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November 13, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

tue, and correct all the vice
of the first, and of nature it-
self.

Counsel and conversation
are a second education,
which improve all the vir-

LUNCHEON SPECIAL 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

2 FOR 1

SEAFOOD, C1,1 1IN A E OR CHICKEN

FRIDAY -- ALL DAY

FISH & CHIPS

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

SUNDAYS — NOON TO 5 p.m.
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
ON MANY ITEMS

CIRO'

1535 CASS LAKE RD.

Y. Mile N. of Orchard Lake Rd.

■1■34 4°

68

What's Cookin' At

Silvt

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All You Can Eat
Daily Specials

MONDAY — VEAL PARMIGIANA DINNER

43.50

a)

Chose of soup or salad. potato. vegetable, roll and butter

TUESDAY — FRIED CLAMS & CHIPS

.53.50

Cole slaw and roll



WEDNESDAY — SPAGHETTI DINNER

$2.95

THURSDAY — LIVER J. ONIONS

$2.95

Soup or salad and roll .

Chose of soup or salad, potato and roll .

FRIDAY — FISH a CHIPS

(el

$2.95

Cole slaw and rot

FRIED CHICKEN

SATURDAY a SUNDAY

Chose of soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roe and butter

4=1Cati,

34410 FORD RD.

111

Dilimew lboont pd)

WESTLAND 728-1303

Mon -Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sun 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

ID

MILE and Meadowbrook

(A a P Pair)

NOVI 349-2885

Mon. thru Thurs. and Sat. 7 .m.-9 p.m.
Fn. 7 a m.-10 p.m. Sun. 7 a.m -8 p.m.

COMING SOON -
IN SOUTHFIELD

ANOTHER SILVERMAN'S

DELTA DENTAL TOWER-14 BLDG.

ACROSS PROM MICHKIAN INN

The New

PICELE
SARREL

12 MILE & EVERGREEN, Southfield
IN THE EVERGREEN PLAZA

DINNER SPECIALS

OLD

MBI ONLY— NOV. 13 THRU NOV. 19

INED THE POT ....$5 25
FILET OF SOLE ALmotumNE $495
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN • .$4 95
$450
LIVER & ONIONS

NC.: SIB WM PIT., EL & NEU BASKET

IN MICHIGAN!

MADE FROM A FAMOUS NEW RECIPE! $030

WE WO ONLY — NOV. 13 THRU mv.19 ...
TRY OUR GREAT WE HOMEMADE
BBEIffill REMO=

AL NHS: Na 11-3, hes-lbrs. 11-I, Fri. 11 - 12, St M-U, Sa 11-1



The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 36)
When the army yearned
to return, he reluctantly
began the long journey
home, but never reached
Greece . . . contracting a
fever in Babylon and dying
in his early thirties.
The wall at Alexander's
Restaurant in Oak Park is a
wonderful lesson in history
. and most interesting.
HOW DO YOU like that
idea at West East Ethnic
Restaurant on N. Perry in
Pontiac . . . The Chinese,
Korean, Indian, French and
American eatery gives
every customer an account
number . . . At the end of
the year, they get a rebate
based on how much they
spent.
Ever want to own a res-
taurant? . . . Anyone can
have shares for $5 either by
buying them or working for
them at the West East
Ethnic Restaurant.
GOOD WAITRESS
DEPT. . . Cheryl Sabo
. . . at Peking House on 11
Mile in Royal Oak . .
smiling, efficient and
courteous . . also Hazel
Muraszewski at Dominico's
on Coolidge in Berkley . .
a former Club Berkley stal-
wart with lots of know-how.
SPIFFY'S on Greenfield
enjoys a rare restaurant dis-
tinction . . . It has been
under the same ownership
for 19 years . . The 34-
seater eatery is only open
until 4 p.m. . . serving
just breakfast and lunch.
THE RON CODEN
SHOW is at Mountain
Jacks on Rochester Rd. in
Troy through Jan. 2.
ETTA MCDUFFY,,
working lunches at New
Garden Chinese Restaurant
on Nine Mile and Coolidge,
is also a program worker at
Devonshire Home, Jewish
Association For Retarded
Citizens, Devonshire and 11
Mile . . . Etta is at the
home mornings 7-9,
weekends and evenings.
LOVERS OF one of tele-
vision's most popular soap
operas, "General Hospital,"
are now able to "Fall In
Love In The Afternoon" at
Dewey's in the Michigan
Inn . . when the lounge
has its "General Hospital
Happy Hours" . . . The
happy hours are weekdays
from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. . . .
and are open to soap fans
one and all . . . "General
Hospital" is shown on a big
screen color TV and daily
buffets feature hot and cold
hors d'oeuvres.
PAUL LOCRICHIO,
one of Detroit's finest and
most dynamic entertainers
returns to Dewey's for a
five-week engagement be-
ginning this Monday . . .
and appearing through Dec.
19.
Paul performs two floor
shows each night, featuring
popular tunes and clever
impersonations . . His
band for listening and danc-
ing puts out top 40 tunes
sessions.
Paul will be appearing
Monday through Saturday
from 9 to 1 . . .
A LIVING LEGEND

