Friday, January 9, 1970-37
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Enjoy the New
19640 W. 10 MILE RD.
The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
THE MYSTERY IS SOLVED ...
and the big question has been an-
swered as to what that big red
bus is doing on the Rascal House's
parking lot . . . It's an authentic
English 56-seat "Midland Red"
double-decker from the streets of
London . . . now being used to
transport groups to and from their
affairs at the Rascal Ilouse . . .
and for renting out at $12 an hour
including a driver on the right
Starting Mon., Jan. 18
Woodward at Kirby
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
• BANQUET FACILITIES
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd.
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VINCE MANCE TRI
NOW APPEARING NIGHTLY AT DETROIT'S
MOST INTIMATE & EXCITING LOUNGE
• • Complete Lunches 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
* • "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
* • Show Time 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
* • All Credit Cards Honored
16322 W. McNICHOLS
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2 Blocks West of Southfield X-way
Noilis and Nailvet
Home of the
Delicatessen and Gourmet Foods
MON., TUES. & WED. SPECIAL
IN OUR CAFETERIA
YOUR CHOICE OF ROAST BEEF or FRIED CHICKEN
With Potatoes & Cole Slaw or Tossed Salad, Roll
& Butter, Dessert (Pie, Pudding or Je
Open Daily 11 a.m.-9 p.m. — Closed Sun.
TEL-12 SHOPPING MALL
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Over 30 Delicious Items to
Choose From . . . Includ-
ing Chicken Liver Saute',
Blintzes, Assorted Break-
fast Pastries From Our Own
$295 per person
Children Under 10
Eggs a Onions,
Bottomless Coffee, etc.
FROM 15 to 150
PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE
• Bar Mitzvahs
(Just W. of Smithfield)
Tues., Wed. and
7 a.m. to 12 Midnight
7 a.m. to 2 a.m.
9 a.m. to 2 a .m.
10 a.m. to 12 Midnight
1 8 100 W. 10 Mile Rd.
hand side . . . It's already booked
for opening day at Tiger Stadium.
THE BEAUTIFUL REMODEL-
ED Duffy's on Union Lake is no
more . . . at least for some time
yet . . . and popular Bobby Lau-
rel's engagement has been cut
short . . . The trio was playing a
set around 2 a.m. in the gala New
Year's festivity when people were
gotten out in orderly fashion . . .
Bobby had been whispered to that
the place was on fire and his soft
continuation of play did much to
avert any panic . . . Nobody was
hurt . . . Beautiful Duffy's went
up in flames and took with it one
of the very few things that could
never be replaced — Bobby's own
piano . .. It had been brought out
to the new Duffy's from his home
and was the one on which was
composed most of his beautiful
I'LL GET IT RIGHT YET . . .
and this time for sure! . . . Abso-
lutely correct number of Gordon's
Kitchen on 12 Mile and Evergreen
for those delicious food take-outs
is 357-5948 . . . How's that, Harry
BACK IN 1942, a fellow by the
name of Tony Quinn came to De-
troit . . . At the Club Trocadero,
boss Herman "Turk" Prujansky
was asked by singer Dick Haymes
if he could get Quinn a job in any
show that would be appearing in
Detroit at the time . . Today,
whenever great movie star An-
thony Quinn goes out of the coun-
try, he always remembers to
send "Turk" in California a card
HARRY JARKEY at the 24
Karat for his eighth appearance,
is back from a two-month tour of
the far east .. . He performed in
Tokyo, Manila, Taipeh and Bang-
kok . . . Jarkey is an old time
comic around town and does a fine
job of entertaining in his indi-
FAVORITE DOWNTOWN SPOT
of WWJ radio star Bob Allison is
the Viking Lounge in the Congress
Motel off the Lodge X'way
Bob is an accomplished pianist
and takes over the 88 keys at
Viking in expert fashion . Being
of Danish descent, he is eligible
for membership in the Danish
Brotherhood Club and will be spon-
sored by Viking bossman Leib
PHIL FOSTER, Brooklyn born
comic tells the story of his mother,
who each week for years, went to
the same neighborhood movie
house . . . Because of the popula-
tion changes in the neighborhood,
the movie houses began showing
only Spanish films, but Phil's
mother still went there every
week . . . "But why, ma?" Phil
asked her. "You don't understand
Spanish!" ...His mother shruggnd
her shoulders and nodded, "Did I
BLACK RUSSIAN is a popular
delicious blend of vodka and coffee
liquer . . . enjoyed at any time,
especially by the ladies ... served
on the rocks . . . SCOTCH MIST
for the Scotch enthusiast who likes
his drink smooth ... is made with
fine imported Scotch and just a
wisp of lemon . . . Pour on the
rocks and serve.
PET PEEVES . . . Niteries that
keep you waiting to get in and then
sock on the ala carte menu be-
cause "it's after dinner hour!" ...
Overly fat waitresses . . . Chinese
waiters who act like they're mad
at the world.
WATCH OUT FOR PLACES
that charge you tax after the bill
has been totaled (including tax)
. . . If they'll do this, they'll do
1 Blk. E. of Evergreen
Open from 8 a.m.
Mon. thru Fri.
Saturday & Sunday
From 10 a.m.
Tues. & Wed.
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Complete Buffet Dinner
CALL US FOR CARRY-OUT SERVICE
CALLING ALL GIRLS
Who work hard at their
beauty shop appointments on
Saturday afternoons .. .
It shouldn't be for nothing !
the fruits of your labor
Saturday Nite at
at the Belcrest
Now Playing "BETWEEN
THE SHEETS" (a newsy
AT THE BELCREST
5440 CASS AVE.
('/2 Blk. N. of Kirby)
Enjoy Cocktails, Dinner,
Dancing and The Show
YOU'VE EARNED IT!
Res.: 833-3000 E airttene; hoS w
Saturday afternoon mah-jong & canasta
workers also welcome 1
FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT: SOMETHING NEW AND SPECIAL
With The Wonderful Aroma
of "Mama's" Friday Night Kitchen
To Greet You Every Day!
Mushroom Barley Soup
• Sweet & Sour Meat Balls
(etc! etc! etc! etc! etc!)
Let Us Make Tonight's Dinner For You!
ORDERING INI ADVANCE
Hot Foods Prepared Daily In Our
Kitchen and Sold From 3 to 7 p.m.
COMPLETE DELICATESSEN DELICACIES
Party Trays Now
for Home or Office
IN THE COUNTRY VILLAGE CENTER
28905 EVERGREEN AT 12 MILE ROAD
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