The Miami News from Miami, Florida on January 5, 1964 · 48
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The Miami News from Miami, Florida · 48

Miami, Florida
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Sunday, January 5, 1964
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-Si fc P JULIE Bon Vivants DATELINE MIAMI TODAY'S HEARTBURN A cynic told insurance executive Alan Fulton that behind every successful man is a wife spending more money than he's making. A Sunday Kind Of Love The "love" this Sunday is for .British theater audiences, who unlike their counterparts in Miami and New York stay in their seats while the actors on stage take a bow. Outside of the chariot race in "Ben-Hur," there's nothing jjiwini ' more irantic than curtain-time in U.S. theaters. -M l Almost before the curtain strikes the stage, playgoers are sprinting up the aisles, bumping shoulders and hips in a mad scramble for the exit. Actors take their bows to a ragged line of retreating backs . . . Julie London and Jack Carter will entertain the Bon Vivants of Greater Miami at the Deauville on the 18th . . . Deep-voiced Patty Clark, whose looks match her stage presence, is seeking a TV newscasters' post in Miami . . . President of Trans- mar Hotels Corporation, which will operate the Caribbean's first aerial cable-car system in the Virgin Islands, is Peter Grimm, one-time general manager of the Hotel Division of Schine Enterprises, Inc. He's also former president of Inter-continental Hotels Corp., a Pan American Airways affiliate. Miami Mishmash Pal in Los Angeles advises us never to get into a fight with Elvis Velserp because he's a karate expert. "So is Frank Sinatra and George Hamilton," says diir tipster. "When these stars are heckled, they usually warn the offender, 'I could hurt you very badly, I do karate.' " Okay, so we won't get into a fight with Elvis . . . The word out of Las Vegas is that Mitzi Gaynor will be paid $50,000 a week for four weeks by Miamian Morris Lansburgh for performing at the Flamingo hotel . . . Zim Lines substituted San Juan for Santo Domingo on the Jan. 11 cruise of the S. S. Jerusalem. On its Feb. 4 cruise, Martinique replaces Santo Domingo . . . There'll be an invitation-only cocktail party and buffet dinner aboard the Queen of Bermuda when she docks at Port Everglades next Friday . . . Jockey Avelino Gomez lagged behind all other riders at a Gulfstream Park workout the other day but he had an excuse. He did his workout without a horse. Gomez claims footwork on the track is the best way to condition himself for actual racing. With Knife And Fork Menu Magic: Machu Picchu night club-restaurant on Bis-cayne Boulevard, among other items, serves popular Peruvian dishes such as Antichuchos and Ceviche. Antichuchos are beef hearts (or fish or shrimp, depending upon the chef) on skewers broiled over charcoal and served with a hot sauce. Cevich is raw fish marinated in lemon juice and served with onions and hot peppers. . . . Glossary for Dining in French Restaurants: Steak au Poivre (steak prepared with crushed peppercorns and served with a Madeira sauce; Turbot an Champagne (fish poached in white wine or champagne; Ouefs Chasseur (scrambled eggs with chicken livers) ; Canard Montmorency (duck served with a fairly sweet sauce containing whole Bing cherries): Cervelles au beurre noir (calves brains, served with melted brown butter); and Gre-nadins de boeuf. (beef cooked with vegetables, white , wine and mushrooms). ON THE COVER The Hannefords, one of the greatest names in the circus world, are almost a tradition. The famous trained-horse-acrobatic act will again highlight the confer ring program for the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus when it premieres its 1964 season at Miami Beach Exhibition Hall Jan. 16-21. The circus will come here from