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February 12, 1971 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-12

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Theater Parties Announced for `Odd Couple' at Jewish Center

With the curtain ready to roll
up on "The Odd Couple" this
weekend at the Jewish Center; a
number of theater parties have
been reported by Center Theater.
Performances are scheduled for
Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday and Thursday. Closing
dates are Feb. 20, 21, 23 and 25.
Showtime is 8:30 p.m. except

Sundays, when the play starts at
7:30.
Groups that are sponsoring
theater parties this week will in-
clude Channel 56, Livonia Group
of Hadassah, Shapiro Post of the
Jewish War Veterans, Bnai David
Mr. and Mrs. Club, Montefiore
Lodge, Knights of Pythias Detroit
Lodge, Beth Abraham and Beth El

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sisterhoods and Dewey School.
The following week, theater par-
ties are planned by Achiezer, Beth
Shalom and Beth Israel sister-
hoods, Criterion Club, Channel 56,
Downtown Synagogue, Hello
Newcomers, Philip Handler and
Einstein chapters of Bnai Brith,
JWV Auxiliary 530, Livonia Con-
gregation Sisterhood and the Sep-

hardic Community of Detroit.
For tickets and information, call
the Jewish Center ticket office,
DI 1-4200.

Eating
In eating, a third of the stomach
should be filled with food, a third
with drink, and the rest left emp-
ty.—Talmud.



CHOP
HOUSE

COCKER BAR-B-11)

RIBS • CHICKEN • SHRIMP

Delivered "HOT" — UN 4-7700
20050 Mends, Jest Sea* of Mile

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER 2 A.M.

-11•11111EIMIMIZIESIIII

McINERNEY'S

OPEN 7 DAYS
A WEEK
TILL 8 P.M.

Restaurant

FAMILY STYLE CHICKEN

FREE VALET

World famous steaks Cr
chops for over 50 years.

NIGHT PARKING

CARL'S

CHOP HOUSE

3148 Second Blvd. yE 1-0775
at Seville Hotel
Free
1 Blk. N. of
Masonic Temple Parking

One of America's fin-
estrestaurants featur-
ing superior cantonese
cuisine.

OUR BEAUTIFUL TEMPLE ROOM IS
DELIGHTFUL FOR SWEET SIXTEENS,
SHOWERS AND PRIVATE PARTIES.



Specializing in
Cantonese Food

Open Daily 11 a.m. to 11 p.m,— Sat. 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Fro. Parking
Carry-Out Service
LI 74663
13715 W. 9 MILE ROAD, OAK PARK

ROW KM INN, INC.

963-8484

Open 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p,m.

Free Parking

Open 11 a.m. to
2 a.m. Daily

Famous Chop Suey • Cantonese Food • Steaks • Chops • Sea Food
EASY PARKING
CARRY OUT SERVICE
TO 111-75511
322 W. McNichols, Between Woodward and Second

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In The Crestwood Motel
16221 W. I Mile Rd. — BR 24100
In The Crestwood Motel
• Draft Beer • Cocktails • Famous Sandtciches
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
TRAY CATERING A SPECIALTY
Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon. ans Fri. Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Sundays

LITTLE RICHARD'S

MON. THRU SUN.,
6 ont. 'hi 9 p.m.
Sat. 'til 1 oat. Closed Tuesdays

NORTHGATE

Breakfast • Lunch • Sandwiches
Dinner • After Theater
COMPLETE CARRY OUT
TRAYS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT

GREENFIELD, N. of 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park
(Greenfield Center)
399-3999

Cold Cuts, Dairy, Hot Meals, etc.

EMBERS

Specializing In COLD CUTS &
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
TRAYS.

7-5

RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN

17244 W. SEVEN MILE RD.

(S Wks. E. of Southfield)

patacz

CANTONESE end AMERICAN RESTAURANT—LOUNGE
NORTHLAND-CENTER LOT 0

SUNDAY from 1:00 p.m. to 10:00 pin.: Monday-ThUradaY 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Luncheon, Family Dinners, Parties, After-Theater Snacks, Cocktails
Call 356 - 5293
and Carry Outs

.tCLOPEN 7 DAYS
KE 8-2860
"'

Chinese-American Cuisine

20441 W..- 8 MILE RD., 4 elks. W. of Evergreen

WING

HONG Serving Weight Watcher Dinners
Cantonese Apulia Dinner*
Orders To Take Out
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEIX
Mon. thru Fri. 11-104. p.m.
gar.
104
amsem mmegm.se pap_
Chleese - Anserk•n Resteurent

18383 W. 18 NUM Rd. at Soolitfield

3134417

CHINA

24515

Woe

I LUNCH BUSINESSMEN'S svecur.1

EzcIt t of gr
CITY Reed, West

Twelve Mao

ew FIELDend
Fl

talogreph Reed

OPEN
T•ieFING2
st•ior
354-9077
• Deily 11 AM. ts Midnight -
for caft....ft
credit cords
• Fri.Sat. 11 te 2
• rtmernetons
-
e fem. Neon le WM P.M
(fadIstios available for prtvate parties.
sweet slittoses. showers, isfsetlaga, ete.)

