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Asbury Park, New Jersey
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Friday, November 20, 1970
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P M W VOICE OF BROADWAY men ASIURY PARK EVENING PRESS, frl, Nov. 20, 1970 11 T LIFE ROUNDUP FRANK SINATRA, plnfiiird wilh painful hand trouble, also ' has a headache scheduled: Kx-wife Mia Farrow's writing her memoirs . . . The lale fieri Lahr's son John is play reviewer for the weekly Vil- "lace Voice and vies for nastiest-critic honors with Martin Gottfried who married .loan Lahr and airs his mcataxe .opinions in Women's Wear Paily: the Sardi Set call them "The Brothers in-Law Grim" Asked what he docs at fi6 to look so youthful, far younger than the Archbishop of Canterbury who Is the same ape, Gary Grant said he didn't know, "but why don't you ithe Archbishop what he rdoes?" r. Maria Callas has reserved ;.digs at the Regency on Park I Ave. . . . Hairdo genius Vidal ;:Sassoon has invented a Uni-;wig the same ear-to-ear CarpctinR for Him and Her . . ir Brooklyn's youngish Rabbi 1 Jacob Hccht battles constantly against pornography, rnrugs, permissiveness and -other threats to his communi-.' ty's youth: Rabbi Hecht also is fighting for the future of his : own 12 children . . . "Exodus" i author Leon Uris wife Jill ex- ited the hospital the day his : latest novel "QB VII" was ; published Jill ree'd a skull : fracture in a dune buggy ' crash at Montauk, L.I. (His : injuries were minor) . . . Mus-; ical based on Uris "Exodus," ; titled "Ari," is in rehearsal. ; No one was there to sketch i the shoes Noah wore on the ; Ark, but Danny Kaye as Noah ! in the "Two by Two" musical ! wears "space shoes" in his ' sore-footed-for-years custom i. . . June Allyson's recovering ifrom pneumonia . . . Claire -(Mrs. Tom) O'Neil, wife of sine Gcn'l Tire chairman, is all sbkay after her pneumonia jf Siege . . . Woody Allen's dates tnow are mostly with ex-wife i"L6uise Lasser . . . "Man of La to , f . . ON STAGE . . . NOV. MONMOUTH. PLAYERS - Present "The Rainmaker," 8:30 p.m. at the Navesink Library, Middletown Township. Director: Renee Maxwell. Tickets are available through Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Fansler, Middletown Township. Nov. 20, 21 SHORE PLAYERS - Present "Mary, Mary," 8:30 p.m. at Shore Regional High School, West Long Branch. Director: Frank Lawyer, assisted by Mario DeStefano. OCEAN COUNTY COLLEGE - Presents "Lion in Winter," 8:30 p.m. in the college lecture hall. Director: Arthur .-.Waldman. Tickets available at the college Community Affairs .Office or at the door. ' Nov. 20, 21, 28 WILLETTE PRODUCTIONS - Present "Send Me No ZFlowers," 8:30 p.m. at Monmouth Shopping Center Civic Auditorium, Eatontown. Director: Bob Willctte. Tickets available at NET Travel Agency, Asbury Park, and Welcome Aboard Vacation Center, Monmouth Shopping Center. Nov. 27, 28, Dec. 5 PINE TREE PLAYERS - Present "Dear Friends," 8:30 p.m. at the Spring Lake Community House, 3rd & Madison Aves. 