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May 01, 1959 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-01

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Israel National Library
Aid Advanced Here, in Ann
Arbor by Congress Librarian

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

Ricky Mohr, Millie Goldman,
Rhoda Roland, Maxine Kort,
Sheldon Pearson and Van Dyan
are the guys 'n gals steamheat-
ing it all the way during re-
hearsals . . . Tickets for "Now
Hear This" are available from
Ruth Bonus, LI. 6-5003, Lor-
raine Gellman, MI. 6-6740, or
at Kern's.

AMERICAN PREMIERE

Dr. Lawrence Marwick, of ing unit to safeguard precious
Washington, D. C., head of the Jewish tomes before time and
Hebraic Section of the Library negligence destroys them.
of Congress, was a guest in De- There are many others who
troit and in Ann Arbor, wind- would equip a modern bind-
Our human laws are but
ing up a tour of the Middle ery for a great library."
West in the interests of a move-
the
copies, more or less imper-
Dr. Marwick has in his cus-
ment to secure important books tody
fect, of the eternal laws, so far
in
the
Library
of
Congress
for the Jewish National and the largest collection of He-
as we can read them."—James
University Library in • Jerusa- braica and Semitica under gov-
Anthony Froude.
lem.
CURT JURGENS 1))
ernment auspices and one of the
Prior to his tour of many largest in the world. Numbering
I MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT! '
cities in this country, he made over 64,000 volumes in Hebrew
THERE ARE PROJECTS by
extensive trips overseas in be- and Aramaic, Syriac, Ethiopic, various groups in the commu-
Sammy Woolf
half of the Jerusalem Library. etc., its value for research is nity which receive little or no
lEckieViNt 1 -N ,11X MOMS
And His Orchestra
Through Dr. Marwick's ef- enhanced by 205,000 titles in note . . . but are worthy enough
UN 4-3174
UN 3-8982
forts, 42,000 selected volumes western languages related to to gather a bit_ of recognition.
UN 3-6501
were shipped to the Jewish the various phases of Semitic, . . . Few people know about the
TO 8-8300
Woodward at 6 Mile
National and University Li- Hebraic, Judaic and Biblical little kiddies at the Juvenile
brary, to the Berl Katznelson history, literature and civiliza- Detention Home Cottages . . .
All Newly Remodeled & Air Conditioned
Institute, the Israel Standards tion.
and one of the unsung happi-
Institution and many munici-
Dr. Marwick completed his ness bringers is that of servicing
pal libraries in Israel.
undergraduate training at the these youngsters with parties,
Serving Luncheons and Dinners
On his visit here, Dr. Mar- University of Chicago in 1931, offering music, handicraft and
Banquet Facilities
wick pointed out that the Is- received an M.A. degree in 1932 affectionate individual care so
Your Host, James Vlisides
raeli libraries are interested from the same school, was very desperately needed. . . It
114 PALLISTER
TR 3-7444
not only in books but also in awarded an Emma Lazarus fel- has been added as a project by
valuable manuscripts, in musi- lowship at Dropsie College for the Detroit Women of Alpha
cal instruments, recordings Hebrew and Cognate learning, Omega Dental Auxiliary . . .
and important newspapers.
where he majored in Biblical, The bewildered children at
Delightfully
Air-Conditioned
Serving as head of the Na- Arabic and Islamic studies and the cottages are not delin-
tional Library Committee of researched in early Bible com- quent s, but neglected or
Delicatessen • Restaurant • Cocktail Lounge
American Friends of the He- mentaries under the late Pro- abandoned . . . mostly wonder-
Famous for Fine Food
brew University, Dr. Marwick fessor Solomon L. Skoss. inter- ing when their parents are corn-
DINNERS 4:30 to 9:30 • AFTER THEATER SNACKS
pointed to recent develop- nationally known Arabist and ing to take them home . . . 27
Businessmen's Lunch 11:30 A.M. to 3 P.M.
meats of his enterprising com- Doyen of Judeo-Arabic. In his kiddies, ranging from two-years-
mittee and to rapid progress will, Prof. Skoss named Dr. Mar- old up, touched very deeply the
TRAY CATERING A SPE.2,IALTY
