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October 15, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, October 15, 1976

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Violinist Gingold
Violinist Kogan
to Play with DSO Plays in Oak Park

Soviet violinist Leonid
Josef Gingold, noted
Kogan will appear with violinist and former con-
the Detroit Symphony certmaster of the Detroit
Orchestra at a pair of Symphony Orchestra,
concerts 8:30 p.m. Thurs- will perform with the Oak
day and Oct. 22 in Ford Park • Symphony Or-
Auditorium. chestra at its first concert
, DSO Music Director of the season, 8:30 p.m.
Aldo Ceccato will conduct Tuesday, under the direc-
the concerts, which con- tion of Valter Poole, in the
sists of two works by Oak Park High School
Brahms: the violin con- Auditorium.
Gingold will play
certo and the Symphony
Wieniawski's Concerto
No. 2.
No. 2 and Poeme for violin
For information, call and orchestra by Chaus-
the DSO, 961-7017. Tic- son. The program also in-
kets are available at Ford cludes works by Beeth-
Auditorium.
oven and Bartok.

(SHERATON BLOOMFIELD PONTIAC

1 BIk. No. of Sq. Lake

On Woodward Ave.

2 Hour Musical - - `-v>KI-L
Comedy—
Cast of 14

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• Fridays 8 Saturdays at 8:15
• Admission Only $4.50
(Coc tails Available)
• Dinner & Theatre Packages
From $9.95 (14 Entrees)

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Reservations: 338-6131

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Illsettis M iirsedway

11141t

`A FUNNY THING

WiPPENED OK THE StIti- To DE MUM"

Opens Oct. 22nd — The Musical Hit — "I DO! I DO!"

COME TRY OUR
FINE DINNERS!

THE ORIGINAL

Delicatessen-Restaurant
11 MILE & LAHSER IN HARVARD ROW

353-4999

19460 W. 10 Mile Rd. (1 BIk. E. of Evergreen
352-7466
OFFERS DINNER SPECIALS
7 DAYS A WEEK
MON.
Delmonico Steak or
Fried Shrimp

TUES.

New York Strip or Veal Parmigiana

WED. & FRI.
- Our Famous Fisk & Chi Ps
THURSDAY
Liver & Onions or Veal Cutlet
SAT. & SUN.
White Fish or Pried Chickept

ABOVE DINN.ERi' INCLUDE:
Soup, Salad, Vegishie, Choice of
Potato, Coffe
e
Tea.

(Weekend Spetio1,1101PieicJecle jelio or rice pudding)

MOH.-THURS., 7 a.ra. to 9:30'akat.
FRI. L SAT., 7 ant. to El pr.
SUNDAY, 9 O.M. to 9t3Sp.m.

By UZI BENZIMAN

consisting of eight, 10 and
.12 souls.

Woodblock Print OLYMPIC ROOM
2280 N. WOODWARD
Exhibit Slated
at 12 1/2 Mile

Miriam Feldman of
Troy Art Gallery will pre-
sent an exhibition of
woodblock prints from
Japan created by Kiyoshi
Saito, and a group of
ceramics by Marie Woo.
The exhibit is open 11
a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-
Fridays until Nov. 4.
The Troy Art Gallery is
located on the ground
floor concourse of the
"Top of the Troy" office
building, 755 Big Beaver
Rd.

Royal Oak's Newest
Restaurant

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)
American & Greek Cuisine
JERUSALEM

Superb Home Cooking
Today there are some
Whenever the security
Lamb & Rice, Mousaka,
and external problems 30,000 people in the 5,000
facing Israel seem to let apartments of
Pastitsio, Famous Greek
up a little, national Katamonim. The average
Salad, Prime Rib, Steaks,
awareness of the coun- family of these quarters
Chops, Seafood
try's many urgent domes- thus consists of. six per-
AT
REASONABLE
PRICES
tic problems is sons: 50 percent of the
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
heightened.
families have more than
Complete Carry-Out
The current renewal of four children.
Open 7 Days, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
interest by the press and
The survey's findings,
by many politicians in the
543-3666
social welfare issue appa- which riveted public at-
rently indicates that Is-• tention when they were Illlown•=1111.1111.11•1•1& ,
FAMOUS BIG TYME SANDWICHES
raelis believe the exter- published, were described'
nal front has calmed by Avner Amie-1,
CHOOSE FROM
down, at least for the time member of the Prime
10 HAMBURGER GREATS
Minister's
.Committee
on
being, mainly perhaps, as
SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
a result of the inter-Arab Disadvantaged Youth
'nd senior Jerusalem so-
SAME GREAT MENU!
conflict over Lebanon.
One of the most in- cial worker, as shocking
CHARBURGERS
• STEAK & EGGS

teresting and revealing and ominous.
DELICATESSEN

DINER
publications generated
The survey found that
by this reawakening in- the main housing prob-
EGGS & OMELETS SERVED IN A SKILLET
terest in domestic prob- lems in the Katamonim
MIME
DELICIOUS PASTRIES GALORE
. MEIN .
lems was a survey of liv- were dampness and over-
INIONI
ing conditions among 207 crowding which affected
MOM EN ►
576-1588 4286 N. WOODWA RD
-
families in the both the physical and men-
Between 13 & 14 Mile
Katamonim quarter of tal health of all who lived
.....•
......• ......,

