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February 20, 1987 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-20

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One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most Beautiful
and Exciting Restaurant-Lounges

Danny Raskin

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Friday . . . 11:30 to 2:30 .. .
Owner is smiling Manuel
Chavez . . . More smiles since
receiving his liquor license.
correct name of owner at Sara's
Deli, Coolidge and Ten Mile .. .
which will soon go strictly
kosher . . . Errata on name last
week had brother Marty
Goodman who owns Lou's Deli.

available for your
favorite occasion every Sunday (all day)
and Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvah
• Shower
• Birthday

• Bat Mitzvah
• Banquet
• Sweet 16

• Wedding
• Anniversary
• Reunion

Tui eax takeout Rudy Tuve, sit cal cabs
is gem haste m

call your host
PAT ARCHER: 358-3355

28875 Franklin Rd. at Northwestern & 12 Mile
Southfield, MI


(formerly Carl's Kansas City)
will have Ricky Dee and the
220 Band this coming Satur-
day (Feb. 28) 9 p.m. to 2 p.m .. .
.It's on 14 Mile Rd., one block
east of John R.

LASALLE? ... Okay, all you

1940s trivia mavens . . . You
kow that Club LaSalle was
Central High's nationally rec-
ognized (and maybe the first)
student nightclub during
World War II . . . Sure, you
know it was created to give re-
stless teens a wholesome place
to channel their "wild" energy
. . . lest they become, heaven
forbid, "juvenile delinquents"
. . . That's easy . . . But let's get
serious . . . Who were the Club
LaSalle emcees? (no points for
mentioning Jimmy Lipton and
Al Vinocur; any Central grad
of the time knows that) .. .
Who were some of the student
floor show acts? . . . How often
was the club opened, and for
how many years? . . . Which
night of the week and where
did it take place?
If you know the answers,
don't tell me . . . call Florence
LoPatin . . . When she heard
that the posh new Embassy
Suites Hotel in Southfield was
naming one of its fun spots
LaSalle's Nightclub, Florence
had a brainstorm . .. Why not
try to bring the old Club
LaSalle back for one
nostalgia-filled night in the
brand-new nightclub? . . . She
contacted the hotel's owners
for permission to use the room
. . . and got it . . . But F`O
realized a lot more had to be
done . . . With the help of some
friends, a committee was setup
to get the project started .. .
And now they need your help.
If you have any information
about the people and/or history
of Club LaSalle, get in touch
. . . So far, • they managed to
reach Al Vinocur, who was de-
lighted with the idea . . . The
Southfield adman agreed to
recreate his emcee role if
enough of the original acts and
participants can be found .. .
So call Florence with your
snippets for her not-so-trivial
pursuit back to the future .. .
at 352-4747.


What's the difference
between Chopped Liver
and Chop Suey?

Find out at Henry Yee's newest eating
adventure, Shanghai Shapiro's.

Introducing a Sunday All-You-Can-Eat
Brunch Buffet, from 10 a.m. 2 p.m.,
Only $6.95.


Open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through
Sunday. Chinese and Deli carryout, catering
and delivery also available.

6724 Orchard Lake Road • West Bloomfield, Ml 48033 • (313) 855-8433
(South of Maple in the West Bloomfield Plaza)


Friday, February 20, 1987


WILLIAMS are the proud dis-

tributors of what many agree
may be among the best potato
chips and snack foods they
have yet tasted . . . The couple
believe in Grandma Shearer's
products so much that a year
ago this past March they sold
their home in Ohio where

Shearer's is headquartered,
left family and friends and
came to Michigan . . . They
have known Grandma and her
family for over 20 years and
watched the company grow
right out of her living room and
dining room to the location in
Brewster, Ohio where 130
people are employed.
Grandma Shearer's chips
are special hand-cooked with
an old-fashioned taste .. .
There's even a chip that is
cooked in peanut oil for a really
different savory sensation .. .
All chips are low in sodium (at
least half as others) without
losing that salty taste . . . and
Grandma Shearer's has gone a
step further with the addition
of kosher.


romantic comedy about two
strangers meeting, forming a
business, becoming lovers,
breaking up and getting back
together again in the course of
one snowy evening . . . is now
at Somerset Dinner theatre .. .
by Jimmy Launce Productions,
Friday and Saturday evening
. . . 6 p.m.dinner at Sebastian's
and show, $29.50; 7 p.m.
dinner at Cafe Jardin's and
show, $22.50; 7:30 and 8:15
shows only, $10.
Laws and Jean Carnes will be
at Premier Center on Van
Dyke in Sterling Heights this
Thursday . . . two shows, 7:30
p.m. and 10:30 p.m . . . .tickets
$12.75 each.

HIT musical Evita opens a

four-week engagement at
Birmington Theatre, March
13-April 12.
The 1980 musical by Tim
Rice and Andrew Lloyd Web-
ber (composer of Cats, won
seven Tony Awards including
best musical.
Evita is the powerful story of
a poor girl from the bottom of
the heap . . . a second-rate ac-
tress and prostitute . . . who at-
tained a position of unparal-
leled power, idolized by the
people of Argentina . . . Her
charismatic style and steely
will far outshone her husband,
Argentine dictator Juan Pe-
Florence Lacey, who starred
as Evita on Broadway and in
three national companies, will
play the role at Birmingham
Theatre. .. Her Broadway
debut as Irene Molloy with
Carol Channing in- the revival
ofHello, Dolly! won her the
Theatre World Award.
Mrs. Kwik Copy in West
Bloomfield Plaza on Orchard
Lake Rd. comes in handy .. .
Sign says, "Need a penny?
Take one. Have a penny, leave
one for next time" . . . Custom-
ers take them when needed for
change . . . and sometimes
even throw loose pennies "in
the kitty." . . . Just about
everybody who shops has found
themselves a penny short at


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