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May 27, 1966 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-27

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ADAMS

Grand Circus_ Park

WO 1-8525

"THE KING & 1"

Deborah Kerr & Yul Brynner
1:35, 6:00, 10:20
Shirley Jones & Gordon. McRea

"CAROUSEL"

11:25, 3:50, 8:45

at Miller Road
CAMELOT w. Warren81-
5 5040

Charlton Heston & Rex Harrison

"THE AGONY & THE ECSTASY"

Week bays open 6:15, shown.7:15, 10:00.
Short subjects 6:45, 9:45.
FRI. Open 5:00. "Agony & Ecstasy,"
5:25, 7:55, 10:30. SAT., SUN. & MEMO-
RIAL DAY. Open 1:00, shown 1:55, 4:45,
7:35, 10:25.

FOX . . .

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494

The Most Shattering Film of Our Time!

"THE BLACK KLANSMAN"

Plus Strange . . . Terrifying!

"DEVIL DOLL"

Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WO 1-7917 -
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c

At Grand Circus
Park. WO 1-3240
Open Daily _10:45
Charlton Heston & -ReX Harrison

GRAND CIRCUS

"THE AGONY & THE ECSTASY"

11:05, 2:40, 6:15, 9:50

"SPACE FLIGHT 1C-1"

1:25. 5:00, 8:40
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c

MAI KAI

(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc-)

Dick Herrmann of San Diego
State startled the track world
when the 20-year-old junior ran
880 yards in 1:48.5. This is the
fastest time ever recorded by
Jewish runner at this distance.
Herrmann, the Maocabiah Games
800-meter champion, had never
previously run a half-mile faster
than 1:51.0.
* *
The British are expecting great
things of miler Ray Roseman this
outdoor season. Roseman recorded
his fastest time ever indoors when
he ran the mile in 4:08.9. He ran
4:00.3 outdoors last year, and hopes
to crack four minutes this time
around.
* .* *
Bill Belfer of Seton Hall reached
his all-time best discus mark,
173'0", when he placed third at
the Penn Relays. He also took sec-
ond place at the Queens-Iona Re-
lays.
* * *
Bob- Akers of San Jose State
flipped the discus 174'9" at a dual
meet against Fresno State.

Israel's recent victory over Fin-
land was that country's greatest
international soccer triumph. The
match, which was played at Jaffa's
Bloomfield Stadium, came at the
right time. Israel had been with-
out an international soccer win for
18 months, having lost six and tied
one in that period. A crowd of 15,-
000 attended the match.
•* * *
Houston pitcher Barry Latman
reveals that he had threatened to
quit baseball last year if the Cali-
fornia Angels refused to trade
him. That came about after the
Angels hid farmed him out to Sea-
ttle of the Pacific Coast League.
The Angels traded Latman to
Houston over the winter and the
big righthander. has won himself
a place in the Astros starting rota-
tion.
His first win of the year was a
nine-inning, four-hit shutout of
the San Francisco Giants. "I had
hoped he could help us in long re-
lief," said the Houston manager.
"Now I guess.the only thing to do
is leave him in the starting rota-
tion."

* * *

_ * *, *
Relief pitcher Larry Sherry of
the Detroit Tigers has gotten off
to a fine start. . • . Larry's older
brother Norm also started fast as
the manager of the league's lead-
ing Santa Barbara club of the Cali-
fornia League.

*

Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
Charlton Heston & Rex Harrison



BY JESSE SILVER •

Sports Oddities

MOVIE
GUIDE

Pro golfer Roger Ginsberg col-
lected $1,150 at the Azalea Open
golf tournament in Wilmington,
N.C. Ginsberg fired rounds of 75-
72-67-70-284, and finished six
strokes behind the leader. He re-
ceived $900 for his 284 and $250
for his third round 67 which was
the day's low round.

* *

Catcher Al Diamond is with
Stockton of the same Class A
"THE AGONY & THE ECSTASY"
league. Diamond is 22, comes from
Weekdays open 6:15. Shown 7:15, 10:00.
Short Subjects 6:45, 9:45.
Oakland and the U. of California.
FRI. open 5:00. "Agony & Ecstasy" 5:25,
He is 5'9" and 190 pounds, and is
7:55, 10:30. SAT., &UN. & MEMORIAL
DAY open 1:00. Shown 1:55, 4:45, 7:35, righthanded all the way. He is a
1025.
cousin of last year's Stockton ace,
Mike Epstein. Epstein is now with
Royal Oak—Main St. at
Rochester of the International
MAIN
11 Mile Rd.
League.
LI 2-0180
Open daily 6:30: Sat. & Sun. 12:30
.* * *
SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES
Larry Yellin, who pitched for
Charlton Heston & Rex Harrison
the Houston Astros in 1963-64 has
"THE AGONY & THE ECSTASY"
retired from professional baseball.
He pitched minor league ball last
UN 2-4252
VARSITY CINEMA
year.
Livernois at Six Mile
* * *
Academy Award Winner Julie Christie
Jake Pitler, the former Dodger
"DARLING" and
coach and at present a scout for
"MARRIAGE ITALIAN STYLE"
that organization, is in Miami
Students $1.00
Beach recuperating from a recent
automobile injury.
Yad Washem Allocation
* * *
The Conference on Jewish Mate-
Sportswriter Dan Daniel is a
rial Claims Against Germany last member of the baseball Hall of

