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November 20, 1981 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS . Friday, November 20, 19131 35

Comedians,
Magic Shows
at Stafford's

Tickets are available at
Maxim Shostakovich, son
of the noted Russian com- the Ford Auditorium box
poser Dimitri Shostakovich, office.
will replace Eugene Or-
mandy on the podium at the
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra concerts 8:30 p.m.
today and Saturday at Ford
Auditorium. Southfield High School
The conductor's son will will present "Games People
perform his grandfather's Play" 8 p.m. today and
"Second Piano Concerto." Saturday in the SHS au-
The all-Shostakovich pto- ditorium.
gram also will feature the
There is a charge, and
suite from the ballet "The tickets are available at the
Golden Age" and "Sym- box office one hour before
phony No. 5 in D Minor." curtain.

rTherilest of Everything

Comedy Capers will pre-
sent Tim Lilly 8:45 and
LILLY LANGTREE
10:45 p.m. today and Satur- must have lived a charmed
day at Stafford's in the Or- life while she was the belle
chard Mall.
of two continents. -
Al Aprill and Marty
Both the former owner
Micoli also will be featured. and present owners of Dar-
Stafford's Kids Cabaret at lin' Lilly's . . . Orchard
1 p.m. Saturdays presents a Lake Rd. near 13 Mile . .
magic show, luncheon and a have carried on the tradi-
free birthday cake to par- tion that made her famous
ties. Sunday programs will . . . a love of life and people.
be held starting in De-
First there was Pat
cember,
Campbell with her efferves-
For reservations for any cent ways . . . and now,
of the programs call Staf- soon to celebrate Darlin'
ford's, 851-8952.
Lilly's first anniversary in
January, are wife and
Outmanned
hubby Chris and Steve
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The Mikailovich making so
London Strategic Institute many friends in the eve-
says that Israel has a stand- nings . . . and partners Eva
ing army of 170,000 com- and Danny Spasovski hold-
pared to the Arab states' ing the fort with sage busi-
standing armies of 1.7 mil- ness know-how during the
day.
lion.
That great marquee
Deference often shrinks spelling out Darlin' Lil-
and withers as much upon ly's still lights up the out-
the approach of intimacy, as side in splendorous fash-
the sensitive plant does ion . . . as the nitery has
upon the touch of one's become an even more
finger.
popular "in" place for

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Shostakovich Conducts DSO

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DINNERS AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES!

BROILED WHITE FISH . . . $345
$345
SHISH KEBOB
$295
LIVER & ONIONS
4 OZ. BROILED BREAST OF
$255
CHICKEN . . . wisaiad & veg

No coupons or discounts on specials

BREAKFAST SPECIALS 1 DAYS ;it::

Every Friday
we show off
our legs.

Our
Fabuloiis Friday
Fish Feast

is simply swimming
with exquisite ocean

entrees! Indulge in our
"all you can sat"
buffet every Friday
from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Adults $11.95. Children under
12 $6.95. For reservations
call 559-6500 and ask for
the Coffee Garden.

16400 J.L. Hudson Drive

Southfield. Michigan

meeting people . . . plus
now having an extensive
menu for better dining
. . . that includes not just
sandwiches and'a couple
of specials . . . but
dinners . .. as well as a
lot of side complements
to satisfy palates of all
tastes.
There's love seats in the
cocktail lounge where a
piano bar used to be set . . .
Live music is now in the din-
ing room . . . The chec-
kered tablecloths are gone
. . . and in their place . . .
so much more conducive-for
dining . . . are solid red
tablecloths, candlelight and
fresh flowers . . . The red
cloths carry out the new
theme of dining . . . plus
sandwiches, omelettes,
daily quiches, catch of the
day, etc . . . and that delici-
ous dessert of desserts made
in Darlin' Lilly's kitchen
. its wonderfully
yummy Banana Split Cake
that can be gotten nowhere
else but at the Orchard
Lake spot.
All four owners are
former donut shop bosses
. and Chris worked as a
waitress in a northwest
locale to learn the restau-
rant business from the front
. . . This tremendous asset
gives her an excellent ad-
vantage . . . knowing how
to treat her employees .
having such a great rapport
. . . and most important,
realizing the needs of cus-
tomers.
Darlin' Lilly's seats 225
including the popular
cocktail lounge . . . and it is
a fun place that will soon
also have a dance floor in
the dining room for those
who already get up and
dance among the tables.
Entertainment is by
one of the premier groups
in the Metropolitan De-
troit area . . . The Loving
Cup . . . performing
Tuesdays through
Saturdays with much
crowd-pleasing musical
gems.
Singing four-part har-
mony with excellent voc-
alist Marlene Mill are . .
Danny Jordon, piano; Steve
Allen, bass; and Max
Kolomitz, drums . . Each
also does solo vocal rendi-
tions . . . plus playing
music for everyone . . .
standards, show tunes, la-
tin, soft jazz, oldies, rhythm
and blues, etc.
Marlene is superb as
usual . . . and most
entertaining with express-
ive eyes and dancing body
that move with rhythmic
accompaniment as she
weaves through tunes like
"Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,"
"My Endless Love," "New
York, New York," "She's
Got Bette Davis Eyes,"
"Second Hand Rose," "My
Way," "Celebration,"
"People." etc., etc., etc . .
cuddling the mike while
projecting her ability with
dramatic clarity and feel-
ing.
Against the stone-faced
wall background and

painted photo of Lilly
Langtree . The Loving
Cup stands out with much
musical finesse.
On Monday evenings,
Marty Parker and guitar is
in the lounge.
Every night is party
time at Darlin' Lilly's, but
this Monday is a Tequila
Party . . . country-
western . . , with prize
for best boots, best cow-
boy hat, etc . . . and
Marty at the guitar.
Darlin' Lilly's makes
people happy . . . because
it's like they've been invited
to someone's home . . . And
you can't beat an atmos-
phere where love of people
predominates.
LES GRUBER, owner of
London Chop House, is at
Georgian East Nursing
Home . . . 21401 Mack
Ave., Grosse Pointe, Mich.

Southfield High
Shows 'Games'

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Reservations:
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that's
ONE NIGHT
all for the big George Young
and the Youngsters reunion
at Pier 500 in Wyandotte
. . For sometime, George
has been writing and acting
in TV commercials . . .
while the Youngsters were
renamed Dennis Rome &
Co. . . . George and the
Youngsters had been at Pier
500 for eight years.
GOOD WAITRESS
DEPT. . . . Catherine
Reichling . days at
Standard Club North on
Northwestern Hwy.. . . an
Irish lassie with a big smile
. . much competency and
efficiency to go with her
gracious manners.
SORRY CHARLEY
. . not the tuna, but Char-
ley Manos of the Detroit
News . . . He was alone in
selecting number seven as
the winner in the dance con-
test at WJR's Big Band
Bash of '81 to benefit Music
Hall . . . All the other
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MON.-SAT. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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Plus A 160-Room Hotel For Your Guests

Call
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DINNER

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