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March 17, 1972 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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Taro Meyer Will Sing for Film Shot in Israel

LOS ANGELES — Taro Meyer
has been signed .by producers
Richard Benware and Donald West
to sing the title tune for "Catch a
Pebble," El Sol Productions' new
love story filmed on location in
Istael. James F. Collier directed.
Marilyn and Alan Bargman
wrote the lyric to Michel Lagrand's
music.
Joanna Pettat, TUVia Tavi and

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OR TRY BIMBO'S FAMOUS SANDWICHES.
ALSO WINE ON TAP.
• DEUCATESSIN FAVORITES
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William Jordan star in the drama.
, Miss Meyer,.co starred with Joie
Ferrer in the road company' of
"Man of La Mancha" and is ap-
pearing in Joseph Papp's "Iphi-
ginia" at the New York Shake-
speare Festival.

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Govt. to Provide Kosher

Food for Elderly Jews

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — Ida
Kaminska; 'world-renowned Yid-
dish actieks,=aiid41'Iro s upe of 12
actors -will- ',revive Yiddish Art
theater in;.Philidelphil. Six per
form ances of "Mirele Efros"
Monday to March . 26 will be
brought -here through the efforts
of the YM/YWHA branch of the
Jewish Ys and Centers.
Miss Kaminska, the lead, is the
grand lady of Yiddish theater in
the world today. An actress for
55 years, she managed and direct-
ed the Jewish State Theater of
Poland from 1946 until she emi-
grated in 1969.
Her portrayal of the old woman
in the film "The Shop on Main
Street- was a world success and
brought her a nomination for the
Best Actress Academy Award in
1967.

NEW YORK,. (JTA)—Kosher
food will be provided to elderly
Jews under Federal auspices for
the first time when the Bratemas-
Pepper-Kennedy bill, which has
been approved by both House and
Senate, is signed by President
Nixon, according to- the Office for
the Aging of New York City.
The bill provides for expenditure
of $10,000,000 in fiscal 1972 and
$13,000,000 in . 1973 to provide nu-
tritious meals for the elderly in
New York State. Half of that sum Jewell Chorale to Honor
is expected to go to New York City.

Mrs. Silber in Concert

The Kenneth Jewell Chorale will
present a special concert in honor
of Mrs. Albert J. Silber, patron
IS FAMOUS FOR
of the arts, and executive secre-
tary and administrative manager
THE WONDERFUL FOOD YOU LOVE?,
of the Kenneth Jewell Chorale
WHOLE. STUFFED WHITE FISH
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The concert, to be field 8 p.m.
• PICKLED FISH •
,Cemplehe Lbw of Sandwich Coory-Mof
Monday at Wayne State Univer-
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will feature the Zoltan Kodaly
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THE :DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Yiddish Theater Revived 46—Friday, March 17, 1972
by Actress Ida Kaminska

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