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May 30, 1986 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-30

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Lit Friday, May 30, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The All Newly Remodeled

movie hour*

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RAM's

353 3232

26200 W. 12 Mile Rd. E. of Northwestern

'SENIOR CITIZENS 10% OFF (Except Specials) I

11 a.m. to
11 p.m.

From

'3.99

rOn Orchard Lake at Cass Lake Rd.
1I/2 Miles West of Telegraph
682-1900

This

ad will entitle bearer to

ONE FREE ADMISSION

Every day except Saturday
When a second admission is purchased

LIVER & MONS OR BACON • BAKED MEAT LOAF • BROILED HADDOCK • ETC.
NICLUDES: SOUP OR SALAD, POT., VEG., ROLL & BUTTER

I - "HANNAH AND
HER SISTERS" (PG-13)

DAILY CHEF'S PICK

II - "THE COLOR PURPLE" (PG - 13)

11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

MON., WED. & TRI. EASED SCROD
'RTES., =MIS. & SAT. BROILED WIEITUTZ11
INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD, POT., VEG., ROLL &

SUNDAY
ORANGE BOUGHT

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AND COMPLIMENTARY DESSERT

IMPORTANT! OUR FOOD IS FRESH & HOMEMADE!
WE SERVE THE BEST! YOU PAY LESS! . „ ,,,,-..-,,,*:,-
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22740 WOODWARD Just South of 9 Mile
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FAMILY RESTAURANT

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Ferndale • OPEN 7 DAYS • 544-7933
IYOUR CHOICE OF GREEK OR TOSSED SALAD
1AT NO EXTRA CHARGE WITH REG. OR 8-COURSE MEALS!

NOBODY SERVES BETTER FOOD AT OUR LOW PRICES!

• BREAKFAST, LUNCH G DINNER •
OPEN MENU WITH REGULAR AND 8-COURSE DINNERS

• FRESH BROILED FISH • CHICKEN • TURKEY • VEAL • BAR-B-Q RIBS • BABY BEEF LIVER • FROG LEGS
• N.Y. SIRLOIN • CHOPPED SIRLOIN • JUMBO SHRIMP • ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF • ETC. • ETC. • ETC. • ETC

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SOMETHING FOR
EVERYBODY!

REG. MEAL INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SALAD (Reg.

or Greek), POTATO OR VEGETABLE OR

SPAGHETTI, GREEK BREAD AND STICKS

CHILDRENS MENU

TOP QUALITY FOOD
AT LOW PRICES SINCE 1954!

8-COURSE MEAL INCLUDES: JUICE OR SOUP, MINCE OF
SALAD, POTATO, VEGETABLE, GREEK BREAD & STICKS,
COFFEE OR TEA, CHOICE OF DESSERT (Strawberry
Cheesecake, Better Pecan or Vanilla Ice Cream, Rice
Pudding or Jello)

ALLAN SCHWARTZ, the
singing window washer, made
his "radio debut" recently on
J.P. McCarthy's WJR morning
show ... J.P. calls the segment
"Make It Or Break It" ... Allan
did his recording bit for $9.95 at
Guest Artist in Tally Hall, Or-
chard Lake Rd. and 14 Mile ...
and sent the cassette to Joe ...
People galore called, with Allan
even being approached by a
booking agent.
But he'll stick to the back-
ground of squeegie and sponge
... "After all," says Allan, "my
customers might get a window
washer with a lousy voice!"

CONGRATS ... to Dylan
Siegal ... on his 14th birthday.

WHEN BEN KOSINS of Ko-
sins Clothes goes out dancing
... Ruth Newman is the main
gal he wants in his arms ...
She has Giacca Hand Knits in
rear of Optical Trends near
Plaza Deli at Franklin Shopping
Plaza on Northwestern and 12
Mile.
WONDER WHY Mother's
Day is such a big day ... and
Father's Day is only so-so?
Hey, guys 'n gals ... how
about a 'campaign to make
Father's Day a biggie, too! •

SOME EXCITING . INVITA-
TIONS by Debbie Weisserman
of Deborah's Invitations on J. L.
Hudson Drive ... Recently did
one for Bernice and Maurice Be-
tman, whose three of four sons,
Jeffrey, Ronald and Michael, are
graduating college ... The in-
vite had 1040 form motif ...
showing that the Betmans had
"happily. lost" three exemptions
to date.

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

OYSTER BAR &GRILL

Formerly the Vineyards

Arrive at Norm's Oyster Bar & Grill, formerly the Vineyards,
between 4:30 and 6:00 in the evening, Monday through Saturday,
and enjoy one of Norman's specially priced, Early Bird dinner selections.

