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November 28, 1969 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-28

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Ballet Will Perform in OP Holiday Concert

The Oak Park Symphony Orches_ Chopin, "Emperor's Waltz" by
tra, under the baton of Jerome Strauss and the fiery "Polovitzian
Rosen, will present its annual Dance" by Borodin, choreographed
"Holiday Concert" featuring the
by Miss Floyd especially for this
Contemporary Civic Ballet Com-
pany 3 p.m. Sunday at Oak Park concert.
high School.
Tickets may be purchased at the
Rosen will conduct the orchestra Rose Marie Floyd School of Dance
in Fingals Cave by Mendelssohn in Royal Oak, Harrison N'iolins :n
and three pieces from the Damna- Berkley, Mumford Music Shop in
38—Friday, November 28, 1969
tion of Faust: the Dance of the Oak Park, and the Oak Park Li-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Sprites, Dance of the Sylphs, and brary and Community Center.
Hungarian March.
By
Danny
Raskin
Perhaps they were right in put-
Rose Marie Floyd, director and
ting love into books Perhaps it
CHALK UP ANOTHER big plus just east of Lahser serves pizza choreographer of the Contempor- LA Set Record Goal
could not live anywhere else.
for Tigra Pizzeria Restaurant oir how folks want it. . . In other ary Civic Ballet, will present her
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — The
—William Faulkner W. S Mile Rd. . . . This time its words, ask for yours thin or thick
company in three ballets: Les Syl- Jewish Federation-Council has ap-
their delicious Veal Scallopini, one and you'll get it . . . round or phides. danced to the music of proved goals of $10,000,000 for the
of the most taste tingling dishes square, too.
Jewish Welfare Fund regular cam-
we've savored anywhere . . . This
MORRIS FEISENFELD passes
paign and $11,000,000 for the Israel
Fine Italian - American Cuisine
•ith the Tigra pizza, spa- 'on t hi s c „„ versa ti" h e over h ear d Town Hall Presents
Emergency Fund for 1970. The
Deliciously Prepared for the
ghetti and Veal Parmigiana make b e t ween a wa itr ess a nd a customer
Discerning Taste
campaigns are conducted simul-
Gerald
Goodman
Dec.
3
it one of the finest authentic Italian at a local eatery.... The customer
• BANQUET FACILITIES
A man and a bar make strange i taneously and will be led by Ed-
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
pseem, but Get- wardSanders, 1970 UJWF general
neighborhood eating spots in the %vas explaining that the milk he
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2 55
Northwest . .
Tigra, on 8 Mile. had been served was sour and a bedfellows it might
chairman
.
.
. aid Goodman shatters such mis-
waitress was denying it. .
01.4**************
***************************ti " Why, - said the eu , tern•r.
conceptions whenever he appears.
* home when we get regular Jersey Goodman will be the Town Hall
* milk, and it looks like this, we performer in the Fisher Theater,
. Said the wai- Dec. 3.
• know its sour.".
-Ic
TO SEE AND HEAR THE FABULOUS
* tress with finality. "I don't care if
The romance of the wandering
* you're from New ,Jersey or New troubadours affects Goodman's life ,
* York! In Detroit this milk isn't as well as his career. The only
* -lc sour!"
man who sings and accompanies
SHOWTIME
OPENING MONDAY
it RUTH STATEN. who many folks himself on a concert harp, he is
9 P.M. - 2 A.M.
4. will remember for her private always in quest of ancient legends
* catering in the Northwest area. is and ballads which. he adapts to his
* • Complete Lunches 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
a
-lc with Leib Rosenberg again at the own musical settings, preserving
AT THE
• Cocktail Hour 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Viking Smorgasbord in the Cadil- the strange and virile spirit of the
PARK
lac Motel on Congress (off the ex- Middle Aages. In his desire to bring
18332 W. McNichols 531-8877
SHELTON
pressway.) . . Ruth is an excel- the harp before many audiences,
Woodward at Kirby
lent cook, originally from New he has traveled widely in the U.S.
Internationally Famous
Orleans, who started with Leih and Canada, as soloist with vari-
French-Italian Cuisine
when he had the Great Dane and ous instrumental ensembles and
• Luncheons • Dinners
taught American cooking to his out- by himself. The song "The Wind
• Private Banquet
standing European chefs. . . . She Was My Mother," for which he
