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March 18, 1966 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-18

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THE JEWISH

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 18, 1966-39

DINE AT THE

Too many parents are not on
spanking terms with their chil-
dren—The Ord (Neb.) Quiz.

BIG "M"

ARTY'S
EANS
ORE FOR YOUR
ONEY!

pen
7 O days

By Danny Raskin

a.m. to

1 a.m.

ario's

21174 Greenfield
In Green-8 Shopping Center

ofW indsor

RESTAURANT AND TAVERN

755 Ouellette Ave. • Windsor, Ontario
Phone WO 2-5330
Diners & Am. Express Cards Honored

Magnificent

Mencoffi's

A Delightful Experience

7113 PURITAN

I

in Dining

ROAST PRIME
RIB OF BEEF

2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.

OPEN DAILY 11:30 A.M. TO 1 A.M
SUNDAYS NOON TO 8 P.M.

LimmAmple Parki ng

• Free Parking •

ADAM OF MARTINI'S
DETROIT

Isaac Goodwin at the —1
Piano Bar

CADILLAC HOUSE MOTEL

OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
For Breakfast, Lunch
and Dinner

520 W. CONGRESS
WO 1-5553

COMPLETE

Chicken

CARRY-OUT DINNERS

Fish

The

Broaster Nouse

Complete Carry Out Dinners • Free De!ivera

Shrimp

Ribs

Frog Legs

18401 West 7 Mile Rd.

Bar-B-Q

Phone 537-7880

Your
Your best buy in

Weddin

eceptions

$ 2 95*

Only

PER PERSON

Price Includes:

Cocktail Hour

4` ,

THIS MONDAY EVE is date of
Saints and Sinners meeting at Bel-
mont Supper Club, Woodward and
Calvert . . . Loads of fun again ex-
pected, but primary reason will be
to get organization going with of-
ficers, positive policies, meeting
dates and other necessary matters
. . . Saints and Sinners is an inter-
national group, with monies raised
given toward helping retarded chil-
dren . . . In the works as soon
as Detroit is properly organized,
is a Television Telethon to help
raise dollars for a hospital here.

WHITE WINES and sparkling
wines such as Champagne, Asti or
Sparkling Burgundy should be
served cold and the bottles may be
placed in an ice cooler.

Serving the Finest
To the Finest !

1

Full Course Meal with a
Dessert of Pastry from our own
Bake Shop, Ice Cream or Sherbet

PLEASANT LOUNGE in the
Northwest area is The Lemmon
Tree on James Couzens and
Schaefer . . . Fine atmosphere,
with congenial surroundings . . .
Starring at the Lemmon tree is
organist Sammy Mendoza, a most
talented musician and crowd pleas-
er with a distinct attitude of feel-
ing the music, which is so lacking
in too many so-called music men
Sammy and his drummer
make up an interesting duo that
put out a lot of good rhythms.

Cake-Cutting ceremony with our
own Silver Candelabra Table

Setting

A fine silver cake knife to the
Bride—remembrance of the
joyous occasion

Plus the assurance of having your
party in the capable hands of
Northwood Inn, where you always
get Something Extra

Write or Call Manager:

JO 4-6688, LI 1 2577

-

WOODWARD AT 11 1/2 MILE ROAD

*plus tax and gratuities

MAGNIFICENT."

ARCHER WINSTEN, Now York Post

THE

OVERCOAT

Directed by
ALEXI BATALOV

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455

Starring
ROLAND BYKOV

Also in English

"PLISETSKAYA DANCES"

THE OSCAR IS AN "IN" MOVIE!

dospuriEp aents

Louis Cook, Free Press

STEPHEN BOYD• ELKE SOMMER
MILTON BERLE • ELEANOR PARKER

THE OSCAR

ow

MICHIGAN

COLOR

BAGLEY AT GRAND RIVER • CALL: 963-1773

The motion picture with
an immoral all its own!

I OW

DETROIT
PREMIERE

Stming int atollabeItcallartief

AzablIg-BLA.C21
IT

NEW SPOT IN THE American
Hotel (formerly Ft. Wayne) is
known as the Sophisto-Kat Lounge
. . . managed by Singing Sam of
Italian specialties note for years
. . . The Sophisto-Kat Lounge is
only a month old.

