THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS .
24-Friday, July 16, 1971
`Fiddler' Due at Center Theater
30 and 31; 2-5 p.m. Sept. 5; and 8
p.m. Sept. 8.
Charting the colorful course
through Anatevka will be director
Walter Koste, a 16-year senior di-
rector with Jam Handy Produc-
tions. Musical direction will be by
Bernie Katz; and Harriet Berg,
Center dance coordin' ...or, will han-
Restaurant Assn. to Pick dle choreography.
Miss Michigan Hospitality
Performance dates are Nov. 27,
The Michigan Restaurant Asso- 28 and 31; and Dec. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7,
ciation will select a "Miss Michigan 8, 9, 11 and 12. There are special
Hospitality" from a list of seven discount prices available for thea-
By Guest Columnist
finalists in competition among wai- ter parties, organization fund rais--
tresses and hostesses Wednesday ings and students. For information,
at Charley's Crab Restaurant, Or- call the Center Theater box office,
Sammy Woolf is truly a nice
341-4200, ext. 223.
guy. At his recent testimonial
dinner-dance, he was among the
Judges will make their selection
first to acknowledge the efforts of
on beauty, knowledge of customer `Babi Yar Symphony'
Danny Raskin . . . Speaking of
psychology and other traits needed
by a good waitress or hostess. The to Open Music Festival Danny, this is his 29th year as a
columnist . . . In fact, Danny still
contest winner will receive a $100
JERUSALEM (JTA)-The 11th
savings bond, a scholarship to the annual Israel Music Festival will has his first typewriter ribbon . . .
John Robert Powers Finishing open here Sunday night, with the For years Danny has been talking
School and a trip to the Michigan Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, about his black belt . . . and every-
Restaurant Exposition and Culi- under 'Lubin Mehta's direction, body thought he was a karate ex-
nary Art Show in October at playing Shostakovich's Symphony pert.
Speaking of cooperation, Mary
No. 13, dedicated to the memory
of the Jews massacred at Babi Ruby and Iry Siegel are buddies
and give each other business. Iry
The work, written in 1962, was buys furniture from Marv, and
performed in the West for the first Mary buys jewelry from Iry . . .
time last year after being smug- So far this year Iry has 16 couches
gled out of the Soviet Union. It in his living room and Mary is
has since been recorded by the running out of ring fingers.
Philadelphia Orchestra. Premier
Economics has placed the over-
Golda Meir will attend Sunday's crowded educational scene in an
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ironic situation . . . one high class
DON PABLO concert.
, And Orchestra
Hanoch Givton, director gen- restaurant in Los Angeles only
eral of the tourism ministry, hires PhDs as dishwashers; you
Toledo. Turn Right to
said that this year's festival, have to have a master's degree to
Drive In) Southgate.
which will run through Aug. 23, work on the parking lot; and a BA
is the most ambitious to date in to help in the checkroom . . . All
the sense that a greater number the employes feel sorry for the
of world-famous artists are be- owner . . . he was a high school
ing sought. He noted that Time dropout!
magazine has listed the Israel
Hats off to a wonderfully talented
Festival among the world's top group of gals: the Hadassah Travel-
13 such events.
ing Troupe . . . Ed Fienman now
The festival, which will include features culinary sartorial splendor
music, dance and theater, will be . . . instead of plain panties on
• No Finer Food
• No Better Facilities
based primarily here, but Tel Aviv your lamb chops, Ed dresses them
• For 5 to 500 People
will have almost equal billing so in knickers . .. Two great musical
• Parking for Everyone
as to attract a wider audience. groups in our town: Walt Lang
There also will be performances and Charles Phillips . . . They
at Caesaria, Ein Hashofet and make every party a success . . .
Ayelet Hashahar. The cost of this Esther Gorback kept bugging her
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year's fete is $171,429, with the husband, Jack, that she wanted to
LI 1-2577 government putting up one third. see faraway places . . . he finally
gave her a zoom lens . . . Hattie
Schwartz gets some unusual re-
Now Appearing thru July 24
quests for invitations . . . one
woman wanted the wet-look, but
she wondered if Hattie could reg-
Mon. thru Thurs. Special
the amount of wetness as one
Dinner & Cover Included
had a sinus condition.
Gary Weiss relates that return-
ing servicemen don't get enough
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my farm, I have a sick cow!"
Center Theater's first musical
will hit the boards this fall, when
"Fiddler on the Roof" comes to the
Auditions for the November
December production will take
place 3-6 p.m. Aug. 29; 8 p.m. Aug.
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Sally Rand Waving
Her Fans at Ascot
Sally Rand has come to town-
The legendary Sally Rand, on the
road again in one of her perennial
cross-country swings, is now ap-
pearing at the Royal Ascot Supper
Club, 1200 Southfield, Lincoln
Earnings from summer jobs may
affect monthly payments for stu-
dent Social Security beneficiaries,
according to Sam F. Test, district
manager of the Detroit-Northwest
Social Security Office, 17500
Over 4,000,000 young people col-
lect monthly Social Security bene-
fits as children of retired, disabled,
•or deceased workers. Many of
these young beneficiaries will spend
the summer school vacation work-
ing, Test said.
"The amount students earn can
have an important effect on their
benefits," he said. "If total earn-
ings for the year - including part-
time and summer work-are more
than $1,680, Social Security bene-
fits are reduced. But student bene-
ficiaries can receive full benefits
for any month in which they do
not earn more than $140," he said.
Student beneficiaries whose year-
ly earnings go over $1,680 will
have $1 of benefits withheld for
every $2 they earn from $1,680 up
to $2,880. Above yearly earnings
of $2,880, $1 in benefits is withheld
for every $1 earned, according to
Test. For information, call him at
$5,500,000 in Bonds Sold
During June Across U.S.
NEW YORK - A one-week whirl-
wind coast-to-coast tour by Deputy
Prime Minister Yigal Allon in the
closing days of June produced a
record total of $5,500,000 in Israel
Bond sales, Leo Bernstein, vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
June receipts were the highest
in Bond history, with the excep-
tion of June 1967, Bernstein said.
Sales figures for the cities visited
by Allah are as follows: Newark,
$300,000; Milwaukee, $1,250.000;
New York, $1,300,000; Cleveland,
$958,000; Los Angeles, $550,000;
and San Francisco, $1,070,000.
Provides Setting for Film
"Jerusalem-Jerusalem", the lat-
est overseas film being made in
Israel, took over a ward in the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center. (See story Page 21)
The suspense film deals with the
efforts of an American student to
bring Jews and Arabs together.
Against the background of the cur-
rent Middle East crisis, the pic-
ture brings a message of peace
and goodwill, combined _with a
modern love story.
In the cast is Darla Halprin,
granddaughter of Rose Halprin,
Zionist leader and twice president
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The staple of Sally's act is the
fan dance, which she created. The
dance, celebrated in song and story
for three generations, has been the
hit of four World's Fairs and has
probably been seen by more people
than any major attraction in show
Special Children's Theatre
At the Zodiac
In addition to retaining charm
and grace which brought her suc-
cess, Sally has become known as a
lecturer and raconteur.
Play Being Produced By Rick Orbach,
Son of Cantor Harold Orbach
With her at the Royal Ascot are
Bill Red Ash and Eddie Webb and
his music. There are two\__shoNS
and dancing Monday through Sat-
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