THE JEWISH NEWS
"You aren't really old until noth-
ing is fun enough to make you
forget the weather."—Robert Quil-
RESTAURANTS ARE places
where you go to eat . . . If you can
find good food, reasonably priced
in a pleasant atmosphere, the food
does seem better . . . But if at-
mosphere is the principal ingre-
dient we are not interested.
STORING WINE • . In general,
wines like a temperature . between
55 and 60°. Five°, more or less,
not damage them . . . The
main precaution is not to subject
them to constant or abrupt changes
in temperature . . . The storage
problem is usually simple for res-
HARRIET AND JACK
Where Fine Foods and Service
Co-Star With a Glittering
Supporting Cast of
13821 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Pk.
Dinner at DARBY'S
is a real treat
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Snacks . . a
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W.-McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455
• Visit Our New
Lounge and Bar
By DANNY RASKIN
2 Blocks West of Livernois
Res. UN 2-7642
862-2882 For Res.
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
idialgtilliCsfftOut Dinners • Free Deliver,
18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
Our Latest "NEW" at the
PARK SHELTON HOTEL
* THE FOUR JACQUES RESTAURANTS!
Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner and Cocktails, too!
Service also continues in
* THE SAPPHIRE ROOM
Lunch — Dinner — Late Supper — Cocktails
Now Appeoring--By Popular Demand
MARY ANN RITZ, Celebrated Accordionist
THE PARK SHELTON HOTEL
Woodward at Kirby East
Dinner For Two Nite
Two complete dinners for the price of
one and a half. Brighten up every Mon-
day with dinner for two at the Hillside
41 661 PLYMOUTH ROAD
Open 1 1 :30 a.m. - 1 :30 a.m. — CLOSED SUNDAY
VISIT OUR LAMP POST GIFT SHOP
taurateurs and home owners who
have cool cellars, but difficult for
apartment dwellers who live in
rooms kept at 70° or higher . . .
Better not attempt to store large
amounts of wine if the temperature
is not right ... Store both natural
and sparkling wines on their sides
so that liquid keeps the cork wet.
. . . If the cork dries out, air seeps
in and spoils natural oil—or gas
escapes from champagne, which
then turns "flat." . . , Fortified
wines and liquors can sit upright
. .. So can most California wines.
SAKSEY'S Restaurant and Cock-
tail Lounge on Woodward, South
of 7 Mile, is becoming one of the
fine spots in Detroit from the angle
of good food, good cocktails, good
atmosphere and good service.
NEW EATERY opening soon
will be Marty's Delicatessen in the
Green-8 Shopping Center across
from Hudson's on Greenfield . . .
Marty Horowitz and his -famous
"downtown delicacies" are a big
hit with his large following.
ON THE DELLY SIDE, Katz'
Delicatessen in Oak Park was the
victim of a fire that started next
door and ravaged into Jimmy's and
Sally's eating emporium . . . Katz'
is closed—a rough break for all
concerned, including the custom-
DID YOU KNOW that the Won-
der Bar was the first restaurant in
Detroit to introduce the boneless
strip sirloin, known as the New
DR. HARRY WOLL wants to
know what kind of drink is call-
ed a "Dog's Nose" . . . Here's
how to make it, Harry . . • Place
one or two jiggers of gin in a
tall highball glass. Fill up with
cold beer or stout. That's it! . .
To Roz Fine, yes, there is a
drink called "Love." . . . One
jigger sloe gin, one egg white,
two dashes lemon juice and two
dashes raspberry juice . . .
Shake well with ice and strain
New Israel Program
Will Double Output;
Britain Eyes Trade
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Pinhas
Sapir, minister of commerce and
industry, unveiled a six-year pro-
gram for the industrial develop-
ment of Israel which envisages
doubling production, trebling in-
dustrial exports and cutting the
country's trade deficit to under
$150 million by 1970.
