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April 12, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-12

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The Detroit Council of the
Labor Zionist Organization of
America will commemorate the
10th yahrzeit of Hayim Green-
berg 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Hayim Greenberg was one of
the founders and leading spirits
of the Labor Zionist movement.
An outstanding theoretician,
a man of unusual erudition and
generally recognized as one of
the moral leaders of world Zion-
ism, his advice and counsel was
frequently sought by the politi-
cal heads of world Zionism.
He was the chairman of the
executive of the Zionist Emerg-
ency Council in America, a
member of the American branch

of the Jewish Agency Execu-
tive, and the director of its de-
partment of education and cul-
ture.
Maurice Samuel, recognized
as one of the foremost men of
Jewish letters on the American
scene today, a devoted Labor
Zionist, and a personal friend
and admirer of Hayim Green-
berg, will speak on "The Legacy
of Hayim Greenberg."
The Habonim Choral Group
will present a selection of He-
brew and Yiddish songs. Isadore
L. Shrodeck, chairman of the
Detroit Labor Zionist Council,
will preside.
Friends are invited. For tick-
ets, call DI 1-0131.

- YOUNG DANCER'S GUILD
members of the Jewish Center
will participate in a special va-
cation dance program for chil-
dren, "The Teeny Tiny Lady
Goes to Storyland," at 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m. Wednesday at the
Detroit Institute of Arts. Per-
formers, under the direction of
Harriet Berg, will include Les-
lie Berg, Jill Drapkin, Madel-
ine Goodman, Irma Topper,
Mickey Levine, Cynthia Main-
ster, Lisa Goodman, Elena Kap-
lowicz, Barbara Wallace, Lisda
Rosenzweig, Judy Falick, Bar-
bara -Novus, Ellen Panush and
Linda Kahl.
* * *
THE DOROTHY ASHBY
TRIO has opened an engage-
ment at THE RAVEN GAL-
LERY OF FINE ARTS, 17600
James Couzens (864-9907).
Billed as "the world's foremost
popular harpist," Miss Ashby is
accompanied by John Tooley,
percussion, and Clarence Sher-
ill,

Eugene O'Neill's "LONG
DAY'S JOURNEY INTO
NIGHT" opens at the Trans-
Lux Krim Theater in a special
engagement beginning April
17. Katherine Hepburn, Ralph
Richardson, Jason Robards, Jr.,
and Dean Stockwell are starred
in the Embassy Pictures re-
lease, which was filmed en-
tirely in New York City. The
filmization of O'Neill's Pulitzer
Prize play was directed by Andre
Lumet and has special music
composed and played by Andre
Previn. All four stars were
given the coveted "Best Acting
Award" at the recent Interna-
tional Film Festival in Cannes,
where "Long Day's Journey
Into Night" was shown as the
official United States entry.

Dann

One again the search is on for
"MISS WATER WONDERLAND"
to reign over the New Products
and Inventions Exhibition, dur-
ing Michigan Week, May 24, 25
and 26, at the Michigan State
Fair Grounds. Miss Water Won-
derland must be pleasant, be-
tween 18 and 30. Contestants
may send a photo of themselves
and a brief biography to the Ex-
hibition Headquarters at 751 W.
Bethune St., Detroit 2. Winner
will win a course in modeling at
the Hollywood School of Charm.
* * *
Legendary LEOPOLD STO-
KOWSKI will conduct the or-
chestra he helped create, the
world-famed PHILADELPHIA
ORCHESTRA, when it appears
in concert at Detroit's Masonic
Auditorium, Wednesday even-
ing, May 8, it was announced
by C.W. Van Lopik, auditorium
manager. Stokowski and the or-
chestra's present conductor, Eu-
gene Ormandy, are given credit
for building the Philadelphia
to its present international
eminence. Stokowski first took
the baton in 1913 and remained
until 1940, completing 27 years
with the organization just this
year.

To Grow Older
An old Jewish woman, just
turned 90, became ill and called
the doctor. He examined her
carefully and looked doubtful.
"Can't you cure me, doctor?"
the old woman asked, hopefully.
"Dear Granny," said the doc-
tor soothingly. 'You know what
happens when one gets older.
All sorts of ailments begin to
happen. After all, a doctor is
not a miracle man. He cannot
make an old woman younger.''
"Who's asking you to make
me younger, doctor?" protested
the old woman. "What I want
is to grow older."

BY HENRY LEONARD

On account of the concluding two days of Passover,
which will be observed on Monday and Tuesday, the dead-
line for the issue of April 19 will be at noon today.
Copy arriving after the deadline either will be dis-
carded or, if timely, will be retained for the following
week's issue.

Massachusetts House
Defeats Closing Law
Exemption for Jews

MISS SIRELLA ROSENTHAL

News Brevities

Deadline Today for Next Week

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosenthal
of Greenlawn Ave. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sirella, to Michael Kent
Levitt, son of Dr. and Mrs. S. E.
Levitt of Monte Vista Ave.
Miss Rosenthal's fiance is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan and now attends its
School of Medicine. He is affili-
ated with Phi Delta Epsilon
Medical Fraternity. An Aug. 4
wedding is planned.

Dr. Goldin to Give
Annual Zwerdling
Lectures in Ann Arbor

mustered last year when the
bill previously had been reject-
ed.

BOSTON, (JTA)—Supporters
of an amendment to the Massa-
chusetts Sunday closing law,
which would exempt Jews and
Seventh Day Adventists, ex-
pressed hope that the measure,
which was defeated last week in
the House, would have better
luck in the Senate.
The lower chamber rejected
the amendment by a vote of 108
to 104. The measure had been
reported out to the floor with
a favorable report of the Legis-
lative Committee on Mercantile
Affairs. Rep. Freyda Koplow,
author of the bill, pleaded with
the House before the vote,
noting that such an amendment
had been declared constitution-
al by the U. S. Supreme Court.
Rabbi Samuel J. Fox, repre
senting the Massachusetts Coun-
cil of Rabbis, stressed that the
narrow margin of defeat indi-
cated a gain over the votes

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Prof. Bernhard Zondek, head
of the Department of Gyne-
cology and Obstetrics at the
Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medical School, unveiled a
plaque for the Premature
Baby Unit at Hadassah's
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1 7 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, A pril 12, 1963

Labor Zionists to Commemorate
ROsenthal-Levitt
10th Yahrzeit of Hayim Greenberg Engagonent Told

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