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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

, Ford, Kissinger Due to Speak
a ll eries
at AJCommittee Annual Event

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NEW YORK — Both
President Ford and Secre-
tary of State Kissinger are
expected to address the 70th
annual meeting of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, to be held at the Wash-
ington Hilton Hotel through .
Sunday.
The theme of the meeting
will be "Critical Choices for
the American Jewish Com-
munity at Home and

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"Bi-Centennial
Services"

Memorial Weekend Observances

U.S. Will Pay
Token Dues
to UNESCO

THE JEWISH WAR VETERANS

Dept. of Michigan

PARIS (JTA) — The
American delegation has
informally advised the
UNESCO Director General
that it will make the mini-
mum $3 million contribu-
tion to the Organization's
budget so as not to lose its
right to vote. The money
will be paid before the Gen-
eral Conference which is
due to take place in autumn
in Nairobi.
The United States owes
$42 million in outstanding
dues and would lose the
right to vote unless it makes
the minimum $3 million
payment before the end of
the year.
UNESCO sources said
that a bill asking for this ap-
propriation is currently be-
fore the U.S. Congress.
American sources said the
U.S. delegation has made it
clear to the UNESCO ad-
ministration that besides
the token contribution no
other funds will be provided
until UNESCO changes its
anti-Israeli policy.

Invites You To Attend:

A Bi-Centennial Sabbath

Service & Oneg Shabbat

B'nai David Synagogue

Friday May 28th at

Abroad."
Among the major speak-
ers, on topics ranging from
America's economic crisis to
Israel's security, will be
Chaim Herzog, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
Nations; Senator Hubert H.
Humphrey; Dr. Alice Rivlin,
director of the Congres-
sional Budget Office; Nor-
man Podhoretz, editor of
Commentary; Dr. Ronald S.
Berman, chairman of the
National Endowment for
the Humanities; Dr. Gerson
D. Cohen, chancellor of Jew-
ish Theological Seminary;
Irving Howe, distinguished
professor of English at
Hunter College and City
University of New York,
and author of the best-sell-
ing book, "The World of Our
Fathers"; Elmer L. Winter,
AJC's national president;
and Bertram H. Gold, AJC's
executive vice president.
The AJC American Lib-
erties Medallion will be
presented to Dr. John
Slawson, the organiza-
tion's executive vice presi-
dent emeritus, who retired
in 1967 after heading its
professional staff for 24
years.
Lawrence Spivak, origina-
tor of the NBC-TV program
"Meet The Press," who
served as its producer and
moderator for 30 years until
his retirement last Novem-
ber, will receive the AJC's
Institute of Human Rela-
tions' mass media award.

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Memorial Day Services
Monday, May 31

10 a.m. — Mach Pelah

Noon — Hebrew Memorial

1:30 — Open House at J.W.V.
Memorial Home,
16990 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich.

Recreation Area

The public is invited
to all functions

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jewish National Fund's
latest "active recreation
area," which opened last
month at En Zetim near
Safed, was a focal point for
outdoor holidaying during
Independence Day. The area
is the third of its type in Is-
rael — all planned and exe-
cuted by JNF.

