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September 14, 1990 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-14

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ENTERTAINMENT 1

Why go east
when the best
is just to the
West?

Casey J. Ambrose, Conductor

uy tine
Sandwich
2nd One Is
1/2 OFF

with this ad exp. 10/14/90

Mon.-Fri. 10 am-10 pm
Sat. 8 am-10 pm
Sun. 8 am-6 pm

669-5200

Fax. 669-0390

Tray Catering Our Specialty

Shiva Trays Available

I

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What other
charity
would

ON WOO DWA R D

JEAN

Cultural Center
Hosts Poets

STAR BAND

Every Thursday-Friday-Saturday

44S . 9pm Dinner Show
c,Ncs° 11 pm Late Show - Dancing
Dinner Starts at 6pm

situp,

Reservations Suggested for Groups 015 or More

Red carpet Valet Parking At Door
630 Woodward-3 Blics N. of Jefferson
(Arrocs from NI3D)

SSMONangagMangastsmang

The Livonia Mall Amateur
Art Contest and Exhibit will
be held Oct. 9-15. The Art
Show is sponsored by the
Livonia Mall Merchants
Association and is open to
amateur artists.
Entries must be suitable for
hanging and size of entry is
not to be larger than 3' x 3'.
There is no limit on the
number of entries an in-
dividual may submit.
Prizes for first, second and
third place will be announc-
ed. Honorable Mention rib-
bons will also be awarded.
There is an entry fee.
For information, call Bill
Checks, 476-1166.

presents

964-3200

ANITA' S kitchen

FORMERLY OF TALLY HALL

roll over,

Open For Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

All Natural Ingredients
No Preservatives , , No Additives
Featuring Homemade Mid-Eastern Specialties

Daily Specials • Reasonable Prices

Visit Our Other
location At
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Maple & Uvemois, 7 a,m, TO 11 p,m,
Troy

CARRY OUT AND
CATERING
FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

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CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS

WITH

Yogurt!

FROZEN YOGURT PIES

ORDERS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR
YOUR FAVORITE HOLIDAY DESSERT

o,

and be g
for your
money?

The animals at the Michigan

I Can't Believe IV)

Humane Society will do any-
thing for your support because,
for many of them, it's the only
chance they have.
Animals give so unselfishly,
they're begging you to do
the same.

Give to the Michigan Humane Society.
7401 Chrysler Dr., Detroit, MI 48211

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872-3400

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94

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1990

644-4730

The University Cultural
Center Association will host
a weekend of artistic celebra-
tion, exhibition and perfor-
mance in and around the
various institutions of
Detroit's Cultural Center
11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 22 and
1-4:30 p.m. Sept. 23 at the
Engineering Society of
Detroit Theater.
Poets will read in sets of
three, with a break of one
hour between sets. There is
no charge. For information,
call Lines, 833-1858.

WB Offers
Homes Tour

HOME OF THE 2 FOR 1 DINNER MENU

31005 Orchard Lake Rd.

\ MIME

Livonia Mall
Hosts Contest

Auburn Hts.

852-7420

The West Bloomfield Parks
and Recreation will host a
tour of the Edsel and Eleanor
Ford Grosse Pointe mansion,
the Fisher mansion and the
Fair Lane mansion Sept. 21.
A light lunch along the tour
route of high tea at the Ritz
Carlton are included. There is
a charge.
lb register by Sept. 14, call
parks and recreation,
334-5660.

Ann Arbor Sets

Drama Season

The Michigan Theater, Ann
Arbor, will present Drama
Season 1991, an interna-
tional season of six plays.
They will run October
through April.
The Moscow Studio Theatre
will begin its American tour
with a performance of Alex-
ander Galich's My Big Land,
a drama on the conflict of
father and son. The Irish Ab-
bey Theater will bring John
Synge's comedy The Playboy
of the Western World.
Stratford actor Brian Bed-
ford will appear in a one-man
Shakespeare festival entitled

The Lunatic, the Lover and
the Poet. Shakespeare's com-
edy Two Gentlemen of Verona
will be offered by the
American group known as
The Acting Company.
From South Africa's Market
Theatre comes a production of
Sarafinal The season will end
with a production of A.R.
Gurney's Love Letters.
For information, call the
Michigan Theater, 668-8397
or 668-8405.

Players Say
`Hello Dolly'

The Bloomfield Players are
presenting Hello Dolly Friday
through Sunday, Oct. 19-21
and 26-28. The play will be
presented at the Lahser High
School.
Friday and Saturday perfor-
mances are at 8 p.m. Sunday
matinee is at 2 p.m. There is
a charge.
For ticket information, call
the Recreation Department,
433-0885.

Orchestra Hall
Slates Open House

Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra Hall will hold an open
house 1-4 p.m. Sept. 16 at Or-
chestra Hall. The Open
House will give patrons a
chance to find their seat loca-
tions and view the restored
hall.
Live music will be perform-
ed; free light refreshments
will be available in an out-
door tent.
The open house is free.

Agape Foundation
Slates Program

The Agape Smiles Founda-
tion will present Up With
People performing their new
show "Face to Face" 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 22 at Novi High School.
The Agape Smiles Founda-
tion is a non-profit organiza-
tion that provides music and
humor programs for the
elderly in nursing homes and
senior residences throughout
Wayne, Oakland and Macomb
County. This will be a benefit
concert.
For ticket information, call
473-1172.

I LOCAL NEWS

I sm"

Folks Farein
Plans Memorial

Yiddish Folks Farein will
hold its annual memorial ser-
vice 11 a.m. Sept. 16 at
Workmen's Circle Cemetery
— Yiddish Folks Farein sec-
tion, Mt. Clemens. Rabbi
David Nelson will lead ser-
vices. Relatives and friends
are invited.

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