'Director: Bill P'nglish. Ticket information and group sales: Mrs. Joseph MacDonald, 572 Colorado Ave., Brick Township. Dec. 5, 6, 12, 13 CENTER DRAMA WORKSHOP - Presents "Waltz of the t Toreadors," 8:40 p.m. at the Monmouth YM-YWHA, 2nd & Bath Aves., Long Branch. Director: Dorothy MacLean. WATCH OUR CHEF BROtt YOUR STEAK TO ORDER 595 Brick Blvdz-Bricktown Just Sooth of Brick Plaza FRI.SAT. SUN.0IW.Y WRANGLER Twin SIRLOIN FILETS OVER 34 LB. OF 6 CHARBROLED 7 TENDERNESS NO ONE WITHIN 30 wn ru u kMitfiu c-renu criDTUIC OOtCH YOU 0V YOURSELF THE FAVOR! OPEN DAILY 11:30 to B:30P.M.fRIDAY I SATURDAY 11 9 P.H. vd Aft THANKSGIVING DINNER at family prices! Spreinl Children's Menu Enjoy a festive holiday banquet in an elegant atmosphere. The Homestead offers its best for the family on Thanksgiving Day. Moderately priced. FOR RESERVATIONS, PHONE 449-7474 BANQUET FACILITY AVAILABLE 7 ... mr u i ' in mm I HllTTVTi t'yA, HfMMIHM - Hv Jack O'llrian , v " MARIAN ANDERSON Mancha" composer Milch Leigh ("The Impossible Dream") and his wife have a possible dream reconciliation . . . Tony Dali, a Mario Lanza protege (mentioned often for the Lanza ifwhen film biog), has a Carnegie Hall concert Nov. 2.1, with Arthur Esposito conducting a 62-piece. symphony. ALIZA KASI1I 20, 21 TAKEOUT SERVICE CALL 471-7500 MILES MUOFFER t,OI f (.1,1 IR V f n '; ivillB AHibw 0 )1 r, Mikiki i MARIAN ANDKRSON was refused use of Washington's Constitution Hall by its owners (the D A. ft.) years ago, and how times have changed: The great Marian's nephew, fine conductor .lames de Priest, conducted the National Symphony Orchestra there; the first black man ever to lead the orchestra In the hall for an entire instrumental program ... and got a fine re-' view from Paul Hume the lad who got presidential heck from Harry Truman after his review of Margaret's singing concert. Cubby Broccoli checked into Las Vegas to arrange another James Bond film location (for January) at the Vegas Riviera ... Age of Vulgarity: Rock group called The Black Widow ends its act with lead singer Kip Trevor actually whipping proup member Joyce Terry, then stripping her for the audience; we saw the pictures of same pretty sick. TV's "Hee Haw" crew hopes the theatrical tradition of things happening in threes doesn't hit that cornball show: Its second regular member (Roy Clark) was hit by a heart attack . , . This is just too seasonally early: At 3:25 a.m. as we type this, radio station WNEW is playing "Silent Night" . . . Fifth Ave. stores already are colorfully awash with Yule decorations ... TV panelist (To Tell the Truth) Tom Poston tapes a whole week of that opus in one day; and the rest of the week Tom's a registered Wall St. broker . . . Australian TV firm filming an animated version of "A Connecticut Yankee" for General Mills' Craft, Game & Toy Division needed a Yankee voice for its Thanksgiving Day CBS-TV special and tapped Orson Bean, Down Under with a Bdwy. show. FLIP WILSON'S tired of answering queries about the Black-White mix on his top-rated TV variety and laughs them all off with: "We're going for a light gray" . . . Fella at Sardi's bar said he knew a Grass Widow. Divorced or separated, his drinking companion asked: "Neither," the nut noted. "Her husband's serving a marijuana rap." Famed bandleader-composer Noble Sissle (I'm Just Wild About Harry) ree'd the Distinguished Service Award from the USO Board of Governors . . . Noble (with partner Eubie Blake) was with the very first show biz gang to entertain our GIs back in '41 when the OSO was founded . . . He's still on the USO's Nat'l Board of Governors . . . Quote from Kirk Douglas: "My life's a B-mov-ie. I'd never make it as a picture. It's too corny" . . . Shub-ert Alley scuttle reports the eight songs Richard Rodgers discarded while producing "Two