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August 04, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-04

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I LISTENING POST 1

How to turn a paper plate
into a $19.95 dinner for two.

two

It doesn't
4'
take any magic to
enjoy a great dinner offer in
Southfield. Just come into Mountain
/ Jack's any Sunday through Friday
For only $19.95, you can choose any
two dinner entrees up to a regular price of $13.95
each. That's a savings of nearly $800. Every entree
comes with a salad bar brought right to your table.
A cup of home-style soup. Delicious warm bread. And
your choice of baked potato, red skin potatoes or rice
pilaf.
- All you have to do is clip the coupon and pre-
sent it to your server. Then watch your paper plate
turn into a delightful dinner for two. Because
at Mountain Jack's we bring more to the
table. And from now until August 11,
1989 we'll he bringing it to you







for less.

This offer may not be used in conjunction with any
other promotional offers or redeemed for cash.
Does not include tax or gratuity.

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MOUNTAIN

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20885 Greenfield, South of 11 Mile
Southfield • 557-0570

GOOD ONLY AT OUR
SOUTHFIELD LOCATION

PRIME RIB CHOICE STEAKS

Try our fast lunches-$5 and under.

Now Open

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Homemade Specialties By
Vincenzo Bassonetti, former chef
and owner of The Red Devil Restaurant

Open For Dinner 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday

29530 Ford Road at Middlebelt In The K-Mart Shopping Plaza

421-5020

Vincenzo Bassonetti

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25938 Middlebelt Rd. at 11 Mile Rd. in the Mid-11 Plaza
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476.1750

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• CHICKEN STIR FRY w/garden greens, veg. & rice
• RAINBOW TROUT w/pot. • SPINACH PIE w/rice
• LIVER & ONIONS or BACON • BBQ Y CHICKEN w/pot.
• SHISH KABOB whice • VEAL PARMESAN
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OPEN 7 DAYS . . . MON. THRU THURS. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. — SUN. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

JN

66

FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1989

With a Subscription
To The Jewish News

DINE
OUT
THIS
WEEK

Happy Homecoming
For Keesha, Cindi, Jeff

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

A

month has gone by
and Keesha gives
thanks on being found
. . . She is grateful too for
having the kind of nose that
can smell its way homeward
after eight days of being lost.
During their July 4 day off,
Cindi and Jeff Metz spent the
day in seclusion while her
girlfriend, Valda McLain, was
taking Keesha back to Valda's
home in Northville . . . Fire-
works suddenly lit up the
skies with a bang and the
frightened black labrador dog
ran away . . . The days went
by very slowly as heart-
stricken Cindi and Jeff
searched and searched for
their beloved dog . . . called
the police, Animal Control,
Humane Society, put up
signs, ran an ad, etc. . . . but
no sign of Keesha.
A woman saw a strange dog
wandering about and called
the Novi police . . . They
remembered Cindi's descrip-
tion and told Sue McDonald,
who called that she might
have Keesha . . . Cindi ex-
citedly went over to see .. .
Jeff left Camp Ibmarack,
where he is director.
Tears filled Cindi's eyes as
Keesha jumped the fence and
knocked her over in excite-
ment . . . licking Cindi's face
with wild joy . . . She had
walked four miles or more
looking for her home . . . and
that night slept there with
thankful contentment as
"mom and dad," Cindi and
Jeff, looked at her, then at
each other, and kissed with
warm happiness.
CONGRATS . . . to Betty
and Harry Katzman of N.
Miami Beach, Fla. . . . on
their 40th anniversary.

LOCAL CHAPTER,

Friends of Kaplan Medical
Center, with Jewish Com-
munity Center Singles, has
its "A Mystical Summer's
Eve" Aug. 10, 7:30 p.m. at
Embassy Suites . . . Dancing,
psychic readings, hors
d'oeuvres in Jacques Demers
Restaurant, etc.
Tickets are $20 by calling
Friends of Kaplan, 967-4720,
or at the door.
CONGRATS . . . to Golda
and Murray Hartz . . . on
their 55th anniversary tomor-
row . . . Congrats also to their
daughter-in-law Bobbie Hartz
. . . on her birthday four days
later.

SEEING SCENES . . .

People looking to park as
close as they can . . . and then

walking miles on one of the
super treadmills at Franklin
Racquet Club, Northwestern
Highway.
Give physical ed instructors
like Linda Margolin an As for
their assistance at Franklin
. . . Owner Seymour Brode
and general manager Dave
Holderness can boast a lot of
cream from the physical in-
struction crop.
If Seymour is taking special
pride in a couple of champion-
ship tennis players at
Franklin Racquet Club, it's
understandable, says Jewish
News staff writer Richard
Pearl . . . Lori and Larry
Garon, who won the Open
Division in recent annual
club tournament, are
Seymour's daughter and son-
in-law . . . Seymour
remembers how it wasn't too
long ago he was batting Larry
all over the court.

REUNION DEPT. . . .

Shindig by Hutchins In-
termediate classes of 1943
and 1944, is Sept. 16 at
Michigan Inn . . . Call Florine
"Fayge" Posen, 967-3015 .. .
Mumford High class of
1959's get together is Nov. 25,
8 p.m., at Roma's of Bloom-
field . . . Sunday morn after,
bus trip is planned to relive
yesteryear memories . . .
Brunch will be in cafeteria
with spouses and children
welcome . . . Souvenir sweat-
shirts can be ordered by
telephone (Remember the one
worn by Eddie Murphy in
Beverly Hills Cop?) . . . For in-
fo and reservations call
Marlene (Feinstein) Slutzky,
355-2185; or Arlene (Rosner)
Weiss, 851-7791.
CONGRATS . . . to Frances
Beresh . . . on her birthday.
16-YEAR-OLD Joshua
Stein of Houston, Texas, won
two silver medals for gym-
nastics at the recent Mac-
cabiah games in Israel .. .
and placed fourth all-around.
His parents, Dr. Avrum and
Joan Stein, are former
Detroiters . . . Grandparents,
Dr. Benjamin and Joan Stein,
live in Birmingham . . . and
Ruth and Boyd Carnick in
Bloomfield Hills.

BIRN-
DR. MARK
HOLTZ, who has joined Dr.
Larry Haber at his West
Bloomfield dental office, is a
recent grad from University
of Michigan and received
award for outstanding
achievement given to only
one graduating senior per
year . . . "You don't have to
floss all your teeth," says
Larry, "only the ones you
want to keep." ❑

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