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March 01, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-01

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Producer-director John Hus-
ton, seeking to ensure authen-
ticity and scientific factuality
in the various medical phases of
his Universal Pictures film pres-
entation "Freud," enlisted the
technical assistance of nume-
rous authorities in their respec-
tive fields.
The film story of "Freud" is
focused on the five vital years
in the life • of the handsome
young Viennese doctor who
first probed the secret recesses
of the human mind. In the title
role is Montgomery Clift who
heads a cast in which Susannah
York, Larry Parks, Susan Koh-
ner and Eric Portman are also
starred. The new feature at-
traction began an extended en-
gagement here Feb. 28 at the
Krim Theater.
For one of the major medical
phases of the production, Hus-
ton secured the advice and
guidance of Dr. Earl Loomis,
chief of the Division of Child
Psychiatry at St. Luke's Hospi-
tal, New York. Dr. Loomis, a
recognized authority in psychi-
atry, was granted a brief leave-
of absence from his hospital
post for the assignment and flew
to Munich to work closely with
Huston and co-producer Wolf-
gang Reinhardt during the writ-
ing of the script and in the
filming of certain clinical
scenes.
Another eminent physician
who assisted was Dr. David
Stafford-Clark, one of the
world's foremost doctors of psy-
chiatry. He, too, worked closely
with John Huston during the
writing of the script and stayed
on for consultation during the
early stages of the filming on
location in Europe.
Dr. Stafford-Clark, consultant
psychiatrist at the London
Teaching Hospital, is author of
"Psychiatry Today," .considered
one of the most important re-
cent volumes on the subject. He
has been lecturer in psycho-
pathology to Reading Univer-
sity and has carried out re-
search in England and America.
In the film, Montgomery Clift
portrays Sigmund Freud, with

activities in Society"

Larry Parks enacting Freud's
friend and associate, Dr. Joseph
Breuer. Susannah York plays
one of Freud's most celebrated
patients, Susan Kohner is his
young wife, Eric Portman es-
says the role of Prof. Theodore
Meynert, and Fernand Ledoux
as Professor Charcot. Others,
prominent in the cast, are Ei-
leen Herlie, David McCallum,
David K o s s o f f and Rosalie
Crutchley.

Oritk
Activities

Barbara Gollin of Milwaukee, Wis., fiancee of former Detroiter
Ronald David Burke, met his relatives here at a shower given in
her honor by Selma Rosenfeld. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Schneirow of Milwaukee and the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Balbes of Hubbell Ave.
The Sherman Family Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sherman, 13360 Wales, Hun-
tington Woods. Arrangements will be made for the family
Passover seder.

Hadassah Will Culminate Campaign
with an 'Eye Appealing Afternoon'

T3nai

ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
will hold its Purim dance 9 p.m.
March 16 at Temple Emanu-El
in Oak Park, announces Sam
Freedman, president. Eric Ros-
enow and his orchestra will be
featured and food will be served
buffet style at the tables. Nor-
man Gitler is program chair-
man. Friends are invited.
* * *
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAP-
TER will present a program
honoring "The Best of '62 in
BBYO" 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Jewish Center, announces
Mrs. Oscar Cook, program chair-
man. Speakers will be Judy
Millman, president of the Inter-
national Bnai Brith Girls, and
Adiva Rosenberg, president of
the BBG Council of Detroit.
One of the winning skits at the
recent regional BBYO conven-
tion, "Dieting the BBYO Way,"
will be presented by the council
executive. Refreshments will be
served. Friends are invited.
* * *
OAK-WOODS CHAPTER will
hold its annual games night 8
p.m. Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Free refreshments,
games and prizes will be featur-
ed. For information, call EL.
6-7194.

MISS PAMELA SHERMAN

At a recent family dinner at
the Town and Country Club, Dr.
and Mrs. Phillip M. Sherman of
Warrington Dr. announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Pamela, to Eugene Lumberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R.
Lumberg of Wildwood Ave.
Miss Sherman attended Mich-
igan State University and is
presently a junior in the Col-
lege of Education, Wayne State
University. Her fiance is a sen-
ior at Wayne State, where he
is affiliated with Sigma Alpha
Mu fraternity. An Aug. 20 wed-
ding is planned.

Jay Masserman Will
Attend Ramah Seminar

Jay Masserman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Masserman and a mem-
ber of the Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue, is one of 75 teenagers
from the United States and Can-
ada who will participate in the
National Ramah Seminar in
Israel.
This seven-week summer pro-
gram is under the educational
supervision of the Teachers In-
stitute of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America. The
opportunity for Jay has been
made possible by a subvention
"Though man has come to from the Beth Aaron Synagogue
understand the complexities of and the United Hebrew Schools.
the electron and the atom, he
is still far from understand-
ing his fellow man."—David
Sarnoff

Music Festival - Purim to Passover

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
will culminate its Eye Bank
Drive conducted to combat the
eye disease trachoma with an
"E y e Appealing Afternoon"
12:45 p.m. March 12 at the
Mercury Theater, announced
Mrs. Abe Zitomer, chairman.
Guests are invited to a "Pica-
dilly cocktail reception" in the
foyer of the theater before the
performance of a show featur-
ing Artie Nelson and his Con-
tinentals, vocalist Enrico La
Rocca and television personality
Sonny Eliot.
Mrs. Sidney Winer will be
commentator for a fashion show
with Hadassah members as
models. The fashion show is
coordinated by Mrs. Kenneth
Lastar and staged by Mrs.
David Edelman and Mrs. Leslie
Schmier.
Those who have turned in a
filled Eye Bank will be eligible

for prizes of fashions. In addi-
tion, everyone will receive a
gift. The price of admission is
a filled Eye Bank. The public
is invited.
Each bank, containing $5,
can purchase the drugs neces-
sary to cure one eye blinded
by trachoma, according to Mrs.
Zitomer.

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1963 Jewish Music Festival, to be held throughout the country
from March 10 to April 16 under the ausnices of the National
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19 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March 1, 1963

Montgomery Clift in Star Role in Sherman-Lumberg
`Freud,' Notv Showing at the Krim Troth Announced

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