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June 28, 1968 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, June 28, 1968

He that associates with the un-
clean becomes unclean.—Baba
Kama 92

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Planned
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What Happened to Forgotten Celebrities?
I nteresting Answers to Many Queries

What has happened to some of
the famous names of two and three
decades ago? Where are and what
do many such personalities do now?
What has become of Johnny Weiss-
muller, Larry Adler, Jack Pearl,
Harry Richman, John L. Lewis,
Magda Lupescu, Martin Dies and
many, many more of the famed
men and women who are within the
memory of many of us?
It is a nostalgic question and it
is raised by Richard Lamparski in
his book "Whatever Became Of
. . .?, published by Crown (419
Park, S., NY16).
He deals in this book with more
than 100 famous names, tells "what
has happened to famous personali-
ties of yesteryear" and his interest-
ing volume is illustrated with nu-
merous photographs of the people
he deals with, with then-and-now
pictures of them.
There is an interesting intro-
duction to this book by Cleveland
Amory who discusses types of
celebrities and commends Lam-

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That's right! Starting Sunday,
July 7th until Friday, August 2nd,
the 3rd person (adult or
child)
in a
room with 2 adults of Nip-
persink will
be our guest and
entitled to lodging and food (3
meals each day)
absolutely ........

FREE!

July 7 to July 19 only! (excl. July 12 - 141
In addition to 3-for-2 Special, extra children
under 15 years in the same room will cost only
$4.00 per day, including 3 meals!

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25839
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Arab Ex-Mayor
Abuses Israel

Mich.
Phone: 356.7555

parski's handling of the numer-
ous famous people traced in his
collection of notables.
In addition to the names men-
tioned there are those of Libby
Holman, Father Coughlin, "Red"
Grange, Hamilton Fish and the
many others.
He poses the question about the
famous, the brilliant harmonica
expert, Larry Ad-
ler, tells of the
charges of com-
munism leveled
at him and his
suit for libel
against those who
made the charge, •
his failure to get
full justice and
his departure for
England in pro-
test. He wants
this country "to
change a good
deal" before he'll
return with his
family and he ad-
mits there al-
Adler
ready have been changes for the
better.
What happened to Gabriel Heat-.
ter? He now lives in Florida and

LONDON (JTA)—The Guardian
reported Tuesday that Rouhi El
Khatib, the Arab ex mayor of East
Jerusalem, is touring Europe and
accusing Israel "of every foul deed
under the sun." Khatib held A
press conference in Geneva, the
Guardian reported, at which he
said that demonstrations against
Israeli "oppression" in East Jeru-
salem are carried out by women
because "the Israelis have threat-
ened demonstrators with 15 years
imprisonment."

broadcasts occasionally, his hobbies
otherwise being "fishing, reading
and martinis."
And Magda Lupescu, the red-
haired Jewess who became the Mis-
tress of the King
of Romania about
40 years ago?
Since King Carol's
death she has liv-
ed in Portugal, in
wealth, has many
hobbies and
travels a bit. She
is now 71.
Jack Pearl —
the "Baron von
Munchausen" of
TV in the 1930s—
lives in New
York and still
keeps in touch
with the theater.
Harry Richman,
Magda
now 72, is inactive and live in
California.
The scores of others in Lam-
parski's book combines to offer
a composite picture of famous'
Americans whose early lives were
of general interest, whose current
activities in many instances revive
interest in personalities of fame..



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1

5,000 Resistance Fighters
Demand Government Ban
National Democratic Party

BONN (JTA)—Some 5,000 for-
mer resistance fighters and survi-
vors of Nazi death camps rallied
June 23 on the site of Dachau. the
first of the death camps, and de-
manded that the government ban
the extreme rightist National Dem-
ocrtic Party, which they denounc-
ed as neo-Nazi. The rally took
place following a meeting in
Munich of delegates representing
25,000 resistance fighters. Munich
was the birthplace of the Nazi
Party.
Discussions were under way
here on a proposed electoral re-
form that would prevent the NPD
from getting seats in the next
Bundestag, West Germany's lower
house.
The Egyptian government is
stamping the passports of Egyp-
tian citizens "not valid for West
Germany" in an effort to keep
them from traveling to this coun-
try, it was reported here.
In another West German- con-
nected development, the president
of Keren Hayesod fund-raising
arm of the Zionist movement,
praised the contribution of West
German Jewry to the 1967 emer
gency fund for Israel launched at
the time of the Six-Day War. Re-
ceiving a delegation of West Ger-
man communal leaders in Jeru-
salem, Dr. Israel Goldstein noted
that the campaign in West Germany
last year had raised more than
$7 million.

Bundestag President to Be
Witness at Ex-Nazi's Trial

BONN (JTA) — Dr. Eugen Ger-
stenmaier president of the Bunde-
stag, West Germany's lower house,
will be called as a defense witness
in the trial of Adolf Beckerle, the
former German minister in Sofia,
who is accused of having partic-
ipated in the mass deportation of
Bulgarian Jews during World War
II. The defense cousel alleged that
Dr. Gerstenmaier had contacts
with Beckerle during the war.

He had pleaded that there was
"no El Fattah political activity"
in the Gaza Strip. The other
defendants received smaller sen-
tences.

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ICHIGAN

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Prices

• GIANT POOL Temperature
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• Dancing & Entertainment at Pool
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• Champagne Hours - Midnight Snacks
• Free Dancing Lessons
• SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN Separate
Dining Room & Counselor
Supervision
• Additional Air Conditioned and
Remodeled Rooms

Heavy Sentences Given 10 El Fattahs

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A military
tribunal in Gaza imposed prison
sentences ranging from one to
18 years Monday on 10 El Fattah
members. The maximum penalty
was drawn by Amran Mahmoud
Assnouni, an El Fattah operations
officer in the Gaza Strip who was
convicted of recruiting youth to
the terrorist organization, posses-
sion of an arms arsenal and smug-
gling arms to the Hebron region.
The El Fattah "political officer"
in Gaza, Abdul Latif Oubayed, was
sentenced to seven years in prison.

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