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October 08, 1965 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-08

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M VIE GUIDE

ART THEATERS

NEIGHBORHOOD

CAMELOT

W. Warren at Miller Road
581-5040
DEARBORN'S FINEST THEATRE
Rita Tushingham in

"The Knack and How to Get It"

UN 2.4252
VARSITY CINEMA
Livernois at McNichols—Air Cond.

"ONE POTATO, TWO POTATO"

7:10, 10:27, Sun. 3:55, 7:12, 10:29

"COOL WORLD"

8:42 Sun. 2:10, 5:27, 8:44 Students $1

Mon.-Fri. Open 6:30
"The Knack" 7:35, 9:35
Short Subj. 7:05, 9:05
Sat. Open 1:00 "The Knack"
2:15, 4:20, 6:20, 8:25, 10:25
Short Subj. 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:50, 9:50
Sun. Open 1:00 "The Knack"
1:55, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00, 10:05
Shorts 1:25, 3:25, 5:25, 7:30, 9:30

DOWNTOWN

At Grand Circus

GRAND CIRCUS Park, WO 1-3240

Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin,
Deborah Kerr, Trini Lopez

"MARRIAGE ON THE ROCKS"

MAI KM

in scope & color Fri. Sat.
11:38, 1:55, 4:12, 6:29, 8:46, 11:03
Sun. thru Thur.
11:10, 1:25, 3:40, 5:55, 8:10, 10:25
Wed. Ladies' Matinee 50c

Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
Cooled to Your Comfort
Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin,
Deborah Kerr

"MARRIAGE ON THE ROCKS"

Open Daily 5:45. Sat. & Sun. 12:45

r

WOW =ION WPM NNW MIRIPPI MINN IMMO

Mai-Kai presents

I FALL FESTIVAL OF ART

I

Featuring 42 Outstanding
Artists 'till Oct. 10th
Be Sure to See It!

I
1

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NM= UMW IOW Mi.

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M MIME AT R E a.‘

ROYAL OAK, MICH.
11 Mile Rd. and Main St.
— — — — — — -

LI 2-01 80

EXCLUSIVE

SHOWING

20 , WINNER OF 3
`.7-,- ACADEMY AWARDS!

ANTHONY QUINN
ALAN BATES
IRENE PAPAS

"ZORBA
THE GREEK"

LILA KEDROVA

AN INTERNATIONAL CLASSICS RELEASE

and

Sophia Loren in

Marriage Italian Style

Monday thru Friday

-)

FOX

■ • ■ 2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494

2nd Smash Week
"THE SECRET OF MY SUCCESS"

Or how three beautiful girls love for
fun — and murder for profit! With
Shirley Jones, Stella Stevens, Honor
Blackman (Miss Pussy Galore of Gold-
finger" fame)
Plus

"Revenge of The Gladiators"

All Color Show
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For schedule information call
WO 1-7917
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c

SS Jerusalem Chosen
as Hotel in Israel for
13-Day Passover Cruise

MICHAELCACOYANNIS
PRODUCTION

(

ADAMS Grand Circus Park
WO 1-8525 Box office open 12-9 p.m.
Reserved seats only
"THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN
THEIR FLYING MACHINES
Or How I Flew From London To Paris
In 25 Hours And 11 Minutes"
Matinees Daily at 2 p.m.—Evenings,
Sun. at 7:30 p.m.—Mon. thru Thurs. at
8 p.m.—Fri. and Sat. at 8:30 p.m.—Tic-
kets Now at Box Office—Also by Mail
or at All Sears Stores and at Hudson's
Downtown, Northland and Eastland!

"Marriage Italian Style"
6:50-11:00
"Zorba The Greek"
8:40 Only-

Saturday

"Marriage Italian Style"
5:10-9:20
"Zorba The Greek"
6:50-11:00

Sunday

"Zorba The Greek"
4:45-9:00
"Marriage Italian Style"

The Zim Lines popular cruise
ship, Jerusalem, will make a 13-
Day Passover cruise on the Medi-
terranean next April during which
she will serve as a hotel for her
passengers for five days and four
nights in Israel, it was announced
by Alfred Z. Kis, vice president
for passenger traffic of the Zim
Lines.
The cruise will include tradi-
tional seder services aboard ship
while at sea. Optional sight-seeing
excursions will be available in
Israel and at other ports of call
at moderate prices, Kis said.
The cruise begins at Marseilles
April 3 and ends there on April
16. In addition to Haifa, the Jeru-
salem will call at Piraeus, port of
Athens, for a 10 hour visit and at
Palermo, Sicily where passengers
will also have 10 hours for sight-
seeing ashore.

SAT., OCT. 16 — 8:20 P.M.

