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February 02, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 2, 1968-31

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

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AFTER MORE THAN45
YEARS of helping unfortunate peo-
ple, Neugarten Medical Aid Guild
has disbanded as of last week....
The lack of leadership caused the
end of this once fine organization
that started with four or five
women visiting Dora Neugarten
and forming the Neugarten Sun-
shine Club to make Passover
baskets for needy families. . . .
The group grew to 300, with much
involvment in various types of
charities, and was at the 100 mark
last week when the end came.. . .
Although it may never meet again,
Neugarten Medical Aid Guild will
continue to save lives. . . . The
treasury of $5,500 was given to the
Michigan Kidney Foundation for
the purchase of a kidney machine
used to wash out all the uremic
poisoning when the kidney stops
functioning. . . . Only five hos-
pitals in the entire state of Michi-
gan have a machine. . . . To the
women of Neugarten, thank you
. . . You will not be forgotten.
*
A NEAR SELLOUT is the
Knights of Pythias and Pythian
Sisters Joint Installation Dinner-
Dance, this Sunday, 6:30 p.m., at
the Carleton House. . . . Folks who
want to know where they can get
last-minute reservations. . . call

Sid Wolfson,

353-7678.

• a

TEMPERATURE WAS 72 de-
grees in Los Angeles as Sam Dic-
tor writes to rub it in. . . . He
sends a photostat of his latest
score card at Deauville Country
Club . . . and an item that ap-
peared in the Los Angeles Times.
. . . Sam's 81 included a hole-in-
one on the 142-yard 7th hole at
Deauville. . . . He aced it with a
seven iron. . . . Most golfers wish
for just one hole-in-one in a life-
time. . .. Sam already has three.
• • •
"CHERUB BALL" BEING held
Feb. 27 has nothing to do with the
Infants Service Group affair. . . .
The Annual ISG Cherub Ball is
being held March 10 at Latin
Quarter.
• • •
SEEING SIGNS . . . by clothier
Harry Thomas on the wall of a
local bowling alley. . . . "If you
want to strike—use our alleys.



• •

AT THE RECENT Movie Night
by Perfection Lodge, Dr. Jack
Jackman almost went home with-
out a coat. . . . He and someone
else made a mistake swap, but
since the other fellow's keys were
in it, Jack hung the coat back up
and the rightful owner finally re-
turned to retrieve it. . Knowing
Jack, he'd have left it and gone
home without a coat, even though
it was near zero weather!
• • •
THEY SAY THAT EVERYBODY
has a double somewhere. . . .
Beno Sharon, who sang at recent
JNF Women's Donor, has his "al-
most" in Detroit. . . • Michael
Goodman could pass as twin
brother. . . . Asked what he was
doing there, Norman Cotler of
Dexter-Davison markets, replied,
"Why not? All my customers are
here today!"
• • •
STORY COMES F R OM Lou
Schwartz in Holly, Mich. about the
golf instructor saying, "For Pete's
sake, keep your head down . . .
and the duffer replying, "The last
time you told me to do that, I
did—and somebody stole my golf
cart! . . . (Lou says it happened
to a friend couple of weeks ago,
in Phoenix, Ariz.)

by the Hollywood Foreign Press,
is directing for Hyman's studio,
"The Man On a Nylon String,"
camera Jan. 22 on location in Bos- Charcoal Horse," a novel by Ed- with Steve McQueen as producer
HOLLYOOD — Eli Landau will
produce a multi-million dollar ton with Tony Curtis (an unlikely ward Loomis set in an Army pri- and star. The picture will be shot
choice)
in the title role, plus son in the United States. Also an in Switzerland in early fall.
spectacular film version of Jean
Henry Fonda as his antagonist, original story, "Visit From a Cool

New Production s in Hollywnod

Giraudoux's modern French clas-
sic. "The Madwoman of Caillot,"
with John Huston directing and
Katharine Hepburn starring in the
title role, it was announced by
Kenneth Hyman, Warner Bros.-
Seven Arts executive vice presi-
dent. "The Madwoman of Chaillot"
was produced on Broadway in the
late 1940s and became the reci-
pient of the New York Drama

By HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1968, JTA

Inc.)

(an unyielding cop), under the Young Man" by Lucille Fletcher, aeorteesseesoraemeeeemee
direction of Richard Fleischer for author of "Sorry, Wrong Number."
Mark Rydell, who was nominated
Twentieth Century-Fox studios.

• ••

Robert Arthur is producing and
Bob Fosse directs the motion pic-
ture version of "Sweet Charity,"

`Fiddler' Goes Operatic

WEST BERLIN (JTA)—A Jew-
ish musician and composer, Prof.


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and a brand-new background score Boris Blacher, has been commis- •
by Cy Coleman plus lyrics by Dor- sioned to write an opera based •

othy Fields. Principal photography on characters and situations from •
was scheduled to commence at the tales of Sholem Aleichem. Un- • •
Universal Studios on Jan. 29 with der the contract, the opera will be •

Shirley MacLaine in the title role, ready for production in the sum- •

Critic's "best Foreign Play" award.
Filming of the movie is set to be-
gin in Paris on Feb. 19 with Miss
Hepburn, currently in Joseph E.
Levine's production of "The Lion
in Winter" (from the play by
James Goldman) on location in
Arles north of Marseilles, joining
the company in the French capital.
Edward Anhalt, two-time Aca-
demy-award winner, wrote the
screen-play of "The Madwoman of
Chaillot," a piercing and satirical



dissection of greed in contempor-
ary society. Anhalt is also the

i•

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Kenneth Hyman, Warner Brc.s.-
author of the movie, "The Boston Seven Arts new production head,
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