On Plymouth Rd., VE 5-0630
3 blks. W. of Greenfield
All color adult entertainment
open at 2:00, adults $1 until 6
WK. NIGHTS 7:00 & 9:30. SAT. 5:00, 7:30,
10:10. SUN. 2:30 5:00, 7:30, 10:10.
"SOUL TO SOUL"
Also Joan Crawford in
Music festival in 4 track stereo phonic
sound PLUS The Three Stooges in
WK. NIGHTS 8:15, 10:45. SAT. 6:20,
8:55. SUN. 3:50, 6:20, 8:55.
Metro Entertainment Coupons Accepted
Every WEDNESDAY Ladles' Day
Late Show FRIDAY and SATURDAY
For Schedule Information
Call WO 1-7917
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Held Over 4th Big Week
Woody Allen Comedy
9 Mi. & Greenfieldd Rd.
AMERICANA 444-8 676
Steve McQueen in
WK. NIGHTS Open 7:00, shown 7:20
10:15. SAT. 7:35 & 10:30
SUN. Open 2:30, shown 3:05
Plus George Segal, Ruth Gordon in
"WHERE'S POPPA?" (R)
Ninety-six per cent of Detroit's
1,322,300 housing units are occu-
pied. Of this amount, 72 per cent
of the dwellings are occupied by
A Cinerama Production
Every Wed. Matinees 1-5, $1
"BILLY JACK" (GP)
TUES., THUR. & FRI. 9:10 only. WED.,
SAT., SUN. & LABOR DAY 2:15, 5:45,
"VALDEZ IS COMING"
TUES., THUR. & FRI. 7:30. WED., SAT.,
SUN. & LABOR DAY 4:15, 7:50
2 blks. S. 15 Mi.
WK. NIGHTS, 8:45 only, SAT. 6:10, 9:00,
SUN. 4:25, 7:20, 10:10.
Starts Sept. 15th
3RD BIG WEEK
Tom Loughlin & Delores Taylor in
BLOOMFIELD W' MI.
S.Woodward at Maple
Matinee every Wednesday. Doors
"ALL ABOUT SEX" (X)
Held Over 3rd Week
World Premiere—Exclusive Showing
Seeks Jewish Outlet
in Hasidic Music
A Rob. Wise Production
"THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN" (G)
Mon. thru Fri. at 7:00 & 9:30
Wed. Sat. & Sun. at 2:05, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30
No one will be seated during last 10
WED. MATINEE—Adults admission $1
Warren at Miller Road
"SUMMER OF '42" (R)
WED., SAT. SUN. & LABOR DAY 2:45,
THUR., FRI., MON., TUES. 6:25, 10:00.
"WAIT UNTIL DARK"
WED., SAT., SUN. & LABOR DAY 1:00,
4:40, 8:10. THUR. FRI., MON., TUES
Wed. Si until 5:00
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Banquet Facilities. Special rates on
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"I NEVER SANG FOR
SAT. & SUN. SPEC. CHILDREN'S
Matinee. All seats 75 cents. Open 12:30.
RAMAT GAN — Andre Hajdu,
senior music instructor at Bar-
Ilan University, is a transplanted
Hungarian whose newly awakened
interest in his Jewish heritage has
resulted in a search for an authen-
tic musical expression drawing
upon the early Jewish tradition in
Recently he caught the public
eye with a play "Ludus Pascalis"
based on original Medieval Passion
Plays with telts from the Mishna
and Talmud. It was performed for
the special pair of concerts called
"Testimonium," which presented
new works based on Jewish sub-
jects drawn from the Middle Ages.
After he come to Israel in
1963, he turned his attention to
the study of the music of the
Hasidim. He began to make spe-
cial arrangements of Hasidic
music for the festivals of Habad
Recently he composed a suite
for string quartet using Hasidic
melodies, and in portions of his
"Ludus Pascali s" he tried to
imitate the music of Gemara study.
Hajdu's first contribution to music
education in Israel in an anthology
of 100 Hasidic dance tunes, which
he has compiled together with
Yaakov Mazor, with whom he is
conducting his research on Hasi-
New Yiddish Theater
to Open in November
NEW YORK (JTA) — A new
Yiddish Repertory Theater will be
inaugurated in November by Ben
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Smulik Goldstein, Bernard Sauer
Jennifer O'Neill & Gary Grimes in
and Eli Rubinstein.
"SUMMER OF '42" (R)
Bonus will create his Yiddish
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classical Yiddish works which
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The plays will be updated and
The 39th annual concert series
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series are Roger Wagner and the
Westminster Chorale, Oct. 16;
Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet,
Nov. 14; Pirin, Bulgaria's national
dance group, Dec. 5; John Lill,
English pianist, Jan. 22; the Vien-
na Opera production of "Die Fle-
dermaus," Feb. 14; and the Na-
tional Orchestra of Belgium, Feb.
