ORCHARD MALL, Orchard Lake Rd. at Maple
Gourmet Oriental-American Food
and asks what they are. Tor
many of our customers this -
represents an exotic cuisine:
"The hours — Sunday
through Thursday — are not
typical either," but at the time
she wrote that "Hundley said
that Cummings and she may
try serving dinner late on
Saturday evenings, after 8 p.m.
The menu is more limited, the
food is brighter and more at-
tractive and the portions are
smaller than in a typical
kosher restaurant. 'We are not
what most people expect in a
kosher restaurant: Hundley
remarked, 'and we do not in-
tend to change: "
TIME WAS when prohibi-
tion was a disaster for many .. .
but the owners of night clubs in
Manhattan never had it so good
. . . either before or since.
Consider the attractions they
could afford to book . . . all in
New York, and all flourishing
at the same time . . . The Heigh
Ho Club fgatured the dancing
of Fred and Adele Astaire, plus
the warbling of Rudy Vallee .. .
Libby Holman starred at the
Lido and Beatrice Lillie at the
Sutton Club . . . At the Fifty-
fourth Street Place, Helen
Morgan held forth, and Sid
Silvers and Phil Baker starred
at the Little Club . . . Joe Fisco
was the stuttering host at the
Back Stage and Clayton, Jack-
son and Durante were smash-
ing furniture at the Club
Durante . . . Add to all these
celebrities Paul. Whiteman at
the Frolic and Clifton Webb at
No place has had such a
lineup comparable to this until
Las Vegas . Sammy Davis,
Jr., Buddy Hackett, Sadler and
Young, Fats Domino, Wayne
Newton, Jack Carter, Joan
Rivers, Abbe Lane, Pat Copper,
Johnnie Ray, Slappy White,
Allen and Rossi, Bobbie Gentry,
Paul Anka, Elvis Presley, lbny
Orlando, John Davidson, Jackie
Kahane, etc., etc., etc. . . . some
good , lounge acts and the
always fine variety shows.
At Caesar's Palace while. I
was there, Paul Anka filled the
audience with a piercing
silence as he opened on a
classical piano command . . .
before sauntering in front of the
50-piece orchestra and bringing
the house down . . . His ar-
rangements are brilliant and
he leaves the stage to sing on
the audience" levels. -
Jack Carter, on the bill with
Paul, told of flight passengers
and remarked, "When you get
off the plane and walk into the
`oven' at the airport, you
wonder if the pilot flew too
Sammy Davis Jr. at the Sands
is billed just as "Sammy" .. .
Considered the highest paid
performer on the strip, he is a
masterful entertainer of which
little can be said except that
Sammy is sensational . . . He
wears a Magen David around
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