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October 29, 1965 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-29

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 29, 1965-39

Brandeis to Launch Theater Season in Spingold Theater

WALTHAM, Mass . . . The pre.iveiw performance of Ben Jonson's
miere season of Braideis Univer- "Volpone."
Distinguished Shakespearean ac-
sity's new Spingold Theater Arts
tor
Morris Carnovsky will play the
Center will be launched Dec. 1,
title role in the comedy which will
at a black-tie and champagne pre- open to the public on Dec. 2.

COMPLETE

Chicken

CARRY-OUT DINNERS

Fish

The

Broaster House

Complete Corry Out Dinners • Free Deliver,

18401 West 7 Mile Rd.

Shrimp

Ribs

Frog Legs

Bar-B-Q

Phone 537-7880

NOW APPEARING

La Plata Lafin-American Rhythm

Brilliant recording stars who play popular numbers as well as the C,ha-
Cha, Rumba, Huracha and Mambo.

Appearing Nightly For Your Dancing and Listening Pleasure

IT'S ROCKING with a LATIN BEAT! DETROIT'S GREATEST
ENTERTAINMENT THRILL!

Internationally famous • .. played clubs like: Basin Street, Pladium,
Grossinger's Deauville, Desert Inn, also the United Nations

SAMMY SOFFERIN'S

WONDER BAR & STEAK HOUSE

DINING & DANCING AT ITS FINEST

Between Statler and Sheraton Hotels
Detroit's Finest Supper Club
1221 Washington Blvd.
LUNCHEON—Dinner—Late Snacks

RESERVATIONS WO 1-9242

LARCO'S

a little bit of everything

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

By Danny Raskin

LATEST "FIND" of former De-
troiter Turk Prujanski, Al Jolson
Jr., is now at Max's Porterhouse,
formerly Club Alamo on Liver-
nois . . . and its nice to see that
his friends of many many years
here haven't let him down . . .
They've been coming out to hear
Al Jolson Jr. and be with Turk,
who years back was night life
mayor of Detroit, nitery impres-
sario (remember Club Trocadero
among others?), promoter and em-
cee included with his many other
facets of show business before,
leaving for California . . . Turk
also turns out long-playing albums,
with original tapes of Al Jolson,
Jimmy Durante and George Jessel,
that make them collector's items ...
His 1.p. with Jessel, is a show biz
revue from the 1900s on to today,
with the voices of greats presented
while Jessel narrates . . . Jolson
Jr. never sang a note in his life
until Turk took him in hand and
worked night and day to teach
him stage poise and presentation
. . . When the Arizona court order
decreed that Irving Harry Brown
could change his name to Al Jol-
son Jr., by virtue of the affidavits
presented, Turk took over and has
done a masterful job against what
others would call great odds . . .
Detroit is the first city Al Jolson
Jr. has appeared in . . . "because
it's my home town," says Turk.
THE LA PLATA musical group

now appearing at Sammy Soffer-
in's Wonder Bar is among the bet-
ter aggregations to appear in De-
troit . . . They feature Latin-Ameri-
can rhythms, but are highly versa-
tile in pops and even the Frug and
Watusi.
A TRULY OUTSTANDING Ital-
ian dinner was our fare last week
at Villa Venice on Woodward . . .
After delicious antipasto, salad and
minestrone soup, we were treated
to Palmina Cardinale, wide noo-
dles in tomato sauce, a combina-
tion plate and the garlic bread,
absolutely out of this world . . .
For dessert, the cannoli at Villa
Venice is unbeatable, so that's
what we had to round out a real
Italian meal that many folks will
enjoy knowing about.
DANNY'S IS THE new name of
former Joey's Restaurant & Deli-
catessen on Greenfield and 10 Mile
Rd. . . . He's owner George Fink's
and wife Gert's 16-year-old son .. .
Danny's a fine lad and the delly
now bearing his name will prob-
ably go all out to give even more
than the same good food.

2951 Woodward Ave., Detroit

21110 Greenfield Rd., across from
Northland

2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.

Ample Parkin

Dinner at DARBY'S

is a real treat

--e Visit Our

New
SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar

• A.1{.I..E,R
THEATRE
Snacks . . .

Delight
LUNCHEON

a

A Pleasure

Res. UN 2-7642

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

DELICATESSEN - RESTURANT

(formerly Joey's)

OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
SAT. to 2 a.m. — CLOSED TUESDAY

And ... Of Course
The Same Finest Tray
Catering in Michigan

25290 GREENFIELD
Just North of 10 Mile

LI 7-4533

or--- - 10

El

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OPEN FOR BREAKFAST DAILY
AT 6 A.M.

UNCLE JOHN'S

PANCAKE HOUSE

Don't take our word for it. If you haven't dined at
Greenfield's recently, do so soon . . . you'll be glad you did!

725 S. Hunter Blvd., Birmingham

Mencotfi's

7113 PURITAN

THE SAME
GEORGE FINK

Actually, Detroit's food-loving folks return again and
again. They know that Greenfield's happy combination of
fresh, delicious food, reasonable prices and warm, friendly at-
mosphere add up to satisfying meals always! Just a few of
the many reasons why you'll enjoy the wonderful goodness of
Greenfield's foods to the very last morsel!

1130 Griswold Street, Detroit

_

SAME MANAGEMENT
SAME GOOD SERVICE
SAME GOOD FOOD

The truth of that old adage "The proof of the pudding is
in the eating" is proven by the 31/2 million meals served this
year at Greenfield's . . . more meals than there are people in
Metropolitan Detroit!

RESTAURANTS

Magnificent

DANNY'S

EVERYONE EATS AT
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Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2.6455

15325 W. 8 MILE RD.

(Just East of Greenfield)

15.1

COME JOIN US FOR LUNCH,
DINNER OR AFTER-THEATRE
SPECIALTIES

• STEAKS • SALADS
• SHAKES • SANDWICHES

342-8855

49er SPECIAL

Buttermilk Pancakes You

Can Eat!

49€

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Other Detroit and Suburban

1360 S. Woodward

at 141/2 Mile Rd.
Birmingham

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Every Wednesday All the

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Telegraph

near Plymouth

644-27275

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Locations

538-0440

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