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July 25, 1969 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-25

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New Stern College Bldg.
to Rise; $1 Million Gift

NEW YORK — Philanthropist
Max Stern announced a "surprise"
gift of $1,000,000 to Yeshiva Univ-
ersity's Stern College for Women
at ground-breaking ceremonies
last week for Stern College's new
$4,500,000 classroom building in
mid-town Manhattan.
The gift from Stern vice chair-
man of Yeshiva University's board
of trustees, brings to $5,000,000 the
total he has contributed to Stern
College since the school's estab-
lishment as the nation's first
undergraduate liberal arts and sci-
ences college for women under
Jewish auspices in 1954.
The new 11-story building, ac-
commodating 1,200 students, will
be built next to Stern College's
present facility on Lexington Ave-
nue between 34th and 35th Streets

(Copyright 1969, JTA Inc.)

Technion Provides Basis
for New Aircraft Industry

HAIFA — Israel's oldest univer-
sity, the Technion — Israel Insti-
tute of Technology, is today the
foundation for the nation's most
modern science-based industry.
Israel Aircraft Industries, the
nation's largest employer, has
built its success on the Technion's
skilled manpower and advanced
technology.
Technion graduate engineers,
comprising the total of IAI's domes-
tically trained professional per-
sonnel, are largely responsible for
development of the multi-purpose
"Arava" STOL aircraft, the first
aircraft totally designed, engineer-;
ed and produced in Israel.

Classified Ads Get Quick Results

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

after graduating, entered the Uni-
versity of Missouri where she mar-
HOLLYWOOD—Jerry Lewis will ried Jerry Crumplar, captain of the
star in, produce and direct the mo- football team, just four years ago.
tion picture, "Which Way to the After studying with Eric Morris, a
Front?" for Warner Bros. Seven disciple of Lee Strasberg on the
Arts. The yarn is a comedy about West Coast, Judy was discovered
a wealthy "young" man rejected by a talent scout at Universal.
5 5
by the Army in World War II who
decides to form his own unit of mis-
Kirk Douglas will be portrayed
fit comrades to combat the Third at the age of 18 by Jim Halferty in
Reich. Lewis, now in his mid-40s Elia Kazan's production of "The
and a grandfather, seems to go on Arrangement" for Warner Bros.
forever portraying youngsters on Seven Arts. Steve Bond will be
the screen and remain believable Douglas at the age of 10. Both
in parts of immature, overgrown young actors bear a certain resem-
boys.
blance to Douglas as did Alex Cord
The madcap script to the new who portrayed the film star's
anti-Nazi story was written by younger brother in Paramount's
Lester Colodny and Richard Bak- "The Brotherhood."
alyan. Filming is scheduled to
Kenneth Hyman. production head
begin this summer in Hollywood. of Warners, has commissioned
Lewis has finished work in "Hook, Bryan Forbes to write, produce
Line and Sinker" for Columbia and direct an epic motion picture
Pictures and opens headquarters at , entitled "Napoleon and Josephine,"
Warner Studios in Burbank next with Rod Steiger in mind for the
door to NBC where he has been role of the French emperor. The
taping his TV series for producer film will deal with the personal in-
Bob Finkel.
volvement of the historical charac-
• •
ters from romantic and history-
Judy Brown, the daughter of the making viewpoints.
• •
Mike Brownsteins of Beverly Hills,
has been signed to play the title
Sam Spiegel's "Nicholas and
role in "Ursula," a highly contro- Alexandra." dealing with the last
versial sex picture to be made by a czar of Russia, also has the focus
Swedish director in Copenhagen. on the intimate personal story of
Judy is under contract to Universal history-making characters. George
studios where she appeared in the Stevens, originally set to direct the
television series of "Ironside," epic for Spiegel, withdrew. Now,
"Adam-12," and on loan-out, as a Anthony Harvey, successful direc-
guest artist in "Gomer Pyle, tor of Joseph E. Levine's '!The
Lion in Winter," has also resigned
U.S.M.C."
Born within the shadows of Holly- the assignment for Spiegel's forth-
wood's studios and raised in Malibu coming production which has been
and Beverly Hills, she studied at delayed till fall.
* * *
Stephens College in Missouri and,
Howard Morris has been signed
to direct Joseph E. Levine's pres-
entation of "Don't Drink the Wa-
ter." Based on Woody Allen's
Broadway comedy about the trials
Birmingham—MI 4.3533 and tribulations of an American
Birmingham S. Woodward at Maple tourist family on holiday in an
The Franco Zeffirelli production of
Iron Curtain country, the picture
stars Jackie Gleason. It will be
produced by Charles H. Joffe from
a scenario by Marshall Brickman,
Harvey Bullack and Ray Allen.
Morris, a versatile comedian.
first gained fame as a performer
Shown Mon. thru Fri. at 7:00 and 9:35.
on the original Sid Caesar TV
Sat at 4:45, 7:25, 10:05
show. His most recent directorial
Sun. at 1:15, 3:50, 6:25, 9:00
efforts include the late Martin Mel- -
W•ward 2 blksi.o . 1562, cher's production of "With Six You
BLOOMFIELD
Get Egg Roll" (with Doris Day)
WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS
and the farcical comedy, "Who's
incl. BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR
Minding the Mint?"
"OLIVER" (G)
• • •
EVES. Mon thru Sat. 8 P.M.
Sydney Taller. who portrayed the
EVES. SUN. 7 P.M.
All seats reserved.
unpleasant. all-too-Jewish slanted
Matinees Wed. Sat. & Sun. at 2 p.m.
Box office open Wed. Sat. & Sun. 1-9 intruder in Harold Pinter's "The
Box office open
Birthday Party," has arrived in
Mon. Tues. Thur. Fri. 4-9
Manizales, Colombia. He will take
W llll ll lll l l ll
l llllll Road the role of Gutierrez, the hated
CAMELOT W.
security chief. in the Lewis Gilbert
Benjamin the Graduate had nothing
production of Harold Robbins'
on Danny the Draft-Dodger!
"The Adventurers," filming for
"THE GAY DECEIVERS" (R)
Paramount in the northern part of
Wk. Nights 6:15, 8:20, 10:30
the South American continent. The
SAT. 4:10, 6:15, 8:20, 10:30
SUN. 2:00, 4:10, 6:15, 8:20, 10:30
British character actor joins a big
international cast in the Joseph E.
Malan,
11180 M it e
MAIN, ROYAL OAK
Levine picture with Olivia de Havil-
240
The Best in Family Entertainment
land making a screen comeback
opposite Bekim Fehmiu, the Yugo-
"MY SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN"
slavian import.
Plus

By HERBERT G. LUFT

,

Liners and display classified ads accepted from
responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
2 p.m. Wednesday. For rates and information .. .

CALL VErmont 8-9364

DOWNTOWN,

Grand Circus Park

Free Parking after 5 p.m.
WO 14525
Sidney Pottier, Joanna Shimkus in

"THE LOST MAN"

. :35, 10:20
11:15, 2:55.,6
Plus

1:10, 4:50, 8:35

Wed. Ladies Day 75e

FOX

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494

HELD OVER I I
4TH BIG WK.
Stephen Boyd, Dionne Warwick,
Ossie Davis in

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Plus

"NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD"
EVERY WED. LADIES' DAY

LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For Schedule Information Call WO 1-7917

GRAND CIRCUS

T-31:17

31/2 hrs. free parking after 5:30 P.m.

Mao Tse-Tung, Gregory Peck

"THE CHAIRMAN"

12:30, 4:00, 7:20, 10:45

"1000 PLANE RAID"

11:00, 2:20, 5:45, 9:10

Wed. Ladies Day 75c

Bagley 9agr i t River

MICHIGAN

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"ONCE UPON A TIME in the WEST"

11:05, 2:55, 6:50, 10:40

"THE VIOLENT 4"

1:10, 5:00, 9:00

Wed. Ladies Day 75c

TELENEWS

At Regular Prices

"SPACE ODYSSEY 2001 A.D."

WED. LADIES DAY 75e

NEIGHBORHOOD!

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Mao Tse-Tung is the Chairman
Gregory Peck Is the Explosive

"THE CHAIRMAN"

WED., SAT., SUN. MATINEES 1:30, 3:45

Eve. 6:00, 8:20, 10:35
Week Nights 6:00, 8:20, 10:35

BERKLEY

12 Mite-Coorldge LI 2-0330
HELD OVER 2ND BIG WK.

"CAMELOT"

Rich'd Harris, Vanessa Redgrave
winner of 3 Academy Awards at
regular admission prices
FRI: MON. TUES. open 7:15 "Camelot"
at 8:00 only "Blue Danube" featurette
at 7:35 & 10:35

SAT. EVE. open 6:25 "Camelot" 6:40,
9:35 "Blue Danube" 9:15
SUN. open 1:00 "Camelot" 1:20, 4:00,
6:45, 9:30



SAT. CHILDREN'S MATINEE ALL
SEATS 50c open 1:00 starts 1:25 out
3:50. "TARZAN AND THE GREAT
RIVER" and
3 STOOGES COMEDIES
' AND KARTOONS"

ooerriv," t

rrymouth Rd.
at Farmington Rd.

GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
1st. Time at Popular Prices!

"FINNIANS RAINBOW"

WED., SAT., SUN. MATINEES 1:05, 3:30
Eve. 6:20, 9:10. Wk. Nights 6:20, 9:00

REDFORD

K E L 7.2560
71 .5;
5 r P ark
1st. Time at Popular

River

Prices!

"FINNIANS RAINBOW"

Wed., Sat., Sun. MATINEES at 2:30 only
Eves. open 7:15, shown 8:15 only
Week Nights open 7:15 shown 8:15 only

ROYAL OAK

Southfield

NICE ROOM for working woman. Kit-
chen privileges. Excellent transporta-
tion. DI 1-4390.

29135 Evergreen, N. 12 Mile

NICELY FURNISHED room for em-
ployed person. On Schaefer near 7
Mile. UN 4-1480.

315 WLIF;:i.u
2 iit l q, R.O.

Rowan and Martin

"THE MALTESE BIPPY"

Week Nights 8:05, Fri. 8:55
Sat. 2:25, 5:40, 9:00. Sun. 1:30, 4:45, 8:10
David Niven in

"THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS"

Week Nights 6:30, 9:40. Fri. 7:10, 10:30.
Sat. 12:45, 4:00,- 7:15,- 10:35. Sun, 3:00,
• ♦
-
" 6:20; 9:40.
• •• •
k • • 1. kiNi*

(small complex)
• Luxury 2 bedroom
• 2 full baths
• 1450 sq. ft. plus balconies
• Heated Pool & Cabana
• Full elec. "eat-in" kitchen
• Full formal Din. Rm.
• Garage w/overhead door
Carpeting
• Central Air Cond.



• WIN' BY IA,PPT. ONLY

GREENFIELD-10. Room for working
lady. Kitchen privileges. 546-5773, 356-
3552.

871-6103

PALMER PARK

10-E—ROOMS WANTED

NEAT RETIRED gentleman desires
sleeping must—must be 9 Mile-Coolidge
area. LI 8-6579.

11—TO SHARE LIVING QUARTERS

681 WHITMORE

Large 1 and 2 bedroom °port-
ments. Newly decorated. Adults
only.

SEE MANAGER

LADY WISHES to share her apartment
Nicely furnished, air-conditioned. Swim-
ming pool. 352-9275, call mornings.

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
NOW OPEN

1 1-A—WANTED TO SHARE
LIVING QUARTERS

LAKE HILLS APTS.

YOUNG WORKING girl wishes to share
apartment with same. Troy, Southfield
areas. KE 7-6889 after 6.

