Wayne and Shuster to Play in Windsor
Detroiters will have the oppor-
tunity to share in the first national
tour since the Second World War
of Canada's masters of mirth:
Wayne and Shuster, whose popu-
larity is as great in the United
States as in Canada as a result of
their innumerable performances
with the Ed Sullivan Show.
The pair will play Cleary Audi-
torium in Windsor for one week,
opening Monday. The show, billed
as "An Evening with Wayne and
Shuster" will be presented by the
Windsor Rotary Club for the bene-
fit of its several community proj-
ects. It will come to Windsor direct
from an engagement at the famed
Indigent Israelis Seeking Aid From West Germany
Cause Much Chagrin to Government Officials
Place des Arts in Montreal, after
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Is- cently established between the two
an appearance at the Charlotte-
town for the centennial celebra- raeli government indicated its an- countries.
tion. After Windsor, the company noyance over the practice of some
Some Israelis who were stranded
will play its way across country persons holding Israeli passports
with no means of support in other
who have d r i f t e d, jobless, into European countries have sought
The production will be based up- Germany, where they demand re-
on the successful revue-extra- patriation to Israel. The issue was refuge in Germany and, in many
instances, have appealed to the
vaganza put together in Charlotte-
town for the Centennial celebra- taken up by the foreign ministry, German authorities on the basis
in consultation with other govern- of past crimes committed against
ment branches here, in an effort the Jews. Israeli officials in Ger-
to halt the practice.
many have reported that this ap-
It is a woman's business to get
The number of indigent Israelis proach has caused "much chagrin."
married as soon as possible, and a in West Germany has increased
The fickleness of the woman I
man's to keep unmarried as long considerably since Bonn abolished
the need for entry visas for those
as he can.—George Bernard Shaw, holding Israeli passports. as a re- love is only equalled by the in-
MELVY ERMAN, daughter of
fernal constancy of the women who
"Man and Superman."
sult of the diplomatic relations re- love me.—George Bernard Shaw.
Hilda and Jack Erman, traveled
through Europe for three weeks on
the $5 a day room and board plan
she had read about but never
thought could be done . . . But it
proved costly in another way .. .
After Spain, Portugal , Italy,
France and Switzerland, Melvy's
last stop was in London, England,
where she was robbed . . . Thief
pilfered her hotel room and took
all the gifts she had garnered, film
and even the camera . . . Scotland
Yard was called, but it seemed
just a matter-of-fact occurrence
to them, so all they could offer
were a few hefty yawns while look-
• Sunday Buffet 5-9 p.m.
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• Fine Wines
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in the hotel where Melvy stayed
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paintings she had gotten . . .
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"Guess they weren't cultured
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returned . . . Felt bad mostly for
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losing the gorgeous silk ties she
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use the word 'drool," says Melvy.
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ROSE ALTER, after much per-
suasion, was talked into making
her first airplane flight in order
to be on hand for the birth of her
first grandchild to son Harvey
and wife, Alice . .. When she ar-
rived in Denver, Rose wired hubby
Joe, who couldn't get away, "Have
arrived safely, but will walk back."
. . . (In her heart. Rose has al-
ways felt that the Wright brothers
* * *
SEEING SIGNS . . . by Sam
Dictor in Los Angeles . . . Pan-
handler wearing placard, "Last
three days in this block."
FOR FIVE DAYS, from every
nook and cranny of downtown De-
troit, Oak Park and Southfield,
wherever there's enough gals to
be placed, will soon come the wom-
en of New Life Chapter of the
American Medical Center in Den-
ver . . . It's their annual week of
"Tag Days," Sept. 8 to 12 . . . Las-
sies wanting to volunteer their
services may contact Rose Boren-
stein, LI 6-7596.
* * *
FRAN GLICKEN at Albert's in
Northland tells of a letter she re-
ceived from a former employe
friend now working at a day-care
center in Brooklyn . . . An alert,
gay-spirited little boy who had
only recently arrived in this coun-
try from Israel attached himself
to her with tenacity and what she
thought was love and admiration
. . • Fran says she soon found out,
however, that the child was more
curious than admiring, for he had
never seen a Negro before . . .
"He trailed me doggedly, touching
and 'inspecting' me at every oppor-
tunity. It was during one of these
inspections that this innocent four-
year-old happened upon a pro-
found truth—he touched his face,
then my chocolate-brown one, and
announced simply, 'That's just
Man does not live by words
alone, despite the fact that some-
times he has to eat them. — Adlai
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 3, 1965-33