100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 19, 1974 - Image 22

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-19

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE ADVANCE
NOSHERIE
CATERING
IN THE ADVANCE BUILDING

22 — Friday, July 19, 1974

Boris Smolar's

'Between You
. . . and Me'

Owned and Operated by Ronnie Forman

- 557.8060

• REUNIONS • STAGS
• SALES MEETINGS •SHOWERS
• BOWLING BANQUETS
• WEDDING RECEPTIONS
vvvvv •,• ■•■
•vv.-

,

RI SU krRAN

`.ete

COCKTAILS BEING . SERVED ;

JAPANESE TEPPAN STEAK HOUSE

Featuring Food Prepared Before You
.0
• Businessmen's
Luncheons
• Complete
11 a.m. to
5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

1665MIDikEBELT

42 7-31 70

Closed Mondays

cost South of 6 Mile

-

DINING and
COCKTAIL LOUNGE

FINE

MI
ITALIAN:AMERICAN

Businessmea's

Special

CUISINE

Luncheons from 11 a.m.

COMPLETE DINNERS NIGHTLY

OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

1008 N. WOODWARD

LENNIE

"The Voice"

RANDALL

AT 11 1 /2 MILE RD.

543 - 2626

Royal Oak

Your Host

BUDDY SHERBOW

at the
Piano Bar •

Invites You to

SEE OUR COMPLETE BANQUET FACILITIES



DINING ROOMS OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER Tuesday thru Sunday

A Serving Steaks, Chops, Favorite Cuisines, Including our Famous
. .--
Frog Legs and Specialties of the Sea



* *

g* * *

PETE RARE
QUARTET
t * ** * **



**_

WILD

GAME ROOM

NOW OPEN WITH WILD
GAME MENU.

ei Our Famous Brunch Every Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

tkid

Enjoy a truly great dining
experience in the elegant
Chamberlin Restaurant.
Superior food, fine wines
and cocktails served with flair
in a continental setting.
Entertainment Tuesday —
Saturday in The Tavern.
Banquet-party rooms for up
to 300. Open everyday.

Your host —
Gus Kokas
Restaurateur

lef




INDIFFERENCE TO CABINET: During my present
visit to Israel I had the privilege to meet President
Ephraim Katzir; also Golda Meir who, despite her retire-
ment, continues to be very popular among the people.
To many in Israel she is still the "Golden Golda." She
looks relaxed and feels relaxed in the hope that the
cabinet of her successor Premier Rabin, will do as well
as the cabinet over which she presided.
I found that many feel that a great injustice has been
done to Abba Eban by pushing him out from his post of
foreign minister which he held with great distinction for
Israel for many years. There is also a great question
mark in the minds of many Israelis over the successor
to Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir. Sapir was very popular
in Israel and in the United States, but his successor,
Yehoshua Rabinowitz, is a complete stranger to American
Jewry. His name is not even known to many Jewish lead-
ers in the U. S.
On the whole, I found the average Israeli indifferent
to the composition of the new cabinet. Intellectuals, bus-
iness people, workers, taxi drivers whose opinions I
solicited, all claimed that the new cabinet will yet have
to prove itself. They, however, welcomed the fact that
younger blood has been injected into the cabinet.

TEL AVIV — A sign in a
restaurant here state d:
"Come in. Let us hospitalize
You." The owner said he
thought he was using the
verb form of hospitality.

The Chamberlin
22900 Michigan Ave.
In front of the Holiday Inn 4,01.
Dearborn — 278-6900



Roberta M a d or sk y of
Bloomfield Hills, scored her
second hole-in-one in less
than a month on the 17th
hole at Shenandoah Golf and
Country Club.

Hadassah Hospital
Prepped for Nixon

JERUSALEM — Hadassah
Hospital was designated as
the medical reference for
President Nixon and his en-
tourage during their recent
trip to Israel.
Before the presidential
party's arrival, a team of
American doctors and secret
service men studied Hadas-
sah for all aspects of emer-
gency, trauma, cardiac and
other treatment.

OPEN MON., THURS., 9:30 A.M.-II Iv.M.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 9:30 A.M.-2 A.M.

SUNDAY, 11 A.M.-11 P.M.

