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April 01, 1966 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-01

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THE JEWISH NEWS

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, April 1, 1966

By forbearance a ruler is pacified .
And a soft tongue breaks the
bones.

Red Wing Playoffs
on Closed-Circuit TV

Confronted with a sold-out
Olympia Stadium for the Stanley
Cup hockey playoffs, fans may still
see the Red Wings "live" by way
of closed-circuit television at the
State Fairgrounds Coliseum, com-
mencing with the first home game
of the semi-final series April 12.
The games will be beamed by
micro-wave television transmission
direct from Olympia to the coli-
seum, where the entire action will
be projected simultaneously on a
giant screen.

ario's

indsor
RESTAURANT AND TAVERN

of W

755 Ouellette Ave. • Windsor, Ontario
Phone WO 2-5330
Diners & Am. Express Cards Honored

A

Delightful Experience in Dining

ROAST PRIME
RIB OF BEEF

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

• Free Parking •

The action will be described
play-by-play while Ted Linsay,
ex-Red Wing star, will be on
hand for background and com-
mentary.

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Dinner at DARBY'S

is a real treat



Visit Our New
SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar



A) 1]
THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
Delight
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

The coliseum will be prepared
to seat approximately 6,000 for
each event, the expected overflow
from Olympia Stadium itself,
where playoff tickets have been
sold out shortly after going on
sale.
Tickets for the closed-circuit
TV presentation are on sale at
Olympia, and at the ticket service
counters at J. L. Hudson stores
downton, Northland, Eastland and
Westland.

Res. UN 2-7642

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

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Serving the Finest
To the Finest !

AD

The Best of Everything

•• •

OF DETROIT

Isaac Goodwin at the
Piano Bar

520 W. CONGRESS
WO 1-5553

OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
For Breakfast, Lunch
and Dinner



H i

* * *

IP /anners

plays every night
Tuesday through Sat.

Dinner music from 6 p.m.
and for dancing after 10 p.m. nightly

Remember ... Tues.-Thurs. Are Bountiful Buffet Nights
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Bountiful Brunch Buffet

Every Sunday Morning-10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

and Spec. Sunday Dinner

From 2 p.m.
WOODWARD AT 11 1/2 MILE ROAD
JO 4-6688
LI 1-2577

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

FORBIDDEN CITY

An

o

OPEN

CLOSED

CLOSED

Sunday 5- Monday

• • •
• •



TED MOSS of Calvert Catering

April 10 5- 11

and Belmont Lounge, will be the
food boss at the new St. Regis l
Hotel opening on W. Grand Blvd.
. .. The restaurant's in the $5,000,-
000 glamor spot and will be among,
the most lavish in America, espe-
6
cially the Regency Room, where •


folks will dine under a $20,000 •

chandelier . . . The prices won't be
cheap, but the food and service,
says Ted, will be worth every
• •
penny.
* * *
GROUCHO MARK, when told
he could smoke cigars on the air- "010000•00•0000•00000000•••••••••••••••••••••• 00061
plane if he didn't annoy the lady
passengers, replied, "You mean
1.
there's a choice? Then I'll annoy.
I the ladies!"
.
:
*
*
JIMMY COHN, sepia pianist, is
still wowing 'em at Jaaks Lounge
on 10 Mile and Greenfield . .. He
has a very pleasant pers o . nality
and an uncanny knack for picking
up the rhythms of favorite re-
EVERY
quests.

COMEYGETA EM!

Dallas Campaign Tops Million

• DALLAS — The Jewish Welfare
Federation of Dallas' 1966 cam-
paign—the most successful in its
55-year history except for the 1948
emergency drive—has passed the
$1,000,000 mark, the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Fund reported.

•11711111111 ■ 11 ■ .

Henry Yee's



DAN Y'S

WISHING ALL OUR
• FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
A

•11 Very Happy & Healthy
• •
I
PASSOVER

AT NORTHWOOD INN We can handle from 20 to 500 people in
our own Banquet Rooms with ample parking available.
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTIES, SHOWERS
WEDDING RECEPTIONS, BAR MITZVAHS
We also do Outside Catering to Your Home, Office or Plant

GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCH.

Broaster House



¶appy
gassover
go tie gewish
Community

We Are garty

LARCO'S

MANY CELEBRITIES will be DEAN MARTIN IS KIDDED
in town from time to time attend- about his drinking and his laziness
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
ing meetings of the new Detroit . . . At least, the part about being
Deliciously Prepared for the
tent of Saints and Sinners . . .
Discerning Taste
George Jessel, for example, who lazy is a fable . . . In his Los An-
• BANQUET FACILITIES
geles
restaurant
recently,
Dean
we like to compliment on his
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455
sharp memory . . . Last time we was told, "You're always working
did, he said, "What are you talk- —movies, television, night clubs
ing about? I have to look at the and here in your own restaurant.
DINE AT THE BIG "M"
mail every morning before I can Don't you ever sleep?" .. . "No,"
remember my own name!" ...But, he answered, "But I do faint a
M ARTY'S
Open
George never forgets a gag . . . lot." About Dean's drinking, it has
7 days
EANS
For example, he retells the one been said, "He doesn't really drink
ORE FOR YOUR 11 a.m. to
1 a.m.
about Heim.oi,vitz and Gurowitz that much . . . Matter of fact, he
ONEY!
who had been partners for many doesn't drink any more than the
21174 Greenfield
years . . . When their sons came next man. Of course, the next man
In Green-8 Shopping Center
into the business, the young men is Joe E. Lewis."
felt a modern name was needed
and the firm became Laughton &
COMPLETE
Laughton . . . A few weeks after
the change, a customer phoned
Chicken
CARRY-OUT DINNERS
and asked to speak to Mr. Laugh-
Fish
ton . . . "Which Laughton do you
The
want?" asked the operator. "Heim-
Shrimp
owitz • or Gurowitz?" . . . Georgie
also tells one on himself ... we all
Ribs
know, of course, that he's con-
Complete Carry Out Dinners • Free Deliver,
stantly traveling about the world
Frog Legs
acting as toastmaster, making
18401
West
7
Mile
Rd.
Bar-B-Q
speeches and raising funds for
worthwhile causes .• . Recently,
Phone
537-7880
he walked into a banquet hall in
New York before making a speech
.. As he entered, crowds of peo- doeosoeseso•*eseoemeosem000eseme•ovimeesesei
ple walked over to greet him . . . •
Each guest shook his hand, except •
S
SS
e
for one fellow who stood well to •

the back of the room . . . "That's •

Georgie Jessel over there," a


friend told him. "Don't you want •
Delicatessen — Restaurant

to meet him?" . .. "Why should I •
• •

want to meet him. Who's Georgie •

Jessel?" . . . "You never heard of •

Thurs., Fri. & Sat.

Mon., Tues. 5- Wed
Georgie Jessel who's in radio and •

April 7, 8 5- 9

television?" his friend asked un- •
April 4, 5 & 6
believingly .. . "No. What's he in,
wholesale or retail?"


• •

TINES

CADILLAC HOUSE MOTEL

By Danny Raskin

He who would rise in the world
should veil his ambition with the
forms of humanity.—Chinese prov-
erb.

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

Exotic Cocktails

One of America's Finest Restaurants
Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine

1 Bik. N. of Masonic Temple

forget.

3148 Sacond Blvd. at Seville Hotel

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

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