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May 12, 1967 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-12

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MOVIE GUIDE

Grand

ADAMS

WO 1-8525

Circus Park

OPEN 11:00 A.M.

"BORN FREE"

Academy Award Winning Song
FRI. & SAT.: 1:11, 4:42, 8:13, 11:44. SUN.
& WK.: 11:25, 3:04, 6:43, 10:22.

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FRI. s. SAT.: 11:15, 2:46, 6:17, 9:48.
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A RETURN TO ELEGANCE
FOR ALL MOVIEGOERS
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AMERICANA

"HURRY SUNDOWN"

Jane
Michael
Diahann
Fonda
Caine
Carroll
FRI.: Open 4:45; Shown 5:05
7:45, 10:30. SAT. Open 11:45, shown
12:05, 2:45, 5:30, 8:15, 10:55. SUN.: Open
12:45, shown 1:25, 4:04, 6:50, 9:35. MON.
thru THUR. 7:05, 9:45.
Extra Added Featurette

GRAND CIRCUS

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Sid Caesar and Robt. Ryan

Danny Raskin's

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Due to the

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"THE HIRED KILLER"

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of this

The Syndicate's No. 1 Killer on His
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WK. DAYS: 12:45, 4:00, 7:20, 10:35.

no children allowed

with or without

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"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"

Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer
MON., TUES., THUR., FRI.: Doors open
7:00, Shown 8 p.m. WED.: Matinee 1:30.
EVE.: 8:00. SAT.: 2:00, 5:20, 8:40. SUN.:
1:30, 4:45, 8:05.

By Guest Columnist Hy Lewis
While waiting for our host to
lead us to our table at one of the
more popular restaurants, we spied
a familiar face that took us back
to. in fact, way back to old Hast-
"Herb Alpert & His Tijuana Brass"
ings St., where we sold the Journal
6:45, 9:25.
in front of the Medbury Theater,
at Miller Road
CAMELOT W. Warren
bought club corned beef sand-
581-5040
BY JESSE SILVER
wiches at Boesky's for 15 cents
Special Selective Engagement of
(Copyright, 1967, JTA, Inc.)
Roger Hammerstein's
across the street to Hoptman's
Mark Spitz, the Santa Clara.
"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"
bakery for Chats and bagel and
Calif., high school wonder, won
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer
if there was a nickel left over to
three events at the recent Inter- the Warfield Theater. Who remem-
MON., TUES., THUR., FRI.: Doors open
7:00 Shown at 8 p.m. WED.: Matinee national Swimfest in Bremen, Ger-
Y chocolate
bers
1:30. EVE.: 8:00. SAT.: 2:00, 5:20, 8:40.
many. Spitz captured the 200-meter soldiers? Ah tempus
ah fugit.
SUN.: 1:30, 4:45, 8:05.
individual medley, 2:14.2; the 100-
meter butterfly, 57.0 and the 200-
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FOX
When Sol and Elaine Lewis were
meter butterfly, 2:10.0. Spitz, 17,
2 Controversial Shockers
was one of only two men on the in Hollywood recently they were
No One Under 18 Admitted
guests
of one of the television
U.S. squad. Twenty-three nations
"POOR WHITE TRASH"
studios who were doing a science-
took part in the three-day meet.
and
fiction show that sounds way out.
Richard Schneider helped Yale
" I HATE YOUR GUTS"
capture the Eastern Seaboard in- Apes were the leaders on a strange
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday ter-collegiate swimming champion- planet and of course humans were
For schedule information call
doing the menial tasks . . . what
' ships. Schneider, from Cleveland,
WO 1-7917
a switcheroo.
was a member of the victorious
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
800-yard freestyle relay team.
Paul Winter of radio station
Dave Solomon won the 100-yard
JACK LEMMON
butterfly. 53.1, at the Canadian- WTAK has done more to popular-
ize
the bagel to his listening audi-
American International meet in
WALTER MATTHAU
ence with his "bagel-conspiracy"
Pittsburgh.
Academy Award Winners
Although Japan won every event than anyone. It is hilarious to
in the Asian Games swimming listen to the comments made by
competition. Israel gave a good those who have for the first time
Open 7:00, Fri., Mon., Tues. "For-
account of itself. Yvonne Tovis tasted these succulent morsels,
tune Cookie," 7:20. SAT. open 6:30
• * •
shown 8:50 only. SUN. open 1:00
won a silver medal in the 200-
shown 3:40, 7:50.
Little Sheri Silber was out to
meter individual medley, a bronze
in the 100-meter free and placed lunch with her grandma. Shirley
fourth in the 100-meter butterfly Charmer. After lunch Shirley left
her gratuity on the table but little
and fifth in the 200-meter free.
In the men's events Gershon Sheri who liked her waitress very
Sheffa won a silver in the 400- much had to tip her personally
meter individual medley, a bronze with a whole penny,