MASONIC AUDITORIUM

MENUHIN

and Fou Tsiong

TICKETS: $4.50 - $3.50 - $2.50 at
Grinnell's (Downtown) and Masonic Temple

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SINE have its

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some Jul

OSU Hillel Head
Will Be Council
Assembly Speaker

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

At the delegate assembly of the
Jewish Community Council next
Thursday, 8:15 p.m., at the Jew-
ish Center, Rabbi Harry Kaplan,
director of the
Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at
Ohio State Uni-
versity, will ex-
amine the ques-
tion of whether
there is evidence
to support grow-
ing fears that
Jewish youth in
America, and
particularly on
the campus, is
being lost to
Judaism and our
Jewish commu-
nity. Plans for the
Rabbi Kaplan program portion
of the meeting were announced
by Sidney M. Shevitz and • Mrs.
Samuel Linden, chairman and co-
chairman respectively of the plan-
ning committee.
Entitled "Our Youth on Campus
The Vanishing Jew?," Rabbi
Kaplan's address will relate to the
increasing concern expressed over
the so-called "alienation" of Jew
ish college youth.
The program portion of the meet-
ing- will be preceded by a report
to the delegates on current Council
activities including a report by Dr.
Samuel Krohn, council president,
on his participation in the recent
Eternal Light Vigil on behalf of
Soviet Jewry.
Rabbi Kaplan has been associated
with Jewish student activities at
colleges in the East and Midwest
for over thirty years. In addition
to serving as Hillel Director at
Ohio State, he is also Midwest
Regional Director for the Hillel
Foundation and a member of the
National Hillel Cabinet. A graduate
of the Jewish Institute of Religion
and the University of Minnesota,
he served as president of the Jew-
ish Teachers' Association of the
New England Liberal Schools and
is one of the founders of the
Columbus Town Meeting.
Hostesses at a social hour follow-
ing the Assembly will be members
of Youth Education League,
Mesdames Milton Hubert, Nathan
Kantor, Jules Sanders, Frank Schef-
mand Joseph Sklar.

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

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

NICE furnished room. Northwest sec-
tion. UN 4-7452.

ROSELAWN, 17530. Upper flat, gas heat,
3 bedrooms, stove, refrig., front, back
porches. Adults. $135. UN 1-4116.

LOVELY room for rent for young work-
ing woman in a real nice quiet home.
Telephone privileges. DI 1-8439.

BEAUTIFULLY furnished room. Adults.
BR 3-1908 or KE 8-2481.

REFINED LADY — for furnished room
in beautiful apartment. Kitchen priv-
ileges, telephone and T.V. At 6 Mile
and Meyers. Convenient to Jewish Cen-
ter and bus transportation. UN 2-0529.

FURNISHED room for girl or employed
lady. All home privileges. Near Jewish
Community Center. DI 1-0510, after 9:30
evenings.

NICE ROOM. Home privileges. Refer-
ences. Tracey-Schaefer. UN 4-1979.

ILENE near 7 Mile. For rent — Bedroom
and studio. Second floor. To refined
person. References. UN 4-1326.

Rita

Tushingham

-

WORKING widow will share home with
same or will rent room. Reasonable.
Northwest section. UN 3-2068.

LADY WISHES to share nicely furn-
ished apartment at 21815 Coolidge, Oak
Park. Prefer teacher or advanced col-
lege student.

YOUNG teacher desires working girl to
share furnished apartment. LI 3-0716.

Congressman Hails
Maxwell Silver's
Poem Lauding LBJ

Dr. Maxwell Silver, brother of
the late Dr. Abba Hillel Silver,
himself a former rabbi, author of
several books, banker and lec-
turer, wrote a lengthy poem,
"America, of Thee I Sing—Dedi-
cated to Lyndon Baines Johnson."
Taking note of it and inserting
it in the Congressional Record,
Congressman James G. Fulton of
Pennsylvania praised the author.
In the introductory remarks in-
serting the poem and reviewing
Dr. Silver's career, Rep. Fulton
called attention to the fact that
his son, Rabbi Harold Silver, is
spiritual leader of Temple Eman-
uel in Mount Lebanon, Pa.

No man can serve two masters.
—Amer. proverb.

...ard haw k get It

EXTRA: Robert &aye's "IMAGE"

STUDIO-8

ereenileld at 8-Mlle • LI 2-8827 W.

CAMELOT

Warren at Miller Rd. • 581-50401

14—FOR RENT—FLATS AND
INCOMES

NORTHWEST. Upper 5. Adults. No pets.
$110. Share heat. Security deposit. Must
take care like own. 869-0756.

AIR-CONDITIONED flat. 3 bedrooms,
den. 18000 Northlawn. Adults.

16-A—WANTED TO RENT—
HOUSES

WANTED — Clean 3 bedroom house
with family room. In Oak Park or
Southfield. Preferably near Elem.
school. Mr. Berman. 341-3300, 883-1970.

17—HOUSES FOR SALE

FORRER 19148

11—TO SHARE LIVING
QUARTERS

WE NEED LISTINGS,
AND BADLY

Starring

Friday, October 8, 1965-25

With one exception, the property
of every person who listed with
us after responding to this ad was
sold by us. The exception is still
listed and should sell soon. If
you want your home sold, don't
hesitate, call us immediately—
even if you don't have a house
or apartment to move to. We
solve problems like that in our
sleep. Try us and see!

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

Prudence behooves that
cognoscenti evaluate AM-
BER FLATLETS. 3 8 0 7
Crooks Rd. at 13 1/4, R. 0.
549-4045.

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

Shown by Appt. Only
Delightful face brick bung. on 55'
scenic lot. 3 bedrms., & den, 3
baths, spacious liv.-dining area, nat.
firepl., fabulous rec. rm. & bar, 2 1/2-
car garage, sprink. sys. All extras
incl. at $18,500. Nr. trans., schools,
shops & syn. EVE SHERMAN, LI
4-3653 or VE 8-0077.

WARREN SEELYE

20221 STOUT

OPEN SUN. 2-5

Evergreen-8 Mile area—Charming 3-
bedroom brick ranch, ideally locat-
ed near park and schools. New car-
peting and drapes, stove and refrig.
Partitioned basement. 1 1/2-car ga-
rage. Offered at $18,900. DI 2-8383.

SHELDON ROSS REAL ESTATE

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

SHERWOOD HEIGHTS APARTMENTS

(Not a project development) — but the ultimate in Deluxe

comfort and gracious living, for those who want something
EXTRA, at no extra cost.

Two-bedroom apartments (some
and stall shower).

with 2 baths

• Air conditioned
• Large Rooms
• Individual apt. heat control
• Large walk-in closets
• Swimming Pool
• All electric kitchen
plus many other features

Rentals Now Available

Phone 864-8207

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. Haynes. 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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