THE JEWISH NEWS
The Best of Everything
Dinner at DARBY'S
is o real treat
By Danny Raskin
Visit Our New
Lounge and Bar
OPENING AT SANDY'S, De- ' with the Jackie Wayne Trio, in-
troit's newest nitery, on Livernois cluding Jackie at piano, Ronnie
just north of Outer Dr., was a Shandell on guitar and Norman
fabulous day and night, as folks Garber on bass giving out -' with
from all over came to eat, drink rhythmizing at its finest . . . The
Snacks . . . a
and join in the merriment with co- food is delicious . . . and the fel-
hosts Sandy Hoffman and Larry lows are making sure of only the
Leshman ... The place is beautiful. top choice meat regardless of price
with intimate decor and pleasant . . . Back to that first night at
Res. UN 2-7642
lighting ... If the first night was Sandy's. Artie Nelson on piano.
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
any indication, and there's no rea- songster - guitarist Billy "Baby
for it not to be, every night is Face" Rose and Jeff Corey of the
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,oing to be like New Year's Eve AIM° Shane Trio on bass, com-
and the weekends as if the Detroit bined as guest artists . . . Sandy
Tigers just clinched the pennant! Hoffman gave out with his vibrant
singing and the Jackie Wayne Trio
The music is hard to beat ..
played "Roll Out The Barrel" for
a table of folks from England . . .
• Flaming Dishes Pre-
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pared at Yciur Table
AFTER A FIRE inside had it
• Exotic Tropical
closed almost a week, Marty's
Located in the
Restaurant - Delicatessen in the
Dancing Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
- 8 Shopping Center is open
9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
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FIRST NIGHT AT new Nosherie.
PRIVATE ROOMS FOR
one of owners, Earl Mostyn, was
* BANQUETS * PARTIES
taken to the hospital . . . He was
17569 E. Warren
* BUSINESS MEETINGS
released, went to work, and landed
Accommodations for 10 to 150 Guests
right back in the hospital . . . A
Ample Free Parking
kidney stone had torn through.
Take Eckel Ford Expressway East to
at W. Gd. Blvd.
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Cadieux. Turn Right on Cadieux to
Warren and Left 6 Blocks.
JAY GOLMAN, amateur cook of
note, comes up with another deli-
cious tidbit . . . toasted cinnamon
roll with American cheese melted
inside . . . And it is delicious!
NEW EATERY YOU'LL like is
Italian Alpine Village on Gratiot
and Forest .. . The place is very
Detroit's Newest Nite Spot-
condusive to pleasant dining. and
Lunch, Dinner and After Theater Menus
the service and food are both ex-
cellent . . . Owner Rocky Valle is
proud of his authentic Italian
Jodie Wayne Trio at the Piano Bar
dishes, cooked to order and ex-
tremely tasty .. . Rocky knows
what he's doing ... after being at
Nr. Outer Dr.
famous Mama Leone's in New
861 - 3093
York over 10 years before buying
the Detroit eatery about nine
months ago ... in fact, everything
from the vegetables, with whole
green peppers and whole tomatoes,
fettucini in cream sauce. relines-
trone soup and the main course
are delicious . This was the first
restaurant we've ever seen in De-
troit that put a hunk of cheese on
the table for folks to slice and nib-
ble before the food comes . . . It
was highly enjoyable! . . .Chef
Giacomo, also from Mama Leone's,
is a true artist when it comes to
food! . . . The prices are most rea-
Shop downtown on Saturday. And at
sonable and the Italian Alpine Vil-
luncheon time, refresh yourself with our
lage is easy to get to . . . Take
Bountiful Buffet and Soothing Service at
Lodge Expressway to E. Edsel
The Top of the Ponch. Hours: 11:30 a.m. -
Ford, get off at Mt. Elliott, turn left
on Forest to Gratiot ... There's at-
tendant parking, and as regular
If you're back-to-school shopping, by all
customer, former police inspector
means bring the children. We have a special
Pete DeLuca says, "I wouldn't care
price for those under 13.
how long it took me to get here—
there's no place like it anywhere!"
Chuck ltluel! 4 Vour Host
Lavish Luncheon ...Vast View
BUFFET AT THE
(TOP OF THE PONCH)
P.S. Ride our Double-Decker Bus between
Downtown Shopping Loop and Hotel
Two Washington Soul aaaaa
far Reservations, Mane E55.0200
Israeli Soccer Team
Will Play in America
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30 Friday,September 8, 1967
Young Arab in New Israel
By CARL ALPERT
EAST JERUSALEM—My name
is Fuad. I am 17 years old, and
now entering the last year at St.
