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January 26, 1962 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, January 26, 1962 — 22

Children's 'Omnibus'
Resumes at Center
With 'Wizard of Oz'

"Omnibus," a series of chil-
dren's shows, will open its spring
series on Feb. 4 at the Jewish
Center, 18100 Meyers, with the
"Wizard of Oz," by the Wayne
State University Children's The-
ater.
March 4 marks the return of
The Travelling Playhouse of New
York in a performance of "The
Emperor's New Clothes."
, "Jack and the Beanstalk," by
the nationally - known Suzari
Marionettes of New York, will
close the season on April 18.
Performances are at 2 p.m.
and 3:30 p.m. Tickets are avail-
able at the Center's Cashier's
Cage. Special group rates may be
arranged by calling Sol Green-
field, DI 1-4200.

People Make News

LOUIS J. GLICKMAN, New
York real estate man and philan-
thropist, was jointly honored by
the City of New York and the
Weizmann Institute of Science, at
a reception given by Mayor and
Mrs. Robert F. Wagner at Gracie
Mansion. Sponsored by the Amer-
ican Committee for the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science, the re-
ception paid tribute to Glickman
for his citizenship and his sup-
port of scientific research. Abra-
ham Feinberg, president of the
American Committee for the
Weizmann Institute of Science,
gave Glickman a scroll awarded
to him "for his services to the
advancement of science."
* * *
Mrs. WILLIAM WOOL and
Mrs. ARNE MARS today were
named co-chairmen of the 1962
Mothers' March for the Oak
Park area in the continuing
fight against birth defects, arth-
ritis and polio.
* * *
BURT LANGE, a Yiddish-
speaking young actor, portrays
an SS elite guard in Allied
Artists' picture "Hitler." The
real name of the lad is Burton
Byster. He is the son of Chi-
cago clothing magnate George
Byster who , runs a chain of
stores in the Windy City. Burt,
an acting pupil of Agnes Moor-
head, currently is before the
camera in "Reprieve."

Detroiters Attend
-Israel Bond Parley

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Efros Pharmacy to Donate Today's
Fountain Proceeds to Dimes March

Shown at last week's national
conference of the board of gov-
ernors of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization in New York are:
Rabbi Leon Fram, of Temple
Israel, Detroit (left), and Louis
E. Levitaii, manager of the De-
troit Israel Bond office. The
conference set a national Israel
Bond quota of $66,500,000 for
1962.

Zionist Confederation
To Hold Paris Parley

SHABTAI T E V E T H, a prom.
inent political journalist in Israel,
begins a three-month lecture tour
of U.S. college camp uses in
February under the joint spon-
sorship of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundations and the United Jew-
ish Appeal. Teveth, 37, is on the
editorial staff of Haaretz, Israel's
largest morning daily.

The Efros Pharmacy, located
in the New Oreans Mall at Ten
Mile and Greenfield roads in
Southfield, will help in the rive
to aid the victims o
and polio
arthritis, birth de
by donati
proceeds re-
y fr m its soda foun-
ceived t
taro t • e March of Dimes.
rietor Jerry Efros s
r
he ill mak

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* * *

HOWARD H. FINSILVER,
20435 Picadilly, has been named
president of the Grant Club of
the Business Men's Assurance
Company of America.
* * *
MAURICE A. BETMAN of
Northwestern Mutual Life In-
surance Co. ranked ninth in
sales for 1961 for all of South-
eastern Michigan.
* * *
Two Israeli leaders, Brig.
Gen. CHAIM HERZOG, former
chief of Israel's defense forces,
and JOSEF ALMOGL, Israel's
Minister Without Portfolio and
a World War II hero, arrive
in the U.S. this week to a
respectively, the United Je
Appeal and Israel Bond d
* * *
At a meeting of Am 'can
Friends for Chinuch At ai—
JO-
Torah Schools for Isra
cted
SEPH SHAPIRO was
chairman of the dinner f Chi-
ace
nuch Atzmai, to take
w
April 3, at Hotel Pierre,
York.
* * *
HARRY S. WENDER of Wash-
ington, D.C., was named chair-
man of ,a . wills and testaments
committee. of the Bnai Brith
Foundation of the U.S., the B.B.
fund-raising agency. Wender is
general counsel of the foundation
and an international vice presi-
dent of Bnai Brith.

of the World Confederation of
General Zionists will take place
in Paris Feb. 9-10.
The purpose of the conference
is to exchange views on prob-
lems facing the Confederation.
Similar talks are now taking
place among the Confederation's
affiliates and constituent or-
ganizations in all parts of the
world and will be finalized at a
World Conference in May, at
which time the question of uni-
fication will be presented and
authoritative decision taken.
Renewed efforts to bring about
the unification of the two World
Confederations of General Zion-
ists will be made next week in
Israel, it was announced by Dr.
Emanuel Neumann, president of
one of the competing Confedera-
tions.
"Such a step," he said, "would
have an important bearing on the
future course of American Zion-
ism and the possibility of closer
cooperation . among all Zionist
groups in the United States."

10 Per Cent of
Scientists Are Je

LONDON, (JTA)—There
33,500 Jewish scientists in the
Soviet Union in 1960 among the
total number of 354,100 scien-
tists - in the country, according.
to data published in the official
Soviet Yearbook "Political Econ-
omy of the U.S.S.R." In 1959
the number of Jewish scientists
was 30,600, the yearbook re-
ported.

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