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December 27, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-27

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A TWO-FOLD CAUSE for cele-
bration entered the hearts of the
..over 50 employes at Mac-O-Lac
Paint at their annual holiday
party . . . Walter L. Field, their
boss, was here to celebrate with
them after a near-tragic accident in
the warehouse . . . The almost-
tragedy occurred while Walter was
directing two employees in the re-
moval of paint from a collapsing
section of the
steel shelving
which had tem-
porarily been
braced with steel
pipe . . . They
continued to work
though the creaks
and groans be-
came larger . . .
Suddenly, like
thunder, h u n d-
reds of cartons
of paint with be-
tween 60,000 and
7 0, 0 0 0 gallons,
came showering
down in an Field
avalanche .. . Walter was pinned
under two tons of paint, his left
arm raised above his face in a
desperate affort to retain an area
of space . . . The miracle that
saved him with only a broken arm
was prompted by a constant never-
let-up endeavor of his faithful em-
ployes . . . Most of them have
been with Walter over 20 years,
and each year pitch in to give him
a gift . . . This year it was a
diamond tie tack ... which brought
reminiscence to us of over 20 years
ago when the column sponsored a
10 Best Dressed Men Contest, and
Walter was given a golden tie tack
as one of them . . With their
bonus checks, each employe was
given a large envelope which con
tained a poem written by Walter
with his right arm in a cast . . .
"Dedicated to all my co-workers at
Mac-O-Lac Paints, Inc. whose
courage aand concern in my be-
half I appreciate with thankful-
ness." . . . At the party, one em-
ploye came up to Walter shook his
hand and wished him a "Happy
Hanuka." ... Another cried openly
as he asked Walter to give his
bonus to help a needy family—his
way of saying, "Thanks, boss, for
being with us!"

• • •

SHERRIE SAGE, 21/2. - year - old
daughter of Dr. Jerome and
Brenda Sag e, joined in the
fun of decorating the household
for Hanuka . . When all was
splendid in its holiday finery, the
family sat back and surveyed its
handiwork Mother Sage, point-
ing to one of the decorations on
the picture window, asked daugh-
ter Sherrie what the object was
called, and Sherrie replied "That's
a Nora." Brenda corrected her,
saying, "It's a Menora." . . . All
of which can be quite confusing
to a little girl like Sherrie, who
then asked, "Do they have lady
noras, too?"
• • •

EXEMPLIFICATION OF man's
true brotherhood was sight to see
recently at Melody Lanes bowling
alleys on Southfield . . . The Cong.
Beth Achim Mixed Doubles
Bowling League fried potato
Latkes on portable grills brought
in for their Hanuka party ... and
on the lanes directly next to them,
the women of St. Scholastica
League had ordered a tray from
Bloom's Elite Kosher Catering in
Oak Park and had it set up at
the same time for their joyous

Christmas party.

Young Israel Head Still Fears Bigotry
Despite Lindsay's Understanding

NEW YORK (JTA)—The presi-
dent of the National Council of
Young Israel said that his fears of
further outbreaks of anti-Semitism
in New York City had not been
relieved by Mayor John Lindsay's
responses at a meeting on the issue
here Dec. 17.
But he felt there had been a
gain in that the mayor had been
given a better undertsanding of
the reasons for Jewish concern.
The meeting, attended by lay
members and Young Israel rab-
bis, was convened by the Na-
tional Council, according to Na-
than Saperstein, the president,
to impress on the mayor that
"The Jewish community is wor-
ried." The mayor made a brief
talk in which he denounced anti-
Semitism and then answered
questions from the religious lead-
ers.
One question was whether black
militants would be able to fulfill
their threats to take over real

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26—Friday, December 27, 1963

Hollywood Personalities

estate and businesses, many of
By HERBERT G. LUF1'
which are owned by Jews, in ghet-
(Copyright 1958, JTA, Inc-)
to areas. The mayor replied that
HOLLYWOOD — Barbra Streis-
any person had the right to own and was at a Foreign Press lunch-
business or real estate in the city. eon at Paramount Studios, together
The mayor also was asked what with French singer-actor Yves
plans he had for "restoring the Montand, her co-star in "On a
lost confidence" of the New York Clear Day You Can See Forever,"
Jewish community. The mayor re- currently before the cameras; plus
plied that he did not think he had director Vincente Minnelli, produc-
lost the confidence of New York er Howard W. Koch and screen-
Jewry but that if he had, he would play author Alan Jay Lerner, the
latter also responsible for the book
try to gain it back.
and lyrics of the original Broad-
way production on which the mo-
Producing Film on B-G
tion picture is based.
GENEVA (JTA)—A film on
The story itself is a combination
the life of David Ben-Gurion, Is- of comedy, drama, music and fan-
rael's first prime minister, will tasy dealing with a psychiatrist
be released in the fall of 1969, who becomes professionally and
Producer Melville Mark reported emotionally involved with a patient,
here. He said that more than half a girl who not only proves extra-
of the 110-minute film had been sensory but relives under hypnosis,
completed in Israel and that David an earlier incarnation.
• • •
Perlov, the Israeli director, would
continue shooting the film in
Edward G. Robinson, the grey-
London.
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Hollywood, on behalf of the State
of Israel Bond Organization.
• • •
Pandro S. Berman, now complet-
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minus director Joseph Strick in
Hollywood, prepares for a March
shooting date in Oregon, Vincent
Stephen Benet's "John Brown's
Body."
s • s
Assaf Dayan, son of Israel's De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan, most
recently before the cameras in Aus-
tria and Italy in John Huston's

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