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February 03, 1967 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-03

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New Movie Price Policy to Benefit Young Teens

A new admission price policy,
relative to young teen-agers, was
announced Wednesday by two of
Detroit's major motion picture
theater circuits.
In a joint announcement, Rich-
ard and Eugene Sloan of Suburban
Detroit Theaters, Inc., and Irving
and Adolph Goldberg of Commu-
nity Theaters, outlined the new
policy. The admission price sep-
arating point between children and
adults has been raised from 12

DETROIT'S
DINING AND
ENTERTAINMENT
MECCA

LA MEDITERRANEE

excellent seafood and conti-
nental dining in elegant atmos-

phere plus the lilting sounds
of harpist Dorothy Ashby, Tues-
day thru Friday evenings.

6464001f Toiamt

your dining pleasure is en-
hanced by a fabulous view 25
floors above Detroit and The
Romantic Style of Russ Carlyle
and his orchestra.

years to 16. This means that young
teen-agers, 13, 14. and 15 will now
be admitted for the same price as ADAMS
WO 1-8525
children.

Program on Negro Artist
•Produced by A. Shmarak

OPEN 11:00 A.M.

Suspense drama in 4th dimensional
Living Color

"THE BUBBLE"

DAILY except. Sat. 11:33, 1:43, 3:53,
6:03. 8:13, 10:23
SAT. ONLY "Bubble" 9:30, 11:40, 1:50,
4:00, 6:15, 8:32. 10:48
Ladies Day Wed. 75c till 6:00

FOX . . .

2211 Woodward — WO 1 - 9494

HELD OVER 2ND BIG WEEK

Both in Color.

"PRE-HISTORIC WOMEN"

& Joan Fountaine in

"THE DEVIL'S OWN"

tim

"The Odd Breed — The Negro
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
Artist in Detroit." produced and
For schedule information call
directed by Arthur Shmarak for the CAmELo ri W. Warren at Miller Road
WO 1-7917
581-5040
Detroit Board of Education. will be
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
I presented 4:30 p.m. Sunday on
"QUILLER MEMORANDUM"
Channel 56.
FRI. & WK. DAYS. Open 6:15. Shown
At Grand Circus
7:20, 9:35. (Short Subj.) 6:50, 9:05).
Shmarak, son of Sidney Shmarak, SAT. & SUN. Open 1:00. Shown 1:25, GRAND CIRCUS Park. WO 1-3240
8:15,
10:30.
3
3:40,
6:CO
advertising manager of The Jewish
"CRULLER MEMORANDUM"
!News and Mrs. Shmarak, was as-
FRI. & SAT. 12:55, 4:20, 7:40, 11:05.
SUN.-THUR. 12:35, 3:50, 7:00, 10:15.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR
sisted by Vera Embree, Central
& Brigit Bardot in
!High School modern dance instruc-
"SOUND OF MUSIC"
"PLEASE NOT NOW"
STARTING FEB. 15th
tor, in telling this story of the
FRI., SAT. 11:30 2:55, 6:20, 9:45.
unique heritage of the Negro and
Royal Oak—Main St. at
SUN.-THUR. 11:10, 2:25, 5:40, 8:55.
his contributions to American cul- MAIN
11 Mile Rd.
Wed. Ladies' Day 50c till 6.
LI 2-0180
1 ture.
Burt Lancaster & Lee Marvin in
I The program. produced with the
"THE PROFESSIONALS"
co-operation of Wayne State Uni-
MAI KAI
i - versity, is one of two television pro- and Mr. Holden & Richard Widmark
Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
"ALVAREZ KELLY"
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
I ductions being entered in competi-
tion at Ohio State University.
"QUILLER MEMORANDUM"

Children have inalienable rights
regardless of race, color, sex, re-
ligion or nationality. UNICEF
wants these rights to be respected
everywhere.

PM DM

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

0

Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste

A .

PANAVISION'
METROCOWR

FRI., MON., TUES. Open 6:45. Shown
7:00, 10:35.
SAT. EVE, RE-OPEN 7:00. "Liquida-
tor," 7:15. 10:55.
SUN. Open 1:00. "Liquidator," 3:15.
6:55, 10:35.

A MIN !AMR

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call Fiv.Poakcis

ARTHUR

DORIS ROD

DAY: TAYLOR • GODFREY

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IN PANAVISION'
AND METROCOLOR

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FRI., MON., TUES. Shown 8:50 only.
SAT. EVE. 9:05 only.
SUN. 1:20, 5:00, 8:40.

Sat. Children's Matinee. Open 1:00.
Stars 1:20.

Fri. open 5:45 Shown 6:05, 8:10, 10:15
SAT., SUN. open 12:30 Shown 1:05, 3:30,
5:50, 8:15, 10:40
MON.—THUR. open 6:15 Shown 7:25,
9:45 (short subj. 6:45, 9:05)

"Laurel & Hardy in Laughing
20's" and "Glass Bottom Boat"

LEY ITIHEATiftgi

TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR
"SOUND OF MUSIC"
STARTING FEB. 15th

2 MILE AT COOLIDGE

MICHIGAN PREMIERE, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1st.

• BANQUET FACILITIES

Detroit's finest after-theatre
spot with a choice of fondues or
sandwiches and the quiet jazz
of the Bobby Laurel Trio. Open
Tuesday -Saturday until 4 a.m.

Now: Open Sunday 12 Noon
7525 W. McNichols Rd.. UN 2-6455

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eatantandrt Bar

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20th Century-Fox Presents The

DINO DE LAURENTIIS

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Dinner at DARBY'S

A favorite spot for lunch. The
intimate atmosphere . is en-
hanced after work by the song
and. patter of Ernie Swann at

k a real treat

• Visit Our New

SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail

the piano bar.

