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November 09, 1979 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kenyan Companies Refuse
to Halt Trade With Israel

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NIAROBI, Kenya — The
Kenyan government will
not interfere with the trad-
ing activities of Kenyan

TEEN , DISCO
COMES TO
ERFECT BLEND

In The Fidelity Bank Bldg.
NORTHWESTERN AT EVERGREEN

353-4070

alIP

STARTING THIS SUNDAY
6 p.m. to Mid.






Latest Disco Sounds
Dance Contests
Non-Alcoholic Drinks
Prizes
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companies, some of which
are subsidiaries of Ameri-
can multi-nationals, despite
the fact that a number of
companies have been
blacklisted by the Arab
League for trading with Is-
rael.
A Ministry of Foreign Af-
fairs statement said that
such an attempt would con-
stitute a serious breach of
diplomatic privileges and
immunities enjoyed by the
Arab League office in Niab-
robi.
Recently, Kenya has been
seriously threatened by in-
creases in Arab oil prices.
"Instead of engaging in
economic sabotage against
Kenya, the Arab League
should concentrate on im-
proving economic and fi-
nancial cooperation betwen
Kenya and the Arab world,"
the Ministry said.

MOVIE GUIDE

lIERKLEY THEATRE

2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley
LI 2-0330

All Seats $1.00

at all times

Dennis Christopher in
"BREAKING AWAY" (PG)

Weekdays incl. Sat.
7:30 & 9:30
Sun. 3:20, 5:20, 7:25 & 9:25

WASHINGTON THEATER

426 S. Washington, R.O.

541-0082

This Engagement Only
Adults $2, Children $1
The screen's most magnificent
Entertainment returns

"FIDDLER ON THE ROOF" (G)

Mon.-Thur. 7:30 only
Fri. 7 & 9. Sat. 2, 7, & 9:50
Sun. 1, 4, 7:30. Wed. Mat. 1
For student and group info call
541 0083
during normal show hours.

-

KINGSWOOD THEATER

Woodward & Square Lake Rd:
Bloomfield Township 338-2856

This Engagement Only
Adults $2.50, Children $1.50
In Full Dolby Stereo
The only way you can really enjoy
the fabulous

"FIDDLER ON THE ROOF" (G)

Week Nites
7 & 9:30
Wed. Mat. 1 P.M.
Sat. & Sun.
first show $1.50
4:20, 7:00, 9:30
no passes or coupons accepted
SPECIAL KIDDIE SHOW
Sat. & Sun. $1.25
"THE LITTLE MERMAID"
1:00 & 2:45 ONLY
Late Show Fri. & Sat.
12 Mid Nite
"FRITZ THE CAT" (X)
Separate Admission Required

Group rates for

"FIDDLER ON THE ROOF"
Call 338-2874

Nazi May Quit
Mayoral Post

BONN (JTA) — The res-
ignation of a West German
mayor accused of helping to
send thousands of French
Jews to the gas chambers
has been demanded by West
Berlin Jewish leader Heinz
Galinski.
Galinski said it is ex-
traordinary that Ernest
Heinrichsohn can remain as
mayor of the northern
Bavarian town of
Buergstadt while being
charged with helping the
deportation of 73,000
French Jews and Com-
munists to concentration
camps, where many of them
died in gas chambers.
Heinrichsohn, 59, who
worked in the Jewish affairs
section in Paris during
World War II, is on trial in
Cologne along with former
Paris SS chief Kurt
Lischka, 70, and Herbert-
Martin Hagen, 66:
He told the court that
he thought the thousands
of Jews being deported
from Paris were going to
work camps and did not
know their fate until he
saw films and photo-
graphs after the war.
"I only carried out my or-
ders," he told the court last
Friday when questioned
about the deportation or-
ders he signed. "I never
acted on my own responsi-
bility."
Meanwhile, residents of
the 3,500-population town
which re-elected him mayor
by an 84 percent vote last
year told German television
that they stood behind
Heinrichsohn.

