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March 04, 1966 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-04

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THE JEWISH NEWSTT<?

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 4, 1966-31

fammemosmemaltmewe,
Magnificent

Menotti%

7113 PURITAN

2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.

He who cheats his appetite

DINE AT THE

M

BIG "M"

ARTY'S
Open
EANS
7 days
11
a.m. to
ORE FOR YOUR
ONEY! 1 a.m.

21174 Greenfield
In Green-8 Shopping Center

Ample Parking

EVERY

WEDNESDAY
IS 49er DAY

Dip Into All of The Golden
BUTTERMILK PANCAKES
You Can Eat For Only

Bring
Along
Your Prospectors

15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
1360 SO. WOODWARD
10001 -TELEGRAPH

/frtui

IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ENGAGEMENT
OF THE FAMOUS

GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA

16 fine musicians & one girl vocalist.

MONDAY, MARCH 7th

From 9 P.M. to 1 A.M.

Plenty of

floor

space for

dancing

Dinners and liquor served from 7:30 p.m. (for early
diners). Food and beverage service will be available
throughout the entire evening.

Woodward Ave. at 11 1/2 Mile Road
JO 4-6688
LI 1-2577

(Please Make Your Reservations Early)

The Best of Everything

Henry Yee's

ANNOUNCING: Our New Temple Room
For Sweet Sixteens, Showers and Private Parties.

FORBIDDEN CITY

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

TE 1-0775

Free Parking

LARCO'S

By Danny Raskin

DOROTHY MORGAN, former
head gal at the Charade, is now
banquet boss for Diamond Phillips,
with office at the Showboat.
IRENE _SILVERMAN tells us
about a few places to eat in Toledo
and offers her impressions. . . .
Country Inn on Reynolds Rd. is
set in a Victorian and Roaring
20's atmosphere (quite a combina-
tion!) . . . It has been recently
opened, with the food served on
earthenware a n d background
music provided by a player piano.
. . . Across one entire wall is an
old-time western saloon with
stained glass that hasn't been shot
up yet! . . . Irene considers the
food just fair and the prices rea-
sonable. . . In Maumee, about
eight miles away, is the Plantation
Inn, with decor of early American
and Colonial. . . . G ener al
Anthony Wayne fought his greatest
battle right in the area and so the
many memorial items, plaques,
statues and stones marking spots
of interest. . . . Waitresses wear
southern-style garb with puffed
sleeves. . . . Also on display are all
types of guns, medals, etc. . . .
Irene says the food is good and

`To Die in Madrid'
at Studio-North

Cited by the country's top movie
critics as a filim classic, "To Die
in Madrid" opens an exclusive De-
troit engagement Wednesday at
the Studio-North Theater.
The documentary, f ashioned
from newsreels and photographs,
poetry and prose, relates the saga
of the Spanish Civil War. The
text is spoken by Sir John Gielgud,
Irene Worth, William Hutt and
George Gonneau. Director is
Frederic Rossif.
The Spanish Civil War was the
last war between men as individu-
als, the first total war. Between
1936 and 1939, a thousand years
of Spanish history was shattered
and a million lives perished in
bloody conflict.
"To Die In Madrid" is dedicated
to the war correspondents who
died in Spain.

Antwerp College Cuts
Performance of 'Deputy'

