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October 07, 1983 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 1, 1983 39

Barbie Demands Freedom, Says He Was Kidnapping Victim

PARIS (JTA) — Klaus
Barbie, the wartime
"butcher of Lyon," now in
jail awaiting trial for crimes
against humanity, has de-
manded his release on
grounds that he was a kid-
nap victim.
According to his defense
counsel, Jean Verges, Bar-

1984 Farmer's
Almanac Issued

DUBLIN, N.H. — The
1984 edition of The Old
Farmer's Almanac (Yankee
Publishing Inc.) is now av-
ailable.
The almanac, which has
been published annually
since 1792, offers an as-
sortment of weather fore-
casts, tips on gardening and
raising crops, anecdotes,
charts, tables and various
feature stories.
Included in this year's
edition are features such as
"The Common Headache:
Some Causes and Surefire
(?) Cures" and "Twenty-five
Things to Do With Stuff You
Usually Throw Away."

bie was seized by uniden-
tified French agents in
Cayenne, French Guiana,
after his expulsion from
Bolivia last February and
transported to France.
"I was a kidnap victim
and request justice," the
former deputy commander
of the Gestapo in Lyon said.
Verges has filed suit in
Cayenne, requesting the
chief justice there to
order an investigation

Parenting Event
Slated Tuesday

"Improving Your Child's
Self-,Image" will be the topic
of a talk to be delivered by
Dr. Lendon H. Smith, na-
tionally noted pediatrician,
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Tem-
ple Israel.
The occasion of Dr.
Smith's talk is the sixth an-
nual Alicia Joy Techner
Memorial Parenting Con-
ference, named in memory
of the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David (Ilene) Techner.
The public is invited free
of charge.

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OCT. 21-24 $22.75/$23.75 '

FRI.-MON.



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$11.75

OCT 26

WED.

PETER ALLEN

$14.75

OCT 28-29

FRI.-SAT.

THURS.-SAT.

LORETTA LYNN

THURS.-SAT.

NOV. 10-12

$14.75/$15.75

COMMODORES

NOV. 17

THURS.

$14.75

FRANK SINATRA

NOV 25

FRI.

8

p.m

TEMPTATIONS & FOUR TOPS

FRI.-SAT.

DEC 2-3

$17.75

ALL SHOWS 7:30-10:30 p.m.

ALL SEATS RESERVED

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
THE PREMIER CENTER BOX OFFICE,
ALL CTC OUTLETS, OR TO ORDER TIC-
KETS
BY PHONE, CALL 264-1111. BOX OFFICE
HOURS: 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

PREMIER CENTER

33907 Van Dyke • Sterling Heights • 918-8100

• ••••••••••

The Oakland County
Health Division will offer
an immunization clinic for
Farmington and surround-
ing area 9 a.m.-noon Wed-
nesday at the 10 Mile Com-
munity School, 32789 10
Mile Road, Farmington.
Immunizations for
measles, German measles,
mumps, polio, diphtheria,
tetanus and whooping
cough are available. •
For information on the
clinic, call the county health
division, 424-7000.

movie listings

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BERKLEY THEATRE

2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.

Berkley 1.1 2-0330
ALL SEATS
$1.00 AT ALL TIMES

Rodney Dangerfield in

"EASY MONEY" (R)

Fri., Sat. & Weeknights
7:35 & 9:30
Sun. 3:40, 5:35, 7:35, 9:30


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Sorry, we missed our
Jewish News Deadline.
Please check daily pap-
ers for movies and
showtimes.

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Downtown Birmingham

2 Budget Theaters
To Serve You Better!!

646-0154

ADULTS $2.00
CHILDREN $1.00

KEEGO CINEMA

. Where Movies Cost Less

Orchard Lake & Cass Lake Rds.
11/2 Miles West of Telegraph
682-1900

$23.75

NOV. 3-5

Immunization
Clinic Planned

BLOOMFIELD THEATRES

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$13.75

OCT. 14-15

FRI.-SAT.



into the circumstances of
the alleged kidnapping
and to disclose the iden-
tities of the agents and
their accomplices.

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Expanded paved lighted
parking behind theatre.
This ad will entitle bearer to

ONE FREE ADMISSION

Sunday thru Thursday
When a second admission
is purchased

try, under the alias Klaus
Altmann, until his arrest in
La Paz last Jan. 25 for il-
legal business activities.
He was expelled a week
later and flown to Cayenne,
the nearest French territ-
ory. His attorney alleges
this was a deliberate move
to enable French agents to
take him into custody.
Barbie's suit charges col-
lusion between the French
and Bolivian authorities,
claiming that France and
Bolivia have no extradition
treaty. The French in fact
unsuccessfully sought Bar-
bie's extradition for years
but the ex-Nazi was under
protection of the right-wing
military regime which was
overthrown shortly before
his arrest.

