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May 15, 1970 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

32—Friday, May 15, 1970

SUN. dk MOM •
SPECIAL

"If you should have a sapling in
your hand when they tell you that
the Messiah has arrived, first plant
the sapling and then go greet the'
Messiah." —Johanan ben Zakai.

MON., TUES., WED.
& THURS. SPECIAL

Scandinavian

SMORGASBORD

INCLUDING DESSERT
A
AND
BEVERAGE . . .

$ 4 95

RONNIE PHILLIPS

Vocalist

Pianist — Nightly

Luncheon—Dinner—Banquets

20231 JAMES COUZENS
At Greenfield
345-4555

YOU'LL
MEET
EVERY-
BODY
WHO IS
ANYBODY
AT

PLANNING



SUNDAY
BRUNCH
10 a.m. to
2 p.m.

Lew, the details
to us. Well cater

your gala affair
In the home, of-
All You soiiips fice or hall of

Can Eat
Children tom
Under 10 AL

your choice .
or in our own
private banquet

MOT.

18100 WEST TEN MILE

AT SOUTHFIELD

PHONE: 352 - 8440

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The Best of Everything

EASILY ONE OF AMERICA'S ever, don't pass up the delicious
most interesting restaurants is the dinner plates that include corned
Laugh-In owned by Mort Lewis beef hash with the traditional
and Art Goldman . . . The sand- poached egg, chicken croquettes,
wiches are named after characters hot pastrami and egg omelets.
and weekly sayings from the popu-
HENRY K. MARTIN'S Chil-
lar TV show and the table tops dren's Theater classic, "Cinder-
are all filled with Laugh - In ella" is May 16 through May 22
scribblings from the Rowan and . . . Tomorrow, 11, 1 and 3 . . .
Martin fun hour . The Laugh- Sunday, 1 and 3 . . . rest of week,
In Restaurant is on W. Maple (15 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. . . .
Mile Rd.) across from the Village Gene Rosenberg is associate pro-
Theater and Somerset Plaza, be- ducer of this very fine production
tween Coolidge and Crooks Rd. unit whose recent Sleeping Beauty
. . . The lavishly nutty get-up of presentation was an above excel-
the place is overshadowed by lent offering! . . . Don't let your
some of the whacky prices . .
kids miss "Cinderella" . . . Henry,
French fries are free this weekend Gene and their cast put on a great
with a Bippyburger and Pepsi .. . show in the Community Arts Audi-
Art said 8 cents, Mort wanted 7 torium at the State Fair . . . Use
cents . . they compromised and entrance No. 2 on State Fair St.
are giving the fries away!
BACK AT The Moon is vibrant
REMEMBER FRANK from the young folk-swinger songstress
Wonder Bar? . . . The very per- Judy Bryte, with her uniquely-
sonable maitre 'd so well liked by styled approach to melody . .
everyone is now at the St. Regis Judy was at The Moon last De-
. . Drop in and say hello.
cember with her wide repertoire
GORDON'S KITCHEN carry-out that ranges from country and
on May 28 becomes the first and western to hot rock, with plenty
only kosher delicatessen in Michi- of the smooth "oldies" too . . .
gan . . . those traditional Friday Judy's unpredictable, too . . . One
night delicacies like kishke, chick- moment she is warbling the
en, varnishkes, kugel, etc., have "Wreck of the Old 97" and the
a first and only also . . . Nowhere next, she's fracturing the audience
else can you get this food without with a Jewish folk song and genu-
calling in advance . . . It's all on ine Nashville sound . . . Other
display hot and ready to serve, or numbers garnering instant ap-
cold for quick heating . . . Now plause are "Hava Nagila" a n d
that it'll be strictly kosher, Gor- "For Once In My Life."
don's has made a lot of people
OVERHEARD AT . . . Angel's
happy . . . including our mom!
Hour Glass, "A healthy home is a
ANGEL'S TIP is a good after- happy home, so send your house
dinner drink . . . Care and a to a doctor twice a year."- . .
steady hand will make this a suc- Northgate Delicatessen, "He's F,
cess . . . Use a barspoon held henpecked that the only time he
close to the surface of the drink opens his mouth is to ask his wife
. . . Pour off the back of the bar- where the mop is." . . . Apart-
spoon so as to float on each other ment Lounge, "He's so old, he
the following . . . V2 Cordial Glass gets winded playing chess." . . .
of Creme de Cacao, 1/2 Cordial DJ's Inn, "I have been married
Glass Maraschino and Y2 Cordial 30 years and I'm still in love with
Glass Heavy Cream (30%).
the same woman. If my wife finds
THE SANDWICHES AT BILLY'S out she'll kill me." . . . Wing
Delicatessen-Restaurant on Liver- Hong, "He has a soft spot in his
nois deserve recognition . . . They head for her." . . . Tigra, "There
are man-sized and tasty . . . Bow- was something I always liked
about him — but he spent it." .. .
..■■■••■■■••■••‘41...
Provincial House, "The new tax
forms are being printed on Kleen-
ex. That's to keep you comfortable
while you pay through the nose!"

