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February 10, 1989 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-10

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UPTOWN

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WELLINGTON -c
"RESTAURANT,...)

DELI

Yards and Yards
of BRUNCH

28948 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD, Bet 12 & 13 (Next to Toss-A-Party)

CARRY-OUT 626-3715 • CATERING 855-4733 • FAX 626-0314

Each Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

CALL US AT 626-3715

FAST FOOD FAX

$ 1 2 95

WE WILL FAX YOU OUR ENTIRE MENU OF OVER
150 ITEMS PLUS AN ORDER FORM
SAVE TIME • PREVENT ERRORS • FAST PICKUP

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Children 12 and under

PYRAMIDS
CAFE
Authentic Lebanese, Greek and American Food

Reservations Suggested

Private Parties up to 200

DINNER SPECIALS 3 p.m. to Closing

MON. & WED.

TUES. & THURS.

• CHICKEN KABOB
• PASTITSIO
• SHAWARMA

• WHITE FISH KAFTA
• y, MOUSSAKA,
1/2 SPINACH PIE
• BREAST OF CHICKEN

WHOLE
CORNISH HEN

350.2000

STUFFED WITH
LAMB, PINE NUTS
AND RICE

EMBASSY

$599

$ 59 9

$ 895

Your Choice of

Local Columnist

$ 6 95

OPEN 7 DAYS, MON.-SAT. 8 to 7, SUNDAY NOON to 5

Your Choice of

DANNY RASKIN

per person

FAX US YOUR ORDER! FAX NO. 626-0314

FRI., SAT. & SUN.

SUITES
HOTEL

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: SOUP OR SALAD, POT. OR VEG. OR RICE,
BREAD BASKET & DESSERT (Baklava or Rice Pudding or Ice Cream)

• DINE IN ONLY • NO OTHER DISCOUNTS • NO SUBSTITUTIONS

CATERING & CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE

28100 Franklin Road
Southfield

29267 SOUTHFIELD IN SOUTHFIELD COMMONS, 1 BIk. N. of 12 569.1112

Open Mon.-Thurs. 11-9, Fri. 11-10, Sat. 12-10, Sun. 12-9

I COUPON I

HOME BAKED CHALLAH
...• ......

AVAILABLE FRI.,
FRI SAT. & SUN

Also Holidays

(West Bloomfield
Store Only)
You'll LOVE Our
Many Varieties
of
Homemade
Breads

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

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RESTAURANT and LOUNGE

2847 COOLIDGE HWY., BERKLEY
Between 11 and 12 Mile Roads

BUY 1 DINNER
GET SECOND AT

HALF PRICE!

Come home to the natural taste of handmade breads

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RESERVED SUNDAY FOR PRIVATE PARTIES J
RESTAURANT
1196 HAGGERTY RD., Just S. of 14 in The CountryRidge Commons
Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri. 11 a.m.-12 Mid., Sat. 5 p.m.-12 Mid. • 788-0505

ANYTHING ON THE MENU!
ANYHOUR! 7 DAYS A WEEK!
DINE IN OR CARRY-OUT

AND

'2" OFF

ANY LARGE PIZZA

ANYHOUR! 7 DAYS A WEEK!
DINE IN OR CARRY-OUT

!BUY ONE DINNER—GET. 2nd DINNER Afi

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DOMINICO'S

541-7670

West Bloomfield
Rochester
4301 Orchard Lake Road
818 N. Main Street
Crosswinds Mall
652-1280
737-1959
Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

HALF PRICE

We Serve Beer-Wine & Liquor
Private Banquet Rooms
Complete Carry-Out On All Occasions

Applies To Dinner of Equal or Lesser Value. Menu Items Only.
• Expires 2-16-89
JILI

L Mon.-Thurs. With This Coupon

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

I OPEN 7 DAYS-SUNAHURS 11.10 1

R. 15% ASTED

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With coupon

Expires 2-17-89

1118 SOUTH WOODWARD • ROYAL OAK

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With coupon
Expires 2.17-89

15%
OFF
With

coupon
Expires 2-17-89

JUST NORTH OF 10 MILE NEXT TO ZOO

544-1211

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1989

QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!

