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January 16, 1976 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-16

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World Waal Comedy Film will Be Remade

BY HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Mel
Frank will co-produce, write
and direct the musical re-
make of the Ernst Lubitsch
World War II screen com-
edy, "To Be or Not to Be,"
with Mel Brooks and his
wife Anne Bancroft recreat-
ing the roles of a Polish
stage "Hamlet" and his ac-

tress-spouse, originally por- the Polish underground and
trayed by the late Jack they wind up impersonating
Benny and Carole Lombard, Nazi officers, Jack being
with Felix Bressart then made a "fake" colonel.
contributing the character
Irving A. Fein, in his intiL
of an old Jewish performer mate Jack Benny biography
caught in Warsaw when the (Putnam), relays that
city is overrun by the Ger- Meyer Kubelsky, Benny's
man military might.
- father — an Orthodox Jew
The
Shakespearean from Russia — objected to
troupe, in the original ver- the picture refusing to
sion, becomes involved with speak to his son because he

had seen him in a Nazi uni-
form.
"The Hindenburg,"
deals with the air disaster
of the last dirigible; a ca-
tastrophe foreshadowing a
much larger tragedy, Hit-
ler's onslaught on Europe

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OLSONITE
INTERNATIONAL
INVITATIONAL
TENNIS
CLASSIC

Friday,
January 23,1976
7:30 p.m.

ROUND ROBIN
SINGLES

FEATURING,

MARK COX

WORN
BORG

ROD
LAVER

$11,500

IN PRIZE/MONEY

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Cocktail Party with the participants after the competition, champagne or
wine and snacks set up with table seating on the floor and souvenirs.) -

$15.00 GOLD Ticket (includes Cocktail Party with the participants after
the competition and a prime seat location at center court.)'

'Floor and Gold tickets available at Olympia Travel (Maple at Lahser) in
Birmingham and Olympia Stadium only and quantities are LIMITED.

$6.00 and $5.00 RESERVED-- ($2.00 Off for children 12 and uhder) and
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Mail early for the best seats to: Olsonite Tennis Classic, Olympia Stadium,

5920 Grand River, Detroit. Michigan 48208. Certified check or money or-
der ONLY. Enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope.

Name
Phone
Address
City & State
Zip
tickets at
please send me
Please charge to my MASTER CHARGE

Signature

For the first time in the
organization's 45 year his-
tory, the Variety Club of
Detroit, Tent 5, has elected
the son of a past president.
Marty Zide, son of four-
time past president, Jack
Zide was recently elected
chief barker (president) of
the organization.
Elected with the younger
Zide were Bob Allison and
Burt Levy, assistants (vice
presidents); Gene Graham,
dough guy (treasurer); and
Bill Marcus, property mas-
ter (treasurer).

Canvasmen (board of
directors) include: Bill

OLYMPIA STADIUM

TICKETS:

MARTY ZIDE

Brown, Sandy Friedman,
Fred Goldberg, Tom Juza,
Joe Kelly, Sam Oshry,
Charles Pavella and Sam
Russo.
The variety club cares for
sick or handicapped chil-
dren. It supports the growth
and development center at
Childrens' Hospital of Mich-
igan.

Concert Series
Set at Oakland U •

Violinist Mischa Mischak-
off and pianist Flavio Var-
ani will perform the 10 Bee-
thoven piano and violin
sonatas in a series of three
concerts, 4 p.m. Sunday,
Jan. 25 and Feb. 1 in the
Varner Recital Hall at Oak-
land University.
Tickets are available at
the door. For information,
call Oakland University de-
partment of music,
377-2030.

Road Deaths Drop

=$
Good Thru

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Road deaths in Israel were
down 10 percent last year,
mainly because. of the law
requiring drivers to wear
seat belts, Transport Minis-
ter Gad Yaacobi reported.

that was to cause casual-
ties a million times the
number of 36 men de-
voured by nature at Lake-
hurst, N.J. on May 6, 1937.
The book by Michael M.
Mooney and the scenario
extend the factual account
of the blow-up into the spec-
ulative sphere of sabotage
though there are no records
of a bomb plot.
It is dubious that there
was any underground
against the Hitler regime in
Germany, especially in
those earlier days when the
citizenry identified com-
pletely with aims and
achievements of the Nazis.

`Civil War Caused by Palestinians'

TUNIS (ZINS) — The
harried government of Le-
banon is making strenuous
efforts to exact guarantees
from other Arab regimes
that the Palestinian terror-
ists now situated in Leba-
non will -respect the sover-
eignty and independence of
Lebanon, according to relia-

MOVIE GUIDE

Americana Complex

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
A report filed by Jewish
Agency Comptroller Ben-
sion Meiri sharply criticizes
the Organization Depart-
ment of World Zionist Or-
ganization headed by Avra-
ham Shenker.
The report covering the
last two years charges that
the department had a
budget of one million
pounds expended in 29 Zion-
ist federations abroad; and
that 21 of these recipients
have furnished no financial
reports on how the money
was spent.
The .report also criticizes
the choice of emissaries sent
by the Youth and Hehalutz
Department, many of whom
are not fluent in the lan-
guage of the country to
which they are sent.

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Comptroller Hits
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ble sources.
The Christian leadership
in Lebanon, including its
president, have declared
that the main cause of the
bloody civil war in thei*
country is the presence I
there of almost 400,000 Pa-
lestinians of whom some
20,000 are active terrorists.

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FRIDAY AND SAT.
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Sunday open at 1

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GENERAL CINEMA THEATRES

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ONE OF THE TEN BEST
PICTURES OF 1975 —

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PLO Training

in Russian Camp

CHICAGO — Newsweek
reports that Moscow has
begun a new program to im-
prove the military skills of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, and Red
Army instructors have al-
ready started . drilling PLO
trainees at a camp in the
Crimea.
The course will run two
years, and the early arriv-
als, estimated at 50 or '60,
will eventually be built up to
company or possibly battal-
ion strength. The camp was
used in the past to train Cu-
bans and during recent
years, Africans, principally
Angolans. ,

Israel Is Seeking
Foreign Students

JERUSALEM — Israel's
seven academic institutions,
in which between 50,000 and
60,000 students are enrolled,
could admit another 20,000
students from overseas to
help avert the financial
crises they face, according
to Eliezer Rafaeli, chairman
of the Committee of Heads
of Institutions of Higher
Education.
The Jerusalem Post re-
ported that Rafaeli, who is
president of Haifa Univer-
sity, said that many of
America's half-million Jew-
ish university students
could be persuaded to come
to Israel, expecially for
summer programs.

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