■ ora. St. Pontiac Pb... 641-1122

= TAKE - THE FAMILY
OUT FOR DINNER

273-4130

per person

Open Mon. then Sat. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

ALIAN FOODS

ALVARO'S

Itemourent-C•kten Lounge

1824 W. 14 Mlle R4.
(W. of Creeks Rd.)

549-2420

Italian &
American Cuisine

17S Seating Restaurant
4 Spacious Private Dining
Rooms for Showers. Lunch-
eons, Banquets, etc.
Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
For Lunch, Dinner and After-
Theater Cocktails and Snacks.

PARADISO CAFE Op

llearinq dry rile; :marls

COCKTAIL BAR



_ 17632 WOODWAXD North

Fine American and Italian Food

- CLOSED SUNDAYS

of 6

TO 9-3988

Mile

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CLAM SHOP

TR 4-2870

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

Eull course Chinese & Americo" Luncheons di Dinners

Also Gift Gay (*I) IWO W.

TE 3417911

Private Banquet Rooms fer wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Feeds for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged In our cellars.

DELI-RESTAURANT

Exotic Cocktails

HOA KOW INN

Bet. Grand River A Clifford

31129 GRAND RIVER

CHINESE FOODS

FORBIDDEN CI

1431 TIMES SQUARE

Drive downtown to Berman's,
enjoy IL fine dinner — take in
a show and don't worry about
your car. Our parking lot hours
6 p.m. till closing.

(ALL YOU CAN EAT)
29501 Northwestern
• COMPLETE HOME CATERING •
(Bet. 12 & 13 Mile Rd.)
Also Steaks, Ribs, Gaps & Sea Feed
EL 6-9222

Henry Yee's

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 12, 1971-45

OPEN 24 HOURS

THE PIPERS

FINE FOODS

1946• W. MILE RD.
BM. S•wittfl•al A nviogroon

382-7466

I

WE NEVER

CLOSE!

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH
• AFTER THEATER
Centplete Carry OM Service
Wait Our Other

LOCIIIMMIS

122116 S. Teiempitimos
Ter

UWE Joy

YEARS- AGO, Ira Green panto-
mimes of Al Jolson's "Sonny Boy'
and "Mammy" was a favorite re
quest of the late Mickey Woolf and
others . . . Since Mickey's tragic
death, Ira has been ill and not
done the songs for some time
. . . He lives in Florida and saved
all last year to be with his mother,
Selma Green, in Detroit on her
recent birthday . . . Ira is seeing
a doctor for himself, but doesn't
think he'll ever get over Mickey
. . . But now 21-year-old Ira is
singing "Sonny Boy" again . . .
this time to his young son Jay
Brian_ ,
BASKING IN THE hot Florida
sun and beautiful climate with
hubby Newtie, Selma Freedman
just doesn't know what she's miss-
ing by being away from her weekly
mah jongg game . While Lois
Howard, Arlene Sallen and Ruth
Shpargel were playing recently at
Ida Sher's borne, her son Larry's
pet monkey decided to join them
in a game . . . Havoc reigned as
the monkey pranced from table
to chandelier and the gals fran-
tically sat in the living room until
he returned to his cage . . . As
the women finally calmed down to
their maj game, one of them sighed
and remarked, "Selma come home
—you just don't know what you've
been missing!"
MONEY RAISED AT Art Show
by Abilities Unlimited, Feb. 21 at
Cong. Bnai Moshe in Oak Park,
will go to Dr. Jonas Salk in his
research on a cure for multiple
sclerosis . .. Auction is at 8 p.m.
and a champagne preview from
6:30 p.m. . . . Donation is $1 to
this very worthy cause.
IT'S BEEN DECIDED . . . May
25 .. . mark it down .. for the
big Sammy Woolf Testimonial
Dinner-Dance.
Al,TER 18 YEARS as assistant
catering manager at the Sheraton-
Cadillac,Clare Miller now is in the
same capacity at the Detroit-
Hilton.
STATE REP. JOE FORBES, a
staunch Democrat, tells of a local
election held in Mississippi, where
officials tabulating the ballots were
astounded to discover a Republican
vote . . . There being no precedent
for this phenomenon the sheriff
decided, "Lets hold it till we get a
full count" . . . Then, wonder of
wonders, another Republican vote
turned up . . . "That settles it,, '
roared the sheriff. "The low down
varmint voted twice, •so .we won't
count either of them."
CLEVER RASKIN Family Club
invite comes to "Attend the Pre-
mier of 'An Evening With The
Family' . . . February director
Elmer and Hilda Raskin, Feb. 21."
NED LACHMAN, 14-year-old son
of Shirley and Iry Lachman. is a
member of the Livonia Flyers in
the Livonia Hockey League play-
offs . . . He plays right wing on
the Flyers . . . in the eight grade
and already thinking of those
bonus scholarships,'
IN A SMALL MONTANA town,
some hunters were having a cou-
ple of beers in II local bar after a
successful antelope-hunting trip ...
All the hunters were dressed in
red as required by law ... A lady
tourist from the East stopped in to
make a phone call ... After com-
pleting the call, she asked why all
the men were dressed in red . . .

.

"That's a state law, ma'am," the
bartender replied . . . "W111, I
think that's a splendid law, the
woman exclaimed. "Drunks every-
where should be made to wear
red!"

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