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November 04, 1988 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-04

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When it's time
for charity work,
Monty Hall
never hides
behind door
No. 1, 2 or 3

I GOING PLACES 1

WEEK OF NOV. 4.10

SPECIAL EVENTS

DISNEY'S WORLD ON ICE
Joe Louis Arena, Detroit,
"Mickey's Diamond Jubilee,"
Tuesday through Nov. 13,
admission. 567-6000.
FROST MIDDLE SCHOOL
14041 Stark, Livonia, holiday
arts and crafts show with 140
artists and crafts people,
Saturday, 10 a.m, to 4 p.m.
Proceeds benefit Frost students.

THEATER

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Known for his television work, Monty Hall has also been an actor, singer, comedian and
sportscaster.

Deal Him In

N

o one will have to wave
signs or dress up in strange
costumes in order to draw
Monty Hall's attention on
Monday. Hall long-time
host of television's frenetic "Let's
Make a Deal,” game show, will be the
master of ceremonies at the Michigan
Jewish Sports Hall of Fame induction
dinner at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek. The job may seem mundane
when compared with playing host on
one of the most popular game shows
in TV history, but for Hall — who
never asks for a fee when he works for
charitable or non-profit causes — this
job is much more satisfying than a
straight entertainment job.
Charitable work, says Hall, "has
given me more than anything could
give me. Next to my family, that's the
most important part of life. Every
time you build a hospital wing or
raise a few million dollars for some
handicapped children's endeavor or

raise money for Israel, these are the are: Israel Bonds (King David Award,
twice, and the Sword of Haganah
things that warm you up."
Naturally, someone as entertain- Award); Canadian Hadassah (Cana-
ing and as generous with his time as dian Award, first recipient); Bar-Ilan
Hall is will be busy. His October University (Menachem Begin Award);
calendar included a show in Atlanta and Jewish Homes for the Aging
for the Variety Club — Hall is the in- (Statesman Clubs Humanitarians of
ternational chairman of that the Year award, along with his wife,
organization, which raises money for Marilyn).
Hall has been vice-chairman of
handicapped children. He did a fund-
the
UJA
in Los Angeles for 20 years.
raiser for a hospital in Winnipeg,
Manitoba, and received an honorary He is a national board member, enter-
degree from a Philadelphia hospital. tainment division, for Israel Bonds
He appeared at a New York event and is an international board member
benefitting Special Olympics, played of the Israel Tennis Centers.
Hall was the chairman of the
in a golf tournament and will speak
for the United Jewish Appeal in War- Anti-Defamation League golf tourna-
ren, Ohio, just before arriving in ment in Caesaria, Israel, and has led
Detroit. Hall adds that he has spoken tours to Israel for the UJA and Tel
for the UJA "in probably every ma- Aviv University.
Hall isn't boastful while describ-
jor city in this country and Canada,"
including Detroit "a couple of years ing his charity work. He does not
sound like someone asking for ap-
ago?'
Among the many organizations proval. Rather, he describes
which have honored Hall for his work something which is done from a deep-

BIRMINGHAM THEATER
211 S. Woodward, Birmingham,
I'm Not Rappaport, now through
Dec 18, admission.. 644-3533,
HILBERRY AND
BONSTELLE THEATERS
Wayne St. University, Detroit,
Georgia Peach, about former
Detroit Tiger star Ty Cobb, now
through Dec. 9, Hilberry; A Life
in the Theater, now through Dec.
15, Hilberry; How to Succeed in
Business Without Really Trying,
now through Sunday, Bonstelle,
admission. 577 2972.
GREENFIELD VILLAGE
Museum Theater, Dearborn,
Laura, now through Nov. 12,
admission. 271-.1620.
MEADOW BROOK THEATER
Oakland University, Rochester,
The Comedy of Errors, now
through Nov. 27, admission.
377 3300.
THE THEATER COMPANY
Smith Theater, University of
Detroit, Total Abandon, now
through Sunday, Thursday
through Nov. 13, Nov. 17 20,
admission. 927 1130.
MICHIGAN OPERA
THEATER
Fisher Theater, Detroit, Follies,
now through Sunday,admission.
874-7878.
STAGECRAFTERS
415 S. Lafayette, Royal Oak,
Baby, today through Sunday,
Thursday through Nov. 13, Nov.
16-20, admission. 541-6430.
MARQUIS THEATRE
135 E. Main St., Northville,
Shenandoah, now through Nov.
13; admission, 349 8110.
PERFORMANCE NETWORK
408 W. Washington, Ann Arbor,
The Richest Dead Man Alive,
now through Sunday, admission.
663-0681.
FARMINGTON PLAYERS
32332 W. 12 Mile, Farmington
Hills, The Foreigner, now
through Sunday, Thursday

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