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October 24, 1986 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-24

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ICOUPON

REGULAR HOURS

OPEN MON. TO SUN.
7 a.m. to 10 a.m.

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ANKLIN SHOPPING CENTER
N. of 12 Mile
358-2353

29221 NORTHWESTERN,

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for information and sports
also makes the job exciting.
He gets "turned off' when
a station employee is not
courteous to a listener. "What
turns me off most of all are
people who work at our sta-
tions who don't understand
that every listener counts ...
No matter how nasty or
negative they are towards us,
we nc..?d to treat them like
royalty, and I get very upset
if I ever see a listener being
mishandled."
WJR/WHYT News Director
Bob Schuman calls Berkowitz
a 24-hour radio wizard. He's
always tuned into what's
happening at the studios.
"His car phone rings off the
hook!"
Berkowitz said he feels a
sense of pride when he goes
to a party and WHYT is play-
ing. He is excited when he
turns on his radio to WJR or
WHYT and hears the station
"humming."
He devotes time to the Na-
tional Association of Broad-
casters and tries to affiliate
himself with charitable ac-
tivities. He joined the Jewish
Community Center and he
and his wife and two children
are about to join Temple Is-
rael.
In his spare time he would
rather listen to radio stations
around the country than
watch TV.
He likes to associate with
people in radio because
they're "fun," but most of his
friends "are people we live
near."
For Berkowitz, the radio
business is more than just a
job. And if he couldn't be in
radio, is there anything else
he would like to do?
"I could easily play drums.
I don't honestly know if I can
do anything else or have a
desire to. Radio is a lot of
fun." ❑

Amos Oz, Tamir
Due In Ann Arbor

Hill Street Forum/Hillel
will present Israeli writer,
Amos Oz, as part of the fifth
season of the Celebration of
Jewish Arts Series at 8 p.m.
Nov. 9 at Rackham Au-
ditorium in Ann Arbor. Oz is
the author of In the Land of
Israel.
Appearing with Oz will be
actress-dancer Tamir, who
-- will be bringing to life six
characters from Oz's book in
her one-woman show which
examines Jewish identity and
the essence of Jewish life in
Israel. She has performed in
numerous Shakespeare corn-
panies in New York and San
Francisco, as well another
productions including The
Dybbuk and Voices.
Tickets are available at
Ticket World located in the
Michigan Union and at Hud-
son's. For information, call
the Hillel Foundation, 663-
3336.

• 2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS (any style)
• 3 SLICES BACON OR SAUSAGE OR
2 SLICES OF HAM
• BAGEL OR TOAST & JELLY $ 1 49

•2 EXTRA LARGE EGGS (any style)
• 3 SLICES BACON OR SAUSAGE OR
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When planning your next special
event, let Pat Archer be your gracious
host in the beautiful and sophisticated
atmosphere of The Excalibur. The facili-
ties are available until S o'clock on Satur-
days and all day Sundays.

Or let our catering specialist assist
you in selecting a menu of flue
dishes to be conveniently deliv-
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ON FOOD PURCHASES
OF $6 OR MORE

DINING ROOM, CARRY-OUT

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Southfiel
358.335

COMPARE ANYWHERE!
IF YOU WANT THE BEST GIVE US A TEST!

8 Person Minimum On Trays
VALID ON MEAT OR FISH TRAYS

Broasted &
Bar-B-Q Chicken
Bar-B-Q
Ribs
Seafood

1 COUPON PER CUSTOMER

BROASTED,
BAR-B-Q
AND SEAFOOD,
THAT'S WHAT WE
DO BEST!

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Expires 11-30-86

CHICKEN & RIBS BY MILES
CAN BE FURNISHED
IN ANY QUANTITY
FOR YOUR
SPECIAL OCCASION

544-1211

TCOUPONT

50/0 OFF

TOTAL BILL!

DINE IN & CARRY-OUT!

With Coupon • Anyhour 7 Days • EXPIRES 10-31-86
Open Sun. Oyu Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
I CARRY-OUTS IN ANY QUANTITY FOR ALL OCCASIONS
1118 S. WOODWARD, Just N. of 10 Mile Next To The Zoo

• STEAKS • SALADS • SANDWICHES

544-1211

FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA

29145 NORTHWESTERN AT 12 MILE

Tray
Catering
For All
Occasions

OPEN
EVERYDAY
7 a.m.-9 p.m.

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