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6A DETROIT FREE PRESSTHURS., JUNE 30, 1983 WS doings cut G about Red Cross center needs help AMERICAN RED CROSS, Southeast Michigan Chapter. Volunteers needed to help staff the American Red Cross Downriver Regional Blood Donor Center. 19170 Eureka, in Southgate. Volunteers help schedule appointments, register donors and escort them to the canteen, and assist In labeling blood bags. Hours are flexible and can be arranged to suit the volunteer. 282-2434 weekdays 9-5. FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS: For persons over 60 years old. July 6 and 13 at Yack Arena, 3131 Third, Wyandotte. 722-3308 weekdays 9-5 for appointment. GREENFIELD VILLAGE and HENRY FORD MUSEUM: Costumed guides explain turn-of-the-century games, including croquet, hoop bowling and stilts. The 1870 Soda Fountain offers a chance to taste ice cream sodas and old-time sundaes. Pushcart vendors hawk fresh fruit throughout the park; the Torch Lake, an 1873 Mason locomotive, offers two-mile excursions around the village. Visitors can ride In horse-drawn carriages or soak up the sun on the deck of the Suwanee steamboat as it paddles around the Suwanee Lagoon. Museum and village open 9-5 daily, Oakwood south of Michigan Ave. 271-1976 anytime. ' GREENMEAD HILL HOUSE MUSEUM and HISTORICAL VILLAGE: Restored flower gardens open for summer picnics; the Geer General Store, the 1915 Detroit United Railway Station and the Shaw Mouse open for tours. 38125 Eight Mile, Livonia. $1 adults, 25 cents children, 477-7375 Sun. 1-4. HENRY FORD ESTATE, FAIR LANE, University of Michigan-Dearborn, 4901 Evergreen, Dearborn. Tours every 20 minutes 1-4.30 Sun.; or 11 and 1:30 Mon.-Frl. Closed Independence Day. $2.50 adults, $1.50 seniors and students. 593-5590. JEDI ADVENTURE CENTER: Consists of three modules: Jedi Hall of Fame, Jedi Photo Center, and the Jedi Communications Center. July 1-10 during mall hours. West-land Center, 35000 W. Warren, Westland. 425-5000 weekdays 9-5. LIVONIA FARMERS MARKET: From 8 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday beginning July 9. Fresh produce, vegetables, fruits, honey, flowers, plants and approved baked goods (all baked goods must be prepared in a kitchen approved by the Wayne County Health Dept., individually wrapped, weighed and labeled). Ford Field, Lyndon and Farmlngton roads, Livonia. 421-2000 ext. 221 weekdays 8:30-5. SUMMER SHENNANIGANS: A recreational program for children entering grades 1-6. Activities include swimming, games, crafts, sports and music. 9-4:30 July 5-15, July 19-29, or August 1-12. $65-$70 (per session) members, non-members add $15. Downriver YWCA, 3211 Fort, Wyandotte. 281-2626 weekdays 9-5. SUMMER YOUTH SWIMMING PROGRAM: For children between five and 12, sponsored by Eastern Michigan University. 8-noon July 18-Aug. 4, lockers and towels will be provided but participants must furnich their own swimsuits. $50 per child or $45 for family rate of two or more children. Class size Is limited to 20, to register call 487-4388 weekdays 9-5. TRENTON MID-SUMMER FESTIVAL: 150 artists and craftsmen display their wares, continuous entertainment, outboard racing on the Detroit River, bingo and carnival rides. 9 a.m. -1 a.m. July 8, 9; 11-11 July 10. West Jefferson between West Road and Cherry Street. Sponsored by the City of Trenton and the Trenton Business Association. 