Felix Greene's 'China!' Now at Varsity Cinema
Varsity Cinema Theater, Liver- three times hi recent years. His
latest trip was for the purpose of
film documentary "China."
making a filmed report of the
Felix Greene, producer and writ- clay-to-day life of the Chinese
er of the documentary, first major people. His many thousands of
color feature filmed in Communist feet of color film represents the
China in this decade, was born in
most complete coverage of life in
England and educated at Cam-
bridge. Traveling on a British pass- Communist China available in the
port, Greene has been in China , West.
nois at 6 Mile, is showing a unique
At This Theatre
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TEEN- AGERS AND TELE-
PHONES are inseparable, as any
parent knows . . . The solution,
Marilyn Wachter decided, was to
have a second phone installed for
her daughter Andrea's excluSive
use . . . But one afternoon soon
after the phone was connected in
her room, Marilyn came home and
found her using the family phone
while hers stood idle . . . When
she asked why, Andrea said, "But,
mother, I may get an important
call, and I wouldn't want my
phone to be busy!"
• 42Varieties of Pancakes &
Leonard Randall at the Piano Bar
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AFTER A LONG drive down the
California coast, Al and Rhoda
Victor were resting in their motel
room at San Simeon . . . Al noted
a motel contraption attached to the
head of his bed . . . a sign on it
read, "Electric Massage. Insert 25
cents for 15 minutes of gentle vi-
bration of bed to relax you." .. .
Deciding that this was just what
he needed for a tired back, Al in-
serted a coin ... Nothing Happen-
ed . . . Just then a maid appeared
at the door with a box of candles,
explaining that the electricity had
gone off . . . In their hurry to
scrub up for dinner before dark,
the vibrating machine was forgot-
ten . .. They dined and went to
bed by candlelight . . . But about
2:30 a.m. Rhoda was awakened by
a loud yell from Al .. "Wake up!"
he was shouting. "Earthquake!"
. . . One glance at the bla zing
lights in the room and Al's quiver-
ing bed made it clear that, nine
hours late, he was getting his quar-
ter's worth of vibration.
* * *
HAL GORDON WON'T be play-
ing the Infants Service Group
"Cherub Ball" Feb. 27 at Latin
Quarter, as previously announced
. . . He's done lit every year and
the date was taken for granted
by everyone except Hal . . . No-
body informed him and so Hal
will play an engagement he's book-
ed for quite some time . . . Fred
Netting will do the Infants Service
Group affair instead . . . Fred has
a good solid band and a world of
experience to back up the top
notch performers that always go
to make up the wonderful Infants
Service Group dinner-dance and
YOU'VE HEARD THE expres-
sion, "Money to burn" . . . Well,
Audrey Saperstein can now sub-
stantiate its truth . . . The wife of
Vice Chancellor Herb Saperstein
mistakenly burned as trash some
checks received for recent Knights
of Pythias 55, Pythian Sisters 152
joint installation . . . Luckily,
though, all the checks were re-
placed . . . but Herb's face is still
as red as his hair!
* • *
WHEN ALICE ROSEN answer-
ed the telephone, a male voice
said, "Come on over." . . She
didn't reply . . . "Come on over.
We're waiting for you," he said
impatiently . . . Much annoyed,
Alice asked, "To whom do you
wish to speak?" . .. There was a
long pause, and then he said, "I'm
sorry, I've got the wrong number.
Nobody I know says 'whom'."
Siegfried Marcus, a 19th Cen-
tury Austrian-Jewish scientist, was
Home Of The
GOLDEN WONDER WAFFLE
Featuring Parfait nee—Key Lime,
6:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sun. thru Thurs.
3017 N. WOODWARD, Royal Oak
Fri. 'til 2:30 a.m. Sat. 'HI 3:30 p.m.
a pioneer in the development of
many fields of mechanics. He was
one of the early inventors of the
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 4, 1966-33