George Elementary School. Yes,
that's where I learned to speak
I met Mr. Alpert in one of the
alleys of the Old City. He was try-
ing to figure out from a map
where he was. So I became his
I've worked as a guide before,
but mostly with the Christian pil-
grims who used to come here in
large numbers. These new tourists,
the Israelis, are a strange lot.
They're not interested in the same
things that interested the Chris-
tians along the Via Dolorosa. The
first place they head for is the
Wall. Everybody calls it the Kotel.
Next, they go bargain hunting.
Some of my neighbors say that
business has never been so good.
Lots of the junk that had accumu-
lated for years—and stuff import-
ed from Hong Kong or elsewhere
—sells like hotcakes. The father of
one of my friends has made a
fortune selling key rings with
"Moussa" Dayan's picture. The Is-
raelis get a kick out of that: buy-
ing a "Moussa" Dayan picture from
a Jerusalem Arab. Of course my
friend charges more for the Dayan
This is the El Aksa Mosque.
In here, on this platform sur-
rounded by a railing, is the place
where King Abdullah was killed
in 1952. He wanted to make
peace with Israel. That's why
they killed him. Many of the
old-timers who loved Abdullal
still come here to pray on this
spot. The murderer is still alive.
Ile lives somewhere in Jordan.
They say that if Hussein tries
to make peace he will be killed
I am a Muslim, but here in
Jerusalem Muslim and Christian
is all the same. We live together.
Yes, I have been to new Jerusa-
lem. Soon after the war I met an
Israeli boy who was visiting here
and we became friends. I visit
him in Rehavia every afternoon.
Do you know? We can go back and
forth between the two sections of
the city freely — without passes,
without check, without interfer-
ence. It is like one city. It is
beautiful over there.
Some of my friends have al-
ready been to Tel Aviv and
Haifa. I want to go visit too. How
strange! They say we lost the
war, but we can now go any-
where we want in enemy land—
excuse the expression.
What do we think about the
Israel government? I don't know.
My father is afraid. He says Israel
will not stay here, and the UN will
put the barbed wire back, dividing
the city again. That's why so many
of my people don't want to co-
Some of your soldiers are also
bad. My brother was walking in
the street and Israeli soldiers took
away his money and his watch. If
he did not give them up, they
Israel Has Control
Over Old City Hotel
Near Ruined Szold Plot
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Is-
raeli government has taken over
Intercontinental Hotel, the
TEL AVIV (JTA)—A Israeli
soccer team named the "Six-Day newest and most lavish hostelry
Jerusalem, the former
War Victory Team," will play
four games in America, between "Old City," it was reported here.
The hotel is being operated un-
Oct. 8 and 18, it was announced
der the supervision of the govern-
A contract for the American ment's custodian of abandoned
tour was signed here between the property.
The Intercontinental is located
Israeli National Football Federa-
tion and Asher Wolk, representing on the very edge of the ancient
of Olives Cemetery. The
the American Soccer League.
The Israeli 11, according to Mr. Jordanian government had built
Wolk, is set for games in New for the hotel an access road across
York and Los Angeles, and will a portion of the cemetery, dese-
probably play also in Toronto and crating many Jewish graves.
Among the graves destroyed by
in Rochester. He said the American
Zionist Youth Federation is co- the Jordanians was the burial
sponsoring the- tour. He declared ground of the late Henrietta Szold,
also that each game will feature a founder of Hadassah, the women's
Zionist organization of America.
"Salute to Israel."
said they would kill him. I don't
think Jordan soldiers would have
done that if they had conquered
You Israelis are strange. You
let anybody talk against the gov-
ernment and criticize. I saw inter-
views in your papers with some
of our people, and they were not
afraid to be critical. Under Hus-
sein or Nasser they would never
dare talk like that. But then the
next day, if you find a gun in
somebody's house you blow up the
house. If a merchant closes his
store in protest, you arrest him.
Are you hard—or soft—or can't
you make up your minds? We
Arabs don't understand you.
Did you enjoy your walk around
Jerusalem with me? Tell your
friends. too, to come to Fuad.
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