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March 04, 1966 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-04

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MOVIE
GUIDE

ADAMS

At Grand Circus
Park. WO 1-3240
Open Daily 10:45

GRAND CIRCUS

"OUR MAN FLINT"

Fri., Sat. 11:05, 2:20, 5:35, 8:50, 12:05
Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed., Thur., 12:35,
4:00, 7:20, 10:45

"RETURN OF MR. MOTO"

Grand Circus Park

WO 1-8525

Fri., Sat., 12:55, 4:10, 7:25, 10:40.
Wed., Thurs., 11:15,
Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed.
2:35, 5:55,
Wed. Ladies Day 50c till 6:00

WALT DISNEY'S

"UGLY DACHSHUND"

Dean Jones, Suzanne Pleshette
Sun.-Fri. 11:50, 1:57, 4:04, 6:11, 8:18, 10:25
SAT. ONLY—OPENS 9:00 A.M.
Shown 10:20, 12:30, 2:31, 5:32, 6:33, 8:34,
10:35.

Also —

"WINNIE THE POOH"

CANIEL01

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

"THE GREAT RACE"

Fri., Mon. Tues., Wed., Thur., open 6:15
shown 7:05, 10:00, Short subj. 6:45, 9:35
Sat. & Sun. open 1:00, shown 1:45, 4:40,
7:35, 10:30
*

MAI KAI

Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400

"THE GREAT RACE"

Fri. open 4:45, shown 5:05, 7:45, 10:20
Sat. open 12:45, shown 1:45, 4:40, 7:35,
10:50
Sun. open 12:30, shown 1:30, 4:20, 7:15,
10:10
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thur., open 6:15,
shown 1:05. 10:00
GREAT!
GREAT!
GREAT!
Dean Martin in "THE SILENCERS"
Stars Wed., March 8

Royal Oak—Main St. at
11 Mile Rd.
LI 2-0180

MAIN

Matt Helm shoots the works

Exclusive in Area

"THE PAWNBROKER

Dean Martin in "THE SILENCERS"
Starts Wed., March 8

FOX . . .



"The best picture

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494

of

the

IF

year"

Fri., Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs.
Shown 8:50 only. SAT. 7:10, 10:55
SUN. 5:00, 8:45
BEN GAZZARA IN

Held Over 2nd Big Week

One of tne most daring Love games
ever shown. A film by Teenagers
for adults.

"THE RAGE TO LIVE"

Fri., Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs.
Shown 7:00, 10:45. Sat. 5:30, 9:15

"A HOT SUMMER GAME"

Sun. 6:55, 10:40

James Whitmore in

"BLACK LIKE ME"

UN 2-4252

VARSITY CINEMA

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

Livernois at McNichols
"BANANA PEEL" 7:00, 10:17 SUN. 4:00,
7:15, 10:40
"OPEN CITY" 8:37 only Sun. 5:35, 8:50
Students $1

" THE OSCAR IS POWERFUL ADULT DRAMA .

ONE OF THE BEST PICTURES OF THE
NEW SEASON! CERTAIN TO BE
HEARD FROM AT NEXT

ACADEMY AWARDS!"

Al Weifschaf, News

JOSEPH [ [Di i';[ Pi eSeni8

THE

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Ei1E\ BOT.i1.1_,E SOMMER • MILTON BRE • ELEANOR PAR '(ER .JOSEP COTE
JIEtSTJO N- IONY BEN \ E-17 FJ DIE taMS aid ER \ EST BORG INE •

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NICE beautiful room. Employed lady.
UN 4-2873.

`The Wall' at Ellis Island

LARGE ROOM—private bath. Working
gentleman. 7 Mile-Greenfield area. VE
8-5171.

(An Editorial in the New York
Times, Feb. 26).
Of all the symbols to use in the
projected national shrine at Ellis
Island, a wall would seem to be
the least appropriate. Walls are
built to exclude, as Berlin's Wall
of Shame reminds us. Ellis Island
was America's gateway for six
decades; erecting "The Wall of
the Sixteen Million" is a poor way
to convey that idea, even if mil-
lions of names are inscribed on
the monument. To be sure, the
design looks more like a rheostat
cast in concrete than a wall. We
think both the design and the con-
cept could stand reconsideration.

IN

'Near the original sound track-and Tony Bennett sing SONG FROM THE OSCAR-both on Columbia Records.

