Marlene Dietrich received the
Medallion of Valor of the State of
Israel at the Salute to Israel Din-
ner arranged by Victor M. Carter,
the head of Republic Pictures, in
the Embassy Room of the Los An-
geles Hotel Ambassador in behalf
of the local Bonds Committee. She
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FRI., MON., TUES. Open 6:45
"The Nanny" 7:00, 10:10
SAT.EVE. Open 7:00
"Nanny" 7:30, 10:45
SUN. EVE. Open 5:15
"Nanny" 7:05, 10:20
With Ephraim Zimbalist
FRI., MON., TUES. 8:40 only.
SAT. EVE. 9:15. SUN. EVE. 5:30, 8:40
Sat., Sun. Special Matinee
Open 1:00. Starts 1:35 & 3:25
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is not only the first woman to be
so honored, but is also the first
German to receive such a decora- ADAMS Grand Circus Park
tion from Israel.
WO 1-8525 Box office open 12-9 p.m.
* * *
Days Sun.-Thurs. 11:15, 2:45, 6:20,
Lou Jacobi, the Canadian-born Wk.
9:55. Fri., Sat., 12:45, 4:15, 7:50, 11:25
actor, who told us that he started
out in show business by entertain-
Peter Sellers, Sophia Loren
ing at Bar Mitzvahs and Jewish
Fri., Sat., 11:15, 2:45, 6:20, 9:55
weddings in Toronto and London,
Wed. Ladies Day 50c till 5:00
now returns to comedy for a co-
starring role in Paramounts "The CAMELOT w. Warren at Miller Road
Last of the Secret Agents?," Marty
DEARBORN'S FINEST THEATRE
Allen-Steve Rossi's spoof on the
"THE LITTLE NUNS"
flood of James Bondish movies. Catherine
Fri., Mon., Tues. Open
Jacobi will play Papa Leo, propri- 6:15 "Little Spaak.
Nuns" 6:45, 10:35
Sat., Sun. Open 1:00
etor of a swinging French cafe for
"Little Nuns" 3:25, 7:15, 11:05
American tourists, something in
AND THE CROSS"
line with his performance in Billy "CONSTANTINE
In 'Scope and Color
Wilder's "Irma La Douce."
Cornell Wilde & Christine Kaufmann
Fri., Mon., Tues. 8:35
* * *
Sat., Sun. 1:25, 5:15, 9:05
Lewis M. Allen is producing
Starts Wed., Dec. 8th
"The Hill" and "Sandpiper"
"Farenheit 451," a science-fiction
movie from the novel by Ray
Bradbury, with French new-wave FOX • • • 2211 Woodward-WO 1-9494
director Francois Truffaut direct- Held Over 2nd Record4mashing
ing the new team of Julie Christie
(of "Darling" fame) and Viennese They murdered and got away with it.
Electrifying violence that shook the
thespian Oskar Werner who most world!
recently completed his assignment
"MURDER IN MISSISSIPPI"
in "The Spy Who Came In From
plus Lana Turner, John Gavin &
"IMITATION OF LIFE"
The only secret a woman can
keep is that of her age. - Amer.
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THERE ARE PLENTY of happy
Hollywood marriages, writes Sam
Dictor from Los Angeles, and most
of them take place in the movies
filmed there .. . which reminded
Sam of the much-married Holly-
wood lassie, who was described as
a good housekeeper . . . "with
every settlement she keeps the
IN HOLLYWOOD, says Sam, a
silver wedding anniversary means
the 25th husband . . . When you're
invited to a Hollywood party, the
invitations read, "Admit bearer
and one wife."
WHEN A HOLLYWOOD bride
walked into her new home, she
turned to her husband and said,
Jack, darling, this house looks
familiar. Are you sure we haven't
been married before?"
MARRIAGE IN HOLLYWOOD,
writes Sam, is sufficient grounds
SAM'S FAVORITE is about two
agents meeting on a Hollywood
street and one said, "Hey, what
are you so down in the mouth
for?" . . . His friend said, "It's
that new client of mine. How
would you like to represent a
client that sings like Crosby, wig-
gles like Presley, fights like John
Wayne and acts like Marlon Bran-
do?" . . . His friend said, "Are
you screwy? Why, you'll make a
million bucks with a guy like
that!" . . . and the other agent
said, "Guy nothing, ya dope, its a
* * *
GEORGE HAAR, chairman of
the child Welfare committee,
Knights of Pythias, Detroit Lodge'
55, has realized a life ambition.
He is selling money at a profit!
His committee originated a very
interesting and unusual President
John F. Kennedy Memorial Card,
featuring a Kennedy half dollar
and a Lincoln penny, with a list
of fascinating coincidental facts.
These are obtainable from any
member of the Knights of Pythias.
All profits are being used for the
many Pythian charitable endeavors
to aid underprivileged children.
IN LENINGRAD, an old man sat
on a park bench and dozed • . .
When he awoke he noticed two
uniformed policemen sitting on
each side of him . . . "My God!"
he mumbled. 'What did I dream?"
THEN THERE'S THE RUSSIAN
who was convicted of calling the
Minister of Culture a fool .. . He
got a 20-year sentence-five years
for slander and 15 for revealing a
THE STORY IS told of the
Communist who died and went to
Hell . . . Upon his arrival, he told
Satan, "Boy, am I happy to be in
heaven." "... But you're mistaken,"
the devil told him. "this isn't
heaven." . . . "That's what you
think," sighed the comrade. "I just
came from Siberia."
OVERHEARD . . . by portly gal
to spouse as they leave party . . .
"And I wish you'd stop referring
to me as a barrel of fun."
Waldnian's Hotel Spends
$125,010 on Renovation
MIAMI BEACH - Over $125,000
has been budgeted for the renova-
tion and refurbishing of Wald-
man's Hotel, according to Sam
Most of the improvements at
the kosher hotel were completed
by Thanksgiving Day. New pool
facilities, patio and dining room
Leonard Randall at the Piano Bar
18952 WOODWARD 1 BLK. SOUTH OF 7 MLE TO 9-9373 OPEN 7 DAYS
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 3, 1965-33