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February 21, 1975 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-21

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Friday, February 21, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS .

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RESTAURANT

COCKTAILS BEING SERVED

JAPANESE TEPPAN STEAK HOUSE

Featuring Food Prepared Before You
• Businessmen's Luncheons
• Complete Dinners

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

16825 MIDDLEBELT

Closed Mondays

Just South of 6 Mile

427-3170

MONDAY & WEDNESDAY

DINNER SPECIAL

VEAL CUTLET

WITH FRENCH FRIES,
TOSSED
SALAD, GRAVY, BREAD
AND BUTTER
Reg. $3.89

99

ALSO FEATURING A COMPLETE
HUNGARIAN MENU

I TRY OUR SPECIAL

DOBOS TORTE I

COMPLETE SEPARATE MENU FOR KIDS
12 & UNDER FROM 89 to $1.59

INCLUDING BEVERAGE & DESSERT!

OPEN SUN. THRU THURS. TIL 11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. TIL 1 a.m.

Closed Tuesdays

NORTHGATE
DELICATESSEN

25290 GREENFIELD RD.

NORTH OF 10 MILE, OAK PARK

CALL

399.3999

Our
All-Day
Buffet.



Join the brunch bunch.

Great food. Casual atmosphere. And it's
here. Every Sunday. From 10:00 to 1:30,
a whole buffet-full of your favorite brunch
items. Like fresh fruit, bagels, eggs,
sausage, bacon, hotcakes, blintz, French
Toast, juices. The works. All you want.
Just $4.95 for adults. $2.50 for kids.

Feast on our dinner buffet.

Heftier, heartier items. Southern Fried
Chicken, Roast Turkey, Steamship Round of
Beef. A selection of super salads. And
cheese boards and fruit. From 1: 30 til 8 p.m.
Just $6.95 for adults; $3.25 for kids.
And just sensational.

StO

Coach &Four

NORTHLAND INN

21000 Northwestern Highway • 357-4700

Israel, Omelettes Don't Mix

By DAVID SCHWARTZ
(Copyright 1975, Inc.)

If you know anyone who
is planning to visit Uganda,
tell him not to order an ome-
lette there. But maybe he
could try a boiled egg.
According to the New
York Times, a guest at a res-
taurant in Uganda com-
plained about the delay in
serving the omelette he or-
dered.
"Oh, we have the ome-
lette," he was told, "but we
don't have a plate to put it in
until somebody else finishes
eating." There also is a
shortage of glasses for cof-
fee.

Rabinowitz ought to get a
by-line.
Rabinowitz is the finance
minister of Israel. The taxes
in Israel are very high.

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* * *
The first President to
consider the naming of a
Jew as attorney general
was Thomas Jefferson and
strangely enough, the man
Jefferson had in mind was
named Levy—Moses Levy.

Levy was an esteemed
member of the bench in
Philadelphia. He also was
one of the board of trustees
of the University of Penn-
sylvania. Jefferson, it is
said, had planned to name
him attorney general but
was dissuaded by Albert
Gallatin, his secretary of
thetreasury. Gallatin also
came from Pennsylvania.
The reasons for Gallatin's
opposition are not known.
There was another Levy
who is associated with the
Jefferson saga—Commo-
dore Uriah P. Levy. He
served in the War of 1812.
He was a fighting man and
fought several duels. Appar-
ently he encountered some
anti-Semitism. He was a
great admirer of Jefferson.
He bought Jefferson's es-
tate, Monticello, after Jef-
ferson's death, which proba-
bly saved Monticello from
being divided up and sold in
lots. He also presented to
the government the statue
of Jefferson which now
stands in the Capitol in
Washington.
Moshe Dayan is busy
writing his memoirs for
which he has been guaran-
teed $500,000 by his English
publishers. But most of the
money, Dayan told news
reporters, will not go to him
but to Yehoshua Rabinow-
itz. Dayan remarked that

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DINING and COCKTAILS

Now the New York Times

reports that his own finance
minister has defected to
London, saying the economy
of Uganda is in complete
chaos.
So, Uganda is not only
now without Jews and Eu-
ropeans, but without its fi-
nance minister and without
cups and saucers, and the
food isn't too good either,
says the Times correspond-
ent.
It takes only one rotten
egg at the top to ruin a coun-
try.

544-1240

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon

The latest hat in the ring
for the Presidency is the
new Governor of New
York, Hugh Carey.

It will be recalled that
some time back the dicta-
The man who apparently
tor of Uganda ordered all first suggested him as a
Israelis out of the country prospective President is a
who had been giving tech- Jew who works as a baker in
nical help. Then General New York City. His name is
Amin, who expressed him- Max Mandelbaum. Carey,
self full of admiration for he feels, gave him his life.
Hitler, ordered all Euro- Mandelbaum was in a Ger-
peans out of Uganda. man concentration camp
Later it was reported that when Major Carey, com-
he had killed 50,000 of his manding the American
own people.
forces, liberated the camp.

FOR PARTIES

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Dayan will only keep 15 per-
cent.
It's better to write a best

seller in America. In Israel
you have to become the head
of the government or a mili-
tary hero and can only keep
15 percent of the royalties.
In America you just serve a
term in jail and the taxes
are not as high.
* * *

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RIB

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Fine Italian-American Cuisine

RACK OF
LAMB

ENTERTAINMENT MON. THRU SAT.

Including

TOM KING

ALA MAISON

AT THE PIANO, TUES. THRU SAT.

MONTICELLO, N.Y. — Can-
tor Shalom Katz will conduct
the traditional Passover serv-
ices at Kutsher's Country Club
for the 18th consecutive year.
The Samuel Sterner Choir will
assist the cantor.

Chinese

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From 15 to 125

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FOR THOSE WHO
EN-JOY OTHER
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• WAR SHU GAI
• SCALLOPS CANTON
• CURRY CHICKEN
• CHOW MING YOUNG
• ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC.

PLUS

BOWL OF WON TON OR
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ROLL, DESSERT AND TEA

• HAWAIIAN MAHI MAHI
with MACADAMIA SAUCE
• BEEF TENDERLOIN
EN BROCHETTE
• RED SNAPPER A
LA RIKSHAW
• WHITE FISH
• TERIYAKI STEAK

PLUS

SOUP OR SALAD, VEGETABLE,
POTATO, TEA OR COFFEE

THIS OFFER GOOD

SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY ONLY

IN THE ORCHARD MALL

ORCHARD LAKE RD. N. OF MAPLE (15 Mile)

For Reservations,

851.6400

Our Daily Hours:
Mon. thru Thurs., 11:30-10:30 p.m.
Fri. and Sat., 11:30-12:30 p.m.
Sundays, 3 to 10 p.m.

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