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

January 10, 1975 - Image 27

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-10

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

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 10, 1975-27

N.Y. Artists

Arabs Blacklist
Brazilian Firms

RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
- Dr. Israel Klabin, who
owns various industrial en-
terprises in Brazil including
the largest paper mill in the
country, said that the Arab
decision to blacklist his firms
is "an intolerable interfer-
ence into the business of a
Brazilian firm."
Klabin, who was reacting
to a report from Beirut, said
his firms had never done
business with Arab coun-
tries. An Arab boycott has
also been instituted against
two non-Jewish firms that
produce soft drinks because
their trade marks contain
symbols looking like the Star
of David. The two firms have
never done business with for-
eign countries.

Jack Freed & Ray Bresler

INVITE YOU TO THE NEW

RED CEDAR

COCKTAILS — DINING.
23055 TELEGRAPH

AT NINE MILE RD.

353-5170

Entertainment Wan. tiro Sat.

PRIVATE
BANQUET ROOMS
Available For Your
Happy Occasion

SIL

JNF Rehabilitates
Damaged Forests

PIZZERIA
RESTAURANT

.

• CARRY OUT • DELIVERY • DINING ROOM

e
Bar B Q Ribs
Pizza
* Chicken
Spaghetti
Shrimp
* Ravioli
Sea Food Platter
• Lasagna
HOURS: MON. thri, THURS. 4 to 12 Mid.
FRI. & SAT. 3:30-2 a.m. SUN. 3-12 Mid.



4033 W. 12 MILE

Just E. of Greenfield

Berkley

BEER
& WINE,

BininsRoom or to Take 0Ot

PRIVATE
BANQUET
FACIUTIES

548-3650

■ 111h

.411111M1•11=11

DINING and
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
FINE ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE

Special Businessmen's Luncheons from 11 a.m.
COMPLE T E DINNERS NIGHTLY

OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 1 1 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

1008 N. WOODWARD

AT 1 1 V2 MILE RD.

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK •

- LENNIE

"The Voice"

RANDALL

' at the
Piano Bar

54-3.2626

DEMAND RETURN

TOM
POWERS
GROUP



DIRTY HELEN'S

DOWNSTAIRS Al

CASS AT BAGLEY

tHE

LELAND HOUSE

COCKTAILS • DANCING .

NEW YORK (JTA) - The
Artists Equity Association of
New York has appealed to
American member associa-
tions to withhold cooperation
with UNESCO until UNESCO
ends its exclusion of Israel.
In a resolution, the board
of the association said it was
joining "the growing number
of American writers, artists
and scientists in expressing
its shock and dismay" over
the UNESCO actions.
The board said the actions
had changed UNESCO "from
the world's most important
independent, non - partisan
cultural body into 'an organ
of political confrontation, con-
trary to its basic nature and
r ea so n for having been
brought into being."

962-2300

JERUSALEM (JTA)-The
Jewish National Fund is cur-
rently engaged in rehabilitat-
ing forests in the northern
part of the country, damaged
during the Yom Kippur War
and other hostile actions.
During the current season,
JNF has planted 200,000 sap-
lings, among them 30,000 in
the Golan Heights in mem-
ory of the armored units'
soldiers who fell during the
Yom Kippur War.
The forests of Mount Car-
mel, both remnants of natur-
al woodlands and forests
planted by the JNF, will be
augmented this season by
35,000 trees to be planted on
an area of 350 dunams.

`New Oil Boycott
May Prove Futile'

AMSTERDAM (JTA)-Dr.
Cornelius Berkhouwer, Dutch
chairman of the European
Parliament, said during his
visit in Israel, that any Arab
oil boycott against Europe in
the future would be less ef-
fective than that imposed
during the Yom Kippur War.
He said the Arabs may
realize that their own inter-
ests are ultimately not serv-
ed by further harming Eur-
ope.
Dr. Berkhouwer added that
Europe must try to maintain
a balance in its relations
with all the Middle East
countries.

THE GREAT

Coalition Backer Quits Party

JERUSALEM (JTA)-For-
mer Supreme Court Justice
Binyamin Halevy has resign-
ed from Herut, charging the
right-wing nationalist faction
with inflexibility and failure
to come to terms with the
political realities governing
Israel's future.
Halevy said, however, that
he would remain in the Knes-
set and continue to conduct
his parliamentary activities
within the framework of the
non-Labor opposition Likud of
which Herut is a constituent.
Haim Landau, the No. 2
man of Herut, responded to
Halevy's resignation by ac-
cusing the 65-year-old jurist
of turning his back on the
ideals that had brought him
into Herut in whose name he
was elected to the Knesset -
the ideal of a "Greater Is-
rael."
Halevy's resignation was
a serious blow to Herut which
is embroiled in a controversy
over whether Likud should
join the Labor-led coalition
of Premier Yitzhak Rabin on
the government's terms. Ha-
levy suggested several days
ago that Likud accept the
government's guidelines, the
condition demanded by Rabin
for a national unity coalition.
Herut was adamantly opposed
and his suggestion was turn-
ed down.
In his letter of resignation
to Herut leader Menachem
Beigin, Halevy said he felt the

party refused to face realities
after the Yom Kippur War
and that it was fossilizing it-
self by the repetition of old
formulas which confused ide-
ology with what is possible.
He charged that Herut fail-
ed to learn the basic reason
of the war which, according,
to Halevy, is that Israel's fu-
ture will not be determined by
military power on the battle-
field but by the super-powers
and their policies. Israel
should be willing to compro-
mise as well as to be ready
for war, he said.
Halevy, who was one of the
presiding judges at the Eich-
mann trial, resigned from the
Supreme Court five years ago
to stand election to the sev-
enth Knesset. He was re-
elected to the eighth Knesset
a year ago.

