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July 10, 1970 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-10

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Pianist Ashkenazy to Be at Meadowbrook

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, July 10, 1970-37

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

MON., TUES.,
WED. & THURS.
SPECIAL

"SILLY STANDARDIZED coun-
try—America," grumbled a dis-
tinguished English advertising man
recently as he completed a U. S.
lecture tour, his pockets bulging
with silly standardized American
dollars . . . "Your cities look so
much alike, I had to consult my
itinerary to see whether I was in
Milwaukee, Sioux City or Spokane
... Same hotels, same stores, same
signs." . . . Same signs my eye!
... This land of ours abounds with

Scandinavian

SMORGASBORD

INCLUDING DESSERT
AND BEVERAGE

$

495

KANO

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

unc eon-1 nner— anquets

• BANQUET FACILITIES

20231 JAMES COUZEN5
345-4555

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
UN 23455

At Greenfield

MPRESS
GARDEN

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7523 W. McNichols Rd.

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
3564750
Orders To Take Out

Angel's Hour Glass

18800 W. McNICHOLS
538 - 4850

• Businessmen's Luncheons
• Superb Dining Cuisine
• Excellent Cocktails

(6 s
13
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V e Vi .co o of

Dancing Nightly
Private Parking
Banquet Facilities

TURK PRUJANSKY, HOST OF HOST
BILLY ROSE TRIO

SUN. & MON •
SPECIAL

individualistic merchants who
would rather be caught dead than
hang a conventional sign outside
their place of business . . . They'll
stew for weeks thinking of a new
twist—and one in a hundred is
worth the effort! . . . For instance
. . . Outside a Phoenix auto-repair
shop: "May we have the next
dents?" and "Second-hand cars in
first-crash condition." . . . A Dallas
dealer has a more subtle approach:
"Be a wealthy pedestrian. Sell us
your car!" ... The shop next door
displays clothes for debutantes, fea-
turing "Convertible sun dresses.
Very sporty with the tops down."
. . . Offered by a drygoods empo-
rium in Allentown, Pennsylvania:
"Bath towels for the whole damp
family .. -.By a chicken incubator
in Vermont: "Cheepers by the doz-
en." . . . A furrier in Kalamazoo
begs "Be our miss in lynx," and
an alert fortune teller in Asbury
Park promises: "Your problem
solved, or your mania cheerfully
refunded." . . . Owners of restaur-
ants and grogshops are in the fore-
front when the whims blow . . . A
tavern keeper in Lexington ad-
vises: "If you drive your husband
to drink, drive him here." . . . A
sign on the wall of a diner along
Route 101: "What foods these
morsels be!" . . . And a Broadway
delicatessen advertises: "Today
only! Homemade imported caviar.'
Another sign inside the store
warns "If you don't smell it, we
ain't got it!"

Sixten Ehrling will conduct the
Detroit Symphony and pianist
Vladimir Ashkenazy in a tribute
to Beethoven by performing each
of the famed composer's five piano
concerti, which began Thursday, in
Oakland University's Baldwin Pa-
vilion.
Ashkenazy returned to Meadow
Brook for the fourth consecutive
season. On Saturday evening Ash-
kenazy and the symphony will per-
form the third and fourth concerti.
The jazz-folk offerings for 8:30
p.m. today will be vocalist Nina
Simone and t rum peter Clark
Terry.
As mentioned above- Ash-
kenazy with Sixten Ehrling and

the Detroit Symphony will com-
plete the Beethoven tribute Sun-
day by playing the concerto num-
ber five. For this reason there
will not be a symphony pops pro-
gram on Sunoay.

Art Linkletter to Appear
at Michigan State Fair

Art Linkletter, radio and televi-
sion star, will bring humor to the
Michigan State Fair music shell,
Aug. 28-30. The fair runs through
Sept. 7.
All entertainment is free to fair-
goers.
Other stars to perform free at
the State Fair include Johnny
Cash, Roy Clark and stars of the
Hee Haw Show, James Darren,
Fifth Dimension, Friends of Dis-
tinction, Arthur Godfrey, Dan
Fleenor's Hurricane Hell Drivers,
Oliver, Charley Pride, Paul Re-
vere and the Raiders with Mark
Lindsay, Three Degrees, Mark
Wilson and Magic Land of Allaka-
zam and the Young Canadians of
the Calgary Stampede.

BANQUETS!
MEETINGS!
PARTIES!







