Histadrut Health Workers
End Three-Day Strike
TEL AVIV (JTA) - Administra-
tive and service workers of Kupat
Holim, the health service of the
Histradrut, Israel's labor federa-
tion, ended a three-day strike here
Sunday after Kupat Holim officials
warned they were considering shut-
ting down the 16 hospitals affiliated
with the program if the 6,000 strik-
ers did not return to their jobs.
According to the agreement end-
ing the strike, all outstanding is-
sues of regrading will be referred
to a committee of five members.
`Tevya and His Daughters' Proves
More Than Poor Man's 'Fiddler'
"Fiddler on the Roof" it's not.
Choreographed production numbers
it hasn't. But - and to Sholem
Aleichean this meant everything
- heart it has.
So, with an opening-night sell-
out, Center Theater's "Tevya and
His Daughters" proved to be much,
much more than a poor man's
Some good writing (Arnold
Peri), some good directing (Beth-
Sheva Laikin), some good acting
Nothing succeeds like success. (Leo Mogill and Joyce Feurring),
and you've got a hit.
- Amer. proverb.
Leo Mogill, as the Talmud-quot-
S ubject: Sex and Stealing!
THE SHOCKER ABOUT A SHOTGUN
FEUD OVER A FEMALE WHO WAS
TOO MUCH FOR ONE MALE.
THEY SAY SHE'S ...
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TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THE MOTION PICTURE SCREEN!
ing dairyman questionably blessed
with seven daughters, gives more
to this role than any he has done
before for Center Theater. (Two
seasons ago, he played a masterful
Noah in "The Flowering Peach.")
Mogill has a firm hold on the
character of Tevya, a simple man
who, though uneducated, quotes
II eely from the Talmud and con-
verses easily with his God. Actu-
ally, his quotes may be a little
too free to be accurate, and one
wonders when God is going to
get angry and tell him off.
("God is good," says Tevya, "but
whisky you can drink.")
Mogill doesn't always project
well, and he's inclined to ad lib
lines. The latter failing, however,
may unintentionally add something
to Tevya's casual folksiness.
For her role as Golde, Tevya's
long-suffering wife, Joyce Feurring
brings considerable talent. As
matriarch of the poor household,
she clucks over her daughters, ar-
ranges, (albeit unsuccessfully)
matches for them, plans their
dowry-less weddings and in gen-
eral manages to resemble a sub-
urban Yiddishe momma.
("Have another pancake," she
presses the guest, answering his
refusal with two pancakes on his
plate. "But I'm full," he protests.
"What? You don't like my pan-
cakes? Must be too much salt."
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Hebrew Day Schools
to Air New Legislation
"BLACK ORPHEUS" & "PHAEDRA"
NEW YORK-A special confer-
ence of America's Hebrew day
schools to discuss the relationship
of the Hebrew day school to the
Economic Oportunity Act and to
the Elementary and Secondary
Education Act of 1965, will be
held Monday at the Sheraton
Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, national
Starting Wed., Nov. 17th
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Addie Beckerman as Tzeitl, the
director of Torah Umesorah, the
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eldest marriageable daughter;
National Society for Hebrew Day
Lisa Carr as Hodel, the second;
and Ralph Bernstein as the
"eligible" butcher (his bloody session for all lay people in the
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place Nov. 21 at the Hotel Pierre
art, drew some audible gasps)
Saturday and Sunday-12 Noon
on the occasion of Torah Ume-
also do a good job.
sorah's 22nd annual dinner.
The play moves well; only one Eighteen Jewish communal leaders
sequence - Tevya's "nightmare" from various sections of the coun-
about Tzeitl's marriage - seems try will be honored by the educa-
to drag. But it did in "Fiddler" tional heads and lay leadership of
America's Hebrew day schools.
The Orthodox observer might
be a little bewildered by the
Don't tell all you know nor do
A Court Production • A Universal Picture
unorthodox inattention to some all you can. - Amer. proverb.
details. Although Hodel circles her
bridegroom seven times under the
MASONIC AUDITORIUM SAT., NOV. 20-8:20 P.M.
canopy (a custom rarely seen ex-
cept at traditional weddings), she
later dances with him, an unheard-
Nevertheless, good drama it is.
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Dr. Mordecai Kaplan, Gets
Honors on 85th Birthday
Nov. 3 at a dinner celebrating the
85th birthday of Dr. Mordecai M.
Kaplan, founder of the Jewish
Congratulatory messages were
read from President Johnson, Is-
rael President Zalman Shazar, Is-
rael's Prime Minister Levi Eshkol,
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the
Hebrew Union College Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, and Rabbi
Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. Principal address at
the event was delivered by Dr.
Joachim Prinz, president of the
American Jewish Congress.
In an address, Dr. Kaplan reaf-
firmed the Reconstructionist inter-
pretation of an "authentically
religious" person as one who
identifies with the term "God with
some definitely communicable ex-
perience." He stated that the
perpetuation of Jewish life is de-
pendent solely on "authentically
He declared that the significance
of the Jewish Reconstructionist
movement is that "its method of
dealing with problems of the
spirit is valid also for other reli-
gions" that are in a state of
There are two sides to every
question. - Amer. proverb.
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