Israel to Admit 200 Beduins from
Jordan as a 'Gesture of .Good Will'
JERUSALEM, (JTA) —Israel that the Beduins from Jordan
'Eighty new congregations will
notified the Israel-Jordan Mixed will be admitted only if Jordan
be inducted into membership in Dance Company of 50, will
Armistice Commission that it is drops its charge that Israel had
the United Synagogue of Amer- give a single performance at
prepared- to - admit about 200 forced these people across the
ica at its forth-:
the Masonic Temple at 8:20
Beduins from Jordan as "a ges .- border. Israel rejects the Jor-
p.m., Thursday, Nov. 19. Pro-
ture. of good will," although it danian claim that tiv:se Bedou :
duced by the Bayanihan Folk
has MA been proved that these ins had been eith:T forced to
Arts Center of Manila, the
Beduin Arabs lived. in Israel evacuate Isra31 or had been:
nient was made
company scored an enormous
prior to the claim Made -by the "encouraged" to do so.
by Bernath L.
success at the Brussels World'S
A similar request for admis-
Jacobs, nation- 0011-'5;
Fair and has since toured
However, Israel made it clear sion, made through the United
al president of
throughout the world. Ancient
Nations Truce Supervision Or-
and primitive musical instru-
ganization by the United Arab
Syn a•g o gue
ments accompany the dances
JWV Out for Blood
Republic, involving about 200
and all costumes and jewelry
THE BIG HEART of our in Drive on Monday.
other Beduins, has been re-
Jewish community is again ex-
A blood drive is being jected by Israel. Israel has noti-
emplified by the wonderful co-
zation in the
fied the UN Secretariat that it
A full scale membership meet- operation and extended interest planned by the Department of
wil not permit the entry of
ing of the newly f o r m e d in behalf of a needy family we
DIRECT MAIL CLUB will be wrote about a few weeks ago and its Ladies Auxiliary from these Arabs from the South,
The convention will be held at
held Nov. 17 at the Fort Shelby . . . It had all come about when, 6 to 12 p.m., Monday, at the unless they prove satisfactorily
the Concord Hotel, Kiamesha,
Hotel, the club's temporary on the first morning of Rosh Memorial Home, 4095 W. Davi- that they lived here prior to
N. Y., Nov. 15 - 19.
their alleged "evacuation."
JERRY SKLAR, an- Hashanah, a boy of 15, wearing son.
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Irving Cane, department com-
blue jeans and a T-shirt, rode
Ginger Rogers returns to the
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his one-pedal bike all the way mander, and Mrs. John Nemon,
musical stage as the Star of
SHERMAN FAMILY CLUB from the Herman Gardens proj- auxiliary president, announce
the new Leslie Stevens-Vernon
Duke musical will meet at 8:30 p.m., Satur- ect at Southfield and Joy Rd. that blood donors will be elig-
comedy, "The day, in the home of Mr. and to the Beth Aaron Synagogue ible for many prizes to be
Pink Jungle," Mrs. Sam Center, 2138 Victoria, on Wyoming and Curtis . . . His awarded. Refreshments will be
which Paul Windsor. A social hour will fol- mother and father are both served.
deaf mutes, and the dad was
Blood bank chairmen, Mel
GregorY a n d low the business meeting.
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out of a job . . . The youngster Mogill and Mrs. Ida Shein, urge
Mrs. CEIL FEILER, 23445 was given a seat, a talis, and members to bring their friends
at the Shubert Marlow Avenue, Oak Park, has yarmalke . . ..A- group at the and relatives.
Detroit Thea- been appointed as new head synagogue made it somewhat of
ter here start: of the Detroit sales office of a personal project to see that
ing next the Hollywood Beach Hotel and he was properly clothed for the
iThurs d a y Country Club, Hollywood, Fla. holidays and that the family.
also consisting of two other
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Ginger Rogers through N o v.
And His Orchestra
28. The show plays bere prior
The Wayne State University ceived food . . . So far, thanks
to a Broadway opening- in Janu-
Wild e's "THE IMPORTANCE Aaron, and special concern by
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- Xxim victla'a•
"The Challenge to Freedom" OF BEING EARNEST" opens many of our readers, the fam-
is the theme of "American Nov. 13, 8:30 p.m., with addi- ily's immediate needs have
performances Nov. 14, been taken. care of . . . One of
Jewish Congress Month," which tional
19, 20 an -1 21. She cast includes the members has found tempo-
will be launch-
Martin S'• - ':er and Rosalyn rary employment for the father
ed by Sen.
until something more permanent
Stuart S y m-
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comes up . . . They are now
ingt on (D.,
SHIMON BEN ELIEZER, of trying hard to help get him a
MO.) at a
Israel, assistant to, the treasurer hearing. aid . . . The list of
brunch in New
of the Jewish Agency, is the persons who have written or
first recipient of the Henry called wishing to help is quite
v elt Hotel
Wineman International Fellow- big . . . but certainly no bigger
30 Years of Electronics
ships. He will arrive in the than their hearts!
Let us show you our latest designs in
U. S. from Israel in December
9TH ANNUAL Cabaret Nite
for. a . four-month period of by Men's Club of Beth Aaron
cabinetry and sound arrangements.
across the na--
study of American fund-raising Synagogue will be a catered
- Lion will join Symington
We Maintain a Competent AUDIO STAFF
in a series of "American Jewish techniques, budgeting and social affair at the synagogue, 18000
Congress Month" events during planning. The Wineman Fellow- Wyoming . . . Nov. 15.