The plan is based on a popula-
tion increase of 500,000 and on
a corresponding increase in the
labor force to over 1 million by
Meanwhile, Lord Drumalbyn,
minister of state of the British
Board of Trade, predicted here
that, despite the Arab boycott, the
prospects were favorable for a con-
tinued growth in trade between
Britain and Israel.
The British official, who is cur-
rently visiting this country, said,
however, that Arab boycott pres-
sure was up to each firm to deal
with, and that the possibilities of
intervention by the British gov-
ernment in this matter were lim-
ited. Sapir urged an increase in
British imports from Israel. These
amounted to $39 million in 1963,
compared with $131 million worth
of goods exported by Britain to is-
3020 GRAND RIVER.
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
71 01 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
CLAM SHOP and BAR
Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
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. Rd. LI 7-4533
Lunches - Dinners - Carry Out
8926 W. 7 Mile at Wyoming
OPEN: SUN., NOON-10:30 P.M.;
MON. thru THURS., 11-10:30 P.M.
FRI., 11-1 A.M.; SAT., 11-3 A.M.
You Get a Lot for Your Money
23041 Coolidge, Oak Park
• Lunches • Dinners • Suppers
24587 W. 8 Mile Rd. KE 7-5570
HOA •KOW INN
Open Daily 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
13715 W. 9 MILE RD., OAK PARK
King Lim's Garden
Sat. 11 a.m.2 a.m.
Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
11 a.m.-11 p.m. Fri. & Sat.
Noon to 10 p.m. Sun.
Chinese and American Food
8410 W. 9 MILE RD., OAK PARK
KOW KOW INN
Open 11 a.m. to
3 a.m. Daily
Fomous • Chop Suey • Cantonese Food • Steaks • Chops • Sea Foods
CARRY OUT SERVICE
322 W. McNichols, Bet. Woodward & Second
The reason we're not New York's Four Seasons Restaurant
is because . . . we're
Detroit's most intimate room. Afternoon, evening and Sun-
day night entertainment. Serving dinners and businessmen's
luncheons. Children welcome for Sunday dinners. Fine gourmet foods
Your hosts: IRV SACHS and SAM G1LBER.T, 18952 Woodward
(1 block south of 7 Mile) TO 9-9373
Take your vacation now. Have a
Mexican Holiday with fine Mexican
and American Food, seasoned to your
Come to a Real Fiesta with Authentic Mexican Atmosphere at
Pancho's Villa el Bandido
CARRY-OUT ORDERS AND DELIVERY
16535 LIVERNOIS — 341-2687
Fine American and Italian Food
Open daily 11:30 a.m. - 1 a.m.
Banquet room available
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
U.S., Israeli Scholars and Leaders
Will Weld Links With Hebrew U.
American and Israeli scholars
and scientists will join with lead-
ers of U. S. Jewish communities
in developing a program of closer
ties with the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, it was announced
by Lionel R. Bauman, president of
the American Friends of the He-
The program will be formulated
at a national leadership conference
at the Sheraton-East Hotel in New
York, May 23-24.
Judge Simon E. Sobeloff, chief
judge of the U.S. Circuit Court
of Appeals for the 4th Circuit,
is conference chairman. Joseph
Meyerhoff of Baltimore, general
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, and Samuel Rothberg
of Peoria, Ill., national campaign
chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization, are cochairmen.
Participants in the conference
will include Eliahu Elath, presi-
dent of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem; Prof. Milton Handler
of Columbia University Law
School, chairman of the executive
committee of the American
Friends; Avraham Harman, Israel's
ambassador to the United States;
Prof. Joseph Kaplan of the Uni-
versity of California, president of
the International Union of Geod-
esy and Geophysics; Prof. William
Low, professor of experimental
physics at the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem; Dr. Albert B. Sabin,
developer of the live virus anti-
polio vaccine and Judge Z. W.
Zeltner, relieving president of the
District Court of Tel Aviv and
assistant dean of the law faculty
at the Hebrew University.
Friday, April 17, 1964 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —