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September 24, 1965 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 24, 1965-45

LARCO'S

The president of Israel, Zal-
man Shazar, planted a tree on the
occasion of Theodor Herzl's 105th
birthday, near a cypress planted in
the Judean Hills by Herzl himself
during his sole visit to Jerusalem,
in 1898.

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

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

Take Your Family Out to Dinner

Albert's
DINING ROOM

L

Lunches • Dinners
OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Fine Food Superbly Prepared

15121 W. SEVEN MILE RD.

(3 Blks. East of Greenfield)

Under Management of SALLY KLEIN

BR
3-9878

TO ALL
OUR
JEWISH
FRIENDS

Entertain Your Guests, or Enjoy a

Family Sunday Dinner

at

WOODWARD at 11 1/2 MILE ROAD

Bountiful Brunch Buffet

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

Adults $2.50—Children $1.65

Special Full Course Dinner
from 2 P.M.
$2,85

Children's Portions Available—$1.70
(Several delicious menu items to choose from)
Of course our regular Sunday menu items are also available

We Are Arty glanners

AT NORTHWOOD INN We Can Handle from 20 to 500 People in
our Own BanqUet Rooms with Ample Parking Available. Get our
prices from our CATERING MANAGER on

Sweet Sixteen Parties, Showers,
Wedding Receptions, Bar Mitzvahs

We also do Outside Catering to your Home, Office or Plant

GEORGE. GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA

PLAYS EVERY .N IGH T

"mos.

$1,011.

Cocktail & Dinner Music from 5:30 p.m. and for Dancing after

JO 4-6688

REMEMBER — Tues.-Thurs. Are Bountiful

10 p.m. nitely

LI 1-2577

Nights 6 p.m. to 10 P.M.

a little bit of everything

CITY

BACK FROM CALIFORNIA, Sid
Coleman tells of visiting a Holly-
wood studio while a billion-dollar
Biblical production was being
made . .. One scene wasn't going
well, and the director was scream-
ing and berating the performers
. . . "Listen, you bunch of jokers,"
he roared, "I'm paying $10,000 a
day for all this sound equipment,
and I'm going to get my moneys
worth. Now, when those Ten Com-
mandements are broken, I WANNA
HEAR 'EM BREAK!"
THE CLEAN, PLEASANT
atmosphere of Albert's Dining
Room, 15127 W. Seven Mile Rd., is
good reason why people come from
all over to have lunch and dinner
at the popular northwest eatery
. . . The intimacy is delightful .. .
the service excellent . .. and the
prices most reasonable . . . It goes
without saying that the food is
exceptionally good . . . This is
because people who know food
are now running Albert's . . . Man-
aging the place is old friend Sally
Klein. Sally continually comes out
with a variation of different foods
to satisfy the most discriminating
taste . . . Most of the baked goods,
including the luscious pies and
cheesecake, are homemade ... All
in all, we highly recommend Alb-
ert's.
ALTHOUGH HE HAD HIS basic
training in the Catskill Mountains,
Jackie Mason, who started his adult
life as a rabbi, is one of the new
breed of entertainers . . . Now ap-
pearing at the Roostertail, he was
discovered on TV and the boob
tube is still the basis for his career
. . . It has been pointed out that
Jackie is an unusual comedian .
His material is funny . . . Not sick
. . . Not social commentary . . . Not
egg-headed . . . Just funny . . . His
situations are universal — they
could happen to you or me .. .
He is the underdog who is alone in
believing in himself and his abil-
ities . . . But, he seems to say as
he rattles off one gag after an-
other, "There are times when even
I doubt my abilities." . .
THE MOST POPULAR OF all
German wines in this country
and in many others but not neces-

Exotic Cocktails

.

An enchanting atmosphere and taste adventure you won't forget.
Free Parking
TE 1-0775

Mencoffi's

7113 PURITAN

By Danny Raskin

TURK PRUJANSKY, ex-Detroit-
er, is the personal manager of AI
Jolson, Jr. who opens, Sept. 28,
at the Capistrano Those who
never knew Al Jolson had a son
are not alone .. . Neither did his
son! . . . Al Junior, now 49, was
singing in the Borcht Circuit of
New York's mountain resorts and
playing clarinet and saxaphone
under the name of Irving Harry
Brown . . . It wasn't until 1961,
says Turk, that he was told of
being the only living heir of Jolson
. . . His mother was Beatrice Lee,
Jolson's first wife .. . After find-
ing out, he had to go to court to
prove he was Jolson's son . . . In
1964, following a three-year re-
search to make sure he was son
of Jolson, the Supreme Court of
Arizona legally changed his name
to Al Jolson, Jr.

•■■

Henry

Magnificent

One of America's Finest Restaurants
Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine

1 Bik. N. of Masonic Temple

3148 Se.cond Blvd. at Seville Hotel

2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.

sarily in Germany itself, is called
Liebfraumilch .. . This is a blend
of Rhine wines and every shipper
bottles his own selection of wines
that he calls Liebfraumilch . .
Some are delicious, some are not
. . . Some sweet, some acidy some
heavy bodied and some light bodied
. . . And agreeable Liebfraumilch
should have a pleasant bouquet,
medium body, and a slightly sweet
finish.

Ample Parkin

NEWS o .■ -...M.:141 ■

Dinner at DARBY'S

is a real treat

• Visit Our New
SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail

Lounge and Bar

Roy

Rubin of Long Island Uni-
versity has Deen elected 'president
of the New York Metropolitan
Basketball Coaches Association
for the 1965-66 season.
Two small college cagers who
made their mark last season were
Ed Mandell of Alfred and Pete

Swartz of Colby.

• Ai,

rstt

THEATRE
Snacks . . . a

Delight
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

Res. UN 2-7642

1

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

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The heroic deeds of our pioneering airmen
in these AGED aircraft Were RARE indeed,
The culinary achievements of the chef at
Aged & Rare are less spectacular but just
as great try theni—you'll see.



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in association with the

SYLVIA KING PLAYERS

presents

CHILDREN'S THEATRE AT THE VANGUARD
58 E. COLUMBIA AVE.

"The Emperor's New Clothes"

Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. Sundays at 2:30 p.m. 41

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GROUP RATES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST — PHONE 871-9277

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