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August 12, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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36 Friday, August 11, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

There are faces so fluid
with expression, so flushed
and rippled by the play of

thought, that we can hardly
find what the mere features
really are.

ALEXANDER'S
13400 W. 9 MILE & COOLIDGE

OPEN 7 DAYS

DAILY LUNCH &
DINNER SPECIALS .

$2.95

Mon. Thru Sat. 7 a.m. to 11 p.M.
Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

1 DAILY BREAKFAST SPECIALS

7 DAYS A WEEK
MON-FRI 7 am-11 am, SAT & SUN 1 am-2 pm
From 1.15 to 2.95

11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

FROM

Anoed
542-4414

95' EXTRA INCLUINS:
SNP, YES., COFFEE OR TEA OR 1 SOFT
DRINK OR 11101 CHOCOLATE AND DESSERT

2 EGGS,
TOAST &
COFFEE

1

$1.25

WAFFLE
AND
COFFEE

Archeologist Claims Biblical Rothschild Memoir Tops
Story Had Different Setting French Best-Seller Lists

Moses may have received
the Ten Commandments on
Mount Har Karkoum in Is-
rael's central Negev Desert
rather than Mount Sinai,
according to Italian ar-

r GIORG1O'P

Restaurant

(Formerly Spiro's)
25920 GREENFIELD at UNPIN

$1.95

Specializing in Authentic
Italian-American Dining
Lunches and Dinners

Open Sundays 2 to 9:30 — Closed Mondays

rEXCELLEN'T BANQUET
FACILITIES

Oak Park

• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99`

• VALET PARKING •

I ANY DINNER
1 $5 Or More
1

1

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1 Expires

O 8/18/83

Limit
. 1 2 Dinners
I Per Coupon

!

MM.-Sat. 6-11 a.m.

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

7225 W. McNichols (6 blks. W. of Livernois) UN 2-6455

it, so a:
I $ 1 °° OFF

968-4060

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

Your Hosts:

GEORGE & MARIA GOLEMATIS

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• FRESH BOSTON SCROD
• FRESH SALMON STEAK
• FRESH FILET OF PICKEREL
• FRESH FILET OF WHITEFISH
• FRESH FILET OF LAKE TROUT
• FRESH WHOLE RAINBOW TROUT
• FRESH FILET OF LEMON SOLE
a FRESH FILET OF LAKE PERCH

CHILDREN'S
MENU

MESQUITE CHARBROILED SPECIALTIES

BENJIE'S

IFISIT 8At atrv cm

2650 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

Between Middlebelt & Cass Lake Rd.

682-7730

OAKLAND COUNTY'S LARGEST SELECTION
OF FRESH FISH . . . BROILED,
CHARBROI1F0 OR SAUTEED_

theologist
Emmanuel
Anati.
Anati's claim which was
reported by the Detroit Free
Press in its science section
earlier this month, is based
on his correlation of ar-
cheological finds with de-
scriptive quotes from the
Bible.

The archeologist, director
of the Camuno Center for
Prehistoric Studies in Bres-
cia, Italy, said the path to
Har Karkomis is marked by
several stone pillars and the
remains of a building. This
is consistent with Exodus
24:4, which says Moses
"built an alter under the hill
and 12 pillars according to
the 12 Tribes of Israel."
Anati also cited a cleft in the
rock that could have been
the place where Moses
found refuge when, accord-
ing to Exodus 33:22-23, God
told him "I will put thee in a
cleft of the rock and will
cover thee with my hand
while I pass by."

Initial Order
Is 300 Planes

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WASHINGTON — Israel
Aircraft Industries, the
government-owned firm re-
sponsible for the production
of the new Lavi fighter
plane, will build 300 such
planes in its initial order,
Avaition Week and Space
Technology magazine re-
ported.
According to the maga-
zine, 60 of the 300 planes
will be two-seat, advanced
trainers. The first flight of
the Lavi is scheduled for
February 1986.

Prime Rib Dinner,

AU JUS

Served with Yorkshire Pudding, Salad, Rice
Pilaf or Baked Potato and $
95
our own Teacup Bread.

