100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

October 08, 1965 - Image 23

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-08

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 8, 1965-23

Take the Family
To Dinner and a Show

Israeli in New Film Role

Magnificent

a little bit of everything

Gila Golan, the Israeli beauty,
who had a diminutive role in "Ship
of Fools," rose to a fat part in
. WILLIAM CASTLE'S
"Our Man Flint," now is co-star-
7113 PURITAN
. .
By Danny Raskin
ring with Jerry Lewis in the mad-
I lsaw
2 Blocks West of Livernois
cap comedy, "Three On A Couch,"
MOST
EVERYONE
IN
the
De-
I
born
.
.
.
The
opening
was
in
July
862-2882 For Res.
currently before the cameras at
troit area has heard of Dearborn I of 1931 , and over the years the Inn
Ample Parking
has become a favorite place for Columbia Studios.
and I know who you are
Inn, but we learned a lot of new summer tourists who come to visit
and interesting facts about this Greenfield Village and Henry Ford
■0■0■
■ ■ ■ ■


charming place . . . It all started Museum . . . Most visitors are
JOHN IRELAND • LEIF ERICKSON
in 1929 when Henry Ford decided
Dinner at DARBY'S 1 there should be some place closer impressed by the good, solid com-
Fri. & Sat. open 7:00 shown 7:15,
fort and the feeling of being trans-
10:40 Sun. open 1:00 shown 1:20, 4:15,
is a real treat
i than Detroit for people who landed ported back in time to early Amer-
7:15, 10:10 Mon. Tues. open 7:00
at Dearborn's Ford Airport to stay ica . . . Some would not like it .. .
shown 7:15, 10:10
• Visit Our New I . . . What followed was the 25 acres
The pace is leisurely . . . Service is
SKYLIGHT
jamesGa RNeRA , ROSSHUNItapowto,
ROOM, Cocktail I of landscaped grounds surrounding good but there is no jumping . . .
Lounge and Bar
the Georgian-style brick inn set There is a cocktail lounge in the
DicK,VaNDYK?
The
back from Oakwood Blvd. in Dear- hotel but no jukebox or brass rail
• AI,FER
Eke
SOmkteR.
ART-
of , 41
THEATRE
. . . One sits in a well-padded arm-
I
Snacks . . . a
ArgeDiCOSON
Lo
.
ye-
4 /, 1 9
chair
in
a
wood
paneled
room
re-
Delight
, 7
LUNCHEON
sembling the drawing rooms of the
j;
"TcHAlcoLoR
MeRMaN
Eva.
A Pleasure
AS .MADAME Coco"
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
well-to-do generations long ago .. .
Deliciously Prepared for the
A UNIVERSAL•ROSS HUKER•CHEROKEE PICTURE
The Bottle Room next door houses
Discerning Taste
Fri. Sat. 9:10 only Sun 2:45, 5:45, 8:45
Res. UN 2-7642
a collection of odd shaped antique
Mon. Tues. 8:45 only
• BANQUET FACILITIES
jugs and flasks of unusual shapes,
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455
some dated in the early 1800's . . .
Sat. Matinee open 1:00
From this comfortable spot you can
starts 1:20 over 4:45
enjoy a delicious dinner in either
"Tammy Tell Me True" &
of the Inn's dining rooms . . . The
–N:Y.-JOURNAL AMERICAN .
Early American Dining Room con-
"The Wackiest Ship in the
AGED are the tales of
tributes to the colonial atmosphere
Army" Both in color
A STANLEY KRAMER PRODUCTION.
great knights whose RARE
and specializes in roast beef . . .
A COLUMBIA PICTURE
In the Ten Eyck Tavern, formerly
Chivalrous exploits thrilled
+BERKLEY THEATRE.
known as the English Coffee Shop,
aa
perhaps
that
is
why
au...
12: MILER AT COOLIDGE
TRANS- Uri m
you can eat a little less expensive-
LUX
ly, but the food is just as good .. .
LI 2-0330
their- romantic adventures
WOODWARD AT 6 NILE • TO 8-8300
A
big
specialty
favorite
on
the
live on.
breakfast menu is the general's
!!!!!!!!
breakfast . . . This is named for
For a memorable and fes-
Gilmar Productions
GILMAR PRODUCTIONS, INC.
Gen. Henry Dearborn, for whom
tive evening we invite you
with
the
association
"OVER
THE COUNTER"
in
J. C. LODGE X-WAY the nearby city was named . . .
He must have been quite a man if
to try the unexcelled, con-
SYLVIA KING PLAYERS
"Bright, amusing"
AT MILWAUKEE
he could really eat the meal named
—Carr, News
tinental cuisine and scin-
presents
stfageb IN THE HARLAN
for him . . . It includes fruit or
"It's Fun"
tillating ,entertainment at
'are _ HOUSE
melon, oatmeal with a large pitch-
CHILDREN'S THEATRE
—Cook, Free Press
er of cream, beefsteak and two
873-6100
AT THE VANGUARD
our "music bar.'
at the Vanguard Theatre
eggs, potatoes or wheat cakes, toast
58 E. Columbia Ave.
Thurs.-8:30 & Sun.-7:30
or rolls and a pot of coffee or tea
$2.70 — $2.10. Fri., Sat. —
"The
Emperor's
New
Clothes"
8:30 & 11:30 p.m. $3.20-
Entertain Your Guests, or Enjoy a
. . . We don't know how much it
$2.50
Saturdays, 10:30 a.m.; Sundays,
cost in the general's day, but the
2:30 p.m. Tickets at the Door—
Tickets at Hudson's, Grin-
Inn gets $2.45, and it's a bargain—
nell's, Box Office, 961-1778
All Seats $1.00
at
if you don't intend to do much else
the rest of the day . . . Four days
a week a men's buffet luncheon is
served in the bar with roast beef
%DOUBLE
and shrimp the favorites on the
She is young and
AWARD
table . . . On Fridays, women are
WINNER!
innocent.
He is young
WOODWARD at 11 1/2 MILE ROAD
allowed : . . Reservations are sug-
Cannes Film Festival
. . .and not so innocent.
gested at most any time except the
"BEST ACTOR"
buffet meals, where they are not
. . . almost a love story!
TERENCE STAMP
taken . . . The Dearborn Inn is
Served Every Sunday Morning — 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
"BEST ACTRESS"
COLUMBIA PICTURES prams
owned by Greenfield Village, which
SAMANTHA
Adults $2.50—Children $1.65
is part of the Ford Fund . . . It
EGGAR
o
turns all profits over to the village,
for further development and main-
tenance . . . The Inn is also one
$2.85
9th
from 2 P.M.
of the few places around Detroit
Smash
Children's Portions Available—S1.70
which is open on all holidays.
Week!
(Several delicious menu items to choose from)
CHECK MOVIE DIRECTORY FOR SCHEDULES
Of course our regular Sunday menu items are also available