*

Institute of Religion, in Cincin- not taking seriously what the rabbi
nati, on the subject "To Serve takes seriously.
Dr. Hertz's speech pointed to
My People — The Dilemma of the
Pastoral Rabbi in the Big City," the many difficulties that are con-
has been published in pamphlet fronted by the rabbi in the larger
form. Its publication was made community and he indicated that
possible by the Laurie Publication often a rabbi must call in outside
assistance to help solve problems
Fund of Temple Beth El.
Presented - as the Henry Eng- with which he is confronted by
lander Memorial Lecture for 1966, his congregants.
Dr. Hertz's address reviews many
of the pastoral chores people have Martyrs' Grave in Poland
asked him to perform. He advised to Be Made a Memorial
the HUC-JIR students that "the
LONDON (JTA)—A new mass
whble subject of pastoral calling grave of Jewish martyrs has been

needs to be re-examined;" and he
pointed out: "You can't play God
and solve every problem."
He emphasized that "a rabbi's -
life is with his people" and he
added that "a disinterested congre-

discovered in Czenstochow, Poland,
it was reported from that Polish

city.
A mass funeral is being planned
to reinter the remains of the Jews
killed by the Nazis and to designate

gation can break the spirit of the their place of rest as a permanent
most dedicated, most conscientious memorial.

'IRE %%OMR

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guess the killer's identity!

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* *

*

* *

Bob Mosbacher of Houston won
the Dragon Class spring yachting
series at Hamilton, Bermuda..He
placed_ third, second and sixth in
three races, giving him 31 points,
*,* .*

Neal .Shapiro of New. York will
be a member of the United. States
Equestrian Team that will tour
European horse shows this sum-
mer. The team will appear in Ger-
many, Switzerland, Great Britain
and Ireland"

Par Lagerkvist's
'The Holy Land'

committee.
year allocated a_total of $176,000 Fame 11-man * veterans'
* *
-to Yad Washem, the Israeli Cen-
Marc Savage of UCLA--upped his
ter for documentation, on the Nazi national collegiate pole vault rec-
holocaust.
ord to 16'9".

Nobel Prize winner-in literature
Par Lagerkvist is the brilliant
writer who is known. for his brev-

TEN PEOPLE TRAPPED
IN A HOUSE OF DEATH, AND
THEN THERE WERE NINE...
EIGHT...SEVEN...SIX...FIVE!

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WEDNESDAY

May 25

ERCUR
SCHAEFER AT W. McNICHOLS

ity. His "The Death- of Ahasuerus"
(the theme- d e alt with the Wander-

ing dew legend)- was among his
brilliant works. (It was reviewed
in The Jewish News at some length
March 9, 1962.) . His "Pilgrim at
Sea," was also reviewed in The
Jewish News.
His •newest, "The Holy Land,"

A Motion Picture To Delight
All The World! "Nothing
Short Of Wondrous!"

translated from the Swedish by
Naomi Walford ; illustrated by
Emil Antonucci, publiShed . . -by Ran-
dom House, pursues the •theme of

—LIFE Magazine

the pilgrims. Not once in this new
brief novel of 85 pages is-Palestine
or Israel or Jewry or Christianity
or Jesus Mentioned: Just as in
_"The Death of Ahasuertir,"• Jews
are not mentioned. This parable is
•equally allegOrical.
, But hi "The Holy Land," there.
is a definite Christological note.
It mentions the crosses, the moth-
"er, the son. One of the illustrations
iS•of crosses.
• There is great Charm in this tale.

-

BILL

VIRGINIA

Dr. Richard C. Hertz's lecture at rabbi by ignoring his efforts, by
Hebrew Union College — Jewish falling to support his programs, by

Don Arenow of Miami finished
second in the 10th annual Miami-
Nassau powerboat race.

.

COLUMBIA PICTURES 64
CARL FOREMAN „es.,

Lecture by Hertz in Pamphlet Form

McKEN\A.TRAVERS

-

-

It denotes a search for peade, and
. one •wanders whether it is at all
attainable. There -is pursuit for a
vision, for a god, yet one 'of the
main characters in this story does
not believe in God. But- the answer
apparently is within each. person,

with

GEOFFREY KEEN. Based on the international best sager by JOY ADAMSON
&TRUE.. C. MPLEY • Music composed and conducted at JOHN BARRf

Written for the screen by

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AN OPEN ROAD-HIGH- ROADATIAS CO-PRODUCTION

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as" it • is in Tobias in Lagerkvist's
new tale, a ': brilliantly written
work..

1st LOcester Jewish Mayor

Sir Israel Hart; 'a 19th century
English btisinesiman, was the first
_Jew to serve as mayor Of Leicester,
the town that had banned Jews
-since the Middle AgeS:

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, May 27, 1966

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