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October 17, 1975 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-17

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34 October 17, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



THE SUSSEX HOITS1E

19701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen)

Open Mon.-Sat. from 1 1:30 a.m.

• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS

559 - 3377

• COMPLETE DINNERS

Fashion Show Every Wed.-Mandy's Boutique
Don Lessnau at the piano
Thurs, Fri. & Sat. Evening

BANQUET FACILITIES FOR UP TO 250

• WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS
• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

•■ •IIIIMM• •



■•••■•■

Most Chinese restaurants
offer only one style of cooking.
We specialize in three.

Mandarin-CantoneseSzechuen

New York Style Chinese.

BUFFET

# 0 7
TUES. AND THURS. 5-9


ALL YOU CAN EAT

PM

i trimore
55.80

W In)--Tues.s, Thurs.11 am-10 pm

Three Happy Hours:
Cocktails served for
HALF-PRICE on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday
from 4-7 pm

41563
WEST TEN
MILE
NOVI
349-9260

Amy

Fri. & Sat. 11 am-midnight
Sunday — noon to 10 pm
Luncheon — 11 am-3 pm
Closed Mondays.

Invite You For Fine

House
Specialties
include
Selected
Seafood,
Steaks,
Prime Rib and
Rack of Lamb

Dining, Cocktails & Dancing

Song Stylings By

LARRY PARKS

MON. THRU SAT.

Fitzgerald's `Tycoon' to Be Film

By HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Sam
Spiegel, who has not made a
picture since "Nicholas and
Alexandra" was shot in
England and Spain through-
out 1970 and 1971, has re-
turned to Hollywood for the
production of "The Last
Tycoon," filmization of the
F. Scott Fitzgerald novel of
the 1930s dealing with the
movie industry at that time.
The screen play for Spiegel's
epic has been written by
Harold Pinter. Elia Kazan
makes his come-back as the
director of the film.
Robert , de Niro, of
"Godfather Part II," is set to
portray the central charac-
ter of Monroe Stahr, a ficti-
tious production head with
some traits of the late Irving
Thalberg; Robert Mitchum
is the powerful studio exec-
utive, Pat Brady; Jack Ni-
cholson, a young screen
writer who fights for the
rights of his craft; and Don-
ald Pleasence, an English
novelist imported to Holly-
wood. Others in the cast are
Angelica Huston (daughter
of John), Tony Curtis, and
Jeanne Moreau, the latter
making her Hollywood de-
but.
Sydney Pollack who
guided the successful Bar-
bra Streisand film, "The
Way We Were," now pres-
ents to us "Three Days of
the Condor," with Robert
Redford as the central char-
acter, the epitome of the
naive young American, an
inept idealist who has
served the Central Intellig-
ence Agency in a minor po-
sition until hell broke loose
around him with the unex-
plainable murder of almost
a dozen people.

Sidney Lumet's current
picture, "Dog Day After-
noon" recounts the events

Photography Show
at Bank and Trust

23055 TELEGRAPH AT 9 MILE RD.

Rose and
Irving Guttman
Invite You
To See Why

TRY ROSES'S FAMOUS
PICKLED AND
GEFILTE ASH!

We Are #1

In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

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OUR FAMOUS SUPER
BREAKFAST SPECIAL

Tues. Thru Fri. 'til 11 a.m.
Sat. & Sun. 'til 10 a.m.
• ORANGE JUICE
• 2 EGGS (your choice
• ROLL OR TOAST
• TEA OR COFFEE

C

27165 GREENFIELD

1 Blk. N. of 11 Mile
Next to Great Scott Market

559-1380

BREAKFAST
LUNCH
DINNER
CARRY-OUT

'TRY ROSE'S DELICIOUS
OLD-FASHIONED
1 /2 lb.

HAMBURGER

$150

HOURS:

TUES., WED., THURS. & FRI.,
7 a.m.-11 p.m.
SATURDAY, 7 a.m.-1 a.m.
SUNDAY, 7 a.m.-10 p.m.

An exhibition of black
and white and color photo-
graphs which shows disa-
bled persons of all ages at
"work and play" has just
gone on display at the main
office of Detroit Bank and
Trust, 211 W. Fort St., cor-
ner of Washington Blvd.
Entitled "Project I," the
display features the win-
ners of a special photo-
graphic contest sponsored
by the Detroit Orthopedic
Clinic.
The display can be seen
through Oct. 31 during nor-
mal banking hours: Monday
through Thursday, 9:30 a.m.
until 3:30 p.m., and on Fri-
days from 9:30 a.m. until 6
p.m.

