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October 05, 1984 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Good
Readings Since

Friday, October 5, 1984 55

PINE
HILLS
Restaurant

1942

(Formerly Honey Tree) -
MONDAY & TUESDAY EVENINGS — 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

sraers new headline makers

1 1 /2 lb. WHOLE LIVE
LOBSTER

Y CARL ALPERT
pecial to The Jewish News

Haifa — What were the new great success. Objective observers
ames that made the biggest gave him "A" for effort under most
ews stories in Israel during the difficult political conditions.
Assaf Hefetz, a high-ranking
- 3.r just elapsed? These are not
ecessarily the "heroes" of the officer in the national police de-
ear; some achieved notoriety of a partment, was suspended from
l ort, but all were top headliners, the force by his supporters on
resented here in alphabetical or- charges that he had leaked inter-
nal information to the press with
"IT.
Tereza Anghelovici, a non- the intention of embarrassing his
ewish woman who had passed as commanding officers. The case
3 ewess, and had been buried in a against him was based on tapped
ewish cemetery in Rishon Lez- telephone lines. Israel's High
n, was the center of a ghoulish Court upheld the suspension.
Yehudit Karp, assistant
ama when her body was disin-
erred by orthodox zealots and Attorney-General, two years ago
andoned in a Moslem drew up a report severely critical
Taveyard. Under a ruling from of law enforcement in Judea and
High Court of Justice, the Samaria when offenses were al-
ody was reburied in its original legedly committed by Jewish
;rave, but the episode opened settlers. The Karp Report was
eep wounds in the secular- shelved, and only this year, under
j •eligious
pressure, was it made public.
conflict.
Menahem Livni, 37, resident in
Yona Avrushmi, of Jerusalem,
the old Jewish quarter of Hebron,
.as been formally charged with was arrested as reputed leader of
Lifie killing of Peace Now activist, the so-called Jewish terrorist un-
,mil Grunzweig. Diligent police derground. The arrest of 27 sus-
York gathered evidence which pects on various charges of con-
ingered the suspect; but he de- ducting a terrorist campaign
pies having committed the crime. against Arabs, sent shock waves
L Justice Gabriel Bach, chairman through the community. First in-
i the Central Elections Commit- dividual trials resulted in convic-
t ee, is generally credited for the
eanest and most peaceful elec- tions.
Finally, there was Lisa Peretz,
Epn campaign in Israel's history. a 12-year-old girl from Kiryat
t e electioneering was generally Shmona, who provided what was
4ull, and the results were politi- perhaps the only dramatic high-
cally catastrophic for the country, light of the election campaign
but the entire undertaking was when she appeared in a Likud
carried out according to the high- commercial TV program, and in
e5t standards of democracy.
an emotion-charged presentation
Yigal Cohen-Orgad stepped in defense of the war in Lebanon,
into the hottest seat in the Israel told what life had been like in her
government, that of the Minister town when PLO bombs used to
pf Finance. Inflation continued, rain on Galilee homes. She later
but his effort to reduce the un- charged that she had received
favorable trade balance as a first threatening phone calls from
-orrective measure has met with Labor sympathizers.

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THE JEWISH NEWS
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Reservations Suggested For Your Convenience
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Your Hostess:

Your Host:

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Al Valente

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SUNDAY
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Served from 10 to 2 p.m.

Enjoy over 40 freshly prepared items such as: Beef
Stroganoff, Baked Cod and Fried Chicken, Cheese
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AdUlts $7.75

Children 7 and under $4.95

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Valet
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Major Credit
Cards
Accepted

Piano Music
Wed. Thru Sat.

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In The

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Reservations Suggested

540-7940

4305 Orchard Lake Rd.
Located in the Pine Lake Mall

851-2770

WISHES ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS A VERY HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.

hours open:
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