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Friday, Mara 24,,
• Befrot Everything
By Danny Raskin
, who has brok!
at The Apartment
cjc with his trio for
thir "session in the last 12
NO W. Mettidiale am, mm mgagg
on s All told, though, Larry
4 h been there four times . . -
ante as a single to do owners
Ray Bressler and Jack Freed a
favor for a couple of days when
Tony and Carolyn were ill . .
brought his group in for a week
• . . a couple of more times after
He and the group are so good
that more in "self-defense" than
anything, because of the fantastic
\.A ‘j crowds, -Jack and Ray have a $1
cover charge on Fridays and Satur-
days during Larry's extended stay
1 8 r Woodward, 80.-6 &
with his "Group Called Misty"
very well-spent buck it is
OPEN-7-11)11eNS 1 and . a Larry's
first two singles re-
4 P.M; TO`4 1".M.
leased last year, "Now That I Have
Found You" -and "I Love You
NOW APPEAR/MG TRU MARCH 26
More Then Anything" both reach-
ed the top 10 in Detroit . . . and
his new one, "Touching You,"
• cocktails • Mie inn PEANUTS
• PIZZA, LASAGNA & VEAL PARMIGIANA
written by Larry, will be released
OR TRY altAlICES FAMOUS SANDWICHES.
nationally in a-few days on the Big
ALSO WINE -ON TAP.
• DELICATESSEN FAVORITES
., Tree Label, a subsidiary of Bell
• oto mae:satoort
■ Records . . . Both Larry and his
group are sensational . . . better
than ever . . . and put on three
Shows nightly that are scintillating
versions of entertainment at its
bouncing best . . . First "A Group
Called Misty" comes on and
rhythmizes with exceptional talent
for almost a half an hour ... Then
comes Larry with the Misty trio
still on stage to back his very ver-
satile and extremely pleasant abili-
ties for another effervescent half-
SURE THAT WAS a birthday
party for a bear at John Laffrey's
recently . . . It was Victor's 13th
birthday and he had a ball eating
the four cakes, candles and all,
ice cream and four bottles of beer
. . Victor was appearing at the
MYRON COHEN, who follows
Mitzi Gaynor into the Michigan
Palace, April 17, has a barrel of
comic gems and tells of the two
out-of-towners walking along the
Hudson River docks in New 'York.
. . . One pointed to a new freighter
in port and said, "See that trim-
looking ship taking on cargo? It's
Israeli." . . . "That's funny,"
puzzled the other. "It doesn't look
Jewish!" . . . Phyllis Diller, who
follows Myron into the Michigan
Palace, says, "A peeping Tom just
phoned, begging me to pull down
THE PINEAPPLES at Green-
field's Restaurants now are flown
in weekly from Hawaii . . . March
Special is 'Fisherman's Catch of
shrimp, scallops, haddock, potato,
health slaw, roll, butter and bev-
erage . . . $2.39. . . Banquet Co-
Fr, 5 to 50e P p
ordinator Tina (Zuppke) Zee has
Pork Inc; to , EvefvJeli
lots of space available for those
good parties she tosses in Birming-
ham and Oak Park.
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THAT NEW GROUP at Angel's
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Hour Glass is very good . . . The
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Gypsies, with Dottie Dunn . .
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playing a lot of wanted tempos in
complete audience satisfaction.
, VALERIE HILSEN Meets Amer-
I lean Royalty is the name of the
I the radio show getting so much
rave . . . It's on WBRB-FM,
Wednesday nights, 7 to 9 p.m....
with Valerie interviewing celebri-
ties in an informal way . . . and
they love to do her show . . . The
$ 1 99
4 ,.,, ..h.d petafte„ Tc...d
big names she has on is causing
Salad, Roll and Butter and
Catering •for Private
a huge leap in listening audience
I - . . and Valerie may go into tele-
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FO R PARTIES
OUR FAMOUS .SUNDAYY-ONLY
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Open Sundays and Holidays,
11 A.M. to 9 P.M.
CREDIT CARDS HONORED
Open 7 Days a Week
11 am- to 9p.m.