SilL

IRVIN FELD AND KENNETH FELD PRESENT
sii IPSTA DS8 JOHNSON

1, 1 ...et'

ALL NEW 44th EDITION


Olympic Gold Medalist

• PEGGY
TICKETS ON SALE AT:


FOR INFORMATION

(313) 895-7000
For Groups (313) 895-5500

PHONE CHARGE

(313) 895-7000


MAIL ORDERS
• SAVE $2.00

WDIV-TV FAMILY NIGHT •
• • OPENING NIGHT I KET
1/2 PRICE

Special Guest Star

PERFORMANCES

FLEMING

WDIV NIGHT-ALL SEATS, 1/2 PRICE!

OLYMPIA STADIUM BOX OFFICE
• ALL AREA HUDSON'S STORES

Tues: NOV 13 . .
7.30
Wed. NOV. 14 .
7-30*
Thurs. NOV. 15 .
7-30*
Fri. NOV. 16 .
.7:30
Sat. NOV. 17 . . 11:00* . .. 3:00 . 8:00
Sun. NOV 18 .
.1:30.. .5:3Q
Mon. NOV 19 .
No Performances
Tues. NOV. 20 .
7-30*
Wed. NOV. 21 .
7 - 30*
Thurs. NOV. 22 .
7-30*
Fri.
NOV. 23 .
. 1:30 . . 7:30
Sat. NOV. 24 . 11:00 .. 3:00 .. . 8;00
Sun. NOV. 25 .
1-30
.5:30

MON. thru FRI. 10 AM to 6 PM

Charge To VISA or MASTER CHARGE

51.00 Service Char. e Per Phone Order

O
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1.1 inth
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rfboorm
yeances

All Seats Reserved $5.50 $6.50 $7.50 Price Includes Tax

Send self•addressed, stamped envelope, with check
or money order payable to: OLYMPIA STADIUM,
Ice Follies, Olympia Stadium, 5920 Grand River,
Detroit, Michigan 48208















SHOUT IT FROM THE ROOFTOPS!

Th e screen's most magnificent entertainment
; pep.;
with joy, laughter, love and life.

By 1957, El Al's piston
engine planes were being
replaced with the industry's
most advanced airliners,
Bristol Britannia jet-props.
That December, an El Al
Britannia set a speed record
by crossing the Atlantic,
from New York to London,
in 8 hours and 35 minutes.

NOW OPEN

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THE MIRISCH PRODUCTION COMPAN`G
A NORMAN JEWISON FILM
"FIDDLER ON THE ROOF"
starr:ngTOPOL NORMA CRANE LEONARD FREY MOLLY PICON PAUL MANN
Produced and Directed by. NORMAN JEWISON Sc'eenD ay by JOSEPH STEIN Adapted from h , s stage d'a,
--';.;:.';tej
MuSiG far stage play and tIlm by JERRY BOCK tyncs for stage play and film by SHELDON HARNICK
Produced on the New York stage by HAROLD PRINCE f .nt,re stage production d rected and choreographed b, JEROME ROBBINS
ML,s c adapted and conducted by JOHN WILLIAMS 3. dfral cnorecgrapny by JEROME ROBBINS
Adapted for the screen by TOM ABBOTT sc,st ISAAC STERN f,ired r PANAVISION' COLOR
United Artists

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Seafood and Spirits

A T , 3'''S,VTIPr ca C^r,

ti

(Former Locale of Scotch 'n Sirloin)

Cooing"' :

Complete New Orleans-Style Oyster Bar

Mon. thru Fri. 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Sat., 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Sun. 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Serving • Lunch • Dinner • After Theater

Kitchen Open Mon. thru Fri. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Sat. 5 p.m. to 12 Mid.
Sun. 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

20480 James Couzens at Greenfield

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861-6333 ,

STARTS
TODOY

MAPLE 3

855.9090
Maple Road at Telegraph

DEARBORN

* ESQUIRE

LO 1-3449
Michigan & Telegraph

VA 2.2870
E. Jefferson, Grosse Pointe

MOVIES AT

*MOVIES At

LAIESIDE
247-2400
Lakeside Center, Ster. Hts.

MALL
MALL
349-4311
Twelve Oaks Mall—Novi

A: ngrits reserved

*IIINGSWOOD

338-2856
Woodward at Sq. Lk. Rd.

WASHINGTONS

U 1-0082
A22 S. Washington, R.O.

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