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September 11, 1970 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, September 11, 1970

Angel's

LARCO'S

Hour

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

Glass

• BANQUET FACILITIES

18800 W. McNicho s

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
UN 2-6455

7523 W. McNichols Rd.

Exaggeration is a branch of ly-
ing.—Baltasar Gracian.

BANQUETS
MEETINGS
PARTIES

*

*

Featuring Songs By

TONY & CAROLYN

•It

'0
-1.

The Best of Everything

3 -4850

(6 Biks. W. of Southfield)
• Businessmen's Luncheons • Su.
• Excellent
perb Dining Cuisine
Cocktails • Dancing Nightly • Pri-
vate Parking • Banquet Facilities

By Danny Raskin

MANY TIMES AS he walks MOE AND WIFE LILLIAN have
among the bright lights in Las I a son, Howard, 26, taking his bar
Complete Lunches 11 a.m. -4 p.m.:
ki: *•
:• "Happy
examination, and a daughter, Jo-
Hour" Cocktail Time ...* Vegas, or looks out at the milling
it
crowds Moe Miller, vice president lynne, 31, a cashier at the Star-
' * 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
*
LUNCHEON DINNER COCKTAILS
*
FEEL FREE TO call Moe on
of the Flamingo, stares quietly as
Open Daily II 5, 5 e.H
it
memories of the past in Detroit dust . . . His brother, Ben, still
NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT
lives
in Detroit.
unfold before him ... They called
Moe "New Yorker" back in 1922 Your next visit to Las Vegas . . .
No Finer Food

No Better Facilities

when he came to live in Detroit He has never forgotten his former

For 5 to 500 People
friends
...
or
his
Detroit
of
years
on
Westminster
between
Brush
-it

Parking for Es.eryone
it and Oakland.
ago . . Whatever Moe can do
-it
co' *
e
2023)
James
Couzens
In 1923, Moe was selling papers to help, you may be sure that his
Vi ll
18332 W. McNichols 4,
..1 :
at Greenfield
345-4555
* 2 Biks. NM, of Southfield Xwy
for Jack Broder on the corner of eagerness is sincere!
Grand River and Woodward . . .
531-8877
FROM THE MEAGER yester-
WOODWARD AT- 11 t aFAILE RD.
Jack by the way today heads the years and a lot of wonderful mem-
LI 1-2577
JO 4-6688
famous Standard Club in Los ories, Moe as the phenomenon of
Angeles . . . Moe was only 17 Las Vegas because of the miracu-
years old when he lied about his lous job he's done at The Flamin-
age in 1927 to drive a cab with go, is the kind of down-to-earth
ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT ORGANISTS
Sam Kaplansky and Turk Prujan- fellow you enjoy knowing . . . In
Wed. thru Sat.—No Cover or Minimum
',reser l Is
sky ... He worked for Lefty Clark other words, as "the boys" would
Excellent
Cuisine
Enjoy Our
in 1932 as a dealer on 16 Mile and say, Moe Miller is a right guy • • -
InI ,'r,0SON
Choice Cocktails
, Van Dyke .. . and when gambling and man to man, there is no
• Luncheon Doily • Complete Dinners
was closed in Michigan, Moe greater tribute!
moved to Chicago for three years,
agtithifi-O.WorMinge
and to Florida until 1951. .
(Meanwhile, in between, in 1934,
Detroit's Most Intimate Supper Club
248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
Moe married the former Lillian
For
Reservations
Horn)
. . Then came Las Vegas
PRIVATE
Attendant Parkling I
868 - 3611
and the start of one of the most
Detroit Common Council and
fabulous careers in the town's Mayor Roman S. Gribbs have
history . . After a year at the worked together to make avail-
Desert Inn, Moe spent 17 more at able the facilities of the Kern
ALL THE BUTTERMILK
the Sands . . . On July 1, 1969, he Block and Kennedy Square for a
took over The Flamingo, or what mammoth festival of games and
was left of it . . Owner Kirk entertainment, "Detroit Hope Hap-
Kerkorian opened the new Inter- pening," being s t a ged through
YOU CAN EAT
national and the entire Flamingo Sunday by Focus: HOPE, Inc.
personnel was put over there . . .
Today the hours will be noon-10
Kirk showed Moe The Flamingo p.m. It will close Sunday evening
"skeleton" and as much as said, with a special concert involving
15325 W. S MIU RD.
"Here it is—put it together again!" many Detroit entertainers.
/1St East ol Gtoesheil
. . Moe looked around, gulped a
WOODWARD AVE.

