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April 01, 1988 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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GOING PLACES

6ETER'S

Passover Greetings With Best
Wishes To Everyone For Good
Health and Much Happiness

GREAT DINNERS ARE IN AT

TEILATO

BRING THIS AD BEFORE
APRIL 30 AND RECEIVE

20% OFF YOUR FOOD

ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT PONTIAC TRAIL

Restaurant
25920 GREENFIELD at Lincoln
Oak Park
968.4060

WISHES ITS
FRIENDS &
CUSTOMERS

A HEALTHY
AND HAPPY
PASSOVER

851-0060

Continued from preceding page

HENRY FORD MUSEUM

Henry Ford Museum
Theater, Snow White and

the Seven Dwarfs,

Saturdays, admission,
271-1620.

FRIENDS FILM SERIES

Southfield Public Library,

It Happened One Night,

Thursday, admission,
354-9100.

NIGHT CLUBS

THE RHINOCEROS

The Management and Staff
Extend Best Wishes
For A Happy
and
Healthy

Passover

265 Riopelle, Detroit, Bill
Street, Vince Shandor
Nancy Wood, Juanita Farr,
Miche Branden, Scott
Wilke, Patti Richards Trio,
Smith Trio, 259-2208.

VAN DYKE PARK

Eat less
saturated
fats.

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

16400 J. L. Hudson Drive, Southfield

American Heart
Association

Ivy's In The Park
Restaurant, keyboardist
Dick Haynes, Mondays
through Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays, 939-2860.

NICKY'S

755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
J'Massk, now through May
28, 362-1262.

JOEY'S ON JEFFERSON

7909 E. Jefferson, Detroit,
New York-style light show,
Top 40 hits, dancing,
331-5450.

CHILDREN

DETROIT YOUTH
THEATER -

Our Managements and Staffs
Give Sincere Wishes To Everyone
For Much Joy and Health
On This Passover Season

Detroit Institute of Arts
Auditorium, Alice in
Wonderland, Saturday,
Sunday, Tuesday through
April 9, admission,
832-2730.

DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER

5020 John R, Detroit,
science workshops, through
May, admission, 577-8400.

M ISC.

Niepiwether's

358.3800

4783800

Charley's

• Bloomfield

• Southfield

855-2244

559.4400

• Livonia

• Fairlane

422-4550

336-8550

• Northville

• Eastside

349-9220

994-2811

• Toledo

(419) 866-8877

76

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1988

DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER

5020 John R, Detroit,
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,
549-0633.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM
AND GREENFIELD
VILLAGE

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

CENTER FOR PEACE
AND CONFLICT
STUDIES

Troy Public Library, lecture
by Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine,
"South Korea: The Future
of Democracy," Tuesday,
admission, 577-3453 or
577-3468.

SUNDAY AT THREE

Detroit Institute of Arts,
5200 Woodward, Gina
Alexander discusses Claude
Monet's Gladioli, Gallery
N222, Sunday, free,
833-1858 or 833-9759.

ENTERTAINMENT I"

'Attic' Retells
Frank Story

Forty years after the
original publication of the
Diary of Anne Frank, the true
story of the woman responsi-
ble for the protection of Anne
Frank and her family will be
revealed in a General Foods
Golden Showcase Presenta-
tion of The Attic: The Hiding
of Anne Frank on CBS.
The tale of how the diary
came to be preserved will also
be told through this television
drama .produced by Telecom
Entertainment, Inc. in
association with Yorkshire
Television.
Mary Steenburgen stars as
Miep Gies, the young woman
employed by Otto Frank, who
takes on the responsibility of
hiding and providing for the
Frank family during the Nazi
occupation of Holland. Frank
is portrayed by international-
ly acclaimed actor Paul
Scofield.
Academy Award-winning
actors, Steenburgen and
Scofield head an interna-
tional cast, including Huub
Stapel, Victor Spinetti,
Ronald Pickup, Eleanor Bron
and Lisa Jacobs, who makes
her American television
debut in the role of Anne
Frank.

The Attic: The Hiding of
Anne Frank, is being filmed

on location in Amsterdam
and at the Yorkshire studio in
Leeds, England.

Chajes Fund
Concert Planned

The Julius Chajes Music
Fund Concert Series will pre-
sent a program on April 10 at
3:30 p.m. in the Aaron Deroy
Theater at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center.
This concert will feature
Marcy Chanteaux, cellist; Jef-
frey Applegate, violinist;
Leszek Bartkiewicz, pianist.
There is an admission
charge.

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