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May 03, 1968 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 3, 1968-35

Danny Raskin's

Kush n e r-Newman Rites Four Theaters to Screen the Indianapolis 500
The closed circuit telecast of of the Palms, Dearborn, Royal
at Shereton Cadillac
the 52nd annual Indianapolis 500 and Woods theaters. The live tele-

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GUEST COLUMNIST
DR. JACK JACKMAN
Danny is in the sunny climes of
Miami Beach, not as you would sup-
pose for a relaxing few days, but
as a member of the national
board of directors of the Circus
Saints and Sinners . .. The local
chapter, known as the Detroit Tent,
is being re-organized and Danny
is taking a leading part in making
this wonderful service organization
take its rightful place among the
citizenry . . . Miami Beach hap-
pens to be the scene of the na-
tional convention of the Saints and
Sinners.
Not too much underweight him-
self Jules Benigsohn, the modern
modernizer, of whom there is no
more modern, tells this cutie: "A
very stout man put a penny in a
talking weighing machine, and as
he did so a voice answered, 'One
at a time, please.' "
Furrier Harry Zausmer, whose
tenancy in the Metropolitan Build-
ing amidst a group of jewelers, is
an oddity in itself, is one English-
man who not only has not lost any
of his picturesque and proper Eng-
lish drawl, but remembers much of
Merry Old England, attests to the
following epitaph he remembers as
a youngster: "Here lies a miser
who lived for himself . . . And
cared for nothing but gathering
pelf . . . Now, where he is or how
he fares . . . Nobody knows and no-
body cares."
TRUTH WILL OUT DEP'T .. .
2nd grade students in a northwest
grammar school were asked by
their teacher to write — and hand
in — at least three things they
hated most about school . . The
parents (whom I know very well)
of one of the youngsters showed
me the paper he turned in, and it
read as follows, "1. I hate Miss
; 2. I hate Butch; 3. I
... The name
hate Miss
in both nos. 1 and 3 was the name
of the teacher . . . Neither of the
parents thought it was very funny,
but did tell me they thought the
teacher would have used better
judgment had she asked what the
students liked BEST about school.

THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF 1948 will hold its 20th
anniversary reunion June 5 at the
Hillcrest Country Club. Some 200
graduates are missing. For infor-
mation, call Ann Carron (Lesnick),
KE 5-8159 or DI 1-3700.

LINCOLN MOTOR INN

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Every Thursday 6-10

MRS. LAWRENCE KUSHNER

Karen Lynn Newman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman
of Roselawn Ave. and Lawrence
Squire Kushner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aid Kushner of Avon Ave.,
Oak Park, were united in mar-
riage recently at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi Eugene Bo-
rowitz of New York and Rabbi
Richard Hertz officiated.
Linda Newman was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Susan.
Lavitt, Gayle Rubin and Vivian
Stubblefield.
Richard Davis was best man.
Ushers were Steven Kushner,
brother of the bridegroom, Dr.
Howard Newman, brother of the
bride, Kenneth Kudisch and Leon
Meyers.
Following a New England hon-
eymoon, the couple will live in
Cincinnati while Mr. Kushner con-
tinues his studies at the Hebrew
Union College.

Pontchartrain Hotel
Wins 4-Star Ratings

GARSON ZELTZER

SPECIAL OCCASIONS

`Jungle Book' Coming

Walt Disney's "The Jungle Book,"
inspired by Rudyard Kipling's clas-
sic Mowgli stories and the last of
color animated features to come
frOm Disney's hand, opens Wed-
nesday at the Allen Park, Car-
men, Civic-Farmington, Cinderel-
la, Great Lakes, Macomb-Mall Ci-
nema, Nortown, Penn - Plymouth,
Ryan, Shores-Madrid, Trenton, Uni-
versal City and Washington-Royal
Oak teachers.
It is also slated to open at these
drive-ins: Algiers, Dearborn, Gra-
tiot Mt. Clemens, Troy, Van Dyke
and Willow.