in the 200-meter breaststroke, and
When Sol Lewis, Sam Evans
placed fourth in the 100-meter
breast. Abraham Melamed took a and Bennie Schecter of Displays
FRI., MON„ TUES. 9:25 only. SAT.
silver in the 100-meter butterfly, Unlimited were decorating t h e
6:45, 10:55. SUN. 1:35, 5:45, 9:55.
Moshe Gertel placed fourth in the Franklin Hills Country Club with

.
.
100 -meter free and Yoram multi-colored balloons for an al-
1:00,
Sot. Spec. Matinee open
Schneider, fourth in the 100-meter : fair, they ran out of oxygen to
Starts 1:20 out 4:30
pump them . they had to blow
backstroke.
"THAT FUNNY FEELING" and
Following the Asian Games, Is- up the remaining balloons the old-
'
"McHALES AIR FORCE"
'
fashioned
way. When the display
' rael was elected to the games ex-
Both in Color
ecutive committee. The nomination men returned home for the eve-
BERK LEIY THEATRE
ning,
they
were strangely quiet.
was put forward by Iran and
Afghanistan. The f in a 1 tally according to their wives.
LI 2-0330
* • •
showed that Israel won three gold,
12 MILE AT COOLIDGE
One of the strangest stories re-
five silver and three bronze medals.
lated to psychic phenomena is that
of Edgar Cayce, who, while under
hypnosis was able to medically
Serving the Finest
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a remarkable degree of accuracy.
To the Finest !
This, from a man with very little
formal education makes up the
book, "Edgar Cayce, The Sleeping
Prophet" by Jesse Stearn which
OF DETROIT
is currently No. 2 on the best
selling list. We have personally
Isaac Goodwin at the —1
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Piano Bar
son, who claims that back in 1943
his father, while in Detroit, cor-
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daughter of one of our popular
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medical examination proved futile.

Champs: Israeli
and American

"The Fortune Cookie"

"The Russians
Are Coming"
"The Russians
Are Coming"

Friday, May 12, 1967-39

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Sunday at 7:30 P.M.
Matinees: Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 2:00 P.M.

Wednesday Matinee Tickets $1.50 and $2.25
Saturday, Sunday, Holiday Matinee Tickets: $1.80 and $2.50

All Evening Performances: Tickets at $2.25 & $3.00

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Reaches 400,000 Mark

NEW YORK—A series in Heb-
rew that has already sold- an un-
precedented 400,000 copies is now
celebrating the appearance of its
50th title, it was announced by its
publisher, the Jewish Education
Committee Press, through Rabbi
Leonard Rosenfeld, executive vice
president.
The best-seller is the Junior
brew Library Laclor, which pub-
lished its first volume "Bayarnim
Hahem," the story of the kidnap-
ping of Jewish children for army
service in Russia under the Czars,
in 1952: The 50th title of the series
—the "Book of the Maccabees" —
containing the story of the heroes
of ithe Ilanuka festival—has just
been published.

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