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November 14, 1969 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-14

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MOVIE GUIDE

powIPArr•wi

ADAMS.

W'ward 2 blks. S. 15 MI.
MI 4-6006
WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS
incl. BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR

1BLOOMFIELD

Circus Park

Free Parking after 5 p.m.
WO 1-8525
Laurence Olivier, Michael
Caine, Trevor Howard

"BATTLE OF BRITAIN"

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 14, 1969-37

11:15, 1:35, 3:50, 6:10, 8:25, 10:40

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

LARCO'S

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd. UN 2.6455

N

AT THE
PARK
SHELTON

Woodward at Kirby

Internationally Famous

French-Italian Cuisine



Luncheons • Dinners

- • Private Banquet

Facilities

PARKING IN
BUILDING GARAGE

For Reservations

875-8920

WHILE IN LOS ANGELES, San:
Dictor took us to visit with former
Detroiter Al Mendelson, bossman
at Nate and Al's Delicatessen on
N. Beverly Dr., one of LA's most
popular spots and home of the
stars . . . with 17 countermen and
2,000 personal charge accounts .
Al came out to California 25 years
ago and started a deli with the
late Nate Rimer (remember Nate's
on Dexter?) . . It had a small
carry-out counter and a few tables
along the wall . . . Five years
later, walls were knocked out and
it became the "biggie - everybody
knows about today.
RASCAL HOUSE on W. 10 Mile
Rd. and Southfield, has finally be-
come a 100 per cent operation...
Its now open from 7' a.m., break-
fast. to midnight evening snacks...
Friday and Sat. 'til 2 a.m. . .
Until the wrinkles were ironed
out, Rascal House was only run-
ning half its potential with one
side closed many times, and no
breakfasts were served . . . Now
with the problems down to a mini-
mum, there's even a complete buf-

DAVE MARR

Guitarist - Singer
LATEST DISCOVERY IN THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD
and the

DON d'ANDRE TRIO



Luncheon Daily • Attendant Fark , ng • amplcte Dinners

two weeks . . . Bobby is a
"MUST" to see and hear! . . .

Div ctouncp2,

248 W. McNICHOLS

(Just W. of Woodward)

fet brunch on Sundays from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
IF ANYBODY PERCHANCE
had to take sick on the night of
Nov. 5, better it should have been
at Hugo's, what with the Detroit
Graduate Club of Phi Delta Epsi-
lon Medical Fraternity there for
dinner before attending Meadow-
brook Theater at the Art Insti-
tute . . The 64 doctors and their
ladies enjoyed luscious meals at
one of Detroit's finest eateries be-
fore seeing "The American
Dream" and "Black Comedy•' on
opening night at the Art Institute.
JACK PAGOTO of Vannelli's
on Woodward, received his second
liquor license . . . and will new
open Vannelli's East on Gratiot
and Conner after eight months of
torrid waiting.
VIKING SMORGASBORD in the'
Cadillac Motel on Congress. is the
only such dining spot of its kind
in Downtown Detroit . . and
nothing like it anywhere! . . . Top
dog Leib Rosenberg has a seven-
foot revolving smorgasbord table
(giant lazy susan) with all the
food coming to the people instead
of their going to the food . . Vik-
ing is now open for lunch and din-
ner.
BOBBY L A U R E I., Detroit's
complete entertainer, whose ver-
satility and exceptional talents
are always excitingly delightful.
finishes up his long engagement
at the Apartment Lounge, W. Mc-
Nichols just W. of Southfield, in

868-3611

LAST TWO WEEKS
*
BOBBY LAUREL TRIO

TO SEE AND HEAR THE FABULOUS

Don't miss him! . . . His piano
and song stylings, set to varied
arrangements by an adept trio,
include popular, standard and his
own compositions . . . Those who
listen carefully will quickly note
his amazing ability to improvise
arrangements as he sings and
plays.

SET YOUR FM RADIO dial at
94 and hear Don Alcorn from 3 to
7 p.m. on W-HFI . . . He spins a
SHOWTIME
masterful web of entertaining pat-
* • Complete Lunches 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
9 P.M.- 2 A.M.
ter and real good music . . Its
*
• Cocktail Hour 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
easy
to see why Don has become
Piano & Vocals By
*
*
, one of Detroit's top disc jockeys!
GRECHEN GREEN
*
ONE
OF THE new names on the
*
*
All Credit Cards Honored
star circuit is Dave Maar, songs-•
: 18332 W. McNichols 531-8877
ter-guitarist at the Afterglow
************************************************t Lounge on W. McNichols Rd., just
W. of Woodward . . . Excellent
food and drinks and very fine
service place the popular After-
glow among Detroit's top supper
clubs.
EARL ROBERTS and wife Caryl
always eat at the counter during
evenings at the Rascal House . . .
The reason is waitress Evelyn
Jewell, whose pleasantness and
prompt attention are qualities of
a good waitress . . . Folks who
know Evelyn from all those years
at
Darby's will attest that Earl
with us
and Caryl aren't the only ones
quick to Shower praise on her
Open from 12 noon
ability.
MI
SINCE OPENING its new doors
HI 9:30 p.m.

