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July 31, 1964 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-31

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You Can Lunch
in Style

CHESS MATE GALLERY

PLAY CHESS & BRIDGE

ONLY PLACE IN TOWN
TO GET ISRAEL FOODS .. .

• Falafel • Tahina • Chomos

Entertainment Nightly

Folk Singing

for

At The

A GAY NIGHT OUT!

CROSSROADS
RESTAURANT

Detroit's Only Open Air Roof Garden

Cocktails - - Dinner - - Late Supper

(From 5 p.m. except Sunday)

Entertainment

7030 West 7 Mile Rd.

Free Chess Lessons From

near Livernois

Your Host, Morrie Widenbaum,
Michigan Chess Champion

For
Only

17126 Livernois at McNichols

For Reservations, Call:

862-1554

9

THE PARK SHELTON HOTEL

Woodward at E. Kirby Reservations - Catering TR 5-9500

DI 1-5445

Stsk ifig ili Aral,

NOW OPEN

under new
management

CLOUD 7

Formerly BOBO's

TRY

Our Daily

LUNCHEON

something NEW
. .
Every Day

CLOUD "7"

10619 W. 7 MILE

864-9690

Near Royal Theatre

and 13614 Michigan Ave.,
Dearborn

Bring This Ad in
for a Free Cup of
Get Acquainted
Coffee

OPEN DAILY
7 a.m. to 4 a.m.
Round the Clock
On Weekends

Detroit's Smartest

New Supper Club

Mk.

eatility

✓ 7/our lam

••■

Ol■

"Food & Cocktails with Imagination"
in Detroit's newest & most intimate room

Lunches

11 A.M. to 3 P.M.

Dinners

5 to 12 P.M.

Late Snacks • Entertainment Nightly

2229 Jefferson East

just minutes from downtown

PHONE LO 7-0800

g

TOP O'THE PARK

It's the



THE HEIGHT OF exasperation
was reached last week by Mitch
Mitnick . . . All evening long, with
the newspaper strike still on, he
drove looking for a place that sold
any paper from any city . . . He
finally found a store open on Sec-
ond Blvd., brought out his favorite,
a New York Times, and tenderly
snuggled it in his arms as he head-
ed for home . . Reaching his
abode and settling down for some
relaxing reading, Mitch thought he
had written the paper—it seemed
so familiar . . . The date? . . .
Two weeks ago!
WHILE DOING A club date re-
cently, pantomimist Billy (Felsen-
feld) Field couldn't understand
why the crowd was laughing so
much during a serious Al Jolson
number . . . That is, until he re-
membered forgetting to remove the
fake nose after his Jimmy Durante
routine!
VERY OFTEN in acquainting
herself with people, Janette Over-
ton Herman of the Book-Couzens
Travel Service will say either
Aloha, Salude or Konni chi wa . . .
greetings in Hawaiian, Mexican
and oriental . . . But Janette does
favor Hawaii and perhaps could
be referred to as an "adopted
daughter" of the islands."
MOE STERN, the jewelry gent,
brings back this gem of sign post-
ing by a couple of adjoining barber
shops in Miami Beach . . . One
announced, "Why Pay $1.50 for a
haircut? We'll do the job for fifty
cents less!" . . . Two hours later,
the other hung out this sign twice
as big, "We guarantee to repair
dollar haircuts."
FOLKS UNABLE TO get away
for a vacation, counsels Sid Silver-
man of Practical Homes, can get
the same feeling by tipping every
third person they meet.
AFTER A SUCCESSFUL session
of 35 miles of canoeing down the
swift Pine River near Cadillac,
Mich., ad men Hal Silk and Stuart
Patt and Hal's cousins, Harold and
Ken Silk, beached their canoes .. .
They then stripped off their suits
for a short swim in the raw at a
desolate spot seemingly devoid of
all other human life . . . After
several minutes of swimming, the
fellows heard a car stop almost at
the spot where they had left their
canoes and suits .. . What started
out as a short dip on a very hot
day turned out to be a long, tiring
experience trapped in the water!

At Royal and Beverly

AL ROSENBERG'S

Dixieland's Sassiest Brassman

Dance to Beany Coffers

BLERS

RIVERBOAT

On The Lower Deck It's The Talented

ERNIE SWAN

1033 Washington Blvd.

Near Michigan Avenue — Downtown

Reservations, WO 2-1735 — Closed Sundays

NOW SERVING

Bountiful Brunch Buffet

Every Sunday Morning — 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Adults $2.35—Children $1.65

Also

Summer Sunday Special Dinners . . . $2.65

Our Famous Northwood Inn Relish Tray

(Served with All Dinners)

Choice of: Soup du Jour, Iced Tomato Juice, Frosted Fresh Fruit Juice

ROAST PRIME ROUND OF BEEF au Jus,
with Creamy Whipped Potatoes
GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN with
Country Gravy and Creamy Whipped Potatoes
ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLING,
Savory Dressing and Giblet Gravy
with Creamy Whipped Potatoes
FRESHLY GROUND CHOPPED SIRLOIN with
Mushroom Gravy and Creamy Whipped Potatoes
BABY LOBSTER TAILS
and FRIED TENDERSWEET CLAMS
with Tartar Sauce and French Fried Potatoes
FILLET OF SOLE with Tartar Sauce
and French Fried Potatoes
SLICES OF COLD PRIME RIB OF BEEF
with Potato Salad

— 2.65

—..— 2.65

2.65

2.65

2.65

2.65

011.•

•ONet...

2.65

Fresh Vegetable du Jour

Choice of: Chef's Tossed Green Salad Bowl or
Head Lettuce and Tomato with 1000 Island Dressing

STRICTLY KOSHER CATERING and RESTAURANT

15325 W. 8 Mile Rd. (Just E. of Greenfield)

Coffee, Tea or Milk
Children's Portions at $1.50 Each
Other Menu Items Available

OPEN 5 P.M.

THURSDAYS & SUNDAYS

We Are garty Mariners

AT NORTHWOOD INN We Can Handle from 20 to 500 People in our
Own Banquet Rooms with Ample Parking Available.
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTIES, SHOWERS
WEDDING RECEPTIONS, BAR MITZVAHS
We also do Outside Catering to your Home-Office or Plant

FOR DINNER

SANDWICH MENU AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN ONLY

OPEN Mon., Tues., Wed.,
Fri., kit., and Sun.
FOR CATERING ONLY

CARRY-OUT
SERVICE
DAILY

864-5323

Tuesdays through Sat.
Plays Every Night
Dinner Music from 6 p.m. and for Dancing after 10 p.m. nitely

GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA

Six-foot, Scottish-born Sean
Connery is the male lead in
Alfred Hitchcock's suspenful sex
mystery in Technicolor, "Mar-
nie," a Universal release now
showing at the Royal and the
Beverly.

JO 4-6688

WOODWARD AT 11 1/2 MILE ROAD

LI 1-2577

REMEMBER .. . Tues. — Thurs. Are Bountiful Buffet Nights
6 P.M. to 10 P.M.

30

Friday, July 31, 1964

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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