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June 16, 1967 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-16

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THE JEWISH NEWS MOVIE GUIDE

Friday, June 16, 1967-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AMERICANA

9 14 Mi. 7: GreenfiaNd

Air Cooled by

1:20, 5:50, 10:20

"EXODUS"

The Best of Everything

Magnificent

Mencoffi's

By Danny Raskin

7113 PURITAN

AFTER-THEATER menu at Aged
and Rare now includes bagels, lox
and cream cheese among other
delicious delicacies . . . Aged and
Rare is in the Harlan House on
Grand Blvd. just off the Lodge

2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.

Ample Parking

SPECIAL

Fri., June 16 Only-4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

CHICKEN DINNER

C

Reg.

$1.35

15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
10001 TELEGRAPH
1360 SO WOODWARD

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IN AN ATMOSPHERE
OF ELEGANT SPLENDOR

JOEL NASH

at the Piano Bar from 8:30

JERRY ROBINSON

4:30-7:30 P.M.

JOHN LODGE EXPRESSWAY
AT MILWAUKEE IN THE HARLAN HOLM

call

873-610Q

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VISIT

Detroit's Most Intimate

n delightful experience

in

dining

DOWNTOWN DETROIT'S FINEST, WITH A

FLAVOR AND PERSONALITY OF ITS OWN

• ENTERTAINMENT
503 EAST JEFFERSON

coil 962-7333

Henry Yee's

LUNCHEONS, DINNERS
AND AFTER-THEATRE
SNACKS • ENTERTAINMENT

CHO MICHIGAN at WYOMINft

call

ANNOUNCING: Our New Temple Room
Parties. /
For Sweet Sixteens, Showers and Private

An enchanting atmosphere and

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taste adventure you won't forget.

Free Parking

LARCO'S

OPEN 11:00 A.M.

WO 1-8525

"DOCTOR ZHIVAGO"

SAT.: 12:50, 4:35, 8:25. SUN. AND
DAILY: 12:30, 4:15, 8:05.
Walt Disney's "The Absent Minded Pro-
fessor" and "The Shaggy Dog," both
in color starts Wed., June 21st,

Wed. Ladies' Day SOe

CAMELOT

W. Warrer stelaT Miller Road

Air Cooled by Refrigeration
Special Selective Engagement of
Roger Hammerstein's

"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"

Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer
WEEKDAYS Doors open 7:00 Shown at
S p.m. WED.: Matinee 1:30. EVE.; 8:00.
SAT.: 2:00, 5:20, 8:40. SUN. 1:30, 4:45,
8:05.

FOX

11:30, 4:00, 8:30
Wed. Ladles Day 50c

lmouth Rd.
atFarmington
Rd.
PFay
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
Air Cooled by Refrigeration
Special Selective Engagement of
Roger Hammerstein's

IVIAI KAI

"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"

Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer
WEEK DAYS. Doors open 7:00. Shown
8 p.m. WED.: Matinee 1:30. EVE.: 8:00.
SAT.: 2:00, 5:20, 8:40. SUN.: 1:30, 4:45,
8:05.

Italian Deputy
Eduardo Arbib, a 19th century
leader of the Italian independence
movement, was one of the first
Jews to serve in the Chamber of
Deputies of that country.

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
Air Conditioned
Erskine's Caldwell's

"GOD'S LITTLE ACRES"

All Star Cast, Michael Landon
Tina Louise, Buddy Hasket
And in Color—Lana Turner

"MADAME X"

Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WO 1-7917
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c

Throw a lucky man into the sea,
and he will come up with a fish
in his mouth. —Arab Proverb.

ERSKINE CALDWELL'S

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LITTLE
ACRE

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Daily open 6:45, shown 7:00, 10:40.
Sat. Eve., re-open 6:45, shown 7:00,
10:40. Sun. open 1:00, shown 3:25,
7:00, 10:40.

.
.
kie TO
SULikrED
BUSINESS

with an all star cast

TINA LOUISE MBAR LANDON
ROBERT RYAN
BUDDY HACKETT
AND

WITHOUT
REALLY
TRYING

-

Daily

8:40 only. Sat. Eve. 9:00 only .
Sun. 1:25, 5:00, 8:40.

