Valley News from Van Nuys, California on September 18, 1964 · Page 31
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Friday.- September 18, 1964--Van Nuys (Calif.) THE NEWS East--29-A West--29-A No. tott--29-A Bur--27-A Ctntwl-29-A IT'S 'CRICKET'-FUN for Connie Stevens to wish her best to friend Jules Gordon at recent opening of his J.G.'s Coffee Shop and Art Gallery at 13655 Victory Blvd., Van Nuys. More than 350 guests attended opening celebration of J.G.'s Restaurant where paintings by local artists are displayed and special one-man exhibits are scheduled for early fall. Valley Ramblings- Continued from Preceding Page improved Royal Lion supper club. Host Johnny Desco, a smart nitery operator, may finally get this spot off the ground by the looks of things . .. Plan- jist Sammy Andre has picked up the action in the lAlley 21 lounge (Tarzana Bowl) -- appears nightly I'and Tuesday afternoons . . . Georgia is the name of -Ihe piano-gal who keeps things hopping at the -Ibooming Valley Squire in Panorama City each -^Thursday, Friday and Saturday .. . Del Simmons after a record 32 months onstage at the Skol Room (Corbin Bowl), has moved his popular aggregation to the Why Not Club in Canoga Park signifying a major change in policy for the former West Valley rock 'n roll spa. The Why Not will, however, keep Sunday night open for the 'rock' fans. The Simmons orch plays Monday through Saturday . . . Two of the most requested numbers by the Salmas Brothers at the Jamaica Room (Wek Valley Bowl) -- "Hello Dolly" and "He's Got the Whole World In His Hand." BARGAIN CORNER -- Pancbo Villa restaurant, Tarzana, has come up with a selection of eight-course Mexican dinners for $1.29 and lunch- cons for 79 cents . . . Travaglini's offers a complete "Earlydiner" dinner for $1.75 . . . The Travelyn has introduced large buffet dinners every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for $2.75 ... The Palomino's Steak Stein Room has a hit with its hearty top sirloin steak dinner tabbed at a mere $1.25 . . . You get two champagne dinners for $5.95 at the new The Drink restaurant. Choose from T-bone steak or lobster tail entrees , . . Children under 12 eat for 50 cents and get prizes and gifts when they take their parents to a Sunday night dinner at the Yan- ke« Pedlar Inn, Toluca Lake . . . Rendezvous for the late, late crowd, the Jamaica Room (West Valley Bowl) has initiated a Friday-Saturday, after 2 a.m. dollar buffet breakfast. * SPOT THE CELEB --- At Art Wong's Far East Terrace -- deejay Gary Owens . . . At Pancho Villa Inn--actress-singer Anna Maria Alberghetti, jockey "Willie Shoemaker and actor Ken Tilles . . . At the Oak Room -- regular diner Buddy Ebsen, who became acquainted with this columnist's aide-decamp, Johnny Hamlin, at Balboa last week . . . At the Sportsmen's Lodge -- Barry Nelson, Charles Boyer and Patty Duke. LAS VEGAS FLASHES Cont. from Preceding Page Theatre in Anaheim, present ed the show, with George Ab bott responsible for the staging. Bright star of "A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To the Forum," and chief hilarity h a w k e r is Dick Shawn, who Is ably assisted by Jack Gilford, John Carradine, and an excellent cast, all from the original New York company. In addition to its music, singing, dancing and comedy situations, the show is distinguished for its lineup of some of the most beautiful showgirls west of the Hudson River. Two performances will be given nightly in the Riviera's swank Versailles Room, and "A Funny Thing Happened" is in for an extended run. * * * ALTHOUGH he has made numerous appearances on the Danny Kaye television show, was featured with Debbie Reynolds during her Strip debut IS months ago and has done numerous video commercials, the name probably doesn't mean too much to you at the present time. But, once you see Monte Proser's all-new ''Ziegfeld Follies" at Hotel Thunderbird, the name Jerry Antes will be one you'll not forget for a long, long time. Dark-haired Jerry, a native of Seattle, Wash., is the No, 1 male principal in the record- breaking m u s i c a l and throughout the 90-minute production has you shouting for more. As an example, when Antes goes through his Al Jolson medley each performance, t h e a t r e - r e s t a u r a n t guests shake the rafters with their applause with many persons o p e n l y shouting "More, more." Columnists who reviewed the opening weekend per- formances all agree that Antes is destined to hit the big-time through his outstanding work in "Ziegfeld Fol lies." Having the rare combination of a great voice and dancing ability, Antes also has the looks necessary to gain a movie contract. The performer chuckles when asked to give a rundown on his professional work. "When I was eight years old in Seattle I was billed as a miniature Fred Astaire at the Palomar Theatre. Today I'm a full grown Fred Astaire in the "Ziegfeld Follies!" (He's featured as Astaire in one major number). Actually, Antes has been a very busy singer-dancer. His first big break came when he was with Betty Hutton at Las Vegas' Desert Inn. She was Instrumental in gaining a contract for Antes with Columbia