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February 05, 1988 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-05

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The Pike StreetRestaurant

and

Chef Brian Polcyn

Invite You To

Make Your Summer Banquet Reservations
NOW!

Wine Festival '88, Wednesday, March 9th

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FINE DINING . . . CATERING . . . BANQUET FACILITIES

Let Us Help You Plan Your All-Occasion Parties

Call For Further
Information & Reservations

334-7878

18 West Pike Street off Wide Track (Woodward) • Pontiac

Remember When?

4)

B'NAI B'RITH BOWLERS & FRIENDS

THE NEW LANDMARK & 4 QUEENS HOTELS & CASINOS

"PRESENTS A LAS VEGAS TRIP TO REMEMBER"
• ROOM • FOOD • UNLIMITED BEVERAGE • AIR • SHOWS
• TRANSPORTATION TO HOTELS

DEPARTS FRI., MARCH 4
RETURNS MON., MARCH 7

$ 1990 0

$5 Minimum Dice or Blackjack and $1 Slots

CONTACT MAX RUBIN: (313) 542-7756

EMBASSY TRAVEL, 23500 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, Mich.

Give today

Your donation to the Association for Retarded Citizens will help
improve the life of a child or adult with mental
retardation — and support research into treatment and
prevention of the condition in others.

Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens
17288 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48076
(313) 557-7650

Help build thelarc

Banquet and
Party Facilities

Available

DETROIT

Italian American Dining At Its Finest

Sat. 4 to 11

Entertainment 7 Nights

Sun. 2 to 11

ON JEFFERSON

IS
OPERA NIGHT

FRIDAY EVENING

Detroit's First & Newest Restaurant & Night Club
Presents

Sat., Strolling Violinist

Sun.-Thurs., Pianist
Banquet Facilities Available

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Valet
Parking

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The Finest In Italian Cuisine

Featuring

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• Pasta Primavera
• Joey's Filet of Sole
• Chicken Florentine • Sauteed Veal Siciliano
Plus Many Other Dining Specialties

Dinner music 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Top 40 dance music and our
New York-Style Light Show 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Indoor Valet Parking

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1988

Continued from preceding page

per pers.

Association for Retarded Citizens

Mon.-Fri. 11 to 11

GOING PLACES I'

331-5450

admission, 644-5832.

CENTER FOR PEACE
AND CONFLICT
STUDIES

Andover High School, 4200
Andover Rd., Bloomfield
Hills, discussion topic The
Soviet Union: Gorbachev's
Reforms, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, admission,
433-0885.

MINIATURE MAKERS
WORKSHOP
4515 N. Woodward Ave.,
Royal Oak, classes and
workshops for winter/spring
schedule, now through May,
fee, 549-0633.
HENRY FORD MUSEUM
& GREENFIELD
VILLAGE

Greenfield Village,
Dearborn, horse-drawn
sleigh, narrated carriage
rides, 9 a.m. through 5
p.m., now through March
11, admission, 271-1620.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM
& GREENFIELD
VILLAGE

Henry Ford Museum,
Dearborn, Howard Bros.
Circus, The Automobile in
American Life exibit,
Streamlining America
exibit, 9 a.m. through 5
p.m., through 1988,
admission, 271-1620.

tNTERTAINMENTJ"

Premiere Due
For Musicale

The Tuesday Musicale of
Detroit will mark the
premiere of two new works by
member composers on Tues-
day at 10:30 a.m. in the Lec-
ture Hall of the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts, announces
Sylvia Starkman, chairman
of the day.
Soprano Marjorie Gordon
will sing Hamavdil (Con-
cluding Hymn) from Hav-
dalah Service by Geraldine
Schwartz and Batya's Aria
from the opera The Witch, the
Wise Man and the Fool by
Elaine Lebenbom.
Assisting artists in these
first performances are flutist
Deborah Scott Katz,
clarinetist Lauran Mitchell
and pianist Doris Eubank.
Lebenbom and Schwartz
are local composers whose re-
cent performances have in-
cluded Lebenbom's Sephardic
Songs and Trilogy as well as
Schwartz's cantata Night and
When Snow Falls for oboe and
piano.
Gordon has made numerous
appearances as a solo artist
and is also founder and direc-
tor of the Piccolo Opera Com-
pany. Starkman is oboist for
the Detroit Woodwind

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