Lounge and Bar

CHUCK MUER -
YOUR HOST

• AFTER
THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
Delignt
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

boici Pontchartrain

Two Washington Blvd.
phone: 965-4593

Res. UN 2-7642

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

4'

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Detroit Institute of Arts Concert Series
Edith J. Freeman, Chairman

THE HARKNESS BALLET

Monday, February 6, 1967-8:30 p.m. AUDITORIUM. Tickets: $5.50, S4.50,
$3.50, $3.00 at Institute Ticket Office (832-2730), Grinnell's, Hudson's
ticket services.

Entertain Your Guests, or Enjoy a

Family Sunday Dinner

at

WOODWARD at 11 1/2 MILE ROAD

Bountiful Brunch Buffet

Served Every Sunday Morning — 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Adults $2.95 — Children $1.95

Special Sunday Dinner
$2.95
from 2 P.M.

.

Children's Portions Available—$1.95

(Several delicious menu items to choose from)
Of course our regular Sunday menu items are also available

Bountiful Buffet Dinners

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

iVe Are iParty (Planners

AT NORTHWOOD INN We Can Handle from 20 to 500 People in
our Own Banquet Rooms with Ample Parking Available. Get our
prices from our CATERING MANAGER.

Sweet Sixteen Parties, Showers,
Wedding Receptions, Bar Mitzvas

We also do Outside Catering to your Home. Office or Plant

GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA

Cocktail & Dinner Music from 5:a0 p.m. & for Dancing after 10 p.m. nightly

JO 4-6688

VIE

Grand Circus Park

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, February 3, 1967

LI 1-2577

BACK IN 1932, two brothers, Sid
and Philip Fishman, passed away
within six months of each other ...
Honoring their memory,
their friends decided to meet each
year and conduct memorial serv-
ices ... The fellows also take care
of the graves, and recently donat-
ed 24 sidurim with their names im-
printed to Chesed Shel Ernes . . .
In recent years, the original bunch
has been joined by Cantor Hyman
Adler . . . Ed Bunim, Joe Ceasar,
Harry Cohen, Al Dubin, Harvey
Fineberg, Dave Glazer, Karl Katz,
Milt Ribiat, Max Sosin, Morris Fish-
man and the late Ben Fishman, or-
ganizer . . . no relation to the
brothers.
e * *

REASON • WHY THE Infants
Service Group Dinner-Dances are
so. successful each year is because
of the tremendous "bargain" in-
Volved . .. if we may be "permitted
to use a word ordinarily restricted
to advertising .. . This is without
a doubt the top affair of its kind
in the community . Champagne,
dinner, floor show. dancing—This
year's "Cherub Ball" will head-
line comic Al Bernie, with Joy
Mann, songstress in all languages,
including Yiddish, and rhythms by
the very fine Hal Gordon aggrega
tion . . . Eleanor Riseman is in
charge of entertainment, and Lois
Singer is dinner-dance chairman ...
Mimi Davis is president of Infants
Service Group . . . Feb. 6 is the
deadline for getting in reserva-
tions to this great affair . . . Don't
miss. out . . . Phone either Nancy
Baron, ticket chairman, 353-3844,
or Lil Silverman, reservation chair-
man, 353-6284.
S * *

SEEING SIGNS . . . One man
who's going to have to change the
proclamation in his window is the
owner of a spotless new fish store
in Miami . . . "We sell anything
that swims," he boasted proudly,
till a customer walked in and de-
manded Esther Williams.
• * *

WHAT HAPPENED to the kind
of kids who welcomed a big snow-
fall like last week as the chance
for plenty of extra spending mon-
ey in the pocket . . . Looks like
the youths of today have it much
too easy when they turn their
heads the other way anytime Lady
Opportunity knocks with those dol-
lar bills !

The vile are only vain; the great

are nroud—Bvran.



In The Beginning

Production of

Saeeoplay by CHRISTOPHER FRY

• Produced by DINO De IAORDITILS
•Directed by JOHN HUSTON
Filmed in D-150• Color by Deluxe

SCHEDULE OF PRICES and PERFORMANCES

[ORCH.

LOGE

BALCONY

MATINEES: (Wednesday)
MATINEES: (Sat., Sun. and Holidays)
EVERY EVENING

$2.00 $2.00 $1.75 & $1.50

2.50
3.00

2.50
3.00

2.00 & 1.50
2.50 & 1.80

RESERVED SEATS

EVENINGS at 890 P.M./EXCEPT SUNDAY at 790 P.M. MATINEES WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY
IL SUNDAY at 2:00 P.M. MATINEES DAILY, MARCH 25th thru APRIL 2nd. of 2:00 P.M.

FOR THEATRE PARTY AND GROUP SALES INFORMATION
CALL ANN SQUIRES 9634009

AT GRAND ORM PARK

DO YOU
FOLLOW
the STARS?

U so, this is an especially favorable week

end to attend the Studio Theatres! Using
its "star system" of judging movies,
TEMPO, the Detroit News' entertainment
magazine, this week gives ****
("excellent"), its highest rating, to each
of the films now playing at the four
Studio Theatres. Take - your pick.

THE SHAMELESS OLD LADY

STUDIO I Livernois at Davison

GEORGY GIRL

STUDIO-NORTH

Woodward at 9 Mile

THE ENDLESS SUMMER

STUDIO NEW CENTER 3rd at W. Grand Blvd.

ALFIE

STUDIO 8

-

Greenfield at 8 Mile

CALL %24■133

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