THE JEWISH NE
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32-Friday, September 3, 1965
By Danny Raskin
2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.
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a little bit of everything
Dinner at DARBY'S
is a real treat
Visit Our New
Lounge and Bar
Snacks . .
IN ORDER TO EQUIP ourselves,
we take field trips from time to
time to ethnic communities within
the heart of Detroit that differ
from our own predominantly An-
glo-Saxon culture . . . It was just
such high-minded sociological in-
stinct that led us one evening to
the Cedars Lounge, 74 W. Colum-
bia . . . First, we enjoyed a pot-
pourri of Middle East food that was
at once exotic and yet not totally
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Res. UN 2-7642
• BANQUET FACILITIES
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING 1
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455
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You're entering the dunes in Las Vegas and eating at Omar
Khayyam's in San Francisco . . . when you visit America's newest
and most beautiful theatre restaurant.
50 MANCHESTER BETWEEN DAVISON AND 6 MILE
Just East of Woodward in Highland Park
THREE FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY
TO 6-4333 or TO 6.7631
Available for 10 to 200
Complejt Corry Out Dinners • Free DellY•)
18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
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EL_____ _J CI
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST DAILY
AT 6 A.M.
15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
(Just East of Greenfield
COME JOIN US FOR LUNCH,
DINNER OR AFTER-THEATRE
• STEAKS • SALADS
• SHAKES • SANDWICHES
Every Wednesday All the
Buttermilk Pancakes You
Other Detroit and
1360 S. Woodward
An enchanting atmosphere
W. Warren at Miller Road
unfamiliar . . . For an appetizer
DEARBORN'S FINEST THEATRE
we agree on the humous be
tahanie . . . This dish consists of
mashed chick peas and sesame Tues. thru Fri. 7:30, 10:00 P.M. Sat. 1:25,
6:10, 8:30 10:50 P.M. Sun. and La-
seed butter and in this case, was 3:45,
bor Day 2:10, 4:45, 7:20 and 10:00
lightly dusted with paprika . . .
"The Knack and How to Get It"
Dipping the unleavened Lebanese
bread in this visually uninspiring MAI KAI
Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
but marvelous tasting spread
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
makes a perfect beginning for
Cooled to Your Comfort
Marion Brando & Yul Brynner
what is to follow . .. Next we or-
"The Saboteur" Code Name-
dered shish kebab for our entree
and several side dishes including
& SAT. open 5:15 shown 5:45, 8:10,
baked kibbey, stuffed grape leaves, FRI.
10:35 SUN & MON. open 12:45 shown
stuffed cabbage and stuffed fin- 1:05, 3:25, 5:50, 8:20, 10:40 TUES. WED.
ger squash . . . The entree was THUR. open 6:15 shown 7:05, 9:30.
served with small portions of green
beans that looked conventional
enough but possessed of a tart
At Grand Circus
taste that seemed a perfect added GRAND CIRCUS Park, WO 1-3240
A daring Master Spy . . . A Case Hard-
touch . . . The lamb itself, cooked
ened Nazi Captain . . .
Marlon Brando & Yul Brynner
as it was on a skewer with chunks
"THE SABOTEUR" Code name
of green pepper, tomato and onion
was a succulent treat not wanting FRI. & SAT. 11:05, 1:17, 3:41, 6:05, 8:29,
10:53 SAT. THRU THUR. 11:35, 2:10,
for anything . . . The side dishes 4:45, 7:20, 9:55
Wed. Ladies' Matinee 50c
stole the show . . . Baked kibbey,
if you have never tried it, is worth
Grand Circus Park
the price of admission, and the WO 1-8525 Box office open 12-9 p.m.
