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May 21, 1965 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-21

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The Upper Michigan "Copper
Country" is the largest commer-
cial deposit of native copper in
the world.

An Unhappy Spring for Two Pitchers Tourists to Israel

By JESSE SILVER

(Copyright, 1965, JTA, Inc.)

It turned out to be an unhappy
spring for two Jewish pitchers.
The most celebrated case, of
course, is Sandy Koufax. He has
developed an arthritic condition in
his left elbow. It may keep him
from taking his turn on the
mound every four days. Sandy
may be limited to a once-a-week
appearance. The other pitcher,
Alan Koch of the Washington
Senators, has decided to give up
his baseball career after being
sent down to Hawaii of the Pacific
Coast League. He plans to return
to the University of Alabama and

continue his law studies.
Hank Greenberg was nominated
for commissioner of baseball by
the Milwaukee Braves, Hank's son
Glenn attends Yale and will be
out for football in the fail. Glenn
stands 6-4 and weighs 225. He
plays the line.
Detroit's Larry Sherry sums up
his reasons for wanting to be a
starting pitcher: "I want to play
as long as I can. I figure I've lost
two or three years already by re-
lieving. Of course, I'll do it if that
is what they want. I made my
bread and butter out of it. But if
I had a choice, I'd rather start."
Jeff Neuman of Penn and Neal
Farber of Columbia, both All-Ivy
basketball players, are outstand-
ing baseball pitchers.

to Get Pounds
at U.S. Embassy

WASHINGTON —

Israel won't
be overjoyed at the idea, but the
U. S. government is urging its
tourists to buy their local cur-
rency requirements from the
American embassy.
Leaflets are being inserted in
the American tourists' passports
to explain how this can help in the
U. S. government's struggle to bal-
ance its international payments
and stop the drain on the national
gold supply.
Four nations are cooperating in
this effort: Israel, India, the Unit-
ed Arab Republic and Pakistan.
Travelers are assured the of-
UNCLE ABE'S TAVERN
SELF-SERVE RESTAURANT
ficial rate of exchange and told
AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
that every dollar turned into the
• Lunches • Dinner • Cocktails
Michigan was the first state in U. S. Embassy in exchange for Is-
Our Specialty Roast Round of Beef
8350 SECOND
Piano Entertainment
the nation to guarantee each child raeli pounds remains in U. S.
59 Seward (Just W. of Woodward)
871-2200 .
the
right to free education through hands. No foreign claim is created.
NEVI* MORE THAN A PHONE CALL
871-2644
The program was unofficially
AWAY FROM YOUR Off tCt
high school.
launched in 1963. Cooperative trav-
elers to Israel in 1964 turned over
$56,090 to the embassy.
Henry Yee's
Exotic Cocktails
Funds used for this purpose by
One of America's Finest Restaurants
the embassy are "counterpart
Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine
funds," considerable supplies of
local currencies owned by the
An enchanting atmosphere and taste adventure you won't forget.
3148 Second Blvd. at Seville Hotel
United States and which are used
Free Parking
1 Blk. N. of Masonic Temple
TE 1-0775
to pay the embassy's expenses.

.

FORBIDDEN CITY

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

IN WARSAW, two strangers
were standing admiring a brand-
new shining automobile . . . One
exclaimed enthusiastically, "A
handsome machine, isn't it? Just
another triumphant exhibit of
Soviet ingenuity and initiativer
. .. the other man said, "But that\_,—. 1
an American car. Didn't you know
that?" . . . and the other said,
"Yes, I knew it, but I don't know
you!"

* * *

10TH ANNIVERSARY dinner
dance and board installation of
Hannah Schloss Old Timers was
recently given in an unusual but
most interesting setting . . . The
tables of the Sheraton-Cadillac
Grand Ballroom were each located
at street intersections or land-
marks in "Old Detroit." . . . For
example, the officers and wives at
the head table were sited at the
"Bishop School." . . . Pictures of
old Detroit buildings and points
of interest were on display ... and
a large photograph of the Hannah
Schloss Bldg. on High Street, built
in 1899, decorated the wall behind
the head table.

* * *

BA CHOICE LIQ
FACILITIES

MARIA'S PIZZERIA

RIBS • CHICKEN • SHRIMP

Delivered "HOT" — UN 4-7700
20050 Livernois, Just South of 8 Mile

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER 2 A.M.

BEEF HOIU SE

DUBBS

FEATURING OUR DELICIOUS DELMONICO
STEAK SANDWICH
with French Fries & Cole Slaw, $1.35
15600 W. 10 Mile Rd. Nr. Greenfield
NEW ORLEANS MALL
Open Daily 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturdays 'til 2 a.m.

COUNTRY KITCHEN

CHINESE FOODS

HOA KOW INN

Specializing in
Cantonese Food

Open Daily 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. — Sat. 11 a.m. - 2 a.m.
Free Parking
Carry-Out Service
LI 74663
13715 W. 9 MILE RD., OAK PARK

HOUSE of
CHUNG

CHINESE-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Lunches - Dinners Carry Out
DI 1-6460
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.

KOW KOW INN

Open 11 a.m. to
3 a.m. Daily

Famous Chop Suey • Cantonese Food • Steaks • Chops • Sea Food
EASY PARKING
CARRY OUT SERVICE
TO 8-7530
322 W. McNichols, Bet, Woodward 8 Second

PARADISO CAFE

VANNELLI'S

ANNOUNCING OUR NEW HOURS
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily

LUNCHES - DINNERS
PASTRIES - WAFFLES AND
OUR SPECIAL FRENCH TOAST

C arry-Outs, Distinctive Buffet Tray Catering,

Finest Corned Beef Sandwiches and
Sandwich Combinations

A mple Parking

19171 Livernois at 7 Mile

JOEY'S

UN 3-3298

OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.—Sat. to 2 a.m.

