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July 21, 1967 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-21

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18-Hole Golf Course Enhances Stevensville

SWAN LAKE—Stevensville Coun- name stars throughout the sum-
try Club is featuring a host of ' mer, among them, Johnny Des-
mond, Dick Shawn and Myron
Cohen.
Stevensville's new 18-hole golf
at DARBY'S
course, 7070 yards, is sky high, and
has
a panorama of miles. It fea-
Is a real treat
tures an elegant club house, golf
• Visit Our New
carts
and practice range with Jim-
SKYLIGHT
my Basile, PGA golf pro.
ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar
For 40 years, the Harry Dinner-
steins has run Stevensville.
• AFTER

THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
Delight
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
d for the
Deliciously P
Discerning Taste

Res. UN 2-7642

• BANQUET FACILITIES

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

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

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AL ROSENBERG

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FOR ALL YOUR CATERING NEEDS

In our intimate Birmingham Dining Room or Hall,
Home or Temple of your choice.

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of Birmingham-Bloomfield
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647 4406

1 012 N. HUNTER (Woodward)

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Whatever the occasion, our expert staff
will cater it to please and delight ...
combining taste, quality and
excellent service at sensible cost !

Private Facilities



10 to 150

Banquets, Bar Mitzvahs, Showers,
Weddings, Etc.

Phone 873-6100

0(4.4telite.

Doily and Nightly In Our

Featured at our piano bar:

JERRY ROBINSON 4:30 - 7:30,

JOEL NASH from 8:30

JOHN LODGE AT MILWAUKEE IN

THE I' ARLAN HOUSE

BANQUETS ARE
SPECIAL
AT 24K
food
It's not just

the
(which is fabulous) or the service (which
is spectacular) — it's our attitude (which is dedicated to
making your banquet an A-1 success):

Featuring Detroit's Inimitable Harry Harris with

Closed Sunday. the Lenny Schick Trio 6 nights a week

Businessmen•s Luncheons—Banquet Facilities
Serving from 11 A.M. to 2 A.M.

16890Telegraph (southof McNichols)
538-4455
538-4456

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

LISTENING

Free Parking

MOVIE GUIDE

OPEN 11:00 A.M.
Exclusive Showing

"THE DIRTY DOZEN"

MON., TUES. THURS., FRI.
"Dirty Dozen," 11:30,
.
2:24, 5:18, 8:12,
10:51.
WED., Open 9:30 a.m.
"Dirty Dozen," 10:00, 12:38, 3:16, 5:54,
8:32, 11:10. Opens 9:30 A.M.

S
T

Wed. Ladies' Day, 50c

Guest Columnist, HY LEWIS
RUBY SAMSON CAME UP with
a great idea the other day as we
were discussing the Israel Emer-
gency Fund and reinvestment in
Israel Bonds. He suggested that we
buy Israel products which natural-
ly boosts the economy of the home-
land. There must be many areas
where Israel products are sold, in-
cluding some super-markets.
• • •

BEN AND JEANNE FELD-
STEIN were hosts to their children
and grandchildren at a dinner get-
together honoring daughter, Le-
nore Diskin, on her birthday.
Markie and Johnnie, Lenore's sib-
lings, thought that the party was
so much fun . . . they decided that
mother should have at least 12
birthdays a year.
• • *

SPEAKING ABOUT CHILDREN
. . . Harry and Jennie Goldberg
keep adding to their inventory
every year . .. Jennie says, "Look
at it this way—your own children
are the main course and after they
grow up and get married the
grandchildren are the dessert."
* • •

JULES OLEN walked into his
tailor shop and pointed to his
sport jacket and asked for a but-
ton to replace one that was miss-
ing. The tailor rummaged through
a box of loose buttons, came up
with a precise match and remark-
ed, "I found this in the postoffice
two weeks ago." "That," said
Jules, "is where I lost it." Small
world isn't it..

• •

AND ON THE THEME of small
worlds, Barney and Sally Winer
along with son Richard were hav-
ing lunch with Jules and Minnie
Levitt at a popular restaurant
when Sall remarked that the
banana c am pie she was having
for dess rt tasted remarkably like
the pies he used to get at a din-
ing place n Twelfth Street more
than 25 years ago. She couldn't
get over the similarity of the
unique taste and asked the waitress.
who their pastry chef was .. , you
guessed it . the same one who
made the pies a quarter-century
ago.
• • •

THE WRITER, WHO WAS born
in Dublin, Ireland, had the good
fortune to meet Mayor of Dublin
Briscoe when he visited here a
few years ago, After reminiscences
of Dublin, of which we have only
vague recall, the good Mayor ob-
served The Jewish News in our
hands and politely asked if he
could take the copy back with
him, which, of course, we happily
complied with. It was a few
months later that we received a
copy of a Dublin newspaper which
he sent in exchange.
• • •

DR. HERSHEL SANDBERG
picking up his car at a garage
was mildly indignant at the size of
the repair bill. "You charge more
for your work than we of the
medical profession do!" Sandberg
exclaimed. The mechanic looked
him in the eye and said, "The way
it looks to me is that we got it
coming to us, You doctors keep
working on the same model . . .
ours changes every year."

