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November 26, 1982 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

There is nothing so
fragile as civilization, and
no high civilization has long

withstood the manifold
risks it is exposed to.
—Havelock Ellis

GIORGIO'S

569-71
Complete

fit

Restaurant

(Formerly Spiro's)

25920 GREENFIELD at Liu&
Oak Park
968-4060

OPEN MON.-SAT. 1
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.

CONEY ISLAM
RESTAURANT

• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99'

Ma: Sat S-11

4752 SOUTHFIELD RD
1 BLOCK SOUTH OF 10 MILE RD

• LUNCH SPECIALS
• DINNER SPECIALS
Regular Men and
GOURMET COUNTERSIDE
SPECIALS
(Steak Diane, Caesar Salad,
Veal Dishes, etc., etc., etc.)

Ow liku.-Sat. 6 cm. to 8 p.m.

• Breakfast • Laub • Dinar,

BREAKFAST SPECIAL DAILY

15% OFF SENIOR CITIZENS
3-8 p.m.
15% CLUB ELITE DISCOUNT
3-8 p.m.

• Greek Salad • Gyros • Shish Kebob • Etc.

Your Hosts:

i

GEORGE & MARIA GOLEMATIS,

Your Hosts: SAM & DRY FLOROS

CATERING

• Bar Mitzvas • Showers • Sweet 16i
• Anniversaries • Weddings • Buffets
Ildt&UINItt
Accommodations 10-150
• All Occasions • Party Planners • Reasonable Prices

649-0510 4

2850 COOLIDGE • Troy

AUTHENTIC MEXICAN & AMERICAN FOOD
MAXIMILIAN'S ALL-DAY ESCAPE

NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

HinTIE°F COMEDY CASTLE

FRI., NOV. 26 THRU SUN., NOV. 28

MITCHELL WALTERS

"Roger Pryor Show" & LA Comedy Store

TUES., NOV. 30
WED., DEC. 1 THRU SUN., DEC. 5

NEW TALENT NIGHT
SCHMOCK & YALLELEY

From Home Box Office & NY's "Catch A Rising Star"

4616 N. WOODWARD, 1 1 /2 biks. S. of 14 Mile

Royal Oak

549-2323

PLANNING A PARTY??
LET BAGEL BASKET DELI
PREPARE A SPECTACULAR PARTY
TRAY FOR YOU AND YOUR GUESTS
OUR DELUXE TRAY
INCLUDES 6 MEATS












TOP QUALITY HARD SALAMI
DELICIOUS CHOPPED LIVER
LEAN CORNED BEEF
WHITE BREAST OF TURKEY
CHOICE ROAST BEEF
PASTRAMI
SWISS CHEESE
DAILY FRESH POTATO SALAD
CREAMY COLE SLAW
RADISHES

ONLY








BLACK OLIVES
STUFFED GREEN OLIVES
PICKLE SPEARS
SLICED TOMATOES
MUSTARD
CHOICE OF BREADS
SUCH AS JEWISH RYE,
PUMPERNICKEL,
FRENCH OR EGG BREAD,
BAGELS

$ 95

Per Person

(Minimum 8 persons)
Complete Carry-Out Only

11, q

'1:rk‘E

5

BASKET

DELI

5724 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD
IN WEST BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
OPEN DAILY FOR BREAKFAST AT 7 a.m.
WYNN SCHWARTZMAN, Proprietor

By RABBI MARC
TANENBAUM

Seven Arts Features

A unique demonstration
of the collective power of
religious leaders to help
save lives took place in re-
cent weeks in Evanston, Ill.
Alarmed by the growing
number of lives lost through
senseless killings by hand-
guns, Beth Emet Syna-
gogue called together reli-
gious and lay leaders of
Evanston's Catholic and
Protestant churches and
Jewish houses of worship.
They studied and discussed
hadngun control for a
number of months. After
they had mastered the sub-
ject, the religious leaders
organized to win a total ban
on handguns in Evanston.
They organized an Inter-
faith Coalition Againt
Handguns and worked to-
gether for eight months to
rally support of large num-
bers of people in their
churches and Jewish houses
of worship. They studied
and discussed handgun con-
trol for a number of months.
After they had mastered the
subject, the religious lead-
ers organized to win a total
ban on handguns in
Evanston.
. They organized an Inter-

OCC Sponsors
Art Contest

11:30 p.m.-7 p.m. and 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

ALL DRINKS 2 FOR 1 MON. THRU FRI.

