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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, June 4, 1971
The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
see 'em" by critics who knew
what they were talking about . . .
These kids hired by dailies to call
'em that way are actually making
a farce out of the critic controv-
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ersy to satisfy their own ego . . .
Thank Heavens for guys like Chuck
Thurston of the Detroit Free Press,
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who is an old hand at the critic
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business and not only "calls 'em
RESTAURANT & COCKTAILS
as he sees 'em," but isn't short on
The master of Italian dishes . . . A friendly
words of praise when they are de-
and attractive place, comfortable and luxurious
served . . . Bob Talbert of the
waitresses stand ready to serve you
Free Press, is a feature column-
ist with a knack for not saying
anything rather than hurt people— 4PP#****4t4"F.J1t**if-Y-2f-**4-4-VF 4-/k
this, too, is a very beautiful piece
of journalism work . . . Nothing is * MITCH MOUSEY
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kid critics think so . . . then again,
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the way life has twirled, they think
"FEIFFER'S PEOPLE," a satiri-
NOW THRU JUNE 12
cal reunion of Jules Feiffer's corn- -
ments and observations, is the
present very fine attraction at the
"The Chontootsie of Sin"
Zodiac Theater, 12 Mile and North-
Mon. thru Thurs. Special
western . . . Bernard, Huey, Super-
Dinner & Cover Included
man, the dancer and the liberated
serving the world's finest
woman meet and greet each other *
. . . . •
2nd Show .
51 .00 ADDEDD DURING THIS ENGAGEMENT
and today's society head on . . . If'
••• COMING JUNE 17...a
CHOPS, SEA FOOD
The production is produced and di-
GI. 3-6400 — GL 3-6401.
AND FOODS CONTINENTAL
rected by Henry K. Martin . . .
in Pavillion Room. Ask Marion.
U.S.D.A. TOP PRIME BEEF USED EXCLUSIVELY
with the cast including Harry Ep- If
stein, a recent graduate from Uni- *
versity of Michigan, where he was
DANCING & ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY
a member of the University Play- *
Featuring the AL GARBER QUARTET
ers and majored in theater . . . *
CATHY LOCKE & PATTY HAACK, Vocalists
Jules Feiffer is, of course, Amer- *
ica's great satirical cartoonist .. .
Private Banquet Facilities In Our Beautiful
His movie "Little Murders" is one * :
OUR FAMOUS GOURMET BUFFET
CONSISTING OF 6 MEATS —
of the must-see films now playing : :• Weddings •Showers. • Bar Mitzvahs • Banquets, etc. • Up to 200'
Corned Beef, Turkey, Ham, Pepper
in town . . • Performances are 8:30
Beef, Bar B-QBeef &Fried Chicken.
p.m. during the week and 8:30 an d
Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Ceci
Friday and Saturday . . .
Bean Salad, Mixed Bean Salad,
Cucumbers in Sour Cream, Rel-
For reservations and group prices *
ishes, Bread and Mustard.
FOR 30 YEARS, Stanley's Mania
Cafe was at 565 E. Canfield, seat L. IN THE COMPTON VILLAGE MOTOR INN
ing about 60 people and serving a
Until 8 p.m.
Chinese and American food . . .
( I BOTTLE PER EACH 10 PERSONS)
Today it is at 265 E. Baltimore *
between John R and Brush and
seats 175 people in the plush. din-
ing room, serving Chinese, Can- -
tonese and American food . . . plus
a delightful cocktail bar . . . Stan-
ley Hong, Oscar Hong and Henry
Hong are brothers and Peter Tong
is a cousin ... The new Stanley_'s
Mania "was built from the ground
up," says Stanley, and has three •
parking lots . . . It's open 11:30
a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through
Friday . . . and 1 p.m. to 2 a.m.
on Saturday and Sunday . . . Stan-
ley says it's still not big enough
. . . and he may be right!
ANOTHER FIRST . . . some-
thing different . . . is being in-
augurated at Angel's Hour Glass,
W. McNichols, six blocks west of
Chilled Relishes — New England Clam Chowder
Southfield, every Monday begin-
Tossed Salad with Cici Peas
ning June 14 . . . An art show
and auction will be coordinated
All the Steamed Clams You Want
open daily 11:30, Saturday 5:00 P.M.,
by Fred Grossman of Gallery
open Sunday at 1:00 P.M.
Art Center . . . All drinks be-
Main Course includes . . .
tween 5:30 and 7:30 will be 50
STEAMED MAINE LOBSTER with Drawn Butter
cents . . . with the art auction
SPRING CHICKEN Basted with Clam Broth
from 7:30 to 8:30.
SOL SPHARGEL will open a deli-
Oven Browned Potatoes
Corn in the Cob
catessen in Oak Park . • . The boss-
To Complete this fine meal . . .
man of Sol's has bought out Buck's
A Slice of Fresh Watermelon — Beverages
Palace on Coolidge near Nine Mile
. . . and will be open in a few
We invite you and your friends to keep Wednesday in mind
Put on our Lobster Bib and try this
THIS AUGUST will mark the
This featured New England Clambake is in addition to our
third anniversary for cousins Nick
and Bob Masters at their spot on
Regular Dinner Menu. However for the Clambake
Reservations are required
Seven Mile and Middlebelt in Livo-
Ma . . . Masters is open 11 to 4 for
lunch Monday through Friday and
RESERVATIONS JO 4-6688 OR II 1-2577
dinner from 5 Monday through
zif Country Restaunini
Saturday . . . There's dancing
1560 N. WOODWARD AVE., BLOOMFIELD HILLS
Tuesday through Thursday to Lee
Woodward Ave. at 111/2 Mile Road
(just south of Long Lake Rd.)
Scott on the piano
Pine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
KIDS TRYING to draw atten-
tion to themselves ... regardless
of how they may hurt others . . .
that's what we call those so called
"critics" who have so much to
learn when it comes to good down-
to-earth journalism . . . It used to
be known as "Calling 'em as we
'It- GREAT RESTAURANT* *
if MITCH HOUSEY'S
SPECIAL LIMITED OFFER
"THE DRINKS ARE ON THE HOUSE"
PLUS YOUR CHOICE OF DELICIOUS
COLD DUCK OR DELIGHTFUL ROSE' WINE
ALBANS Bottle & Basket
Going to the music
Festival or theater?
Begin with dinner at
New England Clambake
Every Wednesday Night
Return to us for an encore.
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