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March 19, 1988 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-19

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Cancer Prevention
Tips

• Eat foods high in fiber
and low in fat

DANCE

HARBINGER DANCE
CO.

Macomb Center for the
Performing Arts, Mt.
Clemens, concert, Friday,
admission, 477-7014.

MICHIGAN COUNCIL
FOR THE ARTS

Performance Network of
Ann Arbor, "Charlotte: Life
or Theatre", Thursday
through March 27,
admission, 663-0681.

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL
SOCIETY

University of Michigan,
Power Center, Hubbard
Street Dance Company,
Saturday and Sunday,
admission, 764-2538.

CHILDREN

UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN MUSEUM
OF ART

Museum of Art, Ann Arbor,
six films for children,
Saturday, free.

DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER

Science Center, Warren,
science workshops, through
May, admission, 577-8400.

M ISC.

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY

Oakland University,
Rochester, auditions for this
summer's Meadow Brook
Academy Orchestra,
Wednesday and March 30,
370-3018.

ANTIQUE SHOW

Wonderland Mall, Thursday
through March 27.

DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS

5200 Woodward Ave.,
Detroit, Jane Gallop speaks
on "Literary Criticism: Are
Aesthetics Prescriptive?",
Sunday, admission,
833-9759.

FARMING COMMUNITY
CENTER

24705 Farmington Rd.,
Farmington Hills, "A
Passage To Japan", dinner
and discussion, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, admission,
477-8404.

BIRMINGHAM
BLOOMFIELD ART
ASSOCIATION

1516 South Cranbrook Rd.,
Birmingham, seminar
series, "Experiencing
Architecture", now through
March 31, 644-0866. .

ICE CAPADES

Joe Louis Arena, Detroit,
Torvill & Dean, now
through Sunday, admission,
567-6000.

CENTER FOR PEACE
AND CONFLICT
STUDIES

Troy Public Library, 510 W.
Big Beaver, Lecture on U.S.
& the Middle East:
Reassessing the Threat,
Tuesday admission,
577-3453.

DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER

Detroit Science Center,
Tinkering with Tools, now
through April 10,
admission, 577-8400.

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

• Include fresh fruits,
vegetables and whole
grain cereals in your diet

• If you drink alcoholic
beverages, do so only in
moderation

• Don't smoke or use
tobacco in any form

• Avoid unnecessary X-rays

• Avoid too much sunlight;
use sunscreens

• Take estrogens only as
long as necessary

For More Information:

Call toll-free
1-800-4-CANCER

Michigan Cancer Foundation

HO E Warren Avenue
Delon, Michigan 48201-1379

Beau Jacks

Food & Spirits
Specializing in one-half pound Ground
Rounds, which are highly regarded by sev-
eral Detroit publications. Also, fresh seafood
daily, entree size salads, and a special
menu from American Heart Association
(which we were first in Michigan to present).

Dress: Casual, Credit Cards: American Ex-
press, Diners . Club, Master Card and Visa,
Open: 6 days, Lunch and Dinner and Sun-
day Dinner 4 p.m. ill 9:00 p.m.

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham, Ml •

1 block

W.

of Telegraph •

626-2630

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.

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ENTERTAINMENT

History- Series
Score Released

New York — An Irish com-
poser, an Israeli statesman
and a Parsee Indian have got-
ten together with the Israel
Philharmonic to help create
in music and words a first of
its kind: a musical history of
the Jewish people — Heritage
— a 50-minute recording that
captures a 5,000-year-old
common tradition shared by
Christians and Jews. The new
recording has been released
on the CBS masterworks
label.
The music is based on the
television documentary,

Heritage: Civilization and the
Jews, with a text narrated by

Abba Eban, statesman and
diplomat.

Screenwriting
Class Offered

Harvey Ovshinsky will
return to Cranbrook P.M. to
conduct a course in screen-
writing from 9:30 a.m. April
16 and 17 at Cranbrook
Schools' Kingswood Campus,
500 Lone Pine Road.
Fee for the seminar in-
cludes a complete
bibliography of screenwriting
books and publications, a
sample script and informa-
tion about computer software
for scriptwriters. To enroll,
call • Cranbrook P.M.,
645-3635.

restaurant

Cocktail Lounge

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unique blend of old world artistry and new world flavor. Culinary
delights - freshly prepared and served with Ivy's special
flair. Stylish dining - accented with mahogany, marble and brass;
including private dining rooms and alcoves. serving community,
catering and corporate needs.

Experience Ivy's sumptuous 6unday Brunch.

Located in the Stunning new

VAN DYKE PAQIC

ilotel0 Con crence

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31800 Van Dyke north of 13 Mile Qd.
939-2860
Warren, Michigan

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