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February 09, 1990 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-09

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WE HAVE
THE LOWEST PRICES
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ANYWHERE OF
TOP QUALITY CARRY-OUT DELI

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Your Hosts: Jane Kladzyk & Marvin Berris 354,3640

Casual Dining at Popular Prices in an Intimate Cafe Setting

COMPLETE DINNERS .. From

With This Coupon

DELIVERY
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$4.95

• DELI-RESTAURANT
• ETHNIC FOODS
• FULL DINNERS
• DAILY SPECIALS
• VARIETY OF COFFEES & SPECIAL BREWS OF TEAS

ON OUR BEAUTIFUL '
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MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

• Expires 2-24-90
• One Per Person

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HOME OF THE PONZI, JANE'S BOBOLI®
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WINTER HOURS: OPEN 6 DAYS
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WE MAKE ALL OUR FOOD
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Come one ...
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WE COOK
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& PASTRAMI

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(Holocaust) Survivor," in
which the younger Simmer
was a cameraman, received
the award for Best Program
— Community Interest.
The Simmers have been
volunteering at Continental
Cable for just more than two
years. The hours they work
vary. At times, they have
worked on a couple of pro-
grams within a week. But
occasionally, they've gone a
month without getting a
call.
For a class project last
year, David Simmer wrote,
directed, produced and co-
starred in a music video that
won the Best Program
Award.
"My friend Brad
Goldsmith and I made a rock
video from Mick Jagger and
David Bowie's song
`Dancing in the Street,' he
said. "We lip-synced it and
had all different special
effects. At one point
Goldsmith's head turned
into a spinning globe of the
world."
His father adds, "Normal-
ly, there could be six to eight
people working on a produc-
tion. But David had to have
this ready for school within a
couple of days. It usually
takes hours to set up and
work on. My son did the
lights, all three cameras, the
audio, character generator,
switcher, all by himself; plus
he performed in front of the
camera. He did it all in a
little more than an hour."
Joel Simmer's first project
was as producer of an Israel
Quiz Bowl, where 6th and
7th graders were tested on
the history of Israel and
Zionism, and Israeli per-
sonalities and geography.
Over the past two years,
the Simmers have worked on
high school and community
football and hockey games.
At one of the hockey games,
David was a co-announcer
with former WJR sport-
scaster Rick Kincaid.
"By the third period, Kin-
caid had to leave because he
had to be on the air at the
station. So my son was there
doing all of the play-by-play
by himself," Simmer said.
A few months ago, Simmer
received a phone call from a
gentleman who wanted him
and his son to work on a cer-
tain show.
"The man on the phone
mentioned he'd like my son,
`but . . I asked, 'What do
you mean by but?' I found
out that it was a comedy
program on sex. And he real-
ly wanted David to help him,
but lie was afraid that he
was too young."
Simmer gave his permis-
sion. And his son, who was

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