THE JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 10, 1968-43
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Dine in a Serene
CARRY OUT AND CATERING SERVICE
OPEN MOTHER'S DAY
3177 CASS AT PETERBORO, 2 Blks. N. of Masonic Temple
Free Park:no Across Street
• • • • Sauna Steam Bath
• • Swimming Pool
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The Best of Everything
• • •
Enjoy delicious food, from Her-
ring to luscious steaks, prepared
in our own kitchen!
Same Location for 36 Years!
Ample parking on our own well-
8295 Oakland Ave.
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By Danny Raskin
IT WAS JUST about a year ago
that pretty Sheilah Rae Bernstein
graduated from U. of M. . . and
as just Sheila Rae four months
later, she was on the Broadwoy
stage in "Fiddler on the Roof"
. . . -The former songstress with
Dick Stein's orchestra on weekends
while going to U. of M. is currently
starring in John Curry's "Salute
to Broadway" production revue in
invites you to enjoy . . .
Luncheons Daily • Complete Dinners
248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
PUT IT THIS WAY
Oh that Stanley's...
great food and drink,
brought to you by
one of New York's
Statler Hilton Executive • Acrois...from G. M.
Tech.. Center, 29900 Van Dyke* Ave., Warren,
PARKING* BANQUET &MEETING FACILITIES
I the Velvet Cavern at the Moon
Supper Club on N. Chrysler Dr.
(I-75) between 8 and 9 Mile Rds.
in Hazel Park . . . Every one of
the 10 guys 'n gals, nine of whom
are college grads, reek with talent
in the all-new revue so magnifi-
cently staged . . Everything is
new—the curtain, lighting, staging,
and all-around production from
music to singing and dancing . . .
"Salute to Broadway" by the
Moon's resident company is a
polished, vivacious and quick-paced
musical revue that fills a very
fast hour with thorough enjoyment
. . . The Lunar Lounge upstairs
at The Moon has the hottest act in
show biz . . . Milt Trenier, his
swinging quintet, and wonderful
song stylist Micki Lynn.
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NAMES OF CHINESE restau-
rants in Miami . . . Fung Shon On
and Kana Hura.
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What wouldn't I do
to bring you the
best beef in town !
We Honor Diner's and American Express
FOR POLYNESIAN food and
drink, Chin Tiki on Cass between
Columbia and Elizabeth is very
hard to beat anywhere . . . and
the Sunday luau from 4 to 9:30
p.m. is terrific . . . All you can
enjoy just $3.45 — children $1.45
. . . I ate at a place in Miami re-1
cently that is famous for its
Polynesian cuisine, but it sure
takes a back seat to the food serv-
ed by Marvin Chin at the Chin Tiki.
WHEN YOU SAY, "Give me a
beer" in Israel, you're actually
asking for one by name . . . Abir.
* * *
CHUCK MUER'S rapidly-grow-
ing-in-popularity Family Smorgas-
bord at the Cabaret La Boheme
is every Sunday from 3 to 9 p.m.
.. . and includes special fun foods
for the youngsters plus excellent
relaxing dining for mom and dad
. . . Highly recommended!
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YES, THAT WAS Chico Holiday
appearing on Bill Kennedy's Show-
time at CKLW-TV recently . .
Chico is still a stellar attraction at
the very fine Afterglow Lounge on
W. McNichols Rd. just east of
Woodward, where the food, drinks,
service and entertainment make
up a four-fold reason for having
a good time.
p.m. to. 9 p.m
DN. rk, r,ox7n
$ 141 DINATIONAILY
SOMETHING NEW IS HAPPENING
AT THE 24K —There's a superb new Master Chef whose
continental gourmet dishes are a delightfully delicious achievement.
Featurring Detroit's Inimitable Harry Harris with the
Lenny Schick Trio 6 nights a week — Closed Sunday.
And there's more—come on over and see.
Businessmen's Luncheons— Banquet Facilities
Serving from 11 AM to 2 AM
16890 Telegraph (south of McNichols)
PHONE 538-4455 or 538-4456
Music Study Chorus
to Sing for Composer
Eusebia Simpson Hunkins,
American trained composer who
received a fellowship from the
Juilliard Foundation in composi-
tion, and has spent many years in
composition with Rubin Goldmark,
Albert Steessel, Darius Milhaud and
Ernest Von Dohnanyi, will be pres-
ent to hear her works performed
by the music study chorus under
the direction of Don Frohman, 8:30
p.m Thursday at the Zionist Cul-
ture Center auditorium.
Other composers represented on
the program are Page, Lewandow-
ski, Matthews, Nathanson, Mas-
cagni, Nardi, Held, Enders and
At the piano will be Rose Stein.
COCKTAILS and LIQUORS
CASINO & MOTOR HOTEL • DOUGALL RD., WINDSOR • WO 5-6876
CHECKING and PARKING WITHOUT CHARGE
FR tIDAY ONLY-4 P.M. TO 6 P.M.
Reg. $1 .35
15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
1360 SO. WOODWARD
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WHILE AT WOLFIE'S, ex-De-
troiters Hy and Martha Silverman,
now living in Miami Surfside,
told of grandson Bradford Rothen-
berg, son of Allan and Georgina
Rothenberg, also former localites,
being asked by Georgina how
much he loved her . . . Brad
thought a moment and then said,
"Mommy, I love you as much as
God loves his mother!"
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DON'T FORGET . . . SUNDAY
IS MOTHER'S DAY.
Take her to glamorous La Boheme, atop the
Hotel Pontchartrain. The bill of fare is a culi-
nary feost: Detroit's most sumptuous buffet
will be further enriched for the occosion. And
she'll Enjoy the city's finest view. Phone now
for reservations at La Boheme (or La Mediter-
ranee). Call 965-0200, for a happy Mother's
P.S. Our special children's buffet and ou r
speciot interest in the kids will make Mother's I
Day even happier.
Your Host, Chuck Muer t
Two Washington rouievard
for reservations, Phone 965-0200