Friday, March 22,
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
A new edition of the Orthodox
Union PASSOVER PRODUCTS DI-
RECTORY, containing a record
listing of rabbinically - certified
kosher for Passover products, has
been published by the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America. Copies may be obtained
by sending in a self - adressed,
stamped envelope to Orthodox
Union, 84 5th Ave., New York.
The University of Detroit pro-
duction of Andre Obey's "NOAH"
will be a home-grown translation
direct from the French original
which makes it a different play
than the one produced in New
York some seasons ago, according
to James Rodgers, U. of D. theater
director. The U. of D. production
will be seen three weekends of
March 22-24, 29-31 and April 5-7.
The planned door-to-door
MARCH FOR HEMOPHELIA in
late April will involve 6,500
marchers covering 130,000 homes
in 32 areas. The goals are 3,000
units of blood and $30,000 in con-
tributions. Although there is no
known cure for hemophilia, recent
improvements in the treatment
have helped consisderably. How-
ever, there are still many parts of
the country that either lack proper
care facilities, are inadequate or
non-existent. Until recently, the
hemophiliacs have received little
help, little understanding and al-
most no support in their fight
against this hereditary disease
which inhibits the coagulation of
blood that stops bleeding, result-
ing in great loss of blood from
even a small scratch.
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FERRANTE and TEICHER, who
bring their twin pianos to Masonic
Auditorium 8:20 p.m. Saturday,
had to truck the instruments
around the country by themselves
during their first season. They
couldn't afford a driver. Although
audiences were always overwhelm-
ing in their enthusiasm and music
critics -hailed them as "the most
exciting two piano team of our
time," their greatest difficulty
came in maneuvering the old truck,
which housed their pianos.
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Henry Ford 'High School Parent
Teachers Club is sponsoring the
m u s i c al extravaganza, "ANY-
THING GOES," by Cole Porter
8 p.m. March 29 in the high school
auditorium. Tickets may be ob-
tained in the school lunchroom be-
ginning Monday, at the box office
the night of the play, or by sending
Rene Carpenter, syndicated col-
a stamped, self-addressed envelope umnist and wife of astronaut-
to Conrad Brightman, 20541 Pier- turned-aquanaut Scott Carpenter,
will be the guest speaker at the
annual banquet of THETA SIGMA
PHI, Detroit Professional Chapter
for women in journalism, 6 p.m.
April 1 at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. Proceeds from this Matrix
Dinner will go toward the Lucy
Corbett Scholarship Fund for
young women majoring in journ-
alism at a state university. Chair-
man is Mrs. Thomas Jakobowski.
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British cellist JACQUELINE du
PRE' in her first extensive tour of
IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
the United States and the world
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
premiere of a new work by Klaus
Egge will be the highlights at the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra's con-
cert on Thursday evening, March
30. Concert time is 8:30 p.m. in
** ENTERTAINMENT 4C-4C Ford Auditorium. Music director
* SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ -IX and conductor Sixten Ehrling will
be on the podium.
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* Kenny Milton
4IC AUXILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.
* Mary Michaels
* * Field Caricature Artists
41( Tuesday • at the home of Mrs.
* Organ Grinder Man
James Grekin, 20236 Beechaven,
* Balloon, Comedy Acts
Southfield. The nominating com-
111.• * Jack Barnes & Dancers
mittee will present the slate, and
* Dino Valle
a vote on constitution revisions
* Harry Jarkey
will be taken. A member of the
Ar. * Bob Bennett Orchestra
Southfield Police Department will
* Strollers, Singers, etc.
show "The Womanly Art of Self-
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