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June 05, 1964 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-05

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Community Dies in Montana;
Funds Sent to United Jewish Appeal

Jewish

.

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — The
United Jewish Appeal here has
received a check for $2,674.79
marking the virtual death of a
far western Jewish community
which flourished for nearly a cen-
tury.

OPENING MON., JUNE 8
The Hilarious Comedy of

PLUS STAR CAST OF 20

SIEGE'S
IN
INTERNATIONALLY
FAMOUS

The check had been sent by
Norman Winestine, of Helena,
Mont., UJA state chairman for the
state of Montana. With the check
came a letter explaining that the
money represented the liquidated
funds of the ladies auxiliary of
Helena's Temple Emanuel, closed
out by the women's organization
because the city no longer has a
Jewish community or a temple.
"It is with considerable sadness
that I remit the enclosed check,"
Winestine wrote. "We have had
Jewish religious services in Hel-
ena since the first white man pan-
ned gold in Last Chance Gulch.
"In 1891 a handsome temple
was built, and was maintained
for 30 or 35 years. At various
times the ladies auxiliary of
Temple Emanuel raised funds
for the repair and decoration of
the temple. But with the decline
of the Jewish community in this
city, the funds can no longer
be used for this purpose.
"We are therefore enclosing the
entire balance of the temple fund.
We know it will be thoughtfully
spent in the rescue and rehabilita-
tion of our Jewish brethren
wherever emergencies exist."
Jewish population statistics
show that there were 2,500 Jews
in Montana in 1905, about 1,500
in 1907, and 700 last year, about
half of these in Butte and Billings.

Danny Raskin's

BRUSSELS (JTA) —A leading honor itself with such practices,'
Belgian Socialist appealed to the the Belgian leader wrote.
Soviet Union against continuing
to dishonor itself with anti-Semi-
tism "before all those in the world
Dinner at DARBY'S
who are trying to understand its
is a real treat
revolution and its struggle."
Marcel Busiau, Parliamentarian
• Visit Our New
and former Belgian Cabinet Min-
SKYLIGHT
ister, assailed Soviet anti-Semitism
ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar
in the current issue of the Central
Bulletin of the Belgian Socialist
• AFTER
'rIIEATRE
party, "Directives and Documen-
Snacks .
.
tation."
Delight
LUNCHEON
"We Socialists, who have never
A Pleasure
practiced any blind and idiotic
anti - Sovietism, solemnly protest
LOU GORDON, WXYZ news against one of the most hideous
Res. UN 2-7642
commentator, will be guest speaker vices of humanity. With numerous
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
at testimonial dinner for Larry others we voice the desire that
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Labell, community - ite candidate Russia will not continue to dis-
for the open common council
berth, June 11, at Calvert Cater-
ing on Woodward . . . Also slated
ANTIQUES SHOW AT FAIR LANE
to be on hand are civic and social
June 4-5-6-7 at the former Henry Ford
leaders with a keen interest
toward the type of city govern-
mansion. Most exhibitors from out-of-
ment Larry is advocating.
state.
All items for sale. Refreshments
* * *
and
door
prize. Tickets $1.00—no charge
DR. EARL KAPLAN was hon-
for children under 12. Entrance on Michi-
ored with a dinner at Sheraton-
Cadillac, with more than 250 podi-
gan just west of Southfield.
atrists and wives attending . . .
SPONSORED BY
About eight year s ago, Earl
founded the Detroit Civic Hospital,
DEARBORN ROTARY CLUB
the world's first hospital exclu-
sively for foot surgery . . . He is
president of the American Podi-
atry Association . . . and hops
from office. to TV interviews, etc
. . • Week before last, he was on
four programs, speaking about
children walking, women wearing
high heels and other podiatry
Woodward Ave. at 11 1 /2 Mile Road
topics . . . all of which leads to
the confusion of how feet tied in
with the promotion of Michigan
Week!
* * *

LISTENING

.lit1

Spanish Jewry in Approach
To World Jewish Congress
The Jewish communities of Spain
CASINO & MOTOR HOTEL
have sought affiliation with the
WO 5 6871
00 1 .1GALL RD . WINDSOR
World Jewish Congress. Dr. Nathan
Goldmann, president of the WJC,
NOW THRU SATURDAY
announced this development at a
LEE CARON
meeting of the North American
IMAGINE THE LOOK on bar-
Master of Comedy
Executive of the World Jewish Con-
ber
Jack Gilbert's face when a lad
CARTER & : LYNN • DON MCCALL
gress in New York.
took a seat in his chair last week
LINDSAY SAPPHIRE DANCERS
JACK MADDEN & HIS ORCHESTRA
at the Oak Manor shop in Oak
Want ads get quick results !
Park, and refused to remove his
hat . . . After much bickering,
Jack told the kid he couldn't give
YOUR TICKET TO A GLORIOUS SUMMER OF TOP STAR ENTERTAINMENT!!
him a haircut and to let someone
N.
o _.
P ile f ?
c.P. .-:: : :7"—
KENNETH E. SCHWARTZ producer
else have the chair . . . The boy
'1 .-ipg:AS"
jumped off with glee and said,
"Thanks! Now my mother can't
say I didn't go to the barber!"
Glamorous TY, stage & movie stars IN PERSON Off 3 f aGnredenjilidifeBeittwdse.en
* .* *

.

NORTHLAND PLAYHOUSE.,-_---,„ , - - -t„

OPENING FRIDAY JUNE 12-21

SPOOFINGLY HILARIOUS _..