Mencoffirs

....1

1•04•1

0•11111•1.0.1

1111.

0.11

41.

0.1

04

what

--JOAN CRAWFORD

111

S 'Pop
Fels

LARCO'S

"V MOVIE'S

•voyAG E INTO

GREATNESS!"

-

Family Sunday Dinner

Bountiful Brunch Buffet

WILLIAM WYLERS

Autumn Spec. Sunday Dinner

the collector

...almost a love story!

Center

We Are fParty Manners

AT NORTHWOOD INN We Can Handle from 20 to 500 People in
our Own Banquet Rooms with Ample Parking Available. Get our
prices from our CATERING MANAGER or

Sweet Sixteen Parties, Showers,
Wedding Receptions, Bar Mitzvahs

We also do Outside Catering to your Home, Office or Plant

GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA

Cocktail & Dinner Music from 5:30 p.m. & for Dancing after 10 p.m. nightly

LI 1-2577

.JO 4-6688

REMEMBER — Tues.-Thurs. Are Bountiful
Nights 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Symphony
Opens New Season

The Jewish Center Symphony Or-
chestra, under the direction of

Julius Chajes, will open its 26th
season 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Aaron De Roy Theater.
Featured will be Chajes' "Mel-
ody and Dance" for English Horn
and Strings, Dvorak's "New World
Symphony" and Shubert's "Rosa-
munde Overture."
Tickets are available at the Cen-
ter, DI 1-4200.

He that plants trees loves others
besides himself. —Amer. proverb.
-------

Exotic Cocktails

He

iy a l e I s BIDDEN CITY

One of America's Finest Restaurants

Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine

1 Bik. N. of Masonic Temple

An enchanting atmosphere and taste adventure you won't forget.

• TE' 1-0775

'F1 004•".Prirk.ing. •

3148 Second Blvd. at Seville Hotel

STUDIO

BLOOMFIELD

LIVERNOIS AT DAVISON • 933.0070

357 S. WOODWARD • iAI'4.6006

0, G•rstman & H, Einhorn

present

AN EVENING
wm 4

SAMMY DAVIS

.6L HIS COMPANY OF

ENTERTAINERS

produced by

G,

Treadwell

with COUNT BASIE and His Orchestra
COBO ARENA, Sunday, Oct. 17
8.30 p.m.

-

TICKETS: $7.50, $6.50, $5.50, $4.50, $3.50

ON SALE NOW: Cobo Arean Box Office (open daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m.); and
Hudson's Downtown, Northland, Eastland and Westland.
MAIL ORDERS: Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope and check to
Spotlight Enterprises, Ltd., c/o Cobo Arena, Detroit 26, Michigan.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan