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April 21, 1989 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-21

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AN ELEGANT EXTENSION OF
YOUR OWN HOME

Tuesday nights, open blues
jam with the Bluesaders;
Wednesdays, comedy night
with Mike Ridley;
Thursdays, acoustic rock
with J.P. Lamb, admission.
334-7651.

MIRAMAR
WATERFRONT INN
8635 Cooley Lake Rd.,
Union Lake, Don Nadel at
the piano, Sundays and
Tuesdays through
Thursdays, 6:30 p.m.; Tim
Lambert, jazz piano, Friday
and Saturday,
7:30-midnight, through
April, admission. 363-9469.
NICKY'S
755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
Nouveaute, now through
April 29, admission.
362-1262.

THE BERKSHIRE HOTEL
OF SOUTHFIELD
26111 TELEGRAPH ROAD
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48034

THE BARCLAY INN

145 S. HUNTER BLVD.
BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009
646-7300

356 4333

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HOSTED IN THE FINE MAD ITIONOF

DANCE

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our daughter's wedding. Your son's Bar
Mitzvah. Treasured events that bring friends
and family together. Ensure the comfort of
your out-of-town guests with a relaxing stay
at the Berkshire Hotel of Southfield or the
Barclay Inn of Birmingham.
Both are luxurious settings of warmth and
elegance; possessing an uncompromising level
of service. With all the grace and charm of your
own home.
The Berkshire. Southfield's Four-Diamond
hotel. Convenient; located one-half mile from
1-696 and the Lodge Freeway.
The Barclay. In the heart of downtown Birm-
ingham. Where your guests can browse among
fine restaurants, exclusive shops and art galleries.
The next time you have an important gathering,
make sure the accommodations are as special as
the occasion. Make it a home away from home.

CYALELUTZ & ASSOCIATES

UPTOWN

HARBINGER DANCE
COMPANY
Music Hall, Detroit, with
jazz musician Larry Nozero,
today and Saturday,
admission. 963-7680.

28948 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD, Bet 12 & 13 (Next to Toss-A-Party)
CARRY-OUT 626.3715 • CATERING 855-4733 • FAX 626-0314

CHILDREN

FREE

BIRMINGHAM
THEATRE
211 S. Woodward,
Birmingham, Barry Louis
Polisar, songs and stories, 1
p.m. Saturday, admission.
647-1700.

LOW FAT FROZEN 0 0
YOGURT

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U-

8 PURCHASE ONE AT REGULAR PRICE AND

- GET SECOND SAME SIZE AT NO CHARGE

Expires 4-30-89

OPEN 7 DAYS, MON.-SAT. 8 to 7, SUNDAY NOON to 5

Village Hosts
Farm Days

In the last 40 years, the
death rate from heart
attack has dropped 34%
the death rate from con-
genital heart defects is
down 41%

A variety of springtime ac-
tivities come together at
Greenfield Village's Firestone
Farm to prepare for a boun-
tiful harvest. "Spring Farm
Days" runs today through
Sunday. Horse-drawn plowing
and harrowing, garden plan-
ting and household chores re-
create the springtime bustle
of activity on an American
farm of one hundred years
ago. There is no additional
charge for this event. For in-
formation, contact Greenfield
Village, 271-1620.

Film Theatre Is
-"Horror"-ble

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The Afternoon Film
Theatre at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts continues is
horror film presentations
with The Phantom of the
Opera, now through Sunday,
and The Man Who Laughs,
Tuesday through April 30.
All showings are at 1 p.m.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, contact the DIA,
832-2730.

and the death rate from
stroke is down 60%.
The American Heart
Association of Michigan
is 40 years old.

American Heart
Association

of Michigan

A United Way Agency

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FREE

CHICAGO DOG

With Purchase Of
ANY Sandwich!

Open 7 Days, Mon.-Sat. '10-9, Sun. 12-8
Your Hosts: Larry and Mimi Fredman and Mike and Susie Glanzrock

HOT DAWG! . & MORE

32734 GRAND RIVER, 1/4 MILE EAST OF FARMINGTON RD.
IN THE NEW ART DECO VILLAGE COMMONS MALL • PHONE 471-DAWG

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BAR.B
HE.
YARD
B °
a.m. to

I COUPON

OPEN 7 DAYS — 11

12 Mid.

BAR-B-Q SLAB FOR 2

PLACE
FOR
RIBS

$10.95

INCLUDES: 2 POTATOES,
2 COLE SLAWS
AND BREAD FOR 2

$7.85

INCLUDES: 2 POTATOES,
2 COLE SLAWS
AND BREAD FOR 2

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN FOR 2

COUPON ORDERS DINE IN OR CARRY-OUT
• 1 Coupon Per Order • Coupon Expires 4-28-89 JN

TRY OUR DAILY SPECIALS MON. FR1. (Inquire Within)
FARMINGTON HILLS — 851-7000 I LIVONIA — 427-6500
31006 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT 14
30843 PLYMOUTH RD.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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