by Two" are better than the 25 left in. Alisha Kashi, 100 times with Merv Griffin, can't figure why she can't get on his show any more . . . The new Library Restaurant loaded its wall-shelves with hundreds of old bestsellers bought from the Salvation Army at a penny a pound . . . Diahann Carroll ree'd a Woman of the Year award from the Amer. Women in Radio & TV and said of Hal Kanter who created-produced "Julia," her hit series: "Being tlx; first Black woman to star in a TV series is something for which I'll never forgive him or forget him." . , . Young actor told Vincent Sardi Jr. his bride was expelled from her, cooking classes: "She flunked thawing." Sally Rand bequeathed her famous fan dance (created in '33 for the Chicago World's Fair) to the Western Dance School, Vancouver, B.C. It's now in the company of such antiques as the choreography of Ted Shawn, Ruth St. Denis and Micho Ito . . . Hawaii Kai's Irv Karter read that actor Lee Marvin, 45, wed his "high school sweetheart, 39." Irv wonders if Lee dated 12-year-olds when he was 18 . . . Or 11-year-olds when he was 17; or... ' TWOsBUSH RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOOD REASOMAHl.E PUK ES BUl Micnn H-Mon T-In . Sirloin Steak IUf Burgundy . Park ChB . Stuffnd Lobiftr Tail Rtogi Uqi Prcvtncal Surd, turf Shrimp In ih Raikt , Idg Plant (ohhalin , livt Ubttvrt STEAMERS ! Salad, Baked Potate and V(etabW Included with til Dinners MDUTCtfi TOWN) '&vM:' Here Are Som If you're looking for music, dancing, good food, and fun, try one of these local spots: ASRURY PARK WAKIK'S SHOWPLACK --IiOnnie Younghlood and the Blood Brothers swing for the holidays Thanksgiving Day through Sunday. ORCHID LOUNGE - Ixn-nie Smith and his Quartet make the music at this flower pot. EMPRESS MOTEL - Johnny Johnson and his Trio make music for dancing and listening tomorrow from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m STEVE BRODY'S - The Jaywalkers slop the traffic here. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS HOFBRAUHAUS - There's Bavarian music nightly, dancing on weekends, and a view of the New York skyline. BRADLEY BEACH LOU VACCARO'S - Seafood and steak and a little bit of Italy are complemented by dinner music. JOE'S BAR AND GRILL Joe the singing bartender is flanked by Bill Magill and The Melodians. There's dancing nightly. - Paul Alladin at Peterson's Monmouth Sets 22nd MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP The Monmouth County Symphony Orchestra, which is based in Lincroft, will open its 22nd season marking the bicentennial celebration of Beethoven's birth. The orchestra and the Monmouth Civic Chorus will join in a program featuring Beethoven's "Ninth Svmr.hony" with soloists Georgene Byrne, soprano: June Rescorl, contralto; Robert Spencer, tenor, and William Shoppell, baritone. The Monmouth Symphony Con nl v Library Offers Movies TOMS RIVER - The Ocean County Library is offering a film program for young children at three separate library locations in the countv. The films to be shown are a animated puppet version of "Little Drummer Boy" and "Uncle Sam Magoo." The films will be shown as follows: Point Pleasant Library, Dec. 4, 6:30 p.m.; Island Library, Ship Bottom, Dec. 11, 6:30 p.m.. and Rrick Township Library, Dec. 12,3:30 p.m. Quick reference to reliable craftsmen Directory of Services in the classified section. Aucrdi 2.95auk.i ROUTE 9 of Koiiip 1mm Sfafc ill- Hill 