COPENHAGEN (JTA) -
It is more than likely that
the last three prisoners in-
volved in the murder of Ah-
med Boushicki in Lilleham-
mer in 1973 will receive a
pardon, Norwegian sources
said. Once a pardon is grant-
ed they would have to leave
Norway.
The three, who are serving
sentences from 61/2 to 9
years, -are Sylvia Rafael, Dan
Erbel and Avraham Gemmer.
Two others who were arrest-
ed with them and convicted
of espionage and complicity
in the murder of the Moroc-
can national, have -already
been released. All had been
alleged to have been Israeli
agents.

Classifieds Get Quick Results

Earle Most n's

. NOSHE
HOME-MADE JEWISH STYLE

11E

ofilast_per personl

• WS-0 lireist
ininini 4-a

:HOT HORS WOEUVRES

Brought-To you In Chafing Dishes & Complete Set-Up For

• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAS • SHOWERS
ORDERS
T TAKEN —FOR HCFT MEALS,
• ALL SIMCHAS. - CQ CU §__AND DAIRY TRAYS

26052, GREENFIELVLincoin- SWOpiiiiig Ce siiter)

FOR FURTHER INFO
ASK FOR EARLE OR LENNIE

ro.

Jerusalem Quints

Pass First Test

JERUSALEM (JTA)-The
quintuplets born to Tova and
Moshe Medina last Sunday
are doing well -and passed
the first critical stage of
their lives, doctors 'at Ha-
dassah Hospital reported. But
they said it would be another
three weeks before the in-
fants' prospects for survival
could be determined.
The parents, meanwhile,
have received a gift in the
form of a check from Hadas-
sah.
The Medinas have also
been offered larger living
quarters. They presently oc-
cupy a two-room flat in
Sderot, near Beersheba.

Prisoners May Get
Pardon in Norway

-

9-61345666

M W5-

It EST kt R VNT

COCKTAILS BEING SERVED

JAPANESE TEPPAN STEAK HOUSE

Featuring Food Prepared Before You
• Complete Dinners

• Businessmen's Luncheons

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

16825 MIDDLEBELT

Just South of 6 Mile

5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Closed Mondays

427-3170

MOVIE
GUIDE

Americana Complex 1, 2, 3, 4

Greenfield N. of 9 Mile 559-2730

4 THEATERS IN ONE BUILDING

e/WEEKEND

The luxurious Marriott Inn has planned your "escape" for you.
Fun, food,
excitement and all the recreation you could wish. A complimentary bottle of
champagne awaits your arrival. Enjoy spending your $25 in "Marriott Money" to
be used in the fabulous Win Schuler's Great Expectations Dining Room, Inter-
national Gift Shop, and the Black Jack Tavern. Use all the Marriott's recreational
facilities, including the indoor-outdoor swimming pool with a unique swim-under
channel, Jacuzzi whirlpool, Finnish sauna. . and more! Right in the middle of
"Big Ten" sightseeing. The Escape Weekend; a special Marriott way to get away
from "everyday".
461

VI

ate 44-

-

Arriott luinc$cituter's

INN
Ann Arbor
YES, I'd like to escape... please send me information on Marriott's "Great Escape Weekend"!

Fill out the coupon and
mail to:

Marriott In'n/VVin Schuler's
3600 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105

IA"

1 1111111011110111L

Name

Address

City, State

Zip

Wed. MATINEES ALL -
THEATERS-1 Show only
at 1:00—$1

"TOWERING INFERNO" (PG)
"EARTHQUAKE" (PG)
"FREEBIE & THE BEAN" (R)
"THE FRONT PAGE" (PG)

12 Mile-Coolidge
LI 2-0330
WEEKDAYS OPEN AT 6:45
Held Over 3rd Week
A True thrilling adventure and
3 star best selling book ....

A Paramount Release
Internalianal Clnemedio Centre Ltd. Presents

ATE° KOTCHErf Film

THE APPRENTICESHIP OF

BERKLEY

"THE ODESSA FILE" (PG)

STARRING JOHN VOIGHT
7:05 and 9:20
EVERY THURSDAY
BARGAIN NIGHT $1
Children's Matinee Saturday

"OLIVER"

OPEN 1:15—Starts 1:40
Reopen Sat. Evening at 7 p.m.
Odessa File at 7:15 & 9:30
SPECIAL PRICE THURS. $1.00
No Passes.
SUN. OPEN 2 P.M.
Odessa File at 2:30, 4:45, 7:00
and 9:15

DUDDY KRAVITZ

RICHARD DREYFUSS MICHELINE LANCTOT RANDY QUAID JOSEPH WISEMAK
DENI-IOLM ELLIOTT JOE SILVER and JACK WARDENos"MAX"
ecled byTED KOTC114EFFP,othx,,1 by JOHN KEMENY
krec-^P ,ov by MORDECAI RICHLER Based upon h's novel
Adoptot.onby LIONEL CHIETWYNDE.w.- pr....,GERALD SCHNEIDER

Starring

*GI

IN COLOR

PRINTS BY MOVIELAB
A PARAMOUNT RELEASE

SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT!

TEL-EX CINEMAS

10 MILE AT TELEGRAPH - SOUTHFIELD

354-9660

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan