Friday, May 24, 1968-37
"The Jewish Cemetery at New- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Longfellew's Newport Poem
Best known of Henry Wadsworth port," which he wrote in 1852 after
Longfellow's verse about Jews is visiting the place.
* LAST SIX WEEKS TO SEE
WHY DETROITERS PREFER
TO DINE IN CANADA
AT MARIO'S OF WINDSOR
1. "AWAY FROM (TALL"...YETONLY & INTERNATIONALLY — FAMOUS
TWO MINUTES FROM THE TUNNEL
DINNERS AT REASONABLE PRICES
E. INSTANT LUNCHEON, SERVICE, A$ 4. COCKTAILS AND LIQUORS ON
FAST AS IT IS GOOD
Luncheons Daily •
ON THE HEELS of Jack
Swartz's golf item of last week
comes this one from Norbert Etke
. . . about Sam Heller taking his
wife Sally for her first lesson in
roughing it . . . and she coyly
asked, "Now tell me, which club
do I use to make a hole-in-one?"
MICHAEL GOODMAN, who
)lays the telephone man in "Bare-
foot in the Park" opening June 15,
)y the Center Theater, at the
- Jewish Community Center, is
really taking his part to heart .. .
He has borrowed a telephone and
takes it with him whenever visit-
ing "in case," says Mike, "I
have to replace the old one!"
CHILDREN'S DEPT.,. .. Bernice
Helfman, 7-year-old daughter
of Grace and Harold Helfman,
remarked while helping herself
to the last cookie on the plate .. .
"This won't matter to me, 'cause
I've been an old maid all my life,
DOROTHY GOLDBERG, state
department Jewish War Veterans
junior vice president, has formed
a dramatic group now in the proc-
ess of producing "A Night of TV
With JWV" . . . to be presented at
the department convention Oneg
Shabat, June 21, at the Pick-Ft.
Shelby Hotel . . . Although now in
rehearsal, a few parts are still
open, plus openings for musicians
. . . Anyone interested in taking
part may call Edith Hoffman, di-
rector, UN 4-5322, or Toby Lantz,
Holiday Matinees Slated
for 'Gone With the Wind'
C. E. O'Bryan, manager of the
Madison Theater, has scheduled
special holiday matinees for "Gone
With the Wind" 2 p.m. Wednesday
and Thursday as well as June 1
Now in the 32nd week of its ex-
clusive engagement at the Madison,
"Gone With the Wind" starring
Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie
Howard and Olivia DeHavilland is
being shown in wide screen and
full stereophonic sound.
Winner of 10 Academy Awards,
the MetroColor film is based on
Margaret Mitchell's best-seller on
the Civil War.
`Barefoot in Park'
Whit Vernon will be seen and
heard in Center Theater's June
production of "Barefoot in the
Park" to be produced June 15, 16,
19, 22 and 23 in the Jewish Cen-
ter's DeRoy Theater.
For many years Vernon's voice
has been heard on radio and tele-
vision selling products. He also
has many acting credits in Cen-
ter Theater and other companies.
For ticket information, call the
Center, DI 1-4200, Ext. 240.
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3 Blks. N. of
Entertainer Bill Bernardi goes
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spoofs rock 'n' roll, Al Jolson, and
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