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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-03

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U. S. Grant to Help Israel Is Research Calcification

REHOVOTH — The process of
calcification and decalcification
in the body, which has long inter-
ested scientists and physicians,

BAWDIER than "Tobacco Road"
More SHOCKING than "Peyton Place"
EARTHIER than c:God's Little Acre"

EXPOSE of small-town
SAVAGERY and
rla EMOTIONS

will be studied by a Weizmann In-
stitute research team headed by
Professor Michael Anbar, a physi-
cal chemist and a senior member
of its isotopes department.
The Dental Research Institute
of the U.S. National Institutes of
Health has given Prof. Anbar a
three-year, 787,000-pound ($262,-
333) grant to investigate how cal-
cium, which is thhe most vital
constituent of bones and teeth, is
assimilated by them, and under
which conditions they lose it.

Personalities in Hollywood

BY HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright, 1965, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Sol C. Siegel,
the now 62-year-old "Champion of
Champions" producer for many
years at 20th Century-Fox, in the
late 1950s for a while vice presi-
dent in charge of production at
M-G-M, retired for the last three
years, now has returned to active
film making at Columbia Studios.
His first picture under his mul-
tiple contract with Mike Franko-
vich commenced early this month
on location in Louisiana. It is
'NIL 0141 Lly4
"Alvarez Kelly," a civil war action
Fri., Sat. & Sun.—Sept. 10, 11 & 12 drama from a screenplay by
Franklin Coen and Elliott Arnold.
The complete Hollywood crew and
cast headed by William Holden,
the Grew Comedienne
Richard Widmark, Janice Rule and
Star of the Broadway
Victoria Shaw is headquartered in
Smash "Mills
Baton Rouge. Edward Dmytryk is
and Honey"
directing.
Siegel's second for Columbia,
"Walk, Don't Run.," stars Gary
Grant and Wyler's discovery, Sam-
antha Eggar. It goes before the
cameras in Japan in October with
Charles Walters (of "Lill") direct-
In Her
ing.
Musical Comedy
Film Hit
* * *
Billy Wilder, Whose "Kiss Me,
Stupid" was rejected by both the
critics and a somewhat prudish
audience, has not given up film-
making and goes back to bat in
September to start production of
"The Fortune Cookie" in Cleve-
land, with the "Cleveland Browns"
The Greatest Yiddish Drama
participating, in the comedy-melo-
drama written by him and his long-
Ever Screened (English Titles)
time scenario-collaborator, I. A. L.
(Izz) Diamond. Jack Lemmon and
Walter Matthau are the two for-
tune cookies.

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Still producing for the Mirisch
organization, Wilder also prepares
for 1966 the often postponed Sher-
lock Holmes epic—minus the team
of Peter O'Toole and Peter Sell-
ers.
* * *
Tony Curtis, one of the busiest
thespians in Hollywood, with "The
Big Race" on the theater screen,
"Boeing, Boeing," completed in
Paris and the U.S., currently be-
fore the cameras in Europe in
"The Last Duchess," labeled a
comedy with murder, now has
been signed by Jack L. Warner for
a return engagement in "The Big
Brass," an action story of two
fliers in which he co-stars with
George C. Scott and Italian import
Virna Lisi early next year on loca-
tion in England, France, Switzer-
land and Italy. Norman Panama
bows with this comedy drama as
producer-director under the War-
ner banner.
* * *
Nat Goldstone, who produced
the legit show of "Bloomer Girl"
with John C. Wilson during its
three-year Broadway run, now is
producing the screen version of
the same musical for 20th Cen-
tury-Fox. Herbert Baker is writ-
ing the screenplay around the
music by Harold Arien and the
lyrics by E. Y. Harburg. Academy-
award winning George Cukor will
direct, with Shirley MacLaine por-
traying the title role. The merri-
ment will start on the Fox stage
next January as a runner-up to
"My Fair Lady."
* * *
Arthur P. Jacobs, formerly a
press agent before producing
"What a Way to Go!", now is pre-
paring at 20th Century-Fox an-
other high-budget musical, "Doc-
tor Dolittle," as it seems a sequel
for "Pygmalion's" Rex Harrison.
The producer also has acquired
rights to the forthcoming French
novel, "Choice Cuts," by Pierre
Boileau and Thomas Narcejac, au-
thors of "diabolique" and "Ver-
tigo." "Chioce Cuts" (Morceaux
Choisis) is a shock thriller. It
will be produced by Jacobs in con-
junction with Fox as have been
"What a Way to Go!" and now
"Doctor Dolittle."
* * *
Sam Spiegel's anti-Nazi epic,
"The Night of the Generals," goes
before the cameras in Madrid, on
Carlo Ponti's Moscow set of "Doc-
tor Zhivago," with Peter O'Toole,
Marlon Brando and Yul Brynner
in the leading roles.
* * *
Elliott Kastner and Jerry Gersh-
win, currently completing the Paul
Newman picture, "The Moving
Target" for Warner Bros., are
now preparing, for the same studio,
"Sweet November," a contempo-
rary love story by Herman Rau-
cher.
* * *
John Frankenheimer, the direc-
tor of "The Train," has arrived in
New York for location work on
Paramount's suspense drama,
"Seconds," after filming a com-
plete sequence of the picture in
flight with star Rock Hudson. Ed-
ward Lewis produces "Seconds"
from the novel by David Ely, de-
picting the shocking aspects of a
"second life."

