THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 21, 1971-39
NOW THRU MAY 29
Mon. thru Thurs. Special
Dinner & Cover Included
$1.50 ADDED DURING THIS ENGAGEMENT
Govern a great nation as you
would fry small fish.
42390 Ann Arbor Rd. in Plymouth.
3 - 6401.
Special rates on
Banquet in Pavilion Room. Ask Marion.
The Best of Everything
COMING JUNE 3
"rho Chontoolsoe al Son
By Danny Raskin
A PAIR OF THE strongest acts
to play the Moon in many a moon,
the team of Miller and McChay
offer wild humor and tight music
. . . while the Action Faction (four
sharp guys and three gorgeous
gals) pour on the action and the
groovy dancing . . In fact, the
frantic footwork (and body En-
glish) of Cheryl Ann and Janis
Ross keep the customers on the
edge of their seats as the terrific
twosome zip through such num-
bers as "Let The Sun Shine In" and
"Cabaret" . . . The "two shows
for the price of one" bit at Hazel
Park's good-time nitery, between
Eight and Nine, is a best bet for a
- 18800 W. McNichols
6 Elks. W. of
BILLY ROSE TRIO
SAMUELS BROS. Restaurant on
Russell at Winder, in the Eastern
No Better Facilities
For 5 to 500 People
Forking for Everyone
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
WOODWARD AT 1 1 1 2 MILE RD.
Li 1 -2577
• BANQUET FACILITIES
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7513 W. McNichols Rd.
FIRST ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
OUR FAMOUS STEAK SIZZLER
THE HEART OF THE SIRLOIN —
U.S.DIA. CHOICE . . . CHARBROILED—
ORDER RARE, MEDIUM OR WELL
SERVED ON A SIZZLING PLATTER WITH
GARLIC BREAD & CHOICE OF BAKED POTATO
OR TOSSED SALAD
DELICATESSEN — CHARBURGER — STEAK & EGGS
Open Iii 2 a.m. Weekly — Til 3:30 a.m. Fri. L Sat.
4286 N. WOODWARD
Between 13 & 14 Mile Rds.
MITCH HOUSEY presents .
It GREAT RESTAURANT:
serving the world's finest
STEAKS, CHOPS, SEA FOOD
AND FOODS CONTINENTAL
U.S.D.A. TOP PRIME BEEF USED EXCLUSIVELY
B USINESSMEN'S LUNCHEON/DINNER/SUPPER
DANCING & ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
Featuring the AL GARBER QUARTET
CATHY LOCKE & PATTY HAACK, Vocalists
Private Banquet Facilities In Our Beautiful
• Bar Mitzvahs • Banquets, etc. •
Up to 200: -'
* MITCH HOUSEY'S Jor 41(
*I L IN LIVONIA
IN THE COMPTON VILLAGE MOTOR INN
28500 Schoolc raft
Until 8 p.m.
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Market, makes its own pies.
ASKED WHY ON earth the new
baby was named "Encore," a dis-
enchanted father replied, "Well,
frankly, he wasn't on the program
PEOPLE ENJOY wine because
it looks good, smells good, tastes
good . . . The ideal wine glass
enhances this trio of sensations
. . . The glass is clear . . . it is
large enough so the wine can be
swirled and "sniffed" . . . and it
is a convenient shape for drinking
. Through the years, certain
wines have become associated with
certain sorts of glasses, but pres-
ent-day usage encourages the "all-
purpose glass — tulip-shaped, with
a capacity of about 8 ounces . . .
Such glasses are available nearly
everywhere . . . In pouring wine,
fill the glass only 1 /3 to 1/2 full.
OFFICIAL AMERICAN name
for bagel is "water doughnut."
THERE'S A BISTRO in Chicago
which has a shrunken head dis-
played under the bar . . Under-
neath the head is this sign, "Boy
that sure was a dry martini!"
CALL HIM UNCLE MILTIE . .
Call him Mr. Television . . . Call
him Mr. Entertainment . . . or
call him just plain Milton Berle
. . . Any of the names would fit,
pens Leonard Moss, one of our en-
tertainment guide writers . . .
Milton opened last night at Lofy's
Pavilion Room in Plymouth for a
nine-day engagement with his own
revue . . . "For over half-a-cen-
tury," says Len, "this man has
performed on stage, radio, televi-
sion and movies. No greater ac-
colade could be given Milton Berle
than when the Television Academy
of Arts and Sciences honored him
with this well-earned tribute: "The
industry honors the man who made
the industry.' Berle's stage person-
ality, like many a move villain,
is entirely different from the real-
life Milton Berle. While he comes
off brash, arrogant, fast onstage,
it's just his act. In person, Milton
Berle is rather a gentle man, kind,
considerate, an innate gentleman.
It's a personality far removed from
the nightclub Berle." . . . Allan
Drake, comic who finished with
Sarah Vaughan last week at Lofty's,
will return to the Plymouth spot
on July 1 . .. and then again with
Vic Damone, Nov. 4 . . . Back to
Milton, did you know that besides
being a comic, actor, producer,
publisher, etc., he writes songs?
. . . In his spare time Milt has
had more than - 400 published . . .
like "You Gotta Enjoy, You Gotta
Love Love," recorded by Bobby
Rydell and pop singers . . . and
Barbara Streisand recently re-
vived one of his greatest hits,
"Sam, You Made the Pants Too
THE LARGE CATERING outfit
seeking a northwest suburban site
is an old hand at feeding and fet-
ing the public . . . Scheduled plans
are huge and lavish . . . nothing
like it anywhere in the middle-
IT'S HAAB'S IN Ypsilanti for
the best food in town there . . . so
make it a point to stop at this
fine eatery spot when in the area
. . Haab's is on W. Michigan.
HAPPY TIME AT Black Forest
on 11 Mile and Washington in Roy-
al Oak is from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.,
with all cocktails 75c . . . Daily
hours are 11 to 2, with dinner
served from 5 to 11.
LARRY SHEEHAN, VP of Little
RESTAURANT & COCKTAILS
The master of Italian dishes . . . A friendly
and attractive place, comfortable and luxurious
waitresses stand ready to serve you.
New, Modern Private
Call VE 9-6144
HOLIDAYS I -9 P.M.
Capacity 150 People
11341 E. 7 MILE RD.
Bet. Hoover-Outer Dr.
TREAT YOURSELF TO OUR FAMOUS
WHOLE STUFFED WHITE FISH,
GEFILTE FISH and PICKLED FISH
• Whole Cooked
• Complete Line of
Sandwiches to Carry Out
SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA
Open Daily 3 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Corner Winder, Eastern Market
Recipe for \
West 11 Mile Road and Greenfield
557 - 3237
Hours: 11:00 a.m.-9 p.m.
Daily including Sunday
11011,1•1 ■ 1.1111MIWIN>
Steak and Kidney Pie
Shrimp and Orange Salad
Friday add Fashions By
Mathews et al and
Joni Strachan of Birmingham
open daily 11:30, Saturday 5:00 P.M.,
open Sunday at 1:00 P.M.
C ox &
‘../I Country Restaurant
1560 N. WOODWARD AVE., BLOOMFIELD HILLS
(just south of Long. Lake Rd.)
on Page 40)
OPEN SUNDAY AND
I I Ztoill 's