on Telegraph Rd. in Nov. 1967,
Raleigh House is today one of the
largest and most beautiful cater-
X
ing establishments in the nation
X COMPLETE DINNERS
. . . An average of 5.600 people a
week walk into the Raleigh House!
With All the Trimmings

akaRriiieNT
• ,LOUNGE



LOX • X X X X Min



* X X X • • X • MX 1114




it Invites you to enjoy. your
X

Thanksgiving Day Dinner

















Children's
Portions
Available

:

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONIS EARLY

WOODWARD AT 111 .

II JO 4 - 6688

MILE ROAD

LI

1-2577




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*

rAXXIMX•X•X•••••III•X•XXX•IK

Wed. Ladies Day - 75c

FOX

"OLIVER" (G)

EVES. Mon thru Sat. 8 P.M.
EVES. SUN. 7 P.M .
All seats reserved.
Matinees Wed. Sat. 8 Sun. at 2 p.m.
Box office open Wed. Sat. 21. Sun. 1.9
Box office open
Mon. Tues. Thur. Fri.
4.1

2211 Woodward-WO 1-9494

CAMELOT W.

Held Over 2nd Big Week
Regurgitating Horrors!

Warren at

Road

Liza Minelli in

"THE EXOTIC ONES"

"THE STERILE CUCKOO"

plus

"SHE FREAK"

Fri 6:25, 10:10. Sat. 6:20, 10:10. Sun.
2:20, 6:10, 10:00
Plus Michael Caine in

LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For Schedule Information Call WO 1-7917

Fri. 8:20. Sat. 4:15, 8:20. Sun 4:15, 8:10

EVERY

b oth in color
tilED. LADIES' DAY

GRAND CIRCUS Park WO C 1 i-r 3

5 Hrs: Free

Pkg.

.
L 4 ';
After 5 p.m.-Anytime
Sunday

"THE LEARNING TREE"

"WAIT UNTIL DARK"

1:15, 5:15, 8:55
WED. LADIES' DAY 75c
For Spec. Group Sales Call 961-4700

NEIGH BORHOODI

GreenVeld R
4 9 44-867 - 6
*
' 358-392 d0
Wm. Holden, Verna Lisi

AMERICANA

"THE XMAS TREE" (G)

Fri. 6:00, 8:00, 10:00
Sat. and Sun. 1:05, 3:30, 5:35, 8:00, 10:10

3 b ;T:ns. Pamoofuth Rd.

"THE FEMALE'

Prymoutn Rd.
at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 IL ICE 4-6400
Liza Minelli in

MAI KAI

"THE STERILE CUCKOO"

Fri. and Sat. Eve. 6:25, 10:10. Sun. 2:10,
6:00, 10:00
Plus Michael Caine in

11:00, 3:00, 7:00, 10:30

ATLAS

"ALFIE"

Greenfld.

"The Female" makes "I a Woman" look
like Mary Poppins
. N.Y. Daily News
Week Nights 8:50 Only
Sat. and Sun. 7:05, 10:15
Carol Baker in

"THE SWEET BODY OF DEBORAH"

Wk. Nights 7:10, NO. Sat., Sun. 5:30,

"ALFIE"

Fri. and Sat. Eve. 8:20. Sun. 4:05, 8:05.
Sun 2:10, 6:00, 10:00

Sat Spec. Children's Matinee Open
12:00. "DRACULA, PRINCE OF DARK-
NESS," 12:30, 3:25. "DEVIL'S BRIDE,"
2:10.

MAIN, ROYAL OAK Ma 1 1_ 1 11.011180 Mde

All Walt Disney Show
Best in Family Entertainment.

"DARBY O'GILL & THE LITTLE
PEOPLE"

Plus Haley Mills in

"THE PARENT TRAP"

d River
KE ;--V5'EsSrPfkGFrraene--
SEAN CONNERY IN

REDFORD

"DARBY O'GILL & THE LITTLE
PEOPLE"

Winner of 3 Academy Awards

Mon.-Thur. Open 5:30, shown 7:30, 10:35.
Fri. open 5:45, shown 8:00, 11:05. OR•
GAN INTERLUDE 7:45. Sat. and Sun.
open 11:15, shown 1:05, 4:20, 7:30, 10:45.
Plus Jerry Lewis in

in
"THE LION IN WINTER"

Mon.-Thur. 5:50, 9:00. Fri. 6:05, 9:30.
Sat. and Sun. 11:35, 2:45, 6:00, 9:10

BERKLEY

12 Mile•Coolldge LI 2.0330
HELD OVER 3rd WEEK

Peter O'Toole, Katherine Hepburn

WEEK NIGHTS. open 6:45 shown 7:00,
9:20 Sat. EVE. RE-open 6:45 shown 7:10,
9:30 SUN. Open 1:30 shown 1:45, 4:05,
6:25, 8:45

SAT. ONLY SPECIAL MATINEE
ALL SEATS 5 Oc

Open 1:00 starts 1:20, over

4:35

JERRY LEWIS IN "THE PATSY"

The 3 Stooges in

Birmingham-M1 4-3533
S. Woodward at Maole

"ALFIE"

Fourth,
315 Wilt
2 1 R.O.

Shirley MacLaine, Ricardo Montalban

"SWEET CHARITY"

Fri. open 6:45, shown 9:00 only. Sat.
open 2:45, shown 4:55, 9:15. Sun. open
1:30, shown 3:35, 7:55. Week nights open
5:45, shown 8:00 only.
Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward

Fri. 7:05, 11:05. Sat. 3:00, 7:10, 11:25.
Sun. 1:40, 5:55, 10:15. Week Nights 6:05,
10:15

TAKE THE FAMILY

Liza Minelli in

"THE STERILE CUCKOO"

FricanttdthSraut. Thur.
5:55, 9:45

ROYAL OAK

"WINNING"

"THE OUTLAWS IS COMING"

Birmingham

"HOOK, LINE & SINKER"

Osnj7,

2:00

Mon. thru Thur. 7:15 only. Fri., Sat
8:05 only. Sun 3:50, 7:45

OUT TO DINNER

AND A SHOW

Free Concerts Offered at Oak Park Library

Mrs. Edherg will comment on
The first concert in a series of
free musical programs sponsored each of the works to be performed.
by the Friends of the Oak Park This program is part of the
Library will be given at the Li- Oak Park Library's "Free
brary 9 p.m. Tuesday. Forum-Concert Series" open to
It will feature two members of all residents of the Detroit area.
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Both the concerts and the forums
Shaul Ben-Heir, flutist. and Paul are held in the library's reading
Gansom, bassoonist. Also appear.' lounge.
Ben-heir was awarded the sil-
ing with her husband will be flutist
Genia Ben-Meir. They will be ac- ver medal by the International
Music
Festival in Helsinki in 1962
companied by Mrs. Judith Edberg
on a harpsichord she and her hus- and performed as first flutist With
the Haifa Symphony Orchestra.
band have constructed.
His wife performed as first flut-
ist with the Ithaca Symphony Or-
Berri's Film 'Marry Me'
chestra and is presently a member
to Open at Towne Theater of the Jewish Center Symphony
Orchestra.
"Marry Me, Marry Me,'• a film
For information, call the library.
from the maker of "The Two of LI 8-7230.
Us." Claude Berri, opens an ex-
clusive engagement Wednesday at
Ice Follies Sunday Is
the Towne Theater.
"Marry Me. Marry Me" con- Southwoods Fund Raiser
Tickets for the Ice Follies are
corns the romance of a young
man from a working class family still available from Southwoods
who falls in love with the daugh- Chapter. Women's American ORT,
ter. of a wealthy Belgian diamond which is sponsoring the Olympia
merchant. The gap between the Stadium fund raiser 6:30 p.m. Sun-
financial and social status of the day.
Featured in the show will be
families creates a problem for
Agency Teaches Students two
the young man, further complicat- Pegoy Fleming, and Barbara Ann
NORFOLK. Va. (JTA) - Two ed by a triangle caused by his Scott, the brother-sister team. Ron
students working for master of beautiful English teacher. All ends and Cindy Kauffman and many
science degrees in social work at well with a colorful wedding and more.
For tickets. call Lois Sandher2.
the Virginia Corn monv.ealth Uni- post-wedding celebration.
Gall,int, 5-1a-
versity have started receiving
The picture was filmed in Paris 353-609. or
field instruction at the Jewish and Antwerp. with the both cities 4 7. Proe'eeds rill help sdpport
ORT schools all over the ',.."1- 91.
Family Service here. The Norfe:k vividly displayed in color.
"Marry Me. Marry Me - ("Nfazel
agency has been chosen to teach
that
something
A
classic is
social work students professional Toy . ") is rich in .1e-2\e ish lore and
application of family casework customs. The dialogue. in French, everybody ee ants to have read al.•I
techniques. according to Hazel is spiced with Yiddish and sub - nobody wants to read.
'A
- Mark T .1111
titles are in Em_dish.
Roman, JFS executive director.

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