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November 20, 1970 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-20

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Batsheva Dance to Perform

The Best of Everything

Southfield Community Players
will present "YOU KNOW I CAN'T
HEAR YOU WHEN THE WA-
TER'S RUNNING" 8:30 p.m. today
and Saturday.

By Danny Raskin

REASON FOR TRYING to get
folks out of a nitery early enough
is that liquor licensee's are re-
quired to clear the premises com-
pletely by 2:30 a.m., save for em-
ployes only . . . Customers of
niteries who stubbornly wait until
the very last minute and refuse
to leave any sooner, put the own-
er's valued license in jeopardy.
IT'S NOW CALLED Piper's
Fine . . . an W. 10 Mile Rd., be-
tween Southfield and Evergreen
. . . and open 24 hours . . . which
should be some real good news to
a lot of people ... This is Piper's
No. 2.
"SAUCY SYLVIA" Stoun has
opened a nine-day engagement in
Newport, R.I., where she had a
short time ago opened to an empty
house audience and closed to a
crowded standing ovation.

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Royal Oak, is shooting for a
Dec. 1 opening . . . It'll be a
moderately-Priced Continental
cuisine supper club .. . includ-
ing Bavarian, Italian, Frenth
and other type foods . . . The
new spot will bold about 200
people downstairs . . . and in
the upstairs banquet room,
about 450 to 500.

From Tel Aviv, a spirited young
dance group will come to Detroit
on its first American tour Dec. 1.
Preceded by rave reviews from
European critics, Batsheva Dance
Company of Israel will appear in
the Detroit Institute of Arts Con-
cert Series at 8:30 p.m.
Baroness Bethsabee de Roths-
child established Batsheva in 1963
to "fill the gap which existed in
the cultural life of Israel," she
explained. Without an endowed
professional company, dancers had
practically no opportunity to ap-
pear on the stage, the best of
them went abroad, and the public
depended for entertainment in this
field on rare visits of foreign com-
panies.
The patroness obtained the per-
sonal assistance of the famous

The diversity of Batsheva's inter-
national repertoire reflects the
composition of the company itself.
Like Israel, the dance group is
composed of natives of many
lands — some are Israeli-born,
others come from Argentina. Cyp-
rus. Egypt, Germany and the
United States.
The program for Batsheva's De-
troit appearance, announced by
Edith J. Freeman, the museum's
honorary curator of music and
chairman of the concert series,
Martha Graham, who gave an will include works choreographed
image of artistic standards to be by Martha Graham, Jerome Rob-
achieved and allowed the com- bins, Moshe Efrati and Norman

pany, to perform some of her Morrice.
IT'S NOT SO FAR anymore .. .
Reserved seat tickets for this
McInerney's on Northwestern be- works.
After five years of study, one-evening appearance may be
tween 12 and 13 Rds . . . and the
purchased at the Detroit Institute
Batsheva
embarked
on
its
first
all-you-can-eat chicken dinners are
major European tour a year ago. of Arts ticket office, 832-2730, and
still great . . . Plenty of steaks,
Its appearance at the Nether- all J. L. Hudson ticket services.
chops and seafood, too . . The
family style chicken at McIner- 36—Friday, November 20, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ney's is where they put a big plat-
ter of it on the table along with
dishes of potatoes, vegetables and
ALL THE BUTTERMILK
other goodies . . . You keep order-
ing until the ol' belly is good and
full.
YOU CAN EAT
SAME NAME . . . new faces of
management mark Marty's Deli-
catessen in the Green-8 Shopping
Center, Oak Park . . serving
good food at reasonable prices
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. . Marty's has always been a
"sleeper" sort of a deli with lots
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of yum-yum things on the menu.
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HAVE YOU TRIED THAT po-
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tent new drink, "The Card Table?"
. . . Two of them and your legs
fold up under you.
LAST FRIDAY at Angel's Hour
Glass on W. McNichols, was like
New Year's Eve . . . the place
was packed . . . and it isn't small
either! . . People kept coming
and coming in a steady stream to
ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT ORGANISTS
enjoy the attractions created by
Wed. thru Sat.—No Cover or Minimum
the Billy Rose Trio and Northwest
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lands Dance Festival brought
praise from New York Times
critic Clive Barnes, who applaud-
ed ... "The company has evolv-
ed a spirit of its own—a style of
dancing, gutsy and involved,
that belongs to no one but it-
self.'

Title Role in 'Scrooge'

"Scrooge," the new musical
movie based on the Charles Dick-
ens classic, "A Christmas Carol,"
opened in the Detroit area Wednes-
day at the Dearborn, Kingswood,
Livonia Cinema, Macomb Cinema,
Warren Cinema, Royal Oak and
Southland 2 theaters.
Albert Finney, who starred as
"Tom Jones," plays old Ebenezer.
Also starring are Alec Guinness
as Marley's Ghost, Edith Evans as
Ghost of Christmas Past and Ken-
neth More as the robust Ghost of
Christmas Present.
Although this is the seventh
film version of Dickens' "A Christ-
mas Carol," it is the first in color
and the first as a musical. Rated
"G," it is a movie for all ages.

Military Govt. Spokesman
Addresses U. of D. Class

Michael Shashar, a spokesman
for the Israeli military govern-
ment in the territories, discussed
the inter-dependence of America
and Israel before a class of Prof.
M. D. Whitty at the University of
Detroit.
Shashar supported the creation
of a Palestinian state, while in-
dicating that the state of Israel
looks toward coexistence and se-
cure boundaries in return.
Rabbi Richard Hertz, adjunct
professor of Jewish studies, greet-
ed the speaker.
Dr. Whitty, a strong supporter
of a progressive Israel, felt Amer-
ican students needed this and simi-
lar factual presentations to correct
student extremist misinformation
about the Middle East.

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