in plans for the building of wick executor of his scholarly hearts of the Alpha Omega Wo-
12th
at
Hazelwood
TR. 2-4375
men when, before refreshments,
the Jewish National and Uni- estate.
In 1935-36 Dr. Marwick was they recited a prayer in unison,
versity Library. On his visits
here, in Ann Arbor and in Chi- given a year's leave of absence "We thank you for the world
cago, he has inspected library to proceed to Cairo, Egypt, and so sweet. We thank you for the
collections and discussed Is- he matriculated at the Egyptian food we eat. We thank you for
rael'S needs With key academ- National University, Fuad I, the birds that sing. We thank
is personalities and book col- where he specialized in Arabic, you, God, for everything." . . .
lectors, including Frederick Arab history and literature. The women will have a spring
Featuring Exclusively
Wagman, director of the Uni- Among his teachers during his planting party for the kiddies
1 months' stay in Egypt was Saturday . . . with the commit-
versity of Michigan Library. 18
the noted blind Arab scholar, tee, Roz Tamler, Ruth Blake,
At a recent meeting of Taha Hussein, one-time Egyp- Sylvia Barak, Huddy Axons,
the AFHU
Library
Commit- tian Minister Of Education.
Non Geffen and Sally Water-
tee,
Prof. .Isaac
Mendelsohn,
His study trip abroad and stone, bringing cheese cartons
of Columbia University, who
es
i ll his s work at the Bri- . and seeds for each child, plus
preceded Dr. Marwick as especially
chairman of the committee, tish Museum in London and the artificial flowers planted in each
reported that 12,085 mono- Bodleian, Oxford, and at Cam- carton to show the youngsters
graph volumes and 7,840 is- bridge resulted in the comple- what their flower will look like
Wish to thank our customers and friends
sues of periodicals had re'-: j tion of Several .texts and studies when it comes up ... The com-
mittee
has
been
busily
collect-
of
the
jives
and
writings
of
cently been acquired.
for their patronage during the past year.
ing from the membership gent-
The committee expressed eminent early Bible exegetes. ly-used
clothes,
toys,
games
and
The
most
rewarding and memorable experiences are
During World War. II he was
gratitude to the Book of the
Month Club, New York Aca- Special Agent-in-charge with books for the planting party.
those which are most profitably spent in association
demy of Medicine, American the Counter-Intelligence Corps . . . Bernice Daskal is .president
of people you like and respect. We invite you to
Jewish Physicians' Committee, in the European Theater of op- of the Detroit Women of Alpha
Omega
Dental
Auxiliary,
which
enjoy
such an experience by helping us celebrate our
Alpha Omega Fraternity, Ha- erations.. He participated in the
dassah and Medical Advisory battles for Northern and Cen- most folk know only as a group
Board of AFHU for their co- tral Germany and in the deci- of gals whose chief projects are
11th ANNIVERSARY — SUNDAY, MAY 3
operation. Special thanks went sive assault from the air across the Israel Dental School, and,
through
its
local
dental
aid
pro-
the
Rhine
and
was
among
the
to Mrs. Frank Cohen and the
the help given needy peo-
Free Gifts For Everyone !
Dr. Julius Jarco Medical Li- first to contact the remaining gram,
survivors of Nazi horror camps ple at Sinai Hospital.
braries for their gifts.
• * *
During his visit here, Dr. in Northern Germany and to
Marwick pointed to the need enter Berlin with the first
BEFORE BEING GIVEN
for a modern bindery at the American unit.
money to buy some candy, little
Prior to his coming to Wash- 7-year-old Jo Ann Metzger was
Library in Jerusalem, and de-
ington, Dr. Marwick occupied asked by her aunt, Marian Korn,
clared:
"I would also like to dis- the position of assistant director what she had done during the
15301 E. JerrersOn at Beaconsfield
pel the prevailing notion of the Board of Jewish Educa- week to make some person
VA 2 4118
tion
in
St.
Louis,
Mo.
During
that libraries are only inter-
happy . . . Little Jo Ann replied,
Luncheons 11 to 3 — Dinners 5:00
ested in books. Your own his ten years in Washington, he "Well. I spent one afternoon at
to 10:30. Suppers 10:30 to 2 a.m.