Winter headquarters at Venice, Fla., and will give a total of 12 performances during its six-day stand. This is the longest the show ever has remained at Miami Beach. It will then head for Madison Square Garden in New York. Travel Section, Pages 17-19 HERB RAU, Editor of Amusements and Travel BILL WATERS v: - - Executive Editor of Amusement end Travel ' " ' mm FIRST RUN MIAMI DEAN MARTIN "Who's Been 1 ' ciopDina i in My TA! BCd?' f nlZABITM " 1 SMONTGOMERV carol BURNET i mi - ' j v- fcf v t "IT'S DRIVE-IN MOVIE TIME" nremn rum. 35c 'Til 1 pm TONY CURTIS TUl BRTNHEB "TARAS BULBA"c0'LNo. "GUNFIGHTER" "4RV SPANISH SUB-TITLES A OX 1-79S9 DEAN MARTIN "Who's Been TTTTT 37 li S w tit Si. COUl GAOLIS OPEN 1:45 i nid-m I it CM Mi I I MIAMI SMtlNCa I Of EN 1:45 I ly-Uiil.'.'M.MI 1261k h.iNt 6rt A. HOtTH MIAMI Of IN 1:45 DEAN MARTIN ASKS: m 17 10 MfMM il. Hourwooo WIH 1:45 Who's Been Sleeping In My "HO ST.Jl0HN V MONTGOMERY J ! carolBURNETT TECHNICOLOR PANA VISION l&u in My , I J Bear C SiJ IN COLOR isf'S -p,ui- i..L-.s i B-bt. MITCHUM RAMPAGE (COLOR) P b "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" Yum Uit e Maria, trmit "LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING" IN COLOR WITH Wn. HiKel e JtMiftr JWCI lit MIAMI SHOWINOI "Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed!" In Color With BEAN .X- CAROL MARTIN BURNETT tiifm Tursr tutor v 1; WuhiniloN Ave. at I UthSL Miami Batr. I ej SHOWS CONTINUOUS FROM 1:30 LEON SCHACHTER'S Yiddish American Vaudeville ov .STAGE FAMOUS COMEDIENNE FRITZI BURR INTERNATIONAL SINGER fc ACCORDIONIST MICHAEL SKORR COMEDIAN SINGER DANCER CHUCK FLY SINGING STAR CLAUDIA CURTIS SCHACHTER & STEIN IN COMEDY OV SCHKEX MAT. "THE SINGING EYE. 55 BLACKSMITH" $1.25 WITH MOISHE OYSHER MIAMI'S MOST EXCITING PLACE TO DINE From the choicest steaks ... to live Maine Lobster and Stone Crabs . . . Iron the treats e! the theatre and the world of sports . . . from the superb individual service . . . bow tram every standpoint a completely different dininj spot DINNERS from '2.95 Or The 79th St Causeway at NX 10th Art. For Reservations Cad ft 12588 Celebrity Leunte Opea 'til S a m. J f? i illUii a c SHr1 NOW SHOWING! "WHO'S MINDING THE STORE" it IERRT LEWIS "FANCY PANTS' IN COLOR WITH BOB NOPE e LUCILLE BALL NEW YORK FILM CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD! I 1 m 'Best Actor' Albert Finney 'Best Picture' "Tom Jones" 'Best Director' Tony Richardson "BIRD MAN OF ALCATRAZ" Birt Uncuttr e lari MalOci "PARIS iLUES" Imih Untmtri, pmI Hewxi i iTliTTrf "THE CHEAT BCAPr in eotoei Stnt MceuMi e Imu Canwr "COURT MARTIAL" Rail BMka e Ckrittnt Wdff ir i .vim B IN COLOH! "THE GREAT ESCAPE" C3 Stem Mc0bi e Jaati Cantf "The Old Man and the Sea" litk SPENCEI TRACT "SWAP MEET" ALL BAT SUN. an color! "AH T NIGHT'S WOW" Shirley MacLaiM, I. Martil "A NEW KIND OF LOVE" "SWAP-MEET" All Bar In. Paal Ncwmi, jMMt WMiwara "A ROARING ENTERTAINMENT ! Surely one of the wildest, bawdiest and funniest comedies ever brought to the screen." tlf Crnrffcw, N.Y. Tin "THE BEST COMEDY EVER MADE.. .AN ABSOLUTE TRIUMPH!" "A GREAT MOVIE. A MASTERPIECE... THRILLING, BAWDY. LUSTY." -A.tW Wm.l., N.r.Pcf (HIGHEST RATING!) DELECTABLE." -mH Cmmtn. N.Y. totity Nw. e- "A LUSTY, RIBALD, UNINHIBITED MOVIE." "ONE OF THE MOST ENGAGING MOVIES OF THIS OR ANY OTHER YEAR!" "A STUNNING JOB... BROUGHT THUNDERINGLY TO LIFE." "ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT! LET THE GASPING CUSTOMERS FALL WHERE THEY MAY!" ALBERT FINNEYSUSANNAH YORK HUGH GRIFFITH fDITH FVANSmjiN r.PFFNwnr,nTnu inure DIANE CILENTO .m MvTdIOMlInS)N jOHn'osBORNe lONniOttRDSON jJSSS. JfSSS uniito ARTISTS 'LOPERT RELEASE "MOVIES UNDER TNf STARS" 2 THE MIAMI NEWS, Sunday, January 5, 1964 CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES AT POPULAR PRICES

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