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February 21, 1975 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

VINCENZO'S

ESCAPE THE
WINTER BLAHS
HAUE- DINNER
WITH US

Italian-American Cuisine .

18211 JOHN R

Two French Films Review
Terror of the Holocaust

(Copyright 1975, JTA Inc.)

Bet 6 & 7 Mile Rds

Movies have always been
869-5674
an important vehicle in por-
traying social structures
and rising trends, as they
w w ww w Www w w
exist (or existed in the past).
PAULA
Levitt-Pickman's current
AND
release of "Black Thursday"
ALLEN STREET 4 and "Les Violons du Bal"
WED. thru SAT. 41 vividly brings the experi-
4 ences of French Jews,
JIMMY COHEN
of the Piano
if caught in a web of tragedy
'4 and horror from which
MON. 8, TUES.
there was no escape, to the
screen.
On a fateful 16th day of
HOUR GLASS July,
18100 W. 10 Mile Rd,
1942 it was reported
cot. Southfield Rd.
18800W. McNICHOLS
by
the
New York Times
(6
Blks.
W.
of
Southfield)
559-4230 .
- 538-4850 * that: "9,000 French police in
* * * * ** * * * * * * Paris rounded up 13,000
adults, including 4,500 chil-
dren." They were hustled
"Thanks for telling me!"
aboard city buses and
carted off, on the first leg of
a journey- that eventually
led them to Nazi death
camps. .. 1 That infamous
day was called "Black
Thursday."
Based on the haunting
memoirs "Les Guichets de
Louvre" ("The Gates of the
Louvre"), by Roger Boussi-
not—who was a 20-year-old
LUNCHES • SQUARE PIZZA (With Double Cheese)
student at the time, the role
• SPAGHETTI (With Choice of 6 Gourmet Sauces)
from
is artfully played by Chris-
• HAMBURGERS • STEAKS • SALADS
tian Rist, as Paul, the young
• MINESTRONE SOUP • DELICIOUS DESSERTS
scholar who tries to avert a
disaster.
IN OUR DINING ROOM

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ALSO HAS
CARRY-OUT!

1559 87171

9.59

ALL YOU CAN EAT SPAGHETTI

YOUR CHOICE OF 6 SAUCES

• BUTTER & GARLIC
• MEAT-
• WHITE CLAM
• MEAT BALL
• MUSHROOMS & GREEN PEPPERS • RED CLAM

S

79

Per
pers.

CHILDREN 12 & UNDER $1.59

LET US• CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY

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Southfield Rd.

In the Farrell's 'Plaza

N.

of 12 Mile

559-8717

Hours: Mon.-Th., 11-10. Fri. & Sat. 11-12 Mid.

Sunday,.1 -9 p.m.

THE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

%

Restaurant-Delicatessen

EVERYONE IS TALKING
ABOUT...AND GOING TO FOR
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
• Carry-
Out
DINING ROOM

AND

TRAY CATERING
STYLISTS

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Orange Juice, 2 Eggs (your choice),
Roll or Toast, Tea or-Coffee

99

ALL OCCASION TRAYS

INCLUDE:

Corned Beef,
Pastrami, Turkey, Salami,
Pickled Tongue, Chopped
Liver, Swiss Cheese, Pick-
les, Olives, Bread.

27167 GREENFIELD

1 Blk. N. of 11 Mile

Next to Great Scott Market

559-1380

25

per
person

Open Tues., Wed.,
Thurs. & Fri., 7 a.m.-
11 p.m. — Sat., 7
a.m.-1 a.m. — Sun.,
7 a.m.-9 p.m.



Soviet Jewish Emigrant Criticizes U. S.

ences are all the more poig-
nant because it is Drach's
true story and reflects his
traumatic experiences dur-
ing those anguish-filled
years. (Drach's son, plays
the movie role, in which his
mother also stars).
"Black Thursday" and
"Les Violons Du Bal" reflect
one of man's darkest hours.
The message they _bring,
however, is apparent: We
must be ever vigilant; for if
one minority suffers, all
suffer with them; and if
man does not help his breth-
ren, we are all doomed)

ordeal experienced by Soviet
immigrants who leave the
USSR and try to make a
new home for themselves in
this country. The writer
contends that the difficul-
ties of successful absorption
in America are huge and a
number of Soviet emigrants
have already applied to the
Soviet Embassy for permis-
sion to return to Russia.

A former film director in
Moscow, Brochin details the

DINING and
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
FINE ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE
Special Businessmen's Luncheons from 11 a.m.

