THE JEWISH NEWS
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 2, 1966-3 1
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The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
Don't confuse cannoli with can-
neloni in an Italian restaurant .. .
The first is a delicious pastry and
the latter a regular entree some-
what on the order of blintzes .
Obscure little place on W. Grand
Blvd. just east of Second, is the
New England Room of the Hotel
Lexington . . . A tiny room that
seats only about 50 at full capacity
and serves delicious food .. . The
dinners are excellent and a big
feature is the nightly appearance
of George Kalman and his gypsy
violin . . . George has been around
for years, and literally makes the
strings talk as his nimble fingers
and leisurely bow handling give out
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
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Complaint from a husband . . .
"I don't mind my wife serving
those TV dinners, but she's start-
ing to serve re-runs."
Arminio Beltramello. owner of
the Villa Venice on Woodward,
has been known as a "server of
kings," four kings to be precise,
and a Pope.
A Chinese junk is being brought
to Detroit from China and will be
transferred into a Chinese restau-
rant . . . A license has been ap-
proved and plans are for it to be
anchored at the foot of the Detroit
More signs along the way hither
and yon . . . "If you drive your
husband to drink, drive him
here," advises a local tavern
keeper . . . A sign on the wall of
a diner along Route M-59 reads,
"What foods these morsels be"
. . . And a Broadway delicatessen
advertises, "Today only! Home-
made imported caviar." . . . An-
other sign inside the same store
warns, "If you don't smell it, we
ain't got it!'
Vannelli's restaurant on Wood-
ward, has increased its menu to
22 seafood items, making it a
specialist in this field of fine food
. . . We have always enjoyed the
fare at Vannelli's . . . both Italian
and American . . and the many
new seafood additions to the menu
are that many more taste savor-
ing delights . . . Vannelli's is now
open. seven days a week . . . no
more closed Mondays.
Ross Martin Honored
Ross Martin, the co-star of the
current television series "Wild,
Wild West," was honored by Holly-
wood representatives of the Ameri-
can Medical Center at Denver with
a plaque for his fund-raising activ-
ities for the cancer-research hos-
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By HERBERT G. LIJFT
(Copyright, 1966 JTA, Inc.)
HOLLYWOOD — Norman Jewi-
son, the Canadian-born, 40-year-
old film director of "The Russians
Are Coming . . . The Russians Are
Coming," has returned to the
Goldwyn Studios in Hollywood
after showing his picture to the
Soviet Film Workers Union in
Moscow. "I'm not trying to solve
the Cold War," Jewison states em-
phatically, "and I don't know the
message of my epic except that
people are people everywhere."
"The Russians Are Coming . . . ",
a Mirisch Bros. production for
United Artists, originally was en-
tered at the Karlovy Vary (Karls-
bad) film festival, but vetoed by
the Czech committee in order not
to of-fend Moscow—but it didn't.
On the contrary, the high brass of
the Soviet Union, the top layer of
intellectuals, and film makers such
as Gregori Chukrai (himself the
director of "Ballad of a Soldier")
had seen the American spoof on
East-West relations at one of the
private screenings preceding the
arrival of Jewison and were de-
lighted with the contents of the
picture which is void of short-
sighted nationalism and preachings.
Ilya Lopert, UA's Russian-speaking
Paris production chief, arranged
a second screening with Sovexport-
film whose director Davidoff has
viewed the picture with govern-
ment officials at the Kremlin but
was unable to secure public show-
ings of the picture in Russia.
Though "The Russians Are Com-
ing . . . " cannot be entered at
next year's Moscow film festival,
the committee has asked Jewison
to submit his very next feature,
"In the Heat of the Night," which
goes before the cameras on loca-
tion in Waterloo, Ill., and Dyers-
berg, Tenn. in mid-September. Once
more Jewison is directing for the
Mirisch Company, with Sidney
Poitier starring in Stirling Silli-
phant's screenplay from the novel
by John Ball. Also on Jewison's
busy schedule are "Judgment of
Cory," from the still unpublished
novel by Harry Kleiner; "The
Crown Caper," an original story by
Boston attorney Alan Trustman;
and "The Landlord," a humorous
yarn by Kristin Hunter dealing with
Negroes in a New York apartment
house owned by whites. The latter
probably will be treated with the
same fairness to both sides as was
"The Russians Are Coming . . ."
`Shop on Main Street'
to Open at Berkley
"The Shop on Main Street,"
winner of the Academy Award as
the best foreign film of 1965, will
open at the Berkley Theater Wed-
Produced in Czechoslovakia, the
film stars the Polish-Jewish actress
Ida Kaminska. The story, taking
place in a small Slovakian town
that has yielded to Nazism, re-
volves about the touching rela-
tionship between an aged Jew-
ish shopowner and her "Aryan"
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