THE JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 15, 1966-23
THE DETROIT JJEWSH NEWS
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ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER 2 A.M.
HOA KOW INN
Over $60,000,000 has been spent
in the United States, since the in-
ception of the Music Performance
Trust Funds in 1949, on gifts of
By Danny Raskin
free music to the public. Such
Being a neophyte in the writing into old friends going back to Per-
funds are administered by some
700 local musicians' unions across of this column, should more than fection DeMolay days of the 30's.
encourage the quick recovery of . . How come everyone is get-
Danny . . . Here's hoping for a ting older, but me?
Irv. Lachman M. T.
speedy return to your typewriter.
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RANDOM THOUGHTS: Why
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
doesn't someone come up with the
Deliciously Prepared for the
idea of an open air dancing pavil-
• BANQUET FACILITIES
lion at one of the shopping cen-
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
ters, ala the old Eastwood Gardens
Awaiting the showing in Detroit
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455
. . . What direction is Tashmoo of the famed film, "Beau Geste,"
Park? Sugar Island? How many its producer, Walter Seltzer, and
remember when Charlie Dubin not the ex-French Foreign Legionnaire
only led the band at the old Saks Paul Villasora, who appears in the
Show Bar but also had a mus- film, met with press and radio and
tache . . . His piano playing still theater managers.
brings them in at Darby's . . . For
The film will have its world pre-
real charm in this town, get down miere here on July 20.
to see the Plum Street Art Center
2 Blocks West of Livernois
The two guests also were here
. . . this is imagination. . . . The
862-2882 For Res.
Friday for a luncheon at the
Four Freshmen are in town this
week. If you have never seen them Sheraton Cadillac.
Seltzer provides the perfect ex-
you are missing a great evening of
entertainment Saw the Kingston ample of a highly successful press
agent and publicist who made it
Trio a couple of weeks ago. . •
Dinner at DARBY'S
"big" as a motion picture producer.
don't miss them'
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His "Beau Geste," Universal's epic
is a real treat
SIGN IN A RESTAURANT: new Technicolor screen version of
"Please watch your hat and coat" Percival Christopher Wren's classic
• Visit Our New
. . . I did and someone stole my adventure novel, stars Guy Stock-
well, Doug McClure, Leslie Niel-
dinner . .. .
Lounge and Bar
Everyone should manage to get sen and Telly Savalas.
out to Lofy's in Plymouth. The
Prior to "Beau Geste," Walter
food is excellent and the music is Seltzer handled the production
Snacks . . . a
great. . . . Take a lesiursely drive chores for Universal's Charlton
out to Lexington, Michigan to the Heston-starring adventure classic
Surfsider. The place is right on "The War Lord."
the Lake and it is very charm-
Paul Villarosa, who was born in
Res. UN 2-7642
ing. . . .
Florence, Italy, and who graduated
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SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
from law school in Rome, decided
SIGNS OF THE TIMES: Bumped to seek adventure and see the
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N this reason he joined the French
Legion in 1949 and served
He received his initial training
with the 1st Infantry Regiment in
k. 03 ,.: Mascara, North Africa.
As a result of the campaign he
fought in Indo-China. Villarosa
$ received numerous honors and
r;:. medals: The Legion of Honor; The
N Military Medal with Palm; the
fv. Cross of Valor.
NEW ENGLAND SHORE DINNER
m When the French left Indo-China
in 1953, Villarosa was attached to
Second Cavalry Regiment, sta-
,. ,;. the
;_,;: ,. tioned in Oujda, Morocco, soon
x after he was transferred to the 1st
Choice of: • Shrimp Cocktail or • Blue-Points on the 1/2 Shell
• New England Clam Chowder
Paratrooper Regiment in Zeralda,
• Chef's Salad Bowl
• Nw Corn Saute
N Algiers. During this period his
• Idaho Baked Potato
• Rolls and Butter
W. batallion saw action alongside the
al British and Israeli forces in the
Suez Canal invasion.
Villarosa ran across the story
about Universal looking for ex-
A large platter consisting of a Whole Lobster, ..Butterfly Shrimp,
French Foreign Legionnaires to act
Scallops, Fried Oysters and our famous French Fried Wisconsin
in "Beau Geste" in "Backstage,"
a Broadway theater weekly. He
was accepted for a role and flown
to Hollywood to appear in the film.
The Best of Everything
`Beau Geste' Due
Here on July 20;
A truly delectable FRIDAY Menu
and the Piece deResistance
k i ;
Truly a Masterpiece $5.50
We invite you to put on one of our Lobster Bibs
N 'The Greatest
(From Chronicler Column in
and really enjoy this ! ! !
GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA
PLAYS EVERY NIGHT • T ,U ES. .- T H.R7U SAT'. , : .
Cocktail & Dinner Music from 5:30 p.m. & for Dancing after 10 p.m. nightly
WOODWARD AT 111/2 MILE ROAD
N JO 4-6688
"The great violinists today,"
wrote the music critic of "The
k x. Times" last week, "are Heifetz,
X Oistrakh, Menuhin, Stern, Szeryng
and Nathan Milstein."
Remarkable, is it not, that every-
one of these violinists is a Jew I
REMEMBER ... Tues.-Thurs. Are Bountiful Buffet Nights
6 P.M. to 10 P.M.
Henr y Yee's
London Jewish Chronicle)
Israel's Film Income
Israel earned more than $10,-
000,000 in foreign currency during
the past year on income from film
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