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May 04, 1984 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-04

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Friday, May 4, 1984

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TKDETROIT JEWISH,NEWS

Formerly MO I Bird

CHEF JAMES LEHANE

HE SERVED THE KENNEDYS

Wychmere Harbor Club, 'West Harwich, Mass.

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Family Dining

21411 SOUTHFIELD (N. sf 11 atilt)
559-1091

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

.79

7 a.m. to

11 a.m.

• 2 Eggs (any style)
• 3 Strips of Bacon or
3 Unks of Sausage
• Potatoes, Toast & Jelly

HE SERVED PRESIDENTS

Pinehurst Hotel, Pinehurse, N.C.

HE SERVED WITH OLYMPIC
CHEF STORE ANDERSSON

[OPEN 1 DAYS —1 a.m.-1O p.m"

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NOW HE SERVES YOU!

BOOKS

FROM $
INCLUDES: SOUP, POT., YR.
BREAD I BUTTER

5

Volume of Yiddish poetry

Dov Neuman is both poet
and artist. Making his home
in Or Ihyda Kiryat Viora,
Israel, an early pioneer, he
has produced numerous
works, including parables.
His earlier books were re-
viewed in The Jewish News.
His latest collective effort
in Yiddish is entitled
Yugend, Shverd un Ash,
which can be translated as
"Youth, Sword and Ashes."
It was published in Israel.

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INCLUDING GOURMET DINING
AT POPULAR PRICES!!!

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Dinner Theatre at Botsford Inn

I DO! I DO!

Our International Sunday
Brunch features the good foods
of our own backyard. Say Yes! to
Michigan and North America by
treating Mom to all her breakfast favorites.
Then discover the abundance and variety
of food sensations from the Great Lakes,
the Pacific Northwest, the Colonial
Northeast, the Old South, and neighboring
Canada. Hot entrees', soups, salads, and
tempting desserts expertly prepared by
Chef Remy Berdy and his staff. After noon,
enjoy a champagne toast.
There will be live entertainment
throughout the hotel and cartoons for the
youngsters in the amphitheater.
Adults, $10.95; Seniors, $8.95; Children
6-12, $5.95; age 5 and under, FREE. 10
a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Come Home
for Mother's Day

Science-art
show slated

Students from Detroit
area schools may enter proj-
ects in the third annual
Science-Art Show at the De-
troit Science Center,
scheduled for June 4-Aug.
29.
Prizes will be awarded in
six categories in primary,
secondary and high school
divisions. The deadline for
entries is May 25.
For further information
on the fair, contact the Sci-
ence Center, 577-8400.

(Formerly Honey Tree)
ORCHARD LAKE RD. BET. 12 & 13 MILE • Farmington Hills • 851-1310

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The 159 pages are replete
with the sketches drawn by
poet Neuman. Landscapes
as well as impressions of
studies from Jewish histori-
cal occurrences, the poet's
love for art, matches his
moods in his verses.

Sun. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.

OPEN 1 DAYS 1

Choirs stage
sing-a-thon

The choirs of West Bloom-
field High School, Abbott
Middle School and Orchard
Lake Middle School will
take part in a sing-a-thon
beginning 11 a.m. Saturday
at the Summit Place Mall in
Pontiac.
The event will benefit the
Juvenile Diabetes Founda-
tion and the Choral Music
Scholarship Fund for West
Bloomfield Schools.

Buddy Rich
with DSO

Drummer Buddy Rich
and his band will be the
guest artists for the final
two shows of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra's
1983-1984 pops series this
weekend at Ford Au-
ditorium. Performances are
scheduled for 8:30 p.m.
today and 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
For tickets or information
call the Ford Auditorium
box office, 567-9000.

Gallery show
focuses on print_

I. Irving Feldman Gal-
leries will show a print re-
trospective by James
Rosenquist today through
June at the galleries, 6917
Orchard Lake Rd., West
Bloomfield. Hours are Mon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday, 10
a.m.-5 p.m., Thursday, 10
a.m.-8 p.m., and by ap-
pointment. For appoint-
ment, call the galleries,
855-6667.

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