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April 17, 1987 - Image 60

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Continued from Page 53

DETROIT
REPERTORY
THEATRE: 13103 Woodrow
Wilson, Detroit, Waiting for
Godot, today through Sun-
day,- admission, 868-1347.

MUSICAL THEATER PRO-
GRAM: Power Center for the
Performing Arts, Ann Arbor,
Love Life, today through Sun-
day, admission, 764-0450.

HILBERRY THEATRE: Wayne
State University, The Greeks,
Part I, The Cursed, 8 p.m. to-
day and Thursday, The
Greeks, Part II, The Blessed,
8 p.m. Saturday, admission,
577-2972.

ATTIC THEATRE: 7339 Third
Ave., Detroit, Back in the
World, 8 p.m. today, reserva-
tions, admission, 875-8284.

ART SHOWS

CADE GALLERY: 214 W. Sixth
St., Royal Oak, new bronzes
by Robert Bielat, now
through April 29, 546-3365.

RENAISSANCE GALLERY:
Baker's Street Interior Design
Studio, 16320 Middlebelt,
Livonia, Susan Rothamel, An
Old Testament Survey, now
through May 1, 476-3253.

UNSURPASSED EXCELLENCE
THE "KING OF KONEYS"
We Use Vienna & Sinai Products

ANYHOUR

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ANYDAY

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LAKE
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5 BATTERED FILLETS
COOKED TO PERFECTION
IN PEANUT OIL AND
SERVED WITH FRENCH
FRIES,
TOSSED DINNER SALAD,
ROLL
AND BUTTER.

Regular $4.95

NO LIMIT!

WITH FRENCH FRIES AND LARGE 16 OZ. SOFT DRINK
$325

COUPON

ANYHOUR

$395

SAVE $1.00

NO LIMIT!

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Friday, April 17, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

977-8977

DONNA JACOBS GAILERY
LTD.: 574 N. Woodward, Bir-
mingham,
Ancient
Glass-1987, now through May
2, 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday, 540-1600.

MUSEUM OF AMERICAN
FOLK ART: Henry - Ford
Museum, Dearborn, Young
America: A Folk Art History,
now through Oct. 11, admis-
sion, 271-1620.

TROY ART GALLERY: 755 W.
Big Beaver, Suite 131, exhibit
honoring Michigan Ses-
quicentennial, now through
May 9, 362-0112.

BIRMINGHAM-BLOOMFIELD
ART ASSOCIATION: 1516 S.
Cranbrook Rd., Birmingham,
Michigan Fine Arts Competi-
tion, now through May 16,
644-0866.

PALETTE AND BRUSH CLUB:
407 Pine, Rochester, Spring
Art Show, now through Sun-
day, 651-4110.

THE WOODS GALLERY: 26415
Scotia, Huntington Woods,
Glass Show, now through
April 30, 543-9720.

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY:
Community Arts Center, Stu-
dent Art Exhibition, now
through April 24, 577-2985.

THE PRINT GALLERY: 29203
Northwestern Hwy.,
Southfield, lithographs by
Raphael Soyer, now through,
April 30, 356-5454.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
MUSEUM OF ART: 525 S.
State, Ann Arbor, exhibit from
Seed-time to Harvest,
through May 31, free,
764-0395.

FRED GROSSMAN GALLERY
INC.: 29528 Northwestern
Hwy., Sunset Strip, Southfield,
works by Vicki Montesinos,
now through April, 350-1686.

ALWAYS OPEN 24 HOURS

Lake Rd., West Bloomfield,
prints by Lester Johnson,
James Rosenquist, Karel
Appel, and Sam Francis,
now through April 30, 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday, 855-6667.

HABATAT GALLERIES: 28235
Southfield, Southfield, 15th
annual National/Interna-
tional Glass Invitational, now
through April 30, 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Tuesday through Satrday.

TRIATRIA OFFICE COMPLEX:
32255 Northwestern, Farm-
ington Hills, 15th annual Na-
tional/International Glass In-
vitational, now through April
30, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays.

OAKLAND COMMUNITY COL-
LEGE: Royal Oak Campus,
739 S. Washington, Royal
Oak, Self Portrait Exhibit,
now through April 27,
967-5747.

OAKLAND COMMUNITY COL-
LEGE: Southfield campus,
22322 Rutland Drive,
Southfield, Small Works ex-
hibit, now through April 24,
967-5747.

TOWN CENTER GALLERY:
3000 Town Center, Suite 45,
Southfield, paintings by Cerj,
Etchings by Eng Tay, with
works by Brisson, Coignard,
Natkin, Schurr and Tamayo,
through April, 352-9696.

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IRVING
FELDMAN
GALLERIES: 6917 Orchard

FARMINGTON ARTISTS CLUB:
Mercy Center, 28800 11 Mile
Rd., Farmington Hills, 1987
Annual Spring Exhibit of
Fine Art, reception 7 p.m.
Thursday, 563-0630.

TEL-12 MALL: 28690 Telegraph
Rd., Southfield, artist Dennis
Orlowski, 5-7 p.m. Thursday,
353-4111.

SARKIS GALLERIES: 245 E.
Kirby, Detroit, Sabbatical
Leave Exhibition, now May
18, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday
through Friday, 872-3118.

NIGHT CLUBS

RHINOCEROS: 265 Riopelle,
Detroit, vocalist Roberta
Sweed, 9 p.m. Tuesdays,
258-2208.

NICKY'S: 755 W. Big Beaver,
Top of Troy building, con-
course, Mystique, Tuesdays
through Saturdays.

MISCELLANEOUS

DETROIT
HISTORICAL
MUSEUM: 5401 Woodward
Ave., Detroit, A Tribute to Joe
Louis: Champion of the Peo-
ple, through June 28,
833-1805.

COLLEGE OF ART AND
DESIGN: 245 E. Kirby, Detroit,

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