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September 27, 1974 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-27

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MOVIE GUIDE

STRIKE OUT
Some men- f a tl because
they think they , have to
strangle the world to make Americana Complex 1, 2, 3, 4
Greenfield N. of 9 Mile 559-2730
it cough up.
4 THEATERS IN ONE BUILDING

Pro-Arab Propaganda Spreads
in German-Speaking Countries

tine Question — the Zionist
Colonization in Palestine," by
Fayez A. Sayegh, compares
"SUMMER OF '42" (PG)
Starring Jennifer O'Neill and
VIENNA (JTA)—The num- Semitic
the
European colonization of
propaganda,
t
h
e
Gary Grimes and Jerry Houser
ber of propaganda books ex- sources said.
Africa and Asia with the
Wed. MATINEES ALL
"CLASS OF '44" (PG)
ALMIGHTY BUCK
THEATERS-1 Show only
plaining the "historical, legal
The first volume, "The "Zionist colonization" of
Peter Fonda
at 1:15—$1
Brains may be better than
and political background of United Nations and the Pales- Palestine.
"EASY
RIDER"
(R)
Robert Redford as
Cloris Leachman-Timothy Bottoms the Middle East conflict from
wealth, but most folks seem
"JEREMIAH JOHNSON" (PG) "LAST PICTURE SHOW" (R) the A:ab point of view" have
to prefer the inferior article.
FINAL WEEK
increased considerably in
Winner of 7 Academy Awards
German-speaking countries
Robert Redford - Paul Newman
BERKLEY I2 Mile-Coolidge
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OPEN AFTER REMODELING
Classifieds Get Quick Results
"THE STING" (PG)
One Week Only—Open 7:15 Week- in recent months, Jewish
SAME NOSTALGIC ATMOSPHERE!
days. Robert Redford & Barbra sources reported here.
SAME GREAT MENU!
Streisand - in one of the best pic-
The
"Verlag
Fuer
Zeitges-
tures-of the year. "The Way We
OUR FAMOUS "BIG" TYME SANDWICHES
Were" (rated P/G at 7:25 & 9:30, schichtliche Dokumentation"
Sat. Matinee, one show only.
• CHARBURGERS • STEAK 8 EGGS
Open at 1:30. All seats 75c. War (publishing house for present-
of the Zombies & Cartoons over day political documentation)
• DELICATESSEN
at 3:15. Re-Open Sat. Evening at
DESSERT FANTASIES . . . ALSO CREAM
7:15. "The Way We Were" at 7:35 in Rastatt, West Germany,
& 9:40. Sunday, open at 1. "The has published a whole series
PASTRIES GALORE — BAKED FRESH
Way We Were" at 1:25, 3130, 5:35, of paperbacks under the title
DAILY IN OUR OWN BAKERY!
7:35 & 9:40.
Is Now Accepting Reservations
"Palestine Monographies."
4286 N. WOODWARD
FIRST THINGS FIRST
These publications, which
Between 13 & 14 Mile
For Group Showings and
Never put off until tomor- contain maps, statistical data
Benefit performances of
row the friend who is willing and -documentation give, at
first glance, the impression
to lend you money today.
LAST 2 DAYS — FRI. and SAT. 4144f
of historical studies, but in
reality they are crude -anti-
"The Mad Adventures

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