Big Homecoming
For Local Director

J

ow a successful chore-
ographer and direc-
tor, Marcia Milgrom
Dodge is coming home .. .
It'll sure be great spending
time with parents Myron and
Jackie Milgrom, but she's
returning as a working
choreographer for the Birm-
ingham Theatre's New York
production of Stephen Son-
dheim's classic musical, Com-
pany, Feb. 15 through March
19.
"I DO" DEPT. . . . Shirlee
Snider, Jewish War Veterans
Ladies Auxiliary stalwart,
and Iry Marshall, are honey-
mooning on a Caribbean
cruise.
REUNION DEPT. . . .
Henry Ford High grads of
1969 have a get-together date
for July 22, 7 p.m., at
Somerset Mall in Troy .. .
Call Barbara Chupack,
541-2352 . . . or write to her
at 10400 Troy, Oak Park, MI
48237.
30 YEARS LATER and
Fred Stahl is still clipping
hair . . . only this time it's the
sons of those many bar mitz-
vah boys and young men.
LOOKING BACK on Col-
umns of Yesteryears .. .
JAN. 15, 1955 . . .
"Daughter Linda had been
promised a telephone for her
14th birthday by parents
Alice and Merle Goodman .. .
Shortly before its installation,
there were elaborate plans
among her friends . . . They
stashed away pickles, sar-
dines and crackers in her
room . . . And they brought
hair curlers, playing cards
and knitting to occupy those
who would not be on the
phone . . . Finally the big day
arrived . . . At four o'clock,
Linda thundered in from
school with three excited
friends, followed a few
minutes later by four more
. . . After a brief lull, three
more arrived . . . Finally the
last youngster dashed
upstairs . . . All this confusion
was suddenly followed by a
great silence . . . Alice went
upstairs to investigate and
found a roomful of surprised
and wide-eyed faces . . . After
a distressed pause, Linda said
softly, "There's nobody to call
— we're all here."
AUG. 30, 1974
"Favorite Stories . . . by Com-
edian Morty Gunty . . . about
how he used the favorite
dodge of making a telephone
person-to-person call to
himself at a home number to

signal his whereabouts .. .
After landing in New York by
plane, he put through a phone
call to Chicago to report his
safe arrival . . . The telephone
rang in his mother's house
and the operator asked if
Morty Gunty was there .. .
`No, he isn't: Mom said, 'and
tell him to be sure and wear
a sweater? "
SEPT. 13, 1974 . . . "It was
a wise and experienced
mother who announced to a
group of small fry at her son's
birthday party, 'Now
remember, kids, there will be
a special prize for the little
boy who goes home first. "
SEPT. 13, 1974 . . . "Watch-
ing a pro football game on TV
recently, Bert Sommers said
to his wife, Lee, 'Look at that
guy! He's fumbled three times
and every time the other
team has receovered. Why do
they let a stupid moron like
him play?' . . . Their little
7-year-old son Bert with anx-
ious eyes . . . 'Daddy,' he
reasoned, 'maybe it's his
ball.' "
SEPT. 20, 1974 . . . "Saying
his prayers last week, little
Craig Feldman, 6-year-old son
of Millie and Jay Feldman,
ended with, `. . and please
make Arnie stop throwing
stones at me. By the way, I've
mentioned this before' . . . Lit-
tle Ronnie Meyers, son of ex-
Detroiters Max and Sylvia
Meyers, went to school in
Miami a couple of weeks ago,
carrying an excuse to his
teacher . . . 'Please excuse
Ronnie for being absent. He
has a new brother. It was not
his fault.' "
SEPT. 20, 1974 . . . "As is
the whim among many little
children, Anne Sue Green,
6-year-old daughter of Shirley
and Lou Green, reported to
her mother that she was off to
see the world . . . Shirley said
she would pack her a lunch
and wished Anne Sue the
best of luck, saying that if she
ever wanted to come back
home, her daddy and mother
would always be waiting .. .
It all seemed serious until lit-
tle Anne Sue burst out crying,
`But mommy, what'll I do
when it gets dark outside?' "
SHORTEST INTRODUC-
TION on record is of the gent
who announced, "Our guest
speaker for the evening needs
no introduction. He failed to
show up."

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