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April 23, 1965 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-23

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Jack E. Leonard Back
for Roostertail Show

Comedian Jack E. Leonard, who
bills himself as "The Mouth That
Roared," will appear another
week at the Roostertail, with
songstress Jan Rae.
Since his first apearance here,
Leonard has had a year of star-
ring an several Hollywood Palace
shows, Johnny Carson, game and
personality television shows and
appearances in the top night clubs
of New York, Chicago, Miami
Beach and Las Vegas.

Israel Mobbed by Tourists on Holiday;
Two Dates Commemorated by World

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Passover in supplies to Cuba since 1961 in
Israel this year saw a record num- response to urgent appeals from
Linerc and disnlav classified ads accepted from re-
ber of tourists filling the nation's the Jewish community there.
firms or individuals by telephone up to
hotels to capacity.
The shipment, which was sent
noon Wednesday. For rates and information . • •
Over 15,000 visitors arrived by by boat from Halifax on March
air during the two weeks preced- 31, comprised 13,000 pounds of
ing the holiday. Hours before the matzo, 4,000 pounds of matzo meal,
seder, 20 planes carrying 3,000 1,500 pounds of canned meat, 1,400
tourists arrived at Lydda Airport. bottles of wine, 3,000 pounds of oil
At the same time three shiploads and a quantity of tea and horse
26—Friday, April 23, 1965
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
of foreign visitors docked at Haifa. radish.
Inside the country, transporta-
In Warsaw, the 22nd anniversary
Elliot Denman, former Olymp- tion companies mobilized their of the Jewish uprising against the 10—ROOMS FOR RENT
ian, is the New Jersey AAU walk- largest fleets to cope with the Nazi army in the Warsaw Ghetto ATTRACTIVE furnished room. Work-
ing chairman.
nearly 1,000,000 persons traveling was commemorated here Monday ing woman. Good transportation. LI
THE DISCRIMINATING
for Passover to visit relatives. The with a mass-pilgrimage to the 6-6799, LI 6-7532.
NICE ROOM. Very reasonable. Kitchen
CHOOSE
roads were also jammed with Is- Monument of the Ghetto Fighters, privileges. Gentleman. UN 1-2687.
raeli families on outdoor excur- the work of the famous sculptor NICE ROOM. Good transportation and
sions to take advantage of the per- Nathan Rapaport, which stands in shopping. DI 1-2081.
or working gentleman. Call
fect sunny weather.
the section of the city where the STUDENT
mornings. UN 3-3678.
Many tourists and over 50 foreign Jews put up their heroic fight
7 MILE - SCHAEFER. Cheerful room.
diplomats, including the Soviet against the German military Convenient location. Working lady pre-
ferred. UN 4-4243.
ambassador to Israel D. Chuvak- might.
The participants then marched ROOM for rent, working woman. Good
hin, attended sedorim in kibbut-
in silence through the streets transportation. North of 6. UN 3-3463,
GEORGETOWN APTS
zim.
ART THEATERS
not at home please call for app't.
named for Mordecai Anilewicz and if
Elsewhere in the world:
961-9713, WE 3-9600 or LI 2-3982.
OFFERS COVERED
UN 2-4252
VARSITY CINEMA
In Moscow, the Central Syna- Josef Levartowsky, the leaders of
Livernois at McNichols
NICE ROOM in widow's home. North-
the
ghetto
revolt,
and
proceeded
gogue,
leading
congregation
in
the
Academy Award Winner "TOPKAP1"
west area. Working lady preferred.
PARKING
Daily 6:30, 10:25
Soviet capital, was crowded bey- to the street named "The Road of UN 4-0693.
"PHAEDRA"
the
Ghetto
Fighters."
ond capacity during Friday night's
PRIVATE HOME. Reasonable. 7 Mile-
You can chose either a one or
DAILY 8:30 Only SUN. 4:30, 8:30
The Polish Ministry of Culture Greenfield area. BR 2-3834.
Passover services. Reports stated
Students $1.
two-bedroom
apartment. Both
that at least 2,000 worshipers agreed that a special Jewish ex- LOVELY HOME for working woman.
units are exceptionally spa-
NEIGHBORHOOD
jammed the synagogue, which has hibit be erected at the site of the Kitchen privileges. 8 Mile-Schaefer. DI
cious. Closet space is abundant.
former Auschwitz concentration 1-1402, LI 3-7541.
a capacity of 700-800.
12 Mi.-Coolidge,
