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December 07, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 7, 1973-27

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`Guys and Dolls to Run to Dec. l5

"Guys and Dolls," the
Damon R u n y on musical
about the "night people" of
Broadway, will be presented
8:30 p.m. weekdays, 7:30
p.m. Sundays (with a special
matinee 2 p.m. this Sunday)
through Dec. 15 at the Jew-
ish Center.

"Sakharov Speaks
Knopf 1974 Book

Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., will
publish in the early spring
of 1974 a book by the dis-
tinguished Russian physicist
Andrei Sakharov. To be titled
"Sakharov Speaks," the book
will contain a selection of
the most important recent
writings and statements by
Dr. Sakharov on the urgent
problems of intellectual free-
dom, the protection of human
rights, disarmament, and re-
duction of international ten-
sions.
The documents, letters, in-
terviews, statements and
other materials to be in-
cluded in the volume will be
edited by Harrison Salisbury
of the New York Times, who
will also provide an intro-
duction.
Publication of "Sakharov
Speaks" has been authorized
by Dr. Sakharov.

Trader Vic Manager

Among the songs made
popular in the play are "If I
were a Bell," "Bushel and a
Peck" and "Luck Be a Lady
Tonight." Musical director
is Mack Pitt, orchestra lead-
er, conductor, arranger and
musician.
Other members of the pro-
duction team are Frank Pi-
card, president of Center
Theater and producer, Edgar
Guest III, entertainer, actor
and producer, and director of
"Guys and Dolls:" and Den-
nis East and Denise Szykula,
choreographers.
Residents of Borman Hall
and other Jewish senior citi-
zens will be the guests of
Center Theater. For informa-
tion, call the Center, 341 - 4200.

Wim A. Theuvenet has
been appointed manager of
Trader Vic's, it was an-
nounced jointly by Arthur N.
Gimson, general manager of
the Detroit Hilton and the
Trader Vic organization with
headquarters in San Fran-
cisco.
Theuvenet was transferred
from Trader Vic's in St.
Petersburg. Born on the is-
land of Billiton, Indonesia
(the former Dutch East In-
dies), he received his formal
education in Nijmegen, Hol-
land.

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Harry (Blackie) Black was
Good Lunch
a funfest shindig with 120
You, clients, customers, col-
folks jamming the inside
leagues will all enjoy our
and outside of grandchildren
food, service and atmosphere!
Earle and Elaine Mostyn's
* SEA FOOD * COCKTAILS * STEAKS
home . . . with seating in a
backyard tent, their dining
* PARTY CATERING
room and recreation room
OPEN SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
. . . Tent was heated, but
DAILY FROM 11:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M.
weatherman cooperated with
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483-8200
Ah, if the rich were rich almost 50 degree. weather
• WE HONOR MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
as the poor fancy riches. — . . . Ethel and Harry were
Ralph Waldo Emerson.
married in Toronto, from
where an entourage of 35
came to help celebrate the
golden shindig . . . Guests
Leo Kaplan and Sam Zafron
tended bar until help arrived
You can. At the Coach and Four. It all begins with chilled tomato juice.
. . . and the "young mar-
Followed by Roast leg of lamb au jus, mint sauce, of course, our special salad,
ried" couple were given a
choice of vegetable. freshly baked hot bread and beverage. All for just
trip to Hawaii from his in-
$4.95. And now, we've set your evening to music with the one, the only
vited brother of Morgenthau
Bob Hawkin. His sophisticated piano sets the mood Monday
Bnai Brith Lodge of which
through Saturday from 6 until midnight.
he is a charter member,
other friends and family .. .
Asked how she was enjoying
herself, Ethel replied, "ft's
the first time in 50 years
that we haven't had an ar-
gument!"
We bedeck our buffet with everything you'd ever want for breakfast or
29 YEARS AGO, a group
lunch. And even a few surprises that make you glad you're hungry. Come as
of 24 dedicated guys 'n gals
you are. Eat all you want. $3.50 for adults. $1.95 for under-twelves. From 8 a.m.
from the chapter and lodge
Prefer a family Sunday sit-down dinner? You get it by stopping in from
of Louis Marshall. Bnai
5:30 to 10:30. Mom and Dad choose our special dinner at $3.50. And
Brith, organized to help their
kids with minds of their own about food order from a menu of their
people in need .. . folks who
own. Big favorites. At little prices.
needed money for doctors,
medicine and food but were
too proud to go on welfare
. . . Many were helped by
the group . . . This year, the
annual fund raiser by Louis
Don't let anybody practice on your party. Throw your party our way and get
Marshall Benevolent Fund
went to the Israel Emer-
the finest facilities, food, drink and service. And we'll throw in 50 years
gency Fund . . $1,400.
of hosting experience. At no extra cost. Get your ball rolling by calling our
party planner, Karen Smoots, at 357-4700.
KIDDIE KORNER . . . 5-
year-old Gordon Miller, son
of Beverly and Miles Miller,
after being reprimanded for
interrupting, explained, "But
I gotta interrupt to get
started!"

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Conversion Institute
Opens in Miami

F 1 a .
JACKSONVILLE,
(JTA) — An Institute for
Conversion of non-Jews to
Judaism was opened in
Miami Wednesday, according
to Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
president of the Southeast.
Region of the Rabbinical As-
sembly, the association of
Conservative rabbis. Rabbi
Abramovitz said the insti-
tute, which is under the aus-
pices of the United Syna-
gogue of America, the Con-
servative congregational
agency, will provide rabbis
the opportunity to refer pros-
pective converts to an or-
ganized study program based
on Conservative Judaism.

Classifieds Get Quick Results

"Peter Pan," the original
classic story by Sir James
M. Barrie, will be told in a
21/2-hour musical stage show
Feb. 6-17 at Olympia Stadi-
um.
The super extravaganza
"Peter Pan" is produced by
the NBC Entertainment
Corp., whose staff presents
"Disney on Parade."

HAVE
YOUR NEXT
BANQUET
AT
THE

Katskill Kapers Due

Lenn Borovoy's 1974 edi-
tion of the Katskill Kapers
will be presented by Cong.
Beth Achim in an all new re-
view 7:30 p.m. Jan. 13 at
Ford Auditorium. For ticket
information, call the syna-
gogue office, 352-8670.

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