THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32-Friday, October 21, 1966
M VIE GUI
Warren a Miller Road
"THE BLUE MAX"
Grand Circus Park
OPEN 11:00 A.M.
In Blood Curdling Color
Edgar Allen Poe's Classic
DAILY: Open 10:45, Kaleidoscope," 1:45,
"SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS"
11:30, 3:45, 8:00
Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
"AN AMERICAN DREAM"
Janet Leigh and Barry Sullivan
DAILY: Open 6:15, Shown 8:35.
SAT. EVE.: Re-Open 5:00; Shown 5:25,
8:55. SUN.: Open 1:00; Shown 1:25, 4:55,
"NEVER TOO LATE"
DAILY: 6:45, 10:15. SAT. EVE.: 7:05
10:35. SUN. 3:05, 6:40, 10:10.
Royal Oak-Main St. at
11 Mile Rd.
Exclusive Area Showing-All Color Show
Jerry Lewis in
"WAY, WAY, OUT"
and Fess Parker in
Pianist Betty Kowalsky
in Oak Park Concert
Fr D R
FOX . . • 2211 Woodward-WO 1-9494
THE BLOOD DRINKERS"
GRAND CIRCUS fearta\Al/c10
Late afternoon cocktails
are served with sensational
After dark, see Detroit go
ablaze, and let Morry King's
sparkling entertainment turn
Direct from the Sands Hotel,
Las Vegas, and recently the
Eden Roc, Miami, Morry
King and his 8-piece or-
chestra with violins will en-
tertain for your dining,
listening and dancing pleas-
ure, Monday-Saturday, 7:30
P.M. 'til . . . .
HENRY JOANNE JASON
A BIG HAND FOR
THE LITTLE 1401(
MON. THRU FRI. AND SUN.: 11:40, 1:45,
3:50, 5:55, 8:00, 10:05.
SAT. 11:45, 2:06, 4:14, 6:22, 8:30, 10:38
Wed.-Ladies' Day, 50c; till 6
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
"HIGH SPOT FOR
FUN IN DETROIT"
THE STUDIO THEATRES
"FANTASTIC VOYAGE" takes
other film has been before.
Michigan's No. 1 crop in value
is corn, with production attaining
110 million bushels in some years.
Second to this comes hay and pas-
ture, and from these crops stein
livestock and livestock products
that bring two-thirds of Michigan's
FRI., MON., TUES.: Open 6:45, Shown
6:55, 9:45. Short Subj. 6:45, 9:35. SAT.,
SUN.: Open 1:00, "BLUE MAX," 1:35,
4:25, 7:15, 10:05.
Pianist Betty Kowalsky will be
the guest artist at the opening
concert of the Oak Park Symphony
Orchestra 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at
Oak Park High School.
Miss Kowalsky, who began her
musical education at age 5, studied
with Julius Chajes and Mischa
Kottler and at
School of Music
in New York
City. She holds a
bachelor of music
Wayne State Uni-
She has per-
formed at con-
certs and recitals
Washington a n d
Cleveland and as
guest soloist with
the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra Miss Kowalsky
on radio and television.
Miss Kowalsky will perform
Grieg's Concerto in A Minor for
piano and orchestra to open the
first concert of the Oak Park
But Somehow They Get to try ...
Bountiful Buffet Dinners
EVERY TUES. and THURS., 6 to 10 P.M.
Also Famous for
PRIME ROAST BEEF - STEAKS - CHOPS - SEA FOOD
Excellent Facilities for Parties and Banquets
Up to 500 Guests
GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA PLAYS MUSIC NIGHTLY
FROM 5:30 P.M. AND FOR DANCING AFTER 10 P.M.
Complete and Uncut
S F oidcicn o
Fri. and Sat., 7:00, 8:45, 10:30
fUDIO I L'""°'-'"'''
Free Attendant Park
TECH/OW.0r FROM WARNER BROS.
By Hyman Arthur Lewis
PERHAPS THE SOCIOLOGISTS
have the answer as to what really
motivates people to form into
groups, clubs, associations, etc.,
with the principle of giving, aiding
or generally helping their fellow
man - especially those who are
helpless against the "slings and ar-
rows" of catastrophic diseases. The
anthropologists say man is a social
animal. By virtue of his humane-
ness which is so potential in all hu-
man hearts, actually lives the credo,
"With charity for all and malice
towards none." The following is
just one observation of what seems
to go on with one of the many
groups so dedicated.
THE LAST OF THE crowd that
swelled the large hall at Sholem
Aleichem Institute was moving out
of the front doors leading to the
parking lot, fresh from the night
of games given by the Mr.
and Mrs. Group of the City of Hope
-the reminder of the game cards
and tokens were swept off the
tables into cardboard boxes to be
used again next year. Ray Rosen-
berg remarked that he felt pleased
when the "fabulous prize" of an all-
channel television set was given
to a young couple just setting up
Morey Charmer called from the
stage, "Listen everybody! We took
in close to $2,000-figure at least
$1, 500 profit to the City of Hope."
