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[[double line]] [[top left image - black and white photograph of two actors]] Charles S. Dutton and John Carpenter. [[top right - black and white photograph of two actors]] Lou Criscuolo and Joe Seneca [[bottom image - black and white photograph of four actors]] Charles S. Dutton, Leonard Jackson, Theresa Merritt and Robert Judd. [[line]] [[advertisement]] AFTER THEATRE...THE STEAKHOUSE WITH A DIFFERENCE Laurence Cresci, formerly of the Palm Restaurant, and partner Andrew Sager invite you to enjoy the difference. Return to the age of elegance at... [[script]] Manhattan Café [[/script]] Avenue at Sixty-Fourth Street New York 212-888-6556 Reservations suggested. Major credit cards accepted. lunch and dinner seven days THICK STEAKS AND CHOPS, JUMBO LOBSTERS, CONTINENTAL AND NORTHERN ITALIAN SPECIALITIES AND PASTAS [[/advertisement]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[advertisement]] [[image - black and white photograph of a painting by Van Gogh]] VAN GOGH IN ARLES The Metropolitan Museum of Art October 18 - December 30, 1984 Sponsored by Manufacturers Hanover and the Robert Wood Johnson, Jr. Charitable Trust This exhibition gathers over 140 van Gogh works of art that have never been seen together before, and Manufacturers Hanover is pleased to help make it possible. All visitors musty have a ticket for a reserved date and time. Tickets available at the Uris Center of the Museum during all public hours. Also through Ticketron and Tele-tron, a telephone service that excepts reservations with major credit cards. [[Manufacturers Hanover's logo]] MANUFACTURERS HANOVER The Financial Source[[superscript]]SM[[/superscript]] Worldwide [[/advertisement]]
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