All apartments are sound con-
After the Passover services, con- camp, and that Israel be repre- 2 ROOMS. 1 board, 1 kitchen privileges.
Berkley—LI 2-0330
•BERKLEY
BOTH IN COLOR
ditioned and air conditioned for
ducted by Chief Rabbi Yehuda sented on the committee to plan 543-4033.
Elvis Presley
Leib
Levin, a communal seder was the Jewish exhibit.
your relaxed comfort. Kitchen
BEAUTIFUL room for woman. All
"GIRL HAPPY"
privileges. UN 2-1819.
FRI. & SAT. Open 6:45, Shown 7:10, held at the synagogue for about
appliances are by Westing-
10:30. SAT. MAT. Open 1:00, Shown 1:20 50 per s o rt s. Beyond-capacity
NICE pleasant room. Gentleman pre-
house.
Your view will be of a
SUN. Open 12:45, Shown 2:35, 5:50,
This is the one they're all
ferred. Small family. DI 1-8731.
crowds also attended services at
8:50. MON., TUES. Open 6:45, Shown
beautifully landscaped walled
talking
about!
7:02, 10:10.
the Maryina Roscha Synagogue in
COMFORTABLE room in Jewish loca-
courtyard.. Carpeted through-
Jerry Lewis & Jill St. John
tion. Near transportation. DI 1-5803.
an outlying district of Moscow.
"WHO'S MINDING THE STORE"
out, including bedrooms, walk-
WALT
DISNEY!
Many
Jews
in
Moscow
and
in
FRI. & SAT. 9:00 Only. SUN. 4:13, 7:25,
1:41—
ing distance to shopping.
10:30. MON., TUES. 8:45 Only.
TO SHARE LIVING QUARTERS
11
Leningrad had matzo for this
(Th
year's Passover, permission for
CAMELOT W. Warren at Miller Road the baking of matzo having been
SINGLE GIRL desires same to share
GEORGETOWN
APARTMENTS
vi
581-5040
Oak Park apartment. 545-6535.
DEARBORN'S FINEST THEATRE
granted in Moscow and Lenin-
19320 Geenfield
WOMAN will share her lower flat
A Nice Place to Go!
grad
and,
apparently,
also
in
with woman or couple. Northwest area.
Pon
Exclusive! "ZORBA THE GREEK"
Just
North
of Seven Mile Road
Odessa.
UN
4-1902.
EINCOIOR
Winner of 3 Academy Awards incl.
Mused BUENAVISTA Datution Co. lac. 01964 Wilt Duey Plockctali
best supporting actress Lila Kedrova.
In
many
other
large
Jewish
342-8071
FRI. open 6:15 shown 7:10, 9:50. SAT.
FRI., SAT. Open 8:30 a.m. shown
centers, however, such as Kiev,
open 1:00 shown 1:50, 4:30, 7:15, 10:00.
13
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Model Hours: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
SUN. opens 1:00 shown 1:40, 4:20, 7:10,
11:30, 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30. EASTER
Minsk and Kishinev, reports in-
9:50. WEEKDAYS open 6:15 shown 7:00,
3347
BOSTON-2,
3 and 5 rooms, fur-
SUN. Open 11:00 a.m. shown 11:30,
Doily and Sunday. Closed Thurs.
dicated
that
there
was
practic-
9:45.
nished and unfurnished, clean, quiet
2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30. MON. thru FRI.
building. All utilities. Reasonable. Park-
ally no matzo at all, aside from
Apr. 26-30. Opens 4:00 shown 4:30,
ng available. Adults. 894-1966.
Dearborn
very small quantities baked in
CARMEt4 LU Schaefer-Fort.
PARK FREE
2-1610
7:00, 9:30.
homes.
This Is the One They're All
Talking About!
In New York, the Greater New
"MARY POPP INS"
York Histadrut Council celebrated 1111EMBECEMEGC311
Julie Andrews, Dick VanDyke
annual "third seder."
Schaefer-Ford, Dearborn
FRI. & SAT. Open 8:30 a.m., Shown 9 its 33rd
& 11:30 a.m., 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30 p.m.
More than 2,000 supporters of the
LU 2-1610
SUN. Open 11:00 a.m., Shown 11:30, 2:00,
Israel Histadrut campaign at-
4:30, 7:00, 9:30.
(Not a project development) — but the ultimate in Deluxe
MON. thru FRI. Apr. 26-30 Open 4:00,
tended the colorful function.
Shown 4:30, 7:00, 9:30.
The occasion served also as a
OEIXOILIUIS I VE AiRKA I
comfort and gracious living, for those who want something
ceremony commemorating the 6,-
GREAT LAKES
OH'
000,000 Jewish victims of the Nazi
EXTRA, at no extra cost.
14832 GRAND RIVER — VE 6-3643
EXCL. AREA SHOWING
holocaust.
"GOLDFINGER" Fri. & Wk. days Open
ALBERT R BROCCOU HARRY SALTZMAN
One- and two-bedroom apartments (some with
April 29, which corresponds with
6:45, Shown 7:05, 11:00. SAT. Open 12:45,
Shown 2:55, 7:15, 11:10. SUN. Open
the Hebrew date of the 27th day of
2 baths and stall shower).
12:45, Shown 2:55, 6:55, 10:50.
SEAN CONNERYziocrr-
Nisan, marking the annual Day of
"THE MAN FROM RIO" Fri & Wk.

