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April 29, 1988 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-29

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GOING PLACES

LEO MERTZ'S KOSHER

CAFE KATON

OA.

rya

547-3581

23055 COOLIDGE • Oak Park

FOR PEOPLE CONCERNED
ABOUT KASHRUTH!

Under The Supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

Kitchen Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 5 to 10, Fri. & Sat. 5 to 11
Closed Sunday & Monday

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR
ALL OCCASIONS

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Continued from preceding page

MARKET
Westacres Clubhouse,
Westacres Drive, West
Bloomfield, Michigan
artists. 360-2182 or
363-7717.

FILM

DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER
5020 John R, Detroit,
Seasons, Tuesdays through
Sundays, The Magic Egg
and Water and Man, open
Saturday, admission,

577-8400.

Restaurant

Reservations Suggested

1990 Hiller Rd.

(Old Orchord holy

682-1347

Off Pontiac Trail to Old Orchard Trail
To Hiller Road

SWEET 16 PARTY? BRIDAL SHOWER?

PLAN YOUR NEXT PARTY AT

THE

AMERICAN CENTER

• FREE LUNCHEON FOR HOSTESS
• FREE GIFT FOR THE BRIDE-TO-BE
OR SWEET 16'ER
• SPECIAL LUNCHEON PRICES

AMERICAN CENTER

27777 FRANKLIN RD.
CALL 353-8144 or

Southfield

353-8146

YOUR HOST RICHARD B. CARLSON

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. til 9:00 p.m.

4108 W. Maple • Birmingham, Ml • 1 block w. of Telegraph • 626-2630

HENRY FORD MUSEUM
Henry Ford Museum
Theater, Snow White and
the Seven Dwarfs,
Saturdays, admission,
271-1620.
DETROIT FILM
THEATRE
5200 Woodward, Detroit,
Radium City, today,
Aparajito, Saturday,
Phantom India, part 2,
Sunday, admission,
832-2730.
SOUTHFIELD FRIENDS
FILM SERIES
Southfield Public Library,
To Kill a Mockingbird,
Thursday, admission.
354-9100.

NIGHT CLUBS

THE RHINOCEROS
265 Riopelle, Detroit, Bill
Street, Vince Shandor Trio,
Nancy Wood, Juanita Farr,
Earl Van Riper, Pinkey
Smith Trio, Patti Richards
Trio, today and Saturday,
259-2208.
VAN DYKE PARK
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.

DANCE

OPEN DOOR THEATER
COMPANY
St. Johns Deaf Center,
Warren, dance workshops,
Saturdays through May 14,
admission. 332-3781 (voice),
441-5213 (TDD).

CHILDREN

DETROIT
YOUTHEATER

Detroit Institute of Arts
Auditorium, The Magical
Land of Oz, Saturday,
admission, 832-2730.
DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER
5020 John R, Detroit,
science workshops, through
May, admission, 577-8400.
CENTER FOR PEACE
AND CONFLICT
STUDIES
Fisher Building lobby,
Second and W. Grand Blvd,
Detroit, children's art
exhibit "Visions of Peace,"
today. 577-3468.
THE COMMUNITY
HOUSE
380 S. Bates, Birmingham,
baby animal day, Saturday.
6445832.

4124 Woodward, lecture by
Helen Caldicott,
Wednesday, admission.
577-3453 or 577-3468.

1 ENTERTAINMENT

I"

Singer Here
For Concerts

M ISC.

DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER
5020 John R, Detroit,
"India: Festival of Science,"
now through May 15,
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; photo
exhibit: "The Highway as
Habitat," now through
June 12;, contra dancing,
Lovett Hall Ballroom,
Sunday, admission,
271-1620.
WALSH COLLEGE
3838 Livernois, Troy,
seminar: "The job
search/job interview
process," Mondays through
May 23, admission.
689-8282, ext. 260.
COE RAIL
840 N. Pontiac Trail,
Walled Lake, vintage
railroad rides, every
Saturday and Sunday,
admission. 669-1248.
THE BIRMINGHAM
BOOKSTORE
263 Pierce St.,
Birmingham, William
Kienzle, Ronna Romney
and Beppie Harrison,
autographing books,
Saturday. 642-4404.
CENTER FOR PEACE
AND CONFLICT
STUDIES
Majestic Dinner Theater,

Rita Falbel

Metro-Detroit New Jewish
Agenda will present Rita
Falbel in concert at 8 p.m. to-
day at Workmen's Circle,
26341 Coolidge, Oak Park.
Born in Vienna and based
in New York City, Falbel
sings in 11 languages, in-
cluding French, Spanish,
English and Arabic, in addi-
tion to Hebrew, Yiddish, and
Judeo-Spanish. She combines
in her performances the
diversity of her experience —
musical theatre, classical
training, and the folk tradi-
tions of several continents.
She has appeared in Europe,
the Middle East and
throughout North America.
She also will appear on
Saturday in Ann Arbor in a
concert produced by New
Jewish Agenda of Ann Arbor,
with the co-sponsorship of
several Jewish community
groups. That concert will be
at the Jewish Community
Center of Ann Arbor, 2935
Birch Hollow, at 8 p.m. There
is an admission charge for
each concert.

Music Teachers
Elect Stasson

At the Music Teacher's Na-
tional Association convention
in Salt Lake City, Jerome
Stasson, violinist and teacher,
was elected to the board of the
east-central division, repre-
senting Illinois, Indiana,
Michigan, Ohio and
Wisconsin.
Stasson is the current
Michigan state string chair-
man for the organization.

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