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April 30, 1965 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-30

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This is the one they're all
talking about!

WALT DISNEY

Hollywood Gets a New Theme

By HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright, 1965. JTA, Inc.)

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MON. thru FRI. Open 4:00 shown
4:30, 7:00, 9:30. SAT. Open 8:30 a.m.
shown 11:30, 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30.
SUN. Open 11:00 a.m. shown 11:30,
2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30.

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Schaefer-Ford, Dearborn
LU 2.1610

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"GOLDFINGER"

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Fri. & Wk. Days Open 6:45
Shown 7:05, 11:00
Sat. Open 12:45; Shown 2:55, 7:15, 11:10
Sun. Open 12:45; Shown 2:55, 6:55, 10:50

"The Man from Rio"

Fri. & Wk. 9:05 Only
Sat. 1:05, 5:20, 9:15
Sun. 1:05, 5:00, 8:55

GREAT LAKES THEATRE

14832 Grand River

VE 6-3643

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HOLLYWOOD—Veteran director
Lou Brandt, who hails from the
Yiddish stage, reports to this
column from Spain where he serves
as first assistant on the Milton
Sperling - Philip Yordan - Sidney
Harmon production of "The Battle
tle of the Bulge," depicting the
infamous deception perpetrated by
the German war machine in the
final days of World War II that
caused the lives of many G. I.'s
who were bluffed by Nazis wear-
ing American uniforms.
Brandt went with the key per-
sonnel of the Warner Bros. movie
from Hollywood to the Iberian
Peninsula where, in the snow-cov-
ered hills and wooded areas out-
side Segovia, a segment of the war
was re-staged with utter realism, in

MOVIE
GUIDE

ART THEATERS

UN 2-4252
VARSITY CINEMA
Livernois at McNichols
Academy Award Winner "TOPKAPI"
Daily 6:30, 10:25
"PHAEDRA"
DAILY 8:30 Only SUN. 4:30, 8:30
Students $1.

NEIGHBORHOOD

W. Warren at Miller Road
581-5040
DEARBORN'S FINEST THEATRE
A Nice Place to Go!
Exclusive! "ZORBA THE GREEK"
Winner of 3 Academy Awards incl.
best supporting actress Lila Kedrova.
FRI. open 6:15 shown 7:10, 9:50. -SAT.
open 1:00 shown 1:50, 4:30, 7:15, 10:00.
SUN. opens 1:00 shown 1:40, 4:20, 7:10,
9:50. WEEKDAYS open 6:15 shown 7:00,
9:45.

CAMELOT

Schaefer-Fort. Dearborn
PARK FREE
LU 2-1610
This Is the One They're All
Talking About!

CARMEN

FRI. Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs
Open 6:30, shown at 6:45, 9:25
SAT. MATINEE: Open 1:00,
Shown 1:20, over at 4:00
SAT. EVE. Open 6:45, shown
7:00, 9:40
SUN. Open 1:00, shown 1:20,
4:01, 6:40, 9:20

BERK LEY !THEATRE

12 .MI LE &–COOLIDGA
LI 2-0330

NOW

ROYAL

W. 7 MILE - MEYERS

- Exclusive
Area Showing

Shirley
is at it again
and it's
WILD WACKY
AND PERFECTLY
WONDERFUL

SHIRLEY MacLAINE
.PETER USTINOV
IRMO CRENNA

"MARY POPP I NS"

Julie Andrews, Dick VanDyke
MON. thru FRI. Open 4:00, shown 4:30,
7:00, 9:30. SAT. Open 8:30 a.m., Shown
9 & 11:30 a.m., 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30 p.m.
SUN. Open 11:00 a.m., Shown 11:30, 2:00,
4:30, 7:00, 9:30.

