THE JEWISH NEWS
to Summit Cinerama
'Custer of West' Coming
at inn of Robert Ryan, Ty Hardin and
Jeffrey Hunter in major roles.
"Custer of the West" will charge
from the screen of the Summit is=
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Cinerama Theater beginning Jan.
25 with the drama of the general's I ANNOUNCING OUR I
famous last stand, as well as t h e
tumultous story of his life. ,
JOIN US FOR
This is the first major western
from Cinerama since "How The
West Was Won. - Custer is por-
THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m. ,
trayed by Robert Shaw. Mrs. Cus- ▪
FRI. & SAT. 7 cm.-1 a.m. •
ter by Mary Ure. Co-starred are •
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, January 12,1968
The Best of Everything
I MARTY'S I
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
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Green-8 Shopping Center
• BANQUET FACILITIES
By Danny Raskin
Dinner at DARBY'S
Space Available for
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd., LON 24455
THE AFTERGLOW LOUNGE on
W. McNichols. just west of Wood-
Specializing in Cantonese Cuisine
is an intimate spot which
Open Mon. thru Fri. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
• Visit Our New
Sat I i a.m.-1L30 p.m.; Sun. Noon-10:30 p.m.
owners Sam Fertel and Steve Le-
In Harvard Row Shopping Center at
kis are working to build into a
11 Mile and Lahser Rd.
Lounge and Bar
Orders To Take Out
smart "place to go" done and
e A FTER
drink spot . . One of the walls
TIPS TO GALS . . . Don't spend , place. which has all the makings
hours trying to scrape away heav- for a number one club . . The
ily burned-on grease from pots food is excellent. beautiful decor
and good entertainment . . . Dino
and pans ... Use an oven cleaner Valle. fine songster, is now ap-
Res. [IN 2-7642
and save yourself some aggrava- pearing at the Afterglow.
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
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HAVE A SHERRY OLD FASH-
IONED . . . Place 1 teaspoon
bar sugar (or one cocktail cube)
in an old-fashioned cocktail glass
. . . Add dash of bitters/ and
Dine in a Serene
twist of lemon peel ... Pour in
two jiggers (3 ozs.) of dry or
cocktain sherry .. . Muddle len-
til sugar dissolves . . . Add a
But Somehow They Get to Try .. .
couple of ice cubes and stir thor-
CARRY OUT AND CATERING SERVICE
oughly . . . Add maraschino
Open Seven Days a Week ... Mon. thru Thurs., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Frt. &
cherry or orange slice if de-
a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sun. & Holidays, 12 Noon to 2 am.
3177 CASS AT PETERBORO, 2 Blks. N. of Masonic Temple
• • •
Free Parking Across Street
HAVE YOU BEEN to Chuck Jo-
seph's Place for Steak yet? . . .
We Honor Diner's and American Express
If not. give it a try and let Chuck
EVERY TUES. and THURS. 6 to 10 P.M.
know how it was . . The former *1-4-4-41-• 44•41-114-4- 11-1041.41-4 4• 44I- V- V-4141-44-41 4L V-41- 11 *** * *4141-Iftl-4 •41-444
Cedar's bossman is making an
Also Famous for
all-out effort to have the best food *
PRIME ROAST BEEF - STEAKS - CHOPS - SEA FOOD
possible to go with his fine liq-
Excellent Facilities for Parties and Banquets
uors . . . Chuck's spot is located
Up to 500 Guests
on Grand River just west of Outer
• • •
GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA PLAYS MUSIC NIGHTLY
ON FOURTEENTH STREET in
FROM 5:30 P.M. AND FOR DANCING AFTER 10 P.M.
New York there is an old German
restaurant named Luchow's, which :
with NANCY HEARTH
grows more popular, it seems, as
Woodward Ave. at 11 1/2 Mile Road
time goes by - . . Broadway and
Entertainment Tues. thru Sat. Nights
Holly•ood celebrities flock there
in particular on Sunday nights ...
No Cover No Minimum
. . . One promising starlet was
Full Course Dinners
making her first appearance in the :
Big Town and her publicity-con-
scious agent said. "The place in
which you'll attract the most at- i
tention tonight is Luchow's." - .
Block W. of Woodward *
248 W. McNichols
"That suits me fine." enthused
the starlet. "I haven't been to an *
honest-to-goodness Chinese eatery
in Heaven knows when!"
• « •
ITS LIGHT ENOUGH now to
play night baseball in front of the
Carleton House on Wyoming . . .
bright enough to find a glittering
needle on the sidewalk.
THE TED SHEELY TRIO at the
Losers is good .. . With Ted at the
piano, the group does a fine job
of mixing up rhythmic varieties of
tunes to the pleasant earfuls of
• • •
is o real treat
Bountiful Buffet Dinners
DI NO VALLE
CLARK NOW AT 14
Welcome to Detroit's
Dining and Entertainment Center
with a view!
PLACE DIN ill 'I
town the smart way
at the Pontchartrain
Your Host, Chuck Nov
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FOR RESERVATIONS. PHONE S65-0206
New George Sklar Play
to Open at Meadow Brook
"And People All Around," pro-
vocative new civil rights Oak re-
ceiving its American professional
premiere Jan. 19 at the Meadow
Brook Theater, represents a new
turning in the 36-year writing ca-
reer of author George. Sklar.
Throughout his career as a lead-
ing American playwright, screen-
writer and novelist, Sklar, now 60,
has been concerned with contem-
porary social problems, but never
before so sharply focused on civil
His return to the theater and his
turn to the racial trauma afflicting
whites and Negroes in America to-
day was occasioned by the murder
three years ago of civil rights
workers in Philadelphia, Miss.
Dr. Merel Harmel, professor of
anesthesiology at the University of
the State of New York, Downstate
Division, Brooklyn, will be visiting
chief at Sinai Hospital of Detroit
8 a.m. Thursday. Dr. Hormel will
speak on "Complications of Long-
Term Ventilator Care." All inter-
ested physicians are invited.
We figured you were so tired of reading such superlatives as
"magnificent cuisine" or "unsurpassed dining" that the only way
to capture your attention was to tell about the eating at Mario's
of Windsor in plain, honest language.
Fact of the matter is the chow is great. You won't find a
better tasting steak or a finer slice of prime rib anywhere here-
abouts. Our oysters are so fresh because you pick them jive out
of the tank. Our lobster tails, almost as fresh, you'll find excep-
tionally sweet and tender.
One of our specialties is smoked Nova Scotia salmon. The
whole fish is brought to your table for slicing. What eating!
Rich, scrumptuous desserts are another specialty. We have
our own pastry chef who whips up all kinds of delicious confec-
tions. If you're counting calories, forget it. But if you want to
have a real fling, order the pastry cart rolled up.
And if you enjoy 'a little libation with dinner, we have the
most varied assortment of brands around. We import from all
over the world, including specialties from Japan, India, Mexico,
Italy, Holland, France, England, Germany, Greece and Spain.
And we are allowed to serve drinks with dinner on Sundays,
from noon to 3 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. Call for reservations. We
prefer them, but you're equally as welcome without them, too.
YOUR HOST, KEES J. ROOZEN
OUELLETTE AYE., Windsor