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March 10, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-10

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National Fraternity Ousts Stanford Danny Raskin's Iraq Denies Visas to World Famous
ATO Chapter for Admitting Jews
Personalities Who Visited Israel

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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CHICAGO—The High Council
of Alpha Tau Omega announced
Tuesday the ouster of its Stanford
University chapter for pledging
four Jewish students as members
and for refusing to expel them as
demanded by the national office.
H. J. Garrecht, High Council
chairman, said that the chapter's
action had violated the fraternity's
constitution which "requires alle-
giance tq Christianity." He added
that religious bias was not in-
volved in the ouster decision,
asserting that the fraternity had
-members "of Hebrew origin" as
well as clergymen of various de-
nominations.
"The constitution of our frater-
nity was adopted by democratic
action of all our chapters in 119
colleges and universities in the
United States and Canada," the

LISTENING

chairman declared. "They deter-
mine our membership policies."
The Stanford University chap-
ter took its, stand of refusing to
expel the four Jewish pledges
with the support of the university
student council, Dr. William
Craig, dean of men, and State
Attorney General Stanley E.
Mosk.
Michael Kavanaugh, the chap-
ter's president, reported in an-
nouncing that the chapter would
not bow to the national office
ultimatum, that every one of the
WATCHING DETROIT'S own
54 members of the chapter voted
for admission of the Jewish stu- Mickey Woolf perform for the
first time as a solo act brought
dents.
to bear a pertinent unanswered
question . . . Why isn't he big
time? . . . Mickey has all the
stage poise
s a wo
necessary
ay
. . w
beside
since s ow business
reas
ces - . with a conpplete mak
The Vanguard Playhouse, De-
as this
troit's o n 1 y resident profes-
ority the
y
sional theater, is undertaking
ays
esn't just
a new theatrical venture.
too,
e sax, vi
r. William A: Gregory, man-
way of
d has a
irector, announces that
ch to please
atter that d
will be the first pro-
. . . The way
company to produce, Mic ey puts over a song is
ong." It will have its beyond a doubt his greatest
prem
on March 16, and run asset . . . He pours his all into
throu April 1,
it and the lyrics come straight
D
B. Marshall will direct from the heart ... Mickey doing
thi drama, Vanguard's tenth Ms solo act in a nitery is the
uction since its inception finest big time local talent we
s than a year ago.
have 'ever seen!
Heading the cast of promi-
* * *
nent Detroit actors and ac-
SAMUEL
RASKIN Memorial
tresses are Howard Green and
Class in the Knights of Phythias
-and Beth-Sheva Laikin.
Other members of the • cast is being honored by the com-
plete Area of K of P's, March
include Henrietta Hermelin.
Green's appearance at Van- 21 . . . Reservations are being
guard adds another milestone to taken for the banquet at the
h i s dramatic Henrose Hotel, preceding rank
c a r-e e r. He works in which past chancellors
brings with of various lodg e
him more than pate ... R
seven years of me
experience i n
acting in A
Arbor d
matic pro
k
tions wit
Or
Univer
led
Players
ink."
H. Green the Ann
to sleep
Drama Season. Appearing
ted, turned
more than 30 productions, h
silent for ten min-
has tackled every type of role. utes . . . then again, "Mom,
Miss Laikin last appeared at I wanna' drink' .. . and again
the Vangtiard Playhouse in her Ida told him to go to sleep
excellent portrayal of Laura, . . ., Another ten minutes of
the domineer- intense silence, then, "Mom, I
ing wife in wanna' drink.". . . This time,
Strindberg's Ida said that if he didn't go
"The Father." to sleep, she would come in and
She has been spank him ... More silence, but
a prominent just for about two minutes, and
figure in es- then, "Mom, when you come to
tablishing Van- spank me, bring me a drink,
guard Play- will you?"
house, having
been a mem-
ber of the in-
itial organizing
board. She is
familiar to De-
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Miss Laikin troit audiences
for her many appearances Ministry of Education and the
with local theater groups. She Association of Secondary School
has also made numerous contri- Teachers prepared for a long
butions in radio and television strike with most of the country's
high schools closed following the
in New York and Detroit.
walkout of some 1,500 high
school teachers.
Curtain Going Up
The Education Ministry an-
nounced that graduation examina-
on Beth El Players'
tions would be held even if the
Comedy 'Act One'
strike continued. At the same
The Beth El Temple Players' time, the association announced
production of "Once In A Life- that teachers' salaries next month
time" will be presented March would be paid out of the group's
18, 19, 25 and 26 at the Temple. strike fund. The association also
This comedy by Moss Hart and announced plans to open employ-
George Kaufman was the first ment offices to assist teachers in
collaboration of the two authors finding temporary jobs while the
and was described fully in Moss strike continued.
Hart's best selling autobiography,
The association, which broke
"Act One."
away from membership in the
Prominent in the cast will be Histadrut, the Israel Federation
Ethel Levine, Todd Purse, Bill of Labor, scored a significant vic-
Unger, Nancy Wayburn, Fran tory when most of the secondary
Handman, Whit Vernon, Kathe- school teachers who had remained
rine Lansky, Paul Caplan, Lila in the Histadrut, joined the strike
Smith, Bea Kukes, Nancy Alpert, "as a sign of solidarity."
June SnoW, John Franklin and
The striking teachers demand
Dr. Larry Segar.
higher wages and a new category
Tickets may be obtained by ending an arrangement which
calling Mrs. Mildred Friedman, links their incomes to grade-
school teachers.
DI 1-5182.

Howard Green, -
Miss Laikin in
Vanguard Play

~

Klutznick's Nomination
Approved by U. S. Senate

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The
Senate voted to confirm the
nomination of
Philip M. Klut-
znick, note
America
r, as
ish 1
. repre-
a
tative to
_e forthcom-
ng sessi
the
Nati
efal bly
in ad o to Klutzni
s as
Klutzmck' present
to the
American represent
ocial Coun-
N Economic a

Mi west Premiere

ADAMS THEATER

Starts Friday, March 17

MANHUNT OF
THE CENTURY!

Secret Story The
Trial Will Never
Tell,..The Track-
down Of The Hated
Assassin Of Six
Million People !

Strike Closes s
Israel Schools



.

OPERATION
EICHMANN

WERNER KLEMPERER • RUTA LEE
DONALD BUKA • STEVE GRAVERS

iNgswomismiwoopasais
_

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
in the Rehovot conference on
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — Iraq was re- the role of science in assisting
ported here Tuesday to have in- under-developed countries.
structed all of i
nd
consulates t
visas to mo
than 100 i -known pe
MASONIC AUDITORIUM
becau
ey had a
inter-
nati .1 confe en
RI., MARCH 17-8:20 PM
in Israel.
Baghda
dio anno a ced
ial list
pe
0
w
visas w
r
M ded a fo
N a Pre *
a
gapore ducation o •
a
Phi • ' es trade

, the
presiden an and Copen-
hagen universities, Nobel Prize
America's Foremost Tenor
winning British Atomic Physicist
$1.65, $2.20, $2.75, $3.30, $3.85
Sir John Cockroft and others.
GRINNELL'S, MASONIC TEMPLE
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