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June 19, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-19

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Hirschmann to Speak, Bina Landau
to Entertain at Bond Event Next
nonday in Honor of William Hordes

Shofar Sounds
in 'Lear' Battle
at Stratford

Bina Landau, Israel singer, will
head the program of entertain-
ment at the Labor Zionist Move-
ment-Landsmanshaften Israel 16th
anniversary celebration which will
honor William
Hordes, Monday,
8:30 p.m., at the
Labor Zionist In-
Ira Hirsch-
mann, diplomat,
author and ex-
pert on the Mid-
dle East, will be
the guest speak-
er at the affair
on behalf of Is-
rael Bonds.
Hordes will be
honored for his
service to Zion-
ism, his cham-
pionship of Israel
Bina Landau and his devotion
to humanity. He and his wife,
Bella, are active in many Jewish
and communal causes and their
children are following in their
Hordes is a former president of
the JNF Council and is chairman
of the JNF Foundation. He has
served as president of Arlazaroff
branch of Farband and is active
in Poale Zion, Histadrut, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, Jewish Corn-
munity Council and YIVO. He has
been linked with Israel Bonds
since the first Bond drive in 1951.
Miss Landau takes an active part
in the cultural activities of the
Labor Zionist movement in Phila-
delphia. She has been acclaimed
by many critics.
During World War II, Hirsch-
mann was sent on a secret mission

Special to Jewish News
STRATFORD, Ontario — Three
notable first nights Marked the
opening of the Shakespearean
Festival productions here this
Unmatched enthusiasm greeted
the performance of "Richard II"
on Monday night.
It was followed, Tuesday, by the
presentation of "La Bourgeois Gen-
tilhomme," the Moliere comedy. It
was a departure from Shakespear-
ean programming a n d Douglas
Rain gave an excellent account of
himself as Join-dain.
On Wednesday, the Stratford
company preesnted "King Lear,"
and once again John Colic o s
emerges as one of the great actors
of our time in the title role as
Willim Hutt as Richard shows
in his interpretation of a unique
role and the aid of a brilliant
cast at once placed the Stratford
season's activities on a high
Among the noteworthy portions
of this new season, scheduled
to be the longest, is the presenta-
tion in the storming of the Bristol
Castle in "Richard II", of the fenc-
ing master, Patrick Crean. The
flight sequence is one of the high-
lights of the festival.
A Welsh song written for the
festival by John Cook is another
specialty of note.
Interestingly enough, pointing
to the ingenuity of the director,
Michael Langham, is the resort
to a Shofar — the traditional
Jewish ram's horn used on Holy
Days—in "King Lear."
Music by Louis Applebaum adds
to the grace of the festival pro-
ductions and continued a long-
standing tradition for great thea-
trical arrangements.
Jean Cascon directed "Le Bour-
geois." Stuart Burge is the "Rich-
ard II" director.
"The Faces of Canada," the prin-
cipal exhibition of the Stratford
Festival's 12th season, will open in
the Festival Arena at 3 p.m. June
20. A sequel to the 1963 art show,
"Canada on Canvas," which was a
kaleidoscopic presentation of Can-
adian landscape from 1900 to the
present day, "The Faces of Canada"
will be concerned solely with por-
traits of Canadians by Canadians—
both paintings and sculptures —
and will consist mostly of works
done since 1900.
The Stratford Festival's Exhibi-
tions, which are under the super-
vision of Stratford Artist, Robert
Ihrig, will as usual occupy two
buildings on the River Drive with-
in a few minutes' walk of both the
Festival Theater and downtown
Stratford. In the Festival Arena,
where "The Faces of Canada" will
hang, there will be a display of
Shakespearean and rare books
loaned by Sidney Fisher, of Mont-
real, whose collection is rated one
of the most-prized on the con-


to Turkey by President Roosevelt
to negotiate with Eichmann's
agents for the rescue of thousands
of Jewish children. He traded four
American visas for the lives of
100,000 Romanian Jews and con-
ferred, with Apostolic Delegate
Angelo Romcalli (later Pope John
XXIII) on the exodus of thousands
of Jews from Hungary. He is the
author of "Lifetime to a Promised
Land" and "Caution to the Winds."
Hirschmann served as special
inspector general of UNRRA and
reorganized the DP camps in Ger-
Refreshments will be served at
Monday's event. For reservations,
call the Bond office DI 1-5707 or DI
1-0669. Names of those who pur-
chase Israel Bonds prior to or
on the night of the celebration
will be listed in a souvenir folio
to be presented to Hordes.