Camera Auction
at Center Sunday

of a factual bank robbery
by a couple of ineffective
amateurs which took place
in the branch office of the
Chase Manhattan Bank in
Brooklyn on the hot and
humid afternoon of Aug.
22, 1972, in broad daylight,
just a few minutes before
closing time.



NEW YORK — In Israel
recently, Housing Minister
Avraham Ofer pulled a
switch and officially con-
nected the new town of
Yamit to the national elec-
tricity grid.
Thus a dream that began
a year ago, of a town in the
dunes, became a reality.
Before planning the city,
the Jewish National Fund
was on the site to check out
the area.

CARRY OUT • DELIVERY • DINING ROOM

• Bar B 0 Ribs
• ,1UULIZSAILWMC
0
• Chicken
• Shrimp
• Sea Food Platter
Summer Hours: Mon-Thurs., 4 to 12 Mid.

• Pizza

• Spaghetti
• Ravioli
• Lasagna

Fri. S. Sat. 3 to 2 a.m. Sun. 3 to 12 Mid.

4033 W. 12 MILE f

Just E. of Greenfield

Al Pacino, who received
an Academy Award nomi-
nation portraying the title
role in Sidney Lumet's
"Serpico" as a real-life New
York City detective who
broke the chain of corrup-
tion in the police force now
appears as the rather dopey,
impetuous "Sonny" who
cannot win however hard he
may try. Martin Bregman
and Martin Elfand produced
the film in semi-documen-
tary fashion. Warner Bros.
is distributing.
Jan Kadar's stirring "The
Shop on Main Street" (star-
ring Ida Kaminska) will be
re-released throughout the
United States and Canada
by American Educational
Films, the original owner of
the film for the U.S. and the
balance of the North Ameri-
can continent.

JNF Helps Build
1st Town in Dunes

IL

PIZZERIA
RESTAURANT

Berkley

o .

PRI! ATE
ET
ET
VILILI TIES

BEER, WINE
AND
COCKTAILS

548-3650

TOPINKA'S

Tawdry Roust

NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

SUN. MORNING
BRUNCH
SMORGASBORD EVERY
MONDAY NIGHT

$

4'5

$795

OPEN FOR DINNER
MON. THRU SAT. 5 p.m.
SUNDAY, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

COCKTAILS AND WINES I

Reservations KE 1-9000
TELEGRAPH AT W. SEVEN MILE RD.

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4108 W. Maple Rd.
Blk. W. of Telegraph) 23,
626-4767

1 1 a.m. to 8 p.m. — 7 Days A Week .

FRESH
TURKEY

U.S.D.A. Choice

ROAST BEEF

sliced to order

PLUS
FULL MENU

39

The main problem was
SPECIALS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
the sand dunes that
COMPLETE DINNERS-
change with the slightest
*
DIFFERENT
DAILY $ 2
Coupons Not
wind, and as a result, an
Accepted For
ENTRE, POT. OR VEG.,
undulating land surface 42 INCLUDES:
Specials
ROLL & BUTTER, BEVERAGE
unsuitable for building or
planting.

41

Only after the JNF trac-
tors and heavy earth moving
machines finished and left
the area did the Ministry of
Housing men move in to
plan and put up housing.
The JNF Afforestation
Department also went into
action planting trees to an-
chor the sands. Over 350
dunams have already been
reclaimed for the more than
160 housing units in the dif-
ferent stages of completion.
JNF is planting acacia
and tamarisk trees in a
tight circle around the set-
tlement to stop the moving
sands. This winter over
200,000 saplings will be
planted around the settle-
ment and along the road
leading to it, adding to the
belt of trees.

Walk in Peace

The Greater Detroit Cam-
Be it thy will, 0 Lord My
era Club Council will hold a God, that thou walk me in
photographic equipment peace, direct my steps in
auction 12:30-4 p.m. Sunday peace, and support me in
at the main Jewish Commu- peace. Save me from the
nity Center.
hand of every foe, and every
Registration for equip- " ambush on my way.
Send a blessing on the
ment to be sold and preview-
ing Nv i 1 I begin at 11:30 a.m. works of my hands, and give
Ten percent of the proceeds me grace, favor, and corn-
will go to the Council.
passion in thine eyes, and in
For information, call the eyes of all who see me.
Stuart Magy, 559-6707.
— Talmud

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