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August 03, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-03

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SELF•KNOWLEDGE
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 3, 1973-23
Our self-contempt is our
main disease. Our primary
obligation is to develop our
own self-respect. It follows
that from now on, self-know-
ledge must be the foundation
and core of our national edu-
cation. This is the way that a
healthy people and a normal
Catering manager Marshall Morris and his
trip to Eilat, meeting with person educates.
staff are mighty happy these days.
friends we had made when
Zeev Jabotinsky
They are catering bar mitzvahs, wedding
Capt. Sholom Zaid brought
receptions, luncheons and banquets without
an Israeli ship to the port Classifieds Get Quick Results
breaking stride. Talk to him about
of Detroit. He is now port

p
your next special occasion. He's listening.
master of Eilat.
We enjoyed a boat trip
Detroit Hilton Hotel, Washington Blvd. at
down the Jordan River, and
Grand Circus Park (313) 965-7800
as we turned to make our
return trip, we could see Jor-
I
FOR PARTIES
danian soldiers on the other
side. We were so close, when
I remarked to Capt. Sholom
0
how dangerous it seemed. His
answer to me was, "Sammy,
they are more afraid of us
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
than we are of them." After
Deliciously Prepared for the
spending an interesting day
Discerning Taste
with Capt. Zaid and his beau-
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Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
tiful sabra wife Sonia, we
made a date to meet them at
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
his brother Jacob's home in
Haifa, who was the first
captain to bring an Israeli
ship into Detroit. He is port
master of Haifa. We saw
pictures of Nate Goldstick,
former corporation counsel of
Detroit, in the welcoming
committee.
While in Tel Aviv, we
visited the Cave Night Club;
saw a fine show, met a cou-
ple and their son from New
Italian-American Cuisine
York. They invited us to their
son's Bar Mitzva at the Wall
18211 JOHN R.
in Jerusalem on Saturday.
Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.
When we got to the Wall, we
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saw about 3,000 people, I
kid you not. Needless to say,
we could not find our Bar
We present to you a truly fine restaurant .. .
Mitzva party, but we at-
CONTINENTAL CUISINE with all of thp best
tended.
Many years ago at a party,
accoutrements, in a majestic atmosphere, bar your
I was working with my band,
enjoyment and pleasure. Originally, our building
and a gentleman wearing
was
a church, constructed in 7885. We have tried to
dark glasses danced by the
retain the Gothic design and as much of the interior
bandstand with his wife. I
had seen this couple at many
as possible, while renovating the structure into a
parties and I jestingly re-
Castle — complete with Moat and Drawbridge, in
marked, "Are you going
the heart of the charming City of Northville.
Hollywood on us with the
RESERVATIONS WELCOMED EXCEPT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
dark glasses." I later found
TUES. THRU FRI.
out that this gentleman, un-
LUNCH 11:30 - 2:30 — DINNER 5:30 - 10 P.M.
known to me, was blind. I
SAT. 5:30-10PM
was so embarrassed that I
SUN. 2-8PM
LIMITED TIME OFFER!
sought out Herb Rosen and
on roads had to
2 FOR 1 PRICE
his wife Gertrude to apolog-
COMPLETE
ize. His answer to me was,
PRIME RIB
"Sammy, if you thought I
had gone Hollywood with the
DINNERS
Mon. 3 Tues
145 N. CENTER ST., NORTHVILLE
dark glasses and not because

Evenings On tyl
I was blind, you paid me a
Phone 349-4885
ANCING--
beautiful compliment."
MON. THRU SAT.
A memorable day that
LENNIE SCHIC
stands out vividly in my
1.--QUARTET
mind happened during World
ANGEL'S
War II. I was part of a USO
HOUR GLASS
group entertaining service-
,' 18800 W. McNICI401.5
; 6 Blocks West of Southfield
men at camps and hospitals.
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On a visit to Camp Custer,
Percy Jones Hospital, this
particular day, we proceeded
to entertain our sick and
wounded men in each of the
many wards.
In this one particular
"NOW SERVING YOU IN THE
ward, I introduced our gang
FINEST DINING TRADITION"
and then asked for requests.
• STEAKS • SEAFOOD
One came from somewhere
in the back of the room, and
as I approached the make-
shift bed made of straps,
there lay a soldier on his
stomach, with tubes extend-
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ing from him, a sight I hope
7 MILE & MIDDLEBELT
never to see again. I asked
what his favorite song was,
and to my amazement, he
Specializing in
said, "When You're Smil-
CANTONESE-AMERICAN
Authentic
ing." Needless to say, we
Japanese Food
RESTAURANT
were all choked up, but sing
the song I did, and from
• DINNER PARTIES
that day on I adopted that
• LUNCHEONS
• CLOSED SUNDAYS
tune as my theme song.
LIVONIA
& MONDAYS
( In The 8-Mile Shopping Center)
That evening, we did the
• RESV. SUGGESTED
big show in the auditorium,
and I told the audience about
29430 W. SIX MILE
that incident. Talk about a
LIVONIA
'
beautiful outlook in life, that
soldier had it. So, when
• BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM .
thinks look a bit dark, re-
• COMPLETE CARRY OUT SERVICE
member this story; things
'Reitatirant
could be a lot worse.

Detroit
Hilton is
catering.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

ADAM'S
RIB

POST

By SAMMY WOOLF
Guest Columnist
Things I'll never forget-
l'ke my first trip to Israel,
companied by my wife
Ann and friends Elli and Iry
Silk. We departed from New
York about midnight, and as
the dawn broke, about three
hours' air time from Israel,
we had just fallen asleep,
when suddenly we found our-
selves in the plane that had

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Men, young and old, gath-
ered around our seats which
were in the front of the ship,
to hold morning prayer serv-
ices, and we were part of the
minyan. It made me feel
proud, here 30,000 feet above
earth to see and hear, and
be part of, this service.
We spent 16 beautiful days
sightseeing — things I had
only read and heard about.
Our first night in Tel Aviv,
walking on Dizengoff St., the
Broadway of Israel, with its
sidewalk cafes, filled with
people, singing, laughing with
such gaiety, reminded me of
New York, in the good old
days.
We almost forgot about
our early start for the tour.
Our tour guide was an ex-
paratrooper who helped
make our Hadassah-sponsor-
ed trip very interesting. Our
first open day we made a

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