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October 04, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-04

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NORWEST

Northwest Detroit's Newest Theatre

NEW AT THE NORWEST

BODY FORM SEATS

Comfortable os your fa-
vorite living room easy
chair . . . no matter
what your size and sta-
ture. Plenty of space to
stretch out and relax.

HI-Fl STEREO SOUND

NEW AT THE NORWEST

NEW AT THE NORWEST

Lets you enjoy all the
wonderful sounds today's
great motion pictures
were meant to provide.
The best in acoustical
systems produce mel-
lowed sounds throughout
the theatre.

PANORAMIC SCREEN

.

Huge, Hi-Grain, wide
screen is ideal for to-
day's modern projection
systems o n d advanced
screening techniques.
Makes every seat in the
theatre in persfect view-
ing position.

NEW AT THE NORWEST

COLOR TV LOUNGE

Spacious a n d comfort-
able smoking lounge
features a large-screen
color television for your
before or between-picture
enjoyment and comfort.

!ed
NEW AT THE NORWEST

SPACIOUS LOUNGES

Modern, convenience-
keyed rest rooms, now
on the main floor, are
highlighted by deep,
plush pile carpeting.
(Identical carpeting pro-
vides walking comfort
throughout the theatre).

Fin n,

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NEW AT THE NORWEST

PAVED FREE PARKING

You're never more than
a few steps away from
the box office entrance
of the Norwest Theatre,
thanks to our newly re-
paved, well lighted park-
ing facilities.

Setting New Records Everywhere!

3 0

a story of
passion, _
bloodshed,
"
desire
and death
...everything, ,
- in fact,
that
makes
life
worth
living

NOW SHOWING
at the NORWEST

, - Jae x

SHIRLEY
IEMMON MOINE

BILLY WILDER'S mga

THIS
PICTURE
IS FOR
ADULTS

DOME
OME

TECHNICOLOR' PANAVISION*

CINCINNATI, (JTA) — The dinner. Schifrin is chairman of
Jews of Cincinnati will plant a the campaign.
William Howard Taft Forest in
William Howard Taft was a
Israel to com-
native of Cincinnati and num-
memorate the
bered several Jews among his
action of for-
close personal friends including
mer President
Rabbi Isaac M. Wise. In 1911,
Taft in sever-
d u ring his presidency, the
ing this coun-
United States abrogated its
try's diplomat-
treaty of friendship with Russia
ic relations
first signed in 1832, in protest
with Czarist
against continued Russian dis-
Russia in pro-
crimination against Jews.
t e s t against
that country's
Taft
BACK IN 1946,
Marguerite treatment of the Jews.
Kozenn Chajes met a former
The Jewish National Fund is
school mate in Vienna, who, with sponsoring the campaign for
in town
her husband and daughter, were funds for the forest. The pres-
OPEN
displaced persons and in great entation will be made at a din-
SATURDAYS
need . . . The Joint Distribution ner Oct. 27 to Charles P. Taft,
AT 5 P.M.
Committee and Marguerite as- surviving son of the President.
SAMMY SOFFERIN'S
sisted them and they eventually Isidor Schifrin, Cincinnati Jew-
WONDER BAR STEAKHOUSE
settled in Munich, Germany .. . ish leader, and Robert H. Taft,
WASHINGTON BLVD. at STATE
For years the going was rough, Jr., grandson of the late Presi-
Res. WO 1-9242
with illnesses, moving from dent, are co-chairmen of the
home to home and persistently e.)
trying to start a new life . . .
This year, Marguerite saw them
at the piano in
again . . . as a matter of fact
she was their guest in an ele
gant and comfortable home . .
Her friend, Rosel Lessner, has
00M,
not forgotten those tough times
and is now among the guiding
JACK ROSEVEAR
personalities of "Ruth", the
From 5:30 Nightly—(Except Sunday)
Jewish woman's organization
COME BY!
.. . It consists of 130 members
Cocktails ... Hors D'Oeuvres
taking care of the homeless
Dinner ... Late Supper
needy and sick of all ages . .
Park FREE in our garage
Mrs. Lessner's telephone rings
constantly . . . as many direct

