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October 17, 1969 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, October 17, 1969

LARCO'S

Floe Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

UAHC Sets Up Branch

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

4.

PREMIERE OF Bobby Rodgers'
new Half Pints musical revue,
"Between the Sheets" at the Bel-
crest Hotel revealed a very clever
evening of blackout comedy enter-
tainment . . It was fast moving
and delightfully entertaining . . .
The quick skits and fast reparte
brought out much talent in the
five members of the cast . . . Un-
limited applause goes to Marilyn
Koploy for her excellent musical
score . . and to Eleanor Abram-
son who wrote the lyrics.
ADD THE PLAYERS Balcony
at the Sheraton Motor Inn to the
growing list of Ben Kasle and
associate Ray Pearce management
properties . . . going along with
Berman's in Flint and Berman's
at the Executive Inn in Warren
. . . Ben's dining delight at Ber-
man's in downtown Detroit has
been outstanding . . Latest word
has it that Al Green's Coach Stop,
Celebrity Room and Cafeteria in
the Fisher building are also on the
Ben Kasle list.
SANDY MOFFETT AT the After-
glow Lounge on W. McNichols Rd.
just west of Woodward, is one of
the finest entertainers in Detroit
today . . . She has an excellent
show biz know-how of poise and
presentation . . . Don't miss Sandy
at the Afterglow—she'S a sure star
on the entertainment horizon.
NEW VIKING LOUNGE has
been opened in the Cadillac Motel
on Congress by Leib Rosenberg
. . . Only continental service.
breakfast and lunches now . .. but
soon Leib will create the prone..
Danish motif intended for the spot
. . . He'll soon also have smorgas-
bord lunches and when the proper
equipment arrives will serve din-
ners too.
EVER MAKE PARMESAN
STICKS? . . . They're delicious
. Take 10 slices of firm white
sticks of melted butter. 1 1-2 cups
freshly grated parmesian cheese
and cayenne to taste . . . Re-

move crusts from bread and cut
each slice into four fingers. Sea-
son the cheese with salt and
cayenne and mix well . . . Roll
breadsticks in the melter butter,
then in the cheese . . . Lay on a
cookie sheet . . . Bake in 225
degree oven until golden brown
(about 1 hour) . .. Cool to room
temperature before serving . . .
VANNELLI'S EAST will soon be
opened on Gratiot and Conner by
Vannelli's owner Jack Pagoto
Roma, whose Woodward spot is
a main artery dining place for
folks around the city . . . After
Vannelli's East, Jack and a local
community-ite will get to work
on the opening of still another
place in the near northwest area.
CLYDE McCOY, one of the most
famous names on the American
music scene, and his orchestra are
at the Cabaret LaBoheme, atop
the Hotel Ponchartrain, for a five-
week engagement that started last
Monday . . . The trumpet-playing
bandleader who first hit it big in
the music world in the" "Roarin'
'20's," is probably most famous
for his record of "Sugar Blues"
which sold over 12 million copies.
JAY ROBERTS (Lefkowitz),
WJR disc jockey, does a very fine
job on the American Airlines
"Music Till Dawn" and has
gathered the bulk of the radio
listening audience during his hours
on the air.
CALLING M A R G E & RUBE
SNIDER . . . Remember back in
1962 when son Lloyd, then six years
old, was being picked up to go to
Hebrew school and a small lad
%vith him insisted that he wouldn't
go to school unless he could take
his dog with him? . . . The boy's
mother refused to listen . . . Then
young Lloyd spoke up, saying that
he couldn't take the dog to He-
brew school . . when the young-
ster asked why not, Lloyd an-
swered in emphatic tones, "Be-
cause he isn't Jewish:"

Semester Study in Israel
Offered U.S. Collegians

NEW YORK—A one-semester, 15-
credit study program for Ameri-
can students at Tel Aviv University
will commence Jan. 27 under the
sponsorship of the University of
Maryland, Tel Aviv University and
the American Zionist Youth Foun-
dation.
While knowledge of Hebrew is
not a prerequisite, all participants
will be required to take a mini-
mum of three academic credits of
Hebrew language study. Additional
courses offered include Jewish his-
tory, Bible study, archaeology,
Israeli politics and socialogy and
the sociology of an Arab village.
Since the program is open to
students from any accredited uni-
versity, the credits accrued will
be transferable toward the stu-
dents elective requirements at his
home university. In addition to
their formal scholastic activities.
opportunities will be provided for
the program's participants to tour
the country, live and work on
kibutzim and go on archaeological
field trips.

CLEVELAND (JTA)—A regional
office of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations is being
formed in Cleveland, and Rabbi N
David S. Ilachen has been named
regional director. Ile said the pur-
pose of the regional office will be
to help Reform congregations in
the regional area, which will in-
clude Detroit.

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Neon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 24455

* BOBBY LAUREL

APPEARING NIGHTLY

AT THE
PARK
SHELTON

* • Complete Lunches 11 a.m. o
4 p.m.
-I.
• "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time 4.
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Show
Time 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

All Credit Cards Honored

Woodward at Kirby

InterhatIonally Famous

French-Italian Cuisine



18632 W.

McNichols

2 Blks. W. of Southfield Xwy

531-8877
-***** *******
***********' 4

9.

EMPRESS
GARDEN

Luncho.,ns • Dinners
Fro.ate Banquet

FacIlitles
For Reservations

875-8920
PARKING IN
BUILDING GARAGE

Specializing in Cantonese Cuisine
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at
11 Mile and Lahser Rd.

Open Mon. through Fri. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m.; Sun. Noon-10:30 p.m.

356-4750

Orders to Take Out

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Home of the
Famous Wheel
Sandwich

egatitp . and NailliQL

Applicants must have completed
at least one year of university
study and are chosen on the basis
of their academic record and a
personal interview.

Delicatessen and Gourmet Foods




See Page 38
for
Movie Guide
Afterglow
and
24K Club

10 Different Salads
Bar-B-Q 8 Chicken

• Domestic & Imported Cheese
• Variety of Sandwiches

Tray Catering & Sandwich Trays

Also Complete Cafeteria Service

OPEN DAILY 11 a.m.-9 p.m.—Closed Sun.

352-4230 !

TEL-12 SHOPPING MALL

REAlAkeRingeoxiviriET ,

PLEASE BEAR

pG

The one and only Clyde MX(?) ,
and his band play your kind
of music for dancing111 the

WITH US
UNTIL OUR REGULAR HOURS
ARE ESTABLISHED

64thetZ41344627, 4,

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Hear the Maestro's rendi
tion of "Sugar Blues."
Enjoy your favorite tunes
in the McCoy manner. Sa-
vor La Boheme's fine
food and drink, high above
the city. There's even
valet parking. Reserva-
tions 965.0200. Your Host
Chuck Muer

%II FOR YOUR OVERWHELMING
RESPONSE TO OUR OPENING !
WE SHALL ALWAYS CONTINUE TO GIVE
THE VERY FINEST IN FOOD AND SERVICE !

So That We May Serve You Better
A Portion of Our Restaurant Still
Remains Unopened.

1

hotel
Pontchartrain

Two Washington Blvd.

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Open Daily From 11:30 a.m. For Lunch Thru
Dinner and After-Theater Snacks

.7h-e

RASCAL HOUSE

NORTHWEST DETROIT'S NEWEST & MOST BEAUTIFUL RESTAURANT

18100 W. 10 MILE RD.

352 - 8440

BANQUET FACILITIES

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