Seminary's Dr. Max Arzt to Speak
at Hillel Founders Day Banquet

Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
will be principal speaker at the
sixth annual Founders Day Dinner
of the Hillel Day School 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Adas Shalom Syna-
Abe Kasle, general chairman, an-
nounces that special community

Hillel Day School will offer a musi-
cal presentation, and young Hillel
students will also lead in the in-
vocation and birkat hamazon.
Serving with Kasle as cochairmen
are Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and Sher-
man Shapiro. Associate chairmen
include Mrs. William Burk, Mrs.
Samuel Danto, Milton Marwil, Abe
Morrison and Albert Posen.
Max H. Goldsmith, president of
Hillel Day School, announces that
a few reservations are available for
dinner. Call the school office, LI
Registration for kindergarten and
elementary grades 1-7 is open for
the school year beginning in Sep-
tember. The school office may be
called for applications.

Mrs. Ida Rosenberg
Honored by Sons, Who
Buy $20,000 in Bonds


service citations will be conferred
upon Mrs. Emma Schaver and Tom
Harry Cohen, honorary chair-
man, will receive a "Scroll of
Friendship" inscribed with the
names of those who honored him
last year, on his 80th birthday,
for his service to Hillel Day School
and other Jewish causes.
Dr. Arzt, a former president of
the Rabbinical Assembly, is pro-
fessor of practical theology on the
Seminary faculty. One of America's
renowned orators and educators, he
has written many articles and
works of scholarship. Dr. Arzt is
author of "Justice and Mercy," a
commentary on the High Holy Day
liturgy which was published last
July and is becoming a popular
classic in the American Jewish
Members of the student choir of

The sons of Mrs. Ida Rosenberg,
who was guest of honor at the
recent Berditchev-Keshenev Aid
Society's Israel celebration, have
increased their Israel Bond pur-
chase to $20,000, thus making the
Society's Bond subscriptions a
total of $27,000.
The four sons subscribing for
$20,000 in Israel Bonds, in honor
of their mother are, Al, Jack, Eddie
and Lester Rosenberg.

Dr. Leo M. Franklin Was
Early Leader in the CCAR

The late Dr. Leo M. Franklin
was one of the organizers and early
leaders of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis. Due to a
typographical error, his name did
not appear in the article about the
formation of the CCAR, by Irving
I. Katz, which was published in
last week's Jewish News.

No point in Michigan is more
than 85 miles from one of the four
bordering Great Lakes.

'Kyushu Jew' Wins

ITAZUKE, Japan — The "Kyu-
shu Jew" has come in first. No,
this isn't a race horse or a Japan-
ese soccer team — the "Kyushu
Jew" is a chapel newspaper edited
by Chaplain (Capt.) Marvin L.
Tokayer, and it took first place
in its class in an annual contest
for such publications sponsored
by the First U.S. Air Force. Chap-
lain Tokayer, stationed at Itazpke
Air Base, serves the religious
needs of Jewish men of the USAF
in central Japan. The "Kyushu
Jew" is to all of these airmen
what the more ordinary synagogue
bulletin is to men and women in
civilian communities across the
United States. Staff writers are
AC2 Felix Orlin and AC3 Steve

Friday, June 19, 1964

Rites in New York


At ceremonies in New York
City, the marriage of Recia E.
Herbstman to I. William Cohen
was solemnized recently. The cou-
ple are the children of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Herbstman of West
Orange, N.J., and Dr. and Mrs. A.
L. Cohen of Parkwood Dr., Hunt-
ington Woods.
Rabbi Harold Hahn officiated.
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Clifford Herbstman and Mrs. Har-
old Hahn, the bridegroom's sister.
Clifford Herbstman, brother of the
bride, was best man.
The couple is living in Ann Ar-
bor, where he will continue his
studies at the University of Michi-

`Yiddle With His Fiddle'
to Be Shown at the Surf

Surf Theater will present for a
limited engagement of seven days
two Jewish films, "Yiddle With His
Fiddle" and "Mamele," starring
Molly Picon, beginning July 15.
Yiddish comedienne and singer
Molly Picon was costar of the
Broadway hit "Milk and Honey."
"Yiddle With His Fiddle," pro-
duced 25 years ago, and "Mamele"
feature such Jewish songs as
"Castles in the Air," "Oh Mama,
I'm So In Love," "A Wedding Cer-
Both pictures are in Yiddish
with English subtitles.

Israel's Sugar Yield
Israel's sugar beet crop this year
will total 320,000 tons yielding
about 40,000 tons of sugar, about
half of Israel's total consumption.


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