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SB WOMEN LEADERS — NewIy-elected presidents of Tuc
son B’nai B'rith Women are Mrs. Earl Sydow (left) of Chapter
613 and Mrs. Leonard Buchalter, Chapter 962.
Israeli Actress Gets Ben Hur Role
HOLLYWOOD (JTA)—An
Israel actress, Haya Harareet,
has been chosen for the lead
role in a new Metro-Goldwyn-
Mayer film version of “Ben
Hur.”
Unknown to most Ameri
can movie goers, except those
who saw her in the Israel
film, “Hill 24 Doesn't An- *
We Are Proud to Announce
The Production of Another Outstanding Play
by the Prize-Winning Center Dramatic Group
"Tevya And His Daughteis"
An Arnold Perl Adaptation of the Sholom Aleichem Story
June 5-7-8 at the Center
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swer,” Miss Harareet was
chosen from among 30 ac
tresses for the role of Esther,
the romantic interest of the
film’s hero.
She was selected by Direc
tor William Wyler and Pro
ducer Sam Zymbalist who are
now in Italy preparing for
the start of production.
Organizations
Jolson AZA
Sam Oppenheim has been
elected the new Aleph Godol
of A1 Jolson AZA.
Other new officers are Jim
Cohen, Aleph S’Gan; Allan
Mindell, Aleph Maskir; Rich
ard Kaufman, Aleph Gisbor;
Bob Maslow, Aleph Sopher;
Leonard Karp, Aleph Moreh;
Bob Korn, Aleph Maskir Ko
tone; Barry Bernstein, Aleph
Shotare Godol; Charlie
Schneider, Aleph Shotare Ko
tone and Jim Cohen as dele
gate to district convention
with Burton Becker as alter
nate.
Named committee heads
were Bob Jacobs and Jack
Allen, athletics; Ricky Fal
kow and Art Goldman, cul
ture; Allan Fleischman, com
munity service; Burton Beck
er, publicity; Marv Savlov,
social; Mike Posner and Ricky
Falkow, religious and Leon
ard Karp, interfaith.
Workmen’s Circle
Mrs. Celia Margolis has
been named Mother-of-the-
Year by Workmen’s Circle
Morris Wanger Branch 152.
At the affair mothers were
honored with a special pro
gram.
A board meeting of the
group will be held at the home
of Mrs. Sadie Kaplan, 1801 E.
Ninth at 2:30 p.m. on June 15.
Rishona Pioneer
Rishona Pioneer Women
will hold a luncheon and card
party at Cong. Anshei Israel
June 4 at noon to celebrate
the Shavuous holiday. It will
be the final meeting of the
season.
Hostess is Mrs. Harry
Schorr with co-hostesses
Mmes. Abraham Lipkin, Ka
therine Cowan and Isaac Mar
golis. Reservations can be
made by calling Mrs. Isidore
Levinson, EA 5-9847.
Sheva Club
The Sheva Club will hold a
board meeting June 2 at 7:30
p.m.. at Cong. Anshei Israel.
Members are asked to bring
their Blue Boxes to the meet
ing.
Desert BB
Desert Chapter of B’nai
B’rith Women will hold a reg
ular meeting at the Hillel
House 8 p.m. on June 2.
A skit will be presented as
part of the program.
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THE ARIZONA POST
KINDERGARTEN GRADUATES — Mrs. Sam Grace, instructor of Cong. Anshei Israel’s
kindergarten, poses with her young gradual es this spring. In the first row left to right are
Margaret Imberman, Carol Warner and llene Blacksberg. Second row left to right Ellen
Bromberg, Philip Shapiro, Rose Isakoff and Shari Staub. Third row left to right Mimi Blit
ter, She/ by Karnofsky, Jimmy Wezelman, Larry Burstein, Anita Jacobs and Josh Weiss
berger.
Here ’N There
By BIG GAYLE GOODMAN
June 2nd marks the gradua
tion of many Jewish students
from Tucson high schools.
These girls and boys have en
tered every field of school ac
tivities and many of them are
scholastically above average.
As people of the Jewish
heritage, these teenagers set
a fine example. They parti
cipated in athletic, social, and
cultural events throughout
their four years in high
school, and have gained a
prominent place in the ranks
of students.
Among Catalina High’s
Jewish graduates are Fran
Bassist, editor of the school
newspaper; Linda Mishkind,
member of the National Hon
or Society; Gary Olshansky,
Linda Omansky, Gary Pfifer,
and Fran Rosen, president of
Future Homemakers of Amer
ica and member of the Na
tional Honor Society.
Among Amphi High’s Jew
ish graduates and Esther
Goldson, Eddie Goodman and
Maurice Mordka. Mike Ames
will graduate from Pueblo
High.
Among Tucson High’s grad
uates are Marvin Agron, Bur
ton Berlowe; Rubin Candiotti;
Lois Elpern; Jay Goodfarb;
Dave Greenberg; Linda Hill
er; Phil Hinden; Mary Levy;
Bernie Milstein; Judy Mar
golis; Vickie Myerson, presi
dent of French Club and
member of Sunshine Models;
Sam Oppenheim, National
Honor Society; Laverne Pas
sen, president of the THS
Orchestra; Dave Perlman;
Phyllis Rakita, National Hon
or Society; Roy Robinson,
president of the Jazz Club;
Libby Serbin; Barbara Sin
ger; Steve Slavin, president
of the Inter-school Youth
Council, and Hal Smotkin-
National Honor Society; Judy
Winter.
ASSISTING with the Tuc
son High graduation as Jun
ior guards and flag bearers
are Lynne Lavine, Fran Bern
feld, Little Gail Goodman,
Judy Beren, Myrna Zimbler,
Zelda Giffords, Barry Bern
stein, Leonard Karp, Tod Zel
ickson, and Alan Mindell.
Eligibility for this honor was
based on scholastic grades
and school activities. Then
the junior class voted for
these students at a special
election.
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■Friday, May 30, 1938-
Sam Oppenheim, one of the
outstanding seniors, will read
from the Scriptures on Bac
calaureate night, June Ist. He
was one of the four chosen
from the entire graduating
class.
Hal Smotkin, state winner
of the American Legion Ora
torical Contest, was given the
honor of being graduation
speaker by his fellow class
mates.
As this school year draws
to a close, we see students
wishing each other success
and happiness for the coming
years. HERE AND THERE
would like to express congra
tulations to all the graduat
ing seniors and their families.
Looking to next year, the
National Honor Society of
Tucson High has elected Joel
August to serve as its presi
dent, along with Andrea Haas
as secretary.
39 S. sth Ave. Ph. MA 2-4647

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