Teen Rebels Portrayed in '491' at Krim Theater
"491", a stark screen portrait
of rebellious youth in today's world,
is now showing exclusively at the
Trans-Lux Krim 'Theater.
About a group of juvenile de-
linquents assigned by police to a
special sociological experiment in
Toronto Opera Student Gets Lead at Stratford
an effort to discover new and im-
proved methods in rehabilitating
young criminal offenders, the film
reflects the violent struggle be-
tween good and evil and between
the weak and the strong in to-
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lead in Rossini's opera at the Strat-
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Israeli Economic Aides
in Europe Plan Parley
BRUSSELS (JTA) — A meeting
of Israeli economic counsellors
and commercial attaches accred-
ited to various Western European
countries will be held here Aug.
27-29 under the chairmanship of
Lincoln Inn Boasts
Zeev Sharef, finance minister and
minister of commerce and industry.
a Downriver First
The agenda will include Israeli
The Lincoln Inn has been sel- exports and economic relations be-
ected to be the first in the Down- tween Israel and the European
river area to serve liquor by the countries.
glass on Sunday.
This $3,500,000 complex has five
fully completed dining rooms with `Rosemary's Baby' Stars
banquet facilities that will handle Mia Farrow at 7 Shows
up to 1,000 people.
"Rosemary's Baby," the film ver-
The Lincoln Inn is equipped sion of Ira Levin's best-selling sus-
to handle 155 guest rooms with pense novel which Roman Polanski
complete sauna and steam, a pri- directed from his own screenplay
vate men's health club and barber with Mia Farrow in the title role,
shop and beauty salon. There is is now showing at the Michigan
a S w e di s h smorgasbord every Theater, the Americana, Birming-
Thursday, with dining and - dancing ham, State-Wayne, Livonia Mall
Cinema I, Macomb Mall Cinema II
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and Warren Cinema I.
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Mia Farrow plays a terrified,
mark in this world just using pregnant wife who suspects her
. neighbors of being witches.
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by few singers throughout the
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2672 E. GRAND BLVD.
41 YEARS AGO, Al Posen came
to Detroit from Winnipeg, Canada,
to meet his uncle's new wife and
family . . . He couldn't take his
eyes off a pretty young girl, finally
asked who she was, and discovered
her to be his uncle's sister-in-law
. . Al then and there decided to
stay in Detroit and work . . .
He began as an upholsterer for
Artistic Furniture. shortly after
opened his own place, and today
owns Famous Furniture and Up-
holstering Co. . . . The girl, Libbie
Kraft, and Al, will celebrate their
40th wedding anniversary, Aug. 17
.. . (P.S. Libbie was a good cook,
too . . . she did all the cooking for
MOLLIE FISHER, Jewish Fam-
ily Service volunteer worker at the
Americana Nursing Home. writes
that the elderly patients have no
recreational facilities . . . and
would like the donation of a stereo
or hi-fi . . . plus Jewish books,
fictional and non-fictional, in Eng-
lish or Yiddish . . . Mollie (Mrs.
George Fisher) can be contacted
at BR 3-8869.
HERMAN GOLDMAN of Tiger
Publications relates that ads are
being accepted for the 1968 Offi-
cial Detroit Tiger World Series
Souvenier Magazine . .. The book
will have about 40 pictures and
editorial matter pertinent to the
Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals, the
personnel, statistics and official
lineups . . . The games in Detroit
are scheduled for Oct. 5 and 6,
with a third game Oct. 7, if nec-
essary, says Herman.
SWIMMING POOL of Ben and
Esther Bolton in Southfield is being
thrown open for the Knights of
Pythias Detroit Lodge 55 splash
party, Aug. 19.
WITH PENNANT FEVER so
high in Detroit, baseball stories
are twirling about . . . and former
Tiger great first sacker, H a n k
Greenberg, in town recently on a
sneak visit, had his usual pitches
to chip in . . . Hank tells about
the .400 hitter, habitual leader of
the league, who experienced a sud-
den slump, and struck out four
times in a single game . . . When
he came home, his wife rushed out
to greet him, threw her arms
around his neck, and inquired,
"How many hits did you make to-
day?" . . . The batsman thrust his
wife aside and grumbled, "You
just do the cooking around here,
understand? I'll do the hitting!"
HIS FAVORITE is about one of
the biggest stars in baseball a
short while back, who could drive
the old apple to every corner of the
p a r k, but was not particularly
noted for his brain . .. On one hop
of his team to the West, the star is
reputed to have sent out for a
bottle of Scitch while the train was
held up temporarily at a wayside
station because of a derailment
ahead . . . One of the lads who had
come to watch the repair work rec-
ognized the famous athlete and was
delighted to perform the errand
for him . . He came back with a
bottle of Scotch that bore an un-
familiar label but listed six old
Kings of England who had declared
this to be their favorite brand .. .
The ball star examined the strange
bottle for a moment with unusual
concentration and then handed it
back angrily to the messenger . .
"Don't try to palm any of this
poison off on me," he bellowed.
"Every one of these guys who rec-
ommended it is dead!"
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, August 9, 1968