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November 22, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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36—Friday, Nov. 22, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ON

ID

OPEN 24 HOURS

Directorial Recognition for Dreyfuss, Spielberg

1111

Accustom yourself to com.,
plete any good work you
have undertaken.—Talmud

By HERBERT G. LUFT is a man of steel behind the Zanuck-Brown at Universal,
Spielberg currently is com-
(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.) • camera; yet very much at
pleting "Jaws" for the same r
ease
when
talking
to
the
Richard Dreyfuss; sporting
- team.
a beard he had grown for the press.
The director terms the ti-
With only one feature film,
part of Matt Hooper in the
tanic battle between men and
FOR PARTIES
"The
Sugarland
Express,"
motion pi c t u r e "Jaws,"
deadly sharks a struggle for
greeted us at Universal Stu- (starring Goldie Hawn), to survival and 'a comment on
dios after the location unit re- his credit, Steven Spielberg human strength and frailties.
18338 PLYMOUTH RD. (1 BIk.W. of Sobthfield)
turned from six months of emerges as one of the cin-
837-8940
production - in and around ema's most talented new di-
Martha's Vineyard Island five rectors. A native of Ohio, he
miles south of Cape Cod in moved with his folks to
• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
Massachusetts. He says that Phoenix, Ariz. in his early
COMPLETE CARRY-OUT MENU
he hasn't worn a beard since childhood. As a kid, he began
Also Featuring
the age of 11 when he making his own 8 mm films
made his bow as an actor in as a hobby; at high school in
THE AMERICAN
COCKTAILS BEING SERVED
a student production at the San Francisco, he changed to
16
mm
shorts
turning
out
West Side Jewish Commun-
ity Center in Los Angeles modest pictures with maxi-
Featuring Food Prepared Before You
portraying Theodor Herzl in mum budgets of $300.
cutaway and top hat with his - Having directed "The Su-
• Complete Dinners
Luncheons
Businessmen's

5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
face disguised by a forest of garland Express" for Messrs.
11 a.m: to 2 p.m.
black crepe.
MIDDLEBELT
427-3' —11
16825
Closed Mondays
Just South of 6 Mile
"American Grafitti" estab- `Tahara' Rules
lished Richard Dreyfuss as a By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
regular American boy to
(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)
which he added the capri-
Jewish tradition requires
cious character of "Duddy
Kravitz," who is both loved that the body of the deceased
and hated by the girls on the be purified in the ritual fash-
screen and by the audience ion by "Tahara" performed
IN THE ADVANCE BUILDING
by a select committee of re-
at large.
ligious
people.
23077
GREENFIELD,
Corner of t Mile Rd., Southfield
a
Steven Spielberg, at 26
There is a tradition that
year younger than Richard claims that when a body dies,
and. Operated by Ronnie Forman
Dreyfuss, is • the director of
the soul rises and beholds
"Jaws," the dol-
lar epic from the novel by the. countenance of the Al-
COMPLETE CATERING FROM 25 TO 125
,
• REUNIONS • STAGS
Peter Benchley (grandson of mighty. Coming into contact
• ANNIVERSARY PARTIES
?MATE CATERING AND11ANQUET FACILITIES
• SALES MEETINGS •SHOWERS
AFTER-THEATER
PARTIES
with
the
Almighty's
presence

BOWUNG BANQUETS

famed
humorist
Robert
• BAR MITZVA RECEPTIONS
• Dinners
• WEDDING RECEPTIONS
• Businessmen's Luncheons

• BAS MITZVA RECEPTIONS
Benchley), one of the most requires spiritual purification
which
is
accomplished
by
the
Mondays thru Saturdays
•Dancing
strenuous motion pictures
Cocktail+lour,
From 10. p.m.
ever produced, with exten- ritual preparation of the body
4 to 7 p.m.
sive shooting at sea, surging for burial.
Open Mon. thru Sat.
FurthermOre, death is com-
• After Theater
11:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.
tides, high surf, thick fog
Snacks
and strong northeast winds pared to being reborn into
that confronted the Universal another existence on a high-
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unit throughout and caused er plateau.
At 12 Mile, Just
Since birth occurred in the
Off U.S. 696
numerous delays and a seven-
figure budget increase. In medium of water—i.e. water
851-4094,,
spite of his youth, Spielberg used for the spiritual purifi-
cation. Also death brings one
Enjoy a truly great dining
up one step closer to the 'Di-
experience in the elegant
vine. Any advance step
has
been
added
to
our
menu
t
ow
ar
ds
divinity
requires
Chambertin Restaurant.
something new
spiritual purification.
Superior food, fine wines
Generally speaking, the
and cocktails served with flair
purification of the body in
in a continental setting.
preparation for burial signi-
Tuesday —
Entertainment
Jewish
belief
that
Includes:
fies the .
Saturday in The Tavern.
2 bagels, toasted or plain,
even the flesh and blood of
the individual is a sacred
Banquet-party rooms for up
generous portion of Nova
possession of God.
Scotia lox, delicious cream
to 300. Open everyday.
One is, therefore, required
:,---.
cheese, sliced tomatoes,
' •.-/;;..4t
to treat as a holy identity.
The Chambertin
...
Your host —
sliced onions and crisp
Generally, this displays the
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Gus Kokas
lettuce
dignity of the human being,
In front of the Holiday Inn .;;4:, 1
Restaurateur
$ 25
whose remains are treated
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2
with respect since they did
per person
serve to contain_ the soul
which is the image of the Al-
m ighty.
For those with a sweet tooth;
It is ,customary to cover
may we suggest that you taste
the body immediately after'
our superb pastries?
death and never expose it to
public view.
For one thing, exposing the
Cole
body to public view creates
a sense of embarrassment for
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the deceased's soul since
others would view him as a
successful party
helpless insignificant mass.
Furthermore, the Talmud
We can accommodate 20 to 200 in our
tells us (Mo'ed Katan 27:A)
lower level banquet room
that when the faces of bodies
THAT'S RIGHT, FOLKS. ANYTHING ON OUR
were once exposed the poor
Mary Ellen will be most
were much embarrassed be-
MENU CAN BE CARRIED OUT IN
delighted to assist you
cause their deceased usually
SPECIALIZED CONTAINERS!
showed signs of poverty and
malnutrition.
In death all should be con-
NOVEMBER SPECIAL
THE BEST LITTLE STEAK
sidered alike and thus the
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$350
body is immediately covered
Incl. Potatoes, Salad & Bread
and shielded from view.
Also, exposing the body to
WE ARE NOW_ OPEN TIL 2 A.M. FRI SAT.
view creates the impression
ALSO TIL MIDNIGHT, HON. THRU THURS.
that, one is looking at an in-
dividual simply as a collec-
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tion of material. An indivi-
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dual
should
never
be
con-
Between 12 Mile Road and 13 Mile Road
sidered as 'material sub-
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stance alone. Shielding the
(Opposite The New Sears Store)
body from. view, therefore,
still retains the idea that the
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person is yet to be regarded
FOR CARRY-OUTS & TRAYS
We'll take good care of you
as a personality with a soul.

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