THE JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 26, 1968-37
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
`Madding Crowd' Showing at Five Local Theaters
the Year," is now showing at
popular prices at the Bloomfield,
Norwest, Quo Vadis, Royal Oak
and Woods Theaters. Filmed in
Panavision and Metrocolor, the
picture stars Julie Christie,
Terence Stamp, Peter Finch and
Comic Lee Allen Heads Alan Bates.
Elmwood Casino Bill
"Far From the Ma d d i ng
Funnynlan Lee Allen, whose Crowd" tells a story of human
mobile face was featured in the passions surging in a little farming
Broadway musical "Funny Girl" community in Dorset one hundred
and in the upcoming film of the years ago.
same name, is in his second week
Dinner at DARBY'S
at the Elmwood Casino. Rounding
Tiger hurler Earl Wilson won
out the Elmwood bill are singer 13 games in Tiger Stadium in 1966
By Danny Raskin
Loung and Bar
NEW INSIDE FACE AT the partment has been added to the Libby Dean, dance-duo Alex and and lost only two.
is a real treat
Golden Griddle Pancake House on popular Golden Griddle owned by Mara, and Lou Restivo and his
• Visit Our New
Woodward as it now also becomes Dave Burg . .. plus a small ban- orchestra.
a complete carry-out delicatesson quet and meeting room that seats
. . . Not a makeshift operation, but about 50 people . . . The pancake-
BREAKFAST CLUB I
a full-fledged carry-out delly de- delicatesson setup gives "Pappa
Snacks . . . a
Dave" another "first" . . . and is
NOTE OUR NEW HOURS
a most welcome addition for his
long list of already happy cus-
• Sauna Steam Bath
MON. to THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m.
• Swimming Pool
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m.-1 a.m.
Res. UN 2-7642
Deliciously Prepared for the
Enjoy delicious food, from Her- •
ring to luscious steaks, prepared • I
started discovering that the dining
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
Space Available for Small
in our own kitchen!
• BANQUET FACILITIES
out at Hotel St. Regis is not ala
Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
carte, and not so very very ex- • Same Location for 36 Years! •
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people who obviously have never • lit
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No •• EN I= MI IN
Dine in a Serene
SIDNEY JACKSON IS an elec-
trical engineer by trade . . . but
an all-around gourmet cook at
home . . In fact, many times
wife Reva just sits by and watches
invites you to enjoy .. .
CARRY OUT AND CATERING SERVICE
hubby Sidney make complete
Open Seven Days a Week . . . Mon. thru Thurs., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Fri. &
meals for the family that includes
Sat., 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sun. & Holidays, 12 Noon to 2 a.m.
daughter Paula, son David and
grandson Michael . . . Sid does
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Daily • Complete Dinners
Free Parking Across Street
including Passover . . . His cakes
We Honor Diner's and American Express
and matzo balks are "out of this
world" say the family . . One of
Sid's favorite gourmet dishes is
bouillabaisse, the famous French
248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
fish soup or stew of Mediterranean
fish, with saffron and perhaps
brandy added according to taste.
ITS NOW JOHN CURRY'S
"Salute To Broadway" revue in
the Velvet Cavern at The Moon
Oh that Stanley's...
Supper Club in Hazel Park . . .
food and drink,
The troupe of 10 singers and danc-
brought to you by
ers replaces the Robert Simpson
Company, and producer John
one of New York's
Invites You to Enjoy America's Finest Dining
Curry, who is also bossman at The
Moon, has added a fully staffed
C HOPS SEAFOOD
PUT IT THIS WAY
department which will be respon-
sible for the design and produc-
What wouldn't I do
Luncheons, 11:30-4 p.m.
tion of the "Salute To Broadway"
Dinners, 5:30-1 p.m.
to bring you the
resident revue company . . . Up-
best beef in town !
stairs in the Lunar Lounge at The
Moon, the great Kirby Stone Four
continues to WOW 'em!
ROCKY VALLEE HAS left the
Italian Alpine Village on Gratiot
. . a big loss . . and returns to
THERE'S REMODELING activ-
ity at the former site of Roumell's
Sea Food Grotto on Woodward
. . . Don't know what it is as yet.
KIJAFA IS A cherry wine spe-
Statler Hilton Executive • Across from. G. M.
cialty from Denmark . . . The sweet
Tech. Center, 29900 Van Dyke Ave., Warren,
cherry flavor with a touch of tart-
PARKING • BANQUET & MEETING FACILITIES
ness has won the affection of
Direct from its roadshow en-
gagement, "Far From the Madd-
ing Crowd," the dramatic love-
story hailed by the National Board
of Review as "The Best Picture of
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The Best of Everything
EARLY BIRD I
e unique dance music of
Star attraction at
the Mark Hopkins, the Racquet
Club, the Sands.
Five command performances
at the White House!
Dance to the exciting tempos
of Lloyd Lindroth's quartet
now at The Top of The Ponch.
at Studio North Theater
The Studio North Theater will go
"Underground" midnight and 1:30
a.m. Friday and Saturday eve-
nings. There will be a special
Sunday matinee each week at 3
Each week this new cinema
offering at the Studio North will
feature the latest from the "art of
the underground"; "high camp"
such as the adventures of Laurel
and Hardy, W. C. Fields, and the
like; as well as continuing serials,
the first of which will be "The
Phantom Creeps" tonight, starring
The performances were devised
by Marvin Surowitz, political
science instructor at Macomb
County Community College.
`Space Odyssey' Floats
Into the Summit Theater
Keir Dullea and Gary Lockwood
have been cast as astronauts of the
future in MGM's Cinerama adven-
ture, "2001: A Space Odyssey" at
the Summit Cinerama Theater.
FRIDAY ONLY-4 P.M. TO 6 P.M.
Reg. $ 1 . 3 5
15325 W. 8 MILE RD.
1360 SO. WOODWARD