Grand Circus Park
OPEN 11:00 A.M.
where no other film has been before.
MON. THRU FRI. AND 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
W. Warren at Miller Road
"WHO'S AFRAID OF
At Grand Circus
Park. WO 1-3240
Dean Martin and Joey Bishop
"A FINE MADNESS"
FRI. and WK.: 6:45, 10:45
SAT., SUN.: 1:25, 5:25, 9:30
FOX . .
2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
A SHOCKER! The film that uncovers
small town talk.
2nd BIG WEEK
"THE GIRL ON A CHAIN GANG"
Sat. Matinee all seats 50c. Open 11:30.
"Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon"
12:00 and 3:00. "Ghidrah," the 3 Headed
Monster," 1:35 Only.
Royal Oak—Main St. at
11 Mile Rd.
James Coburn in
"THE DEFIANT ONES"
"DEAD HEAT ON A
MERRY GO 'ROUND"
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
and Cornell Wilde
ist, and Valter
ing the Center
chestra, will join
forces in present-
ple Concerto 8:15
p. m. Dec. 13,
the Aaron DeRoy
Theater of the
amor brujo" are
also listed on the
Fri.: 7:00, 8:55, 10:50
Sat.: 3:20. 5: 1 0 7:00, 8:55, 10.50
STUDIO NEW CENTER 1-
Entrance on 3r0 • TR. 4 ' 0
Fri.: 6:30, 8:35, 10:40
Sat.: 7:00, 9:05, 11:10
Greenl.e2 at Shit, • II. 21827
.INEMASCUE Cev OT DelnE
Positively Last 5 Days
2nd BIG WEEK
Fri. and Sat.: 7:05, 8:45, 10:40
TST11010 I u"r31,:g-
Free Attendant Pawn, nut to Theatre
Cannes Grand Prize Winner
A MAN & A WOMAN
Fri., Sat. & Daily open 6:45
"BLUE MAX" 7:05, 9:40
Sun. open 6:00 "BLUE MAX"
FRI., SAT. SPECIAL MATINEE
ALL SEATS 50c
"Gulliver's Travels Beyond the
Moon" & "Ghidrah, the 3 headed
Monster" starts 1:30 out 4:30
I :r. Meter Park.ng lot front of Theatre
000 L.1. 154,1p,
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WORKING WOMAN share apartment or
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WHEN DAVID LEWIS, son of
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Elayne and Sol Lewis, was born,
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Steve Allen read the telegram an-
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YOUNG LASSIE, Andrea Gould,
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. . . "Marcy's 16," said Andrea
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room one day, but she never mar-
THERE ARE MAINLY two
types of people. The educated and
the uneducated. The educated can
talk about ideas, philosophy, etc.
The uneducated can only talk
about other people.
While visiting Roslyn and Lou
Meyers last week, Sid Marx over-
heard his seven-year-old grand-
daughter, Sue Meyers, repeating
Southfield's Finest Apartment Living
the alphabet in an oddly reverent
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are you up to?" he asked her . . .
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"I'm praying, grandpa. I can't
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so I'm just saying all the letters
and God will put them together for
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REFRIGERATOR • OVEN-RANGE
DISPOSAL & AIR CONDITIONING
AT A LOCAL Bowling Alley, a
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patron put his clime in the coffee
• Recreation Building • Picnic Area
machine, pushed the button label-
On Ravine • Sound Conditioned
ed "Coffee, Sugar and Double
• Large Storage Lockers • Laundry
Cream" and waited expectantly
.. . There was the usual whir but
no cup . . . And then the two jets
went into action . . . Sweet cream
poured out of one, and black cof-
fee came from the other . . . They
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cup should have been and drizzled
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down the drain . . . The man stood
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Res. Mgr. on Premises
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SEE YOU AT
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Eminent Musicians Perform at Center
32—Friday, December 2, 1966
"THE NAKED PREY"
Julius Chajes, pianist, Gordon
Staples, violinist, Italo Babini, cell-
CALL VErmont 8-9364
& Tony Curtis & Sidney Poitier
Free P. ,he •
and display classified ads accepted from re-
firms or individuals by telephone up to
noon Wednesday. For rates and information . . .
SUN. and WK. 12:55, 4:45, 8:35.
Wed., Ladies' Day: 50c till 6:00
DAILY, SAT. and SUN. EVE.: Open 5:45
Shown 6:05, 8:15, 10:25.
• • •
2216 PARK AVE.
Between Montcalm and Columbia
Detroit's Most Intimate
AT THE PIANO BAR
M.IMMI • I I I I I •
"TEXAS ACROSS THE RIVER"
DAILY & SUN. 11:05, 2:55, 6:45, 10:35.
Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7.0400 & KE 4-6400
FRI. and WK.: Open 6:15; Shown 8:45
Only. SAT. SUN.: Open 1:00, Shown
3:05, 7:10, 11:1
Main Off. 357-2500