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May 30, 1980 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-30

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30 Friday, May 30, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UNITED STATES GYMNASTIC
FEDERATION PRESENTS ...

AMF NATIONAL MIXED PAIRS
* * * CHAMPIONSHIPS * * *

Starring

KURT THOMAS • BART CONNER

MARCIA FREDERICK & TRACEE TALAVERA

THURSDAY,JUNE 5

7:30-COBO ARENA

TICKETS ON SALE NOW at COBO ARENA, AU CTC
Locations, Metro HUDSON'S, RANDOLPH TRAVEL
(Birmingham) and KAY BAUM (Grosse Pointe). Prices
are $10., $9. & $7. — ALL SEATS RESERVED, $1.00
Discount will be given to groups of 25 or more.

MASTERCHARGE & VISA - CALL 964-6016

FOR INFO CALL 962-1800

r

T

he Best of Everything)

(Continued from Page 29)
over a cocktail. Joseph Wohl
entertained on the piano.
An October, 1942
Playgoer beckoned
theater-goers to give a
dinner party at the Clam
Shop on E. Grand
Boulevard _to put
everyone in a receptive
mood for a play at the
Cass. The Clam Shop
promised good clam
chowder and seafoods at
their best. And that was
evidenced by Cadillacs
and old clunkers alike
driving up to the restau-
rant.
The atmosphere left
much to be desired, but the
seafood was among the
greatest. Wonder why the
Clam Shop didn't make it
when it moved into the
former, exotic Mauna Loa
Restaurant which didn't
make it either despite its
elegant decor?
A new show was starting
at the Club Three 666's
downtown. The show, was
called The West Indian
Dippy-Dip Review" starring
the Calypso Kids.
Summer's, at the sign of
the windmill on Lafayette
and Shelby, was advertising
a daily supper of roast
young turkey, dressing,
cranberry sauce, potatoes,
roll and butter for 34 cents.
The restaurant was even
air-conditioned.

A BAR MITZVAH OR BAS MITZVAH
You WILL BE PROUD OF

Latin music was the
craze and the Book
Casino's Copacabana
Revue was pleasing
patrons with the Samba
Sirens, Afro-Cuban and
Brazilian songs and folk
dances.
A 1940s Theatergoer
from the Shubert Lafayette
Theater advertized three
Brass Rails at Twenty West
Adams, Michigan at Gris-
wold and 6545 Woodward.
They boasted the longest
bars in Michigan with qual-
ity food, the finest liquors
and entertainment.
The Penobscot Club at the
Fort Street entrance of the
Penobscot Bldg. downtown
was billed as the gay, new
restaurant in the sky with
superb food and music by
Don King. Robert Lace Was
the host.
After the theater, the
play bill ad said, the stage is
at Sammy Sofferin's Won-
der Bar, on Washington
Boulevard at State, famous
coast-to-coast.
I wonder what hap-
pened to those good old
seafood places where you
could stuff yourself with
shore dinners from the
sea plus fried chicken
and corn on the cob?
Many of us have fond
memories of Hedge's Wig-
wam on Woodward, the
Gold Cup Room in the Whit-
tier Hotel, Club Royale
where you could gamble,
the elegant Latin Quarter.

OVIE
-M
GUIDE

13ERKLEY THEATRE-

- 2990
— - W.
, 12 Mile Rd.
LI2-0330
Berkley_

All Seats$1.00

at all times
Weekdays incl. Sat.

Today he is a man. Today she is a
woman. That "today" is one that should
be special in every respect. That's why
Stouffer's° takes pride in making sure that
your Bar Mitzvah or Bas Mitzvah is
catered with special care. That the food
is just as you want it. That the service is
something special. That our surroundings,
rooftop-high, are exactly right. Bring your
special occasion to Stouffer's, catering
experts for large gatherings or small.
21000 Northwestern Highway. 569-4700.
You'll be proud
you did.

Winner of 4 Academy Awards
"ALL THAT JAZZ" (R)
Weekdays & Sat. 7:20 & 9:30
Sun. 2:15, 4:40, 7 & 9:25

BLOOMFIELD
THEATRE

Downtown Birmingham

646-0154
All Seats $1.50

DOUBLE FEATURE

Winner of 2 Oscars
BOB FOSSE'S MASTERPIECE
"ALL THAT JAZZ" (R)
Fri.-Sun. 5:00, 9:30
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 only

PLUS
A great Broadway
Show on Film
"HAIR" (PG)
Fri. 7:15 only
Sat.-Sun. 2:45 & 7:15
Mon.-Thurs. 9:30 only

STARTS FRIDAY
"APOCALYPSE NOW" (R)

WASHINGTON THEATER

426 S. Washington, R.O.

541-0082
All Seats $1.25
at all times

Dustin Hoffman &sMeryl Streep
"KRAMER vs KRAMER" (PG)
Mon.-Fri. 7:20 & 9:30
Sat. & Sun, 5:10, 7:20 & 9:30

Israel uses a full 93 per-
cent of its water potential,
consuming 56 billion cubic
feet a year; 82 percent of

that is used by agriculture,
15 percent goes for urban
and domestic use and the
balance is used for industry.

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