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July 18, 1969 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-18

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Major League Stars to Hold Baseball Clinic
for Young Players in Five Area Centers

The Major League Baseball Play-
ers Association Baseball Clinic,
Aug. 4-6, to be held at five different
parks in this area, will give young
ballplayers a chance to receive
personal instructions from many
major leaguers, along with ex-
Tiger Hal Newhouser and 20-game
winner Ray Herbert.
Players aged 10 to 17 are eligible
for the three day event. The clinic
will allow young players to hit,
throw, field and slide under the
eye of the professional stars, who

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Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 24455

will then offer helpful suggestions.
Players will be divided into four
positions: pitcher, catcher, infield-
er, outfielder, and also will be sep-
arated by age group, with 10 to 13
year olds taking the field from 9
a.m. to 10:30 a.m.; and 14 to 17
year olds from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The major leaguers taking part
will rotate between the five Detroit
area ball parks. In Detroit, the
clinic will be held at Codd Field
adjacent to Hutchins Junior High
School; in Royal Oak, at Woodward
and 13 Mile; in Livonia, at Ford
Field; in Roseville, at Memorial
Stadium; and in Wyandotte, at Me-
morial Park.
Players or parents of players in-
terested in the clinic activities, can
call Sports Promotion Inc., 255-3939,
for more information.

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SARAH

JOHN

WESTON & ALLEN

Versatile Young Singing-lnsrumental Duo

•Complete Dinners

• Luncheon Daily

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• Private Attendant Parking

248 W. McNICHOLS (Just W. of Woodward)

i

THE DETROIT JEWISH

Friday, July 18, 1969-31 r Eban in Switzerland

NEWS

The Best of Everything

to Preside at Meeting

JERUSALEM (JTA) - Foreign
Minister Abba Eban will leave for
Switzerland to preside at a meet-
By Danny Raskin
ings of Israeli envoys in several
West European countries, the for-
ANNETTES'S LE PETIT VEAU e mployees in their mad rush to ge eign ministry said. He will be away
is one of those wonderful little 0 ut orders. . . This is a very big
for three or four days.
French restaurants that are well- mistake!
known to New Yorkers but rarely
Yes, Sam Nathanson has a deli-
visited by out-of-towners . . . We catessen down in Miami (what a
O's
I
have dined at Annette's several switch!) . . . Mary and Buddy
times and always find our dinner Myerson of Buddy's Bar-B-Q on
excellent . . . The menu is strictly 12th and Scotch 'n Sirloin, are re-
French of course, but unlike such tired in Phoenix, Ariz. . . . In town
world famous restaurants as the recently, they look great!
Colony, Chambord and La Pavillon,
the prices are well within the reach
of the average pocketbook, and yet
with a quality of food that should
*
NIGHTLY T,1
make the above blush.
* APPEARING
AT THE
4' '
• Complete Lunches 11 a.m. to ' -k
1
RESTAURANTS ARE springing *
PARK
4 p.m.
*
.•
up all around the northwest . . . * • "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time *
SHELTON
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. it ;
Now there's one being readied at *
'r

