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June 17, 1977 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Best of Everything

THE AREA'S NEWEST & MOST UNIQUE
RESTAURANT
Serving GREAT FOOD AND COCKTAILS
AT MODERATE PRICES
OPEN MON.-SAT. FOR
• LUNCHES • DINNERS • AFTER THEATER
SNACKS & SANDWICHES
MON.-THURS., 11:30 a.m. til 11 p.m.

FRI. & SAT. TIL 12 Mid.
COCKTAILS TIL 2 a.m.

Your Hosts: JACK & GARY COCHRAN
4108 W. MAPLE RD.,
626-4767
1 BLK. WEST OF TELEGRAPH

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is better than any other
I've seen him do and his
voice is still strong and
deep. He hasn't lost a thing
over the years and has not
put on a single inch.
His current show is a per-
fect blend of the best of the
contemporary material
mixed in with his old hits.
It's well-balanced, fast-
moving and professionally
executed. _
COMEDIAN FREDDIE
ROMAN, who opens for
Tom Jones quite frequently,
is one of the funniest come-
dians working the Strip. He
had the audience hysterical
before Jones ever stepped
on the stage and it was defi-
■ nitely
a good feeling to
st laugh that much. From the
ft Alan King school of humor,
does topical bits that we
■ he
can all relate to.


■ ENTERTAINING? ... LET US DO IT FOR YOU! :

PAUL AND NANCY

Slavens of Toronto were in
Vegas the same weekend
Heaping Tray of Luscious Hot Ribs — Chicken —
we were and the handsome
• Shrimp
real estate exec swears
• French Fries or Potato Salad — Cole Slaw — Relishes
that the Don Rickles show
■ — Rolls
at the Sahara is one of the

Hot Hors d' Oeuvres Also Available
■ best in town. He's right.
Rickles has with him
■ EVERYTHING COMPLETE ... PLATES — FORKS — NAPKINS ■
Dick
Jensen, a popular Ha-

■ waiian
performer who
■ 26076 GREENFIELD RD. IN LINCOLN CENTER ■ , never fails to get a rousing

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ill•II•mssesees••
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CALL 968.1100



RID CIDARS

Center Reduces
Price of Tennis

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MONDAY THRU SATURDAY NIGHTS

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12 OZ. BROILED
NEW YORK STEAK

$5 95

Served On A Sizzling Platter

OR

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$
Both Complete Dinners Inc.
French Onion Soup or Juice, Salad, Hot
Garlic Bread, Potato or Vegetable, Fresh i
Baked Loaf of Bread.

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JOSE R1OJAS, Song Stylings,_ Mon. thru Sat.

23055TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

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SERVING A
COMPLETE MENU
INCLUDING FAVORITE
SPECIALS FOR

BREAKFAST, LUNCH
OR DINNER

BROILED FRESH
WHITEFISH Or
LAKE TROUT

Salad, Rolls
& Butter

FRI. & SAT., 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

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Central High 50th
Reunion Planned

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$ 275

• STEAKS • CHOPS • SANDWICHES • SEAFOOD
• CHILDREN'S MENU • GREEK SPECIALTIES
• BAR-B-Q RIBS • BAR-B-(1 CHICKEN • ETC.
- MON.-THURS., 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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22740 WOODWARD at 9 Mile .,.,
Ferndale • PARKING IN REAR • 544-793 3
ONE OF MICHIGAN'S OLDEST RESTAURANTS
"We Say Good Food And We Mean It!"

OPEN 7 DAYS

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The 50th reunion of the
Central High School gradu-
ating class of June 1927 will
take place 5 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Great Lakes
Club, 2411 W. Eight Mile,
near Woodward Ave.
For information, call Mil-
ton Marwil, TE 2-3078, or
Manuel Hartman, 833-6900.

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HOME COOKING • BANQUET FACILITIES

COCKTAILS — BEER — WINE

The Jewish Community
Center has reduced the
price of tennis court- time
and eliminated separate
membership fees for its
tennis club in order to se-
cure more permanent court
time committments for the
coming season.
Hugn Greenberg, Center
president, in a letter to all
Center members, said that
unless more permanent
court time reservations are
made by Center members
the Center will discontinue
the tennis program and
take down the tennis
bubble.
Center members were re-
quested to reserve per-
manent court times as
quickly as possible so that
a decision could be made
on continuing the tennis pro-
gram.
For information, call the
tennis club at the Center,
661-1000.

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Isle Royale National
Park, which is located in
Lake Superior, shelters one
of the largest moose herds
remaining in the United
States.

super dancer and has a
great personality. His mate-
rial is carefully-picked and
well-presented.
As for "Mr. Warmth,"
he's a scream. There is no
ethnic group that he over-
looks with his barbs and
people tip lavishly to sit
close enough to be a target.
I met him for the first
time after the show and it's
amazing how different he is
offstage. A sweet, soft-spo-
ken man — he really is a
pussycat. No wonder he's
one of the most beloved
men in show business. He's
a total gentleman.
ONE OF THE MOST pop-
ular hotels on the Strip is
now the Aladdin. Their
Aladdin Theatre For the
Performing Arts is an in-
door Pine Knob (built by
the same people). The
7,500-seat facility is present-
ing a star-studded summer
line-up that includes Peter
Frampton, Kris Kristoffer-
son, Rufus, Joan Baez, Leo
Sayer and Leon and Mary
Russell.
WHILE EXPLORING the
massive hotel we ran into
former heavyweight Joe
Lewis, who was at the Alad-
din for a special testimonial
later that evening for for-
mer heavyweights. Mu-
hammed Ali was due in
later that day. John Wayne
was the guest M.C.

Friday, June 17, 1977 29

Terrorists Sign Humanity Pact

GENEVA (JTA)—Israel
has refused to sign the final

convention of the Confer-
ence on Humanitarian Law.
The Israeli delegate said
his country could not be a
signatory to a document
that was also signed by the
Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation.
The conference granted
the PLO the right to sign
over vigorous protests by Is-
rael. It was the first inter-
national agreement that the
PLO was allowed to sign.

Having An Affair?

SEE US AT
OLD TIME DELI

The signatory governments
have one year to ratify the
convention but it was clear
that many countries, includ-
ing Israel, will refuse.

Reza
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HOURS
11 a.m. TO 1 a.m., SUN. THRU THURS.
11 a.m. TO 4 a.m., FRI. & SAT.

Out-of-town visitors?
The Sheraton-Southfield Hotel
offers low weekend rates
at a real showplace!

$24 per room, per night, single
or double occupancy. This low
weekend rate brings your visi-
tors the most luxurious hotel
room in Southfield. And this spe-
cial rate applies for Friday and/
or Saturday night, and can be
extended to Sunday night, too.
Guest rooms at the Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel are handsome,
modern and beautifully appoint-
ed, including rich wood paneling
and color TV. There's "Yester-
days," our famous entertain-
ment and dancing spot, plus a

delightful restaurant and coffee
shop. For outdoor enthusiasts,
there's swimming and tennis,
too.
Next time you've got people
Coming for the weekend, offer
them a great location, conven-
ience and a bargain. Advance
reservations, please, so call
Sheraton's showplace in South-
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