Interest among student, church,
school and adult groups is run-
ning high regarding the return of
Cecil B. DeMille's "The Ten Com-
mandments," according to Jack
Cataldo, manager of Palms Thea-
ter, where the film opens a special
exclusive engagement starting
March 30.
"The Ten Commandments," con-
sidered the most successful motion
picture ever made, will be shown
in its original form, intact and un-
cut, for three continuous perform-
ances daily, starting at n o o n,
4:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Although
individual seats are not reserved,
arrangements for group seating for
each performance are offered
groups purchasing tickets in ad-
vance at special prices.

13135 Fenkell
BR 3-8866

Starts Today • First Showing
Open 6:45; Sun. 3:45

LARCO'S

THE LOSERS IS new name of
former Indigo Lounge on W. Seven
Mile Rd. near Greenfield . . Turk
Prujanski is manager and localites
will enjoy the murals he's had
painted on the back walls . . . One
is devoted to sheet music of songs
he has written, another to down-
town Detroit today, and a third to
all the places here that Turk has
been host . . . The Bowery, with
marquee "Starring Martha Raye",
Club Trocadero, "Starring The Will
Mastin Trio, featuring Sammy
Davis Jr.", Paddock Bar, and oth-
ers . . . Most interesting.

Arrange Showings
of 'Ten Commandments'

VARIETY

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

SUSAN DUBRINSKY, new 21-
year-old, tells of one gambling
hotel in Las Vegas that will send
a table and dealer to your room
. . "That's what we call room
service here," the manager brags.

ERNIE KLEE, chef supreme for
many years in Detroit, now heads
The Embers in the Windsor Hotel
on Cass Ave. . . . As the saying
goes, Ernie sure knows his onions!

An "old-fashioned" private-eye
story, starring Paul Newman, is
"Harper," coming to the Berk-
ley Theater March 30 in an exclu-
sive, first-run engagement.
The all-star cast also includes
Lauren Bacall, Julie Harris, Ro-
bert Wagner, Arthur Hill, Janet
Leigh, Pamela Tiffin and last, but
not least, Shelley Winters.
Producers of the Warner Broth-
ers film are Jerry Gershwin and
Elliott Kastner.

ADAM MARTINI'S in the Cadil-
lac Motel on Congress rates among
the top lounges in Detroit . . .
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are
all delightfully served . . . Isaac
Goodwin at the piano bar has a
fine style.
* * *
FIVE MEN WERE ordering
breakfast in a restaurant . . . "I'll
have pancakes," said the first .. .
"Hot cakes," said the second . .
"Wheat cakes," said the third . .
"Griddle cakes," said the fourth
. . . "They're all synonyms, aren't
they? asked the fifth . . . "No,"
replied the waitress, "but if you
want synonym I can give you
toast."

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FREE PARKING NEXT DOOR !

PARAMOUNT PICTURES KURT UNDER misno

SOPHIA WREN

IN

JuDi

Air-Conditioned Private Room

• Hot and Cold
Hors D'oeuvres
• Open Bar
• Private Banquet
Room
• Ample Parking
for your guests
• Groups of 50
or more from
$2.00 per person

Paul Newman Stars
in Private-Eye Thriller

The Best of Everything

NOW SHOWING

at Neighborhood
and Drive-in
Theatres

TECHNICOLOR°
PANAVISION°

PETER FINCH *JACK HAWKINS,

HANS VERNER • TERENCE ALEXANDER • FRANK WOIFF • ARNALDO FOA • ANDRE NORELL • Paoeucio BY KURT
DRI CIO BY MANN
SCREENPLAY BY

DAN I EL

FROAT A STORY BY

A.USTC SCORED Br

• JOHN MICHAEL HAYES • LAWRENCE DURRELL • SOL KAPLAN

UNGER

PARAMOU
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PICTURE

THEATRES

BIRMINGHAM CARMEN DEARBORN GREAT LAKES KRAMER
LINCOLN PARK LIVONIA CINEMA II
MACOMB CINEMA II
MAIN—Royal Oak RIVIERA RYAN SIX MILE WARREN

DRIVE-INS

DEARBORN FORD WYOMING GALAXY GRATIOT
JOLLY ROGER, WAYNE

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