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December 23, 1988 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-23

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GOING PLACES 1

New Year's Eve

at

Compri

$ 59

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per room
double occupancy
plus tax

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Celebrate the New Year in comfort and style at
the new Compri Hotel Southfield.

Package Includes:










Full cooked-to-order breakfast
Two complimentary cocktails per person
Complimentary hors d'oeuvres 5-7 p.m.
Free late night snacks
Party favors
Split of champagne
Late Check-out 3 p.m.
Use of indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna and exercise room.

For further information or reservations

call (313) 357-1100

(Compri) Hotel

Southfield

26000 American Drive across from American Center at Franklin Rd.

Restaurant

Presents:

The Greatest
Caribbean
NEW YEARS EVE _
PARTY

Live'

THE SEVEN PIECE

Tropical Connection
Steel Band

DANCING & PARTY FAVORS

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Special Entrees and
Island Drinks

142 E. Walled Lake Drive
Walled Lake Mich.

Reservations
Required

669-1441

Since 1939

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SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
UP TO 200

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,

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

Special Appetizer Parties Available

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

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1988

Give every
NEWBORN
the
advantage

March of Dimes

UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN MUSEUM
OF ART
525 S. State, Ann Arbor,
"Unseen American: Small
Oils from the Permanent
Collection," now through
Jan. 8. 764-0395.
CRANBROOK
ACADEMY OF ART
MUSEUM
500 Lone Pine Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, deSalle
Gallery, "Recent
Acquisitions," recently
donated work, now through
Jan. 22; "Face to Face:
Cranbrook/Mexico, now
through Feb. 5, 645-3312.
FOUR WINDS GALLERY
340 E. Maple Rd.,
Birmingham, "Natural
Phenomena," art of the
Hopi Indian, now through
Dec. 31. 644-2150.
LE MINOTAURE
GALLERY
115 E. Ann, Ann Arbor,
Bernard Thomas-Roudeix,
acrylic paintings, now
through Dec. 31. 665-0445.
PIERCE STREET
GALLERY
217 Pierce St.,
Birmingham, photographs
by Annie Liebovitz includes
celebrity portraits, now
through Jan. 7, 1989.
646-6950.
DONNA JACOBS
GALLERY
574 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, exhibition of
ancient art, now through
Dec. 31. 540-1600.
WOODS GALLERY
26415 Scotia, Huntington
Woods, area photographers,
through December.
543-9720.
CANTOR/LEMBERG
GALLERY
538 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, new paintings
by Steven Sorman,
Saturday through Jan. 7.
642-6623.
CADE GALLERY
214 W Sixth, Royal Oak,
painting and sculpture by
Kegham Tazian, now
through Jan. 11; 546-3365.
ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
107 Townsend,
Birmingham, handmade
paper monoprints by Sam
Gilliam, now through Jan.
21. 642-3909.
CITY OF SOUTHFIELD
Civic Center Gallery, 26000
Evergreen, Senior Center's
art show and Bob
Mineweaser's custom
crafted wood products,
today. 354-4717.

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FILM

DETROIT SCIENCE
CENTER
5020 John R, Detroit,
Seasons, Tuesdays through
Sundays, The Magic Egg;
Flyers, in the Space
Theater, admission,
577-8400.

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NIGHT CLUBS

JOEY'S ON JEFFERSON
7909 E. Jefferson, Detroit,
New York-style light show,
Top 40 hits, dancing,
331-5450.
KEY LARGO
RESTAURANT
142 E. Walled Lake Dr.,
Walled Lake, keyboardist
Charles Green and bass
player Glen Oliver, Friday
and Saturday nights; other
nights Sea Green, two-man
jazz band, admission.
669-1441.
SKYLIGHTS
49 N. Saginaw St., Pontiac,
Tuesday nights, open blues
jam with the Bluesaders;
Wednesdays, comedy night
with Mike Ridley;
Thursdays, acoustic rock
with J.P. Lamb, admission.
334-7651.

DUFFY'S ON THE LAKE
8635 Cooley Lake Rd.,
Union Lake, Bob Posch
Comedy Show, Fridaysand
Saturdays through
December; Don Nadel at
the piano, Sundays and
Tuesdays through
Thursdays, 6:30 p.m.,
admission. 363-9469.

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FAMILIES

THE MARQUIS
THEATRE
135 E. Main, Northville,
The Wizard of Oz, now
through Dec. 30, admission.
349-8110

CHILDREN

BLOOMFIELD
TOWNSHIP LIBRARY
1099 Lone Pine, Bloomfield
Hills, Disney film
Cinderella, for ages four
and above, 11 a.m. and 2
p.m., Thursday. 642-5800.
DETROIT
YOUTHEATRE
Detroit Institute of Arts,
5200 Woodward, Alice in
Wonderland, Tuesday
through Dec. 31, for ages
three and above, admission.
832-2730.

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