THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
44—Friday, March '17, '1972
ONE OF DETROIVS FINEST SUPPER CLUB LOUNGES
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At The Keyboard
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YOUR GUIDE TO
The Pest of Everything
By Danny Raskin
plause was `from Northgate _Deli- --
THE FABULOUS Duke Ening--
ton, who premieres the lavish, catessen because of its huge legal -
new Michigan Palace Mardi _27, is. Weight Wateher menu . . . .-Weight
Exciting! Newt Redirnt;
a many of Many "firsts" ... Duke _Watcher bead:,:Florine Mark, re-
of Telegraph Reed
ceived__-March of Dimes Distin-
2453V - at TY:itive MU* Med.:West
Luncheons & Dinners
is the first composer/artist - to be .
Award and the
Full course Chinese & American -
credited with over 5,000 composi- •uiihed Service- -
Lions, he is also among the first Weight Watcher lunch was good,
of the great jazz/dance/sWing especially the apple pie.
• Daily 11 A.M . -to Midnight
• Fri. 0. gat. 11 to 2
I JOHN R
bands to break into the public's....WALTRAUD
HEUGH is a wait-
• • Sun. Noon to <facilities
at Sila Pizzeria oni12 Mile in.
available for private .'a , astles,
attention in the- mid '205
sweet sixteens, showers, meetings. etc-)
.doing. an excellent
one of the two great' black 'orches- Berkley, .and,
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job laf,pleaiingtewner Guido Cun- -
Also Chios thy (#1)1970 W. Herat Sf; Pontiac Phinw 681-1122
tras to be continually in operation
since its inception . . . Actually, daris' fine customers. Only here
Bill (Count) Basle didn't hit the ''Since August of last year, from
Henry. -Yee's : -
bigtime until 1936, while Duke and Frankfurt, Germany. where she
One of America's fin-
his Washingtonians were hard at was a secretary *lib Mattel Toys
in superior cantonese
, it back as early as 1926. About his and met her husband of one year
` I* Ihninevalse's leachem
compositions, around 25 Years:ago, 'ago. 'Americans call her "Trudy"
It- Ohieg Gangs
MO Second Blvd. TE 141775
OUR MIAUTIFuL - TEMPLE' ROOM-IS
• 1ey in his "Believe and the bright, smiling personality
R o bert
DELIGHTFUL FOR SWEET SIXTEENS, -
at Seville Hotel
It or Not" itemed that Duke could of this lass goes well with the goo
--SHOWERS AND PRIVATE` PARTIES.
1 Ilk. N. of
...- THE GYPSYS.
masonic Temple Ponca!
play his tunes 24 - hours a day for food at Sila's.
NIGHT CLUB ;
Jour days without repeating him- CoOper:
WHEN DINING at a true Mexi_ note . . He has ascertained that
to 2 &an-
op4 n wily 11- 11 .m M 11 p.m•
wise to re- the Jewish veople eat more Ch i-
Carry Out Senile*
can restaurant, it i
.= 16600 W. Nkiniehels
food th an the Chinese and 12715
W. 9 MILE R
6 Dim W. -of Seer•tleld
are very spicy, others not so spicy more Italian
Open NM,. Nun. Pled. 11 4.......1114.1 1.
. . . Should the Jewish people de-
Thum, hi., Se. 11 a.sn•-Mielnipht
. . . If you have a delicate diges-
Sundae Neen4 I p.m.
tive system, avoid the spicy foods
cide to "they'd
PIPING .HOT .TAKE OUTS -
. . . The best thing for newcomers
t f business?"
BR 34332 .
ipECIAlrONO D4 cm/mask Poop:-
to _order is the combination plate HOTEL ST. REGIS reports many
of tostados, tacos , enchiladas
OVER 700 GALS and a very few a result of their Jewish News ad
that asked, "Is it okay to have a
guys at the recent Wght
Mitzva ' in a hotel named for
Celebrity Luncheon and Fashion Bar
a saint?" . . . But, not only has it
NINE MILE RD ,13AK PARK
Except at the head tables, fashion broiight party reservations, the ad
I Carry Om Service
, or. nq•
Ca _ tering to Parties
show ..was an accent on "loiers"' has
taa.—Neers- 1 0 put.