LENNIE

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

-

1008 N. WOODWARD

JERUSALEM — It was
reported here that George
Habash, leader of the Popu-
lar Front for the Liberation
of Palestine, said his splin-
ter terrorist group will do
everything it can to provoke
a new Middle East war."
"We want and look for-
ward anxiously. to a new
war," he said. "Israel may
win a quick war, but the re-
sult of a long war will defi-
nitely be in our favor."
_
Habash said a new war
would not endanger the

Palestinian people be-
cause "they can't suffer
any worse than they have
since the 1948 creation of
Israel on their homeland.
But it will be a' grave
'threat to Israel's existence
and U.S. imperialist inter-
ests."
-

It was not difficult to tell
the Jews apart from others.
All were forced to wear a
huge yellow star sewn on
their outer and inner cloth-
ing—"Juif" (JewJJ It was a
hideous identifying stigma,
yet they wore it like a badge
of honor and courage. Al-
though generations of inter-
marriages had taken place,
it did not change matters;
and for some children who
wore the emblem, they did
not even know what it
meant, It was only when
they were beaten up at
school—or spat upon—that
they asked their parents,
"Why?"
The long lines of well-
dressed men, women and
children who waited to take
the overcrowded buses were
told by French officials:
"Don't worry. You'll be back
after the war." Mothers
were torn from their chil-
dren—wives from husbands,
and loved ones."
As the New York Times
further reported: "On that
fateful day only 30 adults
survived the Great Round-
Up. No child ever returned
alive
* * *

He charged-that the Arab
oil countries imposed their _
embargo against the United
States during the 1973 Ar-
ab-Israeli war "only because
they were afraid of public
wrath. They did not impose
the embargo out of their
free will or sense of national
duty."

Their harrowing experi-

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
Yuri Brochin, a prominent
Soviet Jewish activist who
emigrated—to this country,
writing in the New York
Times, sharply criticizes the
facilities which are available
here for the absorption of
Soviet Jews.

COMPLETE DINNERS NIGHTLY

PFLP Seeks New
Middle East War

Paul sets out by himself
to warn the Jews in the
Right Bank section of
Paris to prepare for the
onslaught—to hide or flee
with him to the labyrinths
of the Left Bank's student
quarter. But no one be-
lieves him.

"Les Violons Du Bal"
has a similar theme. Writ-
ten and directed by Michel
Drach, it tells of his mem-
ories as a nine-year-old
child, when in 1939 he and
his lovely mother (Marie-
Josee Nat's), his grand-
mother (Gabrielle Doul-
cet), and sister and
brother, are forced to flee
from their sumptuous
Paris apartment.

Friday, February 21, 1975 23

AT 11'h MILE RD.

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

"The Voice"

RANDALL

at the

543-2626

Piano Bar

tuzY

Enjoy a truly great dining
experience in the *elegant
Chambertin 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.

f0.

■.■

Your host—
Gus Kokas

The Chambertin
22900 Michigan Ave.
In front of the Holiday Inn
Dearborn —278-6900

Restaurateur

• - ,

Hebrew U. Breeds
Tomato Varieties

.

REI-I0VOT — Research-
ers at the Hebrew Univer-
sity's faculty of agriculture
have succeeded in breeding
industrial tomato varieties
resistant to two strains of
fusarium, a fungus causing
a severe root disease.
The new varieties will
make possible the develop-
ment and expansion of in-
dustrial tomato growing in
Israel, the source of some
$13 million in exports dur-
ing 1974.

TRAYS

S 99

per
person

Includes: 6 Meats, Potato

Salad, Cole Slaw, Relishes

and Our Own Home-Baked
Bread.

We Use Vienna-
Wilno Products

FREE
DELIVERY

399-4440

SABRA

DELICATESSEN

22110 Coolidge at 9 Mile

in the Oak Park Center

19460 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Blk. E. of Evergreen)

352-7466

OFFERS YOU

I,WQ DINNER SPECIALS
EVERY SATURDAY and SUNDAY

5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

BROILED WHITE FISH

and .

FRIED CHICKEN -

SPECIAL DINNER _ S

Include

,SOUP, SALAD, CHOICE
OF POTATO, ROLLS and
BUTTER, JELLO or PUDDING,-
TEA or COFFEE

95

JOIN US FOR • BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

DAILY HOURS: Mon. thru Thurs., 7 a.m to 9:30 p.m.

Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sunday, 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Your Host, STEPHEN BECHARAS,
WILL MAKE SURE EVERYONE
IS SATISFIED!

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