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April 28, 1978 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Where wealth is in order,
poverty is out of place.
—The Talmud

Madame Rosa' at Maple 3

"Madame Rosa", the
Academy Award winner in
the best foreign film cate-
gory, made its Detroit area
premiere on Wednesday at
the Maple 3 Theatres on
West Maple Rd. just west of
Telegraph.

WANT A SKIMPY SANDWICH?

DONT COME TO

OLD TIME DELI

27701 Orchard Lake Road

Near 12 Mite

553- 2191

isnmiirx 714iniii 711;v:4 1,2E 1141LE RD.

5a 59-33;7"n)

DINNER SPECIALS MON. THRU SAT.

• BEEF KABOB • FRESH FISH • CHOPS
YOUR CHOICE

IMES: TOSSED SALAD,
MUM OS POTATO

$5 95

Happy Hour In The Lounge
4 to 7 p.m.

NOW.FEATURING

JERRY
LIBBY
JAZZ TRIO

BANQUET FACILITIES
AVAILABLE UP TO 225

WED.-SAT. 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.

'SAM PANZICA'S'

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• LUNCHEONS
• DINNERS
• COCKTAILS
EXTENSIVE FRESH SEAFOOD
MEIN Foatsriag
FRESH OYSTERS & FRESH CLAMS
SALAD BAR & ITALIAN MENU

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

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SALAD BAR. c495
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HOT ROLLS a BUTTER

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CHOICE OF ONE OR TWO

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$995

THRU SAT.

Originally titled "La Vie
Devant Soi," "Madame
Rosa" is based on Emile
Ajar's best-selling novel.
"Madame Rosa" marks
Moshe Mizrahi's third film
to be selected as the official
entry of a country for Best
Foreign Film. His two ear-
lier nominations were "I
Love You Rosa" and "The
House on Chelouche
Street," both selected by Is-
rael.
In "Madame Rosa",
Mizrahi has an actress of
international acclaim
starring in the title role,
Simone Signoret. Ms.
Signoret won the Oscar
in 1959 for her perform-
ance in "Room at the
Top". She also has been
awarded the Cesar which
is the French equivalent
to the Oscar for her role
in. "Madame Rosa."
Ms. Signoret plays a
Jewish concentration camp
survivor and former prosti-
tute who in her later years
raises the children of young
prostitutes.
It is also the story of an
environment; the pimps,
the whores, the transves-
tites and the average people
who populate Belleville and
Madame Rosa's special re-
lationship with an Arab boy
whose background is
shrouded in mystery.
Starring also are Claude
Dauphin, Samy Ben Youb,
Michel Bat-Adam, and
Genevieve Fontanel.

CJ

FOR TWO $995 Per Person

BOTH DINNERS INCLUDE. SOUP. LARGE SALAD,
POTATO OR VEGETABLE

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Friday, April 28, 1918 31

Jerusalem Planning for Population Increase

JERUSALEM (JTA) — 530,000 by 1992.
Bethlehem will have a com-
The Jerusalem City Council
By then the population of bined population of one mil-
has approved a master plan Jerusalem, its suburbs and lion, double the present -
for the united city and its surrounding towns, such as combined population.
environs that forsees a
population of one million in r**************************4‘***
14 years.
ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN
According to the city
Invite You To See Why
fathers, Jerusalem's popu-
lation, which stands at
380,000 today, will reach
In The Metropolitan
450,000 by 1982 and
Detroit Area

: We Are #1

Sunday Recital

Pianist Melanie Karr
Munro will perform a solo
recital of works by Mozart,
Ravel, Bartok, and Chopin
at 3 p.m. Sunday at Maryg-
rove College's Madame
Cadillac Hall. There is no
admission charge.

OUR FAMOUS BREAKFAST

Tuos•Sat 6 am.-11 a.m. Sun a a.m.-10a.m.

TRY ROSE'S
BLINTZES & PANCAKES

• FRESH ORJUIGE JUICE
• 2 EGGS (my aryl
• ROLL OR LABEL s)
• COFFEE OR TEA

1

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OUR GREAT SALAD BAR, BREAD BASKET & BUTTER
SUNDAY DINNER

4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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LATE EVENING MENU
TIL 1 a.m.

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KKS

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OFF

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All Occasion Parties, Picnics, The Beach
and Tired Mothers

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Sat., 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Komisar of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Melissa
Beth, to Dr. Gary Allen Por-
ter, son of Mr. Dick Porter of
Greenfield, Iowa, and the
late Mrs. Helen Porter.
Miss Komisar
was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Colorado School of
Business Administration.
Her fiance earned his mas-
ter's and doctorate degrees
from the U-C School of
Business Administration.
An August wedding is
planned.

Tickets Available
for Kids Program

Tickets are still available
for "Professor Pompous and
the Pumpkin Patch" to be
presented by The Whistle-
Stop Children's Theater
group 2 p.m. Sunday-at the
Labor Zionist Institute. For
information, call Karen Be-
rris, 968-8126.








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Catering For All Occasions
Complete Carry-Out Service

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APRIL 29 &
SUN., APRIL 30

With This

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Located In

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Closed Modays

1968-00221

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