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March 04, 1988 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-04

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HAMPTON'S

!LISTENING POST

DINING

(Formerly Remal's 13400 W. 9 Mile Just East of Coolidge • Oak Park • 5414480

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OPEN MON.-FRI. 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m. • SAT. 7 a.m.-9 p.m. • SUN. 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m.

NEW
MANAGEMENT

1■ 11111,

PUCK MANIINX AKIN '11 IFAFRE

33330 Plymouth Road, Uvonia. MI 48150

TWO COMPLETE
DINNERS

414

*

LIVE ON STAGE!!!

A Very Special Musical Evening

`Guys 'N Dolls'
Have Their Chance

Choice of








BAKED CHICKEN
ROAST TURKEY
7 DAYS A WEEK!
SPINACH PIE
MON,-SAT. 12 NOON TO 9 P.M.
SUN. 12 NOON TO 6 PM.
LASAGNA
I ALL OFFERS EXPIRE MARCH 11
MEAT LOAF
OUR GREAT BREAKFASTS
SPAGHETTI
SERVED 7 DAYS A WEEK

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

SUPER BREAKFAST SPECIALS—MON.-FRI. TILL 11:30, SAT. & SUN. TO 2 PM.

JACK
The Original
McGUIRE & JONES
SISTERS

S195

2 EGGS CHOICE OF
3 MEATS, HASH BROWNS $2952 EGGS CHOICE OF
3 MEATS, TOAST,
OR PANCAKES, TOAST,
ROLL OR BAGEL
ROLL OR BAGEL

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Next:

with full orchestra

March 10, 11, 12, 13

' *

$19.75

PLAN a fun filled theatre party
for your group or organization.

Performances Thurs.. Fri. E. Sat. 8:00 p.m.
Sat. E. Sun. MaL 3:00 p.m.

Charge By Phone . . .VISA. MC

(313) 423-6666 /

1850 E. 12 Mile
at Dequindre

*

543 8181

All Outlets. including Hudson's 6 MA

Complete Full Service Menu
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Dequindre

TRY OUR NEW EVERYDAY
SUPER SPECIALS
BREAKFAST • LUNCH
DINNER

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Well Liquor Drinks... . 99C
Draft Beer (12 oz glass). . 69C
Local Beer (12 oz. can)...99*

At Omni Box Office Only

GROUP SALES *
4.,
10 15Cri
oa r c m
oo u r n e t

* All Performances

(313)422.6664

(NO COUPON NEEDED)

I BAR SPECIALS

4,

. INDIVIDUAL
Sr. Citizen
Special Rates
Sat. Mat. only

0

I

Call Liquor Drinks. . .$1A9
Draft Beer Pitcher. . .$2.75
Premium Beer
$1.39

I BREAKFAST SPECIALS

I

2 EGGS, 2 HOMEMADE SAUSAGE PATTIES OR 2 SLICES OF
BACON, POTATOES & TOAST (7 a.m.-11 a.m. 7 Days a Week)

I

VISIT OR CALL THE
' OMNI BOX OFFICE
Nov Open Mon.Sat.
I 0:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sun.
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

LUNCH SPECIALS

990

I

99C
99C
99c

1/2 LB. FRESH GROUND LEAN HAMBURGER
TENDER RIB SANDWICH
CHICKEN PATTIE OR VEAL PATTIE SANDWICH
GYROS SANDWICH
FRENCH FRIES
50C extra

$1.49

Eat less
saturated
fats.

EVERYDAY LUNCH OR DINNER SUPER SPECIALS I

LIVER & ONIONS (With Bacon 50; Extra) OR BBQ CHOPS.$2.99
BEEF SHISH KEBOB With Choice of Rice or Potatoes $2.99
1/2 SLAB BEEF RIBS. . $4.95
FULL SLAB FOR 2.. . $7.95
1/2 SLAB BBQ RIBS .. .$5.95 FULL SLAB FOR 2...$10.95

BAVARIAN-STYLE BROASTED OR BBQ CHICKEN

$2.95

$4.95

N.Y. STRIP STEAK (Delicious 8 oz. U.S.D.A. Western Beef)

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

ALL ABOVE SUPER SPECIALS INCLUDE: SOUP, COLE SLAW,
CHOICE OF POTATOES & ROLLS

American Heart
Association

ALL PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
EACH CARRY-OUT ITEM ADD $1.00

Restaurant

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142 E. WALLED LAKE DRIVE
WALLED LAKE. MICH. .

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Mon.Thurs. 11-10: Fri. Sat. 11 11; Sun. 2-9

For reservations call:

669-1441

PASTA

! PASTA!

PRIVATE PARTY BANQUET
FACILITIES AVAILABLE

PAST !

Now until April 1st

Special Pasta Dinners
$ ■ 95

ij

priced from

COUPON

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Special Bonus Certificate!

