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November 13, 1959 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-13

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Direct JTA Teletype Wire
To The Jewish News

JERUSALEM — Israel paid
tribute to the United Nations
Tuesday for its program of
technical aid to small countries
and reaffirmed its policy to
strengthen the international or-
ganization as a world parlia-
ment.
An exhibition was opened
here in belated observance of
United Nations Day. It featured
displays showing technical aid
rendered Israel by UN agen-
cies. This aid approximated
$3,250,000 since 1950. The ex-
hibition was opened by Gen.
Carl C. Von Horne, Chief of
Staff of the UN Truce Super-
vision Organization, and Eric
Ward, resident representative of
the UN Technical Assistance
Board.
Yaakov Tsur, former Israel

Ambassador to France and act-
ing director general of the
Foreign Ministry, affirmed dur-
ing the ceremonies that Israel's
policy was to support and
strengthen- the UN.
Abba S. Eban, former head of
the Israel delegation to the
UN, praised the world body•for
its technical aid to small coun-
tries.

LISTENING

Harman and Uris
to Address U J A

Avraham H a r m a n, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States, and Leon Uris, author of
the best-selling novel, "Exo-
dus," will be the principal
speakers at the 22nd annual na-
tional conference of the United
Jewish Appeal, at Statler Hilton
Hotel, New York, Dec. 11 to 13.

MASONIC AUDITORIUM — TONIGHT AT 8:20

America's Great Violinist

Isaac STERN

$1.20, ;1.65, $2.20, $2.75, $3,30, $3.85
On Sale at. Grinnell's and Masonic Temple

ONE NIGHT BENEFIT PERFORMANCE

An Evening With . . .

JAN PEERCE

Internationally Famous Concert Singer

FORD AUDITORIUM — NOV. 22, 8:30 P.M.

Tickets at Grinnells Downtown, Marwil Book Stores
N'Land - Mond & Ford Aud. $2.00 - $3.50 - $5.00 - $7.50

ONE NIGHT ONLY
SAT., NOV. 21 — 8:20 P.M.

MASONIC AUDITORIUM

"A RICH AND RARE TREAT!" 11,1iri
"SUPERB THEATRE ! AN EXCITING
EVENING!"

—TERRY,
Herald Tribune



Danny Raskin',

S. HUROK presents

under the auspices of the
America-Israel Cultural Foundation

Israel's Unique Dance 'Theatre
:,
Masonic Temple, 500 Temple Ave.
MAIL ORDERS TO: Encl.
Self-Addressed, Stamped Env.

Tickets at Grinnell's and Masonic Temple:
-$1.65, $2.20, $2.75, $3.30, $3.85

MADISON

NOW!

PAUL MUNI

ONLY
COULD PLAY IT
and already it's being hailed
as his greatest performance!

Add the role of Dr. Sam Abelman
to Mr. Muni's gallery of unforgettable
characterizations ... the blistering
fury and naked power
of. this all-time best-seller !

PRIVATE SOCIAL affair of
the year seems to be the annual
Hallowe'en party given by bar-
rister Jimmy Saperstein and
lovely wife, Kay . . . All the
frivolity and fun galore that go
to make up a community noted
Saperstein Party was in full
force. . . . It was the 15th year
that Jimmy and Kay have held
their fun-fested Hallowe'en
party for 40 people. . . . Prizes
were given to Dave and Lil
Litwin, Morris and Eve Sher,
Rita Lipsky and Helen Berko-
witz. . . . Song and dance man
Harry Gaines was on hand with
his ukelele.
* 5

JUST ABOUT everyone has a
secret ambition in life, and
Gene Ertz has finally reached
his . . . to become a "private
eye." . . . The closest he ever
came was in 1951 while in serv-
ice, working in the office of
Army Intelligence. . . . But now
Gene has become a bona fide
private detective, hooking up
with another sleuth in the Norm
Lebowitz Detective Agency.
• * *

$15,000,000 Expansion Plan
Launched by UAIHIC,HUC-JER

A program of capital develop-
ment entailing the raising and
expenditure of $15,000,000 over
the next three years to enlarge
and improve the facilities of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion, was announced by
the presidents of UAHC and
HUC-4,TIR, Dr. Maurice N. Eisen-
drath and Dr. Nelson Glueck.
Terming the program "un-
paralleled in the history of
American Judaism," Dr. Eisen-
drath and Dr.. Glueck pointed
out that "the plan of develop-
ment is nationwide in scope,
with multi-million dollar ex-
penditures mapped for the con-
struction and improvement of
worship, educational, youth,
camp and administrative facili-
ties in New York, Cincinnati,
Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami
and other parts of the coun-
try."
The $15,000,000 to finance
the program will be sought
through a specially incor-
porated agency designated
"the Development Fund for
American Judaism."
Although construction has al-
ready been started both in New
York and Cincinnati, the two
religious leaders said this has
been done on the basis of size-
able initial gifts by a handful
of contributors.
The Development Fund drive
will be launched officially next

