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December 22, 1967 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-22

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`The Bible' on Screen

The Best of Everything

Abraham, played by George C.
Scott, prepares to sacrifice his
By Danny Raskin
son Isaac in this scene from "The
Bible . . . In The Beginning," now
THE PRESIDENTIAL INN is attracting folks to the Presidential
showing at popular prices
Inn, one of the few places in the
Allen Park, Birmingham, Center, just a short drive on I-75 and midwest designed with a country
Jewel, Mai Kai, Ramona and Uni- Northline Rd. in Southgate, Mich. club atmosphere that gives you as
(take
Southfield
Expressway
south
niversal City Theaters. Directed
much activity or tranquility and
by John Huston with screenplay to 1-75 and off at Northline exit) seclusion as though it were your
by Christopher Fry, "The Bible" I . . . but a long way in providing own palatial estate.
is the first motion picture to tell good times . . In the luxurious
NO MORE TALK ... it's definite
in continuous sequence the stories Eagle's Roost, the food and cock-
of the Creation, Adam and Eve, tails are excellent and dancing is now that Harry Weiss and Ben Ep-
stein are taking over the delicates-
Caine and Abel, Noah ad the flood, nightly to the Terry Alan Trio ..
the Tower of Babel, the destruc- Cliff Prosser (remember him at sen-restaurant in Harvard Row
tion of Sodom and the saga of the Elmwood as maitre d' for so formerly called Raben's . . . Re-
Abraham. many years?) is doing a great job member Harry from The Esquire?
And Ben from Ben & George's?
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
DETROIT'S NEWEST Supper
34—Friday, December 22, 1967
club is The Moon, between Eight
& Nine Mile Rds. on North Chrys-
ler Service Drive in Hazel Park ...
The name is quite appropriate, be-
cause The Moon is really "out of
this world" in luxuriousness . . .
Holds about 600 people according
to boss John Curry, with a stage
huge enough to highlight the "Hits
of Broadway" Revue, plus sepia
songstress Damita Jo . . . The food
and drinks are very good.
NEW BUILDING BEING put up
on Coolidge, just South of Nine in
Oak Park, will house offices and
kitchen facilities for Bloom Elite
Kosher Caterers . . . A complete
line of kosher foods for pick-up
and delivery will be featured.
UNDOUBTEDLY ONE OF De-
troit's finest musical trios is the
Julio Shane combo at Golden Gal-
leon on E. Warren . . . From
Thursday thru Saturday nights,
Julio, Jeff and Bob give out with
the most versatile array of
melodious treats our ears have
had the pleasure of hearing in
SERVING OUR
a long time . . . When Julio
plays guitar and sings, ac-
companied by Jeff on the bass
and Bob on piano, he is an artist
at work, drawing a magnificent
From 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
rhythmic portrait for those listen-
SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN
ing.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL the laSt
PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY
minute to make your New Year's
Eve reservations . . . If you do, I
WOODWARD AT 11 1/2 MILE ROAD
don't expect to get them where you I
wanted to go in the first place.
LI 1-2577
JO 4-6688
ACTOR ELI WALLACH, whose
male lead in The Rose Tatoo is try-
ing to be emulated by the Center
Theater for their next production
of the Tennessee William's play,
figures his son Peter, who is ap-
WILL BE CLOSED
proaching his teens must be pretty
ON MONDAY NEW YEAR'S DAY
sharp for his age . . . He called in
the boy and gave him the time-
honored story about the birds and
the bees ... When Eli was finished,
Peter spoke up, "You know," he
0
l.1 .l exclaimed, "in a rudimentary fa-
FINE
DINING,
COCKTAILS
and
DANCING
ENJOY
D shion, the process isn't too dissimi-
lar to human reproduction.'
CHARLIE DUBIN. piano stylist
..-. at Darby's, drove his car into a pole
s recently . . . The insurance com-
pany took one look at it and gave
him a new auto—it was so com-
pletely demolished . . . Charlie
I luckily escaped without a scratch
[ II sfi . hard to believe but thankfully

Best wishes for a 160

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cgfeizes

CATERING

SOCIAL • INDUSTRIAL • EXECUTIVE
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rc

COMEN'GETA EM!

EVERY

WEDNESDAY IS 49er DAY

Dip Into All of the Golden
BUTTERMILK PANCAKES
You Can Eat

Bring Along
Your Prospectors

(WILL BE OPEN)

Bountiful Buffet Dinner

C

For Only

,Afdeuoveteitletwi

On MONDAY
New Year's Day

18641 WYOMING

Your Host, Al Rosenberg

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

LEAVE THE
WORLD BEHIND ...
HER

CLUB BERKLEY

Q

In The Elaborate
EAGLE'S ROOST of the

PRESIDENTIAL INN

The Inn With The Country Club Atmosphere ...
Combining a Magic Blending of Luxury and In-
formality . . . A Place Where You Can Enjoy a
Multitude of Activities, Or As Much Tranquility
and Seclusion As Though It Were Your Own
Palatial Estate.

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D anCing
Nigh"

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PACKAGE PLAN

*
*
*

Luxurious Room—Color T.V.

Gourmet Dinner

11

Dancing and Top Entertainment
Breakfast
Tax and Gratituity

ALSO MAKES A LONG
REMEMBERED GIFT FOR
OTHERS TO CHERISH.

1 29 5

Per
Person
Double
Occupancy

1-75 and NORTHLINE RD. SOUTHGATE, MICH.
283-4400
a Take Southfield Expressway South to I-75. Get Off At Northline
n Exit.

--JD

PLUS SINGING STAR

OA/MITA JO

STWAR ENTERTAINMENT ■ EXOT:( /0005 ■
DELICIOUS DRINKS ■ CHARMING MOON MAIDS
OUT OF THIS WORLD DECOR



• Entertainment



Noisemakers

• Favors
• Excellent Food

Spend an Exciting Presidential Evening

*

"Hits of Broadway" Revue

Trio

SPECIAL

*

Now Featuring

ROBERT SIMPSON'S

• AESERVATIONS ACCEPTED •
jot-

:re Y 4° the
r rbillan

MAKE YOUR NEW YEAR'S
EVE RESERVATIONS NOW!

Detroit's Luxurious New Supper Club

1 9

No Cover
No Minimum

Ring in 1968 with
your hosts
Iry Sachs & Sam Gilbert

SAKSEY'S

LOUNGE

18952 Woodward
( 1 blk. S. of 7)

TO 9-9373

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Perfect
Meeting
Place
for
Luncheon,
too.

Follow This Moon- -
Chart to 22010 North
Chrysler Service Drive
between 8 and 9
Mile Roads in Hazel
Park. Look for the
MOON sign!

THE MOON

For reservations, Phone 548-5700

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