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March 17, 1967 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 17, 1967-47

Global Tours Starts Program With El Al Line

NEW YORK — The inauguration
of an extensive motorcoach tour
program in conjunction with El Al
Israel Airlines has been announced
by Global Tours Inc. in New York.
Featured are Israel. Israel/Europe
and Europe-only itineraries.
Global Tours Inc. is the U. S.
arm of Global of London Ltd. Sir
Isaac Wolfson, British financier
and philanthropist, is board chair-
man of the international travel or-
ganization.
In outlining the new tour offer-
ings, Harold L. Seligman, presi-
dent of Global Tours-New York,
placed particular emphasis on
the Israeli phase of the operation
since Global's European motor-
coach holidays are already well
known to Americans traveling
abroad.

He noted that Global now main-
tains three fully staffed offices in
Israel in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jeru-
salem.
Further details and a set of bro-
chures may be obtained from local
travel agents, El Al offices, or by
writing to Israel/Europe Dept.,
Global Tours Inc., 230 Park Ave.,
New York, New York 10017.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

Plan Gershwin Film
Michael Callan is negotiating to
co-star with Bridgitte Bardot in a
film musical of George Gershwin's
"Rendezvous," which Gene Kelly-
plans to produce with Ira Gersh-
win as his collaborator. The proj-
ected screen musical will include
at least 10 of the approximately
75 unpublished tunes left by George
Gershwin at his death in 1937.

INTERESTING RADIO SHOW
recently over WDTM - FM was
hosted by Henry Baskin, who has
been receiving accolades for his
former radio shows on Civil Rights,
such as "Eye Witness Mississippi".
Henry's recent show was an in
depth discussion of the Synonon
group in Detroit ... Synonon is the
organization founded in California
that treats narcotic addicts in
much the same manner as Alco-
holics Anonymous The group
Royal Oak—Main St. at
Grand Circus Park
ADAMS
has opened a Detroit office as an
MAIN
11 Mile Rd.
WO 1-8525
OPEN 11:00 A.M.
LI 2-0180
intake center for Detroit addicts ...
It's the 1st Motion Picture of It's Kind
Rock Hudson, Geo. Peppard
Henry is also appearing as a regu-
It Won't Be the Last
What they did that day tvill be re-
Clint Eastwood in
lar guest panelist at 7 a.m. on the
membered for all time.
WXYZ-TV morning show with Bob
"FISTFUL OF DOLLARS"
"TOBRUK"
and
Hynz and Ken Thomas.
SUN. THRU THUR.: 11:33, 1:41, 3:49, Charlton Heston and Laurence Olivier
* S *
6:02, 8:15, 10:28. FRI. AND SAT.: 11:33,
"KHARTOUN"
1:48, 4:03, 6:18, 8:33, 10:48.
AT RECENT GARDEN Show,
Lila and Mack Rubin were all ears
At Grand Circus
at Miller Road GRAND CIRCUS
as they overheard two women dis-
Park. WO 1.3240
CAMELOT W. Warren
581-5040
cussing trailers ... especially Lila,
Nominees for Best Actor Award
Special Selective Engagement of
ALAN ARKIN and Best Picture
who wants to travel cross-country
Roger Hammerstein's
"THE
RUSSIANS
ARE
COMING"
in one ... "They do make them
"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"
1:35, 6:00, 10:30
lovely nowadays," one woman was
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer
Nominees for Best Supporting Actor
saying, "and some are quite as
Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthaue
MON. THRU FRI.: Doors open 7:00;
cozy and nice as houses. But I
Shown 8 p.m. WED. AND SAT.: Matinees
"THE FORTUNE COOKIE"
just couldn't stand walking in a
at 2 p.m. SAT. EVE.: 6:00, 10:00. SUN.:
(Nominee for 4 Academy Awards)
1, 5:00, 9:00. Tickets available at box
11:20, 3:50, 8:15
straight line all day long."
office and mail orders. "Good Friday"
* * *
Special Mat. 4 p.m.
25th ANNIVERSARY reunion
MAI
KAI
FOX . . . 2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494 Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd. of Central High graduating class of
HELD OVER-3rd BIG WK.
1942 will, as fate deems it, also
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
A Blast of Desire
be celebration of Central's 42nd
Special Selective Engagement of
birthday ... Affair will be held,
Roger Hammerstein's
"AROUSED"
April 8, at Hillcrest Country Club.
plus
"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"
Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer Tickets are now available and
"HIGH YELLOW"
MON. THRU FRI. Doors open 7:00; reservations must be in before
Doors Open 10:45 a.m. Free Parking
Shown 8 p.m. WED. AND SAT.: Mat-
LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
inees at 2 p.m. SAT. EVE.: 6:00, 10:00. March 25th .. . So if you're one
For schedule information call
SUN.: 1, 5:00, 9:00. Tickets available at of the Central 42'ers, call Libby
WO 1-7917
box office and mail orders. "Good Fri- (Festinstein) Yarrows, LI 2-4169,
WED. LADIES DAY, 50c
day" Special Mat. 4 p.m.
or Elaine (Danto) Lacoff, LI
3-0471.
* * *
JEANNE FOX, Detroit model
and wife of barrister Bernie Fried-
man, was picked as WXYZ-TV's
"Sunny 7" for February . . . A
panel of five judges; representing
community service groups in whose
behalf she delivered on-the-air
messages, chose Jeanne as WXYZ-
OPEN 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
TV's Public Service Girl of The
Month.
* * *
DURING WORLD WAR II ; tells
Sally Eller, a huge corned beef
PLYMOUTH CORNER TELEGRAPH
532-4760
sandwich and a cup of coffee were
the stimulants served to those who
had given blood at the USO .. .
Feeling somewhat shaky, Sally re-
calls, was one fellow who munched
his slowly .. . No so the burly
sailor who sat beside him in the
"recovery room." . . After wolf-
ing his sandwich, he looked at the
Red Cross volunteer and said
plaintively, "I'm still hungry. May
I give another pint?"
* * C
OPEN TRYOUTS for Jewish
Center Theater production, "A
Thousand Clowns," are now being
held ... Five males and a female
are needed ... Call LI 1-4200, ext.
40.
* * *
COUNT OF PEOPLE at recent
Infants Service Group's annual
Cherub Ball dinner-dance, totaled
over 700 at the Latin Quarter . • .
Champagne flowed like water, food
and entertainment was good and
dancing to Hal Gordon's orchestra
as usual very enjoyable ... Hal
also "cut" the show in very fine
fashion . . . We've yet to attend
an Infants Service Group affair
even close to being bad! . . . The
gals did a wonderful:job again.

