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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, March 14, 1975

SZ Women Plan Program

Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sis-
terhood. will have its ninth
annual "Woman's World"
program April 8 in the syn-
agogue.
Beginning at 10 a.m. with
a complimentary continen-
tal breakfast, the day's ac-
tivities will include a chance
to browse at boutique items.
a sherry hour at 11:30 and a
catered luncheon. Syndi-
cated columnist Erma Born-
beck will be guest speaker.
Prizes will be awarded to
visitors. -
Chairpersons are Mrs.
Carl Bayer and Mrs. Robert
Steinberg. Assisting them
are Mesdames Samuel Gold-
stein, Abe Katzman, Irving
Rogovein, Milford Nemer,
Harvey Weisberg, Peter
Martin, Morton Skolnick,

Allan Luckoff, Al Lahr,
Stanley Kline, Dennis Ko-
van, Davis Benson, Myron
Milgrom, Carl Lipnik, Irv-
ing Laker, Joseph Gross,
Norman Feder, Marvin
Wechstein, Abner Ragins,
Jules Meskin, Phillip
Schiener, Murray Shekter,
Lawrence Gubow, Alvin
Robinson, Marvin Fleisch-
man, Ralph Pierce, Jerry
Margolis, Harold Weisberg
and Arnold Feuerman.
Mrs. Robert Brody is
president. For tickets, call
the synagogue, 357-5544.

Israel TV Fare
Angers Egyptians

Mr. and Mrs. Iry Cohen of
Farmington Hills were in
Huntsville, Ala., recently
where they visited the
world's largest space e , hibit
at the Alabama Space and
Rocket Center.
*•* *

TUNIS (ZINS) — Steps
should be taken to stop the
inroad_ of Israeli TV in
Egypt, according to the
Cairo daily, Al Ahbar.
According to the newspa-
per, Egyptians in the east-
ern and northern parts of
the Nile Delta favor Israeli
TV programs. The paper
warns that Israeli TV will
also take over in other parts
of the country.
The paper demands im-
provement of Egyptian TV
programs in order to com-
pete with Israeli TV fare.

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Activities
in Society

Dr. and Mrs. William
Haber, who hosted a num-
ber of functions in honor of
President and Mrs.
Ephraim Katzir on Tuesday
and Wednesday, left Thurs-
day for a two-week stay in
Israel. Prof. Haber heads a
committee that serves in an
advisory capacity for all
universities in Israel. He is a
member of the board of gov-
ernors of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. While in Israel the
Habers will attend the 50th
anniversary celebration of
the Hebrew University.
* * *
Miss Eelia Diskin was
honored recently by Mrs.
William Nedelman and Ms.
Irene E. Papke at a bridal
shower at Northland Inn on
the occasion of her forth-
coming marriage to Michael
C. Cohan.

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Sam Danto of Northgate
Blvd., Oak Park recently cel-
ebrated his 85th birthday at
a party given by his grand-
children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Baer, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Kohn and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Wolfson. Mr. Danto has
been active in the Pisgah
Lodge bowling league of
Bnai Brith for more than 40
years. Family and friends
attended the celebration.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mir-
tenbaum of Biarritz Cir.,
Oak Park, will be honored
by their nieces and nephews
and Mrs. Mirtenbaum's sis-
ters at an open house on the
occasion of their golden an-
niversary. Mrs. Mirten-
baum's sisters include Mes-
dames Katie Radine, Esther
Weckstein and Bessie Wein-
stein. The couple met in
Detroit and was married in
March 1925. Born in Poland,
Mr. Mirtenbaum sang with
the Halevi Choral Group
and with numerous syn-
agogue choirs in Detroit.

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Goldie Renders 'Honest' Performance In 'Shampoo'

By HERBERT G.

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Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Goldie
Hawn, a nice Jewish girl
from Washington, D. C..
who made her debut in tele-
vision's "Laugh-In" and won
an Academy Award for her
first feature screen role,
"Cactus Flower," renders an
honest, down-to-earth per-
formance as a precocious
youngster in the current
Warren Beatty movie,
"Shampoo," looking like a
17-year-old, though she is
past 29.
"Shampoo" is a chronol-
ogy of decadence in today's
society and a unique sum-
mary of obscenities reflect-
ing the complete breakdown
of morality among the idle
rich and their hangers-on in
Hollywood and elsewhere.
Warren Beatty, the star, tri-
ples as co-author and produ-
cer, and portrays the central
character of a Beverly Hills
beautician.
There are two fine per-:
formers in "Shampoo" who
also happen to be Jewish,
Jack Warden and Lee
Grant, who appear as hus-
band and wife constantly at
each other's throats, some-
how as a grim reminder not
to get married.

