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February 12, 1971 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-12

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• 36—Friday, February 12, 1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MOVIE GUIDE

Exclusive area showing
Richard Harris, Alec Guinness

2211 Woodward—WO 1.944

"CROMWELL" (G)

Victoria Vetri In

"WHEN DINOSAURS RULED
THE EARTH" (G)

Continous performance daily, Mon. thru
Fri. 7:00 A 9:30. SAT. & SUN. 2:00, 4:25,
0:55, 9:25.
For information regarding Thursday
morning student group rates call 044-
3534 after 4:30 p.m. .

Plus Christopher Lee In

"THE VENGEANCE OF
FU: MAN CHU"

Both In color
Every WEDNESDAY Ladies' Day
Late Show FRIDAY and SATURDAY
For Schedule Information
Call WO 1-7917

NEIGHBORHOOD

/AGnienfIld
AMERICANA 9 41:44

"SONG OF NORWAY"

no

Reserved Seat Engagementl
Matinee performances WED. & SAT.
at 2:00, SUN. at 1:30. Evening per
MON. thru WED. 0:15 &
SUN. at 5:00 A 0:15. -

ATLAS

On]

blocs ofRA L:
John Wayne in

ield

"RIO LOBO" (G)

WK. NIGHTS 8:25. SAT. & SUN. 8:35
only.
plus Henry Fonda, James Stewart in

"THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB"

WK. NIGHTS 0:40 and 10:20. SAT. and
SUN. 0:50, 10:30
metro & enteralnment coupons accepted

BERKLEY

S. WoMward at Maids{

Birmingham

DOWNTOWN

FOX

BLOOMFIELD VeZilard 2 Mks. S. 15 ML

Exclusive Engagement
David Lvan's

"RYAN'S DAUGHTER"

Robert Mitchum, Sara Miles,
Christopher Jones
Schedule of Performances
Matinee SAT. A WED. 2 p.m. Evenings
at 8 p.m. SUN at 3:00 & 7:00. All
other evenings at II:00.
Not recommended for children.
Tickets for "Ryan's Daughter' may be
purchased In advance. Group sales avail-
able.

cAmELoTW.

"CROMWELL" (G)

FRI. 7:00, 9:30; SAT. & SUN. 2:10, 5:00,
7:30, 10:00; MON., TUES., WED. 7:00,
9:30.
-
WED. SPEC. LADIES MATINEES AT
1:00 — $1.
Call theatre for special Student Rates.

MAIN, ROYAL OAK hu'El

2nd BIG Week

12 Mile-Coolidge, LI 2-0330
Enchanting as

"THE DIARY OF A MAD
HOUSEWIFE"

"FIDDLER ON THE ROOF"

LAST 5 OATS!

"MARRY ME! MARRY ME!"

FRI., SAT. & SUN. EVE. open 7:00,
shown 7:20 and 10:30.
MON., TUES. open 0:45, shown 7:10 and
10:20.
plus Robert Redford

"THE DOWNHILL RACER"

FRI., SAT., SUN. EVE 3:50 only. MON.,
TUES. II:40 only.
SAT. & SUN. CHILDREN'S MATINEE
OPEN 1:20, Over 4:23.
"MAN CALLED FLINTSTONE A
"HEY THERE! YOGI SEAR"

Warren Miller Road

Alec Guinness, Richard Harris in

and

"TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE"

Plymouth Rd.
at Farmington Rd.
KE 4.400

MAI KM

"TORA, TORA, TORA"

FRI., SAT. A SUN. 5:00, 7:30, 10:00.
WK. NIGHTS MON.-THURS. 7:00, 9:30.
WED. LADIES DAY AT 1:00 only $1.

WASHINGTON

Royait I Oisk, Mich.

Highest Rating, Rewarding Experience
Gig Young, Anne Jackson

"LOVERS & OTHER STRANGERS"

FRI. 7:10, 10:25. SAT. A SUN. 7:30,
10:45. WEEK NIGHTS 11:35 only.
Also Woody Allen in

"TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN

FRI. 9:00 only. SAT. & SUN. 0:05,
9:20. WEEK NIGHTS 7:05, 10:20.
Brought back by- popular request
SPECIAL CHILDREN'S
MATINEE SAT.
SUN. ALL SEATS 7Se
Doors open 12 noon. 2 full length plc.
tures "THE MAGIC WEAVER" alsp "2
LITTLE BEARS". Starts Wed. Alan Ar-
kin In "CATCH-22".

