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January 12, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-12

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JWB Announces Three Playwriting Prize Winners on 50th Anniversary

An actress-writer of Long Beach,
Calif., who has been active with
off-Broadway theater and with
Theater Upstairs as producer,
vice-president, actress and direc-
tor, won the first prize of $500 in
the National Jewish Welfare Board
one-act playwriting contest con-
ducted in observance of JWB's 50th
anniversary. She is Eleanor Heflin
Shibley whose winning entry is
"A Gift from Papa."

Dr. Charles S. Levy of Flushing,
N.Y., associate dean of Yeshiva
University's Wurzweiler School of
Social Work, and Anita Lench of
Lynbrook, N.Y., who has written
skits and plays for her temple
sisterhood and Parent Teacher
Association, were tied for second
prize. Each of them received a
cash award of $250.
"A Gift from Papa," a play with
11 characters, portrays the feel-

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The Jewish Theater for Children
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best full-length play for children
in English on a Jewish theme, ac-
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man of the theater. This is the
12th time in as many years that
the theater has offered a similar
prize in its annual Golden Pen
Playwriting Contest. Funds for
the prize are made available by
Norma U. Levitt, a member of the
theater's board of directors. Prize-
winning manuscripts are also giv-
en a professional production.
Manuscripts for the 1968 com-
petition must be submitted no
later than Dec. 31. Rules of the
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 12, 1968-31

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of Detroiters Jeffrey and Kathy
Tann, needs blood desperately
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* • •
ABOARD THE SS FRANCE in
the Caribbean with hubby Harry
and daughter Barbara, Estelle
Kaufman received plaudits for the
greatest acclaim while singing on
the ship's Guest Talent Night .. .
Among her loud applauding ad-
mirers were Detroiters Yetta and
Stan Yates and Ann and Norman
Silverstein.
* •
NATHANIEL GOLDSTICK, for-
mer corporation counsel, will be
the installing officer for men at
the Joint Installation of Knights of
Pythias, Detroit Lodge No. 55 and
Pythian Sisters, Temple No. 152,
Feb. 4, at the Carleton House on
Wyoming ... He is a past chancel-
lor of the lodge . . . Also on the
agenda is the presentation of a 50-
year earned life membership to
Irving Kaplan ... Public is invited,
but everything is by reservations
only.
* • •
YES, IT'S TRUE that one of the
most successful organizations ever
for young adults, Social, Inc.. is
in the planning stages of reorgani-
zation again.
• ' • •
AFTER WATCHING A TV promo
on The Monkeys singing group to
appear that night, Jay Kalter, five-
year-old son of Sylvia and Dan
Kalter, asked if he could stay up
to watch them . . . Confused by
his sudden interest in music. Sylvia
asked why he wanted to see The
Monkeys . . . and Jay replied, "I
think monkeys are very interesting
and tonight they are going to be
dressed just like real people, and
one of them is going to play a
guitar. Maybe they'll even ride
bicycles."
• s •
NOSTALGIC MEMORIES will be
a keynote for the Old Time Movie
Night by Perfection Lodge F. &
A.M. 486, Jan. 24, in the Scottish
Rites Cathedral of Masonic Temple
. . . Art Mevis is in charge of the
doings and has some old time sur-
prise gifts and gimmicks up his
sleeve . . . Call him for reserva-
tions at DI 2-2333.
• *
BIG NEWS . . . and certainly
very good news . . . is fact that
the Detroit Tent of Circus Saints
and Sinners is being reorganized
. . . Top men from throughout the
country have taken a keen interest
in the local tent's back together-
ness in the right way . . The
national group is dedicated to fun
for its members while helping un-
fortunate youngsters.



Saturday, Jan. 20, marks the
second concert of the 37th season
of Detroit's SCANDINAVIAN SYM-
PHONY ORCHESTRA. Featured
soloist at this concert at the Scot-
tish Rite Cathedral will be Astra
Kalnins, soprano.

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