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January 09, 1981 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Italian-American Dining At It's Finest

EXCELLENT BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CALL 832-6464

Tues -Fri. 11 30 p.m. to 1 a.m. DET RO
Sat 5 1
to 1 a.m
Sun 2 p m to 1 a.m

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

Valet
Parking

833-9425

MODERN DELICATESSEN
IS ALIVE & WELL
AND STILL LOCATED AT

3900 FENKELL (corner of Holmur)

862-1444

Dick and George Gunsberg

MAKE YOUR NEXT
OCCASION
A SPECIAL ONE
bo
4(8 8400—
With The
GOLDEN MUSHROOM
At
HAMILTON PLACE






Bar Mitzvas
Anniversaries
Meetings
Showers

• Bat Mitzvas
• Weddings
• Reunions
• Banquets
• All Occasions

Contact Sherri
646-8990

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Enjoy a variety of hot and cold items, juices,
fruits, bagels, cheese, potato pancakes,
fish, seafood, chicken, salads, casseroles,
tempting desserts, and much more.

We're looking forward to seeing you every
Sunday. Our brunch is the natural way to go
and it's only $6.95!

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Olim Decline, Tourism Up

(The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 32)
and David Saltzman, cello,
is scheduled for Jan. 19 and
Feb. 9 at Tweeney's Cafe on
Woodward in Birmingham
. . . They'll perform at owner
Yvonne Gill's popular Mon-
day evening "Concert a la
Carte."
"CALIFORNIA
SUITE" by Neil Simon is
the latest presentation of
Jimmy Launce Productions
. . . opening Jan. 16 through
May 16 at Somerset Dinner
Theater in Troy's Somerset
Mall. .
It's another warm,
humorous sample of Si-
mon's excellent playwrit-
ing.
Friday and Saturday per-
formances have a 7:30 buf-
fet by Alfred's, and Jimmy's
offering at 8:45.
Matinee shows in con-
junction with Saks Fifth
Ave. will begin Feb. 11, 1
p.m. . . including lunch
and fashion show.
CHEF JIM LEHANE at
the Ala Cart Cafe in
Applegate Square on
Northwestern and Inkster
is originally from the Cape
Cod area . . . so no stranger
to sea food dining.
SAXONY finishes up
again tomorrow night at
Dewey's in the Michigan
Inn on J.L. Hudson Drive.
AARON BORENS-
TEIN, only Jewish boxer at
Kronk Gym, home of world
champions Thomas Hearns
and Hilmer Kenty, will be
on the "Saturday Night At
The Fights" card 8 p.m. Jan.
17, at Jewish Community
Center on Maple in West
Bloomfield . . . with Hearns
special guest at autograph-
ing pictures . . . 14 bouts
feature the Kronk Amateur
Boxing Team, which also
includes Hearns' brother,
John.
FLORINE MARK of
Weight Watchers writes .. .
"Along with reducing
America's waistline, one of
the Weight Watchers
organization's major under-
takings has been the foster-
ing of a greater understand-
ing of the importance of im-
proved nutrition for all
people of all ages and sizes.
"Of interest to those wish-
ing to shed the bulges —
brought on by indulges —
are a series of free brochures
on proper nutrition offered
by Weight Watchers.
"An analysis of the im-
pact obesity can have on
general health is contain-
ed in 'Overweight and Your
Health — The Vital Con-
nection.' Specifically, the
brochure details the rela-
tionship between over-
weight and a host of sys-
temic ailments such as
heart disease, diabetes and
respiratory problems.
"A brochure offering
valuable rules for con-
troling the urge to snack
and suggestions on
which foods are suitable
- for snacking is contained
in 'Snacking on a Weight
Control Program.' Con-
vention holds that gen-
eral snacking is taboo if
you are trying to lose
weight. The brochure ex-
',

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Only
850 newcomers were regis-
tered as immigrants during
December, 100 less than
November when the aliya
figure fell below 1,000 a
month for the first time in
12 years. During December,
889 Jews left the Soviet

tends enlightening in-
formation that tells
weight-conscious people
how to snack without
sabotaging a weight con-
trol program.
" 'Weight Control and
Nutritional Needs' de-
scribes the national nutri-
tion goals set down by the
United States Senate Select
Committee on Nutrition
and Human Needs. It in-
cludes the parallels be-
tween those goals and the
objectives of programs of-
fered by Weight Watchers.
"The teens are spotligh-
ted in a pamphlet called 'Be
the Best' offering some
eye-opening answers to
questions about overweight
most frequently asked by
teenagers. The brochure
stresses proper nutrition as
the most important step
toward reaching the top
goals of looks, strength and
talent.
Heredity, early feeding
practices and eating habits
that relate to overweight
problems among infants are
discussed in 'The Fat Child
. . . Born or Made?'
"For copies of any or all of
the above listed free pam-
phlets, write to: Florine
Mark, Weight Watchers,
P.O. Box 125LV, Southfield,
Mich. 48076. Please enclose
a stamped, self-addressed
envelope."

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FROM 10 TO 400

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• Bar Mitzvas
• -Anniversaries
• Birthdays

• Banquets
• Weddings
• Reunions

• Showers
• Sweet 16s
• Every Occasion

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Open Mon. thru Sat.
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m

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PASTA FEAST

ALL PASTA DINNERS
INCLUDING ANTIPASTO & SALAD

$595

SPECIAL DINNERS FOR TWO

INCLUDING 1 /2 CARAFE OF
WINE & ANTIPASTO

ample
$ 1 7 Per

FINE DINING AT
YESTERDAY'S PRICES!

TOM KING at the piano bar

00100 IN

4541.2,60,„

Throughout 1980, a total
of 1.2 million tourists vis-
ited Israel, a six percent in-
crease over 1979.

TYNER'S ORIGINAL

Guest conductor Gabor
Otvos of Hungary will make
his debut on the podium of
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra 8:30 p.m. Thursday
at Ford Auditorium. The
program will be repeated
8:30 p.m. Jan. 17. Cynthia
Raim will be the piano sol-
oist.
As part of the DSO pops
concert series, the Fifth
Dimension will appear in
concert 8:30 p.m. Jan. 16
and 3:30 p.m. Jan. 18. John
Covelli, conductor of the
Flint Symphony Orchestra,
will be on the podium.
Tickets are available at
the Ford Auditorium box-
office.

PodAut....~

Union but only 206 of them
came to Israel, making the
drop-out rate a high 76 per-
cent.

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Fifth Dimension
Among DSO
Programs

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