30—Friday, September 10, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Daily (Closed Tues.)
• • • Dinner
D REELS I T C A t i lE RS ASN E T N
19733 W. 7 Mile (11/2 blks. E. of Evergreen)
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Now through Sept. 18
CHARLES "CHUCK" CHUDLER
of Mohawk Liquer, becomes 65 on
Oct. 1 . . . and is Michigan's oldest
employe in point of service with
the same beverage company . . .
Chuck, whose calling cards have
`Holiday Greetings" on them all
year long, has been with Mohawk
since repeal in 1933.
SEEING SIGNS . . . Bumper
sticker on an Ira Kaufman Funeral
Home limousine obviously put
there by a prankster . . . "Bring
'em Back Alive."
CASE OF THE MISSING Sand-
wich . .. at Charter House Barber
Shop in Southfield remains un-
solved, although the culprit is said
to be known . .. Manicurist Yetta
Melton put a juicy roast beef sand-
wich into the shop refrigerator .. .
and the "whodunits" are between
Al "Fingers" Nettle and Pete
Slick" DiMaggio . . . Roy Calley
and Ron Eddy plead innocent —
they weren't there when the culprit
made his move in the refrig . . .
Sleuth Yetta will get her man—
but not the sandwich.
And His Big Band
Now in Lunar Lounge
Music — Comedy — Impressions
Sept. 24-Oct. 2
Call For Reservations
22010 Chrysler Dr., Hazel Park
BEA BEA BENSON
"Adult Songs and Comedy"
Music for Dancing by the
LENNIE SCHICK QUARTET
Dancing and 2 Shows Mon. Thru Fri. 3 Shows Sat. NO COVER CHARGE
BUSINESSMEN'S AND BUSINESSWOMEN'S LUNCHES SERVED DAILY FROM 11 A.M. TO 4 P.M.
241 .,_ KARAT CLUB
1 6890 TELEGRAPH, Just South of 6 Mile
For Reservations: 5 3 8-445 5
RIDE THE RAd.S TO YESTERYEARS
TRY OUR FAMOUS
of the Sirloin—U.S.D.A. Choice
Order Rare, Medium or Well
Steak & Eggs
THIS YEAR, Maurice Levin of
Studio City, Calif., contacted a few
members of the former Detroit
Manis,:n Athletic Club who had not
seen or met each other for upward
of 45 years . . . Monthly meetings
are now held at members' homes,
with Maurice as president ... Three
new members were recently added
to the roster which formerly was
nine . . . Ben Gerson, Robert Nor-
man and Dr. Leon Katzin . . . The
next meeting and social of the
former Madison Athletic Club of
Detroit is set for Oct. 3 at the home
of Morris Klanman in Desert Hot
Springs . . . Former members may
contact Levin, 984-0365; Phil Good-
man, 378-8190; or Erwin Gould,
$3.75 VALUE NOW ONLY
Served on a sizzling platter with garlic
bread 8 choice of baked potato or
$ 2 35
4286 N. WOODWARD
Set. 13 & 14 Mile Rds.
JOE CORNELL the dance-
master, still has his Yiddish pro-
nunciations a bit mixed up .
Thought he was on a Jewish island
during his recent vacation . . . just
because its name was Kenora
1532S W. $ MILL RD.
lest East of rieeshell
it 14'T Mile AI.
• 10001 TELEGRAPH
Hal Plyesvtli h.
Situation of Polish Jewry
Believed to He Improved
LONDON (JTA)—A "change for
the better" in the situation of Jews
in Poland was reported from re-
liable Jewish sources.
They pointed out that it has come
too late to be of any value since
the vast majority of Jews left
Poland in the aftermath of the
anti-Semitic purges of 1968-69.
According to the sources, the
improved situation is manifested
by the absence of anti-Jewish arti-
cles and news items in the press
and other media and by a less
hostile attitude by officials toward
individual Jews, such as pension-
ers, workers in cooperatives and
The sources stated that this is
a change of attitude, not a change
of heart, on the part of the ma-
jority of Poland's ruling circles.
Of the many Jews fired from
their positions — in the govern-
ment, the Communist Party, the
communications industry and
other fields at the height of the
Gomulka regime's anti-Semitic
campaign two years ago — few
remain in Poland. But of those
few, none have been reinstated.
They said that among the re-
maining Jews there is a residue of
bitterness and a feeling that they
are witnessing the final liquidation
of a 1,000-year chapter of Jewish
It is obvious, the sources said,
that within one generation there
will be no Jews left in Poland ex-
cept a few individuals. They relate
the lessening of hostility toward
Jews by Polish authorities to an
endeavor to follow the Soviet line
which, at present, seems to be
seeking contacts with Israel.
Observers here see some signifi-
cance in the appointment of Artur
Starewicz as the new Polish am-
bassador to Britain. Starewicz is
of Jewish origin. Up to a few
months ago, he was not in line for
any important appointment.
International Film Flavor
ish-theme "Don Carlos," has been
adapted by a German into a
Western, and the filming is taking
place in—where else?—Israel.
"He Didn't Shoot His Father—
That Was His Mistake" is being
shot in Eilat, with Hans Geisen-
dorfer as director and Geraldine
Chaplin in a lead role as a Spanish
The original play was laid in the
16th century Spanish court. In the
film, the characters confront each
other in a Spanish village, in
saloon and church, at the end of
the 19th century. The production,
with social-revolutionary over-
tones, is geared toward both Ger-
man TV and movie theaters.
