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July 16, 1965 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-16

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, July 16, 1965

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Dinner at DARBY'S

LARCO'S

• Visit Our New
SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Ear

UNCLE ABE'S TAVERN

SELF-SERVE RESTAURANT
AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
• Cocktails
• Dinner
• Lunches
Our Specialty Roast Round of Beef
Piano Entertainment
59 Seward (Just W. of Woodward)
871.2644

Res. UN 2-7642

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

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By Danny Raskin

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455

• Al, lk,R
THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
Delight
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

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YOU'LL SWEAR

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You're entering the dunes in Las Vegas and eating at Omar
Khayyam's in San Francisco . . . when you visit America's newest
and most beautiful theatre restaurant.

"AM 13A

50 MANCHESTER BETWEEN DAVISON AND 6 MILE

Just East of Woodward in Highland Park

TO 6 4333 or TO 6.7631

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Available for 10 to 200
Banquet Facilities

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THREE FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY
VARIETY REVUE

AMPLE PARKING

NO COVER

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Because of the meticu-
lous care given these
cars they have AGED
very little but today
they are RARE col-
lector items.

The preparation of
your selected dinner
and its service also gets
such meticulous care at

qgetil
'are

J. a LODGE X-WAY
AT MILWAUKEE
IN THE HARLAN
HOUSE

873-63.00

IF YOU CARE, when ordering
a drink out, specify the brand .. .
A Scotch and Soda for example,
is just made with ordinary bar
liquor unless you denote the
Scotch desired ... Many folks like
their Martini made with particular
gins . • . If you have a question
as to "How do I know I'll get what
I ask for?" . . . all we can say is
don't go to a place you can't trust.
*
*
ONLY DIFFERENCE between
Uncle John's Pancake House on W.
8 Mile Rd. and the others, is its
inside decor ... Owner Ben Kasle
interior decorated almost a com-
pletely new scene . . . Just about
the only thing he left alone were
the same type chandeliers . . .
But certainly no change in the
food . . . Good as usual . . . and

Stevensville Dubs August
`Fun Festival Month'

Harry Dinnerstein, host at Ste-
vensville Lake Hotel, Swan Lake,
N.Y. announces that August has
been designated as "Fun Festival
Month", 31 days dedicated to
Broadway shows, Mardi Gras
balls, concerts and a host of spe-
cial events.
In the past two years, Stevens-
ville has spent over $2,000,000 in
a face-lifting operation, including
an indoor pool and health club, a
night club, Presidential Wing and
Executive House, the latter two
featuring deluxe air-conditioned
accomodations. Stevensville has
started construction on an 18-hole
championship golf course, to be
ready in the spring of 1966.

Grossinger Art Classes

14355 LIVERNOIS

TE 4-5111

DINE and DANCE

AT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND SPACIOUS
ENTERTAINMENT and FOOD CENTER OUTSIDE OF LAS VEGAS!

ENJOY THE SMART A-GO GO LOUNGE OR THE
CHARADE SUMMIT ROOM
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Proprietress
DOROTHY MORGAN

Invites All Women to
LADIES' DAY
EVERY SATURDAY

12 Noon 'til 6 p.m.

• Special Cocktail Prices

• Special Light Lunches

at $1 Per Person

All Women's Organizations,
Sororities, etc.
Bridge, Mah Jongg,
Play The Games of Your Choice
—IT'S YOUR DAY LADIES!

Henry

SPECIAL PACKAGE
MON. THRU TH,URS.

• Complete 16-oz. N.Y.
Sirloin Steak Dinner

• The City's Finest Shows,

Direct From Showplaces
Of The Nation

• Two Cocktails Of Your
Choice

• All Taxes and Tips $7.50

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CITY

An enchanting atmosphere and taste adventure you won't forget.

TE 1-0775

Free Parking

MOVIE
GUIDE

It little bit of everything

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

is a real treat

"Grossinger's Has Everything!"
is the world-famous slogan of the
Grossinger Country Club, Gross-
inger, N.Y., and the resort lives
up to that proclamation by pro-
viding activities and diversion for
vacationers who just want to re-
lax and take things easy as well
as for those_ who want to be on the
go all the time. One of the many
popular features for more passive
vacations is the art instruction
given by prize-winning artist Mur-
ray Schlam. His sculpturing
painting, drawing and ceramic
classes are delighting vacationers
who enjoy mild activity in a
pleasant atmosphere with other
congenial people.

Canadian Nazi Leader
to Face Trial; Charged
as Cause of Disturbance

TORONTO (JTA) — William
John Beattie, self-styled leader of
the Canadian Nazi Party, was
ordered to appear for trial Sept.
1 for his part in a mob scene at a
Nazi rally in Allan Gardens May
30. His trial on a charge of caus-
ing a disturbance was to be held
last week, but he claimed he was
not ready with his defense.
"New persons have come forth
to testify on my behalf and I was
hoping I would be given just con-
sideration to bring them to court,"
he told Magistrate S. Tupper
Bigelow.

