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July 22, 1988 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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11A1AFAIDIEL

'GOING PLACES

FOOD & SPIRITS

Informal Dining In An Elegant Atmosphere
Open Mon. Thru Sat. 11 a.m.-12 Mid. • Closed Sun.

788.0505

31196 HAGGERTY RD Just South of 14
In The Country Ridge Plaza

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SUNDAYS AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES

BAKED SHORT RIBS $ 525
DINNER

CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

DELI and RESTAURANT

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ... Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
352-4940
21754 W. 11 MILE AT LAHSER • HARVARD ROW

SCALLOPINI's

SALVATORE

Homemade Pasta

NOW OPEN

Next To

NORM'S. Oyster Bar & Grill

29110 Franklin Road • Southfield

357-8877

DINNER LUNCH • CARRY-OUT

7618 Woodward Ave.

871-1590

SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
UP TO 200

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,

Showers, Anniversaries, Retirement
Parties, Birthdays, Weddings, Etc.

Special Appetizer Parties Available

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CALL ERNIE .._ 1.. AND ASK
OUR LOW BANQUET RATES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS.

FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1988

Continued from preceding page

Nancy Thayer, Richard
Jerzy, Karen Wydra, Mary
Jane Schmidt, Marjorie
Hecht Simon, Richard
Hogan. 626-3111.

ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
107 Townsend,
Birmingham, new paintings
by James Yohe and Richard
Fluhr, now through Aug.
13. 642-3909.
FOUR WINDS GALLERY
340 E. Maple, Birmingham,
American Indian artist R.
C. Gorman, now through
July 31. 644-2150.
DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward, "On
Assignment," recent photos
taken for "Newsweek;' now
through Sept. 4; "In/On/Of
Paper;' now through Sept.
4; "American Posters of the
`Gay Nineties; " now
through Sept. 18. 833-1851.
PRESTON BURKE
GALLERIES
240 E. Grand River,
Detroit, Summer Group
Show, now through
summer. 963-2350.
COLLEGE OF ART AND
DESIGN
245 E. Kirby, Detroit, photo
exhibit, the work of Minoru
Yamasaki, now through
Aug. 10. 872-3118.
TOWN CENTER
GALLERY
3000 'Dawn Center,
Southwestern Sale, through
August. 352-9696.
OAK PARK LIBRARY
Oak Park Blvd, Oak Park,
"New Initiatives for the
Arts," traveling exhibit of
Michigan minority and
women artists, now through
July 30. 548-7230.
CANTOR/LEMBERG
GALLERY
538 N. Woodward Ave.,
Birmingham, new work by
Harold Allen, Todd
Erickson, Gifford Myers
and Bernar Venet, also
Frank Stella's "From Moby
Dick;' through August.
642-6623.
UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN MUSEUM
OF ART
525 S. State, Ann Arbor,
"The Graphic Dimension:
Prints and Drawings by
Modern Sculptors,' through
Aug. 7; Chinese Snuff
Bottles and Japanese
Netsuke, now through Oct.
16. 764-0395.
BIRMINGHAM-
BLOOMFIELD ART
ASSOCIATION
1516 S. Cranbrook Rd.,
Birmingham, "Expansions,"
now through Aug. 19; bus
trip to Art Institute of

Chicago, tickets available
now through Aug. 19,
admission. 644-0866.

HILL GALLERY
163 Townsend,
Birmingham, Sculpture and
Drawing by Carol Hepper,
now through Aug. 13.
540-9288.
ARIANA GALLERY
386 E. Maple, Birmingham,
Collectible Clocks, now
through July 31. 647-6405.
DETROIT COUNCIL
FOR THE ARTS
47 E. Adams, Detroit,
"Mwanza: Reveries, Fears
and Memories - Part I,"
now through Aug. 31.
962-6021.
PARK WEST GALLERY
29469 Northwestern,
Southfield, Harold Altman,
"Nature's Bounty;' now
through Aug. 31. 354-2343.

FILM

DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER
5020 John R, Detroit,
"Seasons;' Tuesdays
through Sundays, "The
Magic Egg;' and "Water
and Man;' open Saturday,
admission, 577-8400.
HENRY FORD MUSEUM
Henry Ford Museum
Theater, "Snow White and
the Seven Dwarfs,"
Saturdays, admission,
2714620.

NIGHT CLUBS

VAN DYKE PARK
Ivy's In The Park
Restaurant, keyboardist
Scott Wilkie, Mondays
through Saturdays,
939-2860.
NICKY'S
755 W Big Beaver, Troy,
Two Twenty, now through
July 30, admission.
362-1262.
JOEY'S ON JEFFERSON
7909 E. Jefferson, Detroit,
New York-style light show,
Top 40 hits, dancing,
331-5450.
SKYLIGHTS
Griff's Grill, second floor,
49 N. Saginaw, Pontiac, The
Stingrays, today and
Saturday, admission.
334-7651.
DUFFY'S ON THE LAKE
8635 Cooley Lake Rd.,
Union Lake, Bob Posch
Comedy Show, through
July, admission. 363-9469.

DANCE

MEADOW BROOK
MUSIC FESTIVAL
Oakland University,

Rochester, dancers from the
New York City Ballet,
featuring Merrill Ashley
and John Meehan, Sunday,
admission. 377-2010.

FAMILIES

DETROIT HISTORICAL
MUSEUM
5401 Woodward, "Go
Outside and Play;' toys
from the past 100 years,
Wednesdays through
Sundays, now through
October. 833-1805.

CHILDREN

BLOOMFIELD
TOWNSHIP PUBLIC
LIBRARY
1099 Lone Pine Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, movie,
"Pete's Dragon;'
Wednesday; Filmstrip Fun
session, ages 3-5, Thursday.
642-5800.
HILBERRY THEATER
Detroit, "The Arkansaw
Bear;' today, admission.
577-2972.
MEADOW BROOK
MUSIC FESTIVAL
Oakland University,
Rochester, children's
concert, "Little Red Riding
Hood;' Saturday, admission.
377-2010.
KIDS KONCERT SERIES
Southfield, "Bernie
Stevens' World of Magic,"
Monday. 354-9528.
SOMERSET MALL
W. Big Beaver and
Coolidge, Troy, magicians
Michael and Harriet
Jacobson, strolling
musicians and clowns,
Saturday. 643-6360.

NEWS Immimm

Jew Named To
Spanish Cabinet

Madrid (JTA) - Enrique
Mugica Herzog was sworn in
as minister of justice in the
Cabinet, becoming the first
Jew to serve in the Spanish
government since the Jews
were expelled from Spain
nearly 500 years ago.
Herzog, a 56-year-old
Socialist activist from San
Sebastian, in the Basque
region, took the oath of office
last Tuesday.
Mugica Herzog, whose
mother is Jewish, is vice
president of the Spanish-
Israeli Friendship Associa-
tion. He has been described as
one of the political figures
mainly responsible for the
establishment of diplomatic
relations between Spain and
Israel two years ago.

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