GREAT LAKES

14832 GRAND RIVER — VE 6-3643
EXCL. AREA SHOWING
"GOLDFINGER" Fri. & Wk. days Open
6:45, Shown 7:05, 11:00. SAT. Open 12:45,
Shown 2:55, 7:15, 11:10. SUN. Open
12:45, Shown 2:55, 6:55, 10:50.
"THE MAN FROM RIO" Fri & Wk.
days 9:05 Only. SAT. 1:05, 5:20, 9:15.
SUN. 1:05, 5:00, 8:55.

LA PARISIEN

Ford and Middle
GA 1- 0210 Belt

NOW SHOWING
"IT'S
A
MAD
MAD
MAD
MAD
WORLD"
OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1:00. OPEN MON.,
TUES., WED., THURS., PRI. 6:30.

MM KM

Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
John Ford's

"CHEYENNE AUTUMN"

Scope & Color with Richard Widmark,
Edw. G. Robinson, James Stewart, Carol
Baker plus all star supporting cast.
FRI. Open 5:00, Shown 5:25, 8:10, 10:45,
SAT. & SUN. Open 12:45, Shown 1:30,
4:30, 7:25, 10:20.

DOWNTOWN

ADAMS

Grand Circus Park
Open Daily & Sun. 11:00
WO 1-8525
Rock Hudson, Gina Lolobrigida
"STRANGE BEDFELLOWS"
Shown daily & SUN. 11:50, 2:00, 4:10,
6:15, 8:25, 10:30.
WED. Matinee Ladies Day 50c

At Grand Circus
Park, WO 1.3240
John Ford's

GRAND CIRCUS

"CHEYENNE AUTUMN"

Scope & Color with Richard Widmark,
Edw. G. Robinson, James Stewart, Carol
Baker plus all star supporting cast.
FRI. & SAT. 11:26, 2:19, 5:08, 7:59, 10:50.
SUN. & Wk. 11:05, 1:46, 4:27, 7:08, 9:49.
Wed., Ladies' Day Matinee till 5:00; 50c.

FOX • • •

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
ALL COLOR SHOW

Hurry! Final Week

$1.00 to 6 Except Sun.
Shows Daily at 6-8-10 p.m.
Sat. & Sun. 2:00-4:05.6:10, 8:15,
and 10:20 p.m.

IT'S BACK! With its blonde, its show-
er bath and its blood! Alfred Hitch-
cock's "PSYCHO". Don't miss it this
time. PLUS hilarious G.I.'s Wm. Hold-
en and Don Taylor in "STALAG 17".
Doors Open 10:45 a.m.
Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WO 1-7917