Religion and Gun Control



Oakland County artists
are invited to participate in
Oakland Community Cil-
lege's first annual Helen L.
DeRoy Purchase Prize Art
Competition.
The winning entry,
selected by a jury of OCC
Fine ,Arts faculty, will be
displayed on campus and
identified with a small
plaque denoting it as part of
the permanent Helen L.
DeRoy Purchase Prize Art
collection.
Sculptures, watercolors,
oils, acrylics, weavings,
drawings, etchings, prints,
ceramics and mixed media
are acceptable.
Artists are asked to
submit their entries prior
to Dec. 14. The title of the
artwork, the artist's
name, address and phone
number should be listed
on the back of each entry.
For information, call Ted
Striewski or June Holik,
Orchard Ridge Music and
Fine Arts Department,
471-7500.

faith Coalition Against
Handguns and worked to-
gether for eight months to
rally support of large num-
bers of people in their
churches and synagogues.
The Christian and
Jewish clergymen urged
their congregations to
circulate petitions sup-
porting the handgun ban.
The lay leaders sent reso-
lutions to the City Coun-
cil. And both clergy and
laity spoke out forcefully
at public hearings of the
Police Service Commit-
tee demanding and end to
the availability of lethal
weapons.
The effect of that coopera-
tive interfaith activity is
that Evanston has become
the third U.S. municipality
to totally ban the possession
of handguns by the general
citizenry. Many religious
leaders now hope that the
Evanston experience will
become a model for similar
legislation in other states
and finally on the national
level.
Eliminating handguns
from criminal use is a sure
way of making real the rab-
binic teaching that "He who
saves one life is regarded as
if he saved an entire world."

Friday, November 26, 1982 35 --)

It is wonderful what come from the feeling that
strength and boldness of we are in the way of duty.
purpose and energy will
—John Foster

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OCCASIONS

AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES

French, Jewish, American, International Cuisine

967-3999

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second one of equal or lesser value FREE

I GOOD FRI. 3 p.m.-9 p.m. SAT. & SUN. 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY
NOV. 26, 21 & 28
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OPEN SAT. & SUN. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

I

PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
AVAILABLE UP TO 25 PEOPLE

CHINA
GATE

Don't Forget Our

Daily All You Eat Specials

Open Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Fri. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sat. & Sun. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
)
,

NOW SERVES
COCKTAILS

PINE LAKE MALL

4343 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
_
BET. LONG LAKE & LONE PINE

851-5540

MON.-THURS.
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT.
11 a.m. to 12 Mid.
SUN. & HOLIDAYS,
12 noon to 11 p.m.

s

Corner of Northwestern Highway
and J. L. Hudson Drive

LUNCHEON SPECIALS

COMPLETE CARRY-OUT
AVAILABLE

(in The Delta Dental Building)

Southfield

Guard 17:"0: Duty

552-8360

Immunizations
for Kids Offered

The Oakland County
Health Division will offer a
free immunization clinic for
Farmington and surround-
ing communities 9 a.m.-
noon Dec. 8 at the William
Grace Elementary School,
29040 Shiawassee, Far-
mington Hills.
Immunizations for
measles, German measles,
mumps, polio, diphtheria,
tetanus and whooping
cough are available. A par-
ent or guardian must ac-
company the child under 18
years of age and bring any
Previous records of immuni-
zations, including any let-
ters from the schools.

Also Enjoy Our Fine Menu Downstairs In The
Beautiful and Intimate STEAK BAR

JUSTiN -AfT_JEL & TRILOGY gNON THE ANNEX

Wed. thru Sat.

29230 Frankiin Road

at Twelve Mile and Northwestern Hwy.

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