Facilities
later
went
with
Leih
to
his
Lafay-
wrote
both
words
and
music,
ex-
Guitarist - Singer
PARKING IN
ette Orleans eatery and to every- presses the feelings that motivated
BUILDING GARAGE
LATEST DISCOVERY IN THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD
body's happiness is back with him him during those years, and it has
For Reservations
and the
at the Viking. . . The two work become a standard in his reper-
875-8920
• Luncheon Daily • Attendant Parking • Complete Dinners
great together because Ruth's New toire. Goodman will be the Town
Orleans background blends in with
that of Leib's since Danish cooking
Specializing in Cantonese Cuisine
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at
is actually of French origin. . . .
11 Mile and Lahser Rd.
The French cuisine artistry by
Open Mon. through Frt. 11 a.m..10:30 p.m.
868-3611
248 W. McNICHOLS (Just W. of Woodward)
great master chef Escoffier is fol-
Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m.; Sun. Noon-10:30 p.m.
356-4750
Orders
To
Take
Out
lowed by Danish chefs all over
Europe . .
SANDY MOFFETT, wonderful L
Home of the
songstress whose captivating style
Famous Wheel
and personality has won the hearts
Sandwich
of many staunch followers, will
open a two-week engagement at
the Top Hat in Windsor, Dec. 22 to
DOWNTOWN DETROIT'S ONLY SCANDANAVIAN SMORGASBORD
Jan. 3.
ENJOY GRACIOUS CONTINENTAL DINING
HAVE YOU HAD French toast
yet at the new Rascal House on W.
LU MOH ES • DI MN EiRS
10 Mile Rd. in Southfield? ... It's
CLOSED SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS
Delicatessen and Gourmet Foods
made with egg- halls and fluffed
YOUR HOST
• 10 Different Salads
• Domestic & Imported Cheese
Cadillac House
up to a deliciousness beyond words
- tit Bar-B-Q & Chicken
• Variety of Sandwiches
LEIB
963-2390
Florida has something similar
Motel
ROSENBERG
to the Rascal House French toast,
Tray Catering & Sandwich Trays
520 W. Congress
but
not
as
good.
.
.
.
Try
this
Also Complete Cafeteria Service
choice delicacy—its a real stand-
OPEN DAILY 11 a.m.-9 p.m.—Closed Sun.
out! . . . The breakfast crowd
TEL-12 SHOPPING MALL
352-4230
starting the day off right at the
Rascal House is finding the un-
Where to Go, Before or
usual—no canned or bottled orange
juice—freshly squeezed . . .
After the Show
DINING—
THE BRACELET Irene Cassels
bought in Italy and thought she
DANCING—
lost at the Rascal House recently
ENTERTAINMENT—
has been found . . . by herself in
AT THE 24K CLUB
her car. -
The perfect blend for a perfect evening. The
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW
music is soft and scintillating, the dancing is
night . . . that's all there is as the
delightful, the food — well, we are mighty proud of
song goes, to see the great Bobby
it — come in, see why.
Laurel and trio at the Apartment
Lounge on W. McNichols just west
of Southfield . so get out there
and give Bobby a big well-deserved
farewell . . . Coming in to The
Apartment is the Vince Mance
Trio.
HARRIS VS. HARRIS ... that's
the bit at the 24 Karat Club .
Jack Harris, singing star of WJR
Radio, is paired with 78-year-old
Harry Harris, a regular at the
club whose songs of yesteryears
are easy earfuls. . They're not
When you feel like a "little bite of some-
related.
thing" after the show, you're sure to find
• SITE OF THE new Trader Vic
Polynesian restaurant opening the
it on our menu of taste-tempting delights.
Featuring Detroit's Inimitable Harry Harris with the
first week in December at Hotel
Lenny Schick Trio 6 Nights a Week. Closed Sunday.
Everything from a snack to an elegant
Detroit-Hilton is the old Cafe
Serving from 11 AM to 2 AM
supper, served in an atmosphere of elegance.
Rouge . . . It's part of the hotel's
18890 Telegraph (south of McNichols)
S3,500,000 renovation and expan-
T ues., Wed. &
538 - 4455
638 - 4456
sion . . . Tom Yee. who will man-
Thursday .. 7 a.m. to 12 Midnight
age Detroit's new spot. was Trader
Fr iday .
..... 7 a.m. to
2 a.m.
So turday
Vic's manager in Chicago's Palmer
9 o.m. to
2 a.m.
Su nday .
House.
o.m. to 12 Midnight arig

The Best of Everythi ng

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a Snack or
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Our Superb
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rt.

It is better to deserve without
receiving,•than to receive without
deserving
—R. G. Ingersoll

18100

W. 10 Mile Rd.
352-8440

raSCAL
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