THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 16,1970-37
Paul Kadish Takes On Republican Opponent
The Best of Everything
Prepared for the
By Danny Raskin
• BANQUET FACILITIES
Remember when the Martians
invaded our comedians and comedy
writers? .. . You couldn't scan a
newspaper column or visit a night
club or watch your television with-
out running into a Martian . . .
They even had a song here on
earth, "Take Me To Your Leader,
Cha-cha-cha." . . . We could have
raised a lot of money for our planet
bk taxing all those Martians run-
ning around looking for their
leader . . . Anyway, those outer
space guys weren't so smart .
If they had any brains they would
have gone right to their leader
instead of asking everybody for
directions . . . I wonder if Mars-
niks are telling earth stories up
there . . I can just picture our
Martian rocketing to his home on
Mars Boulevard late one night and
explaining to his dear wife
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 24455
:411 .3 20231 James Couzens•
1 at Greenfield
Detroit Institute of Arts CONt.r.,RT SERIES,
Edith J. Freeman, Chairman
Saturday, October 24, 8:30 p.m.
Entertainment for Rliiabeth I—Renaissance spectacle of
music, dance, songs, poetry by N.Y. Pro Musics.
Art Institute Ticket Office (832-2730)
J. L. Hudson Ticket Offices: $7, $8, $9.
SPECIAL SUN. ONLY
ROAST TURKEY with
Mashed Potatoes, Tossed
Salad, Roll and Butter, &
Open 7 Days
11 a.m. to f p.m.
2 PCS. SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
- 1 ALBAN'S
1 BOTTLE & BASKET 188 647461
With French Fries, a Brownie and
Sandwich Trays I
and Catering for
Someplace else to add to your list of favorite places:
Pizza Salsiccia, the different pizza,
Wines on Tap, Lusty Atmosphere,
Classic Entertainment, Cocktails
THE WINERY, 2030 Park Ave., 1/2 bI. N. of Gd. Circus Pk.
Valet Parking After 6 P.M. Reservations:961-2800.
CARRY-OUT and DELIVERY
111•1= NMI MININ
, ONE DINNER FREE
(Choice of Following)
• White Fish
• Fish & Chips
• Fried Chicken
• Fried Shrimp
With Pwdiase of 2 Bar-B-0 Ribs Dinners
All Orders Include Choice of Two—
Spaghetti, French Fries or Cole Slaw.
4144 12 Ali. Rd., Berldey
Abe.-Tees.-WedeTbers. 8, Sen.
12 Noes - 10 p..
FrL & SeL 12 liene•12
(Jest E. of Greenfield)
"Couldn't help it, dear, I was
caught in a traffic jam in New
York." . . . One thing was for sure
. . . a woman would never have
been the first human being to set
foot on the moon on account of
she wouldn't know what to wear
for the event . . Outer space is
like juvenile delinquency—the more
we study it the more there seems
to be . . . With our Navy launching
rockets it won't be long before
sailors have a girl on every planet.
. . . Today's comedians can justi-
fiably claim their jokes are "out
of this world" . . . We can hear
you saying, "I wish they were there
with them!" . . . One Martian ap-
proached a bop musician who told
him, "No use taking you to my
leader—he isn't hiring tenors this
week." . . . Everybody knows that
the man in the moon gets lit up
almost every night so why is every-
body sending him a shot? .. . So
this Martian came to earth, stepped
into a taxi and said, "Take me to
your leader." "Sorry," said the
cabby, "I'm pulling into my ga-
rage." . . . A Martian stopped a
man on the street and told him,
"Take me to your leader." "Oh, I
can't," answered the fellow. "She's
in Florida with my mother-in-
law." . .. A spaceship landed on
Broadway and out popped a neur-
otic Martian who stopped a fellow
and said, "Take me to your lead-
er's psychiatrist." . . . When a
rocket scientist got into an argu-
ment with his wife, his friends ad-
vised him to count down to zero
before he lost his temper . . . etc,
etc. etc. etc.
Terrific entertainer to appear at
the coming Detroit Businessmen's
Group, City of Hope Champagne
Dinner Dance. Nov. 1, at Raleigh
House, is singer Tony Darryll . .