MOVIE GUI

Actors' Equity Head Comes for Premiere
of Detroit Repertory Theater Company

Frederick O'Neal, president of Miss., entered the theater profes-
Actors' Equity Association, is here sion, worked as a laboratory tech-
to attend the premiere perform- nician, later studied acting at the
ance of "An Evening In the Park," New Theater School and the
at the new Detroit Repertory The- American Theater Wing, both in
ater, 13103 Woodrow Wilson. He New York and his first profes-
was welcomed at a cocktail recep- sional appearance was in 1925.
tion at the theater on Thursday.
After many years of struggle
O'Neal was born in Brooksville, to improve the Negro's position in
the American theater, and of serv-
ing on the Actors' Equity Associa-
tion's Council, he became the first
Negro to be elected to the presi-
dency of that union in its 50 year
history.

Greek Line's Veep
Tells of Growing
Traffic to Israel

Robert I. Leibovitz of Paris,
France, vice president of Greek
I Lines, who was here for a brief
visit this week, told of the ex-
panding traffic to Israel.
"Our line continues its fort-
nightly trips to • Israel, and the
interest in such visits is increas-
ing," he told a group of people
with whom he met for lunch
Wednesday at the Sheraton-Ca-
dillac. "The kosher kitchen, ar-
rangements for services and other
facilities contribute towards the
deep interest in the services we
offer."
Paul Manz, local manager of
Greek Lines, was host at the
luncheon to travel agents and a
group of prominent Detroiters in
Leibovitz's honor.

Lumet's Film Acclaimed
Sidney Lumet's "The Deadly Af-
fair," made in England, with Har-
riet Andersson, James Mason,
Maximilian Schell and Simone Sig-
noret, opened to bravos in New
York. In the meantime, Lumet has
started preparations of the Fanny
Brice epic, "Funny Girl," in which
Baibra Streisand will essay the
title role.

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8:50 only. SAT. EVE. re-open 7:00,
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shown 1:20, 4:55, 8:30.

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FRI., MON., TUES. SHOWN 7:00,
10:30. SAT. EVE. 9:05 only. SUN.,
6:45, 10:10.
• • •
SAT. MATINEE. OPEN 1:00, starts
1:20; over 4:45.

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in Imago (The City Curious)

Wednesday, March 22, 1967-8:30 p.m., AUDITORIUM
Tickets: $2.50 to $5.00 at Institute Ticket Office (832-2730)
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