great libraries with their has devoted much time and at- my friend's house down the
3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
music collections, their mi- tention to furthering the inter- street, and when I went home
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding ar 'e . Serving
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods tot
ests
of
institutions
of
learning
crofilming facilities, modern
she
was
happy."
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
CHOP HOUSE
binderies, newspaper rooms, in Israel.
* *
Dr. Marwick represented the
map collections, art treas-
CHORUS LINE THIS year at ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
ures, etc., will help to dispel Library of Congress at the In-
Chops Chicken Club Sandwiches. Short Orders. Delicious Hamburgers.
this notion. Current books ternational Conference of Ori- the S.O.C. Hadassah show, "Now "Served
as you like it."
are necessary to supply the entalists in Istanbul, Turkey, in Hear This" being held at Ford 20176 LIVERNOIS
AVE., 1%2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
Open 24 Hours
needs of faculty, student 1951. During 1955-1957 he was Auditorium, May 9 and 10, and
body and researchers. But visiting professor of Arabic and called the SOCettes, is made up
CHOICE LIQUORS
MARIA'S
PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
it is as important to Islamic studies at Dropsie Col- of 16 easy-to-look at housewives
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
preserve for them the thou- lege. His publications include whose household chores include
Parking Facilities . . . Carry Out Service
sands of volumes printed on an edition of the Second Book being the mothers of 42 chil
Open I 1 a.m. to 3 a.m. --- UN 1 3929
poor paper and about to dis- of Psalms by the tenth century dren . . .. The dancing lovelies 7107 PURITAN
.integrate. Only microfilming Karaite scholar and exegete are, Ruth Weitz, Audrey Men-
will save them. As for an Salmon b. Yeruham, and some delsohn, Maxine Kort, Leah Jay, CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
adequate supply of newspa- of his younger contemporary, Carole Durbin, Ilene Steingold, Serving: Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted See Foods
Gerri
Bennett,
Audrey
Koloff,
Yefet
b.
Ali's
commentaries
on
pers, with the present heavy
Music by Muzak 2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
output of books, the only way the Minor Prophets. He is the Maisie Levitt, Connie Satovsky,
Sylvia
Glantz,
Reva
Shapiro,
Prime
.. Beef at its Very Best? Pies baked on prem-
of preserving them and author of a "Handbook of Dip-
i ses. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
Sally Kaufman, Millie Goldman,
thereby saving also precious lomatic Hebrew."
daily. Open Ii a.m.-8 p.m.
Estelle Cantor and Florence
space, is putting them on
19371 W. 8 Mile, I BIk. E. of Evergreen
. . . The choreography BEEF BUFFET
microfilm. Many maintain Hold Hitler Police Official L
is being perfected by Julie Ad-
that saving lives must come
BIELEFELD, German y, ler and Carol Kimmel . . . The
first. And no one would dis-
(JTA)
— Dr. Herbert Zimmer- two talented teachers also have
pute it. The ingathering of man, an
attorney, who was Hit- a heavy hand in the S.O.C.
the dispersed must not be ler's
123 Kercheval
Grosse Pointe Forms
chief of security police at Hadassah show's big specialty
delayed. But it is my feeling Bialystok
Reservations — TU 4 5015
in
1944,
was
arrested
number,
"Steamheat",
which
as
that there are enough intel- here. He was accused of having a show stopper is looming hot-
LUNCHEON
DINNER
ligent Jews able and willing ordered the shooting of 100 ter than its
Serving Wonderful FOOD, Wines & Liquors . .at Moderate Prices
.
.
.
Marge
and
to underwrite a microfilm- Jews in the Bialystok prison.
UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION .& MANAGEMENT OF AL WOOLF
Bill Zupner, Sally Kaufman,

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PALLISTER HOUSE

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DELICATESSEN

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13118 DEXTER

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