Jerusalem.
there, said Arnie', adding
Katamonim was an in- that several children slept
stant slum, built in the in one bed in many of the
W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)
southern part of homes and some even slept
559-3377
Op e n Mon.-Sat. from 11:30 a.m.
Jerusalem in the begin- on the stairs.
FOP n
ning •of the 1950s. It con-
MON., TUES. & WED. ONLY
BEEF KABOB
Most of the people who
sists of several shikunim
Reg. $7.95
(blocks of apartments) were interviewed for the
PRIME RIB DINNER $675
SPECIAL
where immigrants mainly survey were of Oriental
Reg. $9.25
$5.95
from the Oriental coun- origin;-their average age
MARSALA
SCALLOPINI
A
LA
VEAL
tries were settled in the was 45. Only seven of the
Entertainment
early years after the estab- 207 heads of the families
reg. $8.25
Titers., Fri. & Sat.
lishment of the state. interviewed had perma-
Katomonim was hastily nent, and skilled employ-
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250
WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS • PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
planned and built in order ment. A total of 120 were
4 : emmememeo
to solve the immediate employed in unskilled
plight of the olim, who labor, and 78 were un-
were living in field condi- employed. Sixty of the 207
Detroit & Suburbs Most
tions in transit camps families lived in two-room
Elegant Restaurant
("ma'abarot -).
apartments, 100 families
The homes constructed had apartments of 2 1/2
in Katamonim were of rooms, most of the re-
one or two rooms (30 maining 47 families lived
square meters to 60 in one-room apartments.
square meters). These The average family
tiny apartments would studied in the survey con-
115 E. Long Lake Rd. at Livernois Res.: 879-6810
have to absorb the often sisted of 7.6 persons.
large Oriental families,
COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS—MON. THRU THURS.

.

TIIE SUSSEX H OUSE

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Now $ 95

ESQUIRE

— Hours —

Jerusalem's Slum Problem
Gains Government Notice

• Breakfast





Lunch

Dinner

THERE 15 A DIFFERENCE

Join Us For A Very Pleasant Surprise

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Maronite Christians Franklin Society
Help Fight PLO
Has Antique Fair

* PRIME 12 OZ. NEW YORK STRIP STEAK

NEW YORK "(ZINS) —
The Maronite Christian
community in the United
States maintains a per-
manent contact with
American Jewish and
Zionist organizations in
the common cause of
combatting the PLO, it
was reported by Moshe
Dayan's afternoon Heb-
rew daily, Hayom Hazeh,
(This Day).
One of the prime aims of
the Maronites is the crea-
tion of an independent
organization dedicated to
raising funds on behalf of
the hard-pressed Maro-
nite Christians in Leba-
non, and for an educa-
tional program to present
the case for the Maronite
community.
There are now about
half a million Maronite
Christians resident in the
United States.

$4.75
* BAR-B-Q RIBS (The Original Squire's Table Recipe)
* SEAFOOD ALA GOURMET (Broiled Danish Lobster, Steamed

Library Friends
Present Movie

"Flying Down To Rio,"
a 1933 RKO release, will
be the first film in the
1976-77 series of classics
sponsored by the Friends
of the Oak Park Library.
The movie will be
shown at the library, 8
p.m. today: Admission is
free.

$4.95
$4.50

*"PRIME TENDERLOIN TIPS Ala Burgundy,
Over Bavarian Noodles

Franklin Historical
Society,/Franklin Village,
will sponsor Poor
Richard's Antique Fair 5,
11 a.m.-9 p.M. Thursday
and Oct. 22 and 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Oct. 23 at Franklin
Community Church.

Alaskan King Crab Legs, California Dungeness Crab,
Jumbo Shrimps, Clams Casino, Oysters Rockefeller)

$7.95

THE ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: A REWARDING TRIP TO OUR BOUNTIFUL SALAD
BAR • SOUP OR JUICE • LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FRESH BREADS AND BAGELS •
COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
Private Banquet
No Coupons Accepted For
• • •
Facilities Available
These Specials

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A bake sale and tea ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

room offering light meals
are also featured. Tickets
are available at the door

or by writing to the Soci- •
• GOOD 7 NIGHTS A WEEK!
ety, Box 7, Franklin,

Mich. 48025.



UNBELIEVABLE SPECIALS!!! !

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN

000000 60043o 006"

A ROOM
FOR ALL
PARTIES

FROM 25 TO 125

ALSO CATERING IN
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YOUR OWN HOME OR HALL

5 MENUS TO CHOOSE FROM
• BRUNCH •DELI BUFFET
• DINNER • LUNCH
• COCKTAIL HORS D' OEUVRES

ADVANCE
CAFETERIA

ADVANCE BLDG.
9 MILE & GREENFIELD

557-8060








or

SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN 4°

or





PERCH

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Includes Cole Slaw, Potatoes
& Bread Basket


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OPEN 5 p.m. TO 10 p.m. SUN., MON. & TUE.
5 p.m. TO 4 a.m. WED. MU SAT.
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1 99

No Coupons

ENTERTAINMENT
TIL 4 a.m.

FRI. & SAT.
COMPLETE BREAKFAST MENU










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355-0077

x 71 W. 8 MILE
JUST W. Or FVERCREEN

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