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October 30, 1959 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Fr iday, October 30, 19'51-1 0

Feinberg's Early Editions of
Faulkner's Work in University
of Virginia Library Exhibition

- Honoring the 40th anniver- I which may well be considered
sary of the creative works of as one fo Faulkner's outstand-
William Faulkner, Nobel Prize, ing works.
Pulitzer Prize and National
Book Award winner, the Uni-
Warning Against
versity of Virginia Alderman
Library has begun a one-man Currency Defacing
exhibition of Faulkner's works,
Issued in Israel
to continue through Dec. 23.
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Many universities and in-
To The Jewish News
dividual collectors have con-
JERUSALEM — Any person
tributed material to the caught defacing Israel's new
exhibit. Early editions of banknotes will face a court
Faulkner's works and original hearing, a Bank of Israel
manuscripts that were ac- spokesman warned Tuesday in
quired over the years by commenting on reports that
Charles E. Feinberg, noted some ultra orthodox groups
Detroit collector, are in- had threatened to blot out the
cluded in the display.-
reproductions of human figures
The exhibition was arranged on the new paper currency.
The zealots reportedly ob-
on the occasion of the appear-
anCe of Faulkner's newest jected to the depiction of hu-
novel, "The Mansion," pub- man figures as contrary to the
commandment forbidding im-
lished by Random House.
This is the third Faulkner ages. The new banknotes in-
novel about the Snopes Family. clude illustrations of a scien-
It is a dramatic portrayal of tist, an industrial worker, a
life in the south, of con- fisherman and a woman soldier.
The zealots were additionally
troversies involving 40 years of
tensions and strains resulting angered by the fact that the
from one of the Snopes' im- girl was pictured with rolled-
prisonments and his retention up shirt sleeves.
Dr. Ernest Nebenzahl, chair-
of a grudge against a cousin
for failing to come to his aid. man of the Bank of Israel ad-
It aids in the murder of the visory council, who is head of
the National Religious Party's
Interspersed are dramatic list for the Jerusalem munici-
descriptions of prevailing pre- pal elections, said in his warn-
judices, including the injection ing that the portraits were
of anti-Jewish - attacks on the necessary to make forgeries
Jewish husband of one of the more difficult. He also defend-
ed the girl's portrait, asserting
Snopes' women.
There are interesting descrip- it would be "unthinkable" to
tions of political activities in- issue a series of banknotes
volving the Snopeses and the showing typical Israelis with-
role played by the Ku Klux out including at least one
Klan. One of the Snoposes first woman."
had come out against the KKK,
although he had been Kleagle Choose Eight to Serve
or Dragon, "but now he was
its mortal enemy, stumping the on Sinai Board
county apparently only coin-
Eight Detroiters have been
cidentally to win an office, proposed for five-year posts on
since his dedication was to the board of trustees of Sinai
destroy a dragon . . . He did Hospital, it is announced this
indeed destroy the Ku Klux week by George M. Stutz, .chair-
Klan, as one veteran Klansmen man of the nominating com-
expressed it: Turn • it, if we mittee.
can't beat a handful of school:
They are Samuel Frank, Har-
teachers and editors and Sun- vey H. Goldman, Benjamin E.
day-school superintendents, how Jaffe, Jack 0. Lefton, Milton M.
in hell can we hope to beat a Maddin, Abe Shiffman, Hugo
whole race of niggers and Slotkin and Bert L. Smokier.
catholics and jews?' "
Elections will take place at
Penologists and criminolo- the combined annual meeting of
gists will find interesting mate- Sinai Hospital and North .End
rial for their studies in this Clinic, to be held Nov. 24, in
splendid sociological novel the Aaron DeRoy Theater of
the main Jewish Center.
Additional nominations may
be made by petition of 50
members of the community,
prior to Nov. 14.



Prof. Kraeling
Next WSU Field
Speaker, Nov. 5

Syrians Penetrate Israel's Huleh Area

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—An Israel
border police officer was seri-
ously wounded when his unit
sought to reinforce a group of
Israeli field workers pinned
Prof. Carl H. Kraeling, direc- down by Syrian gunfire in a
tor of the Oriental Institute of new attack on Huleh reclama-
the University of Chicago, will tion work.
deliver an illustrated lecture on
Syrian troops, penetrating
the subject "Temple, Church
and Synagogue at Duro-Euro- deeply into Israel territory,
pos", next Thursday evening, in opened fire on two tractors and
the Community Arts Auditori- their drivers. The border police
um, Ferry and Second. It will unit came under extremely
be another of the lectures in
the Walter and Lea Field Se- 2nd Jew Certain to Be
mitics Series
Mayor of Johannesburg
of Wayne State
Deputy Mayor Alec Gorshel, a
Dr. Kraeling
prominent member of the Jew-
will be intro-
ish community here, is expected
duced by the
to succeed the present Jewish
Rt. Rev. Msgr.
mayor of Johannesburg, Ian
Carroll F.
Maltz, following next month's
Deady, of the
mayoral election here. The
Catholic Arch-
Johannesburg City Council will
diocese of De-
nominate Gorshel for the post.
, troit.
Gorshel's election is consid-
A leading Prof. Kraeling
ered certain as minority groups
authority on Hellenistic archae-
are unlikely to propose a rival
ology, Prof. Kraeling had been
candidate. Both Mayor Maltz
commissioned to publish the re-
and Deputy Mayor Gorshel have
sults of the famous excavations won the respect of all sections
in Duro-Europos, on the Eu- of Johannesburg for their civic
phrates, which throws light on work.
early synagogue and church art
and show their inter-relation-
New Jersey Hillel Day

The Dttro-Europos excavations
were conducted jointly by Yale
University and the French
Academy of Inscriptions and
Letters. Prof. Kraeling was
charged with the mission of pub-
lishing and evaluating the re-
sults of these discoveries.

School Hit by Explosion

Academy, a year-old, one-story
day school, was rocked by an
explosion Wednesday, which
was attributed to too much oil
collected in the oil burner. Only
15 of 100 nursery, kindergarten
and grade school children were
In 1956 he published the final in the building. No one was
definitive volume on the sub- injured.

In his lecture here he will
summarize his thesis which
throws light on the relationship
between the art of the early
church and synagogue.


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Seek Better Standards
for Israel Settlements

PARIS — A decision to join
forces with the Jewish Agency
to improve some underdevel-
oped settlements in Israel was
approved Tuesday by the coun-
cil of administration of the Jew-
ish Colonization Association.
The goal of the program, ac-
cording to Sir Henry D. Gold-
smid, JCA president, who pre-
sided, is to bring the settlements
up to a standard which will per-
mit normal progress. The pro-
gram will embrace 20 to 25
settlements and will cost
15,000,000 Israel pounds.

heavy fire. The wounded officer
was extricated only after smoke
screens were used to cover his
The area became quiet to-
ward nightfall. The Syrians im-
posed a blackout on all villages
facing the Israel border in ap-
parent fear of Israel retalia-
tions. The affected area had
been prepared two days previ-
ously by Jewish National Fund
workers for agricultural cultiva-
tion. Field work was resumed
the next day in the area.




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became a psychiatrist, David, the Socialist, is
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