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December 02, 1960 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-02

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Jewish Center Theater Begins
New Season with 'Two Times Two'

Opera Star at Shaarey Zedek Ha

Mimi Benzell, glamorous star
of opera, concert and television,
will be the guest artist at the
Shaarey Zedek Bond with Israel
Hanukah dinner dance, it was
announced by Leonard Baron,
chairman of the affair. Rabbi

"The Dybbuk on Broadway" will be one of the features of
"Two Times Two," opening production of the Jewish Community
Theater, 18100- Meyers, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The
Center group which recently performed the climactic scene of
"The Dybbuk" on WJBK-TV includes (foreground) Addie Becker.
man (left), Irene Graff; (background, from left) Ralph Bernstein,
Ralph. Chicorel, Alan Kroker and Sol Belinky..
* * *
"Two Times Two," an exciting Central Council of German
quintet of outstanding short Jews Marks 10th Year
plays, will be the opening pro-
BERLIN; (JTA)—The Central
duction of the .Jewish Center Council of German Jews marked
Theater, at 8:15 p.m.; Thursday, its tenth anniversary with cele-
Saturday a n d brations in the Jewish Commun-
Sunday, Dec. ity Center here. Chancellor Kon-
8, 10 and 11. rad Adenauer, in a telegram of
In the Aaron greetings, stressed the part which
DeRoy The- the Council had played in recon-
ater, 18100 ciling the Jews with West Ger-
Meyers.
many.
"The Dyb-
Ernst Lemmer, Minister for
buk on Broad-
Way," featur- All German Affairs, told the
ing a unique gathering that the Nazi regime
presentation had not succeeded in wiping out
of the climac- the intellectual and cultural
tic scene of traces of 1,600 years of Jewish
Ansk y's im- history on German soil. Refer-
,m or tal love ring to the different approach to
drama, will the • Jewish question in the two
open the pro- parts of Germany, he said the
gram. The Eastern part acted as though
presentation nothing had happened, while
Irene Graff recreates a no- West Germany was trying to
table performance of this play make up for the past.
in New York by the famous
Heinz Galinski, chairman of
Habima troupe of Israel, when the Council and president • of the
the play is interrupted to an- West Berlin Jewish community,
nounce Israel's independence.
said the foundation of the central
Chekhov's hilarious farce, organization of Jewish communi-
'The Bear," and.Tennessee Wil- ties was proof of their confidence
liams' comic-pathetic depiction in democracy here. Dr. G. Van
of New Orleans derelicts who Dam, secretary general of the
exist on dreams, will also be Central Council, reminded the
meeting of the recent anti-
presented.
Semitic incidents and said that
"Certain Men of Dictinction," neo-Nazism would lead Germany
presenting droll characters from to chaos.
Jewish folk life, and Conrad
Discussing political education
Seiler's dramatic lecture, "Why
I Am a Bachelor," round out in Germany, Professor Pollock of
Frankfurt University demanded
the program.
that the teaching should not only
Jerome Bayer is director. In- lead to reco
cluded in the cast are Addie done
ews but sho
Beckerman, Solomon Belinky,
ce people that injustice as
Ralph Bernstein, Phyllis Chico-
ch is wrong. This aim, • he said,
rel, Ralph Chicorel, Renee
should guide the Jewish minority
• enberg, Joyce Feurring, L
as well as the non-Jewish popula-
Goldman, Irene Graff,
tion.
Gross, Mildred Kot
Kroker, Rita Lichtm
Parker, Dr. Don
Sonia Swinkin a
ows. Dr. Lee Sh
he Si
y,
manager, Edwa
6 Scha -r, will have two
technical direc
lun eons f the parents and
Rohn is set des'
pre hoolers 12:30 p.m. Tues-
and Wednesday. The chil-
Horodoker
dren will exchange gifts
put on a Hanukah
am,
Hold 23rd
which will includ
musical
fantasy writte
the school
Donor Lunch
director,
avid Holtzman.
The David-Horodo
Pare
0 would like to assist
Women's Organization
contact the school at UN
its 23rd annual donor luncheon 4-0169.
Tuesday at Holiday Manor, an-
nounces Mrs. Alex Dorchen, Cuban Minister to Israel
president.
Confers with Golda Meir
Mrs. Irving Arlin will be
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Cuba's
toastmistress. Mrs. Hal Gordon, new Minister to Israel, Ricardo
known professionally as Jean Sobirano Lobo, conferred with
Lawrence, will be the featured Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign
vocalist with her husband, music Minister. They discussed the re-
director at WXYZ, at the piano. lations between Cuba and Israel.
For reservations, call Mrs. J. The Cuban envoy paid a courtesy
Friedman, UN 1-6793, or Mrs. S. visit to Kaddish Luz, speaker of
Kreesler, TY 5-2647.
the Knesset, Israel's parliament.

Morris Adler will deliver
address.
The dinner dance will
at 7 p.m., Dec. 18, in the
Zedek social hall. Th
is being staged on
Israel Bonds.
Miss Benzell, who
on many leading radio
Offer Chance to Invest shows, including "The E
in New Ranch Duplexes van Show," is completely Ameri-
can trained. Born in Bridgeport,
A group of modern new ranch Conn., she was singing in sum-
duplexes at 26521, Coolidge, mer operettas when she at-
corner LaBelle in Oak Park, tracted the attention of Sir
are being offered on a rental
basis or strictly as an invest-
ment at rental fees of $125 4. •
monthly.
Living in one unit and rent-
ing the second would in effect
be living rent free. Investment-
wise owners will have an in-
come of $250 a month if both
owned units are leased.
All units feature two large
bedrooms, garbage disposals,
copper plumbing, birch cabi-
nets, full face brick, fully
sodded lots, automatic gas heat
in each unit, ranges and-refrig-
erators, private, off-street park-
ing and nearness to schools,
synagogues, convenient shop-
ping and public transportation.
Models are open daily and
Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. Sales
and rentals are handled by
Van Epps Realty Co. For in-
formation and additional loca-
tions phone BR 3-2840,

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