Series will feature Fred Waring
and his Pennsylvanians, Nov. 5,
and Ferrante and Teicher, Mar2h
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five concerts are Tyrolerfest,
Sol Hurok's outstanding group of
Austrian ententainers, Oct. 9;
Young Americans, national tele-
vision stars, Feb. 13, and a
Skitch Henderson Show, Nov. 21.
An International Dance Series
will consist of five dance attrac-
tions from five different countries.
Yugoslavia's Frula Dance Co. re-
turns Oct. 17. A new company
from Mexico, Ballet Aztlan, makes
its first appearance here Nov. 6.
On Dec. 3, the Broln Co. from
Czechoslovakia makes its Detroit
debut and the Osipov balalaikas
and Bolshoi dancers return Feb. 6.
The Netherlands Dance Theater
makes its first Detroit appearance
U-M Student Gets
NFJC Fellowshi p
NEW YORK — Ten pre-doc-
toral fellowships to American
graduate students in Jewish
studies. and five grants-in-aid to
faculty members teaching and do-
ing research in Jewish studies,
have ,been made by the National
Foundation for Jewish Culture, it
was announced by Rabbi Daniel
Jeremy Silver,- president of the
One of the 10 NFJC 1971-72
Fellows named is Leila R. Avrin, a
history of art major at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, who will write
on "Illuminations of the Moshe
Ben Asher Codex."
The new grants bring to almost
$500,000 the grants made by the
foundation over the last decade.
The awards were recommended
by the Foundation's Academic Ad-
visory Council, of which Prof.
Salo W. Baron of Columbia and
Prof. Harry A. Wolfson of Harvard
are honorary chairmen.
The National Foundation for
Jewish Culture was established in
1960 following a national study
of cultural services sponsored by
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds. It receives al-
locations from Detroit's Jewish
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26 Friday, September 3, 1971
WEEKLY MAGAZINE in Israel,
LaISha (To the Women), devotes
a large section of recent issue to
former Detroiter Bella Goldberg
who moved to Israel over a year
ago on her 62nd birthday . . .
Titled Bella shel HaHazanim (The
Cantor's Bella) it tells of all the
years spent on the piano accomp-
anying cantors herd in Detroit . . .
One picture has Bella at the piano
in accompaniment of Cantor Hy-
man Adler of Bnai David and Can-
tor Louis Klein of Bnai Moshe . . .
Another is taken with all the De-
troit cantors at a farewell party
given for her at Cong. Beth Abra-
ham . . . Bella lives in Natanya
. . . Her two daughters, Louise
and Eleanor are living in kibutzim.
Urim and Gesher Haziv . . . The
Lalsha article, written by Erika
Ozerman, ends with, "Will the Is-
raeli cantors also discover Bella
DATE IS BEING set for the
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman testi-
monial dinner and library in his
name at the new Cong. Beth Abra-
ha mon Maple Rd.
EVIDENCE OF COMMUNITY
cooperation is that of Hyman and
Hattie Aronson going to the Red
Barn Theater in Saugatuck to
bring Center Theater "Fiddler on
the Roof" costumes and props used
by that amateur group . . . The
first-time musical production by
Center Theater is a much-talked-
IT WAS DINNER, and Harrie
Garelick had been peOed at the
way 5-year-old Gary W:A . Teaching
across the table .„eyexrtime_he
an irate voice, s*:. silta";4: `-Gary!
Stop reaching for. thins.! Haven't
you got a tonguen;K. Lookingtip,
the youngster replig4 "Yes, mom-
my, but my arm is longer."
LESLIE AND FRAN BALL,
former Detroiters, have left after
a two-week visit from New York
with 11-month-old son Jason Har-
ley . . .,:Sorry kids, for the col-
umn typo_ error of Jason being 24
NOTE TO SON SCOTT . . .
looks like we don't get the little
dog Joe and Fay Braver said
would become a new member of
our household . . . Their daughter
Sharon and her hubby Myron Led-
erman are taking Alfie with them
to live in Chicago.
QUITE A TEAM . . . that of
George Steinberger and Jack Ep-
stein . . . The Detroit Business-
man's Group, City of Hope, mem-
bers, are a riot with their verbal
HOW MUCH TIME do you
spend cleaning your teeth? . . .
Devote just five minutes to that
task immediately after every meal
and the chances are you'll seldom
need a dentist . . . "Put it this
way," Dr. Elroy Woolf says, "The
blood circulating in your gums is
like trains.coming into Grand Cen-
tral Terminal . . . The old trains
must be shunted back to the yards
so that new trains can conic in.
And the old blood has to be mas-
saged out of the gums so that fresh
blood can circulate there. Isn't
that clear?" . . . We told him he
ought to write a book . . . "Good
idea as soon as I get some time,"
remarked Roy. "I'll call it, 'The
Are Coming.' "