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September 28, 1973 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Sept. 28, 1973-43

Cobo Hall to Host 12 Circus Shows

The 102nd consecutive edi-
tion of Ringling Bros. and
Barnum and Bailey Circus
will appear at Cobo Arena
Fine Dining and Cocktails
Nov. 6-11 for 12 perform-
19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)
ances.
•:.
352-2233
The Greatest Show on
HAPPY
•••
Earth this year will feature
NEW YEAR
EVERY FRIDAY NOON
27 acts making their Amer-
FASHION SHOW BY
TO ALL OUR
ican debuts.
BRAYTONS
FRIENDS &
Among the performers
CUSTOMERS
making their American bows
BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 275
are: Spain's lion trainer,
OPEN
• Weddings • Showers • Bar Mitzvahs
Pablo Noel; the Bulgarian
MON. THRU SAT.

high-wire troupe, the Pen-
chevi; and Balkanski, the
noted European trapeze ar-
tist.
The circus also will fea-
ture five new production
numbers in its all-new edi-
tion. Costumes were created
by Don Foote.
Highlighting the production
is "Happiness Is . . ." a pa-
geant which features the en-
tire company of Ringling
Bros. and Barnum and Bai-
ley performers and animals.
Tim Holst is the singing
ringmaster for the new pro-
duction and William Pruyn
directs the brass band.

THE SUSSEX, HOUSE 'f:

• Parties For All Occasions

FROM 11:30 A.M.

Boys Circus Due
at Olympia Today

Larry & Tom

AeAM'S

WISH ALL
THEIR FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS

A VERY HAPPY AN
HEALTHY NEW YEAR

ENJOY OUR ORIGINAL QUALITY
• Juicy B-B-Q Ribs
• Tender Tasty Chicken
• Tangy Pizza
• Assorted Seafood

PROMPT 15
MINUTE CARRY-OUT
SERVICE

BE A GUEST AT YOUR NEXT PARTY!

INNER , SNACKS. SMORGASBORD AND SPECIAL IN-HOM
CATERING, SERVED IN OPEN FLAME CHAFING DISHES

S

25226 GREENFIELD RD.

In The Greenfield Center
1 Blk. No. of 10 Mile
Oak Park

Los Muchachos, the Inter-
national Boys Circus of Spain,
will make a three-day stop
today through Sunda y at
Olympia Stadium.
All of the performers are
residents of Ciudad de los
Muchachos (Spain's Boys
Town) and range in age from
8 to 20. Along with the classi-
cal "big top" acts, there are
many specialty numbers.
Perfixr~.ance times are 5
and 8 p.m. today, 10:30 a.m.,
2:30 and 6:30 p.m. Saturday;
and 2 and 6 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets a r e available at
Olympia, Hudson's and
Sears. Children 14-years-old
and under and senior citizens
will be admitted for half
price at all performances.
For group information, call
Donna Martin, 895-7000.

Hater Should Fear

The Jew is a living embodi-
ment of all that is most griev-
ous in Christian history.
For a Gentile to come into
the presence of a Jew is to
feel himself embarrassed,
stricken with shame, con-
victed of sin. In the face of
the heritage of horror which
the centuries bestow upon
the Gentile from out of the
years of oppressive relations
with the Jew, I marvel that
any Gentile can ever find
anything in any Jew to blame
. .. It is the master and not
the slave, the hater and not
the hated, the persecutor and
not the persecuted, who be-
fore God must be "afraid."
— John Haynes Holmes, in
"Through Gentile Eyes."

HAPPY
New Year 1

To All Our

Friends and Customers

THE GOLDEN
MUSHROOM

ALDO'S RESTAURANT

n

09oyoui

ew Year

WO 2-9558

1520 EAST TECUMSEH

Ample Free Parking

Tei Miles From Tunnel Exit — 10 Minutes From
Downtown Detroit. Turn Right at Tunnel Exit to
Goyeau, Right on Goyeau to Tecumseh, Left 8
Blocks Past Railway Crossing, Corner of Gladstone.



