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July 21, 1989 - Image 57

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-21

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THE NEW

DELI RESTAURANT

352-3840

be the Duke Dawson Blues
Quintet, Sheila Landis and
Top Drawer, the Sun Sounds
Orchestra, Wendell Harrison
and Friends, RRAP Quartet
with Rick Roe, The Hot Club,
singer Betty Joplin, and sax-
ophonist George Benson and
his quartet, Steve Wood/Brad
Felt Quintet, Straight Ahead,
the Jimmy Wilkins Or-
chestra, Vincent York and the
New York Force.
For information, call the
Cultural Council of Pontiac,
334-2390.

Scrabble Event
Helps MDA

The first Labor Day Scrab-
ble marathon to benefit
Muscular Dystrophy, will be
held Sept. 2 and 3 at Chan-
nel 2.
Club members will compete
for the marathon champion-
ship while earning pledges to
MDA by their sponsors. All
are invited to play in the
24-hour marathon or to
challenge a club player in a
game to benefit MDA.
Gary Moss, director of
Scrabble Club 350, will head
the tournament. To play, help
or donate, contact Moss,
360-0140. Participants will be
eligible to earn sanctioned ex-
pert points and valuable
prizes.

Mystery Authors
Will Speak

Three Michigan mystery
authors will discuss their
works and their writing at
Borders Book Shop in Novi at
6 p.m. Sunday.
Loren D. Estleman, author
of Silent Thunder; Tom
Kakonis, author of Michigan
Roll; and William X. Kienzle,
author of Eminence, will par-
ticipate in the panel
discussion.
Kienzle, Kakonis and
Estleman will sign copies of
their books. Space is limited.
To register, call Borders,
347-0780.

Seniors, Kids
Join For Stories

Fran Aaron will present the
second in a series of summer
story times for grandparents,
parents and children at the
Jewish Commnity Center in
Oak Park on July 28 at 11
a.m.
Mrs. Aaron, who is a
member of the Detroit area
storytellers guild, has chosen
her favorite stories from
Jewish children's literature to
present at the Center's Jim-
my Prentis Morris Building
library. Admission is free.

LA MIRAGE MALL, 29555 NORTHWESTERN HWY. Bet, 12 Mile L Inkster

Chef Gregory presents, among other items,

OUR NEW SUMMER DINNER SPECIALS

A SWEET DEAL
WITHOUT
A SUITE PRICE

PASTA PRIMAVERA
$4.95
CHICKEN BREAST PARMESAN $5.75
FRESH ROAST TURKEY BREAST,
CRANBERRIES
$6.25
CHUNKY CHICKEN SALAD,
FRESH FRUIT
$5.95
FRESH SALMON STEAK
$6.50
ROAST CHICKEN FOR TWO . . $5.95

Dinners Include: Soup or Salad, Vegatable and
potato and bread basket.

YOUR RATE INCLUDES:
FULL COOKED-TO-ORDER BREAKFAST,
EVENING COCKTAILS, LATE NIGHT SNACKS
A weekend stay at the Compri Hotel includes all the "extras" of trendy
suite hotels-without the extra-high rates. For $99 for two nights, or
$59 for one night, you can enjoy:

NEW SUMMER HOURS:
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.1-n.
Tuesday flirt' Sunday

■ Four-star, luxurious rooms, each with spacious sitting area, remote
control TV, desk and two phones.
■ Cooked-to-order breakfast, daily cocktail reception from 5-7 pm,
and late-night snacks.
■Private exercise facilities, indoor pool, and whirlpool.
■Exclusive Compri Club vrith comfortable lounging areas, intimate
bar, stocked library and big screen TV

8:30 a.m. to 3 p. M .
Monday only

Weekends at Compri—how sweet it is!
For reservations, call 1-800-4-00MPRI



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COMPRI HOTEL DETROIT/SOUTHFIELD

Across from the American Center
Franklin Rd. at American Dr.

871-1590

7618 Woodward Ave.

Southfield, MI 48034/313-357-1100

SPECIAL QUALITY PARTIES
UP TO 200

Specializing In: Bar Mitzvahs, Sweet 16s,

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

Based on double occupancy. $5 per
additional person. Maximum 4 persons per
room. Children under 13 stay free in
parent's room and eat free. Limited
availability. Fri., Sat. & Sun. nights
only. Tax is not included.

Special Appetizer Parties Available

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

Come one . . .
Come one hundred

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Family Dining

27167 GREENFIELD, Just North of 11 Mile

559-8222

presents

THIS MONTH'S SPECIALS

ALL EARLY BIRD DINNERS
SERVED 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
7 DAYS A WEEK!
10 % OFF ALL DINNERS

FROM 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. (NOT INCLUDING 2 FOR 1 OR EARLY BIRD)

NIFTY'S GRILL

Your best party room in town

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Monday thru Sunday

NORM'S

Oyster Bar & Grill
357 4442, 29110 Franklin Rd.

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