Livernois at McNichols
Doors open daily 6:30, Sat. & Sun. 4:45
"MONDO CANE" 7:00 & 10:30. "PUR-
PLE NOON" Daily 8:42 only, SAT. &
SUN. 5:05, 8:42.
Coming Next: "TOM JONES" &
Grand Circus Park
Open Daily & Sun. 11:00
Gregory Peck and Diane Baker in
"MIRAGE". No one seated duirng last
20 min.. 11:15, 1:30, 3:45, 6:05, 8:15,
WED. Matinee Ladies Day 50c
- i 3 r2 c 4 u0 s
■ t Grand
All in color
Anthony Quinn and Lila Kedrova
"A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA"
DAILY and SUNDAY — 11:15, 2:54,
"MARA OF THE WILDERNESS
DAILY and SUN. 1:19, 4:50, 8:37
FOX • • •
2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
Exposed: Shocking! Brutal!
"WHITE SLAVE GIRLS"
plus The fight to stay alive in the Big
"RIOT IN CELL BLOCK 11"
Doors Open 10:45 a.m.
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
14832 GRAND RIVER — VE 6-3643
Kim Novak in
"AMOROUS ADVENTURES of
FRI. & WEEK DAYS 9:10 only SAT. &
SUN. EVE. 6:40 & 10:55.
• • •
Geo. Maharis & Carol Baker in
FRI. & WEEK DAYS open 6:45 shown
7:05, 11:20. SAT. & SUN. EVE. Re-open
6:30 shown 9:00 only
SAT. & SUN. Spec. Jerry Lewis Mati-
nee "YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG"
& "ROCK-A-BY-BABY" open 12:45, out
Ford and Middle Belt
Plush Rocking Chair Seats!
Cooled by Refrigeration
Open FRI. 5:45, SAT. 2:45, SUN. 1:45
MON. thru THURS. 6:45
New Twin Double
Res. GA 1-7170
Wolverine Raceway at the
DETROIT RACE COURSE
Paul Broder to Operate
4 Area Movie Houses
SCHOOLCRAFT and MIDDLEBELT
Paul Broder of Nederlander
Enterprises has taken over opera-
tion of the Riviera, Great Lakes,
Carmen and Kramer theaters.
Broder Theaters has been or-
ganized to handle the movie
A financing specialist, Broder
said the theaters will be under
the supervision of his son, Jeffrey
C. Broder. Broder formerly oper-
ated 14 theaters in the metropoli-
tan area before entering the in-
Bette Davis & Olivia DeHaviland
FRI., MON., TUES. open 6:45 shown
SAT. EVE. open 6:45 shown 9:00
SUN. open 12:45 shown 2:50, 6:55,
"THE PLEASURE SEEKERS"
FRI. and daily 7:00, 10:55 SAT. 7:05,
11:05 SUN. 1:00, 5:00.
SAT. Spec. Kiddie Mat. 1:00 starts
1:20 out 4:20.
"MARY POPP INS"
Julie Andrews, Dick VanDyke
FRI. open 4:00, shown 4:37, 9:30. SAT.
SUN. open 1:30, shown 2:00,
4:30, 7:00, 9:30. Weekdays open 6:45,
shown 7:05, 9:25.
. Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
Cooled to Your Comfort
Open Daily 6:45, FRI. 5:00, SAT. &
"UP FROM THE BEACH" Cliff Rob-
ertson, Red Buttons.
FRI. 7:05, 10:15. SAT. 1:20, 4:30, 7:45,
10:55. SUN. 1:05, 4:18, 7:30, 10:44. DAILY
"SWINGING PARADISE Cliff Richards,
Walter ,Slezak. FRI. 5:40, 8:50, SAT.
2:55, 6:10, 9:20. SUN. 2:50, 6:05, 9:15.
Daily 8:30 only.
TONITE 8:30 P.M.
12 MILE & COOLIDGE
HELD OVER by Popular Demand
W. Warren at Miller Road
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
LBJ Names Judge Hill
to U.S. District Court
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Presi-
dent Lyndon B. Johnson has named
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge
Irving Hill, former president of the
Jewish Federation -C o u n c i l of
Greater Los Angeles and Jewish
Free Loan Association, as United
States District Court Judge for
Southern California. Judge Hill is
a member of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and W elf are
Funds, New York, and a resident
of Los Angeles since 1946. He was
born in Lincoln, Neb.
I NTER POII
•ir ■ KLEMM
IN THE BIG-HOUSE
CELL BLOCK 11"
E. of Woodward
Danger of Mapai
Split Stressed •
Rally Backs B-G
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The possi-
bility of a split inside the Mapai
Party between the majority favor-
ing Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
and the minority, lined up with
ex-Premier David Ben-Gurion, was
envisaged—but not predicted—by
former Minister of Agriculture
Moshe Dayan, an • adherent of the
Addressing a rally of 3,000
members of the Mapai minority in
a grove outside Natanya, Dayan
said: "This is not a meeting to
confirm a split. It is not a meet
ing to seek a split. But one should
not go around with eyes closed to
the possibility of a party split."
The meeting adopted a resolu-
tion against breaking with Mapai
but favoring a strong opposition to
the present leadership and seek-
ing to reinstate Ben-Gurion as
Ben-Gurion, addressing the meet-
ing, told the group that the pres-
ent political struggle is "concerned
with the disintegration of the
moral leadership of the nation.
Without this moral leadership,"
he declared, "our future would be
Continued negotiations be-
tween minority and majority
leaders within the Mapai Party,
including talks lasting several
hours between Eshkol and Day-
an, failed Tuesday to bring about
a solution of the broiling leader-
The minority faction continued
to demand that Ben-Gurion head
both the Mapai list for the forth-
coming parliamentary elections
and the next government. The
majority stands firm for an ar-
rangement under which Eshkol
will be premier and Ben-Gurion
would head the Mapai list.
The Mapai Center planned to
meet Thursday to conclude its dis-
discussion on the composition of
the Mapai-Ahdut Avodah joint
list. The decision was expected to
be that the center would agree
that Eshkol should be the next
Earlier in the negotiations aimed
at healing the rift between sup-
porters of Premier Eshkol and
former Premier Ben-Gurion, it was
reported that Eshkol was ready to
propose ministerial portfolios for
leaders of the minority Ben-Gurion
faction in the next cabinet.
These would include Dayan,
former Deputy Defense Minister
Shimon Peres and Mayor Abba
Consideration of such a proposal,
however, would have to await the
decision by the central committee
as to who will head the list and
who will be the Mapai candidate
for the premiership.
Antique Ceremonial Items
Shown at World's Fair
NEW YORK—A collection of an-
tique Jewish works of art and cere-
monial objects used during the
more than 300 years of Jewish set-
tlement in America, went on dis-
play this week at the educational
exhibition of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America at the World's Fair.
Included in the display are a
number of religious ceremonial
items brought over from Spain
which were specially designed for
the secret worship by Marranos
during the centuries following the
Spanish Inquisition when public
Jewish worship was forbidden.
Brandeis University announced
the appointment of distinguished
actor-director MORRIS CARNOV-
SKY to its theater arts depart-
ment faculty and simultaneously
disclosed plans to establish a
graduate program in theater arts.
Carnovsky will join the faculty
in September as adjunct professor
of theater arts and will annually
direct two professionally cast
plays in Brandeis' Nate B. and
Frances Spingold Theater Arts
Center, which will be dedicated
on June 11.
Liners and display classified ads accepted from re-
sponsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
noon Wednesday. For rates and information . . .
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Friday, June 4, 1965-33
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