MICH. MAN:

This generation's most outstanding duo piano team
In an all new fun filled, song filled musical fiesta

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

NEW YORK (JTA)—Film critics
hailed the opening at the Cameo
Theater here of "The Last Chap-
ter," a documentary film on the
life and culture of Polish Jewry
during the 1,000 years of its exist-
ence, which was culminated by the
Nazi mass murders of the Second
World War.
Sponsored by the American
Jewish Congress, the film, pro-
duced and directed by Benjamin
and Lawrence Rothman, and
written by S. L. Schneiderman,
depicts the history of Polish
Jewry from the Middle Ages
and the Renaissance through the
20th Century and the Nazi holo-
caust.
The material includes old pic-
tures of statues, paintings and
tapestries as well as films of hos-
pitals, schools, synagogues, mar-
kets and homes along with scenes
of people at work and play.
Also vividly described are the
contributions of Jewish scientists,
teachers, artists and writers in-
cluding Sholem Aleichem, I. L.
Peretz and Marc Chagall.

FERRANTE&TEICHER
•double play •

COLOR

Exclusive
DETROIT
Engagement

`Last Chapter' Movie
Praised by N.Y.'s Critics

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

NICE CLEAN room. Northwest section.

Close to shopping, transportation. UN
4-3151.

BEAUTIFUL. room for gentleman. 7
Mile-Schaefer. DI 1-6729.

ATTRACTIVE studio apartment — com-
pletely furnished. For man. Private en-
trance, tile shower and bath. T.V. Stans-
bury and 7 Mile. 342-1872.

X'.

.

:4 . :

AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR
RECORDING ARTISTS

MASONIC AUDITORIUM

MARCH 18 — 8:20 P.M.

Tickets: $4.50-3.50-2.50
On Sale at Masonic Temple Box
Office, Grinnell's & J. L. Hudson's

EXCLUSIVE AREA SHOWING
(Best Picture of the year)

ROOM for rent. Nice apt. Girl or
woman. All privileges. 345-4736, LI
7-0896.

NICE ROOM with kitchen privileges,
for woman. UN 4-0756.

BEAUTIFUL ROOM for employed wom-
an. Privileges. LI 2-2104, after 6. Oak
Park.

BEAUTIFUL and large room. Light
kitchen privileges. KE 5-1175.

HELENA

LIBBY

CHARLES K. FELDMAN

PRESENTS1HE

THE GIRLS:

GROUP'

JOANNA PETTET as Kay
MARY-ROBIN REDD as Pokey
JESSICA WALTER as Libby
KATHLEEN W1DDOES as Helena

CANDICE BERGEN as Lakby
JOAN HACKETt as Dottie
ELIZABETH HARTMAN as Priss
SHIRLEY KNIGHTiPoily

THE MEN:

THIS PICTURE IS
RECOMMENDED
FOR ADULTS

JAMES BRODERICK as D%Ridgeley HAL HOLBROOK as.Gus Leroy
RICHARD MULLIGAN as Dick Brown
JAMES CONGDON as Sloan
eitb ROBERT EIIHAROJ/ CARRIE NYE
LARRY HAGMAN as Harald

Directed by SIDNEY WHET Written for the screen and Produced by SIDNEY BOCHKAN
k nut I/ DIARY McCARTHY A Production of Famous Mists Productions and Famartists Productions, S.A.

COLOR by DellIXE

World Premiere

Now

AT THESE

SELECTED THEATRES:

Released tin

UNITED ARTISTS -,-

TERRACE •MERCURY

Plym. Rd. W. of fdlddlebelt

14.E 3.5400. GA 7-1200

Schaefer - 6 MIN
UN 2-8100

ROD STEIGER
"THE PAWNBROKER"

Shown 1:20, 5:00, 8:40.
Open FRI., SAT. EVE., MON.,
TUES., 6:45. SUN., 1:00.
"THE PAWNBROKER" Shown
FRI., MON., TUES., 8:45 only. SAT.
EVE., 7:10, 10:45. SUN., 1:20, 5:00,
8:40.
00•%.0."%a/01.001

AGENT 8 3/4

Comedy in Color with Dick Bogarte
Shown FRI., MON. TUES. 7:00, 10:35.
SAT. EVE., 9:10 only. SUN., 3:24,
7:00, 10:35.
.0""%.0"0.00 ■■ •••%

SAT., SPECIAL MATINEE

Opens 1:00. Starts 1:20, over 4:45.
All color program
"FIRST MEN ON THE MOON"
& "TARZAN'S 3 CHALLENGES"

BERKLEIY THEATRE
12 MILE, AT COOLIDGEI

LI 2-0330

16 x 75 ft. store. Near
Greenfield. Good location
for office space or tailor
shop or similar lines.

