Jazz Festival 1967 at Cobo Hall Aug. '13
George Wein — a showman cert to Detroit's Cobo Arena Aug.
noted for his popular jazz concerts 13.
throughout the world, including
Jazz Festival '67, part of the
Newport. Chicago and Mexico — Schlitz Salute to Jazz 1967, will
is bringing an all-star jazz con- feature jazz greats Nina Simone
and her Trio; the Cannonball Ad-
derley Quintet; the Miles Davis
Israeli in Film 'Blue'
Quintet; Dizzy Gillespie Quintet;
Sara Vardi, a petite Israeli The Herbie Mann Quintet; and the
beauty, makes her Hollyw000d mo- Woody Herman Orchestra.
Wein, a pianist with the New-
tion picture debut in Paramount'e
outdoor epic "Blue." Dealing with port Jazz All Stars, has been exe-
producer of the Newport
a young ''gringo" (British actor
Terence Stamp) who grows up Festival since 1954. Referred to
among Mexican banditos, headed by Playboy Magazine as the "No. 1
by such heavyweights as Ricardo international jazz impresario,"
Montalban and Karl Malden, the Wein is renowned for not only
picture is currently before the organizing and performing at the
cameras in far remote canyons festival, but for lecturing and
above Los Angeles, then• will move writing about the many jazz greats
with whom he has associated.
to Moab in southeastern Utah.
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PANCAKES AND WAFFLES
By Danny Raskin
Guest Columnist HY LEWIS
IT IS ALMOST CLICHE to hear
certain sophisticated Detroiters
say that this city is remote when
it comes to cuisine and entertain-
It is a question of not seeing the
forest for the trees. Invariably
an out-of-towner who has visited
here exclaims of many places
where he had happy experi-
ences much as we do when re-
Does Gertrude Lawrence Film turning from a trip from a large
city. It is also surprising that many
Saul Chaplin is producing 20th people who have taken cruises
Century-Fox' "Star," currently be-
and air-trips to the far reaches of
fore the cameras in London with
our world have not for the most
Julie Andrews portraying the cen-
part availed themselves of many
tral character of Gertrude Law-
points of interest that our fair
rence. Music by George Gershwin,
city and state offer . . . our
Kurt Weill, Cole Porter and lyrics
by Ira Gershwin will be used for city and suburbs boast of
fine places you can enjoy. ,
songs and production numbers.
* * *
THE SHOW MUST go on. In
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
fine tradition, Peggy Lee, who
26—Friday, July 21 1967
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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sprained her back, refused to
cancel her engagement at the
Roostertail. She performed in a
wheel chair . . . It takes more
than talent to make an artist.
* * *
THAT LITTLE MAN WITH
talent, Woody Allen, writer, co-
median and producer said in a
radio interview that the sexiest
women of our times are from for-
eign lands. Barbra Streisand didn't
take too much offense when she
stated that to her mind two of
the male sex symbols were Woody
himself and Menashe Scholnik.
* * *
CARPENTERS, PAINTERS and
artists are busy, busy, busy doing
over the former Boesky's on James
Couzens Highway . . . Announce-
ments will be soon on what may
be the show place of the north-
* * *
IF DARBY'S RESTAURANT
finds that they are missing a din-
ner menu they would be able to
find it in Vietnam. At a party
given there to a group of our boys
about to go overseas . . . one of
the fellows was so impressed with
the fare that he kept the menu as
a constant reminder of what
awaited after his hitch. Wonder if
he's thinking about -the Skylight
Room, the steak dinners of the
succulent corned-beef sandwiches?
* * *
THE PORTS OF CALL in
Toronto boasts of many restaur-
ants under one roof. Depending
upon what your mood may be,
they have a facility to please you.
While we have nothing like that
locally, it is more than surprising
the number of ethnic restaurants
we have here catering also to al-
most every whim and taste of the
Stern, Bernstein Boycott
Athens Music Festival
NEW YORK — Violinist Isaac
Stern and conductor Leonard Bern-
stein have joined actress Melina
Mercouri's c a m- ' 1
paign to boycott
the Athens music
festival this sum-
mer in protest
sions by the
Stern, who had
an Aug. 8 engage-
ment there, is a
close friend of
deprived of her
last week because
she has spoken against the military
Stern and his colleagues, Eugene
Istomin, pianist, and Leonard Rose,
cellist, canceled an earlier appear-
ance in Athens late last month
and instead went to Israel to give
Latin American Nations
Show Support for Israel
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — A
Brazilian diplomat proposed that
Brazil offer to take in a large
proportion of the Arab refugees
for settlement in the Amazon River
region along with Brazilian colon-
Carlos Dunshee de Abranches,
Brazilian representative on the
United Nations Human Rights
Commission, made the proposal
in an article in Jornal do Brasil.
He called on Israel and those mem-
bers of the United Nations who
contribute to the support of the
refugees, to set up a fund to fi-
nance the resettlement of the
refugees in Brazil.
In Jerusalem, Yakov Tsur,
president of the Jewish National
Fund, who returned recently from
a mission to Latin America on
behalf of the Israel government,
paid tribute to the "steadfast
loyalty and friendship" which
Latin America has shown to Is-
rael in its struggle for life and