For any further information

Call JWV Memorial Home

559-5680

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May 14, 1976 21

Lee Grant Nice Jewish Girl
Who Gained World Stardom

hood Playhouse, she studied son's screen comedy, "The
acting with Sanford Meis- Landlord," she portrayed
a snobbish society matron.
HOLLYWOOD — Lee ner.
Lee made her profes-
In the filmic version of
Grant, who portrays the
jealous wife of Jack Warden sional stage debut at 18 "Plaza Suite," she played
in Warren Beatty's touring with the national the harassed mother of the
bride. In "Portnoy's Com-
"Shampoo" for Columbia company of "Oklahoma,"
Pictures, appeared in an as understudy to Celeste plaint," the domineering
outlandish, store-bought Holm. She came to Broad- mother of Richard Benja-
wedding dress when accept- way in the spring of 1948 min.
ing her Academy Award for succeeding Lois Hall in Al-
Miss Grant next returned
best supporting actress dur- lan Scott's "Joy to the to Broadway to star with
ing the Oscar show at the World." "Detective Peter Falk in Neil Simon's
Story," for which she won "The Prisoner of Second
Los Angeles Music Center.
the
Critics Circle Award Avenue," directed by Mike
Ms. Grant gained na-
tional prominence when and subsequently an Os- Nichols. In Hollywood, she
portraying the pathetic car nomination and a co-directed a CBS television
shoplifter on Broadway and Cannes Film Festival cita- special "The Shape of
on the screen in Sidney tion, made her an instant Things."
Kingsley's "Detective Story" celebrity.
Upon returning from Hol- Israel Refuses
a quarter of a century ago.
She was then still in her lywood, where she appeared to Withdraw
teens. The young lady was under William Wyler's di-
four years old when first rection, she starred in the from Asian Games
she peered across the foot- Broadway plays, "Lo and
TEL AVIV — Israel has
lights as a member of the Behold," "A Hole in the
Metropolitan Opera Com- Head" and "Wedding Break- no intention of "voluntarily
pany having been selected fast." She settled perma- withdrawing" from the 1978
for her earliest role that of nently in California for her Asian Games, as demanded
the abducted princess in continuing role on the by Asian Games Federation
"Peyton Place" television' President Miraj Khalid of
"L'Orocolo."
She was born in New series, for which she netted Pakistan.
the much coveted Emmy
Israel Olympic Commit-
York City, the daughter of Award.
tee honorary secretary
A.W. and Witia Rosenthal.
Her movie career began to Haim Glovinsky, who is also
Her father taught at the
accelerate;
she was the a long-time AGF council
experimental Speyer School
for boys and later became a swinger-for-hire in "Divorce member, told the Jerusalem
realtor and deputy mayor of American Style," the widow Post that the committee
East Rockaway. Her of a murder victim in "In the was sending a letter to the
mother, a model, actress Heat of the Night," and one federation's head office in
and teacher, encouraged Lee of the leading ladies of Lahore, Pakistan, seeking
clarification of various anti-
from her earliest childhood "Valley of the Dolls."
In Rome, she portrayed Israel statements made at
to pursue a career in the
performing arts. Lee at- Telly Savalas' good-natured the recent AGF executive
tended the Juilliard School wife in "Buono Sera, Mrs. meeting in Kuala Lumpur,
for voice and violin instruc- Campbell," opposite Gina Malaysia.
Glovinsky stressed that
tion, graduating from Lollobrigida. At the Hun-
Washington High School tington Hartford Theater in any decisions taken by the
before she was 15. With a Hollywood, she opened in executive were not binding
scholarship to the Neighbor- Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite" unless confirmed by next
playing all three female July's full AGF congress in
roles.
Montreal — when Israel's
Prominent Guests
While on stage at night, three delegates will mobilize
Visiting Israel
she spent her days on support to challenge the ille-
movie
and television sets. gal ouster attempt.
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — In "Marooned,"
she was
Several countries, includ-
In recent weeks Israel has the wife of an ill-fated
as- ing Japan, Singapore, India
received a number of promi- tronaut, with Gregory
nent visitors from different Peck in the lead; in and Pakistan refused ap-
parts of the world, including - "There Was A Crooked peals to host the games.
the president of the Euro- Man," she appeared with However, several of the
United Arab Emirates have
pean Common Market,
Kirk
Douglas
and
Henry
expressed
an interest in
Francois Xavier Ortoli.
as a_ lusty ranch staging the games, provided
Other visiting dignitaries Fonda
were Alain Poher, president widow. In Norman Jewi- Israel does not compete.
of the French Senate; Mar-
garet Thatcher, leader of
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the Conservative Party in
Great Britain; Hans Appel,
West Germany's Finance
Minister; and the Prime
Minister of South Africa,
John Vorster.
The visits show Israel is
far from being ostracized in
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the world community, as
the Arabs and the Soviet
bloc contend, according to
MARVIN CHECK
MARVIN ROSEN
the press.

BY HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

American Protective Alarms, Inc.

Israelis Develop
Cancer Treatment

REHOVOT, Israel — A
new "guided missile" strat-
egy for the treatment of
cancer was announced by
Weizmann Institute re-
searchers Professors Mi-
chael Sela and Ruth Arnon
and their colleagues in the
institute's chemical immu-
nology department.
The new strategy is to
link antibodies to anti-can-
cer drugs. The antibodies
are specific for cancer cells
and thus guide the drugs to
the malignant site.

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