DO•N TOW '
Wed. Matinee. Doors Open 1:45
2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
Held Over 3rd Week
Held Over 4th Week
"BILLY JACK" (GP)
"SOUL TO SOUL"
"VALDEZ IS COMING"
Also Joan Crawford in
Music festival in 4 track stereo phonic
sound PLUS The Three Stooges in
Starts Wed., Sept. 15th
Ann Margaret in "Criminal Affair"
ward 2 blks. S. 15 Mi.
BLOOMFIELD W' MI.
Held Over 2nd Week
A Rob. Wise Production
Every WEDNESDAY Ladies' Day
Late Show FRIDAY and SATURDAY
For Schedule Information
Call WO 1-7917
,N ERG H BOR HOOD
Mi. 8' Greenfield Rd.
AMERICANA 9 444-8676
Steve McQueen in
"THE AN'DROMEDA STRAIN" (G)
Mon. thru Fri. at 7:00 & 9:30
Wed. Sat. & Sun. at 2:05, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30
No one will be seated during last 10
WED. MATINEE—Adults admission $1
at Miller Road
CANIELOT W. Warren 5 81-5
"SUMMER OF '42" (R)
Starts Sent. 15th
A Cinerama Production
Wed. matinee 1:00 only, $1 until 5:00.
Wk. nights eves. 6:25, 10:00; Sat. and
Sun 2:20, 6:10, 10:00.
Every Wed. Matinees 1-5, $1
Wed. Matinee 2:40 only. Week nights
Eves 8:15 only. Sat. and Sun. 4:10, 8:00.
Wed. $1 until 5:00
"WAIT UNTIL DARK"
On Plymouth Rd., Ve 5-0630
3 blks. W. of Greenfield
All color adult entertainment
"FREEDOM TO LOVE" (X)
WHILE WATCHING the Detroit
days 7:20, 10:10; Sat. and Sun.
Tigers and Chicago White Sox on Wk.
4:15, 7:05, 10:00.
TV r e c e n t 1 y, Ruth Kamin re-
Practices in Sweden (X)
marked to Hubby Phil, "How do "Sexual
Wk. days 9:00 only Sat. 6:00 and 8:45;
you know they aren't just showing Sun. 3:00, 6:00, 8.45.
the same ball game over again Metro Entertainment Coupons Accepted
HUNDREDS OF CITY of Hope BERKLEY 12 Mile-Coolidge, LI 2-0330
5th and Final Week
Cancer Fighters volunteers will be
Woody Allen Comedy
out pounding the pavements again
O for three days, Sept. 12, 13 and 14
. . . with canisters in hand to raise WK. NIGHTS Open : '0, shown 7:20
10:15. SAT. 7:35 & 10:30
money for this great organization's SUN. Open 2:30, shown 3:05
constant fight against cancer and Plus George Segal, Ruth Gordon in
Ea other catastrophic diseases.
"WHERE'S POPPA?" (R)
MAIM, ROYAL OAK
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275
• WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAHS
• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
MON. THRU SAT.
FROM 11:30 A.M.
AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT
NEW CENTER AREA
• STEAKS • SEA FOODS
FINE PRIME RIB
, excepfionattganquet ....
• WEDDINGS • LUNCHEONS • PARTIES • DINNERS
Open Daily 11 A.M. Till 1 A.M. — Closed Sunday
eau TR 1-1665 ' .,
6521 JOHN R.
• WE HONOR
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
FRE9 LIGHTED PARKING
k I i-
"THE ANDERSON TAPES"
Fine Die;ing and Cocktails
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)
4-3533 and at Maple
"I NEVER SANG FOR
SAT. & SUN. SPEC. CHILDREN'S
Matinee. All seats 75 cents. Open 12:30.
at Farmington Rd.
"THE ANDROMEDA. STRAIN"
FRI. 5:30, 7:45, 10:00 SAT., SUN. 12:30,
7:05, 9:30. WED. MATINEE 1:10. WED.
TUES. and THUR. 2:50, 5:10, 7:40, 10:00.
EVE 7:05, 9:30. Wed. Mat. $1 until 5:00.
Royal Oak, Mich.
Summer of '42 Hit of '71
Jennifer O'Neill & Gary Grimes in
ADVERTISING CLIENTS of WK. NIGHTS, 8:45 only, SAT. 6:10, 9:00,
4:25, 7:20, 10:10. Sat. spec. chil-
WXYZ take note . . . When your SUN.
dren's matinee open 1:00 starts 1:20,
"SUMMER OF '42" (R)
salesman invites you to lunch, ask over at 4:30. "The Haunted Palace & Also Anthony
Quinn & Ann Margret in
him, why not right next door to The Young Americans.
Broadcast House itself in the cafe-
If you do not want to bear the Special children's matinee, Sat. only.
teria for some of Millie's chili .. . light burden of education, you will Doors open 12 noon, all seats 75c.
King Kong & Godzilla, also The Lost
Gal behind the counter, Millie ignorance.—Moses Ibn Ezra.
World of Sinbad.
Andrasko, really knows how to
make the yum yum dish with full
RESTAURANT & COCKTAILS
bodied flavor and fresh ground
The master of
Italian dishes .
and attractive place, comfortable
NEW SIGN PUT up last week
by Iry Steinberg of Fabulous Star
Bakery in New Orleans Mall on
eon , _ (I and 10, "Occupancy of
this phone booth by more than 153
students is strictly prohibited" . .
has one catch . . . Irv's got the
phones, but no booth!
waitresses stand ready to serve you.
- 466' 111611011PKInis
New, Modern Private
Capacity 150 People
OPEN SUNDAY AND
HOLIDAYS 1.9 P.M.
Call VE 9-6144
11341 E. 7 MILE RD.
Bet. Hoover-Outer Dr.