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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-11

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30 June 11, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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SZ Men's Club
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CHEF SPECIALS

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY NIGHTS

12 OZ. BROILED
NEW YORK STEAK

Served' On A Sizzling Platter

OR

BROILED FLORIDA RED SNAPPER

,„. Both Complete Dinners Inc.
French Onion Soup or - Juice, Salad, Hot
Garlic Bread, Potato or Vegetable, Fresh
Baked Loaf of Bread, Coffee, Tea or Sanka

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ford Friedman, Jack Ginsburg,
Larry Goldstein, Paul Gould, Jack
Green, David Hermelin, Dr. Louis
Kazdan, Dr. Lawrence Krugel,
Dr. Joseph Langnas, Sheldon
Larky, Martin Lattin, Julian Lev-
ant, Dr. Murray Levin, Seymour
Levine, Frederick Lichtman, Har-
old Provisor, Dr. Murray Shekter,
Philip Shiener, Alvin Weisberg
and Dr. Joel White.

COMPLETE FULL MENU
S ANDWICHES — STEAKS — CHOPS —
SEAFOOD — CHILDREN'S MENU

• HOME COOKING • DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS
• PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITY • COUPONS ACCEPTED

COCKTAILS — BEER — WINE

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June 18, 1976

BONFIRE
OPEN FOR LUNCHES DAILY AT 11 a.m.

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
raeli police used tear gas
grenades to quell disturb-
ances by Arab youths in Na-
Detroit & Suburbs Most
blus on the ninth anniver-
sary of the start of the Six-
Elegant Restaurant
Day War. Several demon-
strators were injured. A
curfew imposed on the town
was lifted.
The incidents in Nablus
were the only ones • to mar
115 E. Long Lake Rd. at Livernois Res.: 879-6810
The annual Ya'ssoo Greek an otherwise peaceful Sha-
Festival, at St. George vuot weekend which saw
COMPLETE
Greek Orthodox Church in tens of thousands of Israelis
* PRIME 12 OZ. NEW YORK STRIP STEAK
Bloomfield Hills, will be take to the seashore and
$4.95
* PRIME TENDERLOIN TIPS Ala Burgundy,
held June 18-20. The event countryside. Their return
Over Bavarian Noodles
$4.50
will include outdoor cafes home last weekend caused
* BAR-B-Q RIBS The Original Squire's Table Recipe)
$4.75
with authentic Greek foods, massive traffic jams and
* SEAFOOD ALA GOURMET (Broiled Danish Lobster, Steamed
imported Grecian articles, put a severe strain on public
Alaskan King Crab Legs, California Dungeness Crab,
continuous live music for transportation.
Jumbo Shrimps, Clams Casino, Oysters Rockefeller)
$7.95
Meanwhile,
the
Labor
dancing, belly dancers,
THE ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: A REWARDING TRIP TO OUR BOUNTIFUL SALAD
Ministry has begun an in-
games and prizes.
BAR • SOUP OR JUICE • LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FRESH BREADS AND BAGELS •
COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
There is an admission vestigation of a Shavuot eve
No Coupons Accepted For
Private Banquet
accident in Tel Aviv which
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These Specials
charge.
• • •
Facilities Available
cost the lives of five con-
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struction workers and in-
Pupils to Present
jured seven others. All were
Musical Recital
Arabs from Israel and the
Betty Kowalsky Stasson administered, territories.
and Jerome- Stasson will The accident occurred when
present their piano and a scaffold collapsed on a
violin pupils in a recital 8 new building being erected
p.m. Monday at the Bir- in central Tel Aviv last
mingham Community week.
RESTAURANT
House.
Selections will include UJA Drive in NY
188 N. HUNTER (Woodward) CORNER 15 MILE
compositions by Lalo,
Calls on Non-Jews
Bohm, Beethoven, Mozart,
Birmingham
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Bach, Chopin, Grieg and
NEW
YORK
(JTA)

