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January 15, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-15

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THE

Bistritzky to Solo Haya Harareet Acclaimed for Her
for Folk Chorus Role in Ten-Hur' as 'Esther'

Zinovi Bistritzky, assistant
concertmaster of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra will be
guest soloist at the annual con-
cert of the Jewish Folk Chorus.
To be held
at 8 p.m., Sun-
day, in the
Davison Jew-
ish Center, the
concert w i 11
be conducted
by Harvey
Schreibman in
honor of Jew-
ish Music
Month.
The Chorus,
in its reper-
toire of Yid-
dish, English
and Israeli
music, will

Bistritzky f e a t u r e a
musical narration of "In Us
Lives His Music," a tribute to
the late Jacob • Schaefer which
contains his most lasting works.
Richard Green will narrate
the work, the text of which was
written by Aaron Kramer. Also
highlighted at the concert will
be a special presentation by the
Youth Chorus.
For tickets, call Mrs. Sarah
Milgram, WE 1-0657, or UN
1-2606.

Aesculapians Elect
Averbuch President

Aesculapian Pharmaceutical
Association met at the Home for
the Aged, Dec. 14, and elected
the following officers:
Morris Averbuch, president;
Meyer Goldstein, vice - presi-
dent; • Harry Katzman, treas-
urer; Asher Smith, recording
secretary.
The following were elected to
the board of directors: Harry
Pernick, Hyman Margolis, Mi-
chael Wainer, Nathan Schwartz,
Jack Schneyer, Meyer Robiner,
Albert Roggin, Harry Dorfman,
Henry Cohen, Charles Tennen,
Harold Elia and Bernard
Breyer, ex-offico.
The newly- elected officers
and board members will be in-
stalled at a dinner party at
Rainbow Terrace, Jan. 25.
Harry Katzman is chairman, Hy-
man Margolis, co-chairman. For
reservations call Harry Katz-
man, UN 2-9428, or Michael
Wainer, UN 3-6792.

Buffalo Alumni Cheer
Team in WSU Tilt

Israel's most popular actress,
the beautiful Haya Harareet,
was here for a brief stay this
week, as part of her tour of
more than 35 American cities
where she is conferring with
theater managers who are plan-
ning to show the spectacular
MGM film, "Ben-Hur," in which
she stars as Esther, opposite
Charlton Heston. The $15,000,-
000 "Ben-Hur," screen version
will have its Michigan premiere
at the United Artists Theater
here Feb. 16.
Miss Harareet showed a
thorough knowledge of ancient
history and of the background
of the Ben-Hur story. Written
by the Civil War hero, General
Lew Wallace, more than 80
years ago, the story is fictional.
It revolves around Christ, and
the characters, all Jews, are
depicted as revolting against
Roman rule in Judaea.
Miss 'Harareet is certain that
the story, while it deals . with
Christ, will be
viewed strict-
ly from its
historical per-
spective a n d
could not pos-
sibly be con-
sidered as of-
fensive to
those of a
faith other
,= than Chris-
tianity.
Harareet
Miss Harareet will be remem-
bered as the heroine in the
first full-length movie made in
Israel, "Hill 24 Does Not
Answer." A native of Israel,
"she speaks English fluently.
She fought in Israel's War of
Liberation. Her parents live in
Haifa where her father is a
government employee.
William Wyler, Hollywood
director, and Sam Zilbalist,
producer, are enthusiastic about
Miss Harareet's role and her
future parts in films planned
by MGM, which has given her
a three year contract.
Haya Harareet (her name
means "mountain animal") was
born Haya Nueberg in Haifa.
Her father; Reuben Nueberg,
and her mother, Yocheved, had
emigrated to Palestine from
Poland when both were in their
teens.
Upon her graduation from
high school at the age of 16,
Haya entered her country's
armed forces. Assigned to the
Marines, she went through a
rigorous basic training period

but was later made a member
University of Buffalo Alumni of a unit which traveled to
Club of Michigan will hold a military posts to entertain serv-
rally at the Wayne State vs. UB ice men. During this period she

basketball game at 8 p.m. today
at the University of Detroit
Memorial Building, Fairfield
and Grove.
A special cheering section
will be roped off for local
alumni, family, friends and fans
who will come by bus from Buf-
falo. Tickets will be available
at the door.
A hot coffee and doughnut
get-together- will be held after
the game at the U. of D. Stu-
dent Union, Livernois and Flor-
ence.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Lee Franklin Wein-
stock, chairman, VE. 5-9181.