On the Kern site are a ferris
few times, and squinted as lie
at 14', Oble Rd
la
swayed his head in wonderment wheel, merry-go-round and nine
• 10001 TELEGRAPH
other
rides — games of skill,
at the unbeliev-
seal PITESIlk 111
vendors and banners.
able challenger
Exhibits and public concerts are
. . . Today, the
scheduled for Kennedy Square.
result of Moe's
The
entertainment is free. Some
yy fantastic endeav-
dozen or more shows have been
ors has made
booked
to appeal to a broad
h i m the ultra
spectrum of tastes, including sev-
phenomenon of
eral
afternoon
events designed es-
Las Vegas . . .
pecially for children.
* THE FUNNY MAN COMIC TO THE COMICS -X The Flamingo is
On Sunday evening, all buildings
one of the most
in the Central Business District
( beautiful hotels
Musical Director
area will leave their lights on to
-IC on The Strip ... Moe Miller
AT THE
Motown Recording Star
4C a veritable "city" of class enter- indicate a city and its citizens on
tainment, luscious food, polite at- the move.
tention, top accommodations and
Organist Danny Holley
complete enjoyment.
.4C
SUPPER CLUB
*
11,10E HAS AN uncanny memory at Afterglow Lounge
Organ stylist Danny Holley is
. rattling off boyhood friends
1200 Southfield, Lincoln Park
*
4C who included Eddie Epstein, Nate featured attrac-
(on premises of Quality Court Motel)
*
Diamond, Ben Siegel, Dave Mey- tion at the After-
*
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE BANQUET FACILITIES
*
ers, Mortie Shuster, Lou Lebo- glow Lounge on 5
IN THE DOWNRIVER AREA. UP TO 200.
* witz, Ben "Doyle" Scharf, Max W. McNichols, in
386-1350
* Zuckerman, Al Mendelson, Midgie an array of stand-
*
MASONIC AUDITORIUM
Rashkin, Midgie Meltzer, Sam ards, pops, show
Gina Sibert
Dinners—$3.50 up
THURS., SEPT. 24 7:30 P.M.
*
Dictor, Morrie Sherman, Charles tunes and hits of
No Cover Charge Anytime
PIANO BAR
DANCING TO
"Big
Tootie"
Horenstein,
the
boys
yesterday
and
to-
Entertainment
MAIL ORDERS ONLY
Eddie Webb's Trio
around Barnie Fleishman's candy day. He is ac-
6 Nites Weekly
TICKETS
*
store on Pingree and 12th and companied on the
7.50 6.50 5.50 4.50
Claude's Pool Room on Oakland drums by Bill
Send Ords or money order along
loth
oddre“,1 Oamped
and Owen . . plus many many Peterson and ap-
...pt. to . MASJNIC AUDITORI-
Holley
more . . . Moe never forgets—he pears Wednesday
UM. 500 Tempt,. Detroit. MITI,
i Q111 -113201.
remembers them all . . . On the through Saturday nights.
wall of his small unpretentious
BELKIN PRODUCTIONS
No man is clever enough to know
office at the Flamingo is a scene
CARRY-OUT and DELIVERY
at the old Paddock Bar with a few all the evil he does.—La Roche-
foucauld.
of the fellows.
CO U PON
WHEN IT COMES TO recogniz-
ing gaming talent and running a
Henry K. Martin
place, there's no greater example
Presents
(Choice of Following)
than the Flamingo . . . but show
biz beginners—that's another story
• White Fish
I
• Fish & Chips
• Bor-B-Q Ribs
• Fried Chicken
. . Like the "Happy Hour Club"
I
I
• Bar-B-Q Lamb
• Fried Shrimp
in Detroit and Moe telling Amos
I
Jacobs, "Drive a truck, you'll
Hit Comedy Revue
never make it." . . Amos tried
Associate Producer Gene Rosenberg
getting on the police force but was
All Orders Include Choice of Two—
"Absolutely funniest, most enjoyable
discovered to be color blind so
Spaghetti, French Fries or Cole Slaw.
show in town"
stayed in show business and
BOB TALBERT Det. Free Press
changed his name to Danny Thom-
4144 12 Mile Rd., Berkley (Just E. of Greenfield)
Wed. & Thurs. 8:30 p.m. — Fri. 8:30 8. 10:30 p.m.
as .. . Moe saw Harvey Lichten-
Sat. 8:30 & 10:30
stein at Verne's Bar on Woodward
Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. & Sun.
and Forest . and told him to go
THE
THEATER
12 Noon-10 p.m.
to work with his father as a barber
PICK-UP PARKING
Fri. & Sat. 12 Noon-12 p.m.
. . . Harvey changed his name to
12 Mile at Northwestern
IN REAR
Stone and went on to become al
Reservations &
358-0226
Ticket Information
real funny one.

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BANQUETS!
MEETINGS!
PARTIES !

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NORTHWOOD INN

*

DANNY HOLLEY

WXYZ

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`Hope Happening'
tr,
Slated Downtown

PANCAKES

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MARV WELC H

*

COMES TO LINCOLN PARK

SAMMY
DAVIS JR.

GEORGE RHODES

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• ROYAL ASCOT

BLINKY WILLIAMS

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ONE DINNER FREE

With Purchase of 2 Bar-B-0 Ribs Dinners

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