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November 24, 1967 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-24

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THE JEWISH NEWS

s ......................s •

OAKLAND
f i • HEALTH
CLUB
Sauna Steam Bath

• •

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything

• •





• Swimming Pool

i

30—Friday, November 24, 1967

By Danny Raskin



Enjoy delicious food, from Her-
ring to luscious steaks, prepared •
in our own kitchen!
:
Same Location for 36 Years! •

DISHES WITH A "Left Bank"
flavor and posh French decor give

Old World charm to the Cabaret

La Boheme rooftop supper club

Ample parking on our own well- •
• at the Pontchartrain Hotel - . .

lit lot!


• Elegant dining and dancing are

8295 Oakland Ave.
• featured against the backdrop of

TR 2-9860

a splendid view of the Detroit and
no............e........0 Windsor
skylines . . . Morry King,
his Strad and orchestra give out
LRIEM1=1•• ■ =1111• ■ =11P
with
much
beautiful music.
ANNOUNCING OUR I
• * *
NEW HOURS
OLDEST
GERMAN-AMERICAN

restaurant in Detroit is The Little
JOIN US FOR
Cafe on Gratiot . . . Opened back
BREAKFAST
in 1934 . . . Features seldom
▪ MON. to THUM. 7 m -9 m • equaled German home cooking and
German
and American light and
• FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m.-1 .
dark beer.
I
CLOSED SUNDAY
I
* • *
Space Available for
Small Meetings
ROQUEFORT DRESSING for
salad gets its name from the vil-



I

I

MARTY'S

I

Restaurant - Delicatessen
I 21174 Greenfield
LI 3-0535 II
Green-8 Shopping Center



LARCO'S

*

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

1==igmmemamm0111 WO

• BANQUET FACILITIES

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

Detroit's Finest
Cusine

/

Dinner at DARBY'S



Flaming Dishes Pre-
pored of Your Table
Exotic Tropical
Drinks
Dancing Thurs., Fri. and Sat.
9 p.m. to 2 o.m.

is



• Visit

Our New
SKYLIGHT

ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar

GOLDEN
GALLEON



17569 E. Warren

Phone
886-0636

Take Edsel Ford Expressway East to
Cadieux. Turn Right on Cadieux to
Warren and Left 6 Blocks.

o real treat

AFTER

THEATRE
Snacks .
Delight
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

Res. UN 2-7642

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

lage of Roquefort in France . .
and is a crumbly, sharp ewe's-milk
cheese.
* $ *
BLACK KNIGHT Supper Club on
Plymouth is boarded up because
of a disastrous fire . . . So bad
that even the roof caved in . . .
Owner Joel Hellman doesn't ex-
pect the place to reopen for at
least three months.
* * *
RECOMMENDED EATERY by
Dan and Sylvia Kalter is called
"Mr. F's" on Van Dyke, north of
14 Mile .. They went there last
week and thoroughly enjoyed the
tasty food, good service and organ
music.
*
*
YES, THERE WAS a St. Regis
Restaurant on Woodward Ave.
many years ago . . . It was at 513
Woodward in the 20's.

CARRY OUT AND CATERING SERVICE

Open Seven Days a Week . .. Mon. thru Thurs., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Fri. &
Sat.. 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.: Sun. & Holidays. 12 Noon to 2

3177 CASS AT PETERBORO, 2 Blks. N. of Masonic Temple

Free Parking Across Street

TE 1-1100

We Honor Diner's and American Express

COMEN'GET 1M!

EVERY

WEDNESDAY IS 49er DAY

Dip Into All of the Golden
BUTTERMILK PANCAKES
You Can Eat

For Only

Bring Along
Your Prospectors

C

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

NICE, France (JTA)—Creation man of the conference and vice-
of a central European Jewish or- chairman of the host Fonds Social
ganization to provide for expand- Juif Unifie. said that, of the 1.250,-
ed educational and cultural ser- 000 Jews living in the 17 countries
vices to the hundreds of small
Jewish communities in Europe represented in the conference,
threatened with assimilation was 1,000,000 lived in Britain and
proposed here at the close of a France. The 250.000 others are
two-day meeting of 30 representa- scattered in tiny groups in 14
tives of European Jewish com- countries "in a situation where the
surrounding society is undergoing
munities.
The meeting was convened by rapid social change."
He said the problem of survival
the Standing Conference of Euro-
pean Jewish Community Services. of "these tiny communities" was
Claude Kelman of Paris, chair- urgent.