stuffed grape leaves, cabbage and
Reserved seats only
"THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN
squash are genuine treats . . . For
THEIR FLYING MACHINES
dessert we enjoyed a serving of Or How I Flew From London To Paris
In 25 Hours And 11 Minutes"
baklawa . . . The native dances
Matinees Daily at 2 p.m.-Evenings,
from the Middle East are highly Sun. at 7:30 p.m.-Mon. thru Thurs. at
spirited. As an art form, this danc- 8 p.m.-Fri. and Sat. at 8:30 p.m.-Tic-
kets Now at Box Office-Also by Mail
ing dates back to the days of Solo- or at All Sears Stores and at Hudson's
mon and Sheba, and has changed Downtown, Northland and Eastland!
very little over the thousands of FOX • • • 2211 Woodward-WO 1.9494
years that have passed . . . The
Expose of small-town savagery &
music, strange and haunting,
"That Lorna Girt"'-
played by a lute. a derbeky and
Lorna Maitland in
tambourine, is fast and the beat
"ROPE OF FLESH"
is furious . . . Proprietor of the
Cedars is "Chuck" Joseph.
BONDED WHISKEY is a straight
whiskey that has been aged in a
government warehouse for a mini-
mum of four years and is 100
proof when bottled.
TAJ MAHAL on E. 49th St. in
New York features festive, authen-
tic Indian-Pakistani atmosphere,
music and exotic Indian, Middle-
Eastern and Central Asian food
. . . Specialties are, Chicken Tan-
doori and Pomfret Begum Bahar.
taste adventure you won't
of Masonic Temple
3148 Second Blvd. at Seville Hotel
FRI. A147/ aAl.
shown 7:00, 10:35; SUN.,
opens 1:00, shown 1:20, 5:00,
8:40; MON., TUES., open 6:45,
shown 8:40 only.
--- THE THREE STOOGES
FRI. AND SAT EVE.: 9:10 only;
MON., TUES., 7:05, 10:40.
SAT. MATINEE: Opens 1:00,
starts 1:20, over 5:00.
BERK LE Y H,E+Air
12 jMjl LiEa Ali ‘000 LI D G:E
IS THE MOST
"A MASTERPIECE . . . by far the
finest film released so far in 1965!"
-Limbacher, Dearborn Press
"One of the great films of our time!"
-Slomoyitz, Det. Jewish News
"A MUST for show goers!"
-4'Henry, Detroit Courier
"Fascinating"- Dick Osgood, WXYZ .
-Weitschat, Det. News
c.: wen o:45,
"POWERUL ... uncompromising .. •
the tension • . . is almost unbear-
able!"-Taylor, Det. Free Press
A one-man showing by Michigan
artist RODNEY LANDSMAN is
currently on view in the lobby of
the Trans-Lux Krim Theater. Cur-
rent attraction at the theater is
"Casanova '70" starring Marcell°
Mastroianni and Virna Lisi. Lands-
man has studied at Chicago and
Cranbrook Academies of fine arts
and Wayne State University, and
he has exhibited at Michigan Art-
ist Annuals, Midwest Landscape
Exhibition and N a t i on al Print
Show. He has also held one-man
showings at Grinnell Galleries and
a Temple Israel.
Good Family Entertainment
* * *
One of America's Finest Restaurants
Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine
LORD JIM, a film by Richard
Brooks based on Joseph Conrad's
famous novel and released by Co-
lumbia Pictures in Technicolor,
goes into its fifth week at the
Michigan and Mercury theaters.
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
Michigan is the home of the na-
tion's busiest general contractors,
CI including the largest firm in in-
dustrial construction. The Build-
ers Exchange of Detroit and
Michigan reported an average
near Plymouth Rd.
CI monthly construction work force
of 102,500 in 1964, nine per cent
aa. higher than 1963.
Livernois at McNichols-Air Cond.
A Bergman Film Festival
FRI. & SAT. "SMILES OF A SUMMER
NIGHT" & "SECRETS OF WOMEN"
MON. & TUES. "THE NAKED NIGHT"
& "ILLICIT INTERLUDE"
WED. & THUR. "STRANGE LOVE" &
FRI. MOLLY PICON in 2 Jewish Films
Students $1 - Free parking next dr.
W. WaI;01 at WI* Rd. • III.5040
Woodward &I Mlle Rd. • 1.11-516$