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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, June 28, 1968
Knickerbockers Retain Holzman
By JESS SILVER
(Copyright 1968, JT.1 Inc.)
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
• BANQUET FACILITIES
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2-6455
The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
TRIPLE. BROTHER ACT
reason for very successful opera-
tion at Larco's on W. McNichols
. . Nick Larco does all the meat
cutting and buying, Mike takes
care of the bar and Pete is chef
in charge of the excellently pre-
pared food . . . Mike and Nick
also double as hosts, too . . 13
years ago, when Larco's first
opened, seating was for only 125
. . . Just three years later it was
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NEW REVUE SUPPER CLUB
Dinner at DARBY'S
Loung and Bar
is a real treat
• Visit Our New
JACK HARRIS SHOW
in the Lunar Lounge
New Cast! New Music!
"Salute to BrOadway"
in the Velvet Cavern
Snacks . . .
Res. UN 2-7642
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING I
• Stellar Entertainment
• Delicious Food and Drink
• Charming Moonmaids
• Reservations. Phone 548-5700
FOLLOW THIS MOON-CHART TO
22010 N. Chrysler
Service Drive in Hazel Park.
IF YOU ENJOY
YOU'LL LOVE THE
Ezio De Felicis, Your Host
OPEN FOR LUNCHEON & DINNER
KING SIZE COCKTAILS
Toni Orlando — Ezio De Felicis
EIGHT MILE RD.
6683 GRATIOT AVENUE
Only 15 Minutes from Downtown
For Reservations 923-1774
remodeled for 600 . . . and then
again three. years ago into three,
levels • . The popular restaurant-
inn is a big accolade to the fine
brother combination of Nick, Mike
and Pete Larco.
at Juan-Les-Pins and at Montfleury
in France, then reached the semis
at Cannes, and the finals at Beau-
lieu . . . Victoria Burton is also
in the south of France as a mem-
ber of the British junior tennis
Harold Solomon, Silver Springs,
Md., won the boys 16 title at the
Easter Bowl junior tennis tourna-
ment in New York City. He de-
feated the two top rated players
for the crown. A winter in Florida
has helped Harold's tennis. He at-
tends school in Fort Lauderdale.
Red Holzman will be back as
coach of the New York Knicker-
bockers next season. A former
scout for New York. Holzman is
believed to have signed a contract
which will pay him the highest
salary ever given a Knick coach.
The estimates run from $30,000 to
$35,000, but according to Red,
nothing would have induced him to
sign if Selma, his wife, hadn't
okayed the deal.
Holzman guided the Knicks to
third place in the NBA's eastern
The Jewish pavilion at the world
division and a spot in the playoffs. art exhibition that opened in Ven-
Red had a 28-16 regular season ice June 22 is dedicated to the
r e c o r d. "He was a reluctant paintings of MORDECHAI AR-
dragon when he stepped into the DON, an Israeli artist who has
breach last season," said Knick alsO exhibited his_ works in the
president Ned Irish, "and we are United States.
all pleased that we were able to
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persuade him to continue."
Seagram's Edgar Bronfman has
BREAKFAST CLUB 1,7"
donated a trophy which will sym- I
bolize World Rankings in tennis. I
NOTE OUR NEW HOURS
The trophy is a 100-pound cast
bronze structured sculpture which I
will be on display at the Newport „ MON. to THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m. ,
FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m.-1 a.m.
Casino in Rhode Island. Replicas "
of the trophy will be awarded I
Space Available for Small
every year to the first ten men 1
and women players in the world.
Marilyn Ashner of New York,
ranked No. 2 in the East, is on her •
Restaurant - Delicatessen
initial tennis tour of Europe. She !