Two Screen Meanies
Share Double Billing

The Palms Theater is presenting
two tough characters on one pro-
gram: Sean Connery (alias James
Bond) in Ian Fleming's "You Only
Live Twice," plus Clint Eastwood
in "The Good, The Bad And The
Ugly."
Sean Connery again stars as 007
in "You Only Live Twice," filmed
in Panavision and Technicolor.
"The Good, The Bad and The
Ugly" marks Clint Eastwood's
third appearance as the legendary
character he created in "A Fistful
of Dollars."

For the third consecutive year,
the Hotel Pontchartrain is the re-
cipient of Mobil Travel Guide's
Four Star Award, which designates
the hotel as one of the world's
outstanding.
Only 84 hotels and restaurants in
the United States have received
this accolade which the Travel
Guide describes as "outstanding
—worth a special trip."
The four-star rating is "awarded
on merit alone after a careful,
unannounced inspection by Our
trained field staff, supplemented Mischakoff to Be Feted
by the evaluation of special con- by Dearborn Orchestra
sultants plus reports received from
Next Friday at 8:15 p.m., the
innumerable users of the travel Dearborn Orchestral Society and
guides.
orchestra members will honor
Mischa Mischakoff on the occa-
sion of his retirement this year
Lincoln Inn to Fete
as violinist and concert master
`Mother of the Year'
of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra,
On Mother's Day, May 12, Lin- a position he has held since 1952.
coln Inn and Downriver Merchants
Conducted by Nathan Gordon,
Association will present the seventh the orchestra will accompany
annual "Mother of the Year" Mischakoff in Tschaikowsky's "Vi-
award. A check for $100 from the olin Concerto in D Major" at the
merchants group will be given to Ford Central Office Building, Dear-
the organization that nominated born.
the winner.
The Mother of the Year will be
honored with a Mother's Day din-
ner at the Inn.
The special Mother's Day menu
will be served 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., in
three dining rooms.
The menu will be directed by
Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Terova, former
owners of the Rathskeller.

Farband to Plant
2,000 Trees in Israel

The city Committee of Farband
and its branch members have be-
CHICKEN DINNER
gun a campaign to plant 2,000 trees
in Israel through the Jewish
Every Sunday
Special Children's Rates
National Fund in honor of Israel's
20th anniversary of independence.
Make Reservations Now
Tris project of planting trees to
revive land neglected for 2,000
Complete Special Menu
for
years is open to all members,
friends and sympathizers.
MOTHER'S DAY
For information call the Farband
4c
office,
864-6608.
• Dine and Dance
Farband is now launching a
Cocktail
Hour

membership drive. In addition to its
many cultural and philanthropic
Southfield at Dix, Lincoln Park * activities. Farband provides insur-
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ance protection to members and
ft*********** * ***** * *****A their families.

Frankenmuth family style

Mile Race on Memorial Day May cast will enable theater patrons to
30, will be presented exclusively see every second of what has been
in this area on the giant screens @ailed the greatest single sports
event in existence.
Among the vast facilities to be
`Cool Hand Luke' Joins
used in presenting the event are
With 'Wait Until Dark
15 cameras, 25 microphones and
Paul Newman as "Cool Hand six separate internal communica-
Luke'' teams up with Audrey Hep- tions systems providing constant
burn in "Wait Until Dark" for a contact with all members of the 83-
double bill now showing exclu- man crew.
sively at the Grand Circus down-
This year's Indianapolis 500-Mile
town, the Americana, Gateway, Race is expected to be the year
Mai - Kai and Wyandotte - Annex in which the turbine cars will
Theaters.
make a concerted bid to replace
"Cool Hand Luke", filmed in the standard piston engine as the
Technicolor and Panavision, is the dominant factor in auto racing.
explosive story of a Southern chain-
Reserved seat tickets are on sale
gang, and a prisoner who rebels
at
the box office of participating
against his jailors and any system theaters.
that seeks to limit his personal
freedom.
Audrey Hepburn is seen as the
blind wife of Efrem Zimbalist Jr. 1 PHOTOGRAPHY
in the Technicolor suspense drama,
"Wait Until Dark." Miss Hep-
547-4805
burn's portrayal won an Academy
WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAS
Award nomination as best actress.

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