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May 15, 1964 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-15

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Yeshiva University Hosts the Fourth Estate

17th Century Goldsmiths
The Banu Kainuka, a Jewish
tribe which flourished in Arabia in
the early part of the 17th Century
were noted for their skill as gold-
smiths and for their bravery. They
were driven out of the country
during the Mohammedan conquest.

GOING TO THE BEACH?

Surwin's have the largest selection
of swim suits and active sportswear
by Catalina, Jack Winters, Oleg
Cassini, Roxanne, Country Set. Sea-
B's.

SURWIN'S
Lot G, Northland Center

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Yeshiva University played host to the editors and publishers of the American Jewish Press Asso-
ciation at a dinner held at Stern College for Women during the AJPA annual convention. Attending the
dinner were, from left: seated, Joe Cummins, Bnai Brith Messenger, Los Angeles; Mrs. Lee Neusner,
Connecticut Jewish Ledger, Hartford; Morris Janoff, Jersey City Jewish Standard, and president of the
AJPA; Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University; Mrs. Al Bloom, Pittsburgh Jewish Chron-
icle; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, Detroit Jewish News; standing, Milton Pinsky, Columbus Jewish
Chronicle; Jimmy Wisch, Dallas-Fort Worth, Tex., Jewish Post; Nathan Ziprin, Seven Arts Syndicate;
Al Bloom, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle; Joseph Weisberg, Boston Jewish Advocate; Adolph Rosenberg,
Southern Israelite, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Firestone, Jewish Chronicle, Kansas City, Mo.


• FOR IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS TO • •
• • HOTEL CONCORD and GROSSINGER'S •

CALL

• •

BEE KALT TRAVEL SERVICE

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Detroit Phone:

Birmingham Phone:

JO 6-1490

MI 6-2170

Sam Levenson
Will Appear at
Dinner Here

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SAM LEVENSON

Announcement was made this
week that Sam Levenson, one of
the country's most popular enter-
tainers, will appear at the dinner
of Yeshiva University, at Cobo
Hall, June 2. The dinner will
honor Ben Levinson.

Producer Stanley Margulies, a
studio publicist who became an
associate of both Kirk Douglas any
Tony Curtis, is now on his own
producing 20th-Century Fox Stu-
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Ullman
dios' most expensive feature since
Research Center for Health Serv- "Cleopatra," entitled "Those
ices, a 12-sided, 12-story biological Magnificent Men in Their Flying
research laboratory, was formally Machines."
opened here by the Albert Ein-
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stein College of Medicine of Yesh-
iva University.
The I16-million laboratory is
named for Siegfried Ullman, phil-
anthropist and industrialist. who
contributed $2 million. The Na-
tional Institute of Health gave $3
million; and $11 million for con-
struction and equipment was ob-
tained from private contributions.
The new 'laboratory will contain
the department of molecular bi-
ology, the department of cell bi-
ology, the animal institute, the de-
partment of genetics and, later,
institutes for biophysics, blood re-
search, and biomedical research,
as well as special sections for car-
diac, endocrine and metabolic
studies.

IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS & CONFIRMATIONS

THE CONCORD — GROSSINGER'S
NEVELE COUNTRY CLUB

And many other fine hotels . . . from Maine to Florida . .
from the east coast to the west coast.

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TRAVEL SERVICE

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Just North of Outer Drive

Truman Honored
on 80th Birthday

Auschwitz Defendant
Displays Indifference

7"

FRANKFURT, (JTA) — Oswald
Kaduk, one of the key defendants
in the trial of 22 members of the
staff of the Auschwitz concentra-
tion camp, played disinterestedly
with a ballpoint pen while a wit-
ness accused him of killing several
prisoners.
Leon Czekalski, 44, a barber
from Warsaw, told the court he
had seen Kaduk shoot various in-
mates in the winter of 1942-43.
Kaduk appeared to be not listen-
ing to the testimony.
The witness also made allega-
tions against two other defendants
—Wilhelm Boger and Emile Bed-
narik. The latter, he said, had
learned to kill from the S.S. Corps.
"Several times I saw him beat
near-starving prisoners to death
with a chair then retire to his
room to pray," he declared.
At the trial, the Court asked
to see Wolfgang Liebeneiner's
picture, "Ich Klage An" (I Ac-
cuse) in defense of genocide.
Produced in wartime Germany,
the film has a hidden tendency
to encourage the mass murder
of minorities. The prosecutor
wanted to knoiw whether direc-
tor Wolfgang Liebeneiner re-
ceived special instructions from
the Nazi government for the pro-
duction.
Liebeneiner, a Max Reinhardt
discovery, was one of Germany's
top stars and directors during the
Third Reich. He has remained
quite active in German movies
and on the stage. He is currently
in Switzerland, at the Zurich
"Staddtheater," guiding a revisal
of Johann Strauss' operetta "Wien-
er Blut."

Only at the Concord: 3 great golf courses. The new 7200
yard, 18•hole "Concord" (one of the greatest golf courses
yet conceived). The world famous, 18-hole "International"
and the sporty 9-hole "Challenger." Driving ranges, practice
putting greens, electric golf carts, "Pro" shop and compli-
mentary Clubhouse dining at the golfing capital of the resort
world. Jimmy Demaret 3-time Master's Champion, Head
Pro • Jackie Burke, Resident Pro.



Detroit Jews joined this week
in extending greetings to form-
er President Harry S. Tru-
man, on his 80th b i r t h d a y.
President Truman received com-
mendations for having joined
the local committee in sponsor-
ing the annual Yeshiva Univer-
sity dinner, to be held at Cobo
Hall, June 2, with Benjamin
Levinson as the honoree of the
year. President Truman is hon-
orary chairman of this year's
dinner. Many Michigan notables
are among the honorary co-
chairmen.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 15, 1964
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Einstein Medical College
Opens 12-Story Lab
for Biological Research



Only at the Concord: world's largest Hawaiian outdoor pool

• Tropical indoor pool • Health club • Buster Crabbe, Direc-
tor • World's largest artificial outdoor skating rink • 15
tennis courts • Riding on miles of trails • Skeet shooting.

Only at the Concord: "thrill" to the international greats of
show business. The newest and most luxurious in resort
accommodations. A superlative cosmopolitan cuisine. Full
American Plan (3 marvelous meals daily).

'world's foremost resort"

Golf Outings: For 200, 400, and 600 on 3 great courses:
Singles: Meet other singles at Concord weekends.'

Kiamesha Lake, New York. Only 90 minutes from N.Y.C. Ray Parker, General Manager.
HOTEL TEL.: MONTICELLO, N. Y. 1840 or see your travel agent.

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