Barbie was sentenced to
death in absentia by a
French court shortly after
World War II. He escaped
from Germany to Bolivia in
1951 and lived in that coun-

Southfield Fire
Dept. to Have
Open House

Southfield
The
Firefighters Association
and the city of Southfield
will co-sponsor the annual
Fire Department Open
House from noon to 6 p.m.
Sunday at the city's main
fire station, 24477 Lahser.
The free program will fea-
ture several live demonst-
rations, including the ex-
tinguishing of a flaming to-
wer, a simulated extrication
of an auto accident victim
from a car using the "Jaws
of Life," and a high-rise res-
cue from the department's
training tower.
Also included will be
games and free prizes for
the kids, fire truck rides,
equipment - displays, video
presentations and food
booths. Proceeds from the
sale of refreshments will
benefit the Burn Institute.

Hospital Slates
Diabetes Class

"Living With Diabetes," a
free, six-part course for
diabetics and their families
will be offered 9-11 a.m.
Wednesdays at Madison
Community Hospital in
Madison Heights beginning
next week.
To reserve a place in the
class or for additional in-
formation, call the hospital,
588-8000 ext. 247, any
weekday morning.

Free Car Clinic

The Automobile Club of
Michigan will hold a free
winter car-care clinic from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday at
the Southfield Civic Center..

Fonnirly Beefs Bird

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r GIORGIO'S

Family Dining

Restaurant

21411 SOUTHFIELD (N. of 11 Mile)

(Formerly Spiro's)

559-1091

25920 GREENFIELD at LiicaI
968-4060
Oak Park

F -

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

• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99'

Met-Sat. 6-11 3...

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

Rabbi Wine,
Psychologist
to Lecture

The center for New
Thinking will present "Dis-
agreement: Staying Cool in
Arguments," a lecture by
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine 2:30
p.m. Sunday at the Some-
rset Mall in Troy.
Psychologist and author
Carol Tarvis will speak for
the center's Thursday
Forum series Thursday at
10 a.m.
There is a charge for both
events. For information,
call the center, 546-8928.

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

.7 a.m. to
a.m.

$

1.5

FROM $ 3.
INCLUDES: SOUP, POT., VB.
BREAD & BUTTER

GEORGE I MARIA GOLEMATIS

DOMINICO'S

FAMILY RESTAURANT
2859 COOLIDGE, 2 Blks. S. of 12 Mile 541-7670

CHARLES
ROWLAND

PIANO & VOCAL STYLIST
THURS.-SAT. 8:30-1 a.m.
SUN. 7-11:30 p.m.

KIDS CABARET AT DOMINICO'S

Photo Exhibition

An exhibition of nature
and night photography by
Marjorie Silk of Oak Park is
being shown at the Book
Beat in Lincoln Center
through Nov. 12.

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Starts Saturday, Oct. 22, 12:90 p.m.

MAGIC, SURPRISES, AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION
BIRTHDAY PARTIES WELCOME, NO VIDEO GAMES.

includ,s lunch

show.

BetwratIoas: M1-7670

.

• Baby Frog Legs • Baby Perch .
• Red Snapper
• Cottage Fries

• Dover Sole
• Turtle Soup

PLUS DOMINICO'S FAMOUS ITALIAN-AMERICAN DISHES

OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

• COCKTAILS

"WAR GAMES" (PG)

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TEL-EX CINEMAS

Telegraph at 10 Mile
354-9660

,

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BARGAIN MOVIE
All Seats $1.25
at all times

"EASY MONEY" (R)

WASHINGTON THEATER

426 S. Washington, R.O.

541-0082

Adults $1.50
Seniors 55 & over
50c Sun.-Thurs.

Nick Nolte & Eddie Murphy in

"48 HOURS" (R)

Fri. & Sat. 7:30 & 9:30
Sun. 3:45, 5:30, 7:30, 9:20
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 & 9:20

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LUNCH & DINNER
SPECIALS

Your Hosts:

Weekdays 7:00 & 9:30
Sat. & Sun. 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30
Sat. & Sun. Mat. Open 1:45 p.m.

Mon.-Fri. 7:20 & 9:15
Sat. & Sun. 1:20, 3:15, 7:20, 9:15
Wed. Mat. 1:00

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[OPEN 1 DAYS —7- a.m.-10

Offer expires Oct. 13

Rodney Dangerfield in

4

• 2 Eggs (any -St
yle)
• 3 Strips of Bacon or
• 3 Unks of Sausage
• Potatoes, Toast & Jelly

SUNDAY BRUNCH

Served from 10 am to 2 pm
Adults $7.35 Children under 5 $4.95

ingsltu 3nn

Make Reservations Now For Brunch

Reservations Also Taken For Our $14 95 per couple Prime Rib or White Fish Dinners

Woodward at Long Lake Road

Bloomfield Hills 642-0100

Buses Available For
All Detroit Lions
Home Games

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