675-7300 weekdays 9-5. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN EXHIBIT MUSEUM: Explore the sky and learn about visible stars, constellations and planets In the planetarium theater show "Summer's Fare." 10:30, 11:30, 2, 3, 4 Sat.; 2, 3, 4 Sun. through July 31. 1109 Geddes, Ann Arbor. $1 per person, children under 5 not admitted. 764-0478 Mon.-Sat. 9-5; Sun. 1-5. clubs O agencies Planning ahead DEARBORN DIVINE CHILD PARENT TEACHER GUILD is accepting applications now for the Spring Festival of the Arts to be held April 7, 1984. Artists and craftsmen Interested in applying for the fair should send Inquiries to Bev Mikonczyk, 5728 Cambourne, Dearborn Heights 48127. DETROIT AREA A8TRONOMICAL 80CIETY meets 8-10:30 every Frl. at Crowell Recreation Center, 16630 Lahser, Detroit. 837-0130 anytime. DIVORCE SUPPORT GROUP: For men and women meets 7:30 every Thurs., Her Place Counselling Center, 13515 North Line, Southgate. $5, 281-2620 weekdays 9-5. KIWANIS 10K RUN: Featuring over 500 runners from Metro Detroit and Canada. Medals awarded to the first three finishers in each class, ribbons presented to all finishers. Entry fee $6 advance, $7 the day of the race. 8:30 July 10 (7:30 registration), West-field Center, Westfield at West Road, Trenton. Sponsored by the Kiwanls Club of Trenton and Budweiser Light. PARENT8 WITHOUT PARTNERS, Downriver Chapter: Fund-raising dance with disc lockey Tom Kappler. 9-1 Sat., Knights of Columbus Hall, 24900 Brest, Taylor. $4 members, $5 non-members. WEEKEND MOMS: A support group for women who have lost custody of their children. New members welcome. Meetings 7-9 every Thurs., YWCA of Western Wayne County, 26279 Michigan Ave., Inkster. 561-4110 weekdays 9-5. music Jamboree for March of Dimes CONCERTS CHALLENGER8, a pop-country group performs 7:30 and 9:30 Sat.; Lavender, 6:30-9:30 Sun. Willow Metropark, Outdoor Dance Center, South Huron St. and I-275, New Boston. Admission free, vehicle entry permit required ($2 daily). 697-9181 weekdays 9-5. COUNTRY JAMBOREE, A 12-hour fund raiser for the March of Dimes, featuring the 8tont Country Band, Georgia Overdrive, Bootleg, Wayward Wind, Backroads, Live Bait, Night Moves, Cab Country Conspiracy, Tennessee River Band and Wolf. 2 Sun., Urban Cowboy, 38418 Ford, West-land. $3 per person, 664-6000 weekdays 9- MU8IC UNDER THE 8TARS, featuring the Schoolcraft College Wind Ensemble, 7:30 Wed. Livonia Civic Center, 33000 Civic Center Dr., Livonia. Admission free. 425-2327 anytime. MOTOR CITY SAINTS, playing New Orleans jazz. 0 Thurs., Dearborn Civic Center, north lawn, Michigan Ave. at Greenfield. 943- 2350 weekdafs 10-4. bJ vi PLYMOUTH COMMUNITY BAND presents concerts in tne park. 8 tonight, Kellogg Kane, Main ana Ann Arbor Trail, Plymouth. Bring blankets and lawn chairs. 483-7755 weekdays 10-4. WEMU JAZZ COMPETITION to take place during the Ypsiiantl Heritage Festival, Au gust 26 to 28. Seven awards In three categories: trios and up, solosduos and sing ers. Professional musicians and heavily ampiiriea rock ana runt bands need not apply. Participants must be available to play at any time during the competition. Application forms should be accompanied by an audition cassette tape, ana re ceived by WEMU no later than Monday. For applications and Information call 487-2229 weekdays 9-5. NIGHT CLUBS CIMARRON LOUNGE, 19055 Allen, Brownstown Township. Larry Lee Adklns and the Hanging Tree Tues.