9 i I t lilt vw 1 ajpT ;. M.y ,v BHIELLE RIMINI Champagne hour is featured at. 10 o'clock tonight with Perky Perkins and Jean Caruso. There are entertainment and dancing nightly with the Mildred Kay Duo. And the club is open daily for lunch and dinner. HORN AND MUSKET Cy Saeed plays your favorites in the Living Room I-ounge. LAKEWOOI) BUCKWALD'S - The Guys and Dolls do the movin' here. LONG BRANCH PADDOCK LOUNGE -Mary Michaels and the Gar-don Stale Three, featuring Teddy Chris, bring down the house this weekend. LAFF-INN SALOON - The Allan Gordon Duo featuring Clarence Pincney sounds off Wednesday through Saturday. YVONNE'S RHAPSODY IN BLUE Continental flavor is the word here in food and entertainment. SURF RESTAURANT The Romans make happy today by His and Her creates gladiators here. PORT O' CALL - Music of the mood for the battle of the sexes tonight and tomorrow. Riverside Inn, Red Bank. Symphony Opening League and Brookdale Com munity College will co-sponsor concert series lectures to be held on the Sunday evening before each concert. Gilman Collier, music director of the o'rhestra, and guest lecturers will de?cribe the history, the hackTound, and the composers of the works to be performed. The first lecture will take place Sunday at build-r on the Lincroft campus of the college. The Monmouth' County Symphony Orchestra was formed in 1949, as an outgrowth of the Spring Lake Symphonictta. Presently there are 80 members. Information and subscriptions for the concert series can be obtained by writing to the Monmouth Symphony Orchestra, P.O. Box 30, Asbury Park. Remember The ii i name: formerly in Bradley Beach . . . in Newark sines 1914 MM lOCATWy ,'. . HWY. 35 WANAMASSA The Finest American and Italian Cuisine Serving 'til 2 A.M. Catering io Weddings & Banquets Few Choice Dates Still Available for Christmas Parties! Call 776.8558 Don't Forget Dec. 6 and 7 Our Grand Opening Christmas Patty RusmfUimn I lumhron 1.35 Sunday SiunrhBuflrt Nnon to 4 P.M. IIIYitiir.ini at CLOSED MONDAYS htly W Vein' J fo P.M. e Spots '! .. .-'.JfU I . Godzilla (left to right), Jerry Ocean Township. NEPTUNE CAPTAIN'S GARTER -Thanksgiving Day is the time for great old favorites like turkey, sweet potatoes, football games, and Salvation, performing here for the holiday. For dessert there's Laza- rus on the menu. OCEAN TOWNSHIP CHRISTIE'S - Make time with the Italians this weekend. And tune in on Ed Reilly. CYPRESS INN - Chuck Robbins is at the organ nightly at this steak house. PANDEMONIUM - Godzilla rocks free and heavy with a mixture cf standard pop hits and original material today, tomorrow, and Wednesday from 9 p.m. until closing. For rockers who don't drink alcoholic beverages, there's the newly installed nectar bar where a wide variety of fruit juices is available. And for those who do like alcoholic beverages, the regular bar is gULUU u 1.111. DINNER THEATRE H H RT. 33, South Ambey, N. J. f I BROADWAY 1 I PLAYS I j I ON STAGE! Wed. Thru Sun. fl J"ITO1E" DINNER & SHOW I STAR NIGHT Every Tuesday t Ar. 21th Hf PAT I HENRY CHARLES CALLAS C: I'hm other ntttnrttt'in j SPECIAL Thanksgiving Matinee "MAME" Dinner 1 :30 P.M. Show 3:30 P.M. p Children's Show M p . ( . x i t g "Th CKrislma E Carol" J ''tjtp P 1111 . ify'l1""" m.wh-i,ir. . . . mnir"" fkij iTlr A . lT " f i TWO ft MONEY Low Prices plus S&H Stamps iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii for Your Evening Out JK'ri.