Studios where, like many contract players, he was lost in the shuffle. But he did finally make a film, Opposite Sex" for Metro. Through Lucille Bali, he was contracted to Desilu Studios where he performed in the "Desilu Revue" and later appeared in a Westinghouse spectacular. Following the Debbie Reynolds show at the Riviera the young performer hit the video jackpot -when he was signed for the Danny Kaye 1963 television season. Married to the very attractive Peggy Antes, who also was a professional actress before her marriage, Antes now calls Northridge home. Through "Ziegfeld Follies" you can almost be certain that Antes' days of looking for bigger and better roles are over. Once producers from California to New York see the talented lad in action, you can be certain there will be a long lineup at his dressing room door, all eager to get his name on a contract. * · * DI3HNTTTIVB Teresa Brewer has an eye open for a S O N G S T E R Duke H a z l e t t h a s demonstrated drawing power during return stint at Travelyn, Sepulveda, resulting in holdover until end of month. RUSSIAN CUISINE i 12616 Ventura Blvd. .-*.. Studio City '·'"·"' Raya Penoff s Broadway show, and her current performance at Hotel Sahara may be just the key she needs to unlock such a possibility. Miss Brewer displayed a vide range of talents in her Sahara Congo Room opening Tuesday night--singing in her vivacious style, spoofing Scarlet O'Hara in specialty number with the Terrytones and dancing with her all-male group in a solid rendition of 'Cotton Fields." Miss Brewer p r o v e d she! still has the great personal! charm and magnetic voice appeal that made her a niil- ion-record-seller on numerous occasions by opening with ·If There's Anybody Here," and continuing with "Long Way From St. Louis." "Em- araceable You" and "Let Me 3o, Lover." Sprinting offstage to make 'ive costume changes during Consume Food In Restaurants Twenty-five percent of food consumed In the U.S. is purchased from and prepared by restaurants, cafeterias, caterers, l u n c h counters or refreshment stands. TWO BANQUET ROOMS (Accommodating 200) Polynesian and American Food Luaus-- Exotic Drinks Luncheons or Dinners Call MARJORIE PO 9-0674, TR 7-0531, Dl 7-2194 12010 Ventura, Studio City the show, Miss Brewer nevertheless works In such Brewer trademarks as "Music, Music, Music," and ''Old Fashioned Girl," plus an upbeat r e n d i t i o n of ' 'Sweet Georgia Brown." The "Most American Girls In The World" hi a quick- moving Charleston number by Moro-liandis, comedian Pat Henry and Louis Basil's orchestra round out the Stan Invin presentation, booked in through Oct. 12. Shelly Herman and the Mills Brothers folUnv. Organist Returns Organist Bill Hoffman has returned to the Chase House restaurant, Sepulveda, after a lengthy vacation South-of- the-border, during which he visited Mazatlan, Guadalajara, Mexico City, Taxco, Acapulco, Juarez and Laredo. SAYING HELLO--Chizuko Matsumoto, Miss Japan of Miss Universe contest, and renowned actor Sessue Hayakawa meet Don Burrows of Reseda, oriental import firm executive, at Queens Arms, Encino. CHAMPAGNE DINNERS NIGHTLY DOUBLE THICK CHATEAUBRIAND Choice Steak--Plus Bottle of Champagnt (Including 2 After dinner Drinks) Total Price for Two Truly o $12 Value! $5.95 KELLY'S STEAKS Banquet Rooms For Parties. Save Many Dollars 13920 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks ST 8-1881 In 1963, we sold approximately 400,000 pounds of steak! There is a reason. DOYE O'DELL and his famed quartet- Tues. thru Sat. JIMMY ROWLES TRIO (SUN. MON.) Choice Prime Rib and Steak Dinners 3000 W. ALAMEDA BURBANK--TH 8-6661 BUON APPETITO -- Aldo Lavagnini enraptures devotees of Italian-French dishes with his table-side ceremony at Marquis Restaurant on Sunset Strip in Hollywood, where fettuccine (above) and other pasta specialties are prepared with a flourish. OLD VIENNA GARDENS Entertainment i Dancing Continental American Food Reservation.: 353-3130 Clo 9955 Sun i 19 P U ihJhJhJUhJ i oivd Tucidoy j i nland Blvd., Sunland I , CANTONESE CUISINE OL 3-1873 . Pice nr. L« Cl«nt«« Travaylini 9 s RESTAURANT You too will enjoy dining in the splendor and magnificence of our new Continental Room. EARLYDINER Tun, thru Frl. 3- 6p.m. · Sot. 3-5:30 p.m. _ $1.75 Sun. Noon-«:i» ».m. 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CHEF DAVIS RESTAURANT Same Wonderful Food I Prices 6200 VAN NUYS BLVD. ST 1-9861 Open daily 6 am - 9 pm. Sat. 6 am - 3 pm. Closed Sun. 'Early Bird' Dinners--6 Days a Week, 5-6:30 p.m.--$2.50 GRETA FERELLS RESTAURANT tint Hors d'oeuvres served tcith tfour favorite COCKTAILS Superb Dinners Greta Cateri Hot Hors a" ocuvret £2.75 $4*50 f° r your cocktail party. =16944 Ventura Blvd., Eneino--Rei. Suggested--ST 9-9917=1 OAK ROOM TWO TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS -or- TWO LOBSTER TAIL -or- TWO BROCHETTE OF BEEF STEAK DINNERS plus Drinks Each* coupe 'Limited to Bar Bourbon, Scotch, Gin or Vodka Highballs; Mint Frappe, King Alphonso or Screwdriver. JOE VENTO ENTERTAINMENT- Of The THREE SUNS Nightly New Banquet Room -- 20 - 200. 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