THE JEWISH NEW
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
40—Friday, March 25, 1966
The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
SHOP, ing your sandwich, don't talk pin-
across from Water Board Bldg., on ochle, or he'll drop everything to
Bates and Randolph, is owned by tell you of the big "bate" that he
Joe Weiss . . . Delicious juicy gave someone.
corned beef and pastrami sand-
wiches are enjoyed by folks down-
SPOTS OWNED BY DIAMOND
town. Only thing, when Joe is mak- Phillips .. . showboat, Cliff Bells,
Little Harrys among them, are set
for banquets and parties, with Dor-
othy Morgan at the helm . . . Main
office is at the Showboat.
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Serves The Best Pizza in Town
NEW PLACES to dine . . . King'r
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Arms, Southfield and 10-Mile . . .
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Food and service good . . . Pleas
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• Bar-B-Q Chicken • Ribs • Sea Food
ant atmosphere . . . Prices reason
able . . . Red Fox Inn, Telegraph
and Maple . . . Food and service
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Hong, American and Chinese res-
Deliciously Prepared for the
taurant on 10 Mile & Southfield .. .
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. . . Eastern dishes border on the
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Cantonese and are tasty . . . A col-
umn recommended spot.
DINE AT THE BIG "M"
NOTE DETROIT number now
for reservations at Mario's of
Windsor . . . Since Kees Roozen
ORE FOR YOUR 11 a.m. to
took over, the place has been
booming with lovers of fine food
In Green-8 Shopping Center
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WHEN SHOW FOLKS reach
that niche known as stardom in
show business, they also become
sort of public property, and peo-
ple they've never met will stop
them on the street. not only to
glad-hand them but to kid them
about something funny and famili-
2 Blocks West of Livernois
ar . . . Jack Benny, of course. is
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known as a miser . . . Actually,
Am ple Parking
Jack gives away more money acci-
dently than some of his contem-
poraries do on purpose . . . The
miser bit is a great gimmick and
somebody is always adding to the
legend . . . For example, one wag
snapped recently, "During that to-
RESTAURANT AND TAVERN
tal eclipse the other day, I saw
755 Ouellette Ave. • Windsor, Ontario
Jack in a Western Union office
Phone WO 2-5330
Diners & Am. Express Cards Honored sending a night telegram" . . .
There are almost as many gags
about Benny's age as his penny
A Delightful Experience in Dining
pinching • . . Bob Hope once
kidded, "I don't know how old
RIB OF BEEF
Jack Beny is, but when he was
OPEN DAILY 1 1:30 A.M. TO 1 A.M
in Rome and saw the Coloseum,
SUNDAYS NOON TO 8 P.M.
he said "It's all right if you
• Free Parking •
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WHEN "SLAPSY MAXIE" Ro-
senbloom was in town recently to
Dinner at DARBY'S
help launch the Detroit tent of
is a real treat
Saints & Sinners, we reminisced
about the time we came to his
• Visit Our New
dressing room before one of his
fights and confided that a friend
Lounge and Bar
wanted to make a small bet on
• At ikai
him . . . "Tell me truthfully," we
asked, "did you really train for
Snacks . . . a
this fight?" . . . Maxie looked in-
dignant . . . "Of course I did! Last
night I slept with my window
THE OSCAR IS AN "IN" MOVIE!
STEPHEN BOYD • EWE SOMMER
MILTON BERLE • ELEANOR PARKER
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Every man bath a fool in his
sleeve. — French proverb.
Serving the Finest
To the Finest !
ADAM OF MARTINI'S
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520 W. CONGRESS
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
For Breakfast, Lunch
UNCUT! INTACT! CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES
AT POPULAR PRICES! g
MARCH 26 thru APRIL 3
I I a.m. to 1 I p.m.
Ideas and Free Advice
To Make Your
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Starts Wed. Mar.30
DETROIT PREMIERE WEDNESDAY!
ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE!
"BEST FOREIGN FILM"
vmm IDA KAMINSKA ant JOSEF KRONER
DIRECTED et JAN KADAR
film critics greeted with rave re-
views Monday the first general
showing of "The Shop On Main
Street," a Czech-made film about
Slovak-Jewish relations in a Slo-
vak town under the Nazis.
The Times called it "one of the
most arresting and devastating
pictures" from Europe "or any-
where else in several years." The
review called the performance by
Ida Kaminska, the celebrated Po-
lish Yiddish actress, "a wondrous
image of Old World innocence."
The Herald Tribune said the
film was "brilliant in performance
and extraordinary in accomplish-
ment." The World Telegram and
Sun declared that "the small Czech
film industry has quietly hatched
"A STUNNING PICTURE BY ANY "MARVELOUS TO BEHOLD!
CRITICAL STANDARDS YOU ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL
FILM STATEMENTS EVER
CHOOSE! ONE OF THE MOST MADE! A RARE MIXTURE OF
ARRESTING, IMPRESSIVE AND COMEDY AND TRAGEDY! ONE
DEVASTATING PICTURES I'VE OF THE IMPORTANT FILMS
SEEN FROM EUROPE OR ANY- THIS YEAR!" —ARCHER WINSTEN, N.Y. POST
WHERE ELSE IN SEVERAL YEARS! "MASTERFUL! ONE OF THE
What makes this film so convincing GREAT FILMS OF OUR TIME!"
—WILLIAM WOLF, CUE MAGAZINE
is the naturalness with which it is
done—the authenticity of the setting, "A MASTERPIECE! THE
the content and clarity of the plot PERFORMANCES BUILD
and the excellence of the character- TO AN OVERWHELMING
BURST OF STUNNING FORCE
izations, which are fully conceived —A TRIUMPH!"
— Bosley Crowther, N,Y. Times
—ALTON COOK, N,Y. WORLD TELEGRAM
For special group showings contact the manager, Palms Theatre • 963-4486,
or W. R. Praught Co., 507 Palms Bldg. • 963-7570
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
Louis Cook, Free Press
FREE PARKING NEXT DOOR!
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