THE PARK SHELTON HOTEL
all the "cases" to her . . . Dur
Woodward
at
Kirby
East
TRinity
5-9500
-
ing Marguerite's stay, Mrs. Less
An exquisit Buffet is presenter: nightly
-
ner arranged that a young and
in the Crystal Room—Moderate Price—too!
-
paralyzed woman should be sent
to a rehabilitation clinic in Lon
don, England . . . She also helps
with reparations' claims and is
continuously busy assisting peo-
ple .. . So, Rosel Lessner is re-
paying a hundred-fold whatever
assistance was given to her bad
times.
INTERNAL REVENUE man
Bill Gold tells of the tax bureau
at Albany receiving a letter
from an anonymous taxpayer ad-
mitting he cheated on his in-
come tax for three successive
years, and was so bothered by
h i s conscience he couldn't
sleep . . . His letter concluded,
"I enclose $50. If I still can't
sleep, I'll send the balance."
THE MAN CREDITED with
giving Danny Thomas the shove
he needed to hit big-time in
show business is community-ite
Harry Shapiro . . . Before Danny
changed his name from Amos
Jacobs, singing on Chuck Stan-
Ikea al hale k WIVE SHAVELSON I me, no:4mA k GFBU Ma 1 ANION MIME
ley's "Happy Four Club" in
'38 or '39, he was sponsored on
STARTS TODAY
radio by Sally's Furs, then man-
Matinees Every Wed.,
Free
Detroit's'
aged by Harry, and later worked
Sat., Sun.
Paved
Adults Si to 6 p.m.
at a club on Second Blvd. . . .
ERCUR
Comfortable
(Except Sun.)
Both were close friends and
Theatre
SCHAEFER ai W. MAICHOLS UNPe2r-k1 • 3iIn090
Harry was going to be his man-
ager, but being tied to his job,
couldn't take on the extra cur-
ricular activity . . . It was Harry
who told Danny to go to Chi-
cago. where he received his
Fine American and Italian Food
first break at the 606 Club .. .
Open daily 11:30 a.m. 1 a.m.
ra d iso Cafe
CLOSED SUNDAYS
After that, it was a rapid rise
COCKTAIL
BAR
to the top . . . Next came New
Banquet room available
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
TO 9-3988
York, back to Chicago's famed
Chez Page and then Hollywood
3020 GRAND RIVER.
Free Parking.
TE 3-0700
. . The two old friends still
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
write to each other and Harry
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
is planning to visit Danny soon
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
on the West Coast . . . Many CHOP HOUSE
memories still remain in Harry's
CHOICE LIQUORS
heart, but what he remembers MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
best is Danny, the Syrian, sing-
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
ing beautiful Yiddish songs at
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
that club on Second Blvd. . . .
Songs like "Abrievele Der Ma- 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
ma" and others . . . Asked if he
is ever sorry that he didn't take CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
the bull by the horns and leave
his job to manage Danny, Harry Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
just smiles and says, "I'm glad Music by Muzak
the kid's done good."

BEST STEAK

75

Sapp Aire

PAUL NEWMAN•JOANNE WOODWARD

THE PICTURE THAT TAKES A NEW ATTITUDE .
ek LOVE!

A NEW wNO OF LOVE

IMEN.RITTER/EVA GABOR /ad MAURICE CHEVALIER

WHERE TO DINE

Pa

CARL'S

8 MILE RD.

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ex

FENKELL (5 MILE)

0,p

PLYMOUTH

THE
NEW

Grand River at Southfield

LISTENING



E

Magnificent *

Mencotti s

7113 PURITAN

VE 8 1030

-

2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.

Ample Parking

JOEY'S

DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS

OPEN DAILY 7 a.m.

to

1 a.m.--Sat. to 2 a.m.

• Breakfasts • Lunches • Dinners • Sandwiches
Complete Carry-Out Service

25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi.

DYNA INN

Rd.

LI 7-4533

Delicious Food at Moderate Prices
Lunches • Cocktails • Dinners

Largest Banquet Room in the Northwest Area

14315 LIVERNOIS

TE 4-5111

25 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Octob er 4, 1963

A THEATRE
RE-BORN

Danny Raskin' s Cincinnati Jews to Plant Forest
in Israel for Ex-President Taft

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