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THE JEWISH NEWS
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, February 26, 1965
a little bit of everything
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
WHAT ARE, you ask, some of
the oddball laws we mentioned
last week, made by lawmakers re-
garding preparation, serving and
consumption of food? Well, if
Serving Fine American
Foods . . Specializing
in Homemade Breads,
Cakes & Pastries.
Pizza • Ribs • Comb Dinners
Aso Shrimp, Fish & Frog Legs
10770 W. 9 Mile Road
Open Daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sundays 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Dinner at DARBY'S
is a real treat
HARRIET AND JACK
• Visit Our New
Lounge and Bar
Snacks . . .
DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT
Where Fine Foods and Service
Co-Star With a Glittering
Supporting Cost of
13821 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park
Res. UN 2-7642
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
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BLACK K WIGHT
SU P PIE R C B
Entertainment - Dancing
Cocktail Lounge and Restaurant
Artie Nelson Trio Featuring
Billy Rose Plus Added Attrac-
tion Vicki Ferrell.
Dinner Served Till 1 a.m.
Banquet Room with complete
facilities for private social
NOW OPEN SUNDAY FOR
DINNER 2 P.M. to 10 P.M.
HOUSE LIQUOR SPECIALTY
Original San Fran. Recipe
Joe & Lillian He
Serving the Finest Steak in Town
Call 272-3510 For Reservations
(Between Southfield &
WE HONOR ALL
Open for Lunch and Dinner
'Til 2 a.m.
1 5 509 LIVERNOIS
at Lodge Expressway
For Res. Call UN 3-9515
WO 3-7 2 54
74 W. COLUMBIA
3 Shows Nightly
6 p.m. to 1 a.m.
RESTAURANT and LOUNGE
SHISH KEBAB AND OTHER
ALL YOU CAN EAT
22521 Grand River Ave.
By. Danny Raskin
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455
4 to 6:30
Private facilities for weddings, anniversaries, banquets,
meetings, etc. 15 to 200. Monday thru Friday.
50 Manchester, Highland Park, Just East of Woodward
TO 6-7 63 1
TO 6-43 3 3
4 - 5 - 6
2 Blocks West
we named them all, it would fill
much of this page . . . But here are
a few of them, and if you want
more, we'll name a couple each
week .. . A Birmingham, Alabama
ordinance rules it unlawful for a
All for Sale
restaurant operator to sweep the
Northwest Detroit Likes This Show
floor . . . It is against the law to
eat food while walking the streets
of Northfield, Connecticut . .. and
the same ruling applies to anyone
LIMITED TIME- ONLY !
eating while driving a car in Wash-
of all descriptions
ington, D.C. . . . In Kentucky, while
• PRIVATE ROOM
it is against state laws for anyone
to sleep in a restaurant, Lexington
has an unusual ordinance forbid-
The Finest in Food at
ding anyone to carry an ice cream
ib er .
WITH THIS AD
cone in his pocket.
Call Banquet Manager
WREN MAKING YOUR arrange-
ments for banquets or parties at
niteries, be sure to ask for the
RESTAURANT - DELICATESSEN
catering manager . . . This is a very
17244 W. 7 MILE RD.
important factor, especially at the
(4 Blks. S. of Southfield
at 8 Mile Rd.
all new Club Alamo, which ranks
among the tops in private affairs
because of the emphasis on food
The Jewish Community Center, 78100 Meyers Road — DI 7-4200
and roomy atmosphere . . Very
popular Gotham Trio is the new
group at Club Alamo.
SUNDAY NIGHT is the last date
by the Wayne State University Children's Theatre
Especially suited for 5-12 year olds
to see "Brief Encounter" at the
Sunday, February 28, 1965
Community Arts Auditorium, Kirby
Performances at 1:00, 2:15 and 3:30 p.m.
Members 75c, non-members $1.00. Group rates available.
and Cass, starring the "Over The
Counter" players who are in their
17th week of topical satire at Jeri's
on Woodward . . . "Over The
Counter" by the way, will be a
Detroit Press Club feature, March
Phi Gamma Chi &
GILMAR PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
DATE OF THE Glenn Miller
Orchestra -coming into Joe Bathey's
is March 9 . . . It'll be under direc-
A Gilmer Production
tion of Ray McKinley, a pretty fair
ork leader himself. . . . Tickets
Feb. 28 only, at the Comm.
Shows Tues. thru Sat. at 9 and
are now on sale at Joe Bathey's.
Arts Aud., Kirby at Cass. Show
11 p.m. at JERI'S, 18200 Wood-
time, 7:30 p.m. Adm. $1.50 Tick-
LEO ADLER'S Flagpole con-
ward, TO 8-8500. Adm. $2.50 ($3
ets available at Wayne State
tinues its ways serving fine food
Ticket Office or at the door.
Fri. and Sat.)
and liquors in a pleasant atmo-
sphere . . . The exceptionally good
service by ultra-experienced- wait-
resses is an asset very . conducive
to the ways and means of an en-
joyable and relaxing time.
GRACIOUS CHINESE waitresses
in Oriental dresses at Forbidden
City serve a variety of imaginative
Far Eastern specialties . . . The
cocktail list includes standard
American favorites 'as well as
FIRST VISIT TO Iry Mecklir's
Purple Pussycat on W. 8 Mile Rd.
was an interesting one . . •. Floor
man Hershel Reisler, showed us
around and we were quite taken
in by the bevy of activity that
abounds there, . Never a dull
moment as rock music is constant-
ly bellowed from records played
by a charming lass behind a ma-
chine with dual turntables . . .
The motif is naturally purple, even
to the garb of the gals working
there . . . except those atop the
huge piano bar solo dancing to
the frenzied beat of much Afro-
hysterics . . . Outside the all-pur-
ple building are two lit torches
illuminating the entrance . . . The
place is always packed and takes
its place as a Detroit show spot.
HAD DINNER FOR the first time
at place called The Grapevine on
Joy Rd. . . . Service was good, food
fair and prices about par . . .
"Dancing In The Dark" should be
the theme song because that's
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exactly what it was . . . in a full
Screeapiayby SYDNEY BOEHM -TX-WHEY CUNNINGHAM r="``, PAUL. ANKH I
three-walled corner of the room
to the gypsy rhythms of a three-
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STARTS TODAY AT THE
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Every man knows his own bitter-
ness, and in his joy no stranger
Parking —After 5 P.M.
All Day Sunday and. Holiday