leaves Detroit . . . as Ann
Pelliccioni left Jakks,
Greenfield and 10 Mile, last
week . . to live in
Phoenix, Ariz.
One of Detroit's premier
waitresses for so many
years, Ann served many
thousands of Detroiters
since she came to Detroit
and the Clifford Bar & Chop
House in 1951 from West
Virginia.
After five years at Clif-
ford, Ann spent four years
at the Encore Lounge on
Northwestern and
Middlebelt . . . then over
10 years at the Afterglow on
W. McNichols . . . to Vir-
go's on Eight Mile for four
years . . and finally Jakks
about eight years.
Ann with the always
youthful, slender look . .
covering more floor space
than a hopped-up jack rab-
bit . . always with excel-
lent efficiency and compe-
tency . . . and a big smile
. . will be missed by the
many customers who fol-
lowed her through the years
from place to place . . . and
those who got to know her
for the first time.
Everybody wishes Ann
Pelliccioni the very best of
luck, indeed.
MAIL DEPT.... to Mari-
lyn Frumkin ... from Lisa
Ilitch, public relations/
marketing ... "Your article
that appeared in Danny
Raskin's column of The
Jewish News on Friday,
Sept. 25, was enlightening.
Your reactions to Chuck E.
Cheese's Pizza Time
Theatre are consistent with
the reactions of many.
"Because the Chuck E.
Cheese's Pizza Time
Theatre unit was previously
occupied by Little Caesar's,
it is a major conception that
Little Caesar's now owns
Chuck E. Cheese's. This is
not true. The owners of Lit-
tle Caesar's, Michael and
Marian Bitch, also own the
franchise of Chuck E.
Cheese's in Michigan which
often links the two com-
panies. However, the com-
panies are separate and
different enterprises and
neither the pizza nor the
food are Little Caesar's.
"Oh, about the 17 quar-
ters, forget it, we're glad
Jessica had fun!"
(Marilyn recently wrote
of her experience at Chuck
E. Cheese's in Sylvan Lake
... Jessica is her's and Sid's
granddaughter who "beat
the game" by staying on the
token or coin-operated
three-seat merry-go-round
17 times ... while others
came and used it also ... but
with a token or quarter.)

Dancers to Aid
Special Olympics

Danceathon '81, a
weekend of aerobic dancing
marathons to benefit the
Special Olympics, will be
observed locally 10 a.m.-2
p.m. Nov. 21 at Oakland
Community College, Or-
chard Ridge campus.
For details, call Aerobic
Dancing, Inc., 644-3460.

Friday, Novenier 13, 1981

31

Nederlander's rEvita' at Masonic

The Nederlander Orga n-
ization, which operates the
Fisher and Birmingham
theaters, has announced
plans to rent Masonic Au-
ditorium for several prod-
uctions.
The new arrangement,
worked out by Joseph Z.

Nederlander and Alan
Lichtenstein, Masonic's di-
rector of theater operations,
will begin with a Nederlan-
der production of "Evita"
next February.

The cheek is apter than
the tongue to tell an errand.

GREEK & AMERICAN FOOD

• All our dishes are homemade • Excellent Unice with a smile
• 80X of our customers are repeat business • Reasonable prices

SERO'S RESTAURANT

MORN OF

2280 N. WOODWARD
12 WU
Plenty of Parking in Rear

ROYAL OAK

GREAT BABY SPARE RIBS!

Also
STEAKS, BURGERS, FRESH FISH, ETC.

TOUCH DANCING

Tuesday thru Saturday
Featuring The Ron DePalma Duo

REASONABLE PRICES

WITH QUALITY and SERVICE

COZY ATMOSPHERE

You Don't Have To Dress Up

THE NEW

Home of Baby Spare Ribs
Since 1941

998 W. HURON (M-59) 1 BLOCK WEST OF TELEGRAPH

Hugh Gedrich,

WATERFORD

Director of Operations

For Res:

681-2161

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