Wally Fein looked to Fred Silber
and exclaimed, "Boy! That's about
a third better than last year."
Iry Pitt was pleased with what the
bikes brought in at the auction and
said he would donate the same next
year. Sol Baltimore, regional direc-
tor of the City of Hope, remarked
with a great deal of pride as the
group was _now getting ready to
leave for coffee, "I have never
seen such organization and spirit
in a group limited to twelve couples
puus one. This affair, which is
just one of four major fund-rais-
ing events you do in a year, is a
tribute to your zeal and dedica-
tion to a worthy cause. The Na-
tional City of Hope Hospital and
its research facilities are proud
you are members. You are really
your brother's keeper." The group
filed out pleased and so tired.
Charlie said, "We'll do better next
year." I was thinking of the be-
loved Eleanor Roosevelt, "It is
better to light one little candle
than to curse the darkness.
Join Israel Week.
Starting Nov. 7
positively last 5 Days
FRI., SAT. EVE.: Open 7:00, Shown
7:20, 11:10. SUN.: Open 12:45, Shown
3:10, 7:00, 10:45.
MON.-TUES., Open 6:45, Shown 7:00,
BOLSHOI BALLET 67
Fri., 7:30, 9:20
Sat., 7:00, 8:50, 10:40
Aues of Free Parking
Greenbeld at 11-Yole • U. 2-9927
Fri., 6:00, 8:00, 10:00
Sat. 7:00, 9:00, 11:00
STUDIO NEW CENTER
Free Pat'ung • Ent(ame on 311 - TR 40:125
FRI., SAT. EVE.: 9:00 Only.
SUN.: 1:00, 4:45, 8:35
MON., TUES.: 8:35 Only
Cannes Grand Prize Winner
SAT. MATINEE OPEN 1:00
"Magnificent Men," 1:20
"Big Hand for Little Lady"
2:55, Out 5:05
A MAN & A WOMAN
Fri.: 7:30, 9:30
Sat.: 6:00, 8:00, 10:00
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Wo dward at 9
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Detroit Institute of Arts CONCERT SERIES
Edith J. Freeman, Chairman
MOSCOW CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Rudolf Barshai, Conductor
Friday, October 21, 8:30 p.m., AUDITORIUM
Tickets: From $2.30 to $5.00 at Det. Institute of Arts-Tel. 832-2730
J. L. Hudson Stores
Grinnel's, WO 2-1124
"One of the World's Three Greatest Companies"-N.Y. Times
NEW YORK CITY BALLET
GEORGE BALANCHINE, Choreographer
Masonic Auditorium - Oct. 21-22
Choice Seats Available for All 3 Performances
TICKETS-Evenings: $4, $5, $6, $7 - Matinees: $3, 54, $5, $6
Available at Masonic Auditorium and J. L. Hudson's
THE MOST TERRIFYING
STORY EVER FILMED!
in blood-curdling color
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Co-sponsored by Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Office, El Al Israel
Airlines, Greek Line and the
It happened to the Cleve-
Sheraton, Israel week's celebra-
land Browns. It could
to the Detroit
tion in Detroit will commence on
Lions! Something should
happen to the Detroit
Assisting in the several days'
festivities will be the following
Book Couzens, Elliott Travel, B.
Kalt Travel Bureau, Elkin Travel
Tickets For Saturday Eve-
ning Performances on Sale
Bureau, Doneson Travel Bureau,
American Express, Beneker
Travel, Chaffee Lancaster, Des-
camps Tray e 1, Kirby Travel,
with RON RICH • CLIFF OSMOND • and introducing JUDI WEST
written by BILLY WILDER and I. A. L. DIAMOND
Medical Travel Center, P. G.
music by ANDRE PREVIN • PANAVISION* • A PHALANX-JALEM PRODUCTION
Nicholson Travel, Glynn Travel,
released thru UNITED ARTISTS
Cook, Embassy of Dearborn, Ideal
Travel, McGraw, Metro, Moor-
man's, Travel Rama, World Wide. %1111=11P
Mon. thu Fri.
Special events will be marked
Open at 12:00 Noon
Sat. at 12:15 p.m.
by .displays of various kinds ; films,'
Sun. at 1:15 p.m.
addresses by Israeli officiaN.'
Jack Leivitimot," th
The. FettuAte, &kit
MOT,ON P1CTOZE SCORE AVAtlAU.0 ON tri ■ TED .lisis RECORDS
Woodward Ave. at 11 1/2 Mile Road
nut to Theatre