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

DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS 25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533

OPEN 7 DAYS, 8 A.M. to 12 P.M.—Sat. 'Til
2 A.M.—Home Cooking • Special Business-
men's Lunches • Complete Dinners, $1.35 to
Restaurant-Delicatessen $2." (Children's Dinners .50 to .95). Carry-out
Service and Personalized Tray Catering.

EMBERS

17244 W. 7 Mile Rd. (5 blks. E. of Southfield)

BR 3-4130

21174 GREENFIELD RD.

In the Green 8 Shopping Center



Restaurant-Delicatessen
LI 3-0535

• Try Marty's Special Tray Service

• Luncheons • Dinners

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR

Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge

BANQUETS AND PARTIES

Famous for American & Italian Food
For Over 25 Years

• Steaks • Chops • Seafood
Closed Mondays

18300 Woodward

Free Pa rking

TO 9-6040

PANCAKES AND WAFFLES

GOLDEN GRIDDLE

• 42 Varieties of Pancakes &
Waffles
• 12 Delicious Varieties of Eggs &
Omelets
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

Home Of The

PANCAKE HOUSE

GOLDEN WONDER WAFFLE

Featuring Parfait Pies'—Key Lime,
etc.

6:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sun. thru Thurs.
Fri. 'HI 2:30 a.m. Sat. 'til 3:30 p.m.

549-2900

SEA FOODS -

Lunches • Dinners
• Sandwiches

Complete Carry-Out Dept.
DELICATESSEN - CAFETERIA
MI 6-6553
Look For The Big
Daily 9 to 11 incl. Sun.-Fri.-Sat 9 to 1 a.m.
Wheel

S

Fine American and Italian Food
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
CLOSED SUNDAYS

COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
TO 9-3988

188 N. Hunter (Woodward) Birmingham

BOTTLE & BASKET

Restaurant &
Delicatessen

Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service

7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929

3017 N. WOODWARD, Royal Oak

DE LI CATESSENIS •

Alban's

Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods

CLAM SHOP .

TR 4-2870

Serving Oysters, Dams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods

Musk by Muzak

CARL'S

CHOP HOUSE

2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

STEAKS, CHOPS, iEjTi0.1

3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking. TE 3-0700
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.

Kostere's

ailtitttha
COUNTRY INN

3230 PINE LAKE RD.

24587 W. 8 Mile Rd. KE 7-5570

• Lunches • Dinners • Suppers
BANQUET FACILITIES

OPEN 365 DAYS A YEAR

Michigan's Most Fabulous
BUFFET DINNERS
Served Every Evening.
Prices for Children and Adults.
Special Sunday Menu,
12 Noon to 5 P.M.

682-0600

Lunches

• Dinners
• After Theater Snacks
• Complete Menu of Marty's
famous sandwiches

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
11 a.m. • 1 a.m.

NOTICE TO OUR READERS . . . We have reserved space
on this page for any other favorite restaurant of your choice!

PLEASE CONTACT: THE JEWISH NEWS,
ENTERTAINMENT SECTION -- VE 8-9364

ONE OF THE golfers at Tam
O'Shanter, annoyed at the loss of
his ball, started to scold his caddie
for not having been more careful
in watching its flight . . . Replying
without thinking, attempting to
excuse himself, the caddie said,
"Well, sir, it don't usually go any-
where, so it sort of took me un-
prepared like."
* * *
EXCOOSE PLEASE . . . That
22,000 square feet of Ben Gold-
berg's new Vogue Carpet Mill isn't
enough . . . Should be closer to
30,000 sq. feet.

* * *

BIG DATE BY Knights
Pythias, Detroit Lodge 55, is June
6 . . . That's the eve of the festive
Pythias Charity Festival, a crowd
limited affair being held at the
Castle Hall, 15787 Wyoming . .
George Haar is chairman ... Week
prior, May 30, both Detroit 55 and
the Pythian Sisters, Temple 152,
will have their joint picnic at
Major Park in Oak Park.

* * *

JEWELRY DEPT. . . . Harriet
Schugar and Stuart Patt are an
item to middle-aisle it in the very
near future.
* * *
FROM PASADENA, Calif., Avery
Cohn writes about Sam, successful
dress manufacturer, who had to
make a trip to the West Coast or--
business . • . His loving wif
Sadie, resented the trip bitterly-----1
because it meant celebrating their
anniversary apart . . . Plead as
she might, he couldn't avoid the
trip and left his tearful Sadie
behind . . . Every night he called
from the Coast and every conver-
sation ended with pain and sobs
• • • Sam had to do something
special to prove his own anguish
and great love, so one evening he
phoned and said, "Sadie dear, I'm
sending you two wonderful pres-
ents—a Picasso and a Jaguar." ...
and he did . . . A few days later,
Sam asked Sadie during one of
their phone conversations, "Didn't
the Picasso and the Jaguar arrive
yet?" . . . "Not both, Sam," an-
swered Sadie, "only one of them
came." . . . "Good! Wonderful!"
Sam exclaimed. "Which one?" .. .
"Who knows," answered Sadie.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, May 21, 1965

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