THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Tel Aviv Gets Sheraton Hotel
WHAT DO YOU SAY to
FUN FAIR by Adat
someone who has taken Shalom begins tomorrow
your American Flag? . . . night with an art auction
19-year-old Tony, son of and festival . . . Sunday
Dorothy and Jack Milan, at and Monday from noon un-
Jax Kar Wash on Wood- til 11, the fair will be in
ward in Birmingham, had full swing with rides,
the experience . . . The red, games, flea market, bake
white and blue banner had sale, art sale and bingo at
been taken down because of night . . . Winning trip to
rain threat and lay folded Israel for two will be
. . . The customer put it in drawn Monday eve.
her purse . . . Tony, gaining
REAL NAME of belly
his word power back, asked dancer Cheryl Stewart,
if she had taken the flag mentioned in a recent col-
. . . "Yes, it was just lying umn, is Sharon Stewart
there. And what a shame to (Bill) . . . She is the daugh-
let such a pretty thing not ter of Lester and Lillian
Shindler of Brody's Boy's
YEARS BACK, Ida Wear in Oak Park, and is a
Korby and Arthur Swartz part-time medical tran-
attended an engagement scriptionist at Plymouth X-
party given for friends who Ray Clinic . . . 22-year old
today are Minnie and Al Sharon teaches belly danc-
Tucker . . . Ida went there ing at Oakland Community
with a date, but he made the College, privately and down-
mistake of walking away town YWCA.
SIGHT SCENES . . .
. . . Arthur moved into the
picture and wasted no time Ben Zussman bemoaning
. . . proposing just an hour the prices at a super market
after meeting her . . . He as he tells of things cheaper
wasn't so fast with the "I elsewhere . . . Alfred Klu-
Do" bit though, waiting nover quietly waiting in the
three years to middle-aisle long line to check out . . .
it with Ida . . . June 23 will and still smiling . . . Mary
Rose finally getting through
be their 40th anniversary.
AL WINKLER, 8-year with her shopping and a
counter man at Nosherie in rough time it was, she says
Lincoln Center, was born in .. . coming to her car
Hadera, Israel, on the Medi- which, to top everything off,
terranean between Tel Aviv had been hit in the parking
and Haifa . . . Came here lot . . . Bell Rovin carrying
when 10-years old . . . art supplies around as she
Father, Sol Winkler, discov- draws interesting folks on a
ered that the only surviving pad . . . Bell does it for
members of his family, two kicks, but is an accom-
brothers, lived in America plished and recognized art-
. . . one in New York, who ist.
THE STUDENTS at
he didn't think survived the
concentration camp, and the Henry Ford Community
other in Detroit . . . Sol ar- College did a fantastic job
rived here with wife, Susan, with their "Good Time '20's"
Al and 7-year old daughter spring festival last week
Lillian . . . He had been . . . Dance marathon,
captured by the Nazis but speakeasy, gaming a la Ve-
got a German uniform and gas . . . with everyone hav-
with his blond hair plus ing a rip-roaring time as
ability to talk German, was they helped people live . . .
able to impersonate an offi- Much of the proceeds went
cer . . .' Sol cooked for Nazi to Blood Pressure Control
generals . . . got to Italy, . . . Many folks saw it at
met Susan, then to Israel by home on the various TV
illegal ways, where he be- news channels and came out
came a soldier and police- to join in the fun . . . The
man . . . Then to America young folks of Henry Ford
Community College deserve
15 years ago.
every praise they receive!
"IN MY 53 YEARS as a
DEFINITION of a litter-
pawnbroker," says Percy bug . . . Strew-ball.
Swartz, I never came across
LOOKING BACK on
anything so screwy." Columns of Yesteryear . .
. . . He had taken in an am- Aug. 11, 1967 . . . "Favorite
plifier, which was in pawn Stories . . . from Sam Boris
for a month when a call in California . . . about
came and Percy's nephew when they were making the
Doug, brother Bert's son, $5 million epic a few years
took it . . . The fellow said back, called "The King of
he had a rattlesnake at Kings," a press release said
home but it was missing that the producer was keep-
. . . Doug took a flashlight ing the plot a secret . .
and looked in the amplifier Sam's friend on the Los
but no rattler . . . Then he Angeles Examiner called
took it apart, but still no the press agent and asked
rattler . . . The gent on the what the release meant . .
other end felt bad . . . but The agent explained that
everyone at Al's Loan Office the producer wanted it that
felt very good that Doug way . . . 'Well,' said Sam's
didn't find the rattlesnake.
friend. 'I know a book that
ERRATA . . . Gent who has the plot in it. It's called
recently celebrated 70th "The New Testament."'
birthday was Max Grazda, . . . 'For Pete's sake,'
BOSTON — Sheraton will
manage a 22-story,
400-room deluxe beachfront
hotel under construction in
Announcement of the
long-term agreement was
made jointly by Howard P.
James, chairman and presi-
dent of The Sheraton Corp.,
and Ignatz Bubis and Emi-
lio Bruns of Hotel Cosmo-
politan Ltd., owners. The
Due This Weekend
Two art auctions will be
conducted this weekend by
Harry Weinsaft, curator of
the Kingsley Gallery in
The first will be held
10:30 p.m. Saturday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue when
more than 300 works in all
media will be auctioned. A
preview with refreshments
will be held at 9:30. There is
a nominal charge.
The second will take place
2:30 p.m. Sunday in the ball-
room of Kingsley Inn. An
entire art collection of more
than 400 pieces in all media
will up for bidding. A pre-
view will be held at 1:30. The
public is invited at no
Sets OP Concert
A chamber orchestra
composed of Oak Park Sym-
phony Orchestra members
will present a concert 9 p.m.
Wednesday at the Oak Park
The group will offer selec-
tions from the works of
Strauss, Covelli, Holst,
Stamitz, Mozart, Vivaldi
and other composers of
string orchestra music.
The performance is
jointly sponsored by the
Friends of the Oak Park
Library and the Oak Park
Symphony. Admission is
new Tel Aviv-Sheraton Ho-
tel is scheduled to open by
The hotel, which is lo-
cated on the beach on Hay-
arkon St. in downtown Tel
Aviv overlooking the Medi-
terranean, will have a
130-seat grill room and two
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Israel to Attend
Paris Air Show
PARIS (JTA) — Israel
will participate in the an-
nual Paris air show opening
The new Israeli fighter
jet, "Kfir," will not, how-
ever, be presented, at the re-
quest of the French organiz-
ers of the show.
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