Pro Mozart Society Plans
Annual Concert Sunday

"Gourmet's Feast"

Featuring a

Every Wednesday Night

Chilled Relishes — New England Clam Chowder
Tossed Salad with Clel Peas
and
All the Steamed clams You Want

Butter

SPRING CHICKEN Basted with Clam Broth

Oven Browned Potatoes

To Complete this fine meal .

A Slice of Fresh Watermelon — Beverages

We invite you and your friends to keep Wednesday in
Put on our Lobster Bib and try this

nzind

This featured New England Clambake is in addition to our
Regular Dinner Menu. However for the Clambake
reservations are required

JO

Tossed Salad, Roll & Butter,
Dessert (Pie, Pudding or Jello.)

Alban's

N. Huntetrd idgfronT
BOTTLE & BASKET 188 646.6553
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41. 18800 W.
538-4850

McNICHOLS

• Businessmen's Luncheons
• Superb Dining Cuisine
• Excellent Cocktails

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Southfield) •


Private

(6 Blks. W. of

Parking

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Banquet

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ROWAN ! & MARTIN

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MORT LEWIS &
ART GOLDMAN
IN INELCOMING YOU TO
AMERICA'S MOST
INTERESTING RESTAURANT

The Pro Mozart Society of
Greater Detroit will hold its an-
WHERE EATING IS FUN FOR *
nual concert 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
THE ENTIRE FAMILY!
*
the Grosse Pointe War Memorial
Auditorium.
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes, ar-
tistic director, will lecture on "The
444
Lives and Works of Mozart and
Beethoven."
Lawrence LaGore is music di-
rector, and participating artists
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are Gizi Szanto, piano; Emily M.
Austin, violin; Jane Hershon and
Virginia Person, sopranos; Nora
Skitch, contralto; Edward Kingins
and Karlheinz Multhaupt, tenors;
Russel Skitch, basso; and the
CIS Mile Rd.) Between Coolidge &Crooks Rd.
Rheingold Male Chorus under the
1 Mile South of Saks & Bonwit Teller
576-1566
11(
Across From Village Theater S. Somerset Plaza
direction of Frank Murch.
As-
The 19th annual International .pc 10:30 to 11 P.M. Sun. thru Thurs. Fri. & Sat. Til 12 Midnight *
Music competition will take place _•• • • Beautiful Downtown Burbankburger • BilVYburger • Fickle Finger
French Fried Frax • Verry innteresting Sub • Chicken Joke • Fria or
in Munich Sept. 1-18 with Mar-
& Frax • Big Chicken 7oke • Fry Cry Babies • Coo Coo Shake -IL
guerite Kozenn Chajes and Eleanor "P. • Here Come The Judgr Vanilla Shake) • Fudge Judge (Chocolate
S hake) • No Nog. Cola
et) • Quickie Cola • Big Finish Folk *
Steber of the Metropolitan Opera je
r . • • Surprise Endin
as represntatives of the United 1IL
ALSO OUR NEW STEAK ROMANO SANDWICH
AND SHRIMP STEAK SANDWICH
States.

2858 W. Maple

Main Course includes . . .

STEAMED MAINE LOBSTER with Drawn

Your Choice of Roast Beef
or Roast Turkey and Dressing
99
With Potatoes & Cole Slaw or $

4

New England Clambake

RESERVATIONS

P.m.

By Danny Raskin

announces a .. .

Corn on the Cob

Open 7 Days a
Week, 11 a.m. to 9

4-6688 OR LI 1.-.2577

Woodward Ave. at 11 1 /2 Mile Road r

New Play World Opens
With 3 Fun Shows

Play World is opening its fourth
store in the area, at 27065 Green-
field, with three free shows this
weekend. Mr. Wboodini, 4-9 p.m.
today; Snazzy the Mouse, Cali-
fornia TV star, 7-9 p.m. today and
3-5 p.m. Saturday; and Bozo Ur
Clown, Noon-2 p.m. Saturday.

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COUPON

IRIS WEEK'S CRAZY SPECIAL!

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F RENCH FRIES *
FRENCH

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Bippyburger & Pepsi

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