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October 04, 1974 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-04

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* NOW APPEARING —

NOW APPEARING

27910 W. 7 MILE

• 1111111NENMIk

HERITAGE
BIG BOY

BUDGET MASERS

•' CHILDREN'S

MENU
• MINI BREAKFAST

FAST EFFICIENT CARRY-OUT
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

-

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

SUN.-THURS., 7 a.m.-12 mid. FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m.-1 a.m

24901 NORTHWESTERN

356-7470

AT EVERGREEN & 10 MILE

Enjoy Our New and Different
Tantalizing Tastes

Nov
Serving
CoeittailS,
Exotic
Drinks

and
Fine
Wines

HOURS:
Mon. thru Thurs.
11 to 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat.
11 to 12 midnight
Sunday
12 to 10 p.m.
Businessmen's
Luncheons
11 a.m - 3 p.m.

41563
WEST TEN
MILE
NOVI
MICHIGAN
48050
349-9260

OPEN 24 HOURS
7 DAYS A WEEK

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AMERICANA

Restaurant

18338 PLYMOUTH RD. (1 Blk.W. of Southfield)

837-8940

• BREAKFAST •LUNCH •DINNER

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT MENU
Also Featuring

THE AMERICAN

CONEY ISLAND

• Lunches
• Dinners
• Cocktails

ion-PRIVATE BANQUET
FACILITIES

"k'alril

17630 WOODWARD

(4 blks. N. Of 6 Mile)
Detroit
Mon. thru Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m. - 12 Midnight

Closed Sundays

P

arackio Villa
115 E. LONG LAKE RD.

(Corner

Livernois) Troy
Monday thru Saturday .
11 a.m. to 2a.m.

Closed Sundays

JOEL NASH

at our piano bar

869-3988 879-1150

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GARY EDWARDS

DINO VALLE

• COCKTAILS
• BUSINESSMEN'S
LIGHT OPERA AND BUFFET NIGHT
LUNCHEONS
EVERY WEDS. EVENING!
• DANCING
Italian-American BUFFET—Over 20 Items
• LIGHTED
ONLY 57.00 PER PERSON
PARKING
ALL YOU CAN EAT
• OPEN
Modern Adult Country 8 Western Music 1 7 DAYS
FRI. - SAT. - SUN.
• RESV.
KE 1-7960
- "CASEY CLARK"

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26—Friday, October 4, 1974

AND

"SAGE"

DIRTY HELEN'S

Mr. and Mrs. John Haddow of Franklin, left, saw more
than $100,000 raised for Israel Bonds at a recent parlor
meeting held in their home on behalf of Israel Bonds. The
meeting was held in advance of the Oct. 20 Bond dinner
which will honor Ira Kaufman. Shown are, from left, Mr.
and Mrs. Haddow, Ira Kaufman, Prof. Gerald Meister,
guest speaker; David Pollack, Israel Bond chairman for
metropolitan Detroit; Mrs. Pollack, chairman of the Bonds
women's division; and Nathan Feldman, dinner chairman.

Israel Population Hits 3,400 000

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The population of Israel is now
3,400,000, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics.
That figure includes more than 500,000 non-Jews. Accord-
ing to the 'bureau, the Israeli population rose by 2.8 per cent,
or 93,000, during the outgoing Hebrew year. The Jewish
population rose by 2.6 per cent, compared to a 4 per cent
increase among the non-Jews.
Some 75,000 of the increased population was Jewish,
and 18,000 were not Jewish. Some 30,000 of the new Jews
were ohm, while all of the increase in the non-Jewish
population was due to natural growth.
According to the Associated Press, the increase in
population is due, in part, to a post-Yom Kippur War baby
boom. Soldiers returned from the front lines last winter,
and the maternity wards have been filled this month. Shaare
Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem reported 29 births on Yom
Kippur alone, three times the normal rate.

DOWNSTAIRS AT THE LELAND HOUSE
962-2300
. COCKTAILS • DANCING
CASS AT BAGLEY

BEGINNING THIS TUESDAY

NORTHWOOD INN'S

BOUNTIFUL

BEEF BUFFET
RETURNS

TUESDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS
6 tp 10 p.m.

MORE THAN 30 DELECTABLE SELECTIONS
CALL FOR
5
RESERVATIONS

69

544-7770

I s

For get
Br r unch

LETTER BOX

Tribute to Leader of Young Judea

our beloved Helen Kass, a
garden has been planted in
Kiryat Shemona.
I wish to express my sin-
cere thanks to the former
members of the HADAR
ZION YOUNG JUDEA club,
family and friends of the late
Helen Kass, and, of course,
U.S. Is Praised
the cooperation of the Jewish
National Fund Office, for
as Israel's Best
making this garden a reality.
Friend in Crisis
EVELYN (EISELMAN)
WALLACE
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Moshe
Carmel, a leading spokesman
of the left-wing Ahdut Ha'- `Rabbi Jacob' Film
avoda assessed President
Nixon's place in Israeli his- Showing Locally

tory in a leading article that
"The Mad Adventures of
appeared recently in Yediot 'Rabbi' Jacob," a comedy of
Ahronot.
errors in filmdom's tradition
"There is no one in Israel," of slapstick and pratfall is
writes Carmel, "who will now showing at the Somerset
deny the enormous assist re- Mall, Studio North and Tel-
ceived from the American Ex Cinemas.
airlift which came in Israel's
The film is directed by
darkest hour to the relief of Gerard Oury, and released
Israel's frontline positions. by 20th Century-Fox.
This will forever stand to
Sight gags and visual hi-
the credit of Richard Nixon." jinks dominate the movie
He said, "the people of which tells of the mix-ups
Israel must know that there between a rabbi, an Arab
has never been an American fleeing a revolutionary tri-
president who did as much bunal and a wealthy French-
for Israel as did Richard man rushing home for his
Nixon."
daughter's wedding.

Helen Kass, who died re-
cently, was the leader of the
Hadar Zion Young Judea
Club, which functioned in the
1930's. She was the director
of Young Judea in Detroit.
In cherished memory of

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• Businessmen's Luncheons • Dinners

Cocktail Hour
4 to 7 p.m.

Dancing Mondays thru Saturdays

From 10 p.m.

Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.

• After Theater
Snacks

27822 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

At 12 Mile, Just
Off U.S. 696

851-4094

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evenings at the

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For Reservations: 272 - 0730
COMPLETE DINNERS INCLUDE
Hors D'Oeuvres Salad Bar Soup Vegetable & Potato

INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL'
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WEDNESDAY
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WITH SECOND MEAL AT REGULAR PRICE

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V.I.P. ROOM . . . 7 NIGHTS A WEEK IN THE LINE
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