Estimates and Designs at No Obligation
November. Part of the celebra- ships were established by Mrs. - EACH YEAR, Bnai Brith
tion will include. a -membership Henry Wineman in memory of Women in the Detroit Metro-
H. & S. HI-FI SHOP, 8556 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park
her husband who was one of politan area, headed by Char-
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the founders of the Council of lotte Edelheit, women's council
BAGLEY SCHOOL PTA will Jewish Federations and Welfare president, just about knock
DaVe Hoptman — Audio Consultant
sponsor a bake sale at an open Funds.
themselves out trying to bring
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house planned by Bagley School
the best possible show they can
teachers and staff at 7:30 p.m.,
DR. S. NEIL JACOBS was arrange of their annual big star-
Monday. The program is in elected a member of the board studded revue . . . And this
keeping with the theme of of the Michigan Chiropody As- time, the gals have come up
American Education Week. The sociation at the annual meeting with just about the greatest
bake sale is the PTA's only last week - end. Dr. W. W. talent in the country! . . . Head-
15301 E. Jelterson at Beaconsfield
fund-raising project of the year. DeHart of Flint was elected lining the usual sell-out shindig
VA 2 4118
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(over 5,000 seats) at the Fox
Luncheons 11 to 3 — Dinners 5100
to 10:30. Suppers 10:30 to 2 a.m.
Theater, Nov. 10, will be top
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MARION MILLER, whose
nitery and TV comic Joey
story "My Dark Days as a
3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
Mrs. ABRAHAM A. RIBI- Bishop, who, while talking to
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
Counterspy" appears in the cur: COFF, wife of the Governor
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods fox
rent edition of Reader's Digest, of Connecticut, and ALTHEA Ida Stein,. BB Women's Coun-
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
cil program chairman, told her
spent her childhood in Detroit.
SILVERMAN, author, will re- he played in more night-clubs
She is the daughter of Mrs.
than a headwaiter! . . . Joey ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods; Steaks,
Harry Freed, formerly of De-
trOit and now of Los Angeles, Award for being "notable wom- spent four years with the army Chops, Chicken Club Sandwiches. Short Orders. Delicious Hamburger".
Calif., and the late Mr. Freed. en in the religiouS and' civic stationed at a prisoner of war "Served as you like it."
life of Connecticut," at a camp where he got a great kick
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20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 11/2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
Open 24 Hours
luncheon of the National Wom- out of shouting orders in Jew-
At the tender age of five, en's League of the United Syn-
CLARA WARD, who will ap- agogue of America at the ish at the German soldiers .. . MARIA'S PIZZERIA
pear with the Ward Singers Statler-Hilton Hotel in Hart- Also on the show will be the
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
wonderful Four Lads and Bas
at the Scottish. Rite Audito- ford on Monday.
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
Sheva, daughter of a cantor,
rium of Masonic Temple at
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7101 PURITAN—Open Ti a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
8:20 p.m., Nov. 20, charmed .
BENJAMIN LEVINSON, foremost international singers
the congregation of Philadei-
of our time . . . Sylvia Dreyling- CLAM SHOP and BAR
phia's Ebenezer Baptist Church president of the Franklin Mort-
er, overall fund raising chair-
with the sacred songs . her gage Corporation, has signed man, can be rightly proud of Serving! Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Food"
mother, a choir leader, taught a lease with the First Na- the women in the 27 chapters, Music by Muzak •
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
her. Mrs. Gertrude Ward, rec- tional Building Corporation who have conducted an intense
Best! Pies baked on prem.
ognizing the innate talent of
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
campaign to raise funds for the
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
her young daughter, made sure offices of the Franklin Mort- philanthropies, locally and na-
Clara received a complete mu- gage Corporation will be lo- tionally, that Bnai Brith helps BEEF BUFFET
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Blk. E. of Evergreen
sical education, beginning with cated at 915 First National to support . . . Their goal of
piano lessons at the age of
$100,000 is nearing reality . .
DUBBS BEEF BUFFET
Tickets to the show can be
• PRIME BEEF • SHRIMP • LOBSTER
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Producer JOE- PASTERNAK gotten by calling Esther Cutler,
• DELMONICO STEAK
SAMUEL G. ENGEL, 20th will take time out- from Metro- UN 2-8379 or Diane Blauer,
13300 W. 7 MILE car. LITTLEFIELD
& SUN. to 9 P.M.
Century-Fox motion picture pro- Goldwyn Mayer, to accept an VE 8-7283.
ducer and president of Bran- award by the American-Hungar-
The Cundari reach the finest
JOIN THE PARADE in the
cuisine in a continental back-
deis Institute, announces the ian community of Cleveland Fall Blood Drive by Perfection
ground with a choice of Amer-
appointment of HARVEY L. (with the largest Hungarian Lodge, F. & A. M. 486, at Ma-
ican and European specialties.
EDWARDS, former public rela- population in the world outside sonic Temple, Nov. 11 . . . 4 to
Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
tions aide to Oscar Hammer- of Budapest), naming him the 10 p.m. . . . It's Armistice Day,
ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
Snacks 'till 4 a.m.
stein, II, as Administrator of year's outstanding American and a great way to say, "They
20021' W.McNicnols car. Evergreen — For Reservations — KE 3-2766
w of Hungarian deqepnt
onvo_cl roan VtJPI
When all conventions explode
m the most daring love story ever filmed!
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