Na Finer Food
No Better Facilities

For 5 to 500 People
Parking for Everyone

'Way up on the
25th floor of
THE HOTEL
PONTCHARTRAIN
in Detroit's
most exciting
Cabaret

Composer-pianist
BRYAN WELLS
and his orchestra
play a suave,
slick version
of Detroit's
MOTOWN SOUND
for dancing.

NO TRUTH TO THE rumor that
Sam Boesky will take over a North-
1 west
eatery and rename it Darby's
WOODWARD AT 11 ';MILE RD
... Too bad, because his wonderful
spot on Seven and Wyoming was
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probably
the
finest
of
its
kind
in
1
Days
a
and Dressing
Open
7
the country . . . people really miss we******************Aueeiv..
Week, 11 a.m. to 9
p.m.
With Potatoes 8 Cole Slaw or $199 I it! . . . Sam is happy with his
The
Tossed Salad, Roll & Butter,
Darby's Stanley Steamer Health
Dessert (Pie, Pudding or Jello.)
Alban's
Club in Oak Park run by him and
Trays
Sandwich
646-6553
and Catering for • son Bernie Kerner.

SINGS NIGHTLY
188 N. Hunter Private Affairs. *
THE SAINTS & SINNERS will *• Complete Lunches is a.m. -4 p.m.*
"Happy Hour" Cocktail Time . . .*
be re-formed in Metropolitan De- *•
* 4 P.m. to 7 P.m.
troit . . . This is definite, so those
Henry K. Martin
of you interested in attending the
Presents
first meeting, contact this column
. . . The Saints and Sinners is a
national fun group made up of peo-
ple from every walk of life, work-
All that great music,
Hit Comedy Revue
ing to help retarded children . . . *
18332 W. McNichols
plus FINE FOOD AND
Top-name entertainers have been *
2 Blks. W. of Southfield Xwy
Associate Producer Gene Rosenberg
known to fly coast to coast at
531-8877
DRINK, in
Tues. thru Thurs. 8:30 p.m. — Fri. 8:30 8 10:30 p.m.
their own expense to attend a -***********************tc
Sat., 8:30, 10:30 & 12 Midnight — Sun. 8:30 p.m.
Closed Mondays
Saints and Sinners affair with
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the only invitation being "We need
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CHILDREN'S
THE
your help!"
THEATRE
Every Sat. & Sun.
Southfield
com-
BRYAN WELLS,

through Aug. 2
poser-arrangerpianist, and his or-
Sat. 11 a.m. 8. 1
THEATER
p.m. Sun. 1 p.m.
chestra opened last Monday night
3 p.m:
12 MILE AT. NORTHWESTERN
at the Cabaret LaBoheme atop the
Reservations & Ticket Information
"Wild Pecos Bill"
Reserve a great evening
Hotel Pontchartrain . . Remem-
Tickets At Door $1
358-0226
ber Bryan of some years back and
LUNCHEON DINNER COCKTAILS
the Siefer-Wells orchestra? . . .
Open.Daily II a.m-- Sat- 3 P..

1. /1
He's come a long way since the
NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT
weddings and Bar Mitzva engage-
ments, and was recently awarded
a gold record for writing the music
for the hit song, "Yester-Me, Yes-
• CARRY-OUT and DELIVERY
ter-You, Yesterday," recorded by
20231 James Couzens
Motown singing star, Stevie Won-
4144 12 Mile Rd., Berklej (Just L of Greenfield)
345-4555
at Greenfield
der.


ON THOSE WESTERN movies
that are always being made . . .
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and usually winding up on TV .

With
Purchase
Of
why can't outlaws strut into sa-

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ONE
BAR-B-Q
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"Seltzer"? . . . Why must they al-
Fine Dining and Cocktails
ways say, "Whiskey"? ... No mat-
INYAHAB LUILMINSIIL
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)
ter who saunters in, everybody
All Orders Include Choice of Two—
OPEN DAILY FROM 11:30 A.M.
guzzles from one bottle . . . Maybe
Spaghetti, French Fries or Cole Slaw.
it's shellac . . . And how come the
FEATURING PRIME BEEF FROM
good guy can plug a penny in a
FOOD LANES MARKET
man's hand from two states away,
blindfolded, at night, upside down,
1 Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. & Sun.
Your Host
BUSINESSMEN'S
LUNCHEONS

while drunk . . . but one poor soul
12 Noon-10 p.m.
JIMMY JARDACK
on a lame horse they miss? . . .
PICK-UP PARKING
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Fri. & Sat. 12 Noort-12 p.m.
Owner,
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And why when the sexy gal rides
IN REAR
Food Lanes Market
WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAHS
in an open car her 'hair never
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