`Ryan' at Bloomfield
Wednesday Matinee

maw samosa IIMINZIOSS
4:=Y421.MZILY=

Ihneenevre Detrelt-141141000

For the convenience of patrons
who enjoy going to the movies dur-
ing the day, the Bloomfield Theater
offers a matinee performance 2
p.m. Wednesdays. David Lean's
"Ryan's Daughter" is the current
attraction.

Henry K. Martin ad Gem Rosenberg Present -
A General ENtertainment Corp. Predeclise

"BALD"

Music and Lyrics by Mort Zieve & Rudy Simons

"Well written, well acted and extremely
clever."—Danny Raskin, The Jewish News

■ i

Press.

;r rt:

Performance Timm: Fri. and Sat., 8:30 and 10:30

THE

ZODIAC THEATRE

12 Mile at Northwestern

Reservations and
Ticket Information

358-0226

SEE "BAG IT" AT THE HOTEL PONTCHARTRAIN

Enter an son • un
flown terrors,

. Nii E N D IN

pagan worship and virgin sanrinna•-•
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NEW YORK (ZINS)—Inter-
viewed on the New York news
radio station WINS, Nikolai Log-
inov, first secretary of the Russian
delegation to the UN, registered a
vigorous defense of his country's
Soviet Jewry policies. Loginov
contended that it is nonsense to
charge the USSR with anti-Semi-
tism, and in support of this, he
said that none of the applicants
by Jews to leave the country are
predicated on reasons of anti-
Semitism.
The reasons, he said, have to
do with a desire to be reunited
with next of kin.
Loginox dwelt on the provisions
of the USSR constitution which
guarantee equality to ad citizens,
and where the legal code provides
that anti-Semitism is a criminal
offense.
Commenting on the Leningrad
trial, he defended the severe
penalties as being in accord
with those resolutions, adopted
by the United Nations and by the
international air community, as
a way of stopping the epidemic
of plane hijackings. His closing
remarks were devoted to an ac-
cusation that anti-Soviet propag-
anda is organized and instigated
by the state of Israel.
He cited the contents of an
anonymous letter that flatly as-
serted all anti-Russian activity
would cease the moment the
Soviet Union altered its Middle
Easetrn policies.
He also remarked that Russian
mothers opposed the emigration
of young Soviet Jews to Israel
because they knew that these
young people would quickly be
mobilized into Israels army. -

New Play to Show
Human Side of Herzl

NEW YORK—A play acclaimed
in Israel, "The Man Behind the
Legend," is scheduled by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board to tour
the U.S. and will premiere at the
Baltimore ,Jewish Center.
Based on the life of Theodor
Herzl, the opening was arranged
to coincide with its celebration of
Israel Independence Day.
It was written by Israeli play-
wright Yaacov Orland, who also
will direct it.
Dr. Samuel D. Freeman, director
of the JWB lecture bureau, said,
"The play unfolds the human side
of this almost legendary figure."
Booking information can be ob-
tained from the JWB Lecture Bu-
reau, 15 East 26th St., New York
10010.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

Liners and display classified ads accepted from
responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
2 p.m. Wednesday. For rates and information . . .

CALL 356-8400 _

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NEW YORK (JTA)—The first
"History of Zionism" course of-
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City University of New York will
be offered this spring, Prof. Martin
Feinstein, 4irector of the school's
Jewish studies - program, an-
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Prof. Feinstein, associate pro-
fessor of Hebrew at the City Col-
lege, who will teach the•new course,
said enrollment for the new class
had to,be closed on the second day
of registration when 45 obidents i,
the ihttitirritu&permitted, 'enrolled
for the, class, despite;a lack of: pub-
licity or eyeu a mei:Woe:4i the
school' bulletiblisting courses
able. lie said another 45 students
were turned away.
A second new course, "Archeol-
ogy of the Holy Land," will begin
in the fall. The Jewish Studies
program consists of 20 Hebrew
courses, two Yiddish courses, three
comparative literature, two on
Jewish history, one on the govern-
ment and politics of _Israel and a
seminar on the Middle East. It-was
started last September.

One should absorb the color of
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vulgar—Omar Wilde.

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