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September 15, 1967 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-15

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THE JEWISH NEWS



uld

sIligett

m are

, Restaurant &
Cocktail Lounge
Located in the
HARLAN HOUSE

Elegant Catering
Fac ilities with a
r.•••• ■•■•• :"2 Personal Touch'

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR

* BANQUETS * PARTIES
* BUSINESS MEETINGS

:Accommodations for 10 to 150 Guests
Piano Bar
Ample Free Parking
6500 John C. Lodge Exp.
at W. Gd. Blvd.

TR 3-6100

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

WORLD TRAVELERS Kerry and
Al Stutz and Betty and Werner.
Stark were amazed and astounded
that Detroit has so fine an Italian
restaurant as Italian Alpine Village
on Gratiot and Forest ... They are
not alone in their wide-eyed excla-
mation of its many merits . . .
Other folks who have gone there
are equally as thrilled at the "great

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 15,1967-31

Producer Saul Chaplin has signed
veteran actor Alan Oppenheimer
to portray the character of Andre
Chariot, creator of the Chariot
Revues of London, Paris and Nev.
York during the Roaring Twenties
and the man who gave Gertrude
Lawrence her first chance. Tho oie
Lure, of course, is "Star," currently
befcre the cameras in London with
Jalie Andrews as the late Miss
Lawrence, and Daniel Massey as
Noel Coward. Robert Wiseidireca;
the musical numbers are being
staged by Michael Kidd, with Boris
Leven as production designer and
Ernest Laszlo as cinematographer.

*

Detroit's Newest Nite Spot-

Lunch, Dinner and After Theater Menus

FINE COCKTAILS

Jackie Wayne Trio at the Piano Bar

19464 LIVERNOIS

Hr. Outer Dr.

861-3093

Crunchy!

FRIED
CHICKEN

(As You Like It!)

UNCLE JOHN'S

SPECIAL

/2 CHICKEN

1

• Tossed Green Salad
• Golden French Fries
• Italian Bread and Butter

$11 85

AUNT SONYA'S

FAVORITE

3 Pcs. CHICKEN

• 3 Iowa Corn Pancakes
Aunt Sonya's Special Recipe
• Applesauce

$1 35

10001
Telegraph Rd.

Nr. Plymouth Rd.

Birmingham

1360 W'dward

At 14 , 2 Mile Rd.

15325 W. 8 MILE RD.

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

continental gourmet
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 Lancheons:--Banquet Facilities
- 'Serving froffi 11 AM to 2 AM
16890 Telegraph (south of McNichols)
PHONE 538-4455 or 538-4456



* * *

ITEM IN last week's column had
amateur cook Jay Golman's deli,
—eious concoction of cinnamon rolls
with melted cheese inside .. . The•
are to be GRILLED, not toasted
. . . Another Jay palatable dime is
Grapenuts on ice cream!
The Golden Galleon on E. War-
ren, owned by Gene Van Buren,
has food and service above excell-
ence ... and to add to the flare a
fine dining, try a whole coconut,
cracked open and free-poured Kith
vodka into the milk-filled shell ....
It's called a "Torpedo" after the
drink made by our men in World
War II who took wood alcohol from
torpedos, sifted the poison out by
pouring it onto bread, and then
mixing with coconut milk . . . The
wonderful Julio Shane Trio still
gives out with very pleasant
rhythms both at the table and for
dancing ... They're good!

The most expensive trading card
is the John Peter "Honus" Wagner
card in the American Tobacco Co.
Baseball Player series of 1912,
withdrawn because Wagner was
opposed to smoking. Examples „are
now worth $250.

'LARGO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

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

Magnificent

Mencoffi's

7113 PURITAN

2 Blocks West of Liyernois
862-2882 For Res.

Ample Parking

LIFE

Gertrude Lawrence Film

discovery" . . Italian Alpine Vil-
lage is owned by Rocky Vallee .
Hardly enough words can be said Gila Golan on Location
Gila Golan, the Israeli actr"ss
for this exceptionally fine eating
place . . . When going there, give who made good in Hollywood, cur-
rently
is in the Spanish tov - • of
yourselves time for a nice leisurely
enjoyable diner you. won't forget! Cuenca, about a hundred miles
southeast of Madrid, for the final
* *
days of shooting of Charles H.
ACCORDING TO Dave Goldfine, Schneer's production for Warner-
bossman at the Clam Shop on E. Gd. Seven Arts, "The Lost Valley," in
Blvd., his excellent seafood eatery which she co-stars with James
is not up for sale.
Franciscus and Richard Carlson.

IF ALL THE pancakes flipped
by the five Uncle John's Pancake
Houses in its seven years were laid
end to 'end, they would reach 21/2
times around the earth . . . That's
a lot of pancakes—over 2,500,000
is owner Ben Kasle's latest esti-
mate . . . Recent item about Uncle
John's manager on Telegraph, Milt
Burg winning the tennis doubles
championship at Oak Park Tennis
Club, had partner's name wrong
and Milt's mind was on pan-
cakes, not names when he made
the boo boo .. . Its Marty Krohn
NOT Marty ,Levine.
* * *
HERE'S A COUPLE of more
party touches to Corn on the Cob
. . . SOUTH OF THE BORDER
BUTTER: To each cup melted
butter, add a dash of garlic pow-
der, add 1 tsp. chili powder.
Serve warm . - CALCUTTA
BUTTER: To each cup melted
butter, add a dash of garlic pow-
dar and 1 tsp, curry powder.
Serve warm.

CIRRESISTIBLE!"-

&ORO(

61)Z1 --

!SUGGESTED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES'

FRI., MON., TUES.: Open 6:45,
"Georgy Girl", 1:00, 10:40. SAT.
EVE.: Open 7:00, shown 7:15, 10:55.
SUN.: 1:00, shown 1:30, 5:00, 845.

THE
PROFESSIONALS

A COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE
RANAVISION.-TECHNICOLOR!

FRI., MON., TUES.: 8:45 only. SAT.:
9:00 only. SUN.: 3:05, 10:25.

• • •
SAT.: Matinee Children's Show
Qpen 1:00 Starts 1:20, Over 4:20

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12 MILE AT CO.,LIDGE,

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Big-Time Wreitling

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SATURDAY

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NIGHT OF HORROR!

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Matched Against

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—Playboy Magazine
Fri. 7:30, 9:35
Sat. 7:00,
9:05, 11:10

4 hr. Meter Parking lot front of The,atre, Woodward at 9-Mile, LI

SEE

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IT WITH SOMEONE YOU LOVE

OV GRAND PRIZE

WINNER
A MAN
I ) 11966 CANNES
ANd A WOMAN FILM FESTIVAL

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AWARDS
INCLUDING

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FOR ALL& BEST PICTURE
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Fri.: 7:30, 9:45; Sat.. 6:00, 8:15, 10:38

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3rd at the Blvd. • TE 4-0025 FREE PARKING • Entrance at 3rd&pp. Theatre

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