Through Monday, September 5

Meriwether's

Telegraph, North of 10 Mile, Southfield
358-4950

PARIS — The Rothschild
family, whose business
acumen has helped shape
Europe for the better part of
two centuries, can now in-
clude a best-selling author
as a member of the fold.
"Contre Bonne Fortune"
("Against Good Fortune"),
the memoirs of France's
Baron Guy de Rothschild,
has become the summer's
most popular book here.
The 370-page volume is
an account of the baron's
life, including his
encounters with anti-
Semitism in the French
hierarchy. The book ends
with the nationalization of
the family bank by Francois
Mitterand in 1981.
The memoirs appeared

last spring, just as the
French president was
proposing austerity
measures which included
extra taxes and a ceiling
on how much money
French citizens could
take out of the country.
In the book, Rothschild
says it was during World
War II under the col-
laborationist government of
Marshall Philippe Petain
that he met anti-Semitism
first hand. Along with most
family members, he fled to
New York, but later joined
Charles de Gaulle's Free
French in London.
He said he sought to join
the French resistance, but
was rejected because he was
a Jew.

New Cookbo oks Released

"The Art of Preserving,"
"Fast Italian Meals" and
"Barbecue and Smoke
Cookery" are among three
new paperbacked cookbooks
released by 101 Prod-
uctions.
"The Art of Preserving,"
by Jacqueline Wejman and
Charles St. Peter, illus-
trated by Holly Zapp, fea-
tures recipes, which range
from butters and chutneys
to pickles and relishes and
22 historical essays related
to food.
A discussion of equip-
ment and instructions for
the different preserving and
pickling methods introduce
the recipes.

"Fast Italian Meals,"
by Emalee Chapman,
with book design and
illustration by Alice
Harth, covers methods
for cooking; equipment,
foods and herbs needed;
and recipes ranging from
appetizers through des-
serts.
Maggi Waldron offers 250
recipes for charcoal grilling
and old-fashioned smoking
in her book illustrated by
Erni Young.
Among the recipes are the
kebabs of the Middle East,
spit-roasted meals repre-
sentative of the Meidterra-
nean area, teriyakis of
Japan and more.
In all three cookbooks,
kosher consumers should be
advised it may be necessary

Cancer Society
Benefits Slated

The American Cancer
Society will hold a rol-
lerskating benefit Sunday
in downtown Birmingham.
Registration will begin at
noon in the parking lot of
Joseph A. Bank Clothier.
The benefit will begin at 2
p.m. There is a registration
fee.
Proceeds from the benefit
will be used for cancer re-
search. For details, call the
cancer society, 557-5353.
The cancer society will
sponsor a "Treasurers
and Trivia" celebrity au-
ction 7:30 p.m. Aug. 24 at
the Lindell A.C.
The public is invited.
Admission is free. For de-
tails. call_thecancersocietv.

to substitute items for non-
kosher ingredients or com-
binations that may be listed
in the recipes.
Bon appetit!

D movie listings

BERKLEY THEATRE

2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley LI 2-0330
ALL SEATS
$1.00 AT ALL TIMES

"OCTOPUSSY" (PG)
Evenings 7:00 & 9:30
Sun. 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30

BLOOMFIELD THEATRES

Downtown Birmingham

2 Budget Theaters
To Serve You Better!!

646-0154

ADULTS $2.00
CHILDREN $1.00

I - Roger Moore as
James Bond 007 in
"OCTOPUSSY" (PG)
Each evening at 7:15 & 9:45

II - A movie based on
Rod Serling's
famous TV program
"TWILIGHT ZONE" (PG)
Fri & Sat. 7:00 & 9:00
Sun.-Thurs. 7:30 only

Classic late show

All seats $3.00
"HAROLD & MAUDE" (PG)
Fri. & Sat. 11 pm
Sun.-Thurs 9:30 only

KEEGO CINEMA

Where Movies Cost Less

Orchard Lake & Cass Lake Rds.
1 1 /2 Miles West of Telegraph
682-1900

Expanded paved lighted
parking behind theatre.

This ad will entitle bearer to
ONE FREE ADMISSION
Sunday thru Thursday
When a second admission
is purchased

Offer expires Sept. 10, 1983

Roger Moore is James Bond!
"OCTOPUSSY" (PG)
Weekdays & Sat. 7:00 & 9:30
Sun. 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30

WASHINGTON THEATER

426 S. Washington, R.O.

542-0082

Adults $1.50
Seniors 55 & over
50, Sun.-Thurs.
"TWILIGHT ZONE" (PG)
Fri. & Sat. 7:30, 9:35
Sun. 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 & 9:30

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