DOWNTOWN

the service far above par . . .
Breakfast starts at 6 a.m., and cof-
fee is poured before you finish FOX . • • 2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
sitting down! . . . That 49'er
Held Over 3rd Big Week
special is something! . . . All the All color show. The most beautiful
buttermilk pancakes you can eat woman in the world URSULA ANDRESS
for only 49 cents every Wednes- & Peter Cushing in
"SHE"
day . . . And you should see how
Who Must Be Obeyed! plus
many some people can gulp down.
"Hercules, Sampson and Ulysses"
* * *
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. ree Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
DELICIOUS MID - EASTERN
For schedule information call
dessert somewhat on the same
WO 1-7917
order is called Baklava at Grecian
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
eateries . • . and Paklava at Ar-
menian spots . .. So far as we've ADAMS Grand Circus Park
tasted, Ali Baba with the latter, WO 1-8525
Open Daily & Sun. 11:00
ranks tops.
John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, Patricia
Neal
* * *
"IN HARM'S WAY"
ITS A FACT . . . That in 1799,
11:20, 2:15, 5:15, 11:10
a full-course dinner in any New
WED.: Ladies' Day 50c
York City restaurant could be ob-
At Grand Circus
tained for 18 cents . . That the GRAND CIRCUS Park, WO 1-3240
first public restaurant opened in
"VON RYAN'S EXPRESS"
Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard
Egypt in 512 B.C; (It served only
FRI. & SAT. 11:30, 1:47, 4:04, 6:21, 8:38,
one dish, consisting of cereal, wild 10:55. SUN. & WK. 11:05, 1:20, 3:35,
fowl and onions) . . • That in 325 5:49, 8:02, 10:17.
Wed. Ladies' Matinee 50c
A.D., when English knights of-
fered to "spread the carpet" for
friends, it meant that they invited
them to dinner . . . In those days,
VARSITY CINEMA
UN 2-4252
"carpets" were tablecloths.
Livernois at McNichols
* * *
Open daily 6:45, Sun. 5:00 continuous
& "Wild Strawberries"
BE SURE TO CHECK your bill "Black Orpheus"
Students $1.00
wherever you go . . . If you find
an error, it could be just a mistake
NEIGHBORHOOD
. . . Then again, depends on the
W. Warren at Miller Road
CAMELOT
place.
581-5040
* * *
DEARBORN'S FINEST THEATRE
WASHINGTON, D.C. is said to
Rod Steiger
be the point of origin of Chop
"THE PAWNBROKER"
Suey, a conglomeration put to-
2:10, 5:45, 7:20 and 10:00 P.M.
gether like hash by a desperate Wed.
Thurs., Fri., Mon. & Tues. 7:30 and
Oriental cook in • President Grant's 10:00 P.M. Sat. 1:25, 3:45, 6:10, 8:30 and
P.M. Sun. 2:10, 4:45, 7:20 and 10:00
day . . . If you're intending to 10:50
P.M.
visit Washington, we heartily ad
vise a dining experience at Trader MAI KAI
Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
Vic's in the Statler Hilton . . .
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
Best of the present-day Chines-
Cooled to Your Comfort
eries there is the Yenching Palace
Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard
on upper Connecticut . . . There
"VON RYAN'S EXPRESS"
Open
daily 12:45 shown 1:05, 3:20, 5:40,
is a Tokyo Sukiyaki and the Gen-
8:00, 10:20.
ghis Khan Pan Asian Restaurant
near each other, closer to down-
town on Connecticut.
Magnificen
* * *
- LIKE ANY CITY, Detroit has
its reputable and not so-so estab-
lishments . . . Where possible, we
7113 PURITAN
will always protect the welfare of
2 Blocks West of Livernois
folks who "go out" on the town,
862-2882 For Res.
as to pertinent information they
Ample Pa rking
should know.

ART THEATERS

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OPEN FOR BREAKFAST DAILY
AT 6 A.M.

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UNCLE JOHN'S

PANCAKE HOUSE

15325 W. 8 MILE RD.

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(Just East of Greenfield)

342-8855

COME JOIN US FOR LUNCH,

DINNER OR AFTER-THEATRE
SPECIALTIES

• STEAKS • SALADS
• SHAKES • SANDWICHES

49er SPECIAL

Every Wednesday All the
Buttermilk Pancakes You
Can Eat!

49c

Exotic Cocktails

Other Detroit and

One of America's Finest Restaurants
Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine

1360 S. Woodward

3148 Second Blvd. at Seville Hotel
1 Elk. N. of Masonic Temple

644-2727

at 14 1/2 Mile Rd.
Birmingham

Suburban Locations

10001 Telegraph

near Plymouth Rd.

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