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August 05, 1966 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-05

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New Northland Theatre to Open This Month

Richard Sloan, with his brother
Eugene, owners of Suburban De-
troit Theaters, Inc., are opening
the Northland Theater, on Joseph
L. Hudson Dr., Northland Center.
It is a co-venture with Adolph and
Irving Goldberg of Community
Theaters.
An August opening date is
planned.
Eugene Sloan, whose specialty

HELD OVER
2nd BIG WEEK!

kept in a plush Pad
She played the Game and payed
the Price! '

in the operation of the rapidly
growing theater chain is the plan-
ning, design and supervision of con-
struction, said that the new theater
is calculated "to give people a
feeling of elegant living, but with a
certain- casual flair.
The 1,478-seat showplace is built
on flowing lines, so that from the
outside it appears to be designed
in curves to fit not only the con-
tours of the land on which it stands,
but also to enclose the audience it
will serve and the show it will
present.
The approach to the theater is
either from the John Lodge Ex-
pressway or from Joseph L. Hud-
son Dr. Cars will drive up under
protective canopies at the • en-
trance, discharge passengers, then
turn into the big parking lots on
either side of the theater.
The screen area has been de-
signed for any type of projection,
from conventional to wide-screen
to Cinerama. Sound will emanate
from fiVe major on-stage sources

-

...:::. .,-.:.., Columbia Pictures

Presents

JERRY LEWIS
JANET LEIGH

Z13111 A cnucH

-

Ca-UMBIA"

(A JERRY LEWIS PRODUCTION)

FRI., MON., TUES., Open 6:45, shown
7:00, 10:30. SAT. EVE., Open 7:00;
Shown 7:15, 10:45. SUNDAY, Open
:00; Shown 3:10, 6:40, 10:10.

Sat. Matinee
Same features. Open 1:00
Shown at 1:20. Over 4:50.

Plus Academy Award Winner
LEE MARVIN in

CAT
BALLOU

FRI., MON. TUES., 8:55
SAT. EVE., 9:10
SUN. 1:25, 5:00, 8:30

IBE RK ,L EY . 1111-10Arr RE

INFORMATION
WO 1-1917

12 141,141pi a_ 00'0 .L1',D.GEI

FREE PARKING

11101

. LI. 21-10330h -

and 16 ceiling speakers individ-
ually controlled.
The Northland is setting a policy
of exclusive long-run pictures, op-
ening with Alfred Hitchcock's "The
Torn Curtain," starring Paul New-
man and Julie Andrews.

2 Young Violinists
From Israel Study
at Meadow Brook

Two young Israeli violinists, on
scholarships from the America-
Israel Cultural Foundation, are
students of three great masters
soloing in the Meadow Brook
Music Festival at Oakland Uni-
versity.
Miriam Fried, 19, of Herzlia and
Pinchas Zuckerman of Holon are
in the Meadow Brook School of
Music's three-week master classes
conducted by pianist Eugene
Istomin, violinist Isaac Stern and
cellist Leonard Rose.

Stern, president of the America-
Israel Cultuial Foundation, heard
Miriam play in Israel, where she
attends the Music Academy in
Tel Aviv, and he recommended
her for the scholarship. She
came to the United States last
fall and is now studying at In-
diana University.

Pinchas played for both Stern
and Pablo Casals in Israel four
years ago, and soon afterward,
upon their high recommendation,
came to the United States for
study at the Juilliard School. He
lives with Mr. and Mrs. George
Istomin of New York, parents of
the pianist.
Last December, he appeared in
Detroit at a Music Study Club
concert. In New York, he has
played at a Town Hall concert for
UNICEF and in the Town Hall
summer park concert series.

Vito Volterra, a ninteenth cen-
tury Italian-Jewish physicist and
mathematician, was a pioneer in
the development of dirigible air-
craft.—(JTA)

ADAMS

"HOWLINGLY
FUNNY"

MOVIE
GUIDE

Grand Circus Park

WO 1-8525

OPEN 10:45 A.M.
WALT DISNEY Presents

" LT. ROBIN CRUSOE, U.S.N."

—Bosky Crowther. New York Timer

11:51, 2:45, 5:39, 8:23, 11:07.
Plus

Fri: ' 7:30 9:40
Sat: a:00 8:00 10:20'

"RUN APPALOOSA, RUN!"

FREE PARKING NEXT DOOR!

CAMELOT

W. Warren at Miller Road
581-5040
Air Cooled. by Refrigeration

"THE GLASS BOTTOM BOAT"

Doris Day, Rod Taylor
Fri., Mon., Tues.—Open 6:15 shown
6:45, 11:00; Sat., - Sun., Open, 1:00,
shown 1:30, 5:45, 10:
00.