the prices reasonable. . . . She likes
the Living Room on Jefferson Ave.
in Toledo .. . noted for its Greek
fare and stoutly-made drinks. . .
The Greek salad, says Irene, is
good. . . . The place is small but
cozy, with floor show and dancing.
. . . Also reasonable.
SUGAR IN ANY language tastes
the same . . . but the spelling is
different. . . • Azucar in Spanish,
Zucchero in Italia n, Sucre in
French, but in only one does the
spelling have two meanings. . . .
In Swedish, its Socker. . . . Ima-
gine going into a restaurant, ask-
ing for some socker and the waiter
pulling out his pad and asking,
"Which team do you want to bet
on?"
THE OPENING OF A strictly
kosher restaurant in Detroit has
become quite a bit for conversa-
tion. . . . Talk is that its about
time Detroit took the bull by the
horns. . . . The new Imperial
Restaurant on Wyoming, near
Seven Mile, has the full assistance
of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis
in accomplishing what Detroit
needed—a strictly kosher restaur-
ant.
WHEN A BOTTLE contains the
wine of one particular vineyard it
is called a Chateau Wine. . . .
Chateau in wine language is a
fancy name for a farm. . . . If the
owner bottles the wine himself at
the chateau it is called a Chateau
Bottled Wine. . . . (In French,
"raise en bouteilles aux Chateau.")
CLASSMATE OF Danny Gussin
at U of M, taking a graduate
course, tells this. . . . One of the
men moving 20,000 books into St.
Louis University's new library
grumbled to another, "They build
a new library, you'd think they'd
buy new books for it."
NEIL KALTER tells of an ab-
sent-minded professor he had who
was conducting a class in zoology
and addressing the students. . . .
He said, "Now students, this morn-
ing we will take this frog apart
and see what makes him croak.
. . . And he took a paper bag out
of his pocket, then emptied the
contents on his desk. . . . Out
rolled a tuna sandwich. . . . He
scratched his head and said,
"Mmm, now that's funny. I dis-
tinctly remember e at i n g my
lunch!"

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RESTAURANT &
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Carry Out & Delivery Service
• Bar-B-Q Chicken • Ribs • Sea Food


am's

of]Windsor

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Phone (Area Code 1-519) 254.3392

A Delightful Experience in Dining

ROAST PRIME
RIB OF BEEF

OPEN DAILY 11:30 A.M. TO 1 AA.
SUNDAYS NOON TO 8 P.M.

• Free Parking •

ARMINIO'S

VILLA VENICE

The finest in authentic Italian Food

—ITALIAN BUFFET—

All you can eat
Variety of Italian Dishes
MONDAY & THURSDAY

LUNCHEON $1.75 from 12-3
DINNER $3.50 from 5-10

COMPLETE FILLET MIGNON
DINNER $3.95
Open 7 Days a Week for Lunch &
Dinner

874 2320

7360 Woodward

3 blks. N. of Gd. Blvd.

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Dinner at DARBY'S

is a real treat

• Visit Our New
SKYLIGHT

ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar

t
THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
Delight
LUNCHEON

A Pleasure

Res. UN 2-7642

SEVEN

MILE AT WYOMING

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ANTWERP (JTA) — The Mu-
nicipal College of Antwerp de-
Serving the Finest
cided to cancel the showing of
To the Finest !
"The Deputy," the play by Rolf
Hochhuth which charges that the
late Pope Pius XII failed to speak
out against the Nazi genocide.
OF DETROIT
The play, which was to have
been shown here Feb. 24, was per-
Isaac Goodwin at the
formed in Brussels Feb. 14,
Piano Bar
when a number of incidents oc- DI I
curred and police arrested several
CADILLAC HOUSE MOTEL
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
demonstrators. Feb. 23, how-
For Breakfast, Lunch
520 W. CONGRESS
ever, the drama was performed in
and Dinner
WO 1-5553
the Belgian town of La Louviere,
without incident. Extra police were
on hand inside and outside the
theater, but were not called upon
COMPLETE
to intervene.

ADAM MARTINI'S

The best way to serve spinach

Take Your Family Out to Dinner

avoids debt.—Chinese proverb.

and parsnips is to someone else.—
Hutsonville (Ill.) -Herald.

CARRY-OUT DINNERS

Exotic Cocktails

Broactor
liouse
.,••.,


One of America's Finest Restaurants
Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine

18401 West 7 Mile Rd.

1 Blk. N. of Masonic Temple

3148 Second Blvd. at Seville Hotel

Out Dinners • Free Dolly

Phone 537-7880

Chicken
Fish
Shrimp

Ribs

Frog Legs
Bar-B-Q

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