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1 SligS Ka

50 SIDE-SPLITTING WEEKS ON BROADWAY' '

FERNANDO LAMAS
ESTHER WILLIAMS

KATHY NOLAN
ROGER SMITH

Sunday in New or

Smash
y.
D
1st Time in
Comedetroit

a

JUNE 23-28

HAL MARCH
MARJORIE LORD

(Danny Thomas' Ty Wife)

The Wayward Stork

1

HOW MANY OF THESE celebri-
ties do you recognize? . . . 1. Ella
Geisman. 2. David Kaminsky.
3. Bernie Schwartz. 4. Issur Dan-
ielovitch . . . Answers: 1. June
Allison. 2. Danny Kaye. 3. Tony
Curtis. 4. Kirk Douglas.
• * *

4,

Comedy—with

the

4-r
eu i
y It Before
Guild. See

Theater

(MRS. BING)

"Sabrina Fair"

Romance—Comedy—Feet

Aug. 4.9

RODGERS 4
HAMMERSTEIN'S
"SOUND OF MUSIC"

in

BACHELORS S WIFE

captivating comedy
JUNE 30-JULY 5

Peggy at her funniest
JULY 7.12

HUGH O'BRIAN

the best American

comedy ever written

JULY 21-26

K ATHRYN CROSBY

PEGGY CASS

in KIND SIR

"MR. ROBERTS"

ALLAN

SHERMAN
My Son, the Folksinger!

Will charm you in

7-Year Itch
Aug. 11.16

JUNE ALLYSON
"The Mating Dance"



Lerner & Loewe's

.

MY FAIR LADY

Staring ALLYN ANN
McLERIE

JULY 28-Aug.

2

LYNN BARI.

ALAN MOWBRAY
BILLY GREY

"ENTER LAUGHING"

still on Broadway
a comedy smash
AUG. 18-23

JAYNE MANSFIELD

"BUS STOP"

a new comedy on its
LAWRENCE BROOKS
An Ba . 15N:rt i t a s r A l l Davis
way to Broadway
MIMI TURQUE
• with Mike Hareitay
AUG. 25.30
SEPT. 1-6
SEPT. 8.13
ALL PLAYS SUBJECT TO CHANGE—NO PERFORMANCE MONDAY EVE,

MAIL ORDERS NOW BEING TAKEN!

Make checks payable to Northland Playhouse, Southfield,
Mich. Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope.

PLAYHOUSE DRIVE-IN BOX OFFICE OPEN 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
8:30 p.m. Sat., 6• Sun., 7:30 p.m.
TIMES Tue., Wed., Thurs.,
$3.90 — $2.90 — $1.90.
PRICES: Fri., 8:30 p.m., Sat., 9:30 p.m. $4.40-$3.40-$2.40

SAVE 15

A

Ten 53.90 admissions, worth $39.00 cost you only $33.50—
Yoe save $5.50 per book! You and your guests have "Carta
yBoluanecteo'o'seto
e ntd s acanny pa asay tannd uspeedrlofrom
r arreidaoyn aanndy date

Tickets

P.M. Satin-day when prices are slightly advanced. You
merely pay a small additional charge. Yor still save 15%

SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES FOR THEATER PARTIES. CALL WO 24797

Belgian Socialist Assails Russian Anti-Semitism

VACATIONING IN Key West,
Fla., Al Golden sat fishing from
the end of a pier, and all day long
a stranger sat behind him, watch-
ing intently . . . Finally, Al turned
and asked with sarcastic polite
ness, "Did it ever occur to you
to do some fishing of your own?"
. . . Never," admitted the kibitzer
cheerfully. "I haven't the patience
for it."

Always Gives You That
"Something Extra"

Friday—SUPERLATIVE SEA FOODS AND OUR OWN FRESH WISCONSIN
FROG LEGS for which we are famous.

Sunday—BOUNTIFUL BRUNCH BUFFET 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Adults $2.35;
Children $1.65

Special Sunday Family Dinner from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. at $2.65
Children $1.50 (Our regular Menu items also available).

Tuesday, Thursday — OUR FAMOUS BOUNTIFUL BUFFET DINNER
served from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Wednesday—STEAK NIGHT—Select your own steak from our iced
Steak Wagon Display.

1 ./lie -Are Party fannero

AT NORTHWOOD INN We Can Handle from 20 to 500 People in
our Own Banquet Rooms with Ample Parking Available.
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTIES, SHOWERS
WEDDING RECEPTIONS, BAR MITZVAHS
We also do Outside Catering to your Home-Office or Plant

Plays Every Night
Tuesday through Sat.
Dinner Music from 6 p.m. and for Dancing after 10 p.m. nitely

GEORGE GENOFF'S ORCHESTRA

Reservations JO 4-6688 or LI 1-2577

ak'

Communal Jews Urged
to Rise to Challenges

LOS ANGELES ( J T A ) — The
Jewish communal workers in the
United States must face a series
of problems challenging every
Jew and every American today,
and must act vigorously to help
solve those problems.

One thousand members of the
National Conference of Jewish
Communal Service were thus
warned by Jacob T. Zukerman of
New York, president of the con-
ference, in an address here open-
ing the organization's five-day 66th
annual assembly.
Meeting in the West for the first
time in its history, the conference
was joined by a number of asso-
ciate groups, including the Na-
tional Association of Jewish Cen-
ter Workers, the National Council
for Jewish Education, the Associa-
tion of Jewish Communal Rela-
tions Workers and the National
Association of Jewish Homes for
the Aged.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 5, 1964
32

DEBORAH KERR • BAYLEY MILLS
JOH MILLS

IN

ROSS HUNTER'S mount*

h The

DEAr

NOW SHOWING

Adults $1
before 6 p.m.
(Except Sun.
& Hols.)
Matinees Every
Wed., Sat., Sun.

SCHAEFER

AT W.

McNIC,HOLS

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