-Sat.; Wendy 8mlth and Blue Velvet Bluegrass Band sun. 479-1730 daily 11-n. CHRI8TOPHER-8, 4161 Dlx, Lincoln Park. Kate and Mike 8:30-1:30 Wed.-Sat. 383- 2551. DUBLIN INN, 5055 Schaefer. Dearborn. Charlie Taylor Wed.; Larry Larson, Eddie Mcanncney, Roger Redmond, Dan 8heehy share duties Thur.-Sun. 581-9641 dally 10-2. FIR8T EDITION LOUNGE, 18334 W. Warren. Dearborn. Satellite TV dally. 271-7528 dally i-i. JULIA'8, 14526 W. Warren, Dearborn. Elvis Shelton, Wed.-Sat.; live Polish music Sun. 582-7706 daily noon-2 a.m. KIERNAN'8 STEAK HOUSE, 21931 Michigan Ave., Dearborn. Bob Elliott Tues.-Sat. 565-4260 daily 6-mldnlght. R. P. McMURPHY'S, 2922 Biddle, Wyandotte. Mike Fleming. 9:30 Frl.-Sat. 285-4885 Mon.-Sat. 11-2. No cover charge. MAVERICK SALOON, 2946 Seventh, Wyandotte. Ken Welch Tues., Sat. 281-9727 anytime. MOUNTAIN JACK'S, 26207 W. Warren, Dearborn Heights. Tom King Tues.-Sat. 562-9000 dally 11-11. PAPILLON, 23914 Ford Rd., Dearborn Heights. Flash Kahan Thur.-Mon. 276-0079 dally 6-mldnlght. TOPPER, Michigan at Oakwood, Dearborn. Cortez Love Trio Fri.-Sat. 278-9242 dally 11-11. URBAN COWBOY 8ALOON, 38418 Ford, Westland. Stone Country Band Tues.-Sat. 326-3500 dally 6-mldnlght. ZUBOK'8, 6356 Greenfield, Dearborn. Jan Johnson Frl.-Sat. 581-2344 dally 10-10. the DeRece I he Wayne B films former Nuts to the professor she ANN ARBOR FILM CO-OP: "Ths Nutty Professor" 7:30 only tonight, "Satan's Brew" 9:30 only tonight, Aud A; "Breaking Away" 7:30, 9:30 Frl., MLB4; "Rebel Without Cause" 7:30 only Sat, "On the Water- . front" 9:30 only Sat., MLB3; "Blue Collar" 7:30 only Wed., "Mean Streets" 9:30 only Wed., Lorch Hall. CINEMA GUILD: "The Mouse thst Roared" 7:30 only tonight, "The Smallest 8how on If Inkster be no Eartn" 9:05 only tonight; "Glgl" 7, 9 Frl.; "High 8lerra" 7:30 only Sat., ,TKey Largo" only sat., Lorcn Han, Tappan and Monroe streets, Ann Arbor. CINEMA TWO: "To Catch a Thief" 7:30 only i-ri., -Norm Dy Northwest" 9:30 only Frl., Aud A; "The Little Shop of Horrors" 7:30, 10:15 Sat., "The Terror of Tiny Town" 9 only Sat., Aud A; "The Palm Beach Story" r:au oniy weo., "The Miracle of Morgan's creeK" h:io oniy weo., Aud A. CLA88IC FILM THEATER: "The Deer Hunter" 6:15, 9:30 tonight; "The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cet" 7:15, 10 Frl., "Dirty Duck" B:4U, 11:25 Frl; "The King of Hearts" 7. 10:30 Sat., "Harold and Maude" 8:50 only Sat.; "The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T." 4, 7:20 Sun., "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" 5:40. 9 Sun.: "Alice's Restau rant" 7:30 only Wed., "Easy Rider" 9:30 oniy wea., Micnigan Theatre, 603 E. Lib erty, Ann Arbor. 662-8848 anytime. ri"l theater vtKAs A litila '.Qi trichina' at dinner "LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE," feature of din ner theatre sponsored by the Michigan Union and the Student Theatre Arts Com plex through July 8. Dinner 6:30, showtime e, Michigan union Ballroom, 530 State St., Ann Arbor. Tickets $15, $13 each for groups of eight or more. 763-2071 week days 9-5. "BAREFOOT IN THE PARK" by Jimmy Launce productions inc. 8:30 Fri.-Sat. through Sept., the Club, .Hyatt Regency, Dearborn; $9.50-$25. 