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December 27, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-27

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Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

VINCENZO'S

Italian-American Cuisine'

18211 JOHN R

Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

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.869-5674

7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455

INFLATION BUSTER!

ALL YOU CAN EAT

MAMA ZELDA'S

SPAGHETTI

YOUR CHOICE OF 6 GOURMET SAUCES

• RED CLAM
• MEAT SAUCE
• MUSHROOM & GREEN PEPPERS • WHITE CLAM
• BUTTER & GARLIC
• MEAT BALL

ALL YOU CAN EAT

$ 2 59 per person
Children 12 and Under $1.39

MAMA'S MENU ALSO FEATURES

SQUARE PIZZA — STEAKS — SALADS
HAMBURGERS — MINNESTRONE SOUP
MAMA'S NEW ITALIAN SALAD (2 or more)

T h e Detroit appearance
Sunday of the Harlem Globe-
trotters basketball team re-
vives interest in the late
founder of the clowning black
basketball players, Abe Sa-
perstein.
Sportswriter Red Smith re-
calls that Saperstein was the
heart and soul of the Globe-
trotters. He made all the
team arrangements, did pro-
motion and advertising work,
took care of travel .arrange-
ments and all the other jobs
required of their barnstorm-
ing trips throughout the coun-
try.
More often than not the
team would drive all day to
play a game in a small local
high school or armory gym.
With the announcement that
the Black Athletes Hall of
Fame will add Saperstein's
name in March, Smith re-
calls an incident that hap-
pened in Atlanta long ago.
After making sure his team
had been properly cared for
in a black hotel, Saperstein
started to go to sleep, only to

CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S EVE

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DINNER — DANCING — COCKTAILS

HATS, PARTY FAVORS
FOR ALL

ABE SAPERSTEIN

be awakened by two plain-
clothes policemen.
They forced him to pack
up and move to a white hotel,
after they refused to listen to
his pleas and protests.
"Those guys just wouldn't
listen," Saperstein said. "An-
ti-Semitic, I guess.'

By GIL SEDAN

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

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Southfield Rd. N. of 12 Mile

559-8717

In Farrell's Plaza

Hrs.: M-Th., 11-10. Fri & Sat., 11-1 a.m. Sun., 4 p.m. - 9 p.m.



OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY, 4-10 p.m:

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

JERUSALEM — The small
Jewish community of Madrid,
which numbers roughly 4,000
persons, most of them of
North African origin, re-
frains from open pro-Zionist
and Jewish activities, "and is
afraid of its own shadow," an
Israeli businessman who vis-
its Spain reports.

IRVING'S IS

STRICTLY HOME-MADE

Including
• Gefilte Fish • Pickled Trout • Boiled White Fish
• Cabbage Meat • Stuffed Cabbage • Stuffed Peppers
• Goulash • Baked Short Ribs • Baked White Fish
• Baked Salmon Loaf and Many Other Specialties

OUR FAMOUS

HOLIDAY

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

AND ALL OCCASION
MEAT or DAIRY

7a m. to 11 a.m.

99 4

INCLUDES: ORANGE JUICE,
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• BREAKFAST
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COMPLETE
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FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
SUNDAY, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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The man, who has business
relations with Max Mazin, un-
til a year ago the head of the
Madrid community, said that
since Mazin resigned, Jew-
ish community leaders care-
fully avoid any 'action that
could be interpreted as too
bold, despite a mostly sympa-
thetic public opinion.
The Israeli, who said he
was speaking on behalf of
Mazin, said that despite the
friendly attitude towards
Jews, many Jews limit them-
selves to purely religious ac-
tivities. Even during the Yom
Kippur War they did not-dare
come out in favor of Israel,
he charged.
The Israeli, who asked to
remain anonymous, cited as
an example for the deterior-
ating situation the fact that
several publications of a bul-
letin published by "Amistad,"
a Judeo-Christian organiza-
tion, were not circulated af-
ter they had been published
because one of them includ-
ed reactions to Nazi activi-
ties in Spain, and the other
condemning the UNESCO de-
cision on Jerusalem.
Most of the members of
"Amistad" a r e non-Jews,
who supported the publica-
tionS, but gave in to pres-
sures by the community's
Rabbi Benito Garzon, and the
community's public relations
director, Samuel Toledano.
The two, the Israeli charged,
explained their opposition to
t h e publications on the
grounds that they were too
"political."
The speaker said that al-
though Mazin is considered
influential in both Jewish and
non-Jewish circles, he has
not been able to convince the
present leaders of the Jewish
community to change their
stand. "When one attends Ma-
drid Jewish assemblies, one
feels the air of the 19th Cen-
tury," the man said.

FULL LINE OF DELICATESSEN PRODUCTS, TOO!

27167 GREENFIELD ,1 Blk. No. of 11 Mile Rd.

SHARE IN
FREEDOM

(Next To Great Scott Market)

ROSE'S HOME-MADE PASTRIES ARE FRESH DAILY.

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NO COVER

THE AD ANCE
NOSHERIE CATERING

IN THE ADVANCE BUILDING
23077 GREENFIELD, Corner of 9 Mile Rd., Southfield
Owned and Operated by Ronnie Forman

557-8060

COMPLETE CATERING FROM 25 TO 125

• REUNIONS • STAGS
• SALES MEETINGS •SHOWERS
• BOWUNG BANQUETS
• WEDDING RECEPTIONS .

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

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TAfraid_to Show Israel Support

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Friday, Dec. 27, 1974-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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427-3170

Just South of 6 Mile

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