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October 19, 1962 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-19

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11th

The 11th Annual Jewish Book
Fair and Arts Festival has been
planned to have appeal for all
tastes in all age groups, accord-
ing to Mrs. Arthur Rice, chair-
man of the event.
The Fair will be held Nov.
3-20 at the Jewish Center, 18100
Meyers.
There will be special pro-
grams for children and the
Teme Skully Literary and
Poster Contests for young
people will begin with the open-
ing of the Fair.

The lecture will include musical
renditions.
Moishe Haar will discuss "Is
Persecution Necessary for Jew-
ish Survival?" 8:30 p.m. Nov.
18. His lecture will follow the
movie "Ghetto Terezin."

"What's Modern About Modern
Dance" at 8:30 p.m. Nov, 15.
A workshop for parents on
"Selecting Books for Young
Children" will be conducted by
Mrs. Martha Marenof, author
of several texts, 3 p.m. Nov. 18.

Also at 8:30 p.m. Nov. 18,
the Kvutzah Ivrith will pre-
sent Gershon Mangel, an ex-
change t e a c h e r froth Israel
now instructing in the United
Hebrew Schools. He will
speak in Hebrew on "Bialik,"
in observance of his 90th
birthday.

Special story-telling hours
for kindergartners and the
early elementary grades, 1-3,
will be featured on two suc-
cessive Sundays during the
Fair. Mrs. Bertha Jenkinson,
children's librarian at the
Oak Park Library, will tell
stories 2-4 p.m. Nov. 4. Mrs.
Reva Mirsky, author of "31
Brothers and Sisters," "Seven
Grandmothers" and "Beetho-
ven and Mozart"—all three
books written especially for
children—will tell stories 1-3
p.m. Nov. 11.

Isaac Finkelstein, attorney
and lecturer, will speak on
"Jewish Humor Through t h e
Ages" at a luncheon Nov. 20
sponsored by the Older Adult
Division.
Children's Omnibus will pre-
sent two showings of "Drums
Along the Mohawk" on Nov.
4. A Teen Division program,
"The Right to Be Different,"
will be presented 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 10. It will include a col-
lection of sketches on the his-
tory of Judaism.
Two performances of "The
Teeny-Tiny Lady Goes to Bible-
land," another Children's Omni-
bus program, will be presented
at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Nov. 18.
MRS. MORRIS FRIEDMAN
The same afternoon will fea-
Mrs. Morris Friedman and ture Israeli folk dances by the
Morris Nobel as co-chairmen of Haverim Dancers and Harriet
the Hebrew-Yiddish Cominittee, Berg. She will lecture on
representing t h e Landsman-
schaften, the Workmen's Circle,
Farband-Labor Zionist Organi-
zation and the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute.

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"A" are for 16-18-year-olds.
Contests "B" are for 12-15-year-
olds. Cash prizes will be
awarded and winning ideas may
be used in future fairs. A Jun-
ior Poster Contest will also be
held for 8-11-year-olds, with a
prize for each school. Entry
blanks, contest rules and the
list of prizes are available at
the Jewish Center.

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than 30,000 different firms are
suppliers to the automobile
manufacturers.

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Holland suede, tiger sharkskin,
shell cordovan, Wuzacaf, liz-
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Priced from $1.50 to $7.50.
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Ideas for literary and poster
entries for the Teme Skully
Literary and Poster Contests
can be obtained at the Fair.
Students attending a Hebrew
or Sunday school are to submit
entries to their own school di-
rectors before Jan. 31, 1963.
Five winners in each category,
from each school, will be en-
tered in the city-wide competi-
tion.
Those who do not attend a
Hebrew or Sunday school are
to submit entries directly to
the Jewish Center.
Literary and Poster contests

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presented 8:30 p.m. Nov. 5 in
observance of Yehoash's 35th
yahrtzeit. Yehoash was the
translator of the Bible into
Yiddish and himself was a not-
able Hebrew and Yiddish poet.
Hebrew and Yiddish readings
will be given by Moishe Haar,
director and principal of the
Sholem Aleichem Institute;
Movsas Goldaftas, principal of
the Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-
Yiddish Shule; Morris Becker,
faculty member of the Sholem
Aleichem Institute; and Morris
Nobel, principal of the United
Hebrew Schools Oak Par k
Branch.

Mordecai Teiler, director of
the Workmen's Circle Shule,
will speak in Yiddish on "The
Quintessence of Sholem Alei-
chem's Humor" 1 p.m. Nov. 6.
This program will be co-
sponsored by the Older Adult
Division of the Jewish
Center.
A Yiddish movie based on
Sholem Aleichem will be shown

3 p.m. Nov. 6. It is entitled
"Tevya."
Morris Becker will speak in
Yiddish on "A Survey of Yid-
dish Poets and Poetry" 1 p.m.
Nov. 13. "Hebrew Poetry
Smuggled Out of the USSR"
will be discussed by Prof. S.
Marenof, dean of the Midrasha,
8:30 p.m. Nov. 13. Y. Mark of
the Committee for the Yiddish
Schools in New York City will
speak on "Yiddish Through
Generations" 8:30 p.m. Nov. 17.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, O ctob er 19, 1962

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Annual Jewish Book Fair and Arts Festival Will
Appeal to All Ages, Tastes; Feature Contest for Kids

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