Bethrothal Is Told
Post-War Novel 'The Men' Fails
to Relate Development of History
Angelika Schrobsdorff was 5 . • . It is in a spirit of negation,
The Philadelphia Orchestra,
The comedy BERNADINE by
when Hitler came to power. She in an oversexed novel, that we
one of the world's most re- Mary Chase will be performed
was in Bulgaria during the war are asked to view the new life
nowned — and most traveled — at 2:10 p.m., Thursday, and 8
years and returned to Germany in Germany. It is not an instruc-
symphonic organizations, makes p.m., April 17, at Mackenzie
during the Allied occupation. In tive book. Well written, it
its annual Detroit appearence at High School. BARRY V. LE-
her novel, "The Men," published nevertheless fails to enlighten.
8:20 p.m., Wednesday, April 29, VINE is drama director. Tickets
by G. P. Putnam's Sons (200
at Masonic Auditorium, under will be at the box office before
Madison, N.Y.), the heroine,
the direction of both performances.
Eveline Clausen, mirrors her
life. Her father was German,
dy. From its first
SHIRLEY BOOTH, TV's Hazel,
her mother Jewish. Part of the
concert on Nov. the nation's favorite Queen of
story is enacted in Bulgaria.
16, 1900, at Phila- the Kitchen, will reign over the
In a note about her book, An-
delphia's A cad entertainment portion of De-
emy of Music, troit's observance of LAW DAY,
gelica Schrobsdorff states that
Alfred A. May. prominent
she did not want to give the
the archestra has USA, Friday, May 1, in the Ma-
leader, was named
facts in her life as much as "to
been one of the sonic Temple Auditorium.
show the effects that the events a member of the Wayne County
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Board of Supervisors, on Wed-
of recent history have had on all nesday.
CAROUSEL, presented by
of us." Then she explains:
tions, credited the Berkeley Area PTA Coun-
The appointment was made
Ormandy with many `firsts' cil, will open 8 p.m. today at
"My father was a German, my
MISS CAROLE FARRER
in the field of classical music. Norup Junior High School, Oak
mother Jewish. Had Germany by Councilman Ed Connors.
It was the first to make record- Park. Other performances will
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Far- remained a normal country I
ings under its own name with be Saturday evening, April 17 rer of East Hills, Roslyn, Long would have probably benefitted
its- own conductor (1917).
Island, announce the engage- from this; as it was, it became
and 18. Tickets at the door.
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ment of their daughter Carole a curse which robbed me of all
The Little Singers of Tokyo
to Barry I. Samuels, son of Mr. my peace of mind, overwhelmed
are making their initial Detroit
and Mrs. Alex Samuels, 17299 my entire existence and filled
"Music As You Like It"
appearance on their first tour
me with so many suspicions that
of America. They will appear
Miss Farrer is a senior at the I could never again regard the
hear Sunday night at the Scot-
University of Michigan. Her world the way millions of or-
tish Rite Cathedral.
fiance, a graduate of Wayne dinary people do.
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"I returned to Germany after
The Center Symphony Orch- State University, is attending
• Candids • Formals
Homer F. Long, executive-vice estra under the direction of
World War II in the hope of
president and director of the Julius Chajesms;Ar
School of Medicine, where he is finding solace in the land of my
Collegiate Campus of the De- w i 11 perform
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father. I didn't succeed. I saw
troit Business Institute, an- Beethoven's
Done in a Distinctive
the generations broken by Hit-
nounces the change in name to Ninth Sym-
Way For Those
ler—broken the way I had been
A June 20 wedding is plan- —uncertain, silent
the DETROIT COLLEGE OF phony 8 p.m.
BUSINESS, which occupies the Tuesday at 0
"My book is part of my life,
building and grounds formerly the Jewish ti .0.
not a mirror of it. The fate of
occupied by the Henry Ford
Eveline Clausen is intended to
Community College at Oakman Center. It will' .
suggest the confusion of our CALL MR. ROSEN 341-4141
Boulevard and Michigan Avenue
entire age. Whoever values the
truth, and is able to come to
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The National Federation of terms with it, will, I hope, find
Sales of new individual life phony has pre-
insurance by the DETROIT- sented th is
Jewish Mens Clubs will hold its
But while this claim is made
35th annual convention at Hotel
GOLD AGENCY of the Massa- work in the
Concord, Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., for a development in history,
chusetts Mutual Life Insurance orchestra's 23
th Schrobsdorff novel fails to
April 19 to 22.
and his music.
