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
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 Corry Out Dinners • Free Deliver,
18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
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
Internationally famous • .. played clubs like: Basin Street, Pladium,
Grossinger's Deauville, Desert Inn, also the United Nations
WONDER BAR & STEAK HOUSE
DINING & DANCING AT ITS FINEST
Between Statler and Sheraton Hotels
Detroit's Finest Supper Club
1221 Washington Blvd.
RESERVATIONS WO 1-9242
a little bit of everything
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
• 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
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
2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.
Dinner at DARBY'S
is a real treat
--e Visit Our
Lounge and Bar
Snacks . . .
Res. UN 2-7642
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
DELICATESSEN - RESTURANT
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
Just North of 10 Mile
or--- - 10
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST DAILY
AT 6 A.M.
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
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 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
EVERYONE EATS AT
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2.6455
15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
(Just East of Greenfield)
COME JOIN US FOR LUNCH,
DINNER OR AFTER-THEATRE
• STEAKS • SALADS
• SHAKES • SANDWICHES
Buttermilk Pancakes You
Other Detroit and Suburban
1360 S. Woodward
at 141/2 Mile Rd.
Every Wednesday All the
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