As
Khatchaturian.
many as 10,000 Jewish New
Yorkers devoted themselves
Sunday to helping literally
millions of their fellow Jews
• GRADUATIONS
• REHEARSAL DINNERS
who are endangered, op-
• CONFIRMATIONS
• REUNIONS
NEW YORK — Israel is pressed or in need in Israel,
• RECEPTION PARTIES
secretly rushing to produce in other lands overseas, and
• SHOWERS
more than three million gas right here at home.
• POOL PARTIES
• STAGS
masks in response to the
FREE Chopped Liver with our Buffet Trays
Thousands of the volun-
stockpiling of nerve gas teers 'spent the day calling
OUR GREAT DELUXE
OUR GREAT REGULAR
weapons in Egypt, accord- at the homes of neighbors —
5 MEATS (COLD
3 MEATS (COLD
ing to the Boston Sunday many Christians among
CUTS), 5 SALADS,
CUTS). 2 SALADS, /
SWISS CHEESE, FRIED
Globe.
SWISS CHEESE,
CHICKEN, OLIVES &
them — to ask for their con-
OLIVES
& PICKLES,
One Israeli planner, tributions to this year's
PICKLES, BREAD &
Pe ,
pe r
BREAD & MUSTARD
MUSTARD
person
per:on
quoted in the story, said he United Jewish Appeal-Fed-
doubted Egypt would use eration of Jewish Philan-
WE USE ONLY TOP QUALITY MEATS!
the nerve gas in a war.
thropies Joint Campaign.
DAILY SPECIALS 7 DAYS A WEEK
The week-long "Mobili-
RESTAURANT & CARRY-OUT HOURS:
He that is greedy of gain zation 76" launched with
destroyeth his own house; Sunday's activities aims to SUN. THRU
9 a.m. To 9 p.m.FRI. & SAT., 9 a.m. To 11 p.m. 1
But he that hatheth gifts reach 200,000 prospective
• MICHIGAN'S LARGEST PACKAGE LIQUOR & WINE SELECTION
shall live.
• COMPLETE HOT MEALS CATERED TO HOME OR OFFICE
contributors and to raise
• FAMOUS BOX LUNCHES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
—Proverbs $15 million.
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Israel Fears
Gas Attack

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• BAR-8-Q RIBS & CHICKEN • BROILED WHITE FISH • FRIED SHRIMPS
• SICILIANO STEAK, Etc.

AFTER 2
ENTERTAINMENT
WED.-SAT.
BILL REID
TRIO

Israel Shavuot
Weekend Calm;
Minor Incidents

fall as quickly as strong
ones. The members of Cabi-
net know that if the govern-
ment resigned they would
have to leave their Cabinet
posts. The government will
most probably pull through
until the next elections in
October 1977.
Everybody thinks that if
the government resigned
there would be political
changes in the regime, and
many are afraid of such
changes. Only the Likud
opposition presses for early
elections.
Rabin tries "hard to for-
tify his position in his
party. He brought Golda
Meir into the party leader-
ship in order to support
him. This obliges him at
times to do things not to
his taste. One of Rabin's
chief supporters is Fi-
nance Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz.
Rabin is trying to gain
time until after the U.S.
elections in November. He
wants to go to the Knesset
elections with a clearcut
political program in order to
rid himself of unpleasant
coalition partners and he
believes early elections
would seriously hurt his
personal and party chances.

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REOPENING SPECIAL

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JERUSALEM — It is no
secret that the government
of Yitzhak Rabin makes
mistakes from time to time.
The recent municipal elec-
tions in Judaea and Samaria
have caused a bitter contro-
versy between Rabin and
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres.
Rabin argued that there
were miscalculations in the
reports given to him on the
situation in these regions.
The predictions of Peres
about the outcome of the
elections were wrong.
Nearly all extreme national-
ist an41 leftist groups which
were partisans of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion scored big victories.
Rabin was of the opinion
that Peres failed in these
elections. Peres said Israel
could be proud about carry-
ing through fair and demo-

cratic elections under the
circumstances.
A sharp controversy
broke out in the Cabinet
about the settlement of the
Gush Emunim, Kadum, in
the heart of the Shomron.
Some members of the Cab-
inet arglied that these peo-
ple should never have been
allowed to stay in Shorn-
ron and should be removed
by force. Other Cabinet
members like Peres and
those from the Mafdal ad-
vocated a compromise and
negotiations with the set-
tlers to find another suita-
ble place for them.
After a dramatic session,
which lasted nearly 10
hours, the Cabinet compro-
mised: Kadum would not be
a settlement and in the
course of a few weeks the
government will propose an
alternative site. The com-
promise was reached after
the Cabinet members of the
Mafdal had 1,varned that
they would leave the govern-
ment if the settlers were
removed by force.
Rabin has always had dif-
ficulties. The political par-
ties use the weakness of the
government. But the cur-
rent opinion in Israel is that
weak governments do not

DINNER SPECIALS—MON. THRU THURS.

BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT

$

By MOSHE RON

Jewish News Special
Israel Correspondent

Greek Festival
Due at Church

INVITE YOU TO TRY THEIR FAMOUS

Includes
Tarter Sauce, Mashed
Potato and Salad

Irving Laker was installed
as president of the Cong.
Shaarey Zedek men's club
at its annual installation
dinner.
Installed with him were
Dr. Bertrand Jacobs, vice
president; Leonard Baruch,
Bill Carroll and Dr. Abner
Raggins, secretaries; and
Sheldon Satovsky, trea-
surer.
Board members include:

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