Show
Time
9
p.m.
to
2
a.m.
4,
,
..„
Woodward of Kirby
Eight Mile between Lahser and 't- All Credit Cards Honored * i
Internationally FelPIIMS
*
*1
Telegraph.
*
ir ■
French-Italian
Cuisine
-• '
CHUNG's on Cass and Peterboro *
• Luncheons • Dinners
4 '
is a true Cantonese restaurant .. .
• Private Banquet
No rolls and no coffee . . . Milk is
Facilities
it
served only because of children ... *
* •
For Reservations
. .
is
The taste is different, too, on most
875-8920
18632 W. McNichols *
*
Oriental dishes.
PARKING IN
* 2 !Mks. W 3 1:if 8 Sitit;tfield Xwy it
MARTY'S DELICATESSEN in
BUILDING GARAGE
Green-8 Shopping Center has new tr********************* 91c
hours of interest . . . No more stay-
ing open late, not even weekends
. . . 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru
Thurs. and 8 'til 11 p.m. Fri. and
Sat. . . Sunday is closed for
fishing.
GOOD FOOD IS ALWAYS a
prime requisite when dining out ...
but almost as important is good
service ... and Hugo's at the Park
• Lunch • Dinner • Cocktails
Shelton is tops in both categories
Margaret Oldsfield at the Piano
. . . Of the famed waiters mention-
ed last week, we left out Ed, whose
Every Evening 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
fine talents are much in demand
LAFAYETTE TOWERS
. The two waitresses who work
SHOPPING CENTER
lunch and dinner at Hugo's, Hazel
Stine and Julie Greening, are ex-
cellent . . . All Harvey Grace has
to do is pick his main course-
Hazel does the rest . . • Max Lipin
won't let anyone but Julie, even
h m- I
Birmingham : irmin
bring him a glass of water ... In-
Woodward
a ard at Maple
DOW N,TOW N,
FINAL DAYS ! !
surance man Philip Poyle and Dr.
Grand Circus Park
WALT DISNEY'S PRODUCTIONS
Joseph Stein wait for Hazel . . . ADAMS
Free Parking after 5 p.m.
14525
"THE LOVE BUG" (G)
Jack Adelman and Ruth and Max WO
Sidney Peltier, Joanna Shimkus in
week days 7:10, 9:30 Sat. a. Sun. 1:30,
Sosin look for Julie . . . and so it
"THE LOST MAN"
4:05, 6:40, 9:45
11:15, 1:35, 3:55, 6:15, 8:20, 10: 25
goes . . Folks galore who go to
award winning "WINNIE THE POOH"
& "THE BLUSTERY DAY" Wk. Days
WED. LADIES DAY 75c
Hugo's house of celebrities rave of
6:45, 9:05 Sat. & Sun. 1:05, 3:40, 6:15, 8:15
the food but don't forget about the
2211 Woodward-WO 1.9494
Starts Wed. July 23
"ROMEO • JULIET" (G)
service . . . Hazel is going into her FOX
HELD OVER ! !
3RD BIG WK.
21st year as a waitress at the same
S. 15
Stephen Boyd, Dionne Warwick,
BLOOMFIELD W'ward 2 blks. MI
site . . . From Wardell, Sheraton,
4-6006
Ossie Davis in
WINNER. OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS
Par, Sheraton, Shelton and now
"SLAVES"
incl. BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR
Park Shelton-she's seen a lot of
Plus
"OLIVER" (G)
owners . . . Julie has been there 11
"NIGHT OF' THE LIVING DEAD"
EVES. Mon thru Sat. 8 P.M.
years-seeing quite a few herself
. .
.
EVERY WED. LADIES' DAY
LATE
SHOW
Friday
and
Saturday
All
seats reserved.
... Both are great assets at Hugo's.
For Schedule Information Call WO 1.7917 Matinees Wed. Sat. & Sun. at 2 p.m.
REMEMBER S A M GREENE,
Box office open Wed. Sat. & Sun. 1-9
Box office open
former manager at Fredson's on GRAND CIRCUS
tgr:.rav7c 1) C 1i-r3c2L4l0
Mon. Tues. Thur. Fri. 4-9
Wyoming six years ago? . . . After
31/2 hrs. free parking after 5:30 p.m.
leaving and bouncing among eater-
"THE PLANET OF THE APES"
W. Warre 5n 81/44 0iller Road
CAMELOT
2:35, 6:10, 9:50
ies around town, he's finally settled
Benjamin the Graduate had nothing
"FANTASTIC VOYAGE"
down in one place to stay . . . and
on Danny the Draft-Dodger!
12:55, 4:30, 8:10
it has nothing to do with food!
Ladies Day Wed. 75c
"THE GAY DECEIVERS" (R)
. . . Sam is now owner with wife
Ragleyagr it River
Wk. Nights 6:15, 8:20, 10:30
Doris of House of Nine in the MICHIGAN
SAT. 4:10, 6:15, 8:20, 10:30
Green-8 Shopping Center.
SUN. 2:00, 4:10, 6:15, 8:20, 10:30
"ONCE UPON A TIME in the WEST"
TRADER VIC, the world famous
11:05, 2:55, 6:50, 10:40
purveyor of Chinese and Polynesian
"THE VIOLENT 4"
MAIN, ROYAL OAK -AI-0%0-
1:10, 5:00, 9:00
food originally from San Francisco,
Dean Jones, Buddy Hacket
DAY,
75c
WED.
LADIES
may soon do his conquering here in
"THE LOVE BUG"
Detroit . . . It'll be in ,the newly TELENEWS
plus Dick Van Dyke in
named Detroit-Hilton Hotel which a
15 40 Woodward-WO 1-0543
"NEVER A DULL MOMENT"
(X) "CAN HERONOMOUS MERKIN
group of community-ites have re-
EVER FORGET MERCY HUMPPEE
Continuous open 11:30 A.M.
cently taken over.
& FIND TRUE HAPPINESS"
PLUS
THESE FAST bif-bam-boom op-
rt./mouth Rd.
MAI KAI
erations spreading all over are
"BIRDS IN PERU"
a t Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
rushing too fast for volume and for-
WED. LADIES DAY, 75c
Tony
Curtis
and
Terry Thomas in
getting everything else . . . Even
NEIGHBORHOOD ,
courtesy has been forsaken by the