Exotic Cocktails

One of America's Finest Restaurants

Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine

1 Blk. N. of Masonic Temple

3148 Second Blvd. at Seville Hotel

"A GUIDE FOR THE MARRIED MAN"

FRI. AND WK. DAYS: Open 6:15, shown
6:45, 8:35, 10:20. SAT., SUN.: Open 1:00,
Shown 1:25, 3:10, 4:55, 6:45, 8:30, 10:30.

ndo
GRAND CIRCUS lk.tartavy

Open 10:45
Air Cooled by Refrigeration

"ST. VALENTINE'S MASSACRE"

W. Warren aT Miller Road
5040
81-5
Air Cooled by Refrigeration
Special Selective Engagement of
Roger Hammerstein's

CAMELOT

"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"

Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer t
h e o .wr th oa t).
n i: e
en t 7g0 t y
E pEnt
KDA N Y ES D.poorsti o

SAT.: 2:00, 5:20, 8:40. SUN.: 1:30, 4:45,
8:05.

FOX

9 Mi. & Greenfield Rd.
358.3920
444-8676
A RETURN TO ELEGANCE
FOR ALL MOVIEGOERS
Cooled by Refrigeration

AMERICANA

Grand Circus Park

WO 1-8525

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Friday, July 21, 1967.-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADAMS



Intimately Elegant Restaurant

Henry Yee's

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Danny Raskin's

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
Air Conditioned
On Stage—In Person

"SWINGIN` TIME REVUE OF '67"

8 Big Acts Featuring
MARTHA AND THE VANDELLAS
Plus, on Screen
Audie Murphy in Color

FRI., SAT., SUN.: 12:50, 4:20, 7:50, 11:20.
Wk. Days: 12:40, 4:00, 7:20, 10:40.

"THE Y UNG WARRIORS"

N.:11:10, 2:40, 6:10, 9:40.
FRI., SAT.,
Wk. Days: 11:05, 2:25, 5:45, 9:00.
Wed: Ladies Day 50c

Plymouth Rd.

GA 7-0400 8,F aa n ',ate% Rd.
Air Cooled by Refrigeration
Special Selective Engagement of
Roger Hammerstein's

6.

"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"

Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer
MON., THURS.. Doors open 7:00. Shown
8 p.m. WED.: Matinee 1:30. EVE.: 8:00.
FRI.: Mat. 1:30. EVE.: 8:00. SAT.: 2:00,
5:20, 8:40. SUN.: 1:30, 5:00, 8:20.

"40 GUNS TO APACHE PASS"

Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WO 1-7917
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c

Magnificent

Mencoltirs

7113 PURITAN

2 Blocks West of

Conversation

Ample Parking

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SUM.. S

CASINO
ROYALE

EXCLUSIVE
ENGAGEMENT

N OW

Livernois

862-2882 For Res.

Speak little and well, if you wish
to be considered as possessing
merit. — From the French

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Fri., Mon., Tues. Open 6:45, shown
8:40 only. Sat. re-open 6:30, shown
6:50, 10:40. Sun. Open 12:45, shown
1:00, 4:50, 1:45.

"Who's
Been
Sleeping
In MY
Bed?"

DtAN
MARTIN

A MAN
ANd AWOMAN

TrOa*COLON.
FANAVISION .

In Color

WINNER ACADEMY AWARDS

Fri., Mon., Tues. 7:00, 10:50. Sat. Eve.
9 Only. Sun. 3:10, 7:00, 10:50.

WINNER CANNES FESTIVAL 1966
WINNER GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS

Fri.: 8:00
Sat.: 7:00
Sun.: 5:30

1:00, start 1:20,
SAT. Matinee, open

Over 4:30; "THE DEVIL'S OWN" &
PRE-HISTORIC WOMEN"

10:00
9:00 11:00
7:30
9:30

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12 MILE AT COOLIDGE

2 SHOWS TODAY, 2:00 & 8:15 P.M.
THE HAPPIEST MOTION PICTURE OF THE YEAR!

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