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April 21, 1967 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-21

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If wrinkles must be written
upon our brows, let them not be
written upon the heart. The spirit
With an historic record expertly ry, of the beginnings when there
s hould not grow old.
compiled by S. L. Shneiderman, were more than 3,500,000 Jews in
—James A. Garfield. the historic record of Polish Jew- 1 Poland down to the era of Nazi
destruction and the present virtual
desert for the Jews there, the
STARTS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26
movie "The Last Chapter" pro-
vides
the information vitally need-
pm EXPLOSIVE DRAMA OF THE ISRAEU•EGYPTIAN CONFLICT!
ed to know the past and to recog-
nize what had occurred as a major
part of the holocaust.
Still indicating past experiences,
movies of the years of horror, a
compilation of facts regarding a
people once rich in culture and
12 MILE AT COOLIDGE
LI 2-0330

Historic Record, Tr agedy of 3,500,000 Shownin Moving Polish Jewry Story

now destroyed—these are elements
in a most moving film narrated
ably by Theodore Bikel.
"The Last Chapter" is a power-
ful drama. It must be seen by as
many as possible. Its lesson must
not be forgotten. It is not a film
that will bring joy. But it instructs,
it is replete with historic data that
should be broadcast as a matter
of keeping a new generation in-
formed about the tragedies that
struck the previous one.
"Chagall" is the co-feature with
"The Last Chapter," which will
have its Michigan premiere at the
Westown Theater Wednesday
"Chagall' depicts the life and
works of the world famous artist.
Marc Chagall. Photographed in
color, the film traces all of the
work from
of e
A.S.
presen

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Dr. Leon Fram, spiritual leader
of Temple Israel and honorary
president of the Michigan Council
of the American Jewish Congress,
will serve as chairman of the
Congress-sponsored premiere per-
formance of "The Last Chapter"
8:30 p.m. Wednesday, at the
Westown Theater, it was announced
by Mrs. George Rubin, president
of the AJCongress Council.
Cited by the National Council on
Jewish Audio-Visual Materials as
the most distinguished documen-
tary film of Jewish interest re-
leased during 1965, "The Last
Chapter" depicts the rich culture
created by the Jews before the
coming of the Nazis.
Narrated by actor-singer Theo-

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dore Bikel, "The Last Chapter"
was compiled of actual films
taken in ghettos, villages and
cities and of Jews at the turn
of the century — with much of
the original footage more than
60 years old.
S. L. Shneiderman, noted jour-
nalist and author of several vol-
umes about his native Poland,
wrote the script for the film.
Vladimir Heifetz created the musi-
cal score, which is filled with folk
and traditional Jewish themes.
Accompanying "The Last Chap-
ter" at the premiere will be an
award-winning featurette in color
about the life and art of Marc
Chagall.
Co-chairmen of this showing are
Mrs. Dan Shapiro, Mrs. Jerry Beck,
Drs. Eric Billes and Milton Blavin,
Mrs. Albert Silber, Morton Silver-
berg, Frank Rosenbaum and Zel-
don Cohen.
For tickets, call the local AJCon-
gress office, WO 5-3319, or Dr.
Bille s, LI 1-6450. Remaining
tickets will be sold at the box
office.

Danny Raskin's

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MANY TIMES, writing about a
wonderful couple, words are hardly
enough . . . in the case of Lena
and Sid Moss, 48 years of marriage
is quite a good topic, especially
when it's their anniversary year.
. . . Back in 1919, Lena and Sid
became man and wife as fate
would deem . . . She was the girl
friend of Sid's sister, Bessie, and
he was the boy friend of Lena's
brother, Ben . . . Lena loved to
dance, and the four would usually
go to the Arcadia Ballroom . . .
They got to know each other pret-
ty well, and on Sept. 21, joined in
what has been and still is one of
the most beautiful marriages two
people could ever hope to have.
. . . Lena and Sid's first "official"
date together was at the old Pont-
chartrain Hotel, where the First
National Bldg. now sits on Wood-
ward and Cadillac Square . . . A
dollar was hard to come by in
those days and Lena made sure
Sid didn't spend what he couldn't
afford . . . One day, Sid told his
mother that Lena wanted to get
married, and she replied, "That's
nice. Let her go ahead!" ...
were wed in her mother's halpe
and also spent their honeymdon
in her house . . . Lena and id
have a daughter, Ethel, in n
Diego, and a son, Melvin, in Las
Vegas . . . As someone once might
have said, "Nice people make the
sunshine worth looking at. " . . .
Lena and Sid fit the bill per-
fectly!
• • •

IN THE ROOM across from us
at University Hospital in Ann Ar-
bor was the former highway com-
missioner and governor, Murray D.
Van Wagoner . . . He's been in
private practice as a consulting en-
gineer, but is still ever atuned to
the daily workings of our politicos.

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name as any) was finally nagged
into buying a secondhand TV set
by his wife and six children . . .
The installation man explained,
"It won't work till we put this an-
tenna up on the roof." . . "Daw-
gone it," grumbled Zeke, "I told
you one of these new-fangled con-
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Friday, April 21, 1967-47

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