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September 05, 1975 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September S, 1975 43

New Motion Pictures Emphasize Politics

(Continued from Page 41)

from the service before writ-
ing the still uncompleted
book to be published by Si-
mon and Schuster. The
screenplay is being written
by Luther Davis, with Ar-
thur Hiller set to direct.

written by Donald S. San-
ford and directed by Jack
Smight, inserts an optimis-
tic note reiterating that the
United States remains
strongest in moments of ul-
timate danger to our na-

Samuel Z. Arkoff, exec-
utive producer of Krantz's
block-buster "Cooley
High," released by his
American-International,
also heads the British-
made production of
"Hennessy," an indict-
ment of violence and or-
ganized guerrilla war-fare
backgrounded against
bloody street riots in Bel-
fast of today.

force with heavy losses to
the attackers. Henry Fonda
is the American com-
mander, with Charlton Hes-
ton at his side; while To-
shiro Mifune represents the
best in the enemy camp.

Producer Saul David at
MGM takes us into the 23rd
Century with his picture,
"Logan's Run," currently
before the cameras. The
screenplay by David Zelag
Goodman is based on the

novel by William F. Nolan
and George Clayton John-
son, with Michael Anderson
directing a star-studded
cast headed by Michael
York, Jenny Agutter and
Peter Ustinov.

every new song
can be sung
to an old tune

Rod Steiger, alumnus of
Lee Strasberg's Actors Stu-
dio who rose to world recog-
nition in the cinema in Sam
Spiegel's "On the Water-
front" some 20 years ago,
renders a performance of
tragic impact as "Hen-
nessy," an Irish-brogued
simpleton on the surface
well-mannered, but burning
with the desire to blow up
the heads of the government
of Great Britain during the
opening of Parliament in
Westminster.
Walter Mirisch's forth-
coming production of
"Midway," for Universal
Studios is of a different
mold. The motion picture,

There is an old Yiddish proverb: "Tsu itlekhn nayem lid ken men tsupasn an altn nign."
It means "Every new song can be sung to an old tune." The Michigan Inn, for example,
your newest (and largest) hotel neighbor, is a new song but sung to the old tune of experi-
ence and gracious hospitality that you have come to expect from a Western International

Hotel. At the new Michigan Inn you will experience first hand the proud tradition of service
made famous by its 57 sister hotels throughout the world. Hotels like the Century Plaza in
Los Anteles, Hotel Bonaventure in Montreal, the Camino Real in Mexico City and the soon
to be magnificent Detroit Plaza Hotel in downtown Detroit's Renaissance Center. The Michi-
gan Inn intends to serve Southfield as it has never been served before! Your future weddings,
bar mitzvahs and business meetings are being planned right now by proven professionals
drawn from the hotels around the world that make up the Western international family. We
know you will like our new song, just as you have always liked our old tune, because at
Michigan Inn, as at all Western International Hotels, it is people who make the difference.
The entire staff of the Michigan Inn extends its heartiest greetings to the Jewish Community in
Michigan and around the world, joining each of you in welcoming the New Year with joy
and hope.

Area Businesses
Service Telethon

Several area businesses
donated food and services to
volunteers who worked on
The Jerry Lewis Telethon
for Muscular Dystrophy
this past weekend.
They include: the Shera-
ton-Southfield Hotel, Sam's
Fruit Market, New York Ba-
gel Baking Co., Mendelson
Egg Co., Topor's Pickles,
Glendale Foods, Fredericks
and Herrud, Wilno-Vienna
Products, K. Lefkofsky,
Raskin Foods and North-
gate Delicatessen.
Also Benny's Delicates-
sen, Stage Delicatessen,
Rosen Baking Co., Jewel
Bakery, Miami Bakery, Eli-
zabeth's Hungarian Pas-
tries, Davison Coney Island,
The Pizza Hut, Great Scott,
Gold Star Products, Mc-
Donald's, Red Barn, Amy
Joy Donuts, Dunkin Donuts
and the Raleigh House.
The national total for this
year's telethon was $18,-
868,499. The Detroit area to-
taled more than $1.1 million
in pledges, and the North-
land Center area totaled
more than $228,947. Last
year's telethon collected 101
percent of its pledges.

tional existence.
It was at Midway Island
that the Japanese suffered
their very first decisive de-
feat in June of 1942 when
U.S. naval and air units dis-
persed the enemy's naval

-11- HAPPY NMI YEAll

lannrult rmih

Interior Designers
to Have Auction

The American Society of
Interior Designers will hold
a flea market and auction 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday at its
headquarters, 517 Wood-
ward Hgts., Ferndale.
There is a charge, and
proceeds will go to Orches-
tra Hall. For information,
call the society, 626-7991, or
547-5303.

A NEW SONG:

16400 J. L. Hudson Drive, Southfield, Michigan
559-6500

AN OLD TUNE:

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