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January 29, 1971 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-29

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.THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1 "

Friday, lanuary
- 29, 1971-37



PEOPLE
WALK ...
RUN ...
DRIVE ...
or FLY ..

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Michigan's population is official.
ly estimated at 8,768,000. It was
7,823,000 when the 1960 census was
taken.

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

JOE VOUGHT (pronounced
"vote"), bartender at Angel's
Hour Glass, has been around a long
time . .. and invariably someone
comes in who knew Joe from one
of the many spots he's worked . .
Besides being an expert bartender,
Joe is an excellent mixer, too, and
joins in with rhythmic good times
being enjoyed by the customers
. . It's not unusual to see Joe
behind the bar accompanying the
Billy Rose Trio with his mur-
rachas, calavas or gourd . .
they're his stock in trade almost
as well as knowing how to pour a
good drink or cocktail mix.
VINCENZO'S ITALIAN eatery
on John R. between Six and Seven
Mile lids., doesn't exactly give
you a doggy bag to -lake home
leftovers . . . Theirs is called a
VIP Bag (Very Important Pack-
age) . . . with the wording, "You
as a very important person de-
serve the right to finish the delect-
able food served here. Derff
bashful . .. take it- b me inAtriS
...„pet watch
VIP bag-and 'let your

SURE THERE'S A drink tailed
"The Devil". . Take % Jigger
Brandy, % Jigger Green Creme
de Menthe and one pinch of Red
Pepper . . . Shake the brandy
and creme de menthe and strain
into a glass . . . Sprinkle red

pepper on top.
BOB HAWKINS does a good job
soloing on the piano during the
week at Coach & Four atop Stouf-
fer's Northland Inn ... Friday and
Saturday eves, Bob is accompanied
by bass man Doug Woodard and
between them, put out a lot of
music.
JOE BIRD'S Coach House down-
town on Grand River, just north
of Washington Blvd., has that big
juicy delicious hamburger you
want . . . People come from rail
over for those yum yum deliesties.
FOR A VARIETY- ham-
burgers serv,...iti - all different

ways - a good, too, Java
Junction'on Woodward between 13
14 Mile Rds. is hard to beat
. . . Larry Sheehan has a wide
variety of those tasty little devils
. plus other goodies you'll enjoy.
A VERY POPULAR SKEW-
ERED item in Lima, Peru, is Anti-
cucho de Pescado, which is even
sold by vendors on the streets .. .
Cubes of swordfish steak with
olives and onions are placed on a

It!"
SEEN...DR A CHICAGO theater
__mattitree by comic Jackie Kennon
. "Now showing—everything!"
. - DANNY HOLLEY IS back at the
Afterglow on W. McNichols and
packing them in again . . . He's skewer and basted with barbecue
one of the finest organ stylists in sauce while boiling five to seven

the country, and puts on a tre- minutes.
mendous show with his fantastic
HUGO'S AT the Park Shelton,
repertoire .. Only one word Woodward and Kirby, has three
can describe *Danny Holley . . plus factors . . . . good food, good

GREAT!
THE LITZLE GIRL who used to
grasp a *any so firmly in one
band and' press her nose against
the glass at a candy counter now
bas grown up and can be seen with
the same look on her faee as she
clutehei a ten-dollar bill at a meat

S

one of Detroit's top eateries
even more so now that Pete De
Fiore is bossinan . - . He knows
food . . . and so very important,
how to please his customers!

W.MkNickels

`Cromwell' to Open Soon

e

• UR GLASS

II Elks. W. of
Southfield
5364850
• Businessman's

Luncheons

j",

service and indoor garage parking
. . . These coupled with a cleverly
designed interior make for plea-
sant dining - .. Most important is
the extensive menu of French-
Italian cuisine tastefully prepared
.. . and the not expensive prices
. . . No doubt but that Hugo's is

ppp

• Superb Dining
Cuisine
• Excellent
cocktails
Private Parking
BanquetFacIlltles

BILLY ROSE TRIO

F

(in Bavarian Village)

(near Pontiac Mal)

• 6706 CLIO ROAD
(Flint)



MMMMMMMMMMM

SPECIAL SUN. ONLY

1 /2 Roast Spring Chicken with Dressing
Mashed Potatoes, Tossed
Salad, Roll and Butter, &
Dessert.

$199

CHILDREN'S SPECIAL

2 PCS. SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN

With French Fries, a Brownie and
Small Cokes

05 •

ALBAN'S
VIZItcetrii/rirs •
"unter a SI Private
1 BOTTLE & BASKET 183
Affairs. •
646-6553
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PRIME ROAST BEEF
,__..-7:
,.'.-.

Ila;;OLSIISX tee 1,1t;• Sa;11 •

,Itre [Partly [Planners

...:,--

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— CHOPS — SEA FOOD

='/CT WIRTHWOOD INN We Can Handle from 20 to 500 People
In Our Own Banquet Rooms with Ample Parking Available
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTIES, SHOWERS
WEDDING RECEPTIONS, BAR MITZVAS.

We Also Do Outside Catering to Your Hem*, Office or Plant

Dinner Music from 6 p.m.
and for dancing from 9:30 nightly

RESERVATIONS JO 4-6688 OR L! 1-2577

Woodward Ave. at 111/2 Mile Road

Classified Ads Get Quick Results

ILA

Restaurant .La Mediterranee
suggests

Escargots a la Bourguignonne
Lamb Chops Riviera •
Mushroom Salad Chiffonade
Crepes Suzette
Demi Tasse

FT1

(or-any of the other culinary pleasures
you'll find on our unique bill of fare.)
Reservations recommended. 965-0200

F

• 2600 ELIZABETH LAKE RD.

601- Ell

Now: Open Sunday 12 Neon
7323 W. McNichols Rd. UN 241511

PARTirf;

INIIII=IIIIEEIM===

rs ,,

to 10 p.m.
EVERY TUES. and THU
rug Legs
- Also Famous

• BANQUET FACILITIES

antastic
ao
m eadow an

• TELEGRAPH AT
SCHOOLCRAFT

Open 7 Days
a Week,
11 aim to p.m.

Bountiful Buffet of

Flee ItaitenAmerken Culsine
Chlkleusly Prepared for the
Discerning Taste "

BANQUETS
MEETINGS

_

,

LARCO'S

Richard Harris and Alec Guin-
ess star in the Irving Allen pro-
duction of "Cromwell" from Co-
lumbia pictures, which begins its
exclusive area engagement at the
Birmingham Theater Feb. 10.
For special group rates, call
Lincoln Friend, Birmingham Thea-
ter, 6443534, or Marc Bladd, ABC
Michigan Theaters Corp., 9634000.

FA.RRELL'S

I

NoRTHwooD INK

But Somehow They Get to Try

K , 4 P
1, Al 0A I
thilitillita
. -. -
, --..

II

After dinner, dance to
BILLY MAXTED'S ORCHESTRA
in Cabaret La Boheme

- hotel Pontchartrain

2 Washington Blvd.

rri

L 441

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