* * *

COOLIDGE MALL

OAK PARK PLAZA
SHOPPING CENTER. 9
MILE AND COOLIDGE.
Attractive 22 x 49 ft.
stores in this active shop-
ping center. Equipped for
gas heat and air-condi-
tioning.

LOVELY ROOM for employed lady. All
home privileges. Excellent transporta-
tion. Northwest area. UN 2-6793.

JO 6-8671

ATTRACTIVE ROOM for working
gentleman. Good transportation. DI
1-9314.
FURNISHED ROOM. Kitchen privileges.

Good shopping. LI 7-0997, VE 6-0359.

FURNISHED ROOM for business wom-
an. Kitchen privileges. Good transpor-
tation. Northwest section. UN 4-0734.
EMPLOYED WOMAN. Curtis-Wyoming

area. UN 1-1962.

ROOM for young man. Excellent trans-
portation. Reasonable. Privileges. Eve-

1 3-A—FOR SALE, APARTMENTS

APTS. FOR SALE

nings after 7, 863-4855.

NICE ROOM for lady. Kitchen privi-
leges. KE 8-1903.

10 - A — ROOMS WANTED

YOUNG MAN looking for 1 nicely fur-

10 Mi.-Greenfield

32 apts., 3 1/2 yrs. old, swimm.
pool. 1-2 bedrms. ea. nets $16,200
a yr.

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nished room with private bath in
pleasant and quiet surroundings. Call
537-6269.

35 apts., fully occupied, excellent
bldg. Nets $9,000 a yr. $20,000 dn.

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

44 apts., 6 yrs. old, 2 stories high ;
fully occupied with leases &
security. Nets $28,000 a year.

NEW LUXURY APT.

Southfield - Xway

HAMILTON - EUCILD AREA

$5,000 for equity. 12 units, 5-4
rooms, 7 gas units, 5 coal, fully
occupied, nets $3400 yr.

TELEGRAPH RD. - 55 UNITS

Plus Mgr's. Excellent bldg. 2 yrs.
old. Nets $30,400 a yr.

E. SIDE - 10 APTS.

1 & 2 BEDROOMS
1 1/2 BATHS

4 rooms ea., fully occupied. Nets
$3500 a yr. $6,000 dn.

Heat, hot water, G.E. stove, refrig.,
air cond., marble sills, insulated
windows, sep. kitchen, snack bars,
din. rm., carpeted, color cordinated.
$140 up. Adults only.

21 apts. 5-4. 3 rms. ea. Monthly
rentals. Excel!. bldg. Nets $6,000
yr.

4813 SEDGEMORE

N. of 14 Mi., W. of Crooks
or 11/2 mi. from Woodward

OPEN DAILY AND SUN. 1-5

LI 2 - 8404 UN 1 - 1616 EL 6 - 9026

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

POKEY

7 MILE RD. 15321

PRIVILEGES. Food optional Small fam-
ily. Good transportation. DI 1-2966.

Brand new Amber Flatlets featur-
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Commuters Apartments Royal Oak.
Near RR station and bus terminal.
$135-$145 per month for flatlet with
one sleeping chamber Mediterran-
ean or Scandinavian kitchen, heat,
appliances. Immediate or deferred
occupancy. For information Amber
Park Apartment Colony, 3807 Crooks
Road, Royal Oak, Michigan. First
ring 549-4045.

KAY

18-B—STORES FOR LEASE

VERY nice big bedroom. 542-6675.

AMBER FLATLETS tran-
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straints by obviating the
redundant and impinging
on absolute functionality.
3807 Crooks Rd. at 131/4,
R. 0. 549-4045.

,
,

Friday, March 4, 1966-33

DEXTER - WI LDEMERE

Royal Oak

plus Manager's. 1 yr. old.
Fully occupied. Parking facilities.
Nets $16,200 a yr.

27 apts.

West Side

30 apts. plus Caretaker's. Fully
occupied. Yrly. income $22,000;
nets $9,000 a yr. $13,000 dn. (See
or phone MR. BORSEN.)

Penn Really LI 8-1900

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• Swimming Pool
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