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August 06, 1965 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-06

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Elliott Siegel Plays Le ad at Interlochen

Menasha Skulnik,
Shelley Winters
Due at Northland

After several successes that
marked the season's opening —
with Maurice Evans and Celeste
Holm adding to its triumphs —
Northland Playhouse has several
noteworthy events on its schedule.
The great Yiddish comedian
Menasha Skulnik is coming in
"Enter Laughing," starting Aug.
17.
Shelly Winters will be starred
in "Who's Afraid of Virginia
Woolf?" starting Sept. 7.
This week, the star is Sonny
Eliot, in "Ladies' Night in a Tur-
kish Bath."

INTERLOCHEN, Mi c h.—"Pirat es
of Penzance," the popular Gilbert
and Sullivan operetta, will open
tonight at the National Music
Camp. Performances by the 100-
voice high school operetta work-
shop will be held in Kresge Audi-
torium tonight and tomorrow.
Maynard Klein, director of choirs
at The University of Michigan and
head of the choral department at
the National Music Camp for 23
years, directed the first Gilbert
and Sullivan operettas presented
here.
A Michigan student, Elliott Sie-
gel, 17, of Detroit, plays the major
comic lead. Siegel, who plans a
career in the theater, has previous-

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high school operetta awards at
HAIFA — An all-Hebrew "Peter
Interlochen. He has been at NMC Pan" will be presented at the Mtn-
for the past five summers and last icipal Theater here by an American
year appeared as a soloist in director of Irish-American paren-
"Patience."
tage. He is Vincent J. Donehue,
a one-time student of the Chris-
`Singles-Only Go-Go Week'
tian Brothers Academy.
Planned at Tamarack Lodge
This may be Donehue's first
Tamarack Lodge, Greenfield musical production in Hebrew, but
Park, New York, will hold a "Sin- he's no stranger to the stage; he
gles Only Go Go Week" from Sun- directed the Broadway productions
day, Aug. 29, to Labor Day Mon- of "The Sound of Music" and
day, Sept. 6, owner-host Dave Lev- "Sunrise at Campobello-" The tele-
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vision spectacular of "Peter Pan"
It is the first time in Tama- also was directed by Donehue.
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extended its annual "Singles Only
"Who is a skilled physician? He
DESERVING OF MUCH recog-
Labor Day Weekend" beyond the who can prevent sickness."
nition, unsung group of the com-
three-day period.
—Sefer Hasidism munity doing wonderful work that
goes by unnoticed, is called the
Cooperative Council . . . made up
of 17 service organizations who
help the needy Jewish families of
Detroit , . • Cooperative Council
is a committee of the League of
Jewish Women that gives tempo-
rary assistance to folks in need
until they can get back on their
feet . . . Lydia Sanders, a vice
president of the League, is chair-
man, recently replacing Betty
Bean.
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CHOICE LIQUORS
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arian Dr. Henry Raskin . . . out-
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pital Zone—No Barking."
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in memory of the many Michigan
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* * *
• Luncheons • Dinners
PAST TEN YEARS, whenever
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Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge
BANQUETS AND PARTIES
the vicinity, he always comes into
Detroit for a get-together with lo-
Famous for American & Italian Food
• Steaks • Chops • Seafood
calite friends . . . Tony and wife
For Over 25 Years
Closed Mondays
June are part of "The Big 8" that
18300 Woodward
Free Parking
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includes Bernice and Joel Zacks,
Helen and Seymour Grundy and
Alice and Dick Pecora . . . Tony
is at the Ivanhoe Supper Club in
Detroit's Newest and Most Intimate
Buffalo, N.Y.
Italian-American Restaurant
* * *
APOLOGIES TO . . . Esther
7630 Woodward
874-2320
Bolton for leaving off the "h" in
(3 Blks. N. of Gd. Blvd.)
her name last week . . . Weather
Across the street from the Pallister Motel
turned out o.k. after a big ques-
YOUR HOSTS: Don Bosco, Tony Casas and John Guarisimo
tion mark, and the Knights of
Pythias, Detroit 55 Splash Party
at home of Esther and B. B. was
a fun-filled success.
* * *
STEAKS, CHOPS, lEiTi0.1 I
FOR A CHANGE, local weekly
bridge group took their cards to
3020 GRAND RIVER.
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the Town House Motel in Toledo
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
recently and laughed under the
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
hot sun whenn they heard it was
CHOP HOUSE
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
raining in Detroit . . . Ann and
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and Joe Weisman and Eve and Al
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OPEN 365 DAYS A YEAR
atives . „ . Rhoda and Phil Wechs-
Michigan's Most Fabulous
ler missed the fun so the club will
BUFFET DINNERS
plan a return engagement for a
Served Every Evening.
weekend before the summer is
Prices for Children and Adults.
over.
Special Sunday Menu,
* * *
12 Noon to 5 P.M.
FROM OUR VANTAGE point,
3230 PINE LAKE RD.
682-0600
a window booth in a restaurant
last week, we watched a woman
park her car and carefully lock
PANCAKE'S AND WAFFLES
it . . A few minutes later she
returned with some parcels . .
PANCAKE HOUSE
She set them down on the side-
Home Of The
walk, and after considerable
GOLDEN WONDER WAFFLE
• 42 Varieties of Pancakes •A
searching, pulled out the keys, un-
Featuring Parfait Flee—Key Lime,
Waffles
locked the door, picked up the
• 12 Delicious Varieties of Eggs & etc.
Omelets
6:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sun. thru Thurs.
packages and placed them on the
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
Fri. 'til 2:30 a.m. Sat. 'til 3:30 p.m.
seat . . . Then she climbed in and
3017 N. WOODWARD, Royal Oak
549-2900
drove sedately away . . . This
sounds perfectly normal • . ex-
cept for one thing that had us
SEA FOODS
splitting our sides laughing . . .
The car was a convertible with the
CLAM SHOP
TR 4 2870
top down!

LISTENING

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SALERNO

VANNELLI'S

VILLA
VENICE

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CARL'S

COUNTRY INN

GOLDEN GRIDDLE

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Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods

Musk by Muzak

2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, August 6, 1965

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