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April 04, 1980 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34_ Friday, April 4, 1980

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Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

Open Sundays, 2 to 9:30 —Cloud Mon.

(Continued from Page 33)
anniversary with a big
splash.
It still ranks as a Wood-
ward Winner for good
wholesome food at inexpen-
sive prices . . . and one of the
few places around that still
serve turkey sliced fresh
from the bird . . . not roll.
MARCH 25 was the third
birthday of Piper's Alley in
Troy, owned by Mike Kuc-
kelman . . . Those born on
that date were given a free
birthday dinner.
WE'VE GOT A DATE
... hope you can make it .. .
and try one of the Big Mac

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
raelis this week celebrated
their first Passover since
the normalization of rela-
tions with Egypt, some of
them in the land from which
Moses liberated their ances-
tors from slavery. More
than 100 Egyptian Jews
joined 50 Israelis at a Seder
in Cairo conducted by Is-
raeli Ambassador Eliahu
Ben-Elissar. Ironically, the
ceremony was held at the
Pharaoh Hotel.
In Israel, Egyptian Am-
bassador SaactMortada was
guest at a Seder in the home
of Labor Party chairman
Shimon Peres. Mortada,
who brought with him a
Haggada with a French
translation, frequently
asked questions during the
readings. When the section
on the plagues inflicted on
Egypt, not the Pharaoh."
commented, "I represent
Egypt, not the Paraoh."
At one point the Egyptian

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at McDonald's on Green-
field in Oak Park . . . I'll be
behind the grill on
McHappy Day .. •. with par-
ticipating McDonald's res-
taurants all over North
America donating 25 c from
the sale of every Big Mac
sandwich to local children's
charity or group . . . Joe
Katz' McDonald's in Oak
Park has chosen The Ronald
McDonald House at the
Children's Hospital of
Michigan.
I'll be there from 2 p.m.
. . . April 27 . . . See you
then.

Israelis Attend Cairo Seder

From A Snack To A
Complete Dinner

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an

envoy quipped, If you were
so happy to leave Egypt why
are there such long lines of
Israelis asking for entry
visas to Egypt?"
The Israeli army had its
main Seder at Camp Kfir
in the central region with
Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman and Chief of
Staff Rafael Eytan
attending. The soldiers
who stole the afikoman
were promised a swim-
ming pool and a trip to
Eilat.
The first day of Passover
was a hot day and many
people headed for the
beaches and picnic areas.
Some went to Mt. Hermon
for what was probably their
last chance to ski until next
winter.

N o Cabinet Session

_

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Israeli Cabinet cancelled its
regular weekly meeting last
Sunday and is not expected
to convene again until April
9, the second business day
after Passover.
The announcement said
the session was called off
because of the imminence of
the Passover holiday and
because Premier Menahem
Begin was suffering from an
eye inflammation.

Soccer Clinic

TOO

522-5880

The Detroit Express Soc-
cer Team will hold a "kid's
clinic" 2-4 p.m. April 13 at
Applegate Square, South-
field, Admission is free.

DINNERS FROM $ 395 TO $ 525

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to Visit Leaders

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Include: Home-Made Breadsticks,
Antipasto Salad and Spumoni
We also feature pizzas, steaks and

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NEW YORK — Prime
Minister Begin of Israel,
President Sadat of Egypt
and Pope John Paul II will
receive a leadership mission
of the American Jewish
Congress during a two-
week visit the group will
make to Jerusalem, Cairo
and Rome beginning Sun-
day.
The American Jewish
Congress leaders will also
meet with the U.S. ambas-
sadors to Israel, Egypt and
Italy, as well as government
officials and members of the
local Jewish communities
in the three countries they
will visit.

The future is purchased
by the present.

`Music Man' Show in Windsor

Friday and Saturday nights
and 2 p.m. Sundays. Box
office hours are noon-5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.
There is a charge.
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The Windsor Light Opera
Association, Inc., will pre-
sent "The Music Man,"
April 26 and May 2, 3, 4, 9,
10 and 11 at the Cleary Au-
ditoritim, 395 Tecumseh,
Windsor.
Show times are 8:15 p.m.

• • •

Parade Seeks
Participants

The Southfield Michigan
Week Parade slated to take
place May 25 on Civic Cen-
ter. Drive is seeking organ-
izations or persons who
wish to participate.
For information, call the
Southfield Community Re-
lations office, 354-4854.

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