593-1234 dally 11-6 Tor reservations. "OUR AMERICAN COUSIN" by the Green. field Village Players. 8:30 Frl., Sat., through juiy 23, Henry Ford Museum Theater, Oakwood south of Michigan Ave.. Dear born. Tickets $4.75, for reservations call 271-1620 ext. 415 dally 9-5. "80UTH PACIFIC" by Nancy Gurwln Productions. 8:30 Thurs., Sun. through summer, Botsford Inn Theatre Under the Stars. 28000 Grand River, Farmlngton Hills. Cash bar available. Tickets $10, for reservations call 474-4800 weekdays 11-6. art Ships sail on canvas ALPHA ART GALLERY, 8166 Macomb, Grosse lie. "Ships of the Great Lakes and Salt Water" exhibition by artists Nlssley and Yandura. Through Sat. 675-1166 weekdays 10-3. 8LUS8ER GALLERY, University of Michigan School of Art, 2000 Bonlsteel Blvd., Ann Arbor. The 37th annual Michigan Water Color Society Exhibition, through Jury 12. 764-1817 Mon.-Frl. 9-5; Sat. 9-noon. Compiled by GINA FANIEL tell us about it To get your event listed, send details two weeks before the event. Include what it Is, hours and days, address. Make sure phone number and hours phone will be answered are included. Mail to Detroit Free Press, Western Wayne Bureau, 2085 Inkster Road, Garden City 48135. We'll print those of the broadest interest. Eft ft in. iy i love where i It's a joy to see the pleasure we give each other Thomas Taylor Towers in Central City Park in Westland is my home. Only citizens of advanced years and the disabled reside in this beautiful building. I am disabled. We have exercise, arts and crafts, ceramics and sewing instructors weekly, and transportation to shopping areas twice weekly. The milkman and the bread man deliver on Monday and Friday. We also have a Geriatric Outreach Clinic and a foot doctor in our building. We have a library and a lounge. The Dyer Center is across the street and the Friendship Center is down the street on Marquette. The Bailey Building is within walking distance. All of these places have activities for the enjoyment of our residents, If they wish to partake of them. My apartment on the seventh floor of this 263-unit building faces north. My view encompasses tennis courts, ball fields, bowling-on-the-green, grass, trees and a small lake. Many Canada geese, mallard ducks, bluejays, cardinals, seagulls, sandpipers, starlings, sparrows, red-winged blackbirds, crows, doves, a couple of pigeons and four domestic ducks (which someone, sometime dropped off) come to partake of the grain and bread we put out for their well being. People from blocks around come to enjoy the beauty of our park and to feed and watch the birds It's a joy to see so much happiness on the faces of children and older citizens as we all watch or participate in what God and man have created for our pleasure. Because of my interest in our feathered friends, my nickname is "Mother Goose." But really, my name is Johnson Amburgy. DeRece Johnson Amburgy author, 60, is studying gerontology at County Community College. She is a businesswoman and has three grown children. She would like to offer the peer support believes older people need. "If I can be of help to people in the building. Id be happy, she said. you would like to tell us why you love where you live, send your manuscripts to Kathleen O'Gorman, Western Wayne Editor, Detroit Free Press. 