EXPIRES: APRIL 1, 1988

Good for $

5.00 Discount

on DINNER ENTREE with purchase of any item of equal
or greater value. Valid Sunday thru Thursday dinners.

It you are happy with the service you receive. please base your gratuity on the
total purchase price 01 the meal belore discount. Not valid with other coupons.

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kay all you folks
with stage aspira-
tions, here's your
chance to do it better . . . Guys
'n Dolls auditions by Nancy
Gurwin Productions is this
Sunday And Tuesday, 7 p.m.
at her home in Southfield .. .
For info and appointment,
call Nancy at 352-2797 or
354-0545 between 9 a.m. and
5 p.m.
Guys 'n Dolls is scheduled
to open at the Jewish Com-
munity Center on Drake for
four dates . . . opening May 7
. . . two shows May 8, 2 and
7 p.m.; May 12, 7:30 p.m.;
May 14, 9:30 p.m.; and May
19, 7:30 p.m.
Auditions will be for
singers, dancers and actors
. . . Nancy will star as
Adelaide in the Frank
Leosser musical.
Those who didn't get to see
Nancy's Broadway Lullaby
New Year's Eve at the JCC
. . . written by her in tribute
to Broadway . . . pick up
another chance . . . She'll
have it on two Saturday din-
ner theater dates; March 12
and 19, at Mama Mia's
Restaurant and Lounge in
Union Lake . . . For info, call
Nancy at 354-0545.
CONGRATS. ... to Sam
Silverman . . . on his 95th bir-
thday . . . recently honored
with a brunch at the home of
his daughter and son-in-law,
Gladys and Lou Kay.
Attendees included out-of-
town guests, his son and
daughter-in-law David and
Eileen Silverman, grand-
childien, great-grand-
children, nieces, nephews and
friends.
A native of Russia, Sam
came to the U.S. in 1910, is a
WW I veteran, former party
stores owner in the Detroit
area . . . and regular partici-
pant in senior citizen pro-
grams at the Ten Mile Jewish
Comunity Center, Oak Park.
SECOND YEAR in row,
Stacey Michelle Gurecki,
daughter of Arlene and Mar-
vin Gurecki, has made the
coveted dean's list at Wayne
State U. . . . She is also on a
full Merit Scholarship.
CONGRATS. ... to Mat-
thew Joshua Raskin . . . on
his first birthday . . . Matt's
the "little bossman" of my
son and daughter-in-law,
Scott and Bonnie Raskin, in
Atlanta, Ga.
TEN-YEAR reunion by
Southfield High is Nov. 26 at
Northfield Hilton . . . Contact

Gary Lichtman, 642-7444, or
Denise Bartlett, (517)
546-7627.
SAME DATE
for
Southfield-Lathrup ten-year
reunion of 1978 class . . . Call
Shellie Achtman, 559-9868.
CONGRATS. ...
to
Nathan and Esther Wolok .. .
on their 60th anniversary .. .
celebrated in Lauderhill, Fla.
with their children and
grandchildren.
VOLUNTEERS are need-
ed for the Crescent Club
Shrine Circus Day March 24
. . . with almost all the guys
meeting at brunch, 11 a.m.
. . . Rialto Cafe on Woodward
and Nine Mile in Ferndale
. . . Call Sonny Goldstein,
chairman, 553-9052.
CONGRATS.... to Stacie
Shapiro . . . on her birthday
. . . She's the daughter of Dr.
Marshall and Dee Shapiro.
CALL SHARI Silcox-
Levine for that 25th reunion
by Mumford grad classes
1960-1963 . . . It'll be June 24
at Warren Chateau Hall on
East Thn Mile.
THE TOWNSEND Hotel,
downtown Birmingham's
87-suite luxury hotel to be
located at 100 Townsend
Street and Henrietta, is
scheduled to open spring of
this year.
Newest appointee is Lois
Shaevsky to assist the direc-
tor of marketing and sales in
promotion of the hotel.
Lois has served on the
boards of many organizations
in the community . . . Varie-
ty Club of Detroit, National
Council of Jewish Women, etc.
Geoffrey Hockman is ex-
ecutive vice president and
chief financial officer of An-
thony S. Brown Development
Co., developer of The Town-
send Hotel.

MARCH OF DIMES

Sweetheart Ball glittered and
sparkled recently at the
Westin Hotel as four
humanitarians of the year
were recognized . . . New to
the event was a silent auction
including a beige silk
snakeskin raincoat lined with
Russian (itch, donated by
Bricker-Tunis Furs. Lavdas
Jewelers contributed a gold
and diamond necklace, and a
travel package from Grand
Traverse resort brought the
successful evening's total to
$100,000.
Leah Marks Productions
supplied more glamor with
four robotic models who wore
globs of jewelry nestled in a
setting of twinkling lights .. .
Next year's date is already set
for Feb. 19.

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