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March 14, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH - NEWS

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19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)
559-3377

• Businessmen's Luncheons • Complete Dinners



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FASHION SHOW EVERY WED.— MARGO'S BOUTIQUE

HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL

4.

OPEN MON.-SAT. FROM 1 1:30 P.M.

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BANQUET,FACILITIES
UP TO 275
v`- WEDDINGS • SHOWERS FOR
• BAR MITZVAS



• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS



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RESTAURANT

COCKTAILS BEING SERVED -

JAPANESE TEPPAN STEAK HOUSE

Featuring Food Prepared Before You

• Businessmen's Luncheons

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

16825 MIDDLEBELT

Just South of 6 Mile

• Complete Dinners

5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Closed Mondays

427-3170

EAuberge presents
Seafood Sunday!

That's this and every Sunday—a unique Seafood
Buffet to round out your weekend. You start
with our unusual appetizer buffet that's loaded
with steaming chowder, glazed salmon. shrimps
in the shell and other delicious treats. Then on to
the Fre- Sh Salad Bar for your choice of a tempting
salad that you make yourself. And then. the
crovioning touch—platters and chafing dishes
filled with baked fish, french fried fish, filet
- de-sole. shrimp and other items from the ocean's
larcier_that defy description. It's something you
Won't want to miss, all at only $7.95 per person.
And you can heighten all those glorious flavors
with fine wines from our exclusive cellars. This
Sunday, from 5:30 until 9 PM. Call us now for
reservations. won't you? 643-7474.

IL

Menuhin Blasted in Israel



THE SUSSEX 110ITSE

By MOSHE RON

Jewish News Special Israel Corre-
spondent

TEL AVIV —'The Israeli
population is angry at Ye-
hudi Menuhin because he
has isolated himself from
the protest against
UNESCO. Menuhin demon-
strated his solidarity with
UNESCO, which had con-
demned Israel for its ar-
chaeological excavation of
Jerusalem.
Beginning 30 years ago
the Israeli press has carried
accusations against Menu-
hin. During the Holocaust
Menuhin decided to travel to
Germany to play in front of
German children, who had
suffered during the war. He
played as soloist in concerts
conducted - by German con-
ductors, who were active
during the Nazi regime.
In "Davar,” Zeev Rav-Naf
appealed to the Israeli art-
ists to break off all relations
with Menuhin. He also ap-
pealed to all artists in the
world not to .allow Menuhin
to appear in concerts.

In the course of the
years Menuhin's "sins"
were forgotten and he
came often to Israel for

Autumn Wedding

for Cathy Kirsch

concerts. His Father,
Moshe Menuhin, had for
years attacked Zionism
and the Jews of Palestine,
publishing articles in the
German Neo-Nazi news-
paper "Deutschenationale
and Soldatenseitung."

This is the newspaper of
_former Nazi officers and
soldiers who annihilated the
Jews of Europe. Menuhin's
father accused the Jews of
expelling the Arabs from
their soil.
Menuhin was the first
Jewish artist who came to
the Bergen Belsen Camp in
1945, but the Jewish inhab-
itants refused to attend his
concert.
It seems not enough for
Menuhin, that hundreds of
great non-Jewish artists
and writers and scientists
have broken their relations
with UNESCO after its an-
ti-Israeli decisions.
Menuhin wishes to dem-
onstrate common human
feelings and prove that he
was not subjected to narrow
feelings for the Jewish peo-
ple. Therefore, he always
tries to play- for enemies of
the Jewish people.

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RESTAURANT

* Bar B Q Ribs
* Chicken
* Shrimp
* Sea Food Platter

* Pizza
* Spaghetti
* Ravioli
• Lasagna

HOURS: MON. thrii THURS. 4 to 12 Mid.

FRI. & SAT. 130-2 a.m. SUN. 112 Mid.

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Jewish Sports
Figure Honored

WASHINGTON — Ed-
ward Rosenblum,alamiliar •
and popular figure in ama-
teur athletics and in this •
city's Jewish communal ac- • Something new at this old favorite. Menus that
tivities for more than six •
feature even better eating fora whole
decades, has been inducted • lot less than you would expect
into the Interdational •
Sing along at the
ChurChmen's Sports Hall of

Fame.
Piano Bar and
Rosenblum is a founder of
enjoy the spirit.
the Jewish Community Cen- •
ter of Greater Washington •


THURS. & FRI.
and a long-time leader in
SCOTCH'N SIRLOIN

LOBSTER

Bnai Brith activities. He
•••••••••••••••••
BOIL $8.95
was among sports celebri- •
20480 James Couzens (the Lodge E>ipressway service drive) at
ties honored at induction •
the corner of Greenfield Road. Call 342-5660 for reservations.
ceremonies held on the Uni- •
versity of Tennessee' cam-
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • -• • • •
pus. The Sports Hall of
Fame is in Tullahoma,
Tenn.
AnOther of this year's
honorees was former Uni-
Restaurant-Delicatessen
versity of Michigan football
EVERYONE IS TALKING
player and now President
ABOUT...AND GOING TO FOR
Gerald Ford.



Somerset Inn, Big Beaver
Road, east of Coolidge, r
.Troy, Michigan 48084



MISS CATHI KIRSCH

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kirsch
of Brooks Ln., Southfield,
announce the engagement
of their daughter Cathi Su-
san to Neil Lefton, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lefton of
Wildwood Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Kirsch was grad-
uated from Wayne State
University. Her fiance at-
tends WSU's school of phar-
macy.
A September wedding is
planned.


• •
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• •
• • •

THE SOMETHING DIFFERENT

Fashion Show Focus
of Women's Donor

A fashion show will high-
light the Maimonides Medi-
cal Society Women's Auxil-
iary donor luncheon to be
held noon Tuesday at the
The Apocrypha is the Raleigh House. Spring fash-
term used to refer to those ions will be modeled.
Mfs. Alfred Kreindler,
books which were available
during the Biblical period fund-raising chairman, is
which some had claimed to coordinator of the luncheon
be Holy and which the rab- and fashion show. Assisting
bis had rejected from inclu- her are Mesdames Jerald
Weinberg, Richard Zurkin,
sion in the Canon.
The term "Apocrypha" Ralph Coskey, Milton Na-
indicates that they were thanson, Bruce Danto, Nor-
"hidden away" or "kept se- man Wechsler, Edward
cret." There are some who Bartholomew, Melvin Les-
claim that this title was at ter, Leonard Schreier, Mar-
first given to such works as tin Hart, Burton Epstein,
those that were "hidden Bruce Kaplan, Leslie Man-
away" because they con- del, Harold Glen, Seymour
tained a certain mysterious Salesin, Leonard Sahn and
or esoteric content which Abraham Gotman.
For tickets and informa-
was regarded as too pro-
found to be read or commu- tion, call - Mrs. Kreindler,
nicated by any but the 645-5244, or Mrs. Samuel
Freid, president, 353-0547.
learned and initiated.

• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
• Carry-
Out

DINING ROOM XI
AND

TRAY CATERING
STYLISTS

Apocrypha

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

• DINING ROOM

• CARRY OUT • DELIVERY

BREAKFAST SPECIAL

7 a.m. to 1 1 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 BIk. N. of 11 Mile

Next to Great Scott Market

559-1380

25

per
person

OPEN
TUES.,
WED., THURS. &
FRV., 7 A.M.-11
P.M. — SAT., 7
A.M.-1 A.M. —
Sun., 7 A.M.-9
P.M.

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