Day School Principals Air
Issues at Catskill Retreat
MOUNTAINDALE, N.Y. — Fifty
Hebrew day school principals from
throughout the country spent five
days at a retreat in the Catskill
The principals' workshop, con-
vened by the National Conference
of Yeshiva Principals, an affiliate
of Torah Umesorah, and sponsored
by the Torah education and culture
department of the Jewish Agency,
Terrorists Damage Assaf Da y an s Film Career for a Year
tionary, when the company found intend to do a film in Israel with
that the premiums to insure Dayan my own insurance," he said.
throughout filming would be pro-
Miss Merron, meanwhile, still
hopes to carry on with her original
The young actor said he offer-
plan to play Medea on the stage—
ed to take someone else with him
in February. one year after the
to insure himself, but the com-
pany refused. "This will affect
LONDON—Israeli actors Hanna
Merron and Assaf Dayan were on
their way here to audition for
"Fiddler on the Roof" when their
airport bus was attacked at Mun-
ich Airport last February.
As •a result of the attack, Miss
Merron lost a leg and Dayan lost
a chance at the film role for which my career badly, at least for the
he had been recommended by Is- next year or so," he said. "Since
the Munich affair, I have receiv-
raeli star Topol.
ed no serious offer,
Dayan, son of the Israeli defense
"It looks as if I shall have to
minister, was dropped from the
my future in Israel for the
short list of possibilities for the
role of Perchik, the young revolu- time being. I am writing, and I
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, August 14, 1970
Degrees of Charity
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discussed the introduction of Israel.
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By Guest Columnist
Danny is back in California again
so back to the typewriter for me.
Seems that he makes a yearly trek
to the land of milk, honey and
smog for his well earned vacation.
Going back into time, many.
many years ago on old Twelfth
Street you could see Danny hang-
ing out with his friends Sam Winer,
Aubrey Caplan, Al Stein, Turk
Prujansky, Sol Lewis, etc., etc.,
and you knew even then because
of his creative ability he would
become the magic weaver of a col-
umn of a widely read newspaper
that would with the ensuing years
cause his popularity to grow and
now to culminate in a testimonial
dinner honoring him at the Raleigh
House on Tuesday evening, Oct. 13.
The dinner was conceived by his
cronies who have become legion
and should be a fitting tribute to
this warm, nice and altogether
The recent City of Hope Bob-Lo
moonlight excursion was the brain-
child of Fred and Clara Silber of
the Mr. and Mrs. group with every-
one present having a swell time. It
was co-sponsored by the New Hori-
Little Julie Oram shocked her
grandmas, Rose Oram and
Evelyn Lewis when daddy Bill
blew out the candles on his
birthday cake. Mother Donna
beamed when Julie sang "Happy
Birthday" without a hitch all the
way through. Would you believe
only 18 months . . . Sesame
Street please take note.
Ruby Samson while playing golf
recently with Buddy Nathanson.
Lou Garber and Morey Charmer,
hit a caddie on the head from 200
yards off the tee. Ruby ran all the
way over to see the boy wincing
with pain and shouting. "You hurt
me!, I'm going to sue for 65,000."
"But I hollered FORE!" Ruby ex-
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ed at him and said. "I'll take it."
Meyer Feinstein and Lester
Greenspan asked their friend Irv-
ing Pitt what the surveyors found
on his property located near an oil
strike. "Parking space." Iry re-
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More than 30 books have been
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daily. Each attests to his powers
of prophecy and incredible abilities
in the areas of ESP (extra sensory
perception). Groups have form-
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gate the hidden powers invested in
all of us to some degree.. . . Ever
think of someone you haven't heard
from in a long time and the tele-
phone rings . . . haven't seen a
crony in years, dwelling on him for
a moment, he appears! One such
group locally is the ESP Research
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NEW YORK — A fully equipped
American Red Mogen Dovid for
Israel ambulance was presented to
Israel's official Red Cross Agency,
Magen David Adom, by Mr. and
Mrs. William Esikoff of Flushing,
The ceremony, dedicating the
vehicle in memory of the Esikoffs'
parents and in honor of Mr. Esi-
kelt" s 81st birthday, was held at
the Jamaica Estates Jewish Center.