12—EXTERMINATORS

NEITHER SEEN NOR

HEARD

Insects and rodents

are the rule in apartments with

ERADICO

TO 5-7 9 00

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

NORTHGATE APARTMENT — 2 bed-
rooms, carpeting, draperies, air-condi-
tioned, all utilities. $175 per month.
Furnishings for sale, A-1 condition.
542-7089.

3 ROOM APARTMENT. fully carpeted,
drapes, stove and refrigerator, air-1
conditioned. Near synagogue. North-
west section. UN 4-2859.

2-3 bedrooms

WITH OWN PRIVATE
BEACH PLUS SWIMMING

POOL ON BEACH
BOATING—WATER SKIING
Also features:
2 full baths
Westinghouse appliances
individual heat and
central air conditioning
fireplace in some units
covered parking
large balconies
sound conditioning
From $300
Located: Telegraph Rd., N. of

Square Lake Rd., Bloomfield
Township near Holiday Inn.
Model Open 1 p.m.-7 p.m.

642-1114

KE 7-9300

BONNIE BROOK APTS.

TELEGRAPH AT

71/2

MILE RDS.

ONE & TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS

Carpeted and draped, stove and refrigerator, garbage disposal, alr
conditioning, swimming pool. All utilities except elec. 1 yr. lease.

From $160 per mo.

(Children under school age O.K.)

MANAGER KE 8 2530

-

(Closed Wednesday)

Stuart Whitman is the first Jew-
ish actor to make a film in Iran.
He is currently before the cameras
in Teheran, with German actors
Elke Sommer and Curt Jurgens,
in the adventure picture, "The
Heroes." It is directed by the
Romanian-born, American director,
Jean Negulesco, for the Persian
producers Mostafa and Morteza
Akavan who are Moslem but not
Arabs.

J

Immediate Occupancy Now Leasing

LIVONIA
WESTLAND

WOODCRE ST VILLA

APARTMENTS

Arabs, Jews Socialize
at Hebrew U. Event

JERUSALEM — Some 400 per-
sons from East and West Jeru-
salem gathered at the Sisters of
Zion Convent on Via Dolorosa in
the Old City of Jerusalem to at
tend a meeting with some 50
members of the "Bet Hagefen"
Arab-Jewish Cultural and Social
Center in Haifa. The evening was
sponsored by, the adult education
center
Hebrew University.

LaSALLE PLACE APTS.

ROOM IN nice home. 342-7177 or 864-
1622.

* • *

Daily Matinees continuous. Opens 12
Noon.

MAI KAI

ROOM for working gentleman or stu-
dent. Privileges. 341-5495.

ELDERLY MAN preferred. Kitchen
privileges. Near Evergreen and 7 Mile
Road. 255-3926.

"ROMEO

"HELLO DOWN THERE"

1540 Woodward—WO 1-0543

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

NORTH PARK TOWERS. 1 bedroom,
15th floor with balcony. 342-4488.

SCHAEFER-7. Employed lady. Privil-
eges. Transportation. Reasonable. 864-
3739.

JULIET" (M)

"THE DARK OF THE SUN"

10—ROOMS FOR RENT

ROOM—Working gentleman or student.
Oak Park. 399-3750 mornings or even-
ings.

ROOM FOR employed person. Newly
decorated. Transportation. 864-1190.

MOVI E GUIDE

ADAMS

Friday, July 25,1969-33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jerry Lewis in Anti-Nazi Film;
History-Making in Other Pictures







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1 & 2 Bedrooms

Drapes Included
Clubhouse with 2 Pools, Indoors and Outdoors, Complete
Health Facilities, Including Sauna

Fireplaces, Carpeting &

C ompletely equipped Hotpoint Kitchens. Patios or balconies, covered
p irking. Next door to Hudson's Westland. Rentals $195 to $245.
Open daily 12 to 8 P.M.

.

8381

WAYNE RD.

Between Warren and Joy, Just north of Westland

DEARBORN REAL ESTATE

261-8010



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