On the bill with George Kirby re-
cently at the Elmwood, Tony lit-
erally took the show away from
George . . . and has already been
labeled for quick stardom . . .
President Harry Brodsky's an-
nounced goal for the great City of
Hope Pilot Medical Center is $ 150,
Sir Richard's in the Crestwood
Motel on W. Eight Mile Rd., is
a most unusual delicatessen-
restaurant . . . First one I know
of that serves beer with its corned
beef sandwiches . . . Sir Rich-
ard's has a good varied menu,
from '7 a.m. until 10 p.m- daily,
and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 4 a.m.
Saints and Sinners meeting will
be held this Monday evening at 7
at Angel's Hour Glass, 18800 W.
McNichols, six blocks west of
Southfield - .. Members and pros-
pects are invited to attend the
"good time" get together by this
wonderful group of men whose
time is dedicated to having fun
while helping mentally retarded
children . . . Remember the date.
If you're in- the mood to leave
the driving to them, that ever-
faithful double-decker British bus
is still on hand by Chuck Muer at
Hotel Pontchartrain for getting out
to Tiger Stadium for the Lions'
home games . . . Those Sunday
brunches in Cabaret LaBoheme
before each game—excellent!
Waterford's new Voyager Restair-
rant, which opened this summer,
in the Oakland-Pontiac Airport
Terminal Bldg. in Pontiac, is be-
coming very well noted . . . De-
troiter Ed Paley, globe-girdling air
travel executive of big industry
and industrial developer Ray Rinke
are gambling that Detroit area
residents will drive to this airport
to watch the planes land and take
off, and partake of their choice
from the large selection of Voy-
State Senate candidate Paul Ka-
dish, Democrat of Livonia, has
challenged his Republican oppon-
ent to repudidate the economic
policies of the Nixon administra-
tion which, he claims, have brought
unemployment and continued in
Elation to the people of the 14th
"Many families in the 14th Dis-
trict are much worse off financially
as a result of these policies, yet
my opponent says he supports
them. Does this mean that he will
blindly follow disastrous policies
just because they are being car-
ried out by his own -political
party?" he said.
Featuring Smogs By
TONY & CAROLYN
• Complete Lunches II a.m. -4 p.m.
• "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time ..
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Bloomfield Gallery Tours
Offer Art to Community
The Bloomfield Art Association's
series of gallery tours, which be-
gins its fourth year Tuesday, in-
cludes visits by chartered bus to
area galleries, museums, artirts'
studios and private art collections.
Luncheons a r e prearranged.
Membership in the BAA is not
necessary for tour participation.
For information, call the Bloom-
field Art Association, 644-0866.
18332 W. McNichols
* 2 Bike. W. of Southfield Xwy
CUSS OF 1940
24, 1970, 8:30 P.M.
Tickets $100 Each
Southfield, Mich. 44075
1 257 1
Specializing In Cantonese Cuisine
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at
11 Mile and Lahser Rd.
Open Mon. through Fri. 11 Lia.-10: 30 p.m-.$
Sat. 11 aza.-11:30 p.m.; Sun. Noon-10:30 p.m.'
Orders To Take Out
ICE CREAM PARLOUR
TELEGRAPH AT SCHOOLCRAF
• 2600 ELIZABETH LAKE RD.
• 6706 CUD ROAD
ANGEL'S HOUR GLASS
18800 W. McNichols (6 Elks W. of Southfield)
• Businessmei.'s Luncheons
• Superb Dining Cuisine
• Excellent Cocktails
Dancing Nightly To Billy Rose Trio
THE SUSSEX HOUSE
Fine Dining and Cocktails
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)
OPEN DAILY FROM 11:30 A.M.
FEATURING PRIME BEEF FROM
FOOD LANES - MARKET
• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS
• FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275
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Mon. thru Sat.
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at Greenfield 34S- 4555
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GEORGE ROSE & CHARLEY AULD
Strolling Instrumental-Singing Duo
Thins., Fri. & Sat. 7 to 12 p.m.