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May 24, 1991 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-24

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WED 7 PM
THUR - FRI 8 PM
SAT 5 PM & 9 PM
SUN 2 PM & 7 PM

Co-sponsors: The Metro Times

& comencA Incorporated

"Three Ways Home"
... powerful theatre
that demolishes stereotypes."

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION,
CALL 875-8284;
VISA AND MASTERCARD ACCEPTED.

Third Ave. & W. Grand Blvd.
(Across from the
Fisher Theatre Parking Lot)

MAGNIFICO!

"Andiamo is another stunning
contribution to Detroit's ipstaurant
scene. The place works tenifieally as
a restaurant. It has warmth, verve
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COMPT FATE NEW MENU

...a truly Italian restaurant where
the food is prepared with heart
and soul! Classic flavor.
Wonderfully delicate. Superb
presentation. Modestly priced.

Come enjoy the relaxed atmos•
phere where good food and good
drink are the attraction!

ALDO OTTAVIANI

Our New
Chef

The legendary Aldo
Ottaviani (from the origi-
nal Aldo's Restaurant)

With 1-696, you are

on ly 20 minutes away

from Great Authen-
tic Italian Dining!

CELEBRATE YOUR
NEXT EVENT
IN A MOST
GRAND MANOR.

Weddings
Showers
Bar Mitzvahs

Reunions Bat Mitzvahs
Birthdays Parties
Banquets Anniversaries

We offer the most luxurious accommodations
with private rooms for smaller affairs or our
stunning ballroom for up to 2,000 guests, all
graciously orchestrated by our professional staff.

And, of course, we provide free parking on site.
For more information call us today and let us
treat you in the most extraordinary manor.

rand anor

of FAIINE

19000 Hubbard Drive • Dearborn, MI 48126 • 336-4900

DOT & MARKI'S
355-3480 BAR BO HOUSE

The Place For

• Ribs • Chicken • Pizza
• Pasta • Vegetarian
• Creole Shrimp • Gumbo
• Jambalaya • Fish
& so much more!

Carry Out & Delivery
Catering Available

355-3480

24545 W. 12 Mile

(just W. of Telegraph)

7096 E. 14 Mile Road

ITALIA

268.3200

2UNCH SPECIAr,

RIB SNACK

$ 49 5

pick up only

$2 50 OFF

pick up only

Beau jacks

Food & Spirits

LIVE OPERA

EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

EARLY DINNERS
NOW 7 DAYS

Listen To Arias and Duets From The
Most Beautiful Operas Ever Written

Monday Thru Sunday
4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Entrees priced from

I LIVE ITALIAN MUSIC TUES. THRU SAT

$5.75-$9.95

Enjoy The Music Of

EXCELLENT
ITALIAN
CUISINE

RON DEPALMA

Every Tues. & Fri. Evening

4108 W. Maple • Birminaham. MI • I nice k w c, Telectec. • 626-2630

AMISH CHICKEN

ROTISSERIE-STYLE

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FINE DINING AND COCKTAILS' HOMEMADE PASTA AT ITS BEST

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31735 Plymouth Road

3 Blocks West of Merriman • Livonia

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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1991

For Reservations, Call

261-2430

The Pontiac-Oakland Sym-
phony, in conjunction with
the City of Pontiac, will host
Aretha Franklin with the
symphony in a benefit perfor-
mance 7:30 p.m. July 13 at
the 10-acre Phoenix Plaza in
downtown Pontiac.
Wilmer Bryant, Jr., vice
president and community ex-
ecutive of First of America
Bank in Pontiac, is chairman
of the benefit concert and a
board member of POS. Funds
raised will support the POS
programs in the greater Pon-
tiac community and in the
Pontiac schools.
For information, call the
Symphony, 370-2140.

Troy Players
Do Simon Comedy

Troy Players will perform
Neil Simon's comedy The
Prisoner of Second Avenue 8
p.m. May 31, June 1, 7 and 8
and 2 p.m. June 2 at the Troy
Community Center, 520 W.
Big Beaver Road (at 1-75). For
ticket information, call Troy
Players, 879-1285.
The June 2 performance
will be signed for the hearing
impaired.

LUNCH OR DINNER SPECIAL

Any Large Gourmet Pizza

Private Parties

Welcomed up to 40

Between Mound and Van Dyke

Closed
Mondays

Pontiac Symphony
Plans Benefit

DAD'Z CHICKEN

2448 Orchard Lake Road just west of Middlebelt•Sylvan Lake

683-7030

YOUTH

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NCSY Conference
Holds Conclave

During the Central East
Region of the National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth
24th annual Regional Con-
clave at Camp Brighton,
Robert Arnold, an 11th grade
student at Akiva Hebrew Day
School, was installed as
regional president. Previous-
ly, Mr. Arnold was regional
vice president of education.
Robert is the son of Shirley
and Martin Lerner.
Jonathan Kantor, a 9th
grade student at Akiva and a
resident of Windsor, Ontario,
was elected regional vice
president for junior NCSY.
Mr. Kantor is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Jeffrey Kantor.
Jonathan is the first Cana-
dian to hold a regional posi-
tion in Central East NCSY.
Other Detroiters who
received honors were Elie
Schochet, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Claude Schochet, for
meritorious services; and
Jessica Kirzner, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Kirzner,
for individual social actions.
The Detroit chapter was
recognized for its continued
growth and development over
the past year. Accepting the
award for the Detroit chapter

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