THE JEWISH NEWS
46—Friday, March 17, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
RIBS • CHICKEN • SHRIMP
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20050 Livernois, Just South of 8 Mile
ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER
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The Best of Everything
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
By Danny Raskin
• BANQUET FACILITIES
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., UN 2-6455
2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-28-82 For Res.
Dinner at DARBY'S
k a real treat
• Visit Our New
Lounge and Bar
Snacks . . . a
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SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
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13 YEARS AGO at Greenbush
Inn, big things were predicted for
a 15-year-old boy whose versatility
was amazing as an entertainer ...
We saw Paul Lennon during his
two-week engagement at 24 Karat
Club on Telegraph ... He's great!
A dynamic personality with com-
plete control of the microphone,
Paul sang, danced, joked and did
impersonations as one of the hard-
est working comics we've .yet to
see . .. His wide range of talent
and variety of. material makes him
a show biz somebody Ed Sullivan
should look into .. . he is fol-
lowed by "Saucy Sylvia" Stoun in
her return engagement at 24 K
after a three-week layoff.
* * *
JERRY LESTER AT Act IV paid
a visit to the Playhouse on Liver-
nois and cut up for the large
Monday night crowd . . . Next
meeting of the Saints and Sinners
will be this Monday evening at the
Playhouse . . . with much cause
for celebration . . . The Detroit
Chapter has finally been awarded
its charter as the Jack E. Leonard
Tent, and is now a full-fledged
member of the Circus Saints &
Sinners of A m e r i c a, Inc. . .
Jimmy Saperstein is president and I
master, Dave Litwin, vice pres.,
Don Hill, rec. sec., and Oscar Rap-
* * *
"SWINGING TIME on CKLW-
TV will soon be retitled as "The
Robin Seymour Show" ...Robin
(Seymour Altman) has certainly
come a long way since his original
disc jockey days!
* * *
JOEL HELIMAN'S BlaCk Knight
on Plymouth, will be changed over
into a top entertainment spot.
* * *
COMIC HARRY JARKEY
"saved the day" or evening as it
were, when the Damonian Bowling
League recently had its banquet
at Club Polaris out John R .. .
Harry was to have come in just
for the Saturday night following
the Wednesday banquet, but lucki-
ly was brought to the club for the
bowling shindig . . . Folks who re-
member him from Club 509 and
so many other places, know what
Harry can do . but we don't
think we've ever seen him better
than he was this night!
IF YOU LIKE DANCING in the
dark, and we don't mean the song,
try The Grapevine on Joy Rd. off
Schaefer ... Food isn't bad and
danceables are in a dimly-lit area
at one end of the place.
BEEN TO THE Ad Lib Lounge
yet on corner of Wyoming and
Michigan? . . . You'll enjoy its in-
timacy and the congenial ways of
host Jack Meyers . .. The Ad Lib,
by the way, has its beads up now,
in a separate partition for those
who like their privacy.
A BEAUTIFUL BRIDE DESERVES A BEAUTIFUL
THE WHITTIER is headquarters for nuptial affairs.
Its staff is expert in customs and proprieties for a
perfect Wedding... Reception ... Breakfast. Write
the Bridal Department for prices and information.
Plan the BIG event at...
'Taming of the Shrew'
to Open Wednesday
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard
Burton star in "The Taming of
The Shrew," a Columbia release in
Technicolor and PanaVision, bas-
ed on Shakespeare's romantic
comedy, which will open a special
reserved-seat engagement at the
Mercury Theater Wednesday.
Selected for the 1967 British
Royal Command Performance in
London, it had its American prem-
iere in New York last week.
Franco Zeffirelli, famed Italian
stage and opera director, makes
his motion picture directional
debut with "The Taming of the
Shrew," which also marks Miss
Taylor's first venture into Shake-
(As You Like It !)
• Tossed Green Salad
• Golden French Fries
• Italian Bread and Butter
speare. Starred in support of the
Burtons are Cyril Cusack, Mich-
ael Hordern, Alfred Lynch and
Allen Webb, and the new film
features Victor Spinetti, Michael
York and Natasha Pyne.
Tickets are available at the box
office or by mail from the Mercury
Theater. Evening performances are
at 8:15 p.m., Monday through Sat-
urday and '7:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Matinees - Wednesday, Saturday
and Sunday at 2 p.m., with addi .
tional matinees scheduled daily at
2 p.m. March 26 through April 2.
Additional theater party and
group sales information is avail-
able from Donna Vozdic, UN 2-
3 Pcs. CHICKEN
• 3 Iowa Corn Pancakes
Aunt Sonya's Special Recipe
$1 3 5
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of America's Finest Restaurants
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