NOIGHBORHOOD

Americana Complex I, 11, III

Greenfield Rd., N. of 9 Mile
359-1414
359.3920

Wed. MATINEES ALL
THEATERS-1 Show only
at 1:15—$1

AMERICANA I

"JESUS CHRIST SUPER STAR"

AMERICANA II

583

MONROE

12 Mile-Coolidge
LI 2-0330
Open 6:45 p.m.
Academy Award Winner
GENE HACKMAN in

"SCARECROW"

(R)

7:00 and 10:25
Jerry Orback, Leigh Taylor-Young

"GANG THAT COULDN'T
SHOOT STRAIGHT"

19143 KELLY nr. 7 Mile & Ford Expwy.

8:50 ONLY

May the coming year be filled with
health, happiness, peace & prosperity
for the entire community

TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS

USIE
NG'S

477-0656

HAPPY & HEALTHY
NEW YEAR

=Best Wishes For A Happy New Year E
To Our Friends and Patrons

YEE'S PALACE

CHINESE-AMERICAN LUNCH AND DINNER MENUS

NOW APPEARING

"TOGETHER"

Just West of Farmington

Thanks Its Many Friends
and Customers and
Wishes Everyone A - Very

21400 Michigan Ave. (Just West of Southfield)

ALSO, A NEW EXCITING GROUP

CANTONESE-AMERICAN
RESTAURANT
33459 W. 8 Mile Rd.

CANTONESE-AMERICAN
RESTAURANT

CHICAGO ROAD HOUSE

* DICK HAYNES

IN
GREEKTOWN

HAPPY--
NEW YEAR

BERKLEY

ALDO OTTAVIANI AND STAFF

WINDSOR'S MOST ELEGANT RESTAURANT

_nappy

MOVIE
GUIDE

"CABARET" (PG)

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY

MILANO

CAFE

SHISH REM
LAMB S. RICE
STEAKS i CHOPS
GREEK SALADS
SEAFOOD

Winner of A Academy Awards
Liza Minnelli - Joel Gray

E Southfield, Michigan

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HELLAS

AMERICANA III

18100 W. 10 Mile Rd.

358-1336

Rudolph Serkin will be the
.guest pianist when Ceccato
will conduct on Jan. 31.
Gar y Graffman will be
guest pianist, March 7, when
Andre Previn will conduct.
Richard Hayman, Arthur
Fiedler and Andre Kostel-
anetz will be among the guest
conductors.
A score of additional guest
artists are listed in the pro-
gram, announced for the cur-
rent year by Marshall W.
Turkin, the symphony's ex-
Pierre Hetu will conduct ecutive director.
when the Russian-Jewish vio-
linist, David Oistrakh, will
NEW
be the guest participant.
Ceccato will conduct for
violinist Isaac Stern, April
25.

"A CLOCKWORK ORANGE" (R)

Wishing All Our Friends and Customers
GREETINGS for the NEW YEAR

For A

An impressive formal open-
ing of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra season, with a
warm welcome to Aldo Cec-
cato, the 1973-74 principal
conductor of the orchestra,
on Sept. 20, also heralded an
unprecedentally enriching
program for the current year.
Itzhak Perlman, world fam-
ous Israeli violinist, will be
returning here for a concert
Jan. 11 and 12, when Sixten
Ehrling will conduct the or-
chestra.

Exclusive engagement!
Malcolm McDowell-Patrick Magee

544 1240

Best Wishes!.

Perlman, Stern and Oistrakh
Listed to Be With Symphony

Wishing Our Friends
& Customers A

g

33260 Van Dyke at 14 Mile Rd. g.
2 Mi. N. of G.M. Tech Center
264-4400
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HAPPY NEW YEAR

3720 ROCHESTER RD.

Just North of Big Beaver (16S4) Troy
(In This Troy-Wood Shopping Conti.)

60..7744

. . To All Our Jewish Friends . .

Sincere Wishes to Our Many

A Joyous and
HEALTHY NEW YEAR

Friends and Customers For a

from

BERMAN'S

HOUSE
World Famous Steak and
Chops For Over 50 Years

AL GREEN'S

IN THE FISHER BUILDING

Celebrity Room • Coach Stop Cafeteria

) ) 1:4 ) 11 • )

4.I.A

FOX & HOUNDS

N E W
Art Experience in
Dining Pleasure

UNCLE JOHN'S

PANCAKE HOUSE
The Family Restaurants

HAPPY

NEW YEAR
a

AH

Cantonese and Mandarin Restaurant

41563 W. 10 MILE off Grand River (In The Novi'Plaza)

NOVI, MICH.

k .A .

349-9260

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