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January 12, 1990 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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I LISTENING POST."

"PROBABLY THE WORST THING I EVER DID"

"I hate to go out to dinner, period! I had a million excuses.
The food's no good. The food's good, but over-priced. The
food's o.k., but the place is too far. The food and music are
lousy. The service is horrible. Last week I ran out of excuses."

9

Bum Knee Bums Out
A Trip Of A Lifetime

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

362-1262

COMPARE ANYWHERE! .... IF YOU WANT THE BEST
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QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY IS OUR PRIORITY!

COMPLETE DINNERS
FOR TWO

$899

isk,U*

MON. THRU FRI,
AFTER 4 P.M.

CHOICE OF 5 DAILY CHANGING ENTREES

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INCLUDES: SOUP, SALAD, POTATO & BREAD BASKET

BREAKFAST SPECIALS 7 DAYS A WEEK

SAT. & SUN. 7 a.m.-1 p.m.
• 2 EGGS (any style) • 2 EGGS (any style)
• BACON or SAUSAGE
• COFFEE
• HASH BROWNS OR
Choice of
GRITS
99
Kaiser Roll,

MON.-FRI. 7 a.m.-11 a..m.

• 2 EGGS (any style)
• HASH BROWNS
OR GRITS

3 hioseicr eRoofll,
2 Bagel,

79

English Muffin '?
or Toast

Bagel,
English
Muffin
or Toast

$1179

Choice of
Kaiser Roll,
Bagel, English
Muffin or Toast

COOLIDGE CAFE

22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE IN THE A & P SHOPPING CENTER
541-5929
Oak Park

FREE DINNER

EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE

WITH PURCHASE OF ANY
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I FREE SODA POP FOR CHILDREN

WE ONLY USE
VEGETABLE OIL IN
ALL OUR COOKING,
INCLUDING FRIED
FOODS

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FRIDAY JANUARY 12, 1990

All beef
aged in
our own
coolers

It's his job to know good
advertising—and he also
knows a good investment.
Terry Wilson puts his money
in U.S. Savings Bonds.
Bonds now pay competitive
rates, like money market
accounts.
Find out more, call
1-800-US-BONDS.

Bonds held less than five years earn a
lower rate.
A public service of this publication.

U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

THE GREAT AMERICAN INVESTMENT

ark Shapiro, re-
cuperating at home
after knee surgery,
has get well wishes from a lot
of folks . . . He was the
Michigan State University
Spartans' football squad long
snap center injured in the
team's last game of the season
. . . and not taken to Hawaii
for the Aloha Bowl supposed-
ly because of this.
When MSU Coach George
Perles was called by Mark's
father, Dr. Marshall Shapiro,
to ask why, Perles allegedly
said an NCAA ruling held
that only active players were
allowed to go . . . Marshall
says he found out differently
in talking to the NCAA (Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic
Association.)

BELATED CONGRATS
. . . to niece Diane Gussin .. .

on her birthday.

YOU WON'T be ready yet
to "shoot' celebrities like pro-
fessional clicker Linda
Solomon can, but you'll be
pretty darned close when she
gets done teaching the ins
and outs of her shutter magic.
Linda's class in Candid. Peo-
ple Photography starts Jan.
25 for four Thursdays, 7 p.m.
to 8:30 p.m. each evening .. .
It's being held by Birm-
ingham Community Educa-
tion Program at Seaholm
High School.
While teaching the ses-
sions, she'll also show pic-
tures on slides of celebrity
portraits and clicks she's
taken . . . plus give instruc-
tions on how to take pics .. .
family, friends, whoever and
whatever.
Good idea to get your
registration in soon as possi-
ble . . . 433-8444 . . . Last
year's around same time was
so big the school was going to
put a halt on registrations,
but Linda wanted them to
continue . . . with result it
had to be moved from a
classroom to the school's
auditorium . . . Turned out
gret with Linda being able to
show her excellent slides on
the school's big screen.
CONGRATS . . . to Mae
and Max Green . . . on their
48th anniversary . . . Honey-
moon back in 1942 was a
train trip to Cleveland .. .
with Mae arriving in the cold
minus her coat which was lost
on the train . . . She didn't
need one when moving with
Max to Florida in 1945 .. .
but for sure did when
reestablishing their Michigan
residence in 1949.

MONTHLY luncheon by
Variety Club, the Children's
Charity, which does such
wonderful work, has new date
and location for Feb. 16 .. .
Will be at Embassy Suites
Hotel on Franklin Road, off
Northwestern Highway.
BILL MARKOWITZ and
Marvin Dubin, a couple of
life-long friends and home im-
provement contractors,
started a new business too
late to help Dennis Green.
He spent $175 to replace his
sump pump at home . . . Flat
annual fee of $475 by Bill and
Marvin's Michigan Home &
Condo "Healthy Home" pro-
tection plan would have taken
in the replacement or fixed it
if possible . . . Same with
heating, air conditioning,
plumbing or electrical
systems . . . Since new fur-
naces and air conditioners
could cost thousands these
days, the protection is quite a
bargain.
CONSOLDIATION of
Perfection and Mosaic
Masonic Lodges into one
group has been a smooth one,
says Perfection Past Master
Dan Natow . . . "It's as
though we have been together
from the beginning."
First Consolidation Dinner
by Perfection-Mosaic Lodge
No. 530, F. & A.M., is Jan. 23,
6 p.m., at Southfield Masonic
Temple, with newly elected
Iry Kempner, senior deacon,
and Benson Litwak, junior
deacon, both being honored
. . . Following dinner will be
first togetherness perfor-
mance of the master mason
degree.
Reservations only until
Jan. 20 . . . Call Junior
Warden Iry Bernstein,
557-0956 . . . Barrister Dave
Gordon is Worshipful Master.
OBSERVATIONS . . . The
irony of life is that the young
don't know what to do and the
old can't do what they know
. . . In the Orient, when a
woman walks behind her hus-
band, it means he's respected
. . . In America, it mean's he's
being tailed. ❑

I ENTERTAINMENT

I

Youtheatre Sets
Melikin Puppets

The Detroit Youtheatre of
the Detroit Institute of Arts
will present Chicago's
Melikin Puppet Theater 11
a.m. and 2 p.m. Jan. 13.
Three shows, "Shoes and
Ships and Sealing Wax"
"Casey at the Bat," and
"Pied Piper of Hamlin," will
be performed.

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