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August 30, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-30

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Dann V Raskin's

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30—Friday, August 30, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zero's in New Musical
With Bernstein Score

It's the living-
and dying-end
in excitement.

NEW YORK—For "The Excep- MI MI MI UM MI Ilia UM— Ili 111111
tion and the Rule," Zero Mostel,
who has not acted on Broadway
since 1965 when he left "Fiddler on
BREAKFAST CLUB
the Roof," and Jerome Robbins, I
SPECIALS!
I
who staged and choreographed
NOTE OUR NEW HOURS
`Tiddler," will work together once
again. The musical is scheduled to
open at the Broadhurst Theater in . II MON. to THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m. I
FRI. & SAT. 7 a.m.-1 a.m.
mid-February.
CLOSED SUNDAY
I
Leonard Bernstein is the com- I
Space Available for Small
Meetings
poser of the score, Stephen Sond- I
I
heim, the lyrics and John Guare
wrote the book.

EARLY BIRD

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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
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Asthma is a respiratory disease I 21174 Greenfield LI 3-0535 .
A EUROPEAN RUG manufac- a ffecting over 4,500,000 Ameri-
II
Green-8 Shopping Center
turer visiting America for the first c ans.
Nu In — utaa Ea NE mal No No Issl
time confessed that he had never
seen a game of golf . . . Lou
Schwartz took him to Tam O'Shan-
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ter Country Club, where they fol-
lowed a crack foursome ... One of
Makes I, A WOMAN
the players landed in a deep trap
Look Like MARY
just short of the first green . . .
POPPINS.' "D..7Aeos
" He'll have to blast out of that
one," said Lou . . . "It must be
impossible," added the visiting
manufacturer ... The player, how-
ever, executed a perfect shot . . .
The ball landed on the green. and
SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
trickled into the cup for a birdie
Starkly
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three . . . The European gent
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ting out of that one!"
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IF YOU COULDN'T REACH
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your doctor recently, chances are
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given by Dr. Norman and Sheila
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Nathanson . . . Over 200 people
joined their hosts in the pirate
motif shindig. replete with hula
dancers, flaming sword dancers,
waving palm trees, treasure chests,
cannons and artillery, etc. . . .
Neighbors were calling to ask why
the Jolly Roger skull and cross-
bones flag was flying from the
rooftop of Norm's parents Ben and
Esther Bolton, whose home was
the site of much gala festivity,
from tennis court to swimming
pool where the brave pirates and
their lassies dove for jewels . . .
Long. John Silver must have been
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Sept.
17
him .. .
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