Mikoyan Assures Nasser
Arabs May Rely on USSR

Related Story on Page 10
LONDON (JTA) — President
Anastas Mikoyan of the Soviet
Union assured President Nasser
of Egypt that "the Arabs in gen-
eral can always rely on our sup-
port," according to Moscow dis-
patches received here.
Mikoyan lauded Egypt as "an
active force in the international
arena for peace and progress."
The Soviet chief of state voiced
his pledge after Nasser issued a
new denunciation of the United
States, condemning especially
American policy in Vietnam.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34 Friday, September, 3, 1965



Urge Non-Partisan
Zionist Affiliation

GENEVA (JTA)— Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the World
Zionist Organization, told the final
session Aug. 26 of the first meet-
ing of a special commission on
WZO reorganization that, for many
Jews, the exclusive party basis for
affiliation with the Zionist move-
ment has been an obstacle. He sug-
gested that the commission should
consider and recommend ways by
which individuals, organizations
and communities could join the
movement without party affilia-
tion.
The 50-member commission was
created by the 26th World Zionist
Organization to make a compre-
hensive study of means of reor-
ganizing and revitalizing the WZO
and the Jewish Agency. The parti-
cipants, themselves Zionists, were
selected without reference to the
movement's party structure. They
came from Israel, Europe, Latin
America, the United States and
Canada. Dr. Goldmann said that the
Zionist movement "must serve as
the central powerhouse for Jewish
life in all places and on all levels,
stressing the centrality of Israel."
The questions examined during
this week's five days of closed
commission meetings were: How
to attract Jewish youth and in-
volve unaffiliated elements of the
Jewish communities; how to
strengthen the territorial Zionist
organizations and how to safeguard
the democratic character of the
Zionist movement; the nature of
Zionist participation in Jewish
communal life; the relationship be-
tween the Zionist Organization and
the various groups working for
Israel, including fund-raising agen-
cies; and how to coordinate the
activities of the Jewish Agency
with the work of the Zionist terri-
torial groups.
Commission members left today
for their respective countries to
begin detailed studies of those is-
sues, to gather information, and
to hold hearings to help determine
recommendations from the three
regions — Europe, Latin America
and North America. The commis-
sion is expected to assemble again
next summer, to bring together all
the data thus collected, and to take
further steps to carry out its Con-
gress mandate.
Three hundred members of 42
Bnai Brith lodges in 13 countries
gathered here Aug. 26 to help
celebrate the Geneva group's
15th anniversary and hear re-
ports on various aspects of the
organization's activities.
The delegates from Austria, Bel-
gium, Denmark, France, Greece, Is-
rael, Italy, Luxemburg, the Neth-
erlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzer-
land and West Germany received
greetings from representatives of
the cantonal a n d municipal au-
thorities in Switzerland during the
meeting's opening ceremony, fol-
lowing which the Geneva City
Council held a reception in the
member's honor.

15,000-Ton Freighter
Chartered From Israel
for Vietnam Voyages

JERUSALEM (JTA)—An Israeli
freighter has been chartered to the
U.S. government for transport of
materials to South Vietnam, the
first Israeli ship to be engaged on
such a mission, officials here dis-
closed.
The 15,000-ton freighter, the
name of which was not released,
is on its way to the United States
for loading. It will be used by the
United States for three months,
with options for renewal of the
charter for another three months.
It will also call at other southeast
Asian ports.
The Israeli crew members will
receive a 100 per cent danger-zone
bonus for the period in which the
ship will be in Vietnam waters,
and special insurance policies have
been taken out for the crew mem-
bers. They were told they were
free to refuse to make the South
Vietnam trip, but none chose to
do so.

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