THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS—Friday, November 20, 1959-6
Second Israeli Vessel in Detroit Brings ...
Wine Shipment Direct from Rishon L'Zio
C. E. Feinberg Enriches Yeshiva U.
► Collection of Whitman Manuscripts
Charles E. Feinberg, Detroit School of Education, and then
In all probability, the next
businessman and Walt Whitman made a special trip to Detroit
bottle of Carmel Wine you get
authority; has given Yeshiva to see Feinberg's personal col-
will have come to Detroit direct
University's Whitman collection lection.
The annual dinner of the De-
30 additional volumes and folios
The first shipment of Israeli-
of the poet's important work. troit community in behalf of
made wine to come right from
Feinberg, who started the Yeshiva University is sched-
Rishon L'Zion, the f a m o u s
university's collection in New uled for January at the Latin
grape -growing, wine -producing
York last spring, was com- Quarter.
settlement in the Jewish state,
mended by Dr. Benjamin Fine,
arrived in Detroit this week.
Dean of the Graduate School Denver Breaks Ground
Crewmen aboard the MS Da-
of Education. The school's li-
gan, Israeli vessel assigned to
brary houses the growing Whit- for Roosevelt Institute
the Zim Lines fleet, spent sev-
man Collection, which now has
eral hours unloading cases of
75 volumes and folios — some for the Eleanor Roosevelt Insti-
the wine last Monday at the
signed by the poet, and sev- tute for Cancer Research at the
Detroit Harbor Terminal. at the me
eral rare and limited editions. American Medical Center w9re
foot of Clark.
"Both the American and the held this week in Denver, Colo.
The Dagan was the second
Jewish community are fortunate
Arthur S. Fleming, Secretary
Israeli ship to reach Detroit
in having a man of scholarly
through the St. Lawrence Sea-
achievement who shares both of Health, Welfare and Educa-
way. The first vessel, the MS
his knowledge and the treasured tion, was the principal speaker,
Tamar, arrived earlier this year
volumes of his personal col- and participating in the cere-
with a shipload of glass for the
lections," Dr. Fine said. Fein- monies were Cong. James Roose-
berg lectured on Whitman this velt; Elliott Roosevelt and his
The Dagan's cargo was con-
past summer at the Yeshiva daughter, Laurie; Colorado Sen.
signed to Abraham Sharp, of
Graduate School of Education Gordon All o tt and Denver
Mayor Richard Batterton.
National Wholesale Grocers Co.,
in New York.
and is currently being distrib-
Among the recently donated
uted to dealers throughout the
volumes is a special edition of Classified ads bring fast results!
Whitman's long --poem written
The shipment included eight
on Lincoln's death, "When
varieties of the popular Israeli
Lilacs Last' in the Dooryard
wine and champagne. Future
Bloomed." Ten signed copies
consignments of "direct from
of Whitman volumes also were
Israel" merchandise will have
received, along with a limited
quantities of candles and can-
edition of a 10-volume _complete
dies also produced in the Jew-
ish state, Sharp said.
Since Feinberg's • initial gift,
Although Sharp has been
Designer and Manufacturer of
students have been visiting the
handling Israeli products for
Graduate School of Education
several years, this is the first
the Jewelry Industry
time a cargo has been sent to SHARP, BURT HEIMANN, captain of the Dagan; and GAD Manhattan. One University of
him directly by boat. Previously,
Minnesota student interested in
35 W. GRAND RIVER
shipments came from New sale Grocers Co., received a shipment of wine direct from Whitman read about the col-
lection, visited the Graduate
The Dagan, which left for4'
Chicago before returning to its
home port, also was carrying
People Are Saying ...
shipments of plywood, glass,
"It is urgent for the peace gram on "Youth, Law and the
insulation board, canned fruits and welfare of Detroit's citizens Community," Nov. 30, at Rack-
and candies, consigned to other that groups are not divided ham Memorial Bldg.
is giving• the best deal
against each other as a result
Giving the afternoon talk will
on the "ALL NEW"
of misguided attempts to place be Dr. William W. Wattenberg,
U.S. Concerned Over the 'blame' for juvenile delin- professor of educational psy-
quency," a group of 54 commu- chology at Wayne State Univer-
Rosenthal's Ousting nity
agencies declared in a sity. Dr. Harold A. Lett, con-
Grave concern was expressed statement on civic responsibil- sultant on community relations
in Washington over the ousting ity for efforts to deal with juve- with the National Conference of
from Poland of New York Times nile misbehavior, crime and vi- Christians and Jews, will speak
correspondent A. M. Rosenthal. olence, made public by the Co- at the evening meeting.
The reason given for the ex- ordinating Council on Human
Among the evening panelists
pulsion of the correspondent Relations.
12240 Jos. Compau
are Judge Nathan Kaufman of
who covered the Polish scene
near as your phone
for his paper since June 1958
on all models
Res. LI 8-4119
was that he "probed too deeply" in connection with the planning Waltman, editor of the Michi-
into Poland's internal affairs. of a city-wide educational pro- gan Chronicle.
Judge Kaufman to Address CCHR
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of New Orleans
YoU, Your Family and Friends
are invited to hear
PRESIDENT OF B'NAI B'RITH
RALLY OF B'NAI B'RITH MEMBERS
BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE
WYOMING at THATCHER
METROPOLITAN DETROIT B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL
METROPOLITAN DETROIT B`NAI B'RITH WOMEN'S COUNCIL
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