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June 11, 1982 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ALEXANDER'S
13400 W. 9 MILE & COOLIDGE

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542-4414
Mon. Thru Sat. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

OPEN 7 DAYS

- Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

DAILY LUNCH &
DINNER SPECIALS'

BREAKFAST & SL tIAL2 Sp.m.
7-1121=
7

FROM 99c to $2.95

11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

WAFFLE
AND
COFFEE

2 EGGS,

FROM $ 2.95

TOAST &
COFFEE

85' EXTRA INCLUDES:
SOUP, VEG., COFFEE OR TEA OR 1 SOFT
DRINK OR 1 HOT CHOCOLATE AND DESSERT

$1.05

$1.45

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SINCE 1932
6676 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD
JUST SOUTH OF MAPLE IN THE
WEST BLOOMFIELD PLAZA

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FRIDAY - ALL DAY
FISH & CHIPS

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

DAILY SPECIALS

OPEN 7 DAYS

MON.-THURS. 11 to 11 p.m.
FRI. 11 to 2 a.m. SAT. 4 to 2 a.m.
SUN. 12 noon to 11 p.m.

COCKTAILS

CIRO'S

1535 CASS LAKE RD. 1/4

MIAMI — Jerusalem offi-
cials, as a tribute to
Holocaust heroine Gisi
Fleischmann, have re-
named one of the city's
streets.
"Giza Street," the new
addition to Jerusalem's to-
pography, came about
through the efforts of
Miami-based writer Joan
Campion. Miss Campion
has written a biography, a
"non-fiction novel" and a
short play about Mrs. Fleis-
chmann.
For two years, Mrs. Fleis-
chmann and her colleagues
managed to protect 20,000
Czechoslovakian Jews from
deportation to Nazi death
camps.
They also helped to re-
scue Jews from Poland
and at one point they
negotiated for the lives of

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF CUR CUSTOMERS

all the Jews left in
Europe.
Gisi Fleischmann was
deported to Auschwitz and
died there on Oct. 18, 1944.
Miss Campion's mentor
throughout the project has
been Nora Levin, author of
the standard historical
work "The Holocaust."
In print so far is a short
play about Mrs. Fleis-
chmann, "Mission To Ful-
fill," designed for commu-
nity groups. Plans are afoot
to publish the novel, "In the.
Lion's Mouth," later this
summer. Miss Campion
indicated that the biog-
raphy will come last.
Information on Joan
Campion's work may be ob-
tained from Writer's Serv-
ice, P.O. Box 152, Miami
Springs, Fl. 33166.

$2 OFF • Lod Massacre Victims

I

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Jerusalem Street Renamed
for Holocaust Heroine

Mile N. of Orchard Lake Rd.

681-3440

50 Typos of Ornelottoo

In Southfield

CREATES THE ULTIMATE
SUPER SPECIAL
MONDAY

ALL YOU CAN EAT
BAR-B-Q
CHICKEN DINNER
Includes Bowl of Soup
$395
or Salad, Vegetable,

Potato & Roll.

OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDA),
9AMto3PM

Memorialized in Puerto Rico

4.1 .

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico
(JTA) — Memorial services
for the 16 Puerto Rican
tourists killed in the
"kamikaze" terrorist attack
at Lod Airport in Israel 10
years ago were held at the
Maramar Jewish Center.
A number of the survivors
attended, as did an Israel
Air Force doctor, Moishe
Gross, who treated those
wounded in the attack on
May 30, 1972.
The victims were Puerto
Rican Christians on a pil-
grimage to holy places in Is-
rael. They had just disem-
barked from their plane
when terrorists, later iden-
tified as members of Japan's
extreme left Red Army
sprayed the passenger ter-
minal with machinegun
fire.
All but one of the ter-
rorists were killed by Is-
rael security forces. A
sole survivor, Kozu
Okamoto, is serving a life
sentence in an Israeli
prison.
Rabbi Claudi Kaiser of
the Jewish Community
Center conducted the serv-
ice. Israel's Ambassador to
the U.S., Moshe Arens, sent
a message from Washington
recalling that the pilgrims
who survived the tragedy
completed their tour of Is-

Kaplans Cited

The American Contract
Bridge League Charity
Foundation has presented a
check for $250 to the Na-
tional Kidney Foundation
of Michigan in the names of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kaplan of
West Bloomfield.
The presentation honors
the Kaplans for their "high
achievement in ACBL-
Wide Charity Game."

Resuming Ties

•Easy Perking •

Tower 14 Building

Corner of Northwestern Hwy. and J.L. Hudson Drive
Southfield
552 - 8360
Mon. - Thurs. 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Fri. 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sat. & Sun. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

CAIRO (ZINS) — The of-
ficial newspaper of Egypt's
ruling National Democratic
Party says that 17 Arab
states which severed ties
with Egypt after its peace
agreement with Israel in
1979 are ready to resume
diplomatic relations.

Friday, June 11, 1992 39

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rael "despite the shock, the
sorrow and the pain. Noth-
ing reflects better the de
termination of those who
are ready to resist ter-
rorism," the envoy wrote.
He extended "condolences
to the people of Puerto Rico
and the families and friends
who lost their dear ones in
the Lod massacre."

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7 DAYS A WEEK


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Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.
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Be. Willis & Canfield

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5 NIGHTS
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Parking

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FORMOSA'S
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RESTAURANT & LOUNGE SINCE 1961
25234 GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE
967-3922

MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT JAKKS

FOR LUNCH, DINNER, LATE NITE MENU
AND FAVORITE COCKTAILS
OUR EARLY BIRD IS SUCH A GREAT SUCCESS
THAT WE ARE SERVING IT ONE HOUR LONGER
MON.-FRI. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
FROM $5.25

NOW AT JAKKS

EVERY HALF HOUR 12 TO 2:30 p.m.
A LUNCH IS GIVEN AWAY FOR 10 CENTS
EVERY HALF HOUR 5 to 10 p.m.
A DINNER IS GIVEN AWAY FOR 10 CENTS

(Food only)

HOLIDAY WEEKEND SPECIAL

Come and enjoy a great weekend with us! includes an ele-
gant guest room with satellite television (HBO), a Conti-
nental Breakfast at the Holidome Cafe either Saturday or
Sunday, plus our great Holidome Indoor Recreation Center.
Dining and dancing at Maxwell's restaurant with live
entertainment every night except Sunday, plus an out-
door jogging course and aerobic classes offered on a
limited basis. Close-by golf, tennis racquetball, roller
skating, and shopping mall.

$ X9 50
"'"'
PER NIGHT

Advance reservations required. Double
occupancy, children under 18 free,
share room, maximum four persons per
room.

This special package good through
9-30-82. Call now for reservations
for a relaxing fun weekend. (Special

coupons not valid with this offer.)

Farmington Hills
Holiday Inn

38123 W. 10 Mile Road

Farmington Hills, Ml. 48024
Telephone: (313) 477-4000

operated by Abel Management Co under license

HOLIDOME

INDOOR RECREATION CENTER

Swimming Pool
Whirlpool
Putting Greens
Ping Pong & Pool Tables
Shuffleboard

'ARCADE"'
video game room
Holidome Pub/Cafe

Moonlight Swimming

(adults only)

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