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The Best of
Everything

DAVE NEWMAN and HELEN. UMULIS
Invite You

REHOVOT — A program to up-
grade science teaching in Israel's
Arabic-language schools is now
By Danny Raskin
taking place under the auspices of
the Weizmann Institute's science
PAPERS HAVEN'T BEEN teaching department.
signed yet on Larco's West open.
Prof. Joseph Gillis, Rudy Bruner
ipg in the to•be•erected Robbins Professor of Science. Teaching at
Bldg. . . .,if they are, all three the institute, said that while Arab
brothers will have a hand in the teachers and principals have long
operation . . . no splitting up the participated on an individual basis
family . . . with Pete at Larco's in seminars organized by the sci-
West and Nick and Mike staying ence teaching department, last
at the Larco's Inn on W. Mc. December the institute began to
Nichols.
hold special seminars for them.

TO. TRY THE ORIGINAL

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SPECUILLUNCII I

Scientific Inroads Made at Rehovot

MEL BALL DOES double duty
now at Skandia ... play his drums
and vibes for 5 to 7 cocktail hour
in the Luv Pub with pianist Billy
Marr, Tues. thru Fri. . • . and
then moves into the main room
for dancing melodies with his fine
,quartet . . . Skandia owner Paul
Boraks also has a doubleheader
this month . . . Feb. 13, daughter
Helen weds Ronnie Abrams with
reception at Skandia . . . and
Paul's 50th birthday party for
close friends and relatives, Feb.
19, at his spot . . . Folks are com-
ing all the way from Paul's home
country of Denmark to attend the
'two affairs.
THIS IS THE 50TH year for Ber-
man's Chop House . .. and the
famous restaurant on Times Square
downtown still is rated among the
top eateries around . . . Ben Kasle
and Ray Pearce have gala doings
in store for the Golden Anniversary
of Berman's.
JOHN LAFFREY'S Celebrity
Room, downstairs at his popular
spot on 7 Mile, has taken shape,
with fireplace, and pictures on the
wall of local celebs from sports,
politics, radio, TV, etc. . . . At
the piano is stylist Mary Kay.
THE GOLDEN MUSHROOM
is name of the new dining and
cocktail spot slated to open
around March 15 ... on 10 Mile,
former Rascal House site .. .
Its been completely remodeled
inside and outside . . with
steaks, chops, seafood and salad
bar ... New owners Jim Mc-
Donald and Reid Ashton are THE
ONLY ones who have anything
to do with The Golden Mushroom
... other namer are just a bunch
of Idle talk.
MICHIGAN PALACE set for a
March 27 opening downtown where
the old Michigan Theater stood,
will be a big boon' for nitery own•
ere all over the city . . . Sam
Hadous has big plans that will
bring in the top names in show
business to fill his over 1500 seat
supper club . . . When folks file
out to their cars, they'll swing to
points on the way home for late
snacks and perhaps a drink qr
two.
THE VELVET PIANO tingling
style and singing vibrations of ex-
tremely talented Bobby Laurel are
"home again" at The Apartment

. . . Bobby and his trio started a
six•week stint on Feb. 1 . • . with

extremely versatile renditions of
jazz, pop, standards and even clas-
sical, which is given a very inter-
esting treatment . . . Bobby's are
rangements are exceptionally good
and he returns to the Apartment
with a complete new repertoire to
go with his big bag of musical
goodies.
WANT A BRAINSTORM? .. .
we mean the drink ... 2 jiggers
Irish Whiskey, 2 dashes Dry Ver.
mouth, 2 dashes Benedictine and
1 twist orange peel . . . Put in.
gredients in Old Fashioned glass
with ice cubes.
TWO•MAN POWERHOUSE of
entertainment, Gwinn , and Greg,
are at the Moon Supper Club . .
Their vocal songbag is voluminous
. . . it's nothing for the swinging
Nelson brothers (Gwinn plays the
cordovox and Greg the drums) to
open a set with a Tom Jones med-
ley and wind up with such out-
doorsy tunes as "Oklahoma" and
"Yellow Rose of Texas".
JULIE GRUNEWALD is the
woman whose Jewish-style cooking
is a popular community favorite
. she's at Bimbo's on Wood-
ward, cooking those delicious soups,
meat balls, corned beef, etc. . .
Owned by brothers Morry and Joel
Silber, Bimbo's is Detroit's newest
fun place, with full line of deli-
catessen and complete pasta dishes
and pizza to go with the dancing
. . • Morry's 21-year-old son Rich-
ard, is manager.
ELMA SANTA and The Redheads
entertain Sundays from 7 to 10 p.m.
at Duffy's, Union Lake . • . three
girls doing a fine job strolling
through the room, playing and sing-
ing while customers are invited to
sing along . . Larry Santos and
his group called Misty do their
great bit Tuesday through Satur-
day.
FROM JUST A pancake house
11 years ago, Uncle John's has
matured into a full family restau-
rant • . with c h i c k e n, fish,
shrimp, etc. to go with its 2 pan-
cake varieties, waffles, eggs and
so many other delights . . All
three Uncle John's, Eight Mile and
Greenfield, on Telegraph and Wood.
ward In Birmingham have been
newly decorated in keeping with
the famed Uncle John's motif of
absolute cleanliness.
BOB ANDERSON, handsome

young singer, continues at Dirty
Helen's in the Leland House down-
town.

IF EXTRAVAGANT DINING is
your fare, Bangkok is one place
you can find it . . . a major hotel
in that city specializes in a tradi-
tional Chinese "celestial empire"
dinner, a 108-course affair that
lasts two full days . . . The meal
is patterned after the table set for
5th Century Chinese emperors .. .
but it's a lot more expensive .. .
The bill for two is $1,000 . . . For
those shopping for bargains, it may
be advisable to avoid "celestial"
dining in Bangkok. ,

26—Friday, February 11, 1972

has "conquered" the Middle East.
The Elem Cucumber, noted for
its resistance to the cucumbei
mosaic virus, was introduced five
years ago in Israel, but only in
the last couple of years has it
slipped across the border.
It has reached Iran and the
Arab countries via the U.S. and
Holland, as well as via the admin.
istered areas, where it gained
rapid acceptance after the Six-Day
War, and then was taken over the
Jordan bridges to be planted in
nearby lands.

An optimist Is a guy who has
Complex chemical experiments
for which Weizmann Institute sci- never had much experience.
entists formerly required days on
—Don Marquis
end are now being carried out in
a matter of hours, and without
human intervention, thanks to the

new IBM 1800 computer and other
facilities of the Derrick Kleeman

OUR FAMOUS SUNDAY . . LY. •
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ROAST TURKEY With Dressiq,
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