For only 5.95you can enjoy one of the seven entrees
offered. This price includes soup of the day, garden
salad or coleslaw, hot bread and butter, and
your choke of coffee, tea or milk.






DANNY RASKIN

ALL SEATS
SUN. THRU THURS.

-

• LEGAL LO-CAL MENU • WEIGHT WATCHER FROSTED DRINKS
• BREAKFAST SPECIALS • SPECIAL. KIDDIE MENU

DINNERS

KEEGO TWIN
.50

LISTENING POST

Choose from:
Lemon Chicken Fettucine
• Fresh Boston Scrod
Chargrilled Chicken Teriyaki • Chicken & Shrimp Saute
Chicken Picante
• Petite Filet Mignon
Fresh Lake Superior Whitefish

Not valid with any other promotions.
Your party must be seated by 6:00 p.m. to order these specials

,

CONGRATS ... to State Sen.
Jack Faxon on his 50th birthday
. . . Celebration is June 9 at
Park West Galleries on North-
western, 7:30 to 9:30 ... chaired
by Lillian Jaffe Oaks and Irving
Nusbaum .. $50 per person in-
cludes loads of swell entertain-
ment.
HERE'S
HUMANITARIANISM at work
... Anybody down on their luck
going on job interviews or what-
ever who need their clothes
cleaned can get it done free of
charge ... particularly South-
field and Oak Park residents .
Jim Swisher of Spick Cleaners
on Greenfield and Ten Mile also
cleans all religious articles re-
gardless of denomination . . .
without charge ... He's the
owner, drycleaner and morning
counterman.

PEP RALLY PARTY for 5th
Annual Grand Prix shindig by
Friends of Multiple Sclerosis
Society (should be changed to
Friends to Fight Multiple
Sclerosis Society) ... is tonight,
8 p.m., at Jovan's on Telegraph
... no admission charge ... Big
party is June 20 at Roostertail
on Jefferson from 2 p.m. on ...
with free hors d'oeuvres til 6
p.m., two live bands and disco
... All proceeds will benefit Na-
tional Multiple Sclerosis Society
... $10 advance and $12 at door
... Call Allan Stotsky or Lisa

Campanelli at 332-4090.

FASHION FOR FOOD ...
not a bad trade by National
Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section ...
Their Open House is celebrated
June 2-6 ... Folks bring their
tax-deductible donations of
gently-worn guys', gals' and
children's clothing, accessories,
jewelry, etc. to NCJW'S fall
Fashion Spree sale ... and get a
$5 gift certificate to Norm's
Oyster Bar on Northwestern
and Franklin ... Bring the clo-
thing to the group's Fashion
Spree depot, 23121 Coolidge at
Nine Mile that week from 9:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. ... Claire
Kretchmer is chairgal and
Karen Siporin her vice chairlas-
sie ... For more info call Claire,
543-7782, or the NCJW office,
258-6000.

SOUTHFIELD SENIOR
CITIZENS Mens Club have its
annual installation of officers,
June 18, 1 p.m., at luncheon in
McDonnell Towers on Civic
Center Drive . . . Mayor Don
Fracassi will be installing offi-
cer ... $2 charge for members,
wives and lady friends ... All
Southfield senior citizens are
invited ... For reservations call
Phillip Cutler, 352-3645.

BEST BET Of The Week ...
Night of Games by City of Hope,
Mr. & Mrs. Group ... this
Tuesday, 7 p.m., at Roma's of
Bloomfield on Telegraph.

HANDICAPPED PARKING
DEPT ... Happy to see, woman
so spright . . . getting out of
Pontiac illegally parked in front
of La Mirage on Northwestern.

PERCY KAPLAN, former
executive director of local
Jewish National Fund, says
there are places to take care of
pets and whatever when folks
leave town ... so nothing
strange about the ad in an
Arizona paper about place that
takes care of grandmas ...
Heading asks, "Who will take
care of Grandma while we are
away?" ... and goes on to say,
"Take your vacation and leave
that special someone in our
care." ... It's in Scotsdale.

FAVORITE STORIES ...
by Simone Vitale of Sound Ideas
... about the beautiful girl
being one candidate for the job
of lion tamer at zoo . . . The
other was an eager young man
... The manager said he would
give them both a chance, and
told the girl to go into the cage
... The girl, wearing a big fur
coat, did so ... The huge lion
was let in with her and he im-
mediately started to charge at
her ... Suddenly she stood up-
right, opened her fur coat and
stood there, completely naked
... The lion stopped dead, spun
around and went meekly back to
the corner ... The manager was
properly amazed ... He turned
toward the young man ...
"Well, pal, do you think you can
top that?" ... "I'd like to try,"
said the guy, "just get that crazy
lion out of there."

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