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February 05, 1971 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-05

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TNEDITIOIT JIW

Kollek claiifies- Plans for Jerusalem

Mall Antique Show

The Best of Everything

More than 50 antique dealers
from New York, Pennsylvania,
By Danny Raskin
Ohio, Indiana and Michigan are
participating in the 10-day mall
IT'S TRUE THAT the name of Institute today, is expected to be
antique show and sale now In pro- Hugo's
in the Park Shelton is be- at Hugo's after her performance
gress at Tel-Twelve Mall.
ing changed to Pietro's . . . Boss- . . . It's a Friday night and that's
man Pietro DeFiore recently re- when light opera, show tunes, etc.
turned from New York with some hold sway . . Thursdays are
new menu items that are delecta- Grand Opera eves . . . Bernie
ble favorites at fine dining spots Katz is at the piano both nights. •
Pine Gallas.American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
around the country ... The Pepper
THE DANNY STEVENSON Duo
Dffeent
Teets
Steak Verdi is great and another Tuesday through Friday, provides
• BANQUET FACILITIES
"must"
dish
is
the
Chicken
Sicili-
good
listening to go with the good
Now: Open Sunday 11 Nees
an° ...Soprano opera star Marissa food at Black Forest Inn on Wash-
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 24455
Galvany, who'll appear at the Art ington and 11 Mile Rd. in Royal
Oak ... Danny on piano is backed
by a bass from 9 p.cn. to 1 a.m.
RIDE THE RAIL TO YESTERYEAR
FOR REAL OLD FASHIONED EATING ENJOYMENT
in the Hearthside Room.
NO MORE first-come, first
Old-Tyme Big Sandwiches
I served at Charley's Crab in West
• DELICATESSEN—CHARBURGERS
Bloomfield
. . . The long waiting
1
is over with reservations now be-
STEAK & EGGS
1 ing accepted.
DESSERT FANTASIES
1 PICTURE OF 4-year-old An-
Eat In or Take Out ALL ABOARD!
gela, daughter of Sharon and Dick
I Lichtman at Northgate Delicates-
sen
on 10 Mile Rd. and Greenfield,
I
4286 N. WOODWARD
is featured as you enter . . . An-
Between 13 & 14 Mile Rds.
gela is saying, "We are happy to
576-1588
your coupons Mdnday thru
I accept
Friday. Thank you." . . . Reason
for the sign is a typo error in the
Entertainment '71 book.
WHILE IN VIETNAM for 16
months, the only things Carl Fox
ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT ORGANISTS
cooked or opened were "C" Ra-
Wed. tiro Sot.—No Cover or Minimum
tions . . . The new manager at
Enjoy Our Excellent Cuisine
Java Junction on Woodward, be-
Choice Cocktails
• Luncheon Daily • Complete Dinners
tween 12 and 14 Mile Rds., is a
former eatery - "Jack of all
trades." having, done managing
and short drder• cooking around.
Detroit's Most Intimate Supper Club
New York before 'coming to Michi-
248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
gan two years ago.
I
For Reservations
PRIVATE
TONY MORRIS of Oak Park,
Attendant Parking
868-3611
well known to Detroit audiences
through his work with the Julie.
Adler Dancers, the Young Dancers
Guild of the Jewish Center and
I the Oak Park High School Dance
Club, will join Christopher Flynn,
1/2 Roast Spring Chicken with Dressing I nationally known dancer, teacher
I and director, Tomara Woshakiw-
Mashed Potatoes, Tossed
$1 99 I ska, Judy Shamanski, Debbie Cor-
Salad, Roll and Butter, &
tes and Anna Marie Moylan (Mrs.
Dessert.
Schary), for the Christopher
I Jeb
Open 7 Days
Ballet Concert, Feb. 10, in the
a Week,
I Scottish Rite Cathedral of Masonic
CHILDREN'S
SPECIAL
11 a.m. to f p.m.
Temple. .

2 PCS.SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN $1 05
OUT NORTHWESTERN be-
With French Fries, a Brownie and
I tween 12 and 13 Mile Rds., Mc-
Small Coke.
I
Inerney's is open seven days a
and Catering for I
week until 8 p.m. . . . They still
Sandwich Trays
646-6553
P rivate Affeirs. • specialize in the all-you-can-eat
gat
l'— aa
masa
mtwniiminuminumm
Family Style Chicken . . . but
also do a big job on steaks, chops
and sea foods.
KELLY STEVENS and the. Best
of Everything group is in its sec-
ond week at The Moon Supper
Club in Hazel Park.
RUBE WEISS, co-star in the
coming Center Theater attraction,
and
"The Odd Couple," starting Feb.
13 for a "First time" nine-day run
at the Jewish Center, is one of De-
troit's best commercial announ-
cers . . . probably heard by more
AT THE
people than any other TV or radio
free lance voice personality . . .
But Rube has more than just vocal
ability—he's a terrific entertain-
-
er, too . . . Ask ork leader Hal
In The New
Gordon or comic Soupy Sales,
with whom Rube teamed up years
ago in the hilarious pie throwing
TV shows, "Souoy's On" over
30850.0rehard Lake Rd:
WXYZ-TV, . . . The characteriza-
u.t South of 14 Milo Rd.)
tions by Rube are still remem-
bered . . . In "The Odd Couple,"
Rube plays the role of Oscar, the
sportswriting slob originally creat-
ed by Walter Matthau . . . Try
not to miss "The Odd Couple" .
Rube's talents are certainly worth
your attendance—he's that good!

LARCO'S

I

JAVA JUNCTION

DANNY HOLLEY

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JERUSALEM (JTA)
Mayor
Teddy Kollek denied that town-
planning here was guided by po-
litical considerations, as charged
by Arab governments. The only.
considerations, he told newsmen,
were those of municipal needs and
esthetics.
He denied that his city was
seeking to annex Bethlehem and
Ramallah to create a metropolis
of 900,000 persons, explaining that
the eventual 500,000 population of
Jerusalem and 400,000 population
of the other two cities would re-
main separate entities.
Kollek said that since the Six-
Day War, 3,100 acres-75 per
cent of it belonging to Arabs— ,
bad been requisitioned by Jeru-
salem, but that not a single Arab
family had been expelled and not
a single Arab house requisitioned.
All the land involved, he said,
had been unfit for farming and

would sooner or later bar: been
used for building.
He stressed that the building in
Jerusalem benefited Arabs as well
as Jews and that 600 loans for the
construction or renovation of Arab
homes had been granted by his
administration last year. He added
that 50,000 citizens of enemy Arab
lands had visited Jerusalem last
summer and worshiped freely.

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It is seldom very hard to do
one's duty when one knows what
it is, but it' is often exceedingly
difficult to find this but.—Samuel
Butler.

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"Well written, well acted and extremely
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