• •
SAT. SPEC. CHILDREN'S MATINEE
OPENS 1:00

LANA TURNER v

NOW!

THEATRE

BEIRKLEY

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12 MILE AT COOLIDGE

SOMETHING NEW IS HAPPENING
AT
THE 24K — There's a superb new Master Chef whose
continental gourmet dishes are a delightfully delicious achievement.

Featurring Detroit's Inimitable Harry Harris with the
Lenny Schick Trio 6 nights a week — Closed Sunday.
And there's more come on over and see.



Businessmen's Luncheons—Banquet Facilities
Serving froffi 11 AM to 2 AM

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

16890 Telegraph (south of McNichols)
PHONE 538-4455 or 538-4456

Exotic Cocktails

One of America's Finest Restaurants

Featuring Superb Cantonese Cuisine

1 elk. N. of Masonic Temple

1

Grand Circus Park

"THE SLENDER THREAD"

Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

• BANQUET FACILITIES

584-2600

FORBIDDEN CITY

Expressway ... At the piano after
8:30 p.m. is very fine keyboard artist
Joel Nash, whose wide repertoire
of rhythm is greatly appreciated
by all who listen to his smooth
keyboard offerings.
• • •
SURPRISING THAT A pancake
house such as Uncle John's would
have such good chicken . . but
folks are becoming more and more
aware of Uncle John's taste-tin-
gling talents . . . The spot on W.
8 Mile Rd., just E. of Greenfield
is one of three locations in metro
Detroit.
• • or
EDDIE JEROME, swell guy head
of A.G.V.A. (American Guild of
Variety Artists) in Detroit, is now
also a nitery boss as a sideline
. . . Eddie has Domino Lounge on
Jos. Campau in Hamtramck . . .
Its a beautiful place, well laid out
and pleasant . . . A three-pc.
combo gives out a lot of music
for listening and &acing . . . The
food is good—reasonably priced.
• • •
MURRAY LIEBERMAN is now
managing Roumell's Seafood Grotto
on Woodward . . . Murray knows
food and how it should be served.
• • •
THE ATTACHE on E. Jefferson
is a good place to go . . - Food
and service are far above par.
• • •
UNCLE ABE'S TAVERN on
Seward rocked with wingding fes-
tivity last week when owner Abe
Chaben celebrated his birthday
at a big party there . . . Over 350
sang "Happy Birthday" to Abe.
• • •
McINERNEY'S IS starting to
get its crowded days what with the
warm weather now here . . . and
that delicious food, especially the
family style broasted chicken, still
holds high for the hungry throng
driving out Northwestern Hwy.
• • •
DON'T ICNOW WHY some places
charge for a second cup of cof-
fee . . . This is very unreasonable
and certainly against all principles
of public relations .. . If anything
gripes us more, its the waitress
filling our cup and then picking
up the check to make an additional
charge . . . A good customer, re-
gardless of what they have, sand-
wich or meal, deserves a second
cup of coffee without charge . . .
beyond the shadow of a doubt!
* * *
BOB ROY has a famous drink
as a namesake ... or, as his wife,
Shirley says, "He was named after
quite a few of them!"
• • •
TOP VOTE FOR the best coffee
brewed by a male amateur must go
to Jay Golman . . Jay says he
doesn't do anything different, but
wife Rose insists that he must
since they use the same coffee,
same stove and same pot.

ADAMS

Refrigeration

"HURRY SUNDOWN"

FRI.: Open 6:00; Shown 6:25, 10:00. SAT .
AND SUN.: Open 1:00; Shown 1:45, 5:25,
9:00. WEEK DAYS: Open 7:00 Shown
8:00 Only.

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GRAND CIRCUS %,..ra‘;, -.

Open 10:45

A RETURN TO ELEGANCE
FOR ALL MOVIEGOERS
Cooled by Refrigeration
Exclusive. Showing 1 Week Only

3148 Second Blvd. at Seville Hotel

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