IN PERFORMANCE, SCRIPT
--Judith CrIst, N.Y,
LAURENCE HARVEY.JEAN SIMMONS
HONOR BLACKMAN • MICHAEL CRAIG
NEW YORK — The American
Jewish Congress will sponsor the
world premier of the motion pic-
ture, "The Last Chapter," a film
history of the life and death of
the Jews of Poland, Feb. 21 at the
Cameo Theater here.
Written by author-journalist S.
L. Shneiderman and narrated by
actor-folk singer Theodore Bikel,
a national vice president of the
American Jewish Congress, "The
Last Chapter" tells the story of
the Jews of Poland from medie-
val times down through the end
of World War II and the immedi-
ate post-war years.
The film was 10 years in the
making. It was originally conceived
as a report on the Jewish resist-
ance to Nazism. "The Last Chap-
ter" grew instead into an account
of the whole epic of Jewish life
From the author
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Israeli competitors." After it lost
its America-Israel route it exerted
strong pressure on the Greek Line
to fire its Jewish representatives
and replace them with Zim agents
instead. The Greek Line agreed to
accede to the Zim suggestion. Zim
has become the exclusive agent in
Israel of the successful Greeks.
Drama School for Yiddish
Bans 'Deputy' Showing
Actors Planned in Warsaw
HURRY .. .
.4 LOUIS COOK,
Detroit Fred Press
cided to increase the number of
sailings on its America - Israel
route after the Israeli company
Zim suspended its traffic on the
same route and sold its ships. The
Israeli press comments bitterly that
Zim failed to compete successfully
with the Greek Line in spite of the
fact that 95 per cent of the pas-
sengers on this route were Jews.
The press further ironically re-
marks that "if Zim failed to over-
come foreign competition it never-
theless succeeded in defeating its
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World Premiere of Film Zim 'Overcomes'
on Jewish Life in Poland, Israeli Competitors
HAIFA (ZINS) — The Greek
`Last Chapter,' Set in NY shipping
line Greek Line has de-
IN DAllLING COLOR
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — The
Municipal Council here has banned
the controversial play, "The
Deputy," which portrays the late
Pope Pius XII as reacting passively
in the face of the Jewish extermina-
tion in World War IL
The play opened at the Buenos
"The weak-minded change their Aires La Salle Theater last month
opinions because they are easily but was canceled Sunday by muni-
influenced by others, and the cipal decree.
LONDON (JTA) — Plans to
open a drama school for young
Yiddish actors in Poland were
approved at a meeting of the ex-
ecutive committee of the Jewish
Social and Cultural Association,
it was reported from Warsaw.
strong-minded change their opin
ions because they have complete
mastery of their opinions." —
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show, Feb. 15, 16 and 17, at Ma-
sonic Temple, culminating its
successful fund-raising drive ..
Quite an ultra-wonderful show,
and free to those who buy or sell
their fund-raising books. There
are still some good • tickets left,
and Bnai Brith members are eli-
gible to go if the books are sold
and the money delivered to 19951
Livernois . . . There'll be some-
body there all day Sunday ... The
great lineup of stars has comic
Morty Gunty, story teller supreme
Larry Best, violinist Sasha Tor-
mas, tenor Aldo Monaco and
songstress Linda Hopkins, whose
repertoire includes belting out
terrific Yiddish tunes.
IT WAS A GREAT DAY when
the repairman came to Sam Alter's
office to fix the cigarette machine
. . . This had been a sore point for
some time, since it not only
wouldn't deliver the goods, but it
wouldn't return the money, 'either
. . . The repairman looked it over,
then turned the machine's face to
the wall while he went back to
his shop for a new part . . . Some-
body hung a sign on it reading, "I
am being punished because I was
DR. BEN STEIN was recently
installed as president of the
Wayne County Society of Opto-
metrists in ceremonies at the -
Sheraton-Cadillac . . . The society
is approximately 45 years old, and
Ben, a member 26 years, brings
new ideas to this organization .. .
Sitting next to him at the head
table, wife Marion was a glitter-
ing picture of pride as the first
lady . . . As Ben puts it, "Her con-
tacts were glowing!" . . . He will
lead the group in its many philan-
thropic functions, one of which
includes aid to culturally-deprived
children through Project 20-20
under President Johnson's Total
Action Against Poverty Program.
PASSING THROUGH Rich-
mond, furniture rep Al Mayers de-
cided to see the Edgar Allan Poe
home, now restored as a museum.
. . . He hailed a taxicab and told
the driver to take him to the Poe
House ... After a long drive, the
cab pulled up before a weather-
beaten structure on the outskirts
of town—the County Home for the
CEIL AND BEN STOCKER, af-
ter a long absence from the flower
business, recently opened a new
floral shop known as Creations by
Ceil on W. 7 Mile Rd., and were
pleasantly surprised recently by
a call from Texas . . . It was one
of their old customers who had
planned a wedding in the Big
State, but because of circum-
stances had to make it in Detroit.
. .. Hence the long distance call
from Texas to have Ceil and Ben
do the floral arrangements for the
affair in Detroit.
IT WAS ON A narrow suburban
lane . . . Joe Steingold was about
to blow his top . . . For quite a
while he had been traveling be-
hind a woman driver . . . The
woman seemed to have a set of
signals of her own invention, be-
cause when she speeded up,
slowed down, turned right or left,
she would hold a hand from the
car and wiggle her fingers . .
Finally, when they approached a
wide place in the road and the
woman's limp hand appeared with
the fingers pointing downward,
the bewildered Joe pulled up
alongside and called out, "Madam,
do I understand your signal right?
You're going underground?"