I
IAN
ROAMS'S
Large
Rooms
• Air conditioned
days 9:05 Only. SAT. 1:05, 5:20, 9:15.
Remembrance, was designated as
SUN. 1:05, 5:00, 8:55.
• Large walk-in closets
• Individual apt. heat control
Warsaw Ghetto Day in a pro-
• All electric kitchen
TECHNICOLORItousou. UNITED ARTISTS
nd Middle
clamation issued by Gov. Nelson
• Private Balconies
LA PARISIEN Ford aGA
1-0210 Belt Rockefeller of New York. A simi-
• Swimming Pool, plus many other features
NOW SHOWING
lar proclamation is being issued
Fri. & Wk. Days Open 6:45
"IT'S
Shown 7:05, 11:00
A
by Mayor Wagner, addressed to Sat. Open 12:45;
Shown 2:55, 7:15, 11:10
Rentals from $165
MAD
the
people
of
the
City
of
New
Sun.
Open
12:45;
Shown 2:55, 6:55, 10:50
MAD
York.
MAD
DI 1-0725
864-8207
MAD
In Montreal, the Canadian
WORLD"
Jewish Congress received con-
OPEN FRI., SAT. & SUN. 1:00. OPEN
Fri. & Wk. 9:05 Only
MON., TUES., WED., THURS. 6:30
firmation that a special relief
Sat. 1:05, 5:20, 9:15
shipment
of
Passover
supplies
Sun. 1:05, 5:00, 8:55
MAI KAI
sent to the Cuban Jewish com-
Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
WE HAVE A REPUTATION FOR SELLING FIRST-RATE HOUSES
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
munity had been safely received.
John Ford's
IN A FIRST-RATE WAY TO FIRST-RATE PEOPLE.
The Canadian Jewish Congress
"CHEYENNE AUTUMN"
14832 Grand River
Scope & Color with Richard Widmark, has been sending relief Passover
VE 6-3643
BY "FIRST-RATE HOUSES" WE MEAN clean, modern, well-kept

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,

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Scope & Color with Richard Widmark,
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Baker plus all star supporting cast.
FRI. & SAT. 11:05, 1:56, 4:47, 7:38, 10:29.
SUN. & Wk. 11:05, 1:46, 4:27, 7:08, 9:49.
Wed., Ladies' Day Matinee till 5:00; 50c.

FOX • •

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ALL COLOR SHOW
Held Over 2nd Big Week
IT'S BACK! With its blonde, its show-
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time. PLUS hilarious G.I.'s Wm. Hold-
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Doors Open 10:45 a.m.
Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
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BY "FIRST-RATE PEOPLE" WE MEAN professionals, semi profes-
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