- I t X Vi Roth, John Mulrenan, Greg Morrisiey, Jack McNichols, and still open. PAUL SAMPERI'S - In the cool of the evening there's the Austin Frazee Duo Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. PAUL'S EDGEWATERS -Play time is now at the musical bar, featuring Dave Kel-ner on organ. POINT PLEASANT STANWALL INN - Tommy Boyles and the Playthym Riders walk the range here. KINGS GRANT INN - The Charlie Mann Trio walks the plank in the Pirate's Den while Sal entertains at tne piano in the cocktail lounge. POINT PLEASANT BEACH SHANTY PUB - Don't forget the old time nickel lunch from 10 p.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday. RED BANK MOLLY PITCHER INN -There is dancing tomorrow to the sounds of The Wally Os- ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 0 0 o 0 0 o o o o 0 o 0 Monmouth County Biggest Concert Ever! All IN ONE NIGHT BLACK SABBATH CACTUS FRI. NOV. 27th 2 BIG SHOWS o o 7:30 & 10:30 7 it QoOOdlltSi A Run (dtn dymmit vmqr, hoi rxtnily bun siqntrf ti Ditamathmt Pflutiont undx tn ytar rccnrflinf (tntiott, Hi hoi bt fWdfltfl1 tf tin ciitic kcin) Amirm's iniwti ti lorn linn. Hit til s rilini on Dnomaihm Rfdidi it inlitlti1 UDY It hi liftn tifviwtl by tin tidio ttotioni in tki ott (iitl ino thi riiultl wir Htfimtly to voi obit Ho will lot out on a iiioio promotion tout on lanuary ?ht, which wilt covir 3 itotn and 41 doyi. Intludid id this rtn tion liui will ho two tolovition appooioniot. RiltMl dito tor LADY ii tonwty 14th. Rust don will lout with in olovon tion kodt up band colled luakwitir, Run will bo in tho foil Rooid Start liond Si., Rod Brink. Sot., Nov. 71 it 7 P.M. to uqn aufoqranhv THANKSGIVING MNNEU From 1 P.M. Second e. and Main St. Tl'UKEV PINM'.H a !.i lNmtlipo () 4 t) 5np: Ftrorolr wiih (tin fiir.ithitlU ('Ul ) hone .. ( rlhii mf Hitinlt, Ht Aiiirnli i. it I ft 1 II mi (In li jnro 'nlrtpei Rrl Tim t Ip Omui Unimi, lad. StOf 1 line, norti Roiolfol rhMiniili. Pumpkin Tit Fruit Pn !. and null. borne Quartet. PETERSON'S RIVERSIDE INN Bobby Howard appears in the Mediterranean Room tonight and tomorrow night. Organist Paul Alladin makes you wish for more on Thursdays. SHREWSBURY ROD'S SHADOWBROOK -The Walt Vasquez Group makes the notes. SOUTH AMBOY CLUB BENE - "Mame" is back in town at this dinner theater. Henny Youngman appears here Tuesday. SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS FORTE The Jerry Lambert Trio are on hand in the Boom Boom Room Fridays. And the Beef ,'n' Bird Buffet is held every Wednesday. WALL TOWNSHIP SPEAKEASY ROOM -For all you hams there's amateur night Fridays and Saturdays. SUNSHINE - IN KI(.SIJ;V, ASH isi ss i;in: Inttfri Io Hri'amai'hinc. Ine. fl A ,rjL- FOR THANKSGIVING Gary Saiti, at Pandemonium, (pre photo) Little Angie and the Hi-Lites bring oldies and goodies for your dancing pleasure. MILLSTONE FLEA MARKET AUCTION H.ur.i I A.M. 17 P.M. OPEXHVER Y St S.&MOS. ANTIQUES PlflHC MUM WIU0MI INSIDE & OUTSIDE TABtES AVAILABLE ROUTE 33 FREEHOLD I HICHTSTOWN tor Information Call 44t.916 o O O o o o STEEL AMIS ADMISSION $5.00 Per Show g DRY l llkOOOO$ RESERVATIONS 774-5819 Anbury Park 1 TUHKIiV DI.N.M R $. mm, a In Amrrtrana ' Io i Apprhfrrt t hirkfn Soup - Mnmm,'U NimkIIc ttt I ninntfi Juh1 Kith'! Hi'i-i 1 tirkf rrininiit rrtfcirtr . i ('onion, Vhiofi), 5loH rh PiMiifikin Pi mt lf C,m huii Rtwl and ftui rhilr(rni frUfm $.1. 7 J

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