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October 28, 1983 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Poll: Tel Aviv
Is First Choice

- TEL AVIV (JNI) — Given
the choice, most Israelis
would prefer to live in Tel
Aviv, with Jerusalem their
second choice and Haifa
third, according to a na-
tional survey commissioned
by the Tel Aviv Municipal-
ity.
The survey indicated that
22 percent of Israeli citizens
who want to move, want to
live in Tel Aviv, 17 percent
want to live in Jerusalem
and eight percent in Haifa.

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FREE

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FROM 4 p.m.

1 7 DAYS A WEEK
I AND THIS COUPON

Anti-Nuke Protestors Rally
at Israel Embassy in Bonn

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Social programs in most of
the 12 neighborhoods newly
accepted into the Project
Renewal framework during
1982 have not yet been
started because the Jewish
Agency has not yet found
willing diaspora "twinning"
communities.
The Agency has been try-
ing to persuade wealthy
communities that already
aid one renewal area to ac-
cept another, but with
limited success. Only Bal-
timore, which is "twinned"
with Jerusalem's Ir Ganim
Quarter, has formally
agreed to take on a second
area in Kiryat Gat.

f aORGIO'S‘

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(Formerly Spiro's)
25920 GREENFIELD at LiKell

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Sought for
Project Renewal

968-4060

Oak Park

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

PINE LAKE MALL

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

851-5540

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• BREAKFAST SPECIAL 99`
MM. -Sat. 6-11 a.m.
• LUNCH SPECIALS
• DINNER SPECIALS
Regujar Menu and
GOURMET COUNTERSIDE
SPECIALS
(Steak Diane, Caesar Salad,
Veal Dishes, etc., etc., etc.)

BERKLEY THEATRE

2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.

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Hosts:

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SUN. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

44 ITEMS INCLUDING

• 10 Different Salads
• Fresh Turkey
W/Homemade Stuffing
• Stuffed Cabbage
• Blintze Souffle
• Potato Knishes &
Latkes
• Roast Beef
• All Breads

• Kasha
• Mini Reuben Sandwiches
• Chicken Fricassee
• Cheese Cake
• Fresh Fruit
• Home-Made Pastries
Including Eclairs
• Homemade Soup
• Halva

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT

♦ $725 Adults



TUES. 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

$199

Reservations Accepted

Children
under 10

LI 2-0330

ALL SEATS
$1.00 AT ALL TIMES

"WAR GAMES" (PG)

Fri., Sat. & Weekdays 7:15 & 9:30
Sun. 2;45, 5:00, 7:15 & 9:30

BLOOMFIELD THEATRES

Downtown Birmingham

2 Budget Theaters
To Serve You Better!!

646-0154

♦A BY POPULAR DEMAND.
• BEGINNING SUN., NOV. 6 ♦
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No attempt was made
to enter the Israel Em-
bassy grounds in the Bad
Godesberg reside-ntial
neighborhood or to do
any damage. Cordons of
police guarded the build-
ing. Later, several groups
of demonstrators
marched into Bonn's

movie kings


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BONN (JTA)- Hundreds
of anti-nuclear demon-
strators massed outside the
heavily guarded Israeli
Embassy here Sunday sh-
outing anti-Israel slogans. •
They were part of a "hu-
man chain" that filled the
streets around the embas-
sies of all alleged nuclear
powers. These included the
U.S. and the Soviet Union,
China, South Africa, Brit-
ain, France, India and Is-
rael.
All of those countries, ex-
cept South Africa and Is-
rael, have tested nuclear
devices and acknowledge
their possession. Israel has
denied that it has nuclear
weapons, but is widely be-
lieved to have them or to
have the capability to man-
ufacture them.

ADULTS $2.00
CHILDREN $1.00

I - "WAR GAMES" (PG)

Fri.-Sat. 7:15 & 9:30
Sun.-Thurs. 7:30 only

II - "EDDIE AND
THE CRUISERS" (PG)

Fri. & Sat. 7:30 & 9:30
Sun.-Thurs. 7:30 only

KEEGO CINEMA

Where Movies Cost Less

Orchard Lake & Cass Lake Rds.
Pk 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

singing
Hofgarten
Shalom
"Havenu
Aleichem" in Hebrew.

The demonstrations in
Bonn were held in the
framework of a massive
nationwide protest against
the planned deployment of
U.S. cruise and Pershing 2
missiles in West Germany
at the end of this year. Ear-
lier, the American school in
Bonn was closed because of
an anonymous bomb threat.
The school is attended by
the children of most Israeli
diplomats, here.

Flu Shots Given
in Southfield

Friday, October 28, 1983 43

Fools hate knowledge.
—Proverbs

The Oakland County
Health Department will be
providing vaccines against
influenza from 10 a.m. to
noon Monday at the South-
field Senior Adult Center.

The shots are recom-
mended for persons 12 and
older who suffer from
chronic illnesses such as
diabetes, heart, lung, or
kidney conditions. Vaccines
are also recommended for
the elderly.

There is a nominal charge
for each vaccination, how-
ever, no one will be turned
away because of inability to
pay. For information, con-
tact the county health de-
partment, 424-7000.

All great alterations in
human affairs are produced
by compromise.

Family Dining

21411 SOUTHFIELD (N. e 11 Mile)
559-1091

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

.7 a.m. to
11 a.m.

$

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• 2 Eggs (any style)
• 3 Strips of Bacon or
• 3 Links of Sausage
• Potatoes, Toast & Jelly

!OPEN 7 DAYS —1 a.m.-10 pi.

LUNCH & DINNER
SPECIALS

'15

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

44. 4,



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Of Southfield
569-0882
25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile
SERVING COMPLETE GREEK CUISINE

• Cocktails

LUNCH and DINNER

• American Dishes

HOURS: MON.-SAT. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., SUN. 11 a.m. to 12 mid.
Kitchen open ti1.12 mid, Sun.-Thurs. til 1 a.m._Fri, & Sat.

OPA! HOUR

4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

REDUCED PRICES ON DRINKS!

ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
OUTSIDE CATERING
OUTSIDE CATERING
SUNDAY 10 ALL-YOU-CAN-EATBRUNCH
AVAILABLE
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. $39 5 Children
$695 Adults under 10 FOR ALL OCCASIONS

MACHOS SLY FOX

Presents
SUNDAY BREAKFAST BRUNCH BUFFET

10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Selection of Juices
Fresh Fruit Salad
Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Bacon
Hashed Brown Potatoes
Buttermilk Biscuits, Corned Beef Hash
Chicken a la King
Assortment of Machus Danish Coffee Cakes
Muffins, Corn Bread

All-you-care-to-eat
Just $5.95 adults
$2.95 children under 10

This coupon will expire
on Nov. 3

Dudley Moore in

"ROMANTIC COMEDY" (PG)

Weekdays 7:15 & 9:30
Sat. & Sun. 1:00, 3:05,
5:05, 7:15 & 9:30

WASHINGTON THEATER

426 S. Washington, R.O.

OPEN
THANKSGIVING
12-7

541-0082

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

"WAR GAMES" (PG)

Fri. & Sat. 7:20 & 9:35
Sun. 1:00, 3:15, 7:20 & 9:30
Mon.-Thurs. 7:20 & 9:30

Call 642-6900 for Reservations Now
725 South Hunter Blvd., Birmingham

TURKEYS
TO
TAKE OUT

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