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May 08, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-08

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List 170 Notables on. Hart Testimonial Host Committee

Plan At Home Receptions
for Beth El Confirmands

Annual confirmation services of Temple Beth El will take place on
May 17. At-home receptions will be held that afternoon for the follow-
ing Temple Beth El confirmands:
NANCY JO BERNSTEIN, daughter of Mrs. Betty Lewis Bernstein,
25417 Sherwood, Huntington Woods. Reception to be held at
home of the I. ill. Lewis', 25409 Sherwood, Huntington Woods,
2-5 p.m. No cards.
PAMELA JAYNE GORDON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avery W.
Gordon, 17586 Birchcrest, 2-5 p.m.
')NANCY RUTH HARRIS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Harris, 18095 Fairfield, 2 - 5:30 p.m. No cards.
ANN STEPHANIE MEYERS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Meyers, 1610 Lincolnshire, 2-5 p.m. No cards.

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News revities

"THE WORLD OF HENRY
ORIENT," starring Peter Sellers,
Paula Prentiss and Angela Lans-
bury, premiered at the Mercury
Theater,
* * *
Two performances of "HANSEL
AND GRETEL" will be presented
by the "Wayne State University
Children's Theater, 1 p.m. and 3
p.m. Saturday at Oak Park High
School. The production is under
the sponsorship of the Friends of
the Oak Park Library. Tickets are
on sale at the Oak Park Library
and will be available at the door.
* * *

NATIONAL MUSIC WEEK is be
ing observed through Sunday under
the sponsorship of the National
Federation of Music Clubs, a non-
profit organization dedicated to
music. The theme this year is
"Make Music Your Keynote for
Living."

*

* *

A HEARING TEST TRAILER
parked at the Northland Shopping
Center mall ,will be available to
adults through the Detroit Hear-
ing Center until May 16, offering
free • two-minute hear ing tests
daily, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tues-
day and Wednesday- and 1 p.m. to
9 p.m. all other days but Sunday.
*
*
A new "Antony" and a new
GORDON
STAPLES
will be violin
"Juliet" are on stage at Wayne
State University's Hilberry Classic soloist at a special concert by the
Theatre. A newcomer to the Classic DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHES-
repertory compan y, Alexander TRA 8:15 p.m. May 22 at Macken-
Panas, is replacing ailing ...Earl zie High School, as one of a series
Bettinger in "ANTONY AND CLE- to be given in area schools. For
OPATRA." Taking over as the free tickets, send a request and self-
third Juliet of the Classic's addressed, stamped envelope to the
"Shakespeare 400" season will be music of f i c e, Mackenzie High
HENRIETTA HERMELIN, who I School, 9275 Wyoming.

* * *
The UNIVERSITY OF BUFFA-

A host committee of 170 notables,
prominent in the fields of govern-
ment, labor, education and religion,
has been formed for the Senator
Philip A. Hart testimonial dinner,
to be held May 24, in the Cobo
Hall ballroom. "--"W7,,--M:M:i3;:i9
Guest speaker
at the dinner will
be UAW Secre-
t a r y - Treasurer
Emil Mazey, who
attended the
Israel 16th anni-
versary celebra-
tion at Beer-
sheba.
Honorary chair-
man is Walter P.
Reuther, UAW
president, a n d
t h e toastmaster
will be August
Scholle, president
of the Michigan
Sen. Hart
State AFL-CIO.
Co-chairmen are Al Barbour, presi-
dent of the Wayne County AFL-
CIO Council; Barney Hopkins, sec-
retary-treasurer of the Michigan
State AFL-CIO and William C.
Marshall, executive vice president
of the Michigan State AFL-CIO

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Americans for Progressive Is-
rael - Hashomer Hatzair will host
Drs. Mildred and Robert Axelrod
with films and report on Afghan-
istan, where they served as mem-
bers of the medical staff of a
CARE project.
Dr. Arthur Feuer will chair the
8:30 p.m. meeting. Saturday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. The public
is invited.

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Hebrew Music Lecture

can also be seen as Celia in "As
Prof. Jason Tickton will lecture
You Like It" and Iras in "Antony." LO ALUMNI CLUB OF MICHI-
on "Hebrew Music," 8:45 p.m.
* * *
GAN will hold a reunion 6 p.m. Saturday at the Sholem Aleichem
CONCEPT EAST THEATER 401 May 15 at Jeri's Restaurant. For
Institute.
East Adams, is holding auditions reservations, Call chairman Mrs
for a new play "Ivy League Lee Franklin Weinstock, VE 5- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Heart" by Jean Rosenbaum. Audi- •9181.
Friday, May 8, 1964
23
tions will be 6 p.m. daily and Sun-
day through May 17 and 1 p.m.
Saturday.

Williams, and as lieutenant gov-
ernor for two terms. He was
elected to the U.S. Senate in 1958
and has long been a liberal leader.
For dinner reservations call DI
1-5707 or write the Senator Hart
Testimonial Dinner Committee,
8522 W. McNichols.
Among the members of the host
committee are Senators Paul H.
Douglas, Hubert Humphrey, Pat-
rick V. McNamara and William
Proxmire; Congressmen John D,
Dingell, Lucien Nedzi and Neil
Staebler; Mayor Jerome P. Cava-
nagh and other state, county and
city officials and judges.

The dinner is sponsored by the
Trade Union Division of State of
Israel Bonds.
Representing the State of Israel
at the dinner will be Shimon
Moratt, labor counselor of the
Israeli embassy in Washington,
who will present Hart with an
award. Rabbi Morris Adler, chair-
man of the UAW Public Review
Board, will have a prominent role
in the program.
Senator Hart is being honored
for his devotion to , human rights
and for his friendship for Israel.
Born in Bryn Mawr, Pa., he is
a graduate of Georgetown Univer-
sity and the University of Michi-
gan Law School. He served -five
years in the U.S. Army during
World War II, was wounded on
D-Day but recovered in time to
fight in the Battle of the Bulge.
He received the Croix de Guerre
and was discharged with the rank
of lieutenant colonel.
Senator Hart has served as
Michigan Corporation and Securi-
ties commissioner, as a United
States District Attorney, as Price
Stabilization director, as legal ad-
viser to former Gov. G. Mennen

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A TASTE OF HEBREW

Detroit's third annual observance
of NATIONAL POLICE WEEK will
be held from May 11 to 17, and will
feature open house hours at each
Detroit precinct station except
headquarters, 1300 Beaubien.
* * *
Three films produced by the
Women's Committee of UNI T'ED
CONBIUNITY SERVICES and
Wayne State University, are avail-
able free to all clubs and organiz-
ations in the area. The color
movies, available at the Main Li-
brary, are "Magic Day" on the serv-
ices to young people and their
families; "Who Kills the Tiger?,"
a Venice Film Festival prize-win-
ning film on man's need to band
together in the attack on social
problems; and "Ace III" on "grow-
ing old in dignity."

A Weekly Column for Beginners

presented by

THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE

and the

AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION

Uttar: DR. SULOMO KODESH

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WSU Students Receive
Creative Writing Honors

Two Wayne State students in
the community were named win-
ners of the university's 1964 Frank
G. Tompkins Awards for Creative
Writing.
They are Susan Netzorg, 17140
Mendota, who received $125 for a
short story, and Richard Rosenthal,
5538 Cass, who received honorable
mention for a play.

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