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October 18, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-18

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`The Two of Us' Opens
at Studio 8 Theater

The Studio-8 Theater is present-
ing "The Two of Us," winner of 10
international awards, directed by
Claude Berri and starring Michel
Simon and Alain Cohen.
The film takes place in Nazi-
occupied France in spring 1944.
Young Claude (Alain Cohen) is
sent by his Jewish parents to stay
with a Gentile couple in the
country.
The father (Michel Simon) is
staunchly anti-Semitic, but a warm
relationship develops between the
two.
Simon, considered one of
France's greatest screen and
stage actors, suffered chemical
poisoning in 1957; it resulted in
the loss of his speech and memory.
He makes his screen comeback in
"The Two of Us." This perform-
ance won him the Best Actor
Award from the 1967 Berlin Film
Festival.
Cohen was eight-years-old when
Berri discovered him at a school
in Paris. The boy's performance
has been hailed by critics.

In much of your talking, think-
ing is half murdered.
—Kahlil Gibran

Business
Brevities

Friday, October 18, 1968-31
Miss Judith _Abramson, THE DETROIT, JEWISH NEWS
I-I ow a rd Brawn t01[1(77-1*V Abba Eban to Address Dinner

for "[Reuther at Cobo Saturday

Jules Doneson of the JULES
DONESON TRAVEL AGENCY, is
presently in Eastern Europe as a
member of the Travel Agents
Study Tour, visiting Belgrade, Bu-
charest, Budapest, Sofia, Varna
and Prague.
*
The RUBEN GOLD AGEN-
CY Massachusetts Mutual Life
Insurance Co., is one of 122 general
agencies participating in the com-
pany's annual Quota Buster Sales
Campaign. The five week, 'nation-
wide effort- will conclude Nov. 8.

Abba Eban, foreign minister of auspices of the American Com-
Israel, will be principal speaker mittee for the Weizmann Insti-
Saturday at Cobo Hall at a dinner tute' of Science, is sponsored by
honoring Walter P. Reuther, an international committee: chair-
president of the UAW, "for his man of which is Emil Mazey, sec-
imaginative innovative contribu- retary-treasurer of the UAW.
tions to human advancement."
Eban served as president of the
"In tribute to Reuther, the Weizmann Institute of Science
Walter P. Reuther Chair in the from 1959 to 1966. The dinner also
Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy will hear Dewey D. Stone, chair-
will be established in perpetuity man of the board of governors
at the Weizmann Institute of of the Weizmann Institute, who
Science at Rehovot."
will present the chair.
The tribute dinner, under the

3,800 Students at Bar-Han

Adult Israeli Dance Class
to Be Offered by UHS

A class in Israeli dancing is be-
ing offered by the adult institute
of the Midrasha 8:30 p.m. Tues-
days beginning next week at the
Esther Berman Building.
Uri Katz will instruct the class
in new and old Israeli dances.
Katz has danced with the students
dance group of the Technion Insti-
tute, which has performed in ma-
jor cities around the world.

WAriolt y AC CENTS

to The Jewish News)

MISS JUDITH ABRAMSON

The engagement of Judith Ann
Abramson to Howard Michael
Brown is announced by the bride-
elect's mother, Mrs. Max Abram-
son of Telegraph Rd. Miss Abram-
son is the daughter of the late Dr.
Abramson. Her fiance is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of Chi-
cago.
Miss Abramson attended Wayne
State University and the University
of Michigan. Her fiance attended
the University of Illinois. They
plan to marry Jan. 12.

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No Store Like
Colony Accents
. but that's not

the BIG REASON
for its
first year success!

We're grateful for our past year at
Lincoln Center. It has been all we
could hope for. We had dreams, but
we also had . plans . . . plans for a
store of distinction and almost end-
less assortments in accents and fur-
niture for the home. We ruled out
the commonplace. Our approach is
a personal one. Ruth Schwartz, N.
S. I. D., and her talented staff can
help you in choosing anything from
a wall accent to designing a room
or your entire home_ In the year
ahead you'll find Colony Accents
alive with new ideas in interior de-
sign . . . alert to the spirit of youth
and color that can make your home
become alive.

COLONY ACCENTS
Celebrates with this

ANNIVERSARY SALE
LAMPS and
OCCASIONAL TABLES

Our entire stock including the very newest
arrivals for Fall.

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October 18 to 26

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cigarette and luncheon tables; curios, com-
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Get your entry blank at Colony Accents.
Fabulous prizes can be yours in Lincoln
Center's anniversary party. Win a 1969
Oldsmobile F-85, a mink stole, array of
prizes.

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PARTY FAVORS

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

TEL AVIV — Bar Ilan, Israel's
only religious-sponsored university,
announced Wednesday an enroll-
ment of 3,800 students for the cur-
rent academic year which opens
Oct. 28.
According to Prof. Harel Fish,
rector of Bar-Ilan, the university
will offer over 1,000 courses and
will open extensions in Safed, Ash-
kelon and in Jordan Valley settle-
ments.

J ewry

tie Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "A Personal View of
Masada." Frank Shulman, grad-
uate student at the University of
Michigan, who participated in the
Masada dig, discusses his ex-
periences as they relate to the
exhibit at the Detroit Institute of
Arts.

A SPECIAL GROUP
OF NEW FALL
MERCHANDISE

a * *
COMMUNITY CURRENTS

Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: "A Conversation with
Nelson Glueck." Glueck, arch-
aeologist and president of the
Hebrew Union College, talks with
Cantor Harold Orbach about his
recent visit here as a speaker at
the Detroit Institute of Arts
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: The series, "The Sing-
ing of Hasidim" will continue
with "Songs of the Gerer Hasi-
dim."
* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "Views and Reviews
From Israel," continues as Gideon
Hausner, member of the Knesset
and chief prosecutor at the Eich-
mann trial, is interviewed by Dr.
Ben Zion Bokser, program editor
and faculty member of the Jewish
Theological Seminary.

105 Orthodox Emigres
Received in New Center

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — A group of 105
Orthodox immigrants from the
United States were accommodated
at the new immigrant reception
center at Beit Safafa, a suburb of
Jerusalem formerly divided by the
armistice lines, the Jewish Agency
announced.
The immigrants, members of the
Kiryat Eitari group organized by
Rabbi Mordechai Oliphant, arrived
in Israel several months ago and
had been quartered in an East
Jerusalem hotel. Most were de-
scribed as university graduates
who will continue their studies at
the new institute for biblical re-
search here.

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