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found a new and healing substance
with the astonishing ability to
shrink hemorhoids and to relieve
pain—without surgery. In case after
case, while gently relieving pain,
actual reduction (shrinkage) took
place. Most amazing of all—results
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made astonishing statements like
"Piles have ceased to be a problem!"
The secret is a new healing sub-
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world-famous research institute. This
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appeared in a wide variety of
plays.
Shortly before she was mus-
tered out of uniform, she was
seen in a play by the director
of Tel-Aviv's Chamber Theater.
For. the next three years she
devoted herself to the. theater.
It was during this period that
British film director, Thorold
Dickinson, impressed by Miss
Harareet's work, signed her for
the lead in. the first feature-
length film ever made in Is-
rael. The picture, "Hill 24 Does
Not Answer," attracted atten-
tion in Europe, was shown at
festivals in Cannes, Venice and
Berlin, and won the actress a
special award at Cannes. It was
also exhibited with success at
art houses in the United States,
including Detroit.
Prof. Moshe H. Gottstein, of
the Institute of Jewish Studies
of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem, who served as tech-
nical adviser for the film, wrote
to Wyler:
"Ever since those months
during which I served as tech-
nical adviser and researcher on
the 'Ben Hur' set in Rome, my
thoughts have frequently turned
to you and the great task you
have undertaken in bringing
this famous story to the screen

Circle to Stage Play Based The first postal route, provid-
on Life of Sholem Aleichem ing monthly service between

D e t r o i t branches of Work- New York and Boston, was
men's Circle will jointly spon- opened Jan. 12, 1673.
sor the appearance of a number
of Yiddish artists in "Listen to
DAVE LEWIS Presents
This," a play based on the life
and works of Sholem Aleichem.
The presentation will take place
February 14th
March 27, at Mumford High
Ford Auditorium

on a scale never before at-
tempted.
"I do hope the final touches
on the picture are progressing
satisfactorily. Now that I am
back at my academic work, I
would like you to know that School. For tickets, call the
working with you on this great Circle office, KE 7-5440.
project provided me with one of

the most interesting experi-
ences of my life. Probably the
most gratifying aspect of my
work was the realization that
you and your associates were
so dedicated toward making
your version of 'Ben Hur' as
authentic as possible and espe-
cially in preserving the deep
spiritual significance of the
story.
• "I now look forward to see-
ing the completed picture. I
have no doubt it will be a
memorable entertainment in
which members of all religious
faiths will find inspiration."

MOSCOW STATE
SYMPHONY

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2 CONDUCTORS

SAT. NIGHT, Feb. 6, 8:20

SUN. AFTERNOON,

Feb. 7, 2:20

Conductor: Kiril Kondrashin
Soloist: Emil Gilels
String Serenade
Tchaikowsky
Heroic Ballad
..Babadzhanyan
Piano and Orch. (GILELS)
Symphony No. 6 Tchaikowsky

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Twin 13-Year-Olds
in Folk School Event

Twin students of the United
Jewish Folk Schools will par-
ticipate in a unique ceremony
at 8 p.m., today, in the Hayim
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
fer.
Edward and Elaine Sadoff,
twin brother and sister, will
observe Bar Mitzvah and Bas
Mitzvah at a ceremony to be at-
tended by school board mem-
bers, teachers, pupils of the 4th
and 5th grades and their par-
ents and friends.
Movsas Goldaftas has ar-
ranged the program, in which
the twins and their fellow stu-
dents will participate.

Cantor Isaac Sten will discuss
the prayer "Unesane Tokef," at
the fifth session of the Jewish
Center's Cantorial Hour, at 2
p.m., Thursday.

2 SOLOISTS

TICKETS ON SALE AT DOWNTOWN GRINNELL'S
AND MASONIC TEMPLE
Main Floor: $4.40, $5.50
Balcony: $2.20, $3.30, $4.40
Mail Orders to Masonic Auditorium, 500 Temple.
Enc. Self-Addressed, Stamped Envelope.

Brith, at the
Labor Zionist
Institute, Mon-
day, 8:30 p.m.,
on "A Trip
Into Israel."
Elias Gold-
berg, program
chairman of
the lodge,
states that
Hordes will 11- Hordes
lustrate his talk with films he
had taken in Israel over a per-
iod of years.
Alex Gersuk, president of the
lodge, states. that this meeting
is open to members of Pisgah
Lodge, their families and
friends.

Center Cantorial Hour

2 PROGRAMS

Conductor: Konstantin Ivanov
Soloist: Valerii Klimov
Symphony No. 5 Tchaikowsky
Concerto D Major Tchaikowsky
Violin and Orch. (KLIMOV)
Capriccio Italien Tchaikowsky

William Hordes, prominent
Zionist leader, will speak at an
open meeting of Pisgah Lodge
No 34 of Bnai

Detroit Socialites is planning
an open-house, "January Jounce"
Sunday evening, at Beth Abra-
ham synagogue, it is announced
by Rose Altman, program vice-
president.
A series of three short Char-
lie Chaplin comedies will be
shown beginning at 8:30 p.m.
These old-time, one-reel "flick-
ers" with sound dubbed-in are
"The Face on the Barroom
Floor," "In the Park" and
"Laffing Gas."
Club hostesses will serve re-.
freshments during the social
hour. There will be dancing.

Tickets Available at
Grinnel's Downtown

MASONIC AUDITORIUM-2 CONCERTS—SAT., SUN., FEB. 6, 7
S. HUROK presents FIRST TIME IN AMERICA!

Hordes to Address
Pisgah on 'Israel'

Chaplin Flickers Set
for Socialites' Jounce'

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