"The Man in the Glass
Booth," Robert Shaw's
controversial drama, has
been transposed to the
screen by Edward Anhalt
for Ely Landau's Ameri-
can Film Theater sub-
scription series. Shaw,
evidently unhappy with
the adaptation, has with-
drawn his name from the
motion picture.

Israel, Not Fear
Is Source of
`Jewish Politics'

The views of Stephen
Isaacs, author of the contro-
versial "Jews and American
Politics," and speaker last
week at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek, were disputed in a re-
cent article in the Wall
Street Journal.

Prof. Nathan Glazer of
Harvard University refuted
Isaacs' claim that fear for
their safety and position in
American society is respon-
sible for Jewish liberalism.
Glazer said, "Fear does
play a role in Jewish politi-
cal behavior, but it is not
fear over threats to Jews in
the United States, it is fear
for Israel.

"There is no parallel to
Israel for any other Ameri-
can religious or ethnic
group: and thus there can
be no parallel to the politi-
cal activity called forth by
the permanent and in-
creasing danger of Israel.

He added, "Most modern
Jews have wanted to be like
all other peoples, and the
creation of Israel was ironi-
cally expected to be one
great step in this direction.
"Israel is not, alas, like all
other nations; and as long as
this is true, the Jews of the
United States cannot be like
other religious and ethnic
groups, whatever their ear-
nest desires."

The play as well as the
subsequent movie opens up
a series of pertinent ques-
tions about the Jews of Eu-
rope, the attitude of the
German people, the nature
of the Hitler regime, and
the validity of trials for
crimes against humanity.
Arthur Goldman, por-
trayed with insane fury by
Maximilian Schell, perhaps
is a former Nazi hiding un-
der a Jewish facade, a camp
guard driven by a complex
of guilt, or a Jewish survivor
hunted by hallucinations
trying to redeem humanity
by posing as one of his tor-
mentors. A symbol for
man's suffering throughout
the ages, he tries to nail
himself to a cross, a sacrif-
ice for the sake of eternal
truth. He thereby differs
from the genuine Nazi who
neither would admit his
participation nor even
knowledge of crimes.
In a higher sense, Gold-
man reaffirms the scope of
the monstrous crime, a
crime of genocide beyond
comprehension. The schizo-
phrenic personality of Gold-
man is a feast for any ambi-
tious performer, and
Maximilian Schell plays the
part to the hilt, whether he
appears as a financial wiz-
ard in upper Manhattan, as
a concentration camp com-
mander emerging from the
twilight of the past, or as a
tortured, self-torturing Jew,
rendering a constantly
shifting and changing por-

trayal, with his voice chang-
ing from the New York ni-
gun, to Yiddish, or the
German mountain slang of
Adolf Hitler.

presents Arkin as Benito
Vasquez, Chicano partner of
tough and opportunistic cop
Freebie Waters portrayed
by James Caan (who gave a
Unfortunately, director magnificent performance in
Arthur Hiller (who gave "The Gambler").
us a masterpiece with
"Rafferty and the Gold
"Love Story") cannot cope Dust Twins" is another
with the subject matter. "black" comedy, a spoof on a
Neither he, nor the produ- would-be kidnapping of a
cer or author seem to be mild-mannered ex-Marine
familiar with court pro- by two girls on the loose,
ceedings in Israel, espe- and their common adven-
cially of a war crime trial tures in Las Vegas. Mac-
which we watched, awe- Kenzie Phillips, from
struck by the solemnity "American Graffiti" and
and calm, in Jerusalem 14 Sally Kellerman, are the
"gold _Dust Twins."
years ago.
Alan Arkin, Academy
Award nominee for his first
Freddy Sheyer
picture "The Russians Are
One Man Orchestra
Coming," now appears in
Standards to Rock
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singing guitarist w/Auto Drum
motion pictures, both slap-
also plays violin and strolls
stick in dubious taste.
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