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FASHION SHOWS TUESDAY 12 NOON
CHARCOAL PORTRAITS BY GORDON SHULTE SUNS. 4 P.M.
DINNERS — LUNCHEONS — COCKTAILS
YOUR GUIDE TO
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24535 West Twelve Mile Reed, West of Telegraph Rood
Full course Chinese & American Luncheons & Dinners
• Daily 11 AM. to Midnight
• Fri. & Sat. 11 to 2 A.M.
• Sun. Noon to 10:30 P.M
(facilities available for private parties,
sweet sixteens, showers, meetings, etc.(
Also China City (#1) 1070 W. Huron Si, Pontiac Phone 681-1122
3140 Second Blvd.
at Seville Hotel
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OUR BEAUTIFUL TEMPLE ROOM IS
DELIGHTFUL FOR SWEET SIXTEENS,
SHOWERS AND PRIVATE PARTIES.
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Open Daily 11
11 p.m. — Sat. 11
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Open Men. MN W. 11 a.m-1T
Men.• Fri., Ser. II .m.-Midnight
Sunday N•en-11 p.m.
16337 W. McNICHOLS RD.
13715 W. 9 MILE ROAD, OAK PARK
PIPING HOT TAKE OUTS
KING LIM'S GARDEN
OPEN 7 DAYS
Authentic Mandarin & Cantonese Food
8410 W. NINE MILE RD., OAK PARK
FOR TIM LISTEN= AO
KOW KOW INN, INC.
Carry Out Service
Catering to Parties
Open 11 e.ad. to
2 •.m. Deily
Famous Chop Suey • Cantonese Food • Steak. • Chops • Sea Food
CARRY OUT SERVICE
332 W. McNichols, Between Woodward and Second
LEWIS UM COrdially Invit•s'You to
CANTONESE AND AMERICAN
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30687 GRAND RIVER — MItAW4GTON — AMPLE PARKING 477-5646
1 BEN NADLER writes of a sea-
food place in Sheepshead Bay that
g advertises as "The House of Eel
A REGULAR PATRON at the
Gold Key Inn told bossman Tom
Williams that he and his girl can't
seem to agree on wedding plans
... "She wants a big wedding with
ushers and bridesmaids—and I just
don't want to get married."
IN EATERIES THAT serve other
than American dishes, ask for as-
- instance . . . The management
would rather you did than choose
`??Wrongly and go away disappointed.
DON'T KNOW where the same
epees frank but a Hilty piny
remits highon the guest favorite -
Dot at Stmoffer's ... For their
atigisaI cocktail, take 1/4 es.
Grenadine, 44 oz. Hine Juice
ad-l1/4 ono. apricot brandy .. .
Shake with cracked ice and
strain into a cocktail glass.
JACKIE GLEASON is said to
have stepped up to a bar in Miami
Ale-ach's Fontainbleau Hotel and
demanded a martini made of
24 parts gin, one part vermouth.
- . The bartender. startled but
game, said, "Coming up. Like a
sliie of lemon peel twist in it?"
. . . Snapped Gleason, "If I want
a lemonade, I'll ask for it."
CANTONESE awl AMERICAN RESTAURANT—LOUNGE
NORTHLAND CENTER LOT 0
SUNDAY from 1110 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Monday-Thursday 11 am. to 12 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11 am. to 1 a.m.
Luncheon, Family Dinners, Parties, After-Theater Snacks. Cocktails
and Carry Outs
authentic Cantonese Food
25290 ODD, Neer 10 Mile Rd.
Also Solving Businossmon Lunches
and American Food
MON,FRL, 11 A.M. to 1040 P.M.
SAT., 11 A.M. to 1 A.M.
SUN., 12 NOON to 10 P.M.
Carry Oat Somas
20441 W. MILE RD., 4 ills. W. of Evergreen
11203 W. 10 MIN Rd. at Southfield
Serving Weight Watcher Dinners
Cantonese Family INnnera
Orders To Take Out
7 DAYS A WEEK
Mon. thru Fri. 11.10:30 p.m.
Sat, 104 am. Sun. 12-Noon-10 p.m.
SUSINESSMEWS SPECIAL LUNCH