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November 03, 1978 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-03

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(Continued from Page 37) lie (not to be confused with
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Donnelly and Doris Van quire Deli in Harvard Row,
Giesen have been there 11 Mile and Lahser) .. .
since the first of three delis What Dave is doing may be-
occupied the site . . . and come the first delicatessen
remain, doing their always chain we've ever heard ab-
very fine, customer pleasing out.
JACK MATTHEWS,
jobs.
No dinner yet until after Cadillac. gent, likes to dip
first of year . . . Also prob- his cigars in wine.
IT'S NOT TOO early to
ably a name 'change . . : to
Esquire Two . . . Dave owns start thinking about New
Northgate Deli on Green- Year's Eve . . . Lelli's has al-
field and 10 Mile, and Es- ready started informing
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A new color movie
entitled "Israel and the
Sinai," will be shown 2:30
p.m. Nov 12 at the Detroit
Institute of Arts by New
York Times Travel Writer
William Stockdale in the
third of 22 World Adventure
Series programs. -
Stockdale, the speaker-
photographer, is a frequent
contributor to the New York
Times. He will be intro-
duced by World Adventure
Series host George Pierrot.
Among many highlights
are the West Bank, the
Golan Heights, a trip by
Arab bus to the Arab stron-
ghold in Hebron, near the
Lebanon border, the Jordan
and Sea of Galilee, Tel Aviv,
Haifa, Bethlehem, all major

biblical cities, the Dead Sea
and an overnight visit in a
kibutz guest house.
Stockdale also filmed the
Knesset. There's a complete
tour of Jerusalem, the Via
Dolorosa, the Western Wall,
a synagogue and Hadassah
Hospital.

Shown are Nazareth,
Capernaum, the great
Bahai temple \ and Per-
sian gardens, Mount of
Olives, Gethsemane,
Samaria and Caesarea.
Other highlights are the
Sinai safari, starting with
the descent to Eilat and
the Red Sea, a trip by
uin oasis,
camel to a Bedo
everyday life in the Sinai
and climbing Mt. Sinai.
Succeeding shows will
take series audiences all
over the world, guided by
all-new color movies. Sub-
jects include Scotland, The
Netherlands, Romania,
Venice, Tahiti and the
South Seas, the Bahamas,
Ireland, Morocco, Nepal, a
sea trip around Cape Horn
in the brigatine Yankee and
a tour of England, Scotland
and Wales.
For a free, illustrated
brochure describing_ all
World Adventure Series
shows, call the WAS office,
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and tickets are available by
reservation.

Reception Due
for Area Artist

Bethsheva
Artist
Applebaum will be honored
at a reception 7 p.m. Nov. 12
in the Oak Park Library.
The event, sponsored by the
city's Arts and Cultural
Commission, opens an ex-
hibit of her prints and paint-
ings which will be on dis-
play in the library until
Dec. 2.

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