21174 Greenfield LI 3-0535
recorded victories in her first two
Green-8 Shopping Center
singles competitions. Marilyn won I
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DID YOU KNOW that Marty
Horowitz, owner of 1VIarty's Deli-
catessen in the Green-8 Shopping
Center was a magician hypnotist
and clown? . . . He doesn't tell
folks • about his extra talents, but
many know of them . . . His magic
and clown bits are well noted,
especially among youngsters in
hospitals where Marty has enter-
tained . . . and he is high on the
list as a leading exponent of
JACK HARRIS, songster and re-
cording star, with his own show
every morning over WJR, opens in
the Lunar Lounge of the Moon 1
Specializing in Cantonese Cuisine
Revue Sapper Club June 24 thru
Open Mon. thru Fri. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
July 6 . . . Jack came to Detroit
Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m.; Sun. Noon-10:30 p.m
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at
back in 1956 and his daily radio
11 Mile and Lahser Rd.
show makes for good easy listen-
Orders To Take Out
ing . . Downstairs in the Velvet
Cavern at The Moon, John Curry's
"Salute To Broadway" musical
revue still doing a great job
. . . Entertainment-wise, The Moon
Dine in a Serene
on N. Chrysler Dr. in Hazel Park,
is a • miniature Las Vegas . . . The
service _is great, too .. and don't
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forget, if you should be unhappy
about anything - at the nitery, don't
CARRY OUT AND CATERING SERVICE
grin and bear it, let John Curry
Open Seven Days a Week . . . Mon. thru Thurs., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Fri. &
Sat., 11 a.m. to 3 a.M.; Sun. & Holidays, 12 Noon to 2 a.m.
3177 CASS AT PETERBORO, 2 Blks. N. of Masonic Temple
UNCLE JOHN'S Pancake House
Free Parking Across Street
now enters the field - of gourmet
eating They are one of the few
places in Detroit that has the fa-
mous . French Dip Sandwich . . .
Its made with thin slices of roast
beef and in the center of the
plate • is a deep .dish of natural
gravy in which to dip the sand-
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
wich as desired . . . This is a great
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favorite with epicureans . . . and
the French Dip Sandwich at Uncle
John's ranks with the best!
YOU'LL SEE A familiar face at 1,-
Italian Alpine Village on Gratiot
COME TO CHICO'S FAREWELL
near Forest . . . He's Ezio De-
PARTY BOTH NIGHTS!
Felicis, well-known Detroit vocal-
ist who is the new host . . . To-
gether with accordianist Tony
Orlando, they make up an easy
listening strolling team playing
request numbers from table to 71P-
table Wednesdays thru Saturdays.
BORIS GREISDORF, bossman at
McNichols Rd., has
new word in presenting
the Ronnie Philip's Orchet, rather
than combo . . with Ronnie at
the piano, whatever the group is
called, its a fine trio of musicians E
and opens at Menjo's on July 9.
But Somehow They Get to Try .. .
LAST TWO DAYS
BEFORE LEAVING HOLIDAY
FOR LAS VEGAS ! I:
Dance high above the city
at the Top of The Pontchar-
train in Detroit's finest fun
spots. Swinging music. Su-
perb drinks. Delicious food.
And a breathtaking view.
Danceable rythms by Lloyd
Lin droth. Hospitality by
Phone for Reservations
W ASHINGTON BOULEVARD
` lIRY.Otilt4S PHONE 965 ∎
DAVE BURG, bossman at Gold-
en Griddle on Woodward, is going
great guns with his new delicates-
sen counter . . . He's even making
sandwich combinations not on
a menu anywhere . . .and they're
good! . . . Also. Golden Griddle is
EVERY TUES. and THURS. 6 to 10 P.M.
serving a fruit cocktail from
. . nearest taste to fresh
Also Famous for
fruit outside of the real thing . .
PRIME ROAST BEEF - STEAKS - CHOPS - SEA FOOD
In fact, it really is . . . just put in
a can and shipped here.
Excellent Facilities for Parties and Banquets
Up to 500 Guests
* *• *
THIS IS THE LAST two days
to see Chico Holiday at the After-
GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA PLAYS MUSIC NIGHTLY
glow Lounge on W. McNichols
FROM 5:30 P.M. AND FOR DANCING AFTER 10 P.M.
Rd., just west of Woodward, be-
fore he goes to Las Vegas to open
Woodward Ave. at 11 1/2 Mile Road
Jtily .3 at the Riviera Hotel with
Shecky -Greene .. ..Don't miss his
farewell parties at the Afterglow! ii
Bountiful Buffet Dinners