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September 13, 1963 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-13

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Edward Lewis Wallant ac- which the author had expressed
quired fame in his brief career his innermost feelings on many
for several novels and short subjects. For example, one of
stories. "The Pawnbroker" was the characters, Sugarman, who
one of the has a poetic soul, speaks about
great novels
survival and soothes Norman:
of 1961. He
"I see people in transit. I. see
was one of
them sleeping, I see them doing
the speakers
nothing, I see them, as it were,
at the Book
between living, and so I know.
Fair of the
I saw tonight, two Chassidim
making love to their books and
Detroit Jewish
wrapped in their ridiculous
Center in 1962
clothes, carrying their own
and less than
stupid lunches with them—like
a month there-
men in space suits. And I saw a
after he died
young Negro showgirl going to
at the age of
Wallant
Bridgeport to sing in a crappy
36.
Published posthumously by little club up there and wear-
Harcourt. Brace and World in a certain smile that was left
(75'7 Third, NY17) is another on from when her brother
great novel that lends glory to brought her sandwiches to take
the brilliant writer. It is "The along and who was also a
Tenants of Moonbloom." clown and made faces at her
It is a story about Norman from the platform . . ."
In this fashion, Wallant's
Moonbloom who is an agent
for his brother who is the writing contains both humor
owner of four Manhattan tene- and pathos, deals with many
elements in the metropolitan
ment houses.
Setting out to fix things, to community and is in many re-
get things in order, Norman spects a study of people and
meets up with many characters. their environment in this age
There is a Nazi, and there are of differences which can and
Hassidim; there are Jews and are being bridged. Wallant per-
Christians, white and black formed brilliantly in his de-
people. lineations of an impressive area
It is a powerful novel in in a significant era.

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9 States Ignore
Court Ruling on
Bible in Schools

A BIT OF New York is the
Stage Delicatessen of Oak Park
... Harriet and Jack Goldberg's
"baby" has become a mecca for
celebrities, with its caricaturist
ala Greenwich Village, famed
N.Y. soft drinks, hot dogs cooked
and served the Nathans of Coney
Island way, and all-around at-
mosphere of show biz, including
the billboards, posters and real-
life pictures . . . When Myrna
Loy arrived in Detroit to appear
at Northland Playhouse recently,
she was taken directly to the
Stage by PR man Sam Arnold
and for the first time in her
life, ate matzoh ball soup . . .
The fine lady of filmland had
never ordered it before, but dur-
ing her appearance here, matzoh
ball soup at the Stage became
her favorite dish! . . . Harriet
and Jack have done a fine job
in keeping up the atmospheric
tradition of the name, and the
food is mighty good too!
FROM