicans in the november elections but questions about a reconciliation with Kennedy Hung Over his 55-hour visit to the democratic National convention City the president said he definitely would meet Here with the Massachusetts senator although he did not know exactly when at a reception following a welcoming rally at his Midtown hotel Carter told mayors and other local and state officials that Kennedy a speech before emotionally charged convention delegates tuesday night was a one of the greatest political speeches i be Ever heard a he said the address a will go a Long Way to unifying our nation and guaranteeing a Victory in on his arrival at Newark International Airport across the Hudson River in new Jersey Carter said he had called Kennedy afterwards a and congratulated Himon a wonderful we Reserve the right to limit rear door parking colonial liquor new service colonial liquors now has Nonnye a shopping service. Delivery to your Home for your safety and convenience Call us for details. 747-8484 old. And signatures required on All delivery on de a Beer specials a super buys i Rainier % cold pack j 12-12 of. Cans \ d save Premium Michelob Light or regular 24 12 of. Bottles Case 3&Quot wine specials californian Best buy Sebastiani pinot noir Blanc Eye of the Swan 750 my size Only to from France % save 2.00 each or 3 for $2&Quot 895 Fafa Sichel 1978 Pouilly suisse l5rs�?oii85 or 3 for 3575 liquor specials save �?~1.41 each save 3.66 each Canadian Canadian lord Calvert i a a a us a smooth Canadian whiskey $79 a Large 1.75 liter $859 $5575 750 my size Only or 3 for a Quot bottle $2235 0n,y or 3 for it in remarks at the hotel reception the president looked ahead to the fall Campaign against Republican nominee Ronald Reagan saying it will a let the american people really see the Sharp Stark differences Between what the two parties stand for and a Between two men who represent such a brutal difference in their concept of America now and their concept of our future he said the republicans had made promises a that will never be carried out because they will never serve in this White House in the next four years Quot arriving at the Sheraton Centre his Headquarters hotel Carter told a cheering band of some 200 supporters a throughout this year and throughout the last four years you have shown your Confidence in me we have faced formidable Odds in the past and we have never been Defeated on major issues i have no doubt we will be victorious in november Quot Carter his party a overwhelming Choice for president at its convention in this City four years ago returned As an incumbent burdened by questions within democratic ranks about his chances for a second term but he said. A i am. Grateful for a party which at the end of this convention will be United and vice president Walter Fritz Mondale and i will be willing to serve four More years beginning in the president noted his Success monday night in the fight to preserve a party Rule requiring delegates to vote for the candidate they were elected to represent a my heart goes out in thanksgiving to the delegates who did such a wonderful Job protecting the integrity of the primary system and honouring the votes of 19 million democrats who expressed their will this year a he said. Presidential appointments Secretary Phil Wise asked How Carter would spend today in new York As the convention prepares to nominate him tonight said he will concen trate on polishing his acceptance speech he will deliver thursday night. The president was accompanied on the 45-minute flight from Washington by his wife Rosalynn daughter Amy Mother in Law Albe Smith and two of his grandchildren Jason 5, and Sarah 1they Are the children of Jack Carter and his wife Judy in Newark the president Shook hands with approximately too members of the new Jersey convention delegation. On his arrival in new York Carter was greeted by gov Hugh Carey mayor Edward Koch and sen. Daniel Moynihan. Renomination was his need ing Only the formal vote tonight but the president came to his Day of Victory without a unified party offering support from its various constituencies and with Many democrats openly worried that a ticket with Carter at the top will pull them Down to defeat in november Dick Dray be Kennedy a spokesman said he did not know if the senator would stay for the acceptance speech. Or. 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Steinfeldt a r sauerkraut 69many in store specials produce buys Broccoli 99 zucchini.49� apricots 49 in seedless grapes 1.29 it

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