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OPEN DAILY 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

CLOSED SUNDAYS

1 TRAY CATERING & SANDWICH TRAYS
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Now playing in the Art Gallery in the Sky !

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FRIDAYS ONLY!

5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

FISH DINNER
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15325 W. 8 MILE RD.

Just E. of Greenfield

111001 TELEGRAPH
1360 SO. WOODWARD

961-7955

VIE GUIDE

Ex-SS Sergeant Sentenced
To Life for 47 Murders;
Another German Set Free

BONN (JTA) - A former SS
(Elite Guard) sergeant was sen-
tenced to life in prison last week
for murdering 47 Jews in the ghet-
to of Tarnow, Poland, during World
War H. But the court that found
61-year-old Karl Opperman, a tax
official, guilty, acquitted another
defendant, Gerhard G a a, 63, of
complicity in murder. The court
said that Gaa had not acted with
malicious intent and could go free
under provisions of West Ger-
many's reformed penal code that
precludes punishment for persons
who did not commit murder will-
fully.

9 MI. & Greenfield Rd.
358-3920
444-U76
John Wayne, Glen Campbell

AMERICANA

"TRUE GRIT"

SAT. SUN. is WED.
1:20, 3:40, 6:05, 8:25, 10:50
WEEK NIGHTS
6:00, 8:20, 10:45

BERKLEY

12 Mile-Coolidge LI 2-0330
HELD OVER 2ND BIG WK.

"CAMELOT"

Rich'd Harris, Vanessa Redgrave
winner of 3 Academy Awards at
regular admission prices
FRI. MON. TUES. open 7:15 "Camelot"
at 8:00 only "Blue Danube" featurette
at 7:35 & 10:35

SAT. EVE. open 6:35 "Camelot" 6:40,
9:3S "Blue Danube" 9:15
SUN. open 1:00 "Camelot" 1:20, 4:00,
6:45, 9:30



SAT. CHILDREN'S MATINEE ALL
SEATS 50c open 1:00 starts 1:30, out
4:30 Patyy Duke in "BILLY" & Hugh
O'Brien in "AFRICA TEXAS STYLE"
Next Attraction "IF IT'S TUESDAY
THIS MUST BE BELGIUM"

"THOSE DARING YOUNG MEN IN
JAUNTY JALOPIES"

FRI. & WK. NIGHTS 6:00, 8:10, 10:30
MATINEES WED. SAT. & SUN.
at 1:05, 3:20, Eves. 5:45, COS, 10:30

Lanser at Grand River
KE 7-2560 Park Free-Cooled
HELD OVER 2ND BIG WK.
Omar Sharif, Julie Christie

REDFORD

"DR. ZHIVAGO"

Wk. days open 7:30 shown 8:25 only
SAT. & SUN. MATINEES open 1:45
shown 2:10 SAT. SUN. EVE. Re-open
7:30 shown 8:25 only

ROYAL OAK

315 WLIFMr1i111, R.O.

"IF IT'S TUESDAY,
THIS MUST BE BELGIUM"

Week nights 8:10 only Fri. 9:00 only
Sat. 1:45, 5:20, 9:00 Sun. 12:45, 4:20, 8:50

"BUONA SERA, MRS. CAMPBELL"

Wk. nights 6:15, 9:50 Fri. 7:05, 10:40
Sat. 3:20, 7:00, 10:40 Sun. 2:20, 6:00, 9:40
Starts Wed. "THE MALTESE BIPPY"
& "IMPOSSIBLE YEARS"

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