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August 25, 1989 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-25

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I LISTENING POST I

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

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Lights, Camera, Auction
And Paul Newman's Dish

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It doesn't
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 $8.00. 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
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table. And from now until September 28,
1989 we'll be bringing it to you
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for less.



DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

ersonal mementoes
from more than 100
show biz stars have
been sent to be auctioned off
the evening of Oct. 4.
That's when Variety Club of
Detroit also will show the
premiere of a major movie
and have food from local area
restaurants at its "Lights .. .
Camera . . . Auction" affair
with all proceeds donated to
Detroit chapter of Variety .. .
International order of Variety
Club is the largest worldwide
organization whose sole pur-
pose is helping needy and
handicapped children . . . a
really great cause.
The movie is still not
known . . . but some of the
things being auctioned off
will include a monogrammed
silver candy dish donated by
Paul 'Newman and wife
Joanne Woodward, wrestler
Hulk Hogan's neon yellow
boots and a lithograph by
singer Ibny Bennett from
Austin Galleries.
Honorary chairmen are
Tiger pitcher Jack Morris,
Piston coach Chuck Daly, and
Free Press columnist Shirley
Eder.
$25 a person tickets or $100
a person reserved seating can
be ordered through the Varie-
ty office, 855-6400.

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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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26885 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.

24366
GRAND RIVER

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OPEN 7 DAYS

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OFF

$9.95

ANY FOOD BILL OVER

$1500

INCLUDES: STEAK FAJITA, 2 TACOS, CHEESE
ENCHILADA, EL PADRE BURRITO, TOSTADA,
GUACAMOLE DIP, RICE AND BEANS.

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Dine In Only • One Coupon Per Visit
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Serving Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri. 11 a.m.-12 Mid.
Sat. 2 p.m.-12 Mid., Sun. 4 p.m.-11 p.m.

THE GREAT GREGORY SAYS:
mit "HEY MOM! MAKE THE HEALTHY
CHOICE! WE DON'T FRY ANYTHING!"
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Kids love the fantastic flavor of
Gregory's Flame-Broiled Chicken and
it's so much better for them than
burgers and fries, or fried chicken. We
marinate our chicken, then flame-broil
it on our gas-fired grills. Add mashed
potatoes, beans, garden salad, cole slaw,
potato salad (choose any two), and you
have a well-balanced, nutritious meal
that's scrump-dilly-umptious!! The

price is right and the service is fast!

GREGORY'S
GRILLE

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DINE IN (CASUAL OR TAKE OUT)
626.8580
Open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily

OLD ORCHARD CENTER (15 Mile at Orchard Lake Rd.)

FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1989

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FREE

3 BLOCKS WEST
OF TELEGRAPH

537-1450

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7 Mile

WILNO
KOSHER
HOT
DOGS
BUY A POUND
GET A POUND

GET WELL WISHES ...

to brother Marvin Raskin .. .
recuperating at home after
surgery.
10 YEARS AGO, we wrote
about a couple of 13-year-old
boys putting together a disco
to benefit the Muscular
Dystrophy Association.
Today, these same two
young men, Ronnie Jasgur
and Jay Bressler, both 23
years old, are still working to
help fight this dreaded
disease . . . Their shindig this
Tuesday at Taboo on Wood-
bridge in downtown Detroit is
called "End Of The World
Bash" . . . with dunk tank,
etc. . . . Minimum donation is
$5, with all proceeds going
to MDA.

FREE

Offer Expires 9-5-89

VINEYARD'S
CAFE &
DELICATESSEN

(Inside Vineyard's Wine Cellar)

• Mideastern Cuisine
• Fresh Homemade Salads
• Over 50 Gourmet Sandwiches
• Homemade Soups
• Colombo Lite Frozen Yogurt

32418 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
BET. MIDDLEBELT & 14 MILE

Farmington Hills

855-9463

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BIRTHDAY CONGRATS
. . . to Steve Ross . . . on his
41st . . . to Sheri Lisagor .. .
on her 39th . . . to Zachary
Norris . . . on his 5th . . . to
Elliot Chassin . . . on his 13th
. . . Robert Chassin's son is
bar mitzvah tonight at Con-
gregation Beth Achim . . . to
Jeffrey Aron Rosenfeld . . . on
his 4th . . . to Bessie Gruskin
. . . on her 85th.
2ND ANNUAL Designer
Bazaar by Sophie and Harry

Hoffman chapter, City of
Hope, is for Sept. 12, 7 p.m.,
at Summit clubhouse on Nor-
thwestern Highway across
from Buddy's Pizza . . .
Jewelry, handbags, makeup,
sweatshirts, stationery, etc.
for early holiday shopping
while helping catastrophic
diseases.
HE HAD A shoulder
operation in January of this
year . . . but that didn't stop
former Detroiter Sam Boris
. . . After 60 years on the golf
links and just about giving up
hope he would ever get one,
Sam finally hit a hole-in-one
on the 212-yard par three
eighth hole at Rancho Parkin
west Los Angeles, using a
driver in the heavy wind.
(If you've lost touch of Sam,
contact him at United Homes,
15015 Ventura Blvd., Sher-

Some of the items
being auctioned
include Hulk
Hogan's neon
yellow boots.

man Oaks,Calif, 91403,
818-788-1090.)
CONGRATS . . . to Bertha
and Julius Allen . . . on their
56th anniversary.
PEDIATRICIAN IN De-
troit more than 40 years,
retirement picnic was held for
Dr. Bryce Alpein by a group
of his former • patients. A
donation in his name was
given to Children's Hospital
for project of his choice.
WINNERS OF fur coats in
recent drawing to celebrate
first anniversary by Elaine
B's in Sugar Tree, Orchard
Lake Road north of Maple,
were . . . Janet Levine, Debbie
Magid and Martha Jean "The
Queen': Steinberg of WQBH
radio.

REUNION DEPT. . . .
Southfield High, 1979
10-year bit is Nov. 25, 7 p.m.,
at Novi Hilton . Call Steve
Cohen, 546-6868.
OVER 900 CARS were
washed for 75 cents at the Jax
Car Wash on 10 Mile east of
Greenfield during recent 75th
birthday celebration by Jack
Milen . . . with proceeds going
to his pet charities . . . Would
have been more but line
broke ...
It's an every-year doing for
the two charities by all Jax
Kar Wash places (Jax Soft
Cloth and Touchless Kar
Wash) . . . but 75 cents was a
first . . . Last year, the price of
99 cents had about 800 cars at
the 10 Mile and Greenfield
site . . . even though it rained
that day. LI

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