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March 08, 1968 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-08

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Catering Head Schwartz
Back at Sheraton Job

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. 11/ ACADEMY AWARD
!
WI NNE " N NOMINATIONS
indudins: Best Picture

Herman Schwartz, catering man-
for the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel for 12 years until his brief
retirement last July, will return to
the hotel in the same capacity
Monday.
Schwartz, a veteran of 25 years
in hotel catering, started his
career in Chicago, transferred to
some of the finest hotels in the
East and settled at the Sheraton-
Cadillac in 1956.
During his quarter-century in
catering, Schwartz estimates that
he has been in charge of at least
25,000 functions, ranging in size
from 10 to 2,000 persons.
Schwartz also has gained
national fame through his liaison
work on food functions at many
national Shriners conventions—an
organization with which he has
been a long and faithful member.
With his wife Trudy and son
Kenneth, 15, Schwartz lives at 3145
Woodstock.

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A STANLEY SHAPIRO PRODUCTION

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A MARRIAGE -- AND
RUIN YOUR UFE

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Bagley at Grand River, 963.1773

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THE - IN - MOVIE OF 19681

MOZART Overture to "The
Magic Flute"
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto
No. 2
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No. 5

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and NATE MONASTER • Mus , c by MICHEL LEGRAND Produced by STANLEY SHAPIRO
Directed by FIELDER COOK • PANAVISION•• EASTMAN COLOR cel era

Supporting Actress
\ Best Director
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Sixten Ehrling, music director

BETTY FIELD • JACK ALBERTSON 'Mv 17-. SHAPIRO

Best Actor
Best Actress

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SYMPHONY
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38—Friday, March 8, 1968

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Produced by CHARLES H.SCHNEER
and GEORGE SIDNEY
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COMING MARCH 13
DIRECT FROM ITS RECORD BREAKING ROAD SHOW ENGAGEMENT
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PRICE & PERFORMANCE
SCHEDULE

Evenings:
Monday through Saturday at 8:15 P.M.

Sunday at 7:30 P.M.

All Evening Performances:

Tickets at $2.25 & $3.00

Matinees:
Wednesday, Sat & Sunday at 2:00 P.M.

Wednesday Matinee
Tickets $1.50 and $2.25

Saturday, Sunday, Holiday Matinee

Tickets: $1.80 and $2.50

RESERVED SEATS ONLY — MAIL ORDERS NOW

110X OFFICE OPEN NOON TO

9 P.M.

NORTHLAND THEATRE

J. L. Hudson Drive at Northland Center • 353-0100

FOR GROUP SALES. AND SPECIAL THEATRE PARTY
INFORMATION CALL RUTH DAVIS, 353-0102

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