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September 28, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-28

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Friday, September 28, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Greektown's Finest Cuisine

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LAIKON
CAFE
AUTHENTIC GREEK COOKING

Best Wishes For
A Happy & Healthy New Year

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Your Hosts: Gus & Chris Manijios
Monroe Ave.
Downtown Detroit
963-7058
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Wishing Everyone A Very
Healthy, Happy & Prosperous
NEW YEAR
From All Of Us At The NEW

RIKSHAW INN

IN THE ORCHARD MALL
6407 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE

SUPER SPECIAL

SUN., OCT. 5

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CORNED BEEF OR
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OUR FAMOUS
LOX PLATTER FOR 2 $ 4 50

Wishing Everyone A
Healthy & Happy New Year

SUTTON DELI

23145 LAHSER AT 9 MILE

851-6400

Carry Outs
Available

Best Wishes
From

Benjie, Lois,
Jeffrey, Tom and Andrew
Pearlman

For A Healthy & Happy
NEW YEAR

BENJIE'S

FISH & SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

357-56561

26500 Orchard Lake Rd.
Between
Middlebelt & Cass Lake Rd.

682-7730

PINE
POOE1

Of Southfield

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353-3232

Wish Everyone
The Very Utmost
In Health, Happiness
and Prosperity
on the celebration
of a
New Year

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Dinner, speaker
planned for teens

The Teen Study Program of the
Jewish Community Center will
hold its first dinner speaker pro-
gram for the 1984-1985 school
year at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
McFarland Restaurant at the
Center.
The featured speaker will be
Jeanne Weiner of the Detroit
Soviet Jewry Committee. She will
give a slide presentation and
first-hand observations from her
visit to the Soviet Union. She also
will discuss the recently an-
nounced essay contest for junior
and senior high school students.
Registered students of the TSP
by Monday will have no addi-
tional charge. There is a fee for
guests, parents and siblings.
Reservation for non-registered
guests are required by Monday by
calling the Center, 661-1000, ext.
251.
School registration for grades
eight through 11 continues at the
TSP. For a complete brochure and
application, contact Educational
Director Stuart J. Rogoff at the
Center.

Menage benefit
for MS Society

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26200 W. 12 Mile Rd.

LOCAL NEWS

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$200 ANY LARGE PIZZA

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major credit cards accepted

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• 31646 Northwestern Hwy.
• 17125 Conant (corner 6
(corner of Middlebelt,
Mile, Detroit) 892-9001
Farmington Hills) 855-4600
• 8100 Old 13 Mile (corner Van
• 33605 Plymouth Road
Dyke, Warren) 574-9200
(west of Farmington Rd.,
• 14156 E. 12 Mile (east of
261-3550
Schoenherr, Warren)
777-3400 (carry out only)
This offer expires Oct. 4, 19841

Ron Wolfe and Al Blum

and the staff of

GREEK-AMERICAN RESTAURANT

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29267 SOUTHFIELD IN FARRELL'S SHOPPING PLAZA
AT 121/2 MILE RD.
569-1112

VERY HAPPILY WISHES ITS FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A HEALTHY & HAPPY
NEW YEAR

FREE WITH ANY DINNER

OUR FAMOUS HOMEMADE
RICE PUDDING

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Wish Their Friends
And Customers
A Healthy and Happy
NEW YEAR

Pontiac's Menage, in conjunc-
tion with the Friends of the Mul-
tiple Sclerosis Society, will host a
mask charade to benefit the Mul-
tiple Sclerosis Society, Oct. 11, 7
p.m.
Tickets are available in ad-
vance from the Friends of the
Multiple Sclerosis Society or at
the door.
For information, contact Alan
Stotsky, 332-4090.

NEWS

Israel drops
price freeze

Jerusalem (JTA) — There will
be no Israeli freeze on prices and
wages in the immediate future
but levies on personal income will
go up substantially from now
until the beginning of 1985.
A freeze package painstakingly
worked out between the govern-
ment, labor and management was
postponed inedefinitely. The gov-
ernment became convinced over
the weekend that it was impossi-
ble to impose a price freeze at pre-
sent. Instead, it will attempt to
restrain runaway inmflation by
absorbing some $80 million from
the public over the next four
months.
With the agreement of Histad-
rut, the government announced
Thursday night that it would im-
pose a combined tax and compul-
sory loan on all incomes. The
higher brackets will be hit by a 10
percent levy and lower incomes by
eight percent.
An additional step will be to
slash government expenditures.
The Cabinet has already agreed
in principle to reduce the fiscal
budget by $1 billion. The problem
now is where to cut. A number of
ministers have taken exception to
the size of the cuts for their minis-
tries and the way it is proposed to ,
divide the burden between the
various ministries.

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