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April 15, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-15

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Friday, April 15, 1960-22

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



Trans-Lux Krim's
New Guinness Film

s.
ALEC GUINNESS and MAU-
REEN O'HARA are shown cele-
brating in a scene from "Our
Man in Havana," the Carol Reed
production for Columbia Pic-
tures, now showing at the Trans-
Lux Krim Theater, Woodward
at 6 Mile Rd. Also appearing in
the comedy-thriller are Burl
Ives, . Ernie Kovacs, Noel
Coward, Ralph Richardson and
Jo Morrow.

Circle Third Seder
Set for This Evening =

News Brevities

MILTON GORDON, son of
Mrs. A. Gordon, of 4023 Wa-
verly, Detroit, has been elected
chairman of the 16th Congres-
sional District Democratic
Council,- Westwood, Calif. Gor-
don, a Westwood and West Los
Angeles r e a 1 t o r, previously
served as president of the West-
wood Village Democratic Club.
*
*
The appointment of Joseph
Richter as executive director of
the Jewish National Fund for
Philadelphia
a n d Region,
has been an-
nounced by
Mendel N.
Fisher, na-
tional execu-
tive director
of the Jewish
National Fund
of America.
Richter, w h o
succeeds Dr.
Sol Stein, is a
graduate of
Harvard Uni-
versity and the
Harvard
School of Bus-
iness Admin-
Richter ,
istr a tion,
where he majored in econom-
ics. He also studied social sci-
ences under the late Prof.
Harold J. Laski.
* *
- Off-Broadway's newest musi-
cal hit is "41 "N A SACK," the
revue starring Shai K. Ophir,
the Israeli comedian seen here-
tofore mainly on television, at
the 41st St. Theater, New York.
Two Israeli colleagues, Nira
Paaz and Sol Backar, and Bar-
bara Loden, a North Carolina
beauty whose appeal is interna-
tional, appear with Ophir in "41
in a Sack."
* *
IRVING AUSLANDER, pres-
ident of the Probus Club, is
serving as a co-chairman of a
luncheon sponsored by Detroit
civic clubs in celebration of the
International Freedom Festival:

The traditional third seder
of the Workmen's Circle will
be conducted at 8:30 p.m.,
today, in the Circle's Joseph
Bernstein auditorium, 18340 W.
7 Mile.
The Circle Chorus,, directed
by Joseph Katz and accom-
panied by Margaret Manini, will
sing songs from the Haggadah.
Musical arrangements are by
Dr. Joseph Melton, with Made-
line Belkin, alto, and Pauline
Forman, soprano, as soloists.
Also featured will be Lillian
Newberg and Simon Klachefsky
and Michael Scherritan and Mon-
roe Title, who will serve as
narrators. Pupils and teachers
of the school will read from the
Haggadah, and there will be
audience participation.
Will S t e r n, national Work-
men's Circle director, will be
guest of honor. He is here in
Detroit to install the new Stu-
dent Branch of the Circle, com-
prised of students from Wayne
State University and the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
The installation will be held
at 8:30 p.m., Saturday, in the
April 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Circle Center. Dancing and Saul Kaplan (Esther Freed-
refreshments will follow.
man), of 20173 Lauder, a
daughter, Sherry Ellen.

The observance, to be marked
from June 25 to July 4, com-
memorates international free-
dom between the Detroit and
Windsor communities. The
'luncheon will be held June 28.
* *
ISRAEL BARZILAI, Minister
of Health of the' State of Israel,
is coming to this country next
month for a tour of major com-
munities in behalf of the State
of Israel Bond drive. Barzilai,
who has occupied important
government posts since the es-
tablishment of Israel, took part
in the heroic defense of Negba
in the War of Independence,
when the Egyptian army threat-
ened to break through at that
strategic point - to capture the
Negev.
* * *
Dr. ISAAC BARZILAY, mem-
ber of the faculty of Wayne
State University's Department
of Near Eastern Languages, has
been appointed assistant pro-
fessor at Columbia University,
starting in September.
*
*
W. B. DONER, president of
Doner Advertising Agency, has
been elected to the board of
directors of the National Multi-
ple Sclerosis Society.
* * *
MRS. HARRY KEIDAN this
week retired as chief deputy to
County Clerk Branigin, having
held that post for 12 years.

8-Year-Old Pens
'Israeli Rhapsody'

Temple Israel Young Adults
will hold its second anniversary
dance at 8:45 p.m., April 24,
in the temple's Leon- Fram Hall.
The Fenby-Carr Quintet, with
vocalist Belinda Blanchard and
comedienne Karrell Fox, will
entertain. Refreshments and
dancing will follow.

*

* *

April 5 --- To Dr. and Mrs.
Ronald C. Gluskin (Grace Ru-
binstein), a son, Mark Adam.
* * *
April 5—To - Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Reichstein (Goldie
Leider), of 21350 Kenosha, Oak
Park, a daughter, Marlene Har-
riet.

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* *. *
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juniors this summer. Volunteers
are needed to conduct this pro-
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and would like to work with
children are asked to phone the
Center children's division, DI
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Kenneth Brown, 8, ponders
his next notes in Philadel-
phia, where he composed
"An Israeli Rhapsody," which
the Philadelphia orchestra
selected for one of its pro-
grams. Kenneth has been
composing since he was 4
years old.

150 Samaritans Given
* * *
March 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Permission to Observe
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* * *
March 30—To Mr. and Mrs.
Mayer Morganroth (Sheila Ru-
binstein), of 25245 W. Rue Ver-
sailles, Oak Park, a daughter,
Lauri Nadine.

The Jewish War Veterans,
oldest veterans group in the
nation, will mark the 25th anni-
versary of its founding in
Michigan at a special program
this week.
Gen. S. L. A. Marshall, De-
troit News editorial writer and
military expert, will be guest
speaker at the celebration,
which is planned for 8:30 p.m.,
Thursday, in the Memorial
Home.
The program, being held
under the auspices of the
JWV's Department of Michi-
gan, will feature Harry T. Madi-
son, past national commander,
as toastmaster. Others partici-
MISS SHARON SCHWARTZ pating in the program will be
Lawrence Gubow, past Depart-
At a recent dinner party, Mr. ment commander, and Irving
and Mrs. Sol Schwartz, of San Cane, present commander.
Juan Dr., announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Sharon Ruth, to Leonard L.
Slobin, son of Mrs. Bess Slobin,
and his
of Northlawn Ave. An Aug. 11
wedding is planned.

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Young Adults to Celebrate
Anniversary at Date

JWV to Celebrate
25th Year in State

Reveal Troth

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — An
entire community of 150 Sa-
maritans crossed the Israel-
Jordan border to celebrate Pass-
over at Mount Gerizim in
Nablus, the Biblical Shechem in
the eastern part of Palestine
now held by Jordan. The Sa-
maritans- consider themselves
the "true" Jews but are not
regarded as Jews by Jewish re-
ligious authorities.
The Israeli Samaritans, who
were met by Samaritans from
Jordan., were beaded by their
high priest. They are permitted
to remain in Jordan for ten
days. Their ceremony is high-
lighted by a killing of a sacri-
ficial lamb in literal observance
of the Passover ritual. ,
Before the border crossing,
the Israeli Samaritans managed
to exchange the equivalent of
five pounds sterling each to be
used during their 10-day stay.

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• • •
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