2085 Rd., Garden City 48135. Manuscripts should longer than two double-spaced typewritten pages. Your handwritten signature should appear at the bottom. Friday ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT SPECIALS Batter Dip t FISH 'N CHIPS $350 FROG LEGS ....$4M PICKEREL DINNER $45 Dinners Include Choice of cup of clam chowder, salad or slaw, bread basket Carry out $ Available Aw, With This Ad Get An Additional SO OFF per person on our Friday All-You-Can-Eat Specials Limit Two People Per Coupon THE HUNGRY CRAB HAPPY HOUR 'Reduced Cocktail Prices Monday thru Thursday 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Special Happy Hour Menu Featuring A Ful Menu Inckidlnf Delicious Steaks, Fresh Seafoods and Homemade Baked Goods. Also fea-turkif your favorite cocktal, wine or beer. Open at 7 a.m. for Breakfast. Enjoy the Delightful ISLAND COOLER (Our 8pcll Mojue Cocktail) with your Dinner' and Keep the HUNGRY CRAB Slate FREE (With This Ad) j CRAB I "Grosse lie J After Dark Ah mm live r- '' " r V ; ! .:..v . , - - , ANN ARBOR BIO DADDY'S DEN Offering a full line menu. Sunday, Family Style Broasted Chicken, All-U-Can-Eat; $4.95. Mon. -Thurs. choice of Rib Eye Steak, Broasted Chicken or Beer Batter Perch; two for $5.99. Friday Old Fashion Fish Fryj Beer Batter Perch, All-U-Can-Eat; $4.95. Satur. day 10 ozs. Prime Rib; $6.95. All the above specials will include potato or vegetable and unlimited trips to the lalad bar. Dancing Thurs.-Sat. 107 W. Michigan, Saline. 429-5407. PB'S Casual dining and cocktails. Breakfast, lunch & dinner. Entertainment Friday & Saturday. 5510 Jackson Rd. 1-94 Exit 169.662-6641. TRATTORIA BONGIOVANNI Homestyle regional Italian cuisine at moderate prices. Reservations advised. 1 1 8 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor. 995-2 1 07. CANTON CYPRUS GARDENS Specializing in Greek-American Cuisine. Entertainment Thur.-Sat. in the Harvard Room wDicky Lee, singer. Thur.-Sat. til 2 a.m. 5830 Sheldon Rd., Canton. 455-7220. LUCILLE'S LOUNGE CountryWestern entertainment Tues.-Sun. featuring Still Waters. Guest appearance Fri day & Saturday, Marsha Dee. $2 cover Friday & Saturday evenings. Drink specials nightly. 43711 Michigan Ave. 397-1988. DEARBORN CHAIM SWEENEY'S IRISH PUB BBQ Ribs! Bob Tal-bert says they're the best! Cottage fry potatos, cole slaw; $4.99. $1 Bar minimum. 22145 W. Outer at Pelham. CHAIM SWEENEY'S IRISH PUB Every .. jrsday & Sunday Chicken Paprika's on Kluski Noodles, Cole Slaw, Roll & Butter, $1.99. $1 Bar minimum. 22145 W. Outer Drive at Pelham. FIRST EDITION LOUNGE Westside's finest fun spot! Satellite TV. Open 7 days. Serving lunches & Vi lb. burgers. Sports teams welcome! 18334 W. Warren, 2 blks. W. of S'field X-way. 271-7528. RISTORANTE LA TAVERNA Traditional Italian Cuisine in a delightful old world atmosphere. Reservations advised. 8033 Schaefer, just N. of Tireman. 846-3232. TOLLGATE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE Good food, good friendships & good times. A restaurant you'd never expect to find in a shopping center! Entertainment Wed.-Sat. Happy Hour. Terrific menu variety. Inside Fairlane Town Center, between Hudson's & Penney's. 563-0600. UNCLE SAM'S VILLAGE CAFE Featuring the finest in Arabic & American Cuisine. Open 7 days. Live entertainment, bellydancer Thur.