Detroit Auto show Opens Nov. 18 at Cobo Hall
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Cars and stars is the theme of
the nine-day 52nd Detroit Auto
Show to be held Nov. 18-26 at
Cobo Hall. The show will feature
all of the 1968 domestic and import
passenger cars, recreational ve-
hicles, campers and motor homes,
a twice-daily stage show and a
Chip Off the Old Bach Featured in Concert
and affords Michigan residents an
opportunity to see all the 1968 ve-
hicles for the first time in one
Dozens of competition, experi-
mental and show cars will be
among the 450 vehicles on display
in the 400,000 square feet of ex-
The show is sponsored by the hibit area. Name entertainers
Detroit Auto Dealers Association scheduled to appear include Woody
Herman and his 16-piece orchestra,
singers Bobby Vinton and Della
Reese, and teen-appealing groups
such as The Detroit Wheels, The
Debutantes and The Tidal Waves.
There will be two shows daily, at
4 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. with a fashion
show included in the evening per-
IS COMING SOON!
8:00 P. M.
Hours of the show will be noon
to 11 p.m. Adult tickets purchased
in advance will be available at all
J. L. Hudson, Sears, General Tire,
B. F; Goodrich and Uniroyal
stores, and all Shell Oil Company
stations, according to Harry Tenny-
son, chairman of the show com-
SS Shalom Final Trip;
NEW YORK (JTA) — The
25,300-ton S.S. Shalom, once
pride of Israel's merchant ma-
rine, bid a sad farewell to the
Port of New York when she
sailed from here late Friday
afternoon, Oct. 13, without pas-
sengers on her last voyage under
the Israel flag.
The $20,000,000 luxury liner,
built for the Zim Lines in 1964,
was sold earlier this year to the
German Atlantic Line of Ham-
burg, which reportedly paid $16
million for her.
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The Florida Hotel Commission
announces the award of "Excel-
lent" to Lido Spa, Miami Beach.
This award is given to a hotel food
production center after a detailed
inspection of its facilities. It in-
volves sanitation, equipment, per-
sonnel, and safety. This is the third
successive year that Lido Spa has
won this outstanding award.
Deputy Commissioner Kaplan
awarded a plaque to Samuel Edel-
stein, owner-director, and it was
accepted for the staff by S. Yoel
Eisen, general manager.
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FOR ALL MOVIEGOERS
James Coburn and Carroll O'Connor
MON., TUES., THURS., FRI. Open 6:00
shown 6:25, 8:30, 10:30. WED., SAT.,
SUN. open 1:00 shown 1:55, 8:30, 10:35.
Jack Lemmon, Peter Falk
"I. U V"
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FRI., MON., TUES. open 6:45. "LUV"
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Dick Van Dyke, Debbie Reynolds
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, MON., TUES. 8:40 only. SAT.
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WEDNESDAY, OCT 25t4
"DIVORCE, AMERICAN STYLE"
Oak Park Symphony
to Host Pianist Tuesday
The music is unpublished, the
instrumentation is bizarre, and
classical music styles and conven-
tions are stretched to satire in
"P.D.Q. Bach," the opening per-
formance in the 1967-68 Founders
Society Concert Series at the De-
troit Institute of Arts auditorium,
8:30 p.m. Oct. 27.
will expose this
"oddest of J. S.
by the Royal
P.D.Q. Bach Fes-
tival Orchestra of
some 20 musi-
claims he is resi-
at the University
of Southern North Schickele
Dakota, is a composer-musician
who writes and arranges vocal and
instrumental scores for theater and
films, for notables like Joan Baez
and Buffy Saint-Marie, and who
has persuaded Vanguard Records
to press a third recording of
P.D.Q. this winter.
The evening's program includes
"Serenude in D Major for Devious
Instruments" (among them, slide
whistles, kazoos, tromboons, shower
hose, windbreaker and strings), a
special performance. of the "Un-
begun Symphony," Prof. Schickele's
own admitted composition, and a
cantata, "Iphigenia in Brooklyn."
Prof. Schickele is proud to ad-
mit his discovery of works by Jo-
hann Sebastian Bach's mythologi-
cal son may have set music back
several hundred years, and audi-
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A smash show wh
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"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"
. . . the wildest
Mad Mod Show
ever conceived ...
All -Star Cast
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer
WEEKDAYS Doors open 7:00 Shown at
8 p.m. WED.: Matinee 1:30, Eve. 8:00.
SAT.: 2:00, 5:20, 8:40. SUN.: 1:30, 4:45,
field, pianist, will
be guest artist
with the Oak
Orchestra 8 : 15
p.m. Tuesday at
Park High School
ven's Piano Con-
certo No. 3. Sea-
a n d individual
tickets will be
available at the
ences who have been exposed to
the performances of "P.D.Q. Bach"
in New York's Philharmonic Hall
and Town Hall and California's
Hollywood Bowl tend to agree with
Tickets are available at the De-
troit Institute of Arts Ticket Of-
fice, 832-2730, Grinnell's and J. L.
Hudson ticket services. Mrs. Edith
J. Freeman, chairman of the Foun-
ders Society Concert Series an-
nounced that season tickets will
remain on sale until the 8:30 p.m.
curtain time Oct. 27.
Theater Stars Launch
`Variety Club' in Israel
LONDON (JTA)—Notable fig-
ures from the British and Israeli
theater world attended a luncheon
here to mark the establishment of
a Variety Club in Israel.
The club will receive its charter
at a formal inauguration to take
place at the Tel Aviv Hilton Nov. 5.
The guest of honor at the
luncheon, given by the Variety
Club of Great Britain, was Chaim
Topol, one of Israel's leading
actors, who plays the role of Tevye
in "Fiddler on the Roof."
Other guests included Israel Am-
bassador Aharon Remez and mem-
bers of his staff; A. R. Moore, of
the Israeli Foreign Office; Larry
Adler and Stanley Baker.
Thomas Hardy Classic
on Screen at Summit
Brought to the screen with an
all-star cast, headed by Academy
Award-winner Julie Christie, Ter-
ence Stamp, Peter Finch and Alan
Bates, MGM's "Far From The
Madding Crowd" opens Wednes-
day at the Summit Theater. All
seats will be handled on a reserve
Miss Christie portrays one of
Thomas Hardy's most fascinating
heroines, Bathsheba Everdine, a
beautiful young girl who inherits
a sheep farm. She becomes involv-
ed with three desperate men, whose
destinies are fatalistically en-
El Al Orders Jumbo Jet
TEL AVIV (JTA)—El Al Israel
National Airlines announced it had
placed an order for one '3f the huge
new Boeing Jumbo jet passenger
liners for delivery in 1971, and for
two Boeing 707 jet liners to be
delivered next year.
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