The Detroit Institute of Arts Concert Series
Edith J. Freeman, Chairman

ALICIA de LARROCHA

brilliant Spanish pianist

Friday, Dec. 1 — 5:30 p.m. AUDITORIUM
Tickets: $5, SA, 83, 52.50 at Institute Ticket Office
(532.2730), Grinnell's and J. L. Hudson Ticket Services.

FIRST TIME AT
REGULAR PRICES!

ULYSSES

Based on James Jo ce's Controversial Book

COMPLETE AND UNCUT
NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED

* *

THE ROOSTERTAIL is named
for the plume of spray thrown up
by unlimited class racing boats
. . . A panoramic view of the De-
troit River serves as a backdrop
for dancing and fine food in the
spacious dining room where many
of the nation's leading entertain-
ers perform.

thru Th025: 7:13. 9.30

,deer SOO, 1015
Smurday; 6 00. 3 13. 10 30
Sande y: 5.00. 7.15. 9.70

MON. Ilya Saturday: 7.00.141

s-n I.,

4 45 7.00, 9.15.

ium,

I LISTUDIO-8H ESQUIRE

Greenfield at 8 Mile LI. 2-8827 15311 E. Jefferson VA. 2-2870

* • *

THE ITALIAN Alpine Village is
directly on the corner of Gratiot
and Forest . . . and if you ask for .
Rocky Vallee when going there,
you won't be sorry! . . . He goes
to fantastic extremes to please you
. . , For relaxing dining of authen-
tic Italian cuisine. you'll be glad
you went to the Italian Alpine Vil-
lage.

Spanish Pianist Due
for Concert, Series

Dine in a Serene
Oriental Setting
Featuring Authentic
Cantonese Cusine

European Body Fears for Survival in 14 Lands

Alicia deLarrocha. Spanish
pianist who holds many prizes and
awards for her art, will perform
for the Detroit Institute of Arts
Concert Series
8:30 p.m. Dec. 1
in the institute's
auditorium.
Mme. deLarro-
cha has per-
formed this sea-
son at Philhar-
monic H a 11 in
New York. She
holds the Grand
Mine.
Pri. due Disque,
deLarrocha the Spanish Or-
der of Civil Merit and the Paderew-
ski Memorial Medal. Tickets are
available at Grinnell's, J. L.
Hudsons and the institute ticket
office.

Albert Maltz, who went into in-
voluntary retirement as a screen
writer in 1949, has returned to
Hollywood with the assignment
for Martin Rackin to develop the
scenario for a high-budgeted 'Wes-
tern ( "Two Miles For Sister Sara."
He also has completed the screen-
play for Kirk Douglas, produc-
tion, "Scalawag" and has written
a screenplay based on his own
novel, "The Journey of Simon
McKeever."

Zero Mostel's scenes of glutton-
ous eating as a Rabelaisian Rus-
sian prince in • "Great Catherine"
set new gastronomical records for
the screen, surpassing even
Charles Laughton's famed dinner
orgy in "Henry VIII."

COLCR

Mon. thru Friday
7:30, 9:30

Sat 6:00, 8:00,
10:00

"The Rho radiates a
healthy. happy attitude

Sun 5:30,
7:30, 9:30

towards seal"

at a. • rt44 ■0■ 404 1' 11,1141.1111ry•

Livorno.'

DavisonWE 30070



BEST PICTURE
. OF THE YEAR!

v- FRET) ZINNENIANNS

MU OF

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U33 4 7 30 .1745
ide, 7.3 TH
Saturday; evoo. I.13, 10;30
Sunday: 2;10, 5 00. 7113. 9.20

A MAN
FOR ALL
EASONS

it
Sa SALE AT eat INTICI IQ ST Mt
ass anent 59151 s
BAILT. t■ ss masts

STUDIO NEW CENTER

3rd at

the Bled. • TR. 4-0025 FREE PARKING • Entrance on 3rd opp.

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

Theatre

"PIETRO GERM!
HAS DONE IT AGAIN!

1966 CANNF:S FII.M FEAT: VA!.

Extremely funny comedy ... Hilari-
ous, original, outrageously convinc-
ing—and immoral ... has a knowing
Italian touch ... Germi brings it off

with taste and sting!"

—N.Y.T.mes

ThBia ls ThIeesandTh3talians

9

MON. Mr, TOUTS: 7.10 9.30
f nday; I DO. 10 oa.
, ...rartr

7 00 ; 9. W. 1140

'45.7': !ram tt.e

Derclor or "DIVOPCE

sunder: 5:10.

"

STUDIO-NORTH

44tr. Mater Parking lot front of Theatre

Woodward at 9-Mile • U. 14161

STYLE

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