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December 17, 1965 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-17

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, December 17, 1965

Take Your Family Out to Dinner

ALBERT'S

a little bit of everything

DINING ROOM

Fine Food for Fine People
Lunches • Dinners

By Danny Raskin

RING IN THE
NE

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ACT IV

Restaurant & Supper Club

2990 W. Grand Blvd.
(opp. Fisher Theater

873-4600

Comic Gene Baylos
Dancing to Eddie Webb Orchestra
■ NINE11111111•

ALI BABA

Cocktail Lounge

50 Manchester, Highland Park

866-4333

Dining & Entertainment

COVEYOU'S

LOFY'S

Arbor Lil

42390 Ann Arbor Rd., nr. Lilly Rd.,
Plymouth

GL 3-6400

Dining & Dancing

POMPEI LOUNGE

14417 Michigan, Dearborn

LU 4-3222

Comic Danny Daniels —
Complete Floor Show & Dancing

Poolside Lounge

22010 Stephenson Hwy.
(Between 8 & 9 Mile Rds.)

543-1001

Dining and Dancing

JAAKS LOUNGE

PYRROS'

Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge

16890 Telegraph

538-4455

Dining & Dancing

25234 Greenfield & 10 Mile Rd.,
Royal Oak

546-1224

Fine Food, Entertainment

KENWOOD LOUNGE

Corner Telegraph & Fenkell

SAKSEY'S LOUNGE

18952 Woodward

TO 9-9313

Gourmet Food — Entertainment

"TURK" PRUJANSKY h a s
taken over as _manager at Max's
Porterhouse, formerly Club Ala-
mo, on Livernois, and has the
place jumping again . . . "Turk"
was one-time night life mayor of
Detroit and after New York, Hol-
lywood, etc., is back in the old
home town to live again . . . He
has directed three long-playing al-
bums, "The Legend of Jimmy Du-
rante", "A Legend Named Al Jol-
son", and "George Jessel Presents
This Is My Show Business" . . .
The first two are narrated by Wal-
ter Winchell and the third by
Jessel . . . At present, "Turk" is
personal manager of Al Jolson Jr.
. . . and will soon be master of the
great Saints and Sinners organiza-
tion coming to Detroit . . . More
about this fabulous group later.
FOR A FINE desert dry Mar-
tini, use Sake in the same manner
as Vermouth . . . Sake may also be
used in place of Vermouth when
making a delicious Old Fashioned.
C :5 *
THE FLAGPOLE nitery on Liv-
ernois has finally been sold and
will soon reopen again.
OUR GUIDE of places to go
New Years eve, is called "RING
IN THE NEW YEAR HERE" .. .
See listing on this page . . . and
make your plans accordingly.
• DOROTHY MORGAN is back

273-9878

15127 W. 7 Mile Rd.

Your Hostess: Sally Klein

again at the reopened Charade on
Livernois . . . which is good news
since Dorothy made a host of
friends while at Detroit's newest
nitery ... It was closed for a short
while, but opened in full . . . and
with Dorothy back at the helm
there should be swinging days
ahead for this very beautiful and
popular nite spot.
* * *
IN A SMALL Montana town,
some hunters were having a couple
of beers in a local bar after a suc-
cessful antelope-hunting trip . . .
All the hunters were dressed in
red as required by law . . . A lady
tourist from the East stopped in to
make a phone call . . . After com-
pleting the call, she asked why all
the men were dressed in red .. .
"That's a state law, ma'm," the
bartender replied . . . "Well, I
think that's a splendid law, the
woman exclaimed. "Drunks every-
where should be made to red.

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

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

Magnificen t

Mencoffi's

7113 PURITAN

2 Blocks West of Lh'ernois
862-2882 For Res.

Ample Parking

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Dinner at DARBY'S

is a real treat

• Visit Our New

SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar

Preschool childr en suffering
from birth defects spend an esti-
mated 6 million days in hospitals
each year, at a cost exceeding
$180,000,000. This amount does not
include the millions of dollars
spent on home care, special educa-
tion; surgery, and appliances such
as braces, crutches, and wheel
chairs. Join the March of Dimes
and battle birth defects.

• Arl.mi
THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
Delight
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

Res. UN 2 7642

-

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

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KE 7-7377

Dancing to Sandy Mason Trio

Hugh Gedrich's

Livonia PENTHOUSE

31735 Plymouth Rd., Livonia

GA 7-3380

Dancing to Ramon C,erda Orchestra

Sammy Sofferin's

HEY! LOOK
WHO'S BACK!

WONDER BAR
& STEAK HOUSE

1221 Washington Blvd.

WO 1-9242

Dancing to Eduardo Roy

Mr. Detroit Himself!





TURK
PRUJANSKY

Jjgett
`are

The heroic deeds of our pioneering airmen
in these AGED aircraft were RARE indeed.
The culinary achievements of the chef at
Aged & Rare are less spectacular but just
as great—try them. —you'll see.
J.C,101)01 X7WAY AT MILWAUKEE-1N THE HARLAN HOUSE 873.6100

Now Managing

MAX'S PORTERHOUSE

(Formerly Club Alamo)

20450 LIVERNOIS (JUST S. OF 8)

864-4580

You the INVITED to have your next Banquet—at

THE PARK SHELTON
HOTEL

Excellent Food — Location — Facilities

Featuring
The Fabulous

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AL JOLSON JR. W---GbrAm

Service by a Veteran Staff!

Plan your Holiday Parties NOW,
while desirable dates are open !

THE PARK SHELTON
HOTEL

Woodward at East Kirby

TRinity 5-9500 — Catering Office

COMPLETE FULL COURSE DINNER
• BIG FLOOR SHOW
• DANCING TO LOU TULLY & BAND
• NOISEMAKERS AND FAVORS

THIS IS TURKS FAMOUS NEW YEARS EVE PARTY!

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Person

including tax

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