Company during the month of years.
it. "The Men" is just what
March amounted to $1,270,401
I. Murray Jacobs and Abe
the title implies: numerous rela-
and ranked the local agency ing will be the Orbach
Katzman of Congregation Sha-
19th among the company's 118 all professional Kenneth Jewell arey Zedek and Max Silverman tions with men, with an Amer-
ican soldier, a German movie
general agencies for the month
Chorale; Car- of Beth Aaron synagogue are director, a journalist . . . and
in production of individual life
olyn Grimes, members of the national board. the impression given is that the
insurance. The agency is headed
soprano; An- Abraham Satovsky of Congrega- cycle is not completed.
by Ruben Gold.
nette Loring, tion Shaarey Zedek is a past
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Instead of revealing what had
mezzo sopra- president of the National Fed- happened to the German mind,
Two residents of Northwest
as the returnees found it, there
Detroit have been appointed to
Delegates and their wives who is the emphasis by Eveline: "I
key positions in a new rehabili-
IN YOUR HOME PLAN
Harold Or- also plan to attend are: From was in flight from everything
tative center in Pontiac. MON-
bach, tenor; Shaarey Zedek, Dr. Davis A. Ben- `Jewish.' I wanted a man who
ROE M. TITLE, 20205 Mark
a n d Conwell son, Leonard Baron, Allan Char- would help me in this flight."
Twain, assistant administrator
C a rrington, lip, Edward Fleischman, David And when she rejected one of
of Brent General Hospital in
Goldman, Samuel Harwith, Irv- the serious men who were woo-
Detroit for the past ten years,
Thepro- ing Kramer, George Parzen, Mau- ing her, Julian Whitman, who
has been appointed as admin-
gram will rice Reistman, Frank Rosen- revealed to her that he, too, was
istrator of -Woodside Medical.
open with baum, Harvey Weisberg; from a Jew, she evinced from him the
CONSTANCE DeCLERCQ, R.N.
Chajes' 142nd Adas Shalom, Saul Waldman; comment: "You loved the Eng-
of 10045 Archdale, director of
Psalm for soli, from Bnai Moshe, Harry Guns- lishman in me, not the man.
nurses at Martin Place West for
mixed voices berg.
When you found out I was a
the past nine years, will be
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It is expected that 1000 dele- Jew, you were desperately dis-
nurses. WOODSIDE and orchestra by Chajes.
for Mr. Snyder
gates will be present from the appointed . . ."
MEDICAL, a 139 bed intensive
It is in this fashion that we
rehalibitation center and nurs-
of United States, Canada and are introduced to the return to
ing home is nearing completion
Germany by an escapee who
at 845 So. Woodward, Pontiac.
It will accept temporary or per-
also rejected her Jewish mother
manent patients on a non-sec-
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUX- State Sisterhoods
tarian basis and aims to pro-
vide all facilities of the modern ILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Schedule Conclave
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
general rehabilitative center.
The Michigan Federation of
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Carl Zide, 17593 Stoepel. Elec-
WHEATON GALLERY will tion and installation of officers Temple Sisterhoods will hold
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
hold an opening preview of its will be held.
Temple Israel, April 27-29. Mrs.
anniversary show 2 to 5 p.m.
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Sunday featuring new work by
SGT. MORTON A. SILVER- Arthur J. Hass, 1350 Strathcona,
gallery regulars and two guest MAN POST will hold a brunch is president of the State Federa-
artists, FREI) ICLINE, abstract meeting 10 a.m. Sunday in the tion, which is District No. 11 in
painter, and NORMAN SCHUL- Labor Zionist Institute. There the National Federation.
MAN, potter, from the Toledo will be election of officers. An
Museum of Art. The show will Israeli film, "The Wilderness of Challenge" will be the theme of
continue through May 16.
Zin," depicting the story of Dr. the three-day convention. The
Nelson Glueck's archeological more than 150 delegates who
explorations of ancient life in will particpate will represent
approximately 3,000 members of
the Negev, will be shown.
14 Sisterhoods throughout Mich-
Bernard Tabbat has been
igan. Mrs. Maurice Weiner,
named executive vice president
30600 Lahser Road, Birming-
The Jewish War Veterans of ham, Mich., is convention chair-
of Seagram Distillers Co., suc-
Emphasizing EXPERT INSTRUCTION by
ceeding Francis M. Fitzmaurice. the United States announced it man.
For the past two years Mr. has summoned key officials of
Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof, of
Tabbat has been executive vice the organization to a summit
president of Calvert Distillers meeting in Washington to in- Temple Rodeph Shalom, Pitts-
Co., another sales company of tensify the JWV's on-going na- burgh, President of the
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc. tional campaign for early pass- World Union for Progressive
Judaism, will be the principal
Murphy also has been elected age of the Civil Rights Bill.
speaker at the Banquet, April
a director of Seagram & Sons,
According to National Com-
the wholly owned U.S. subsidi- mander Daniel Neal Heller, the 28. Newly elected officers of the
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ary of Distillers Corp.-Segrams group, composed of many past Michigan Federation will be in-
stalled by Mrs. William J.
Ltd. of Canada.
national commanders, are Leffler of Eastchester, N. Y.,
Stanley and Elsie Michaels, Directors
Both Tabbat and Murphy were meeting in Washington to im- first vice president of the Na-
19647 Roslyn, Detroit 21, Michigan
directly concerned with the plement a "state by state, all tional Federation of Temple Sis-
planning and successful intro- posts" campaign of letter writ- terhoods.
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duction last year of Calvert ing and visitations to every
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