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April 01, 1988 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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I GOING PLACES I

Our Sincerest

Wishes For A

Continued from Page 67

TAP LTD.

Novi Hilton, 2111
Haggerty, Novi. An

Evening With Oscar

Saturdays through May 11,
admission. 349-4000.

MUSIC

DETROIT SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA

Ford Auditorium, gospel
celebration, conductor,
Gunther Herbig, today and
Saturday, admission,
567-1400.

FARMINGTON
COMMUNITY CENTER

24705 Farmington Rd.,
Farmington Hills, "Festival
of Music" with The David
Jorlett Chorale, Sundays,
admission, 477-8404.

WAYNE STATE
UNIVERSITY JAZZ
STUDIES PROGRAM

Community Arts
Auditorium, Jazz Lab Band
I and the Jazztet, Tuesday
at 8 p.m. free, 577-1795.

HAPPY
PASSOVER

TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
From The

BOTTLE &
BASKET SHOPS

S S 0

To Our
Customers and Friends

ART SHOWS

DETROIT GALLERY OF
CONTEMPORARY
CRAFTS

301 Fisher Bldg., new
gallery artists, through
May 7, 873-7888.

DETROIT

Italian-American Dining At Its Finest

Mon.-Thurs. 11 to 11, Sat. 10 to 12 Mid., Sun. 2 to 11
Entertainment 7 Nights
Friday Evenings are Opera Nights
Sat., Strolling Violinist
Sun.-Thurs., Pianist

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

Valet
Parking

833-9425

ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY

107 Townsend St.,
Birmingham, glass
invitational, now through
April 30, 642-3909.

217 Pierce , Birmingham,
photographs by Marcia
Lippman, nowthrough April
23, 646-6950.

OAKLAND
COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PRESTON BURKE
GALLERIES, INC.

240 E. Grand River Ave.,
paintings by Ray Cattell,
today 963-2350.

RUBINER GALLERY

7001 Orchard Lake Rd.,
West Bloomfield, graphics
exhibition, now through
April 8, 626-3111.

TROY ART GALLERY

755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
20th Century Japanese

NOW OPEN
SATURDAYS

Ann and Enzo Conte & Staff

4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Reservations Only

OPEN

Mon. Thru Fri.



11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

14835 Schaefer (south of Fenkell) Detroit

BR.3-0750

Casa

ARIMANIDCOS,

FINE MEXICAN RESTAURANT

Management and Staff
Wish All Their
Customers and Friends
A VERY HEALTHY
AND HAPPY PASSOVER

626-2982

The Neuman Family
and Staff of

STAR DELI

Michigan's Finest Deli Carry-Out
352-7377
24555 W. 12 Mile

Wish Their Friends
and Customers
A VERY HEALTHY
AND HAPPY

PIERCE STREET
GALLERY

739 S. Washington, Royal
Oak, photography exhibit,
"Nam and the 60's: A
Personal American View",
now through Wednesday,
967-5700.

PASSOVER

OPEN 'TIL 2 a.m. EVERY DAY!
29220 Orchard lake Rd. (Between 12 and 13 Mile)

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL
SOCIETY

Andre Watts, Hill
Auditorium, Saturday 8
p.m., admission. 764-2538.

ER

Wishing Our Many
Customers & Friends
A VERY HEALTHY & HAPPY

Detroit's write; Sunday brunch is a kaleidoscope
breakfast, lunch, and dinner favorites, served with white
linen and silver ln the elegance of the Kingsley Inn dining
rooms, $10.95/adults. $5.951childnu. Rom 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. A Illoomileld Ms tradition.

PASSOVER

May Our Prayers
For Peace Be
Answered

We Will Be Open During
Passover To Serve Your Needs

(Closed Sat., April 2 & Sun., April 3)

Continued on Page 75

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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