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June 04, 1965 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-04

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THE JEWISH NEWS,,o

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 4, 1965-31

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* Charade

7

TE 4-5111

IN THE INTEREST OF ACQUAINTING
DETROIT AND ITS NEIGHBORING SUB-
URBS WITH THE MAGIC-LIKE BEAUTY
OF THE MOST SPACIOUS ENTERTAIN-
MENT AND FOOD CENTER OF OUR ERA
OUTSIDE OF LAS VEGAS . . .

OPEN
7
DAYS

OFFERS MONDAY THRU' THURSDAY
SPECIAL PACKAGE PRICE TO INCLUDE

• COMPLETE 16--OZ. N. Y. SIRLOIN STEAK
DINNER
• THE CITY'S FINEST SHOWS, DIRECT
FROM SHOWPLACES OF THE NATION
- S TWO COCKTAILS OF YOUR CHOICE
• ALL TAXES AND TIPS
51
w per person

LUNCHEON
11 a.m.-3 p.m •

COCKTAIL
HOUR
3-6 p.m.

050

LAST WEEK!

The Wonderful Song Stylings of

JUNE CHRISTIE

and Comic

"SLAPPY" WHITE

Henry Yee's

FORBIDDEN CITY

An enchanting at'mos'phere and taste adventure you won't forget.

TE 1-0775

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste



Free Parking

NEWEST NITERY sensation on
the Detroit scene is the beautiful
Charade Supper Club on Liver-
nois . . . It's like Las Vegas came
to the Motor City without gam-
bling . . . Finest entertainers in
show biz today are listed to ap-
pear at the Charade . . . Last
week it was Chris Conners and
Redd Fox . . . Starting today for
two weeks are June Christie and
comic "Slappy" White . . . then
comes Nina Simone and The Alle-
gros . . . After that is Grand
Opening time with the great Cab
Calloway and glamorous Dorothy
Donegan . . . Others following
will be The Treniers, Carmen Mc-
Crae, The Four Freshmen, Joe
Williams, Count Basie, Billy Eck-
stine, Godfrey Cambridge, Duke
Ellington, etc. . . . Its been many
years since Detroit has had such
an array of talent lined up . . •
Three million people make up
this town of ours and mighty
proud we should be to have anup-
per club like Charade come into
our midst . . .
IN THE DETERMINATION to

Exotic Cocktails

One of America's Finest Restaurants
Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine

3148 Second Blvd. at Seville Hotel

1 Blk. N. of Masonic Temple

Simply
Delicious
Food

bring to Detroit the Charade Sup-
per Club • . . or the "Guessing
Game" all of Detroit is talking
about, Dorothy Morgan started
looking around for the most ideal
location . . . One day, a phone call
from an old friend started the
ball rolling . • "The Dyna Inn
was for sale, in the heart of De-
troit, located on one of the most
productive streets in our City, 15
minutes by expressway from all
points of the 'Big D' and suburbs."
. . . Wonderful!
. . . With twenty years of ex-
perience behind her in food and
beverage management, plus a
desire to prove that all people
love people, and the fighting and
bickering in the world might be
eliminated if there was a "beauti-
ful proving ground" to include
fine food and cocktails, Dorothy
went about building her castle in
the air right here on earth . . .
An absolute "must," of course,
was the nation's tops in enter-
tainment.
AL WHITNER, -one of Detroit's
fine designers, threw his hat in
the ring • .. so did Henry King,
the artist . . . and when an en-
gineer was necessary to solve the
structural problems, Dorothy
called in Young Engineering to
put on the finishing touches . . .
The final result is actually a
dream come true for Dorothy
Morgan . . .
THE FOOD IS delicious, the
drinks very good and the service
excellent . . . Nothing is left
wanting at the Charade Supper
Club . • . easily one of the na-
tion's finest!

UNCLE ABE'S TAVERN

SELF-SERVE RESTAURANT
AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
• Lunches • Dinner • Cocktails
Our Specialty Roast Round of Beef
Piano Entertainment
59 Seward (Just W. of WOodward)
871-2644

Magnifice nt

Mencotti's

7113 PURITAN

2 Blocks West of Livernols

862-2882 For Res.

Ample Parking

HARRIET AND JACK
GOLDBERG

present

STVE

Delicatessen & Restaurant

Where Fine Foods and Service
Co-Star With a Glittering
Supporting Cast of
Sandwiches and
After-Theater Snacks

13821 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park
LI 1-2888

Dinner at DARBY'S

is a real treat

• Visit Our

The emphasis is on food at Greenfield's
fresh, tender, melt-in-your-mouth, good food.
But, these satisfying, appetizing meals didn't just happen. Greenfield's
Restaurants have been catering to discriminating diners for 49 years.
That is why Greenfield's expert buyers search for the very finest the
market offers. In fact, Greenfield's meat buyers go right into the
wholesale houses to select the most tender, best quality meats pos-
sible. After selection they are stamped with Greenfield's own indelible
stamp so nothing but the finest is delivered to our kitchens.
You'll find all your favorite dishes at Greenfield's ... and a lot of
new ones, too. Greenfield's daily specials are always popular and real
budget boosters as well.
If you're in the mood for SIMPLY DELICIOUS
FOOD, try

1130 Gr1sWold Street, Detroit

2951 Woodward Ave., Detroit

925 S. Hunter Blvd., Birmingham

Greenfield Rd., across from
Northland

BUSIMILL, Pa. (JTA) — The
American Trade Union Conference
for Histadrut concluded its third
annual meeting attended by some
250 leaders representing American
labor groups.
During the three days of de-
liberations thiS week, the speakers
emphasized the various aspects of
social and educational achieve-
ments in Israel which could serve
as examples to American labor.
James Farmer, national director
of the Congress of Racial Equality,
urged the establishment of indus-
trial as well as agricultural co-
operatives in the Southern states,
modeled after Histadrut enter-
prises.

Ben Zion Ilan, special emissary
of Histadrut, said that the car-
dinal task of Histadrut during the

coming decade is to "translate the
membership of the new immigrants
into social and cultural terms and
to infuse the principles of pioneer-
ing into the younger generation."

M•S

New

SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail

Lounge and Bar

• AFTER
THEATRE
Snacks . . .
Delight
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

Histadrut Parley Attended
by U.S. Labor Leaders

at

RESTAURANT

Banquet Facilities

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455

By Danny Raskin

SUPPER CLUB

14355 LIVERNOIS

LARCO'S

a little bit of everything

The New

Res. UN 2 7642

SEVEN MILE at WYOMING

1120-

adith 21-

9'

Cocktail Lounge
and Restaurant

NOW OPEN
SUNDAY
FOR DINNER
2 P.M. TO 10 P.M.

HOUSE
SPECIALTY
IRISH COFFEE
ORIGINAL SHANNON
IRELAND AIRPORT
RECIP.E

Serving the
Finest Steak
in Town
Open for
Lunch and
Dinner
'til 2 a.m.

15509 LIVERNOIS

at Lodge Expressway
For Res. Call UN 3-9515

CHOP HOUSE & COCKTAIL BAR

25234 GREENFICLD
In the Green - 10 Center (10 Mite Rd.)

■ 00"%.0",%0NOW FEATURING MON. THRU FRI. ONLY

1 LB. N.Y. STRIP SIRLOIN STEAK

COMPLETE DINNER

$375

Kitchen Now Operated by JACK FREEMAN
• Sea Foods • Piano Bar HOT AND COLD For
• Steaks and Chops
BUFFET TRAYS Res.

LI 6-1224

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