-Sun. eves. Cocktail hour 3-7 p.m. Businessmen's luncheon from $1.99. 3337 Greenfield at Rotunda. 271-8040. FLAT ROCK Lillo FIORELU'S RESTAURANT Italian Cuisine. Call for reservations. 782-1432. 26125 E. Huron River Dr. Flat Rock. ! GARDEN CITY AMANTEA RESTAURANT ItalianAmerican Cuisine. Cocktails. A place you con be proud to bring your friends, family and business associates. 32777 W. Warren, Garden City (bet. Merriman & Wayne Rds.). 421-1510. DeRece Amburgy. also called "Mother Goose," feeds the '"" ducks and geese on the little lake by the Thomas Taylor Towers in Westland where she lives. Free Press Photo by PAULINE LUBENS DINING and ; NIGHTLIFE YOUR DIRECTORY TO FINE DINING & ENTERTAINMENT LINCOLN PARK LOMBARDO'S RESTAURANT luncheon specials 99c to $3.99. Happy hour 3-7 p.m. daily. Italian specials nightly from $3.99. l-75Southfield Rd. 382-8250. LIVONIA ARCHIE'S RESTAURANT Greek, American & Italian Cuisine. Ooen 7 a.m. to 1 1 D.m. daily and Sun. 8-8 cm. ' Fish & Chick Special, $2.95. Breakfast Special $1.95.7- 1 1 a.m. daily & Sun. 8-1 p.m. Also Roast Duck, Spinach Pie, Roast Pork & Dressing. First time on west side (formerly on the east side). 30471 Plymouth Rd. W. of Wonderland, Livonia. 525-2820. CLOCK JR. Delightfully different. Friday All-U-Can-Eat Fish Fry, $3.59. Beautiful menu. Breakfast specail available every day! 33480 W. 7 Mile, Livonia. PAULINE'S KITCHEN Home style cooking, large selection to choose from. Daily Specials! Roast Turkey, Duck or Pork, Swiss Steak, Corned Beef & Cabbage, Stuffed Peppers or Cabbage, Baked Pork Chop, Ham & Swiss Potatos and more to choose from. Try our Famous Fish Chip Dinner (filet of Haddock); $2.95. Senior Citizens Discount. 29087 Plymouth Rd. 422-3600. MELVINDALE HOUSE OF BAR B Q Specializing in BBQ Ribs & Chicken. The home of the deep fried rabbit. Super Salad Bar. Daily Specials. Open 10:30 a.m. 7 days a week. 1933 Dix, corner of Outer Dr. 381-1490. SOUTHGATE finest Mexican Cuisine. Open 7 Days, 1 1-4 a.m. NorthlineRd. 282-0517. TAYLOR RAY & TONY'S COVERED WAGON INN "Our Prime Rib will melt in your mouth!" A unique dining experience. Steaks-chops-seafood-chicken. Mixed drinks.. Banquet facilities. Weddings and parties welcome. 8214 Telegraph, Taylor. 291-4300. WESTLAND BOB'S HIDEAWAY Supper Club, featuring Nitelife Tues.-Sat. evenings, Neil Diamond sound & dancing. Prime Rib Special, $8.95, Mon.-Thurs. Italian Buffe), Wednesday, $5.95. 5-9 p.m. 211 N. Newburgh. 722-7788. , J MR. MIKE'S EATING & DRINKING ESTABLISH-MENT New York Steak for Two; $ 1 0.95. Ken Massey & Co. appear nightly 9-2 a.m. Happy Hour 4-6:30. Mon Fri. Ford at Wayne Rds. 722-8882. ( WHITMORE LAKE;: KALES PIER 23 Dining on the bke. Fresh fish and sea food. Lunch & dinner. Family dining and cocktails. US 23 on Exit 53. 313-449-2500. WYANDOTTE HUNGARIAN KITCHEN Chicken Paprika, StuffS Cabbage, Goulash. 2923 Fort, Wyandotte. 281-958 1 1 :30-7i30 Wed.-Mon. Closed Tuesday. SHARK SKIN PHIL'S Featuring o raw oyster bar. SeX food & cocktails, also featuring Sunday brunch 1 2 noojj 9 p.m. 122 Oak St. Wyandotte. 285-6555. VOULA'S GREEK AMERICAN RESTAURANT Tues.-Sun. Entertainment Friday & Saturday evenings No cover. 1 13 Maple, Wyandotte. 283-9788. For; more information on this classified directory contact Lisa Cook at 222-6880 12950

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