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May 31, 1985 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 31, 1985

Don't miss this opportunity
for a bright summer smile.

THE MAGIC MAN

The established practice of Dr. Raymond Meyers, D.M.D.
of Bloomfield Hills is offering a special
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• keep your teeth sparkling white
• avoid cavities • prevent gum disease
special reduced rate — $18.00*
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Jerusalem Theater Offers
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Jerusalem — The lights are on
at the Jerusalem Sherover Thea-
ter six nights a week, and the hall
is usually 85 percent full, but that
is not enough for Public Relations
Director Shlomit Harburger.
"We want the theater active as
many hours as possible every day,
as many days as possible a year,"
she says. "Sometimes we have five
activities taking place in 12 hours
— a children's performance in the
morning, an orchestra rehearsal
in the afternoon, a concert in the
evening,. an outdoor show in the
plaza and a late night jazz jam
session."
Inflation and budget cuts have
yet to hit the Jerusalem Theater,
situated in the heart of the ele-
gant Talbieh neighborhood. In
1983, 12,000 people subscribed to
theater, music and dance series at
the theater and Harburger says
this number is not likely to drop.
In fact, three new music subscrip-
tion series will be introduced this
year.
"People are in need of culture
and entertainment," the PR direc-
tor explains, "and they won't stop
going to the theater. But today
they are more -choosy about what
they see."
Ticket sales, supplemented by a
small municipal grant, cover all

the running costs of the theater.
But Harburger is not optimistic
that this will last. "The price that
we can charge for tickets just
doesn't keep up with inflation,"
she explains, "and we'll have to
start cutting back soon."
One of the first things affected
may be the four-year-old free
Saturday morning program,
which attracts some 850 people to
the theater twice a month. "This
program is equivalent to an
American-talk-show, except that
it's not televised or broadcast on
the radio," says Maya Bailey, pro-
ducer of the bi-weekly meetings.
Shimon Peres, Yitzhak Rabin,
Moshe Arens, Ezer Weizman and
the late Moshe Dayan and Yigal
Yadin have all participated in the
program. Poet Yehuda Amichai,
architects David Resnik and
David Kroyenka and actors
Rachel Marcus and Raphael
Klatschkin have also spoken.

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A feature which will remain
free is the regular display of ex-
hibitions in the foyer of the thea-
ter. These include photography,
weaving, pottery, painting, col-
lages and rugs. Individual artists
can also exhibit in the theater's
small gallery.

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