WED. LADIES DAY, 50c

Cinerama, Technicolor, with Henry
Fonda, Robert Shaw, Robert Ryan
and Dana Andrews portraying the
leading characters, and former
Prussian officers acting as techni-
cal advisors. In addition to more
than 700 soldiers, many of them
borrowed from the armed forces
of dictator Franco, the battle
scenes needed 52 manned Tiger
tanks, 10 half-tracks, aoo Mausers,
125 MI Garand rifles, 50 carbines,
20-sub-Thompsons, 12 Browning
machine guns, 25 grenade launch-
ers, assorted bazookas, and Colt
automatics.
The forthcoming picture of "The
Battle of the Bulge," written by
twice Academy - Award winner
Philip Yordan (of "Anna Lucasta"
fame), not only shows the slaugh-
ter of captured U.S. soldiers but
also the heroism of our trapped,
out-numbered G.I.'s who broke the
siege and helped to turn the tide
of war.
Richard Fleischer, who made
himself a name as director of
"Compulsion" and "Barabbas,"
now at 20th Century-Fox, is guid-
ing the $6,500,000 production of
"Fantastic Voyage," starring
Stephen Boyd, Arthur Kennedy,
Edmond O'Brien and Arthur O'Con-
nell. Fleischer told us that the
whole idea of his current picture,
produced by Saul David, is a voy-
age through the body and into the
bloodstream of a scientist whose
brain must be operated from with-
in in order to preserve the nuclear
secrets it contains. The director
feels that the most important thing
about the filming is not the
gimmick angle but the artistic con-
cept of the unique yarn, in which
a group of doctors within a tube-
shaped submarine have been tem-
porarily miniaturized to microbe
size in order that they and the tiny
vehicle can be injected into the
body of a patient.
Sam Spiegel (of "Lawrence of
Arabia"), who has been roaming
the wide world for the past 10
years, now is settling at Columbia
Studios in Hollywood for his per-
sonal production of "The Chase,"
a modern-day Texas-themed story,
based on Horton Foote's novel,
with a screen play by Lillian Hell-
man, and Arthur Penn directing.
Marlon Brando is set to co-star
with Jane Fonda in the color-
Panavision story to go before the
cameras later this month.
* C *
Martin Balsam, who won wide
critical recognition as the producer
in "The Carpetbaggers," has been
given a similar role of broader
scope in Joseph E. Levine's cur-
rent feature "Harlow," starring
Carrol Baker (Mrs. Jack Garfein)
as the platinum blonde beauty of
the 1930's. Balsam, who recently
returned from London, where he-
costarred with Widmark in "The
Bedford Incident," portrays now
the key role of Everett Redman,
the studio head signing Jean Har-
low to her first term contract as
a star.
* * *
Theodore Bikel has been signed
by Joseph E. Levine for a co-star-
ring role in "Sands of the Kala-
hari," now before the cameras on
location in Africa, with Cy End-
field directing from his own
screenplay, adapted from the novel
by William Mulvihill. Stuart Whit-.
man, meanwhile, has replaced
George Peppard; others in the
cast of the adventure yarn - are
Susannah York and Stanley Baker,
Enfield's star and production part-
ner from "Zulu."

Two Soviet Jews Among
21 Winners of Lenin Prizes
Awarded in Moscow
LONDON (JTA)—Two Russian
Jews, a violinist and a director,
were among the 21 winners of
Lenin Prizes announced by Tass,
official press agency, to mark
Lenin's birthday.
The violininist was Leonid Ko-
gan, the director was Yuri Zavad-
sky, who won an art award for his
direction of a play, "Masquerade."
The awards, each worth 10,000
rubles ($11,000), are given annual-
ly in art, literature and science as
the Communist equivalent of the
Nobel prizes.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

Liners and display classified ads accepted from re-
sponsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
noon Wednesday. For rates and information .. .

CALL VErmont 8-9364

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10—ROOMS FOR RENT

CLEAN ROOM. Jewish home. 24245
Coolidge, 543-4033.

GENTLEMAN. Room in widowers
home. 7 Mile - Wyoming. 'UN 4-5329,
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

ROOM for employed gentleman. Refer-
ences required. 864-1190.

NICE furnished room. Man or woman.
Kitchen privileges. TO 8-873.3.

ROOM for woman. Privileges. Close
to 7 Mile. 342-9518.

ALL PRIVILEGES. Good shopping and
transportation. DI 1-5349.

BEAUTIFULLY furnished room for
young man under 35. Widows home,
no children. Light kitchen privileges.
Saturday, Sunday and evenings. BR
3-1908.

ROOM for gentleman. Kitchen privi-
leges. 10345 Curtis. 341-5495.

WOMAN alone wishes working lady
to share home or sleeping quarters.
Near :transportation. Good references.
342-1823.

Friday April 30, 1965-33

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

FULLERTON 2740

Corner Location

3 and 4 room apts., rent drastically
reduced. Excellently maintained
building, all utilities included, 570
and up. Adults. See Manager on
premises.

3 rooms, newly decorated, well
maintained elevator building, in-
cluding heat, lights and gas. Near
transportation and shopping.

13725 DEXTER

SEE CARETAKER

3347 BOSTON-2, 3 and 5 rooms, fur-
nished and unfurnished, clean, quiet
building. All utilities. Reasonable. Park-
ing available. Adults. 894-1966.