Wednesday, at a luncheon meet-
ing of the Reform movement's
national leaders in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach,
as one of the highlights of the
UAHC's 45th biennial general
convention.
The Development Fund cam-
paign will be headed by Max
L. Koeppel of New York as
chairman, and by former
United States Senator Herbert
H. Lehman.
The UAHC expansion plan
calls for adding three floors to
the national headquarters build-
ing on 5th Ave. and 65th St.,
New York; improvement of
summer youth camps, construc-
tion_ of _r egional houses as
Academies of Jewish Studies,
creation of a synagogue build-
ing and subsidy loan fund, pur-
chase of motor buses to serve
for
as synagogues-on-wheels
rural areas, opening of library
and information centers and
creation of a religious film
library.

People in the United States
and Canada spend over $1,-
462,092,000 to get their daily
and Sunday newspapers.

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

Sammy Woolf

And His Orchestra

UN 3-8982
UN 4-3174
UN 3-6501

SPORN'S

AFTER 35 YEARS, name of
Neugarden Medical Aid has
CUSTOM INSTALLATION
changed to Medical Aid Guild.
. . . The organization had orig-
inally derived its title in. an
of Dora Neugarden, n in-
valid whose case was the for-

30 Years of. Electronics
mation of the group, then called
the Sunshine Club. . . . Betty
Let us show you our latest designs in
Bean is president of the newly
cabinetry and sound arrangements.
titled group which, last week.
after reading our column, lost
We Maintain a Competent AUDIO STAFF
little time in offering to furnish
Estimates and Designs at No Obligation
a hearing aid for the deafmute
father we mentioned living in
H. & S. HI-Fl SHOP, 8556 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park
Herman Gardens.
• *
Lincoln 8-2710
PEOPLE OF OUR community
Dave Hoptman — Audio Consultant
have been absolutely wonderful
in wanting to help the Jewish
family living in Herman Gar-
dens. . . . We know we speak
for the father, mother and three
children in saying, "THANKS
A MILLION!" . . . (It is pre-
15301 E. Jerrerson at Beacdnsfield
ferred that the family's name
VA 2-4118
remain anonymous.)
Luncheons 11 to 3 — Dinners 5:00
to 10:30. Suppers 10:30 to 2 a.m.
* * *
SAMUEL KRONE, druggist
3020 GRAND RIVER. Free. Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri- .
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
in Hamtramck, had two pleasant
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods tot
surprises. . . . Featured in local
more than 26 years. Al] Beef aged in our cellars.
papers was a picture of Gov.
and Mrs. Williams being greet
ed in Israel by the chief of the ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steak&
bond division of Israel and of- Chops, Chicken Club Sandwiches. Short Orders. Delicious Hamburger&
ficial V.I.P. greeter for the Is- "Served as you like it."
Open 24 Hour*
raeli Government, Leo Krown. 20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 11/2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
. . . Sam is a first cousin of Leo,
who went to Israel about 30 MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
years ago and became one of
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
its workers. . . . 'In the years
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
that followed, Leo advanced in
7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
position and responsibility to
the high post he now holds, plus
being responsible for bringing CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
professional and scientific peo- Serving: Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
ple to help the government. . . Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
Sam also has a nephew, Gerald
Prime
Beef
at
its
Very
Best: Pies baked on prem-
Krone, who is the producer and
ises. SpecialcLuncheons and Dinners. Ments changed
director of a play starting Nov.
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
9 at the St. Marks Playhouse
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E. of Evergreen
off Broadway on 2nd Ave. in BEEF BUFFET
New York. . . Gerald has done
acting, directing and producing
DUBBS BEEF BUFFET
• PRIME BEEF • SHRIMP • LOBSTER
all over the country and Eng-
• DELMONICO STEAK
• CHICKEN
land, but this is his first big
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
OPEN DAILY 11 • 8:30 P.M.; SAT. a SUN. to 9 P.M.
chance alone . . . It's called
"No Time for Love."
The Cundari reach_ the finest

HI-F11 • STEREO

-.

WHERE TO DINE

AL GREEN'S

c!!) 11 41.1E

IIERC'S

A bone tumor in the skeleton
of a man who lived 500,000
years ago is the earliest speci-
men of disease, according to a
doctor at the U-M Medical Cen-
ter.

cuisine in a continental back-
ground with a choice of Amer-
ican and European specialties.

Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
Snacks 'till 4 a.m.
20021 W. McNichols cor. Evergreen — For Reservations — KE 3- 764

23—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, November 1a, 1959

Israelis Honor UN for Technical Aid Program

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