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June 19, 1987 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-19

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The Pike Street Restaurant
CHEF
BRIAN POLCYN

There's
Hidden Money
In Your
Closet!

SUMMER SPECIALS

Reservations:

334-7878

18 West Pike Street off Wide Track (Woodward) • Pontiac

+000.000000000004

L.

, HAVING A
GRADUATION
IP PARTY?

CALL US FOR ALL—
YOUR NEEDS

SELL IT FAST

In Our
Amazing Marketplace

354-6060

THE JEWISH NEWS

"Please,
my little
girl needs
blood'.'

Complete Custom Catering Available

ALL AREA DELI TRAY
COUPONS HONORED

WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!

• NO OTHER COUPONS• 01 ,1,ER GOOD ONLY AT BREAD BASKET II

BR iN EADT, BASK ,Ez T A II

Imagine if you had to ask for blood
to save the life of someone you love.
Next time the American Red Cross
asks, give blood, please.

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

32839 Northwestern Hwy.
S. of 14 Mile

626-6674
000+000•000004.••••••

GIVE BLOOD, PLEASE

American
Fted Cross

Suddenly it's Summer

New Menu for Lunch and
Dinner including
"Heart Smart" Selections






ittarilus


.

Baked Broiled Scrod
Lemon Broiled Chicken
Broiled Steak Salad
Warm Poulet Salad

In addition to our other menu favorites, new salads for spring.

6560 Orchard Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield 626-1587

Reservations recommended

58

Friday, June 19, 1987

Mon.-Fri. 11:30-10:00 p.m.
Sat. 5:00-11:00 p.m., Sun. 4-8 p.m.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin

Continued from preceding page

invites you to enjoy his innovative cuisine

TUES. ..CHEF'S SPECIAL 6-COURSE DINNER
WED. . WILD GAME NIGHT
FINE DINING ... CATERING ... BANQUET FACILITIES

ENTERTAINMENT

his n _ eck . . . given to him by
Joey Bishop.
Buddy Hackett at the Sahara
is funniest when he stays clean
. . . like telling of a movie role
where he played the part of Sit-
ting Bull, and was so convinc-
ing that six cows asked for his
autograph . . . Joan Rivers at
the Desert Inn doesn't think
her parents appreciated her
when she was a kid . . . "On
Halloween," recalls Joan, "they
used to send me out as is" .. .
Joan herself isn't too en-
thusiastic about the sex-mad
movies of today . . . "I saw one
so dirty last week," she said,
"that even the couples in the
balcony were watching it."
Circus Circus is a complete
show world in itself . . . outstan-
ding acts going on seemingly at
all times . . . and so much fun
for everyone.
The crowds that packed The
Frontier's Music Hall to see
Wayne Newton whooped it up
for this remarkable performer
. . . with the showmanship that
has made him a box office
blockbuster affecting audiences
to the point that response to his
every note and move sounds
like a revival meeting.
Story making the rounds of
Las Vegas is about an over-
enthusiastic booking agent who
sold a new crooner to one of the
small hotel proprietors for a big
weekend on the promise that he
was "another Frank Sinatra"
. . . Ten days later, the agent
called the proprietor again to
tell him he just had signed up
"another Sammy Davis Jr." .. .
"All right," said the owner.
"Send him up at once. We just
fired Sinatra?'
MAIL DEPT. ... "Lowry's
Restaurant on Hiller Road has
the best waitresses in town.
Sweet, helpful and the food is
wonderful. So is owner Dan
Lowry."
Mary Lou Weiss

CHILDREN'S ENTER-
Company,
TAINMENT
directed by Henry K. Martin is
again at the Jewish Communi-
ty Center on Maple and Drake
. . . Present production in the
popular summer series is
Rumplestiltskin.
FIRST TIME that a private
club opens its doors to the
public is jazz series by The
University Club on E. Jefferson
. . . It's Thursday nights, with
next attraction the Trinidad
Tripoli Steel Band.
NO MORE Sunday nights un-
til fall . . . at Panache on Wood-
ward in Birmingham.
DENNIS WOLFBERG,
former New York
schoolteacher, is the funny gent
at Northwood Inn, home of
Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle
on Woodward and Catalpa
(11 1/2 Mile).
GAEL GREENE, former
localite daughter of the late
Nat Greene, authoress and
New York Magazine restaurant
reviewer, says . . . "My respon-
sibility is to get a true sense of

a place and to convey the way
it feels to be there, to give you
an idea of whether you would
want to be there, whether it is
worth the money, to discover
new places, to expose those that
are frauds in some way. I don't
bother with the small fry, a lit-
tle restaurant that is not good
and just appears on the scene.
It is going to make it because
it will suit some need of the
neighborhood or it will disap-
pear — it doesn't need to be hit
with a cannon. But a
restaurant that opens with a
great deal of publicity and
flash, and isn't good, should be
commented on."

MISS MICHIGAN UNITED
1987 Beauty Pageant . . . is
June 24 . . . at Premier Center
on Van Dyke in Sterling
Heights.

Oak Park Has
Ethnic Festival

Oak Park's fourth annual
international ethnic festival
will be celebrated June 28 at
David Shepherd Park. The
event will feature a variety of
entertainment, food and ex-
hibits.
Festival Chairman Charles
Knoppow announced that the
entertainment will include
Jewish, Polynesian, Chinese,
Polish, Afro-American,
Yugoslavian, East Indian,
Chaldean and • Native Ameri-
can music and dancing.
Among the media per-
sonalities will be Byron and
Jo Jo MacGregor and Ted
Anthony.

Radio Series
Wins Honors

"One People, Many Voices," a
National Public Radio series on
Jewish music produced by the
National Foundation for Jewish
Culture,_ has been named the
winner of the Arts and
Humanities Award from The
Corporation for Public Broad-
casting (CPB).
The radio program, which
was narrated by Theodore
Bikel, also received top honors
for Arts and Humanities in the
Ohio State Awards competition
sponsored by the Institute for
Education by Radio-Television
at Ohio State University.

Oak Park To Have
Three-Mile Race

Oak Park Department of
Recreation will conduct its
14th annual "Mayor's Three
Mile Run" on July 5. The
race will be held at the Oak
Park Community Center,
14300 Oak Park Blvd., in the
parking lot adjacent to the
tennis courts.
There is an entry fee. For
information, call the depart-
ment of recreation, 545-6400.

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