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January 02, 1976 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS .

January 2, 1976 23

Egypt Shuns Joint Printing Venture of War Volume

VINCENZO'S

Ito/tan•American Cuisine

18211 JOHN R.

Bet

6 & 7 Mile Rds

869-5674

JERUSALEM — The
Egyptian organizers of an
international conference on
the Yom Kippur War turned
down a proposal that the
proceedings be published in
a joint volume with the
proceedings of a similar
symposium held in Jerusa-
lem.
The Israeli organizers had
suggested that the book be
published in Europe or
America.
The Egyptians refused;

IS

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DAILY DINNER SPECIALS
COMPLETE FOR $5.50

GOOD TIME HOUR 4-7 P.M.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
COCKTAILS ARE BICENTENNIAL SURPRISES!

NEW WINTER LOUNGE MENU FEATURES
SUPER SANDWICHES MINI SUPPERS
AT SUPER PRICES! (TILL CLOSING TIME)

and proceedings of the In-
ternational Symposium on
Military Aspects of the Is-
rael-Arab Conflict, held in
Jerusalem in October, are
now being published as a
book in Tel Aviv.
Edited by Louis Williams,
the publishers are Univer-
sity Publishing Projects, 28

Rehov Hanatziv, Tel Aviv.
The 280-page volume con-
tains all the papers read by
leading military figures,
strategists and academi-
cians, as well as the special
sessions with the prime
minister, the foreign minis-
ter and the defense minis-
ter.

dition to touring Israel, the
students are also meeting
with government officials
and student leaders, dis-
cussing the numerous as-
pects of immigration di-
rectly with recent
immigrants and participat-
ing in seminars with Israel's
leading intellectuals.

These two programs are
leadership seminars. In ad-

MOVIE GUIDE

Americana Complex
1, 2, 3, 4

Greenfield N. of 9 Mile

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"DOLLAR DAYS"

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ALL SEATS $1.00
SUN. THRU THURS.
NO COUPONS
FRIDAY AND SAT.
COUPONS ACCEPTED WITH
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4 THEATERS IN ONE BUILDING

Wed. MATINEES ALL

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at 1:00—$1

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WEEKDAYS OPEN AT 6:45
Robert Redford
Fay Dunaway &
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"THREE DAYS
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7:05 & 9:10 Sat. open at 7
"Three Days of Condor"
7:20 and 9:25
Sunday open at 1
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BREAKFAST

OUR SOUPS
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Students in Israel in AZYF Program

NEW YORK — A total of
112 college students from
across the country are in
Israel on two programs of
the American Zionist Youth
Foundation and the Israel
Aliyah Center.

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"My Side Of
The Mountain"

please call theater
for show times

Tonight FAYE DUNAWAY 01.,

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H

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OF THE
CONDOR.

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they break your legs.
Axel Freed owes 544,000.

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A HOLIDAY GIFT FOR THE
WHOLE FAMILY.

c

ig Jan Kadar film about one family's

joys and sorrows and a
love all families
will want to
share.

"Caber
751

METRO GOLDWYN MAYER Resents

A RAY STARK PRODUCTION

d HERBERT ROSS FILM

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for the performing arts

350 Madison Ave., Detroit 48226 • a non-profit organization

COLUMBIA ARTISTS

ALVIN
AILEY
CITY CENTER

presents

DANCE THEATER

WALTER Sldu'n9 GEORGE
MATTHAU BURNS

Neil Simon's

believe
in miracles

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NOW SHOWING

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & SUNDAY
at 1:45, 3:45, 6:00, 8:00, & 10:15

MATINEES DAILY THRU JAN. 4th

Advance Tickets NOW
cn Sale for FRIDAY,
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Evening Performances.

Rorthland

559.3366
Northland Center on
L Hildsmi Drive

Grandfathers
make AM

conic tale

Columbia Pictures presents a Jan Kadar Film,"LIES MY FATHER TOLD ME"
StarringYossi Yadin with Len Birman, Marilyn Lightstone. Jeffery Ly-nas.
Wntten by Ted Allan. Music omposed and conducted by Sol Kaplan.
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Produced by Anthony Bedrich and Harry Gulkin. Directed by Jan Kadar.
A Pentimento and Pentacle V111 Production. Executive Producers Michael Harrison,
Arnold Issenrnan, and Arnold Shniffer.
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Jan. 6-10

PG

NOW SHOWING!

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Check Directory for Holiday Showtimes!

354-9660

Telegraph Rd. N. of 10 Mile

Tickets: $4.5048.50

Tickets: Box Office, Hudson's, Grinnell's Mail Order
or INSTANT CHARGE by phone on Hudson's
963 7680
BankAmericard, Master Charge



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