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May 19, 1967 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-19

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18—Friday, May 19, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Koren Jones Becomes Mischa Asherov
.1Irs.David Robe rt Stutz Habima Actor,
to Speak Here

Mischa Asherov, a leading actor
of the Habima Theater of Israel,
will be guest speaker at a bonus
program of the Front Row Center
Series at Center Theater 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Jewish Center.
Subject of Asherov's talk will
be "A View of the Current Israeli
Theater," which will be followed
by a group discussion. There is
a nominal charge for nonmembers.
A coffee hour will follow.
Center Theater, in conjunction
with the American-Israeli Cultural
Foundation, is presenting Asherov
at the special
program.
Born in Samar-
MRS. DAVID STUTZ
k a n d, Asherov
was taken to Is-
Karen Ruth Jones and David
rael at age 10
Robert Stutz were united in
where he was in-
marriage May 7 at the home of
troduced to
t he bride. Rabbi Hertz officiated.
drama at his pri-
mary school. Al-
Parents of the couple are Mr.
though he studied
and Mrs. Ben Jones of Hamilton I
electrical e n g
Rd. and Mr. and Mrs. George Stutz
Asherov neering, his heart
of Vernon Rd., Huntington Woods.
always was with the theater. Ash-
The bride wore a gown of rose
erov is one of the founders of the
point lace and carried a bouquet •
Kibutz Yech-Am in the Galilee.
of lilies of the valley.
In 1945 he was introduced to the
The bride's sisters. Mrs. Mark dramatic school attached to the
Petricoff of Cincinnati and Mrs.
Ilabima and has been with that
Edward Morse of Princeton. N.J., company ever since.
served as matrons of honor.
His first big part was in 1947,

Steven Perlmutter of Toledo was
best man. Ushers were Gerald Kap-
lan. Mitchel Novit of Bloomington,
Ind.. Steven Lash and David Jones,
brother of the bride.

After a honeymoon trip to Flor-
ida, the couple will reside in Ann
Arbor.

JULES
DONESON

under the direction of Sir Tyrone
Guthrie, in the play "Oedipus
Rex." Among the roles he has
played during the past years
are Barney Greenwald in "The
Caine Mutiny" and Eddie Car-
bonie in Miller's "A View From
the Bridge," for which part he
received the liabima prize for
best acting of the year. lie was
awarded two prizes for his per-
formance as George in Who s
Afraid of Virginia Wolfe."
He lately played the part of the
father Jacob in the film "No Ques-
tions on Saturday." lauded as an
artistic success.
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