AMBER FLATLETS,

Crooks Rd. at 13 1/4, R.O.
appeal to the cognitive
types of all professions.
549-4045 .

.

NICE furnished room. Near bus line.
Working woman. Call after 4, UN
1-5739 or 341-0116.

STUDENT or working gentleman. Call
mornings, UN 3-3678.

19320 Greenfield

LOVELY room for girl or woman.
Kosher kitchen privileges. 533-0529.

Just N. of Seven Mile Road

18243 FREPT AND. Nice room, for
gentleman. Privileges. DI 1-6891.

PLEASANT comfortable room for
woman. Kosher kitchen. Near Jewish
Center. DI 1-8166.

LOVELY ROOM for gentleman or
young lady. Good location. DI 1-8732.

NICE ROOM for woman. Kitchen privi-
leges. Transportation. 3414848.

ATTRACTIVE bedroom, cross ventila-
tion. Unlimited phone. Kosher kitch-
en. WE 3-3174.

LOVELY room for gentleman. Good
transportation. UN 4-2168, DI 1-3946.

FURNISHED room in nice home for
woman. Kosher kitchen privileges.
7 Mile Rd.-Meyers area. Good transpor-
tation. DI 1-5333, LI 2-5188.

OAK PARK. Room for rent. LI 5-2683.

LOVELY room for gentleman. Good
transportation. UN 2-7224, DI 1-3946.

11 — TO SHARE LIVING QUARTERS

WIDOW wishes woman with references
to live free for companionship with
another lady. WE 5-4314.

WILL SHARE Kosher home with mid-
dle-aged woman. Near 7 and Green-
field. 342-8717, EL 6-5553.

WILL exchange room for responsible
woman to live in and care for small
child of working mother. 837-9487.

MIDDLE-AGED - man to share flat. UN
1-8833. 17325 Washburn.

13 — FOR RENT APARTMENTS

2 ROOM apartment with stall shower,
separate entrance. (No kitchen) Call-
Friday or Sunday. 341-6606.

Georgetown
Apartments

THE DISCRIMINATING
CHOICE

You con choose either a one
or two-bedroom apartment.
Both units are exceptionally
spacious. Closet space is
abundant. All apartments
are sound conditioned and
air conditioned for your re-
laxed comfort. Kitchen ap-
pliances are by Westing-
house. Your view will be of
a beautifully landscaped
walled courtyard. Carpeted
throughout, including bed-
rooms, walking distance to
shopping.

GEORGETOWN APTS.
OFFERS COVERED
PARKING

And Immediate Occupancy

BR 3.3026

Model Hours: 1 p.m. to 7
p.m. Daily and Sunday.
Closed Thurs.

WE HAVE A REPUTATION FOR SELLING FIRST-RATE HOUSES
IN A FIRST-RATE WAY TO FIRST-RATE PEOPLE.

BY "FIRST-RATE HOUSES" WE MEAN clean, modern, well-kept
houses valued from $15,000 to $50,000, particularly those in the
$15,000 to $30,000 range.

BY "FIRST-RATE WAY" WE MEAN no signs, no "open house," no
surprise showings, no showings to "lookers" or "shoppers," no fall-
through deals, no incompetence, and an abundance of know-how.

BY "FIRST-RATE PEOPLE" WE MEAN professionals, semi profes-
sionals, businessmen and highly-paid skilled workers.

WE'VE PROBABLY SOLD THE HOME OF SOMEONE YOU
KNOW — SOMEONE WHO FOUND OUT, AS YOU WILL,
THAT IT'S A PROFITABLE PLEASURE TO
SELL THROUGH US.

S. R. HAYNES & CO.

TE 1.7250 (Office) or 933.8478 (Home)

*Principally me, Smith R. Haynes, and my charming and
glamorous wife, Edette L. Baynes. We spend more per
house on advertising than any other company in Detroit.
Our ads appear weekly in the Michigan Chronicle.

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