.- . - with all the lassies minus much
poundage and looking mighty trim. • • The Bar Mitzva boy was Bill
Fifty door prizes and a lot of din- Pradv, the 12-year-old son of Susan
and Norm Prady, who has confused
ners, but the one with most ap- some friends a bit because he won't
Famous Chop Suey-TW- Cantonese, Fetid • Steaks • Chops' • Sea Food''
' be a Bar Mitzva boy until June 1973.
sn W. McNichels„Sehat•e Woodward and Second
. . . A pair of loving grandmas '
were played by_Fannie -Gold and
LEWIS UM Cordially Invitos • You to
a real aunt, Sylvia Frady : Bill's
1 Open 7Ders A IMesk Nei
lam* ma Diary
"mother" was Fannie's daughter,
LIMN OF FARMINGTON
Micki Grossman . . . Every time
lanquat feSirenes Available
the ad runs, the three ladies get
Far 100 hanks
hehramg Tyre Dinh.. Poems avi fueris Drinks
calls from crushed friends who ask .
.ke Om Cocktail Was.* for Year DisNif Pleasure.
why they weren't invited to the
CAM OW AND CAT/01010 SRVKI
celebration . . . Naturally, when -
FARMINGTON — AMPLE PARKING 477-5646 •
the lades explain that it wasn't
really a Bar Mitzva, it was an ad,
the friends are relieved . . .
tells some, "We were gOing to
invite you, but then we decided to
keep it very small ... just the four
of us and the photographer?'
LARRY 'SANTOS and his group-
called Misty opened at The-Apart-
ment Lounge, last Tuesday, to a
CANTONESE owl -AMBRIC.AN RESTAURANT-4.0UNGE
vibrant, crowd - that - thrilled to the
NORTIILANDS8NTER LOT 8)
rock of his every rhythm . . . and
SUNDAY from 1:00 PAU to MOO- p.m.; Monday -Thursday 11 am, to 17 Pm.
Friday end Saturday 11 am, to 1 a.m.
Larry has plenty of it! . . . He's
Luncheon, Family Dinners, Parties, After-Theater Snacks, Cocktails
one of the most entertaining and
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and he brought lovely
and Carry Mt.
- versatile singers • in the business
today . . . diversifying his style
authentic Cantonese Food- ;
from rock to folk to pop to ballad
and standard . . - Larry's appeal
is for everybody, both young and
here lo the Sundog Restaurant.
old . . . and he sways his leather
rPow whether you dine
pants with deep feeling of every
note that comes out of his mouth.
on our fantastic combinations
HELEN UMULIS is working
of Maine Lobster, Steaks -
25298 GRERNRILD, Mori° Miki Rd.
hard to bring the original Adam's
froglegs and Shrimps Orly,
Also Serving Businessmen Luneires
Rib back to its good days of for-
build your own salad,
and American Food
mer times . . . and the results are
MOH.-FRI., 11 A.M. hs_10:30 P.M.
slowly being shown at her carry-
or just relax
- SAT.. 11 A.M. to 1 'A M.
with our 150% collosal cocktails,
SUN., 13. NOON to 10 P.M. ,
Cony Out Service
you have Marilyn who will
THE GYPSIES are name of new
OPEN 7- DAYS
entertain you to make the
group opening tonight at Angel's
Hour Glass . . . Tommy Kalla!o;
piano, Gene Kallao, drums, Frank
And We just invented spring!
Garber, :lead and bass guitars, and
Watch for it; well have the.,
Dottie. Dunn, vibraphone.
a:MILE RD., 4 SD*, W. Ewitoroes: -
first edition out on March 20t"
MARILYN ELLIS, singer-guitar-
amm waxot Fa wa tcher
ist, opened Monday at the Sundog
Orders T i milyce-Oet
OPIEN DAYS A IVSZIL
For Reservations call
FRANKBERTUCCI won't take
Mon. thins- FrL -11-11k11, pie.
rug. •rpm. 224400D.Ilk. p.m.
a back seat to anyone in the South-
ChleismAgelaidei: itasempaist.., fat:
field area when it comes to carry
Rd. at EarlIiffeld susseassomers SPECIAL LUNCH I
lOSS W. se
out pizza, ribs and - other Italian
. dishes . . . froth his spot called
Lil Lea's on Telegraph.
NOA KOW INN
KIM S CARDEN -
:.GARDE, . A„crE c 4,7p,„
Autheatiiinandarin & Cantonese Food
GA RUBB ER DUCKY
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