I

MOODS IN ISRAEL: Revisiting Israel now perhaps
for the 40th time—my first visit was in 1929 during the
Arab riots of that year—I found the mood of the people
more subdued, more humble, more sober to the fact that
Israel is not the "Tabur Haaretz," the central point of
the globe, but a small country dominated, sometimes
gently, sometimes not so gently, by big foreign powers.
This new mood does not undermine the feeling of self-
assurance of the average person in Israel. It is merely
the result of a re-evaluation by the people of Israel's posi-
tion in the world and its outlook now, after the Yom Kip-
pur War, which resulted in pushing Israel years back from
the positions it held on the Arab fronts. The retreat would
not have taken place if the United States, pressured by
the Soviet Union, would 'not have actually ordered Israel
to withdraw.
*
*
*
FEARS AND HOPES: The average Israeli is, never-
theless, not depressed over the new state of affairs on the
fronts. On the contrary, families in Israel, whether they
have someone of the family on the front line or not, feel
relaxed over the new situation. At least there will be no
further shooting, no further killing on the battle-front,
no nervousness when opening the radio to listen to the
news. Human lives are now more important to the Israelis
than gaining or losing a few kilometers of land.
There is, however, a good deal of fear among the
Israelis over the promise given by the United States to
supply the Egyptians with atomic energy. Atomic energy
does not necessarily mean producing atom bombs. But
it may lead to the production of atomic warheads, and
this is the danger Israelis fear. In fact, neither Egypt nor
Syria can afford to drop an atom bomb on Israel because
they can themselves be destroyed by the effect of the
same bomb. This effect would, however, be very much
limited to Israel only if atomic warheads are used by
the enemy.
In this respect, the Israelis have much confidence in
the U.S. Congress. They are impressed with the stubborn-
ness the House of Representatives and the Senate display
in their opposition to the White House and State Depart-
ment's willingness to grant trade privileges to the Soviet
Union while the Kremlin is hampering emigration from
the USSR. They hope that similar sentiments will be dis-
played by both houses of Congress in checking that the
nuclear energy which the U.S.. will supply to Egypt will
not be used for military purposes.
Naturally, the feeling in Israel is that American Jewry
will have to be on the alert to the conditions under which
the U.S. will send atomic power to Egypt or any other
Arab country.

Editorial Comment

KEROS
CONEY ISLANDS

I

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
(Copyright 1974, JTA Inc.)

COMPLETE CATERING FROM 25 TO 125

ANNIVERSARY PARTIES
AFTER-THEATER PARTIES
BAR MITZVA RECEPTIONS
BAS MITZVA RECEPTIONS

THE NATIONALLY FAMOUS

■ =1111.0 ■ 11,001111•111 ■ fM111 ■ 0111111111.0

23077 GREENFIELD, Corner of 9 Mile Rd., Southfield






THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WE ARE DIRECT FROM MICHIGAN AND
LAFAYETTE—AMERICAN CONEY ISLAND

EAT IN OR
TAKE OUT

PARTY ORDERS
NOW TAKEN

EVERGREEN & 12 MILE

IN THE COUNTRY VILLAGE CENTER

352-2546

halea ;inn

Romantic and Medieval Atmosphere

Specializing in fresh seafood
Wine by bottle or 1/2 bottle

Serving
• LUNCHEONS •DINNERS •COCKTAILS

REMODELED AND ENLARGED FACILITIES

Reservations:

RATED AMONG FAMOUS EATING PLACES
UL 2-3410
-
IN '72 AND HOLIDAY MAGAZINE '72-'73 3315 Auburn Road
Auburn Heights

FASHION SHOW EVER1-''1'1JESDAY
—By CHARISMA, '12:15 to 1:-415 - p:m.

Enjoy Gracious Dining .. .

IN THE
NEW

V .I.P.

ROOM

CATERING TO THE
SOPHISTICATED SET!

20600 PLYMOUTH

SUPPER CLUB

1 Mile West of Evergreen

For Reservations: 272-0730
COMPLETE DINNERS INCLUDE
• HORS D'OEUVRES • SALAD BAR • SOUP

0 INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS ONLY

FOR STEAK OR PRIME RIB DINNER
WITH SECOND MEAL AT REGULAR PRICE

ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING WED., FRI. & SAT. IN THE
. V.I.P. ROOM . . . 7 NIGHTS A WEEK IN THE LINE
Valet Parking Available •
OF SCRIMMAGE ROOM.

•••••••••••••••1110111 1111000011100•••••••••Mi l-

the meyerson brothers

invite you

To Join Them
For That
Better Than Ever
Fine Dinner
at their

SCOTCH N SIRLOIN

I

I • •



James Couzens at Greenfield / For Reservations ... 342-5660

Closed Sundays

July and August
••••••••••.••••.••••.•.•••.•••.•.••••0



Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan