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May 31, 1968 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-31

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E JEWISH NEW

Film 'Sweet November'
Comes to Four Theaters

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`Battle Beneath the Earth' Is Appearing Locally

"Battle Beneath the Earth," new
suspense film from MGM, is now
showing at the Colonial Nortown,
Rialto and Warren theaters. Also at
leading drive-in theaters including
the Algiers, East Side, Grand River,
Gratiot, Holiday, Michigan, Mt.
Clemens, Troy, Waterford and
West Side. The story revolves
around a Red Chinese invasion plot
against the United States which
comes to light when U.S. author-

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"Sweet November," a comedy-
By Danny Raskin
drama starring Sandy Dennis, An-
SMARTLY DRESSED in distinc- and Lee, his thoughts only on food,
thony Newley and Theodore Bikel,
is now showing at the Allen Park, tive sports garb, Lee Stern went put it on, walked to his table and
Harper, Northland and Quo Vadis to swank local nitery for dinner ordered . . . Soon half of the nitery
Penthouse II Theaters.
. . . and was told he must wear a was looking his way before Lee
tie to get in . . . The hostess discovered he was wearing what
A crook ends up on the gallows. brought him one of the few cravats was probably the most hideous
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kept there for that purpose . . . creation ever conceived in the
mind or normal or abnormal man
"NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 31, 1968-37 . . . It was more so embarrassing
since Lee is one of the best-known
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from the right . . . The girl re-
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The wonderful songster-guitarist
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Mandell's real name is Sanford
Sat., 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sun. & Holidays, 12 Noon to 2 a.m.
. . . In school, he answered to the
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him are the song stylings of Betty
Martin and the music of D. J.
Johnson, master of 18 instruments,
and combo . . . John Curry's
"Salute to Broadway" musical re-
vue is still wowing them in the
Velvet Cavern with specially cho-
PROUDLY PRESENTS
reographed a n d song-arranged
the unique dance music of
numbers from Broadway hits.
IT'S EASY TO TAKE a place
like Darby's for granted . but few
folks realize that Sam Boesky's
famed eatery here in Detroit
boasts one of the most extensive
dining menus in the country . . .
with everything from sandwiches
and salads • to stuffed cabbage,
Star attraction at
borscht, and other old world dishes
the Mark Hopkins, the Racquet
to filet mignon and a variety of
Club, the Sands.
grill delicacies.
COMPLAINT DEPT.: . - "Why
Five command performances
don't delicatessens get together and
at the White House!
make all numbered and 'name'
Dance to the exciting tempos
combination sandwiches alike .. .
of Lloyd Lindroth's quartet
This business of ordering the sand-
now at The Top of The Ponch.
which you found you like best at
one place . . . and then discovering
it to be made of something else
Pontchartrain
hotel
at another delicatessen is too, too
confusing."
Two Washington Boulevard

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