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June 25, 1965 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-25

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New Home of Hebrew University Med School `Moses' Opera Plagued by Censorship

LONDON—It may yet prove that
Moses had an easier time of get-
ting the Israelites to the Promised
Land than it will be for the Royal
Shakespeare Theater to present—
with tact — Schoenberg's opera
"Moses and Aaron".
The theater has just received a
memo from Buckingham Palace to
go easy on the orgy scene. Arnold
Schoenberg's opera calls for rape,
murder and suicide in a gripping
Act II climax, and the order has
come to "be tasteful."
It may be recalled from the
Bible that when Moses was re-
ceiving the Commandments from _
God, his people got tired of wait-
ing and started to engage in wild
excesses for their pagan gods.
Schoenberg wanted real animals
slaughtered on the stage and four
nude virgins offered to the golden
calf. Peter Hall, director of the
theater, reportedly has hired a
squad of strippers for the role.

A view of the new 58,500,000 Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School at Ein Karem shows
the latest addition to the medical center, a comprehensive complex of medical training, research
and clinical facilities in all the health sciences. Americans participating prominently in the dedication
ceremonies were Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, national president of Hadassah, and Dr. Albert B. Sabin,
vice president of American Friends of the Hebrew University and chairman of its Physicians Di-
vision. The complex was established jointly by Hadassah and Hebrew University in association with
the American Friends of the Hebrew University.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The new
building of the Hebrew University
—Hadassah Medical School, con-
structed at a cost of $8,500,000,
was dedicated here Sunday. The
structure is part of the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Cen-
ter, a complex of schools and clin-
ical facilities in all the medical
sciences.
Participating in the dedication
* *

ceremonies were Mrs. Mortimer with the dedication of the new
Jacobson, national president of medical school building.
Hadassah, and Dr. Albert B. Sabin,
Among the noted scientists at-
vice president of the American tending the symposium are Nobel
Friends of the Hebrew University Prize winner Ernst Chain, Dr. Al-
and chairman of its Physicians bert Sabin, developer of live polio
Division-
vaccine, and other top scientists
An international symposium from France, England, Greece,
on "The Impact of the Basic Turkey, Poland, Yugoslavia, Italy,
Sciences on Medicine" with the Sweden and other countries.
participation of some 60 scien-
(The dedication of the new home
tists from 12 countries opened of the Hebrew University-Hadas-
Yiddish Journalism Center Monday here in conjunction sah Medical School was celebrated
in New York Sunday afternoon at
Is Named at Hebrew U.
a reception held at University
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The U.•. Education Fund House.)
Abraham Cahan Research Center
at the Hebrew University was ded- Alleviates Crisis in
icated at a ceremony in which Israeli
igh Schools
Adolf Held, general manager of
NEW YORK (JTA)—The chief
the Jewish Daily Forward of New of Israel's secondary education
York and head of the Abraham system said here Tuesday that the
(Review on Page 20)
Cahan Fund in the United States, country's immediate high school
Ely Landau's "The Pawnbroker"
and Hebrew University president construction crisis has been sub- has been set to open July 6, simul-
Eliahu Eilat participated.
stantially eased by the early suc- taneously at the Camelot and
The center contains an esti- cess of the Israel Education Fund Studio North Theaters. The offi-
mated 5,000,000 microfilm units of the United Jewish Appeal.
cial United States entry at the 1964
of Yiddish journalism which have
Eliezer Shmueli, director of the Berlin Film Festival, at which Rod
appeared in newspapers, periodi- post-elementary schools adminis- Steiger won the Best Actor Award
cals and books during the past tration of Israel's ministry of edu- for his role, "The Pawnbroker" is
300 years. Publications received cation, told the initial meeting of based on the best selling novel of
from the Soviet Union are also the IEF advisory board at the Wal- the same title by the late Edward
included in the collection. The re- dorf-Astoria that 13 schools in im- Lewis Wallant and directed by
search center was made possible migrant development areas are in Sidney Lumet.
by the Abraham Cahan Fund construction today as a direct re-
At the opening, sponsored by
which was established in New sult of the Fund's first-year drive. Bnai Bprith, producer Landau will
York in memory of the late editor
An important byproduct of this be honored by the organization.
of the Forward. Following the dedi- substantial school construction aid,
Dealing with one man's attempt
cation ceremony, Held was the he added, has been the accelera-
to live cloistered
guest of honor at a luncheon tion of the ministry's high school
in the midst of
tendered by the university.
life, "The Pawn-
tuition scholarship program. With-
in two years, he declared, half of
broker" created
Israel's secondary school students
a sensation in the
will be receiving free education.
European press
after the Berlin
Joseph Meyerhoff of Baltimore,
Festival and has
chairman of the IEF advory board,
called for a drive to establish
already stirred
scholarships for training 8,500 high
c onsider-
school teachers within the next four
able controversy
On Lake Huron
Wallant
in this country.
or
five
years.
450 feet of Private Beach
Filmed on location in New York
IEF President Charles J. Bens-
2 & 3 Bedroom Cottages
ley said the rise in vocational City, "The Pawnbroker" co-stars
traning opportunities will material- Geraldine Fitzgerald and Brock
week
ly aid the comparatively disad- Peters with Jaime Sanchez making
vtantaged oriental element of Is- his first film appearance in a
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The Andrews Sisters, easily the
most famous female vocal group
in the history of American popu-
lar music, came to Detroit on Mon-
day, opening a two-week engage-
ment at the Roostertail supper
club.
Now in their third decade of
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a nostalgic homefront glossary.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
8—Friday, June 25, 1965

Film Director William Wyler,
himself the recipient of 13 Acad-
emy Awards nominations and
three "Oscars" for Best Screen di-
rection, was honored at this year's
Cannes Film Festival when the
two co-stars of his latest epic, "The
Collector," won the top acting
awards presented at a gala cere-
mony at the Palais Des Festivals
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rities. "The Collector" had been
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