"NORTH BY NORTHWEST"

COLOR BY

DELUAE•

"two" UNITED ARTISTS

STUDIO 3rd at the Boulevard
9:4 5
NEW CENTER Sat: 7 :30
5:45 8:10

Fri., Mon., Tues.-8:45 only. Sat.-Sun.,
3:30, 7:45.

FOX . . .

They Played The Game Their Way

"THE PLEASURE GIRLS"

10:30

FREE PARKING TR.4-0025

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494

Held Over 2nd Big Week

1st Lolita, Candy and Kitten NOW

"LOLLIPOP"

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

A truly adult love story!
.It is a beautiful film,
finely made!"

GRAND CIRCUS

—Judith Crist.

21if

N. Y. Herald Tribune

A

&twin Release

"BOY DID I GET THE WRONG NO."

Fri: 7:45 9:45
Sat: 7:00 9:00 11:00

STUI310-8

At Grand Circus
Park. WO 1-3240
Open Daily 10:45
(Air Cooled by Refrigeration)
Phyllis Diller, Bob Hope, Elke Sommer

12:45, 4:10, 7:35, 10:55

"WHO GOT THE ACTION"

ACRES OF FREE PARKING!

Greenfield north of &Mile 1,1 2.8827

"ONE OF THOSE
MYSTERY FILMS THAT
MAKES YOU IIIIAIRIVEL 1" •

SIMONE SIGNORET
YVES MONTANO The sialePinG ear

—Bosley Crowther, NCIV York Times

Fri: 8:00 10:00
Sat: 6:00 8:00 10:00

Studio NORTH

Dean Martin, Lana Turner
11:05, 2:30, 5:50, 9:10

MM KAI

Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
(Air Cooled by Refrigeration)
Phyllis Diller, Bob Hope, Elke Sommer

"BOY DID I GET THE WRONG NO."

CALL VErmont 8-9364

24—August 5, 1966

10—ROOMS FOR RENT

"THE SINGING NUN"

Matinees Wed. & Thurs. from 12 noon

continuous.

rionwinvasonnSifirawinorwirstriwnws,



FOR RENT APARTMENTS

NORTHWEST AREA

Deluxe 3-bedroom 2-bath apt. Ce
tral air-conditioning, basemen t;
built-in kitchen with dishwasher.
Available Sept. Inquire at office
Mon.-Fri. 9-5.

ROOM for employed woman. Kitchen
privileges. Wyoming-Curtis area. DI
1-5371; UN 4-5146.

INDIANA-CURTIS. Nice room for wom-
an. Privileges. UN 2-0869.

NICE room for gentleman. Privileges.
863-9041 .

OAK PARK. Working woman. Kitch-
en privileges. 546-6850.

NICE ROOM with kitchen privileges.
Woman only. Call between 4 and 9
p.m. UN 3-7824.

CLEAN comfortable room. Working
woman. Kitchen privileges. DI 1-1225.

ROOM in nice home for employed lady.
All privileges. 7 Mile - Meyers section.
341-6780.

NICE furnished room. Couple, gentle-
man, lady. 19484 Schaefer. 864-5326.

LOVELY room for lady. Good trans-
portation. 863-1828.

CLEAN FURNISHED room. Working
woman or student. UN 1-2691 after a.

PLEASANT ROOM. Woman. Kitchen
priviltges. Good transportation. KE 3-
9528, UN 4-5063.

9 MILE-COOLIDGE AREA. Single gentle-
man. LI 3-9521.

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

FURNISHED OR unfurnished room for
lady With kitchen privileges or share
home with working lady. 7 Mile-South-
field vicinity. 533-0994.

LARGE BEAUTIFUL room. 2 in family.
Sussex-Greenfield-Northland area. Work-
ing person. 342-9064.

LARGE CARPETED room for employed
man or student. Phone privileges. 863-
4835.

17150 MEYERS ROAD
ADULTS

NEW — LUXURIOS

Cranbrook East Apts.

Immediate Occupancy

2 BEDROOMS, 11/2 BATHS

Sep. kitchens, din. rm., air cond.,
walk-in closets, carpets, shades, •
color-co-ordinated, nr. Shopp., trans. .
$185 mo., inculdes heat, hot
water, stove & refrig. 11/2-yr. leases.
Open daily 2:30-6. Sat. and Sun. 1-6.
Adults only - no pets

4813 Sedgemoor, Royal Oak
1 1/2 Mies E. of Woodward

N. of 14 Mi., just W. of Crooks Rd.

LI 2 8404 or EL 6 9026 Eyes

-

10-A—ROOMS WANTED

WANTED

Room for male freshman (Wayne
State University) with Jewish family
residing immediate vicinity of col-
lege. Commencing Sept. 6, 1966.
Write Samuel Polinsky, 50 Court St.,
Brooklyn; N.Y. or call collect 212-
TR. 5-7331.

MIDDLE-AGED man — reliable, wants
furnished room or small efficiency.
Private bath and entrance preferred.
Write Box 777, The Jewish News,
17100 W. 7 Mile, Detroit, Mich. 48235.

11—TO SHARE LIVING
QUARTERS

$125 per month including all utilities
except electric. See Manager on
premises, Apt. 8.

25340 N. MONTMARTRE
1, blk. E. of Greenfield,
2 blks. N. of 10
1-2 bedroom apts. Available August
1. Air-conditioned, balcony, large
walk-in closets, swimming pool. Fin-
est location. Private parking. All
utilities except electric included.

OPEN DAILY

WILL share home with middle-aged
lady. References. UN 1-0600.

11-A—WANTED TO SHARE
LIVING QUARTERS

Male student from out of town
requires room with good family
or will shore with some. By end
of August. 8-10 Mile area.
WRITE BOX 775, The Jewish
News, 17100 West 7 Mile Rd.,
Detroit, Mich. 48235

MALE COLLEGE STUDENT
WISHING TO SHARE MODERN
APARTMENT WITH SOPHO-
MORE AND SENIOR. ONE

BLOCK FROM CAMPUS (UNI-
VERSITY OF MICHIGAN).
MA. 6-9382.

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

1 and 11/2 baths, colored appliances,
air-conditioned, large walk-in clos-
ets, completely carpeted. All utili-
ties except electricity included.
Finest location.
Open Daily

SEE MANAGER

DELUXE APT.

FOR RENT

2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, walk-in
closet, large living room, dinette
and kitchen, garbage disposal, dish-

washer, stove and refrigerator. New
wall-to-wall carpeting, central air-
conditioning. Swimming pool, priv-
ate porch and private basement.

5488729

13725 DEXTER

'Lovely 3-room apt. Reasonable
rent. Call caretaker. WE 3-7806.

13-k—FOR SALE, APARTMENTS

SHARE apartment with gentleman.
Coolidge-9. 547-8044.

ROOM-MATE wanted for female gradu-
ated student. Newly furnished 1 bed-
room apt. in Northland vicinity. Call
543-7822 evenings before 11 p.m.

-

15020 GREENFIELD
JUST S. OF FENKELL
Brand new deluxe 1 bedroom apt.
suites. Fully air-conditioned, clost to
shopping and trans. Off street parking.

ROOM FOR working lady. Kitchen privi-
leges. KE 8-1903, KE 7-2555.

BRIAR HOUSE APTS.

Royal Oak—Main St. at
11 Mile Rd.
LI 2-0180
Cooled by refrigeration
1st area run—Doris Day in

13

ROOM for employed lady. Near trans-
portation. LI 7-3035 before 9, after 6.

New 1-2-3 Bedroom Apts.

MAIN

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOVELY clean room. Young person.
No Saturday calls, 862-3359.

1:25, 5:10, 8:55

"A THOUSAND CLOWNS"

plus Debbie Reynolds in

U1-5168

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

Open 1:00 shown 3:20, 7:10, 10:55

"GLASS BOTTOM BOAT"

Woodward at 9464

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

14 APTS.

48 rooms, 14 baths, rented unfur-
nished $570 month—price $19,000—
terms. We do sell more properties
each month than any other firm in
Michigan: Let us sell yours.

ELSEA

VI 1-1400

13-E—WANTED—APARTMENTS

Wanted to sublease 2 bedrm. apt. in
KNOB OF THE WOODS
353-2405 or 444-4074

DETROIT Symphony violinist and wife
need furnished apartment. Northwest
area. .821-0898.

14—FOR RENT—FLATS AND
INCOMES

6-ROOM lower flat. Carpeting, garage.
Indiana-Marygrove. August 15 occu-
pancy. 398-8617 after 6 p.m.

5-ROOM upper. Heated, stove, refrig-
erator, Reasonable. UN 3-7572, DI
1-5077.

PRAIRIE-6 Mile. 5-room ,lower flat.
Heated, carpeting, drapes. Near shop-
ping, buses, synagogue. 862-4082.

UPPER-2 bedrooms, 2 baths, gas heat.
Stratford Road. UN 2-5607.

3-BEDROOM lower flat. Carpeting,
drapes, stove, refrigerator. Adults pre-
ferred. Sept. occupancy. UN 4-2965.

GORGEOUS 5 room upper. Heated.
Adults. Available Sept. 1, UN. 2-8198.

16—HOUSES FOR RENT

OAK PARK. 3 bedrooms-11/2 bath du-
14 Mile Road & Briarwood
plex. $175. LI 5-6264.
1 BIk. N. of 14 Mi.
noAK PARK. 2-bedroom furnished home
Between Coolidge & Crooks Rd. f r ent unt'l Ju •
8-0530

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