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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 23

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 10, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 Bll Jonathan Winters A People-Watcher LYON-NICKEL CAFETERIA 107 level Pomdona - Servinj Mm leach line 1950 lunchee Spadoh 4airy eicept Sunday with laughter at Winters' portrayal of Maudie Frickert, the 84-year-old man-crazy grandma; Chester Honeyhugger.the feisty little kid; Elwood P. Sugglns. a "hip-square" country bumpkin, and King Quasi. By PATRICIA E. DAVB NEW YORK (UPD-Rub-berfaced comedian Jonathan Winters Is so many different people it's difficult to tell who the real Jonathan Winters is. Audiences hold their sides Roast Round of Beef (Lunch and Dinner) Rami U9 of lamb, Riling (Lunch and Dinner) Boost Young Turkey, Fillinf (Lunch and Dinner 1 1:30 A.M. re 1: IS M. -4:30 P M. to 1:00 P.M. . Daily arte) Sunday SEAFOOD RESTAURANT FEATURES SUN. own weekly television show on CBS. said "I'm creating all the time. You have to. This thing we have on our shoulders Is the greatest movie camera going... it photographs with the eyes, records with the ears and then the brain edits. "But the editing," he continued, "that's the thing. Everybody has the same camera-It's how much editing and developing you do with it that makes the difference. You have to want to use It and I do. There are an awful lot of people who don't take advantage of It, and they miss an awful lot." Winters noted that he often goes on study sprees. "One day Is people study day and I just sit on a park bench all day and study people going bv. the "a Far-Eastern cat." "They're all me." Winters said In an interview. "And all my characters are very real to me. It's like a real little family. I could never single one out as my might offend the others." The Winters brand of comedy eschews the traditional stand up Joke. Instead, he concentrates on characterizations, playing as many as 12 different people In a single sketch. "I get my characters from the people I meet," Winters said. "Maudie, for example, is a composite of various old ladies with an emphasis on my Aunt Dolly. She was a great hip old lady. She taught me to play poker." Winters, who stars In his Sans Souci Hotel success to the broad reach of television. 'Television," he added, "Is my field. I love It. If my series were cancelled, I'd go to movies or records. But you can bet your life I'd not go back to the gin mills. I've had It there." Besides watching people, Winters spends his spare time drawing caricatures and painting ("Art gives you tremendous insight Into people and things") and collecting antiques. His exercising, the plump comedian says, consists of "sitting In a World War II camp chair in my yard watching the neighborhood fitness buffs Jog by I'm their official timer." Winters also insisted with a .puckish grin that he likes to paint ball bearings tan, place them under trees "and watch the squirrels come down and crack their teeth." IAKED FILET OF IAHAMA SNAPPER with Urn Butter ... $1.95 PImw 832-3 1 83 OKee A. Al Flackr Bridge e re Periif The next day may be animal or even rock day. "I take mental pictures and notes all day. I study everything about my subject. Then I file all my Images away In the back of my mind until I need them." Many these Images are used when Winters "wings It" (ad libs). And he Is constantly winging It, off stage as well as In the spotlight. He has been known to lisp to an unsuspecting airplane seat-mate that his name is Elwood P. SuggIns..."I am to get off the plane in New York. People are going to meet me. They are going to take me to the funny farm." One such seat-mate, Winters recalled with a wicked grin, quickly moved to another section of the plane. Winters, who lives In Los Angeles with his wife and two children, began imitating people to amuse himself as a child In Dayton, Ohio. After serving In World War II he struggled through a series of nightclub acts and finally gained public recognition appearing on the Gary Moore and Jack Parr television shows. He has appeared in seven movies, including "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World" and "The Russians are Coming." Winters credits most of his ENJOY AN ITALIAN DINNERAT . . . MAMA GILDA RESTAURANT IN A TYPICAL ITALIAN RELAXING ATMOSPHERE . ALSO SERVING STEAKS PRIME ROAST BEEF SEAFOODS AND YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAIL RES. CALL 833-3088 15th ST. & N. DIXIE W.P.B. Thcre's u place for you at The Captain's Table. On the Intracoastal Waterway Hillshoro Ave. (State Road 810), Deerfiekl Beach. Fla. For reservations, tel. W-4000 350 S. 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SPECIAL Morrow Slated For FOFBall LAZA V- J jOYAL jJoiNCIANA PALM BEACH FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 832-2432 VIAkIIMA inn FULL COURSE DINNER Baked Boneless chicken breast par-msan, onti potto, garlic bread, minestrone soup, side spaghetti, bever 1TJU MJL JLA 1-i JaV M.A. M 0N THE LAKE (formerly George Washington Hotel) Daily Dinner SPECIALS age, Italian lemon, ice wine cordial. ALSO STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOODS CHICKEN FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE "DEDDE" THE STROLLING ITALIAN rCrrC MANDOLIN SOLOIST! COMPLEX OF FINE RESTAURANTS i Sat. Nov. 9 German Veal Cutlet Sun. Nov. 10 Roast Cornish Hen Mon. Nov. 1 1 Veal-Cordon Bleu Tues. Nov. 12 Roast Prime Ribs of Beef Wed. Nov. 13 Chicken A la Kiev Thurs. Nov. 14 Stuffed Bavarian Cabbage Captain's CabinTavern on the GreeneCoffee ShoppeeThe WharfPublick House PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD. AT 1-95 unOPPOSITE THE PALM BEACH MALL Fri. Nov. 15 Shrimp A la Newburg U.S. HWY. 1 LANTANA 585-5521 fie. ALSO Roost Beef every night, in addition to the above specials. tsml' IIUV7 CAPTAIN'S A. AAA $2.95 INCLUDES CHOKE OF APPETIZER, POTATO, VEGETABIE, SA1AD, DESSERT and BEVEIAGEI innnnniN W PI.KTi Of fHf.E PAHKIISG DAY AD MCHT CABIN SUNDAY DINNER tan Enjoy bit of the Bowl and Mug In our authentic Pub SUNDAY 2 p.m. 'til 1 a.m. Mon. thru Thurs, 11 a.m.'til 1a.m. Fri. and Satll a.m. 'til 2 a.m. Guptaia'A Oafife Dining Room to P.M. Doily 12 mm to Ml. SaaeWy OPEN All DAT SUNDAY CManineTlooTTL SPECIAL ALL DRINKS Vj PRICE 5 to 6 P.M. Daily al CoU Hon d" Oeuvm Served with a CocktiiU Fin Dining In the Matter's Cabin Setting of proud ship of the line TIES AND JACKETS FOR THE MEN Dinner Service 5 P.M.'til 11 P.M. FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 683-0807 or 683-1678 BUDDY MORROW BANQUET FACILITIES ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED MARINA INN Flagler Drive at let St. . . . West Palm Beach v n SPECIALS APPETIZER SALAD Roast Turkey, Dressing, Gravy $2.25 Broiled Grouper Filef 2.35 Baked Virginia Ham, Pineapple Sauce .... 2.25 Golden-Fried Scallops, Tartar Sauce 2.95 Roast Chicken, Dressing, Gravy 2.25 Breaded Veal Cutlet, Brown Gravy 2.25 k Roast Sirloin of Beef, Au Jus 2.50 Golden-Fried Shrimp, Tartar Sauce 2.50 Chopped Sirloin, Mushroom Sauce 1.95 U.S. Highway 1 Phone 832-8191 i lAaL i M f&) I LANTANA I e 'J 1 1 I I 11 85-5521 anno THE lUlIiU Itil I Hf) OF THE 1 $8 lL 1 VEGETABLES DU JOUR DESSERT BEVERAGE Served 12 Noon to 9 P.M. FAMILY DINING S I.JIe, Buddy Morrow and his "Night Train" orchestra will provide the musical background for the Fraternal Order of Firemen's New Year's Eve dance beginning at 10 p.m. Dec. 31 at the West Palm Beach Auditorium. Morrow, a trombone specialist, records for RCA, Mercury and Epic records. His "Night Train" album sold well over a million copies. A FOF spokesman said Morrow and his 16-plece orchestra have been booked for seven months. The FOF, which will use the proceeds for its building and education funds, has planned a bang-up celebration. Ticket prices will Include the cost of nolsemakers, liats and all the trimmings for a welcoming of the New Year. Tickets are on sale now and may be obtained from the auditorium or from P. O. Box 1886, West Palm Beach. Table reservations will be taken through Dec. 15. A special section of seats has been reserved for spectators only. Tickets are available for this section at a reduced price. Persons purchasing these tickets will not be . allowed on the floor for dancing. Ticket sales have been limited to 2,000 persons to allow plenty of room for dancing and New Year merrymaking. at -M. 7, DCACrtMADIE DDirEC rvtnjvi inULL r rvi V.I.J a. ,1 ''Vt OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN Swth wi Sktr hland In Palm Bmh Stwm ALWAYS Oil SUNDAY! Call Jahn 2- O Full Dinners Include APPETIZER SALAD ENTREE VEGETABLES ROLLS & BUTTER DESSERT COFFEE OR TEA Served1 5:30 to 9 P.M. DAILY Sundays & Holidays 12 ta 9 P.M. A LA CARTE SEtVICE TR 12 P.M. O CUT-RATE LIQUOR STORE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -7 A FULL COURSE LUNCH LUNCHEON SPECIALS )N SPECIALS WW APPETIZER, ENTREE, DESSERT md BEVERAGE IS PROUD TO PRESENT SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER Noon to 2:00 P.M. If your lamily nagged by sedantory Sundoyi, lilting around wondering when, and it, something exciting h tvtr going to happen? Well, juit listen to thisl Today, at noon, Chef Boeck presents: ROAST VERMONT TURKEY with All the Trimmings MIXED SEAFOOD PLATTER with Lobster Tail, Clams, Fried Shrimp, Scallops and Filet of Sole OLD FASHIONED FRIED CHICKEN MARYLAND with Fried Banana GOLDEN FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP with Tartar Sauce COLONNADES CORNUCOPIA OF FRIED CHICKEN, MEATY SPARERIBS AND SAUTEED PINEAPPLE Bring along your biggest appetites, because the one low season price of the entree, also includes appetizer or soup, vegetables, a hearty solod ond beverage. All for the low off-season price of $2.95 Children Half Price Then at 6:00 p.m. The Fabulous TKUNCAL Ill FFET A 60 foot long array of gastronomic delights. Groat Rocks of Beef, Hot Casserole Surprises, Platter offer Hotter of Chilled Vwndes, Tasty Seafoods, Plump Roast Fowl, countless Salad and Appetizers . . . along with on eye-popping assortment of eleboratt desserts. AD you want of what you lik for only $3.95, including your favorite beverage. I Served Daily Chopped Liter, Mm led herring, lerp Chilled Clea Tenure (.uA . a ...Jmt Juice, Soup Ue lorn, IHmmet Sommp IMW HI lie mmumm CHARCOAL BROILED SLICED tS" STEAK PLATTER 0 CHICKEN CACCIATORE. mmmek - M BROILED CHOPPED SIRLOiN STEAK W I -1. FRIED FILET OF SOLE. Ml BROILED VIRGINIA HAM STEAK, sua 2 rvu cored kU teennr, . M rMr el ieted, od ttilMmi Better, te ,e COMPLETE DELUXE emi JUNIORS FAMOUS CHIESI CAU Jerk Html Cmm Served eafy eerweea 12 neoa ti 4 ijss. False Vessels Used In Dogs AKRON, Ohio (AP) A research team at Akron City Hospital has been using small, man-made blood vessels In dogs and claim there Is no sign of complications. Dr. W. V. Sharp, head of the team, said the results show promise for persons suffering from hardening of the arteries and other arterial diseases. Doctors at the hospital, working with research scientists of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., said small blood vessels have been functioning perfectly In dogs for more than four and a half months. Al' trrrleg per rreeter Heeehrk red 5mJ Urme li mem-i:S9 p Sekct frnm our rvfular (iourmft Efrim Menu from 4 p m on TAKE-OUT SERVICE Plate Dinners & Family Orders CHICKEN SHRIMP BAR-B-QUE SCALLOPS CLAMS OYSTERS ALSO 1 SANDWICHES and FIXIN's "Sing-Along with Lanny Grey" Nllely 'til 1 1 P.M. Excrpl Monday on the Carosserl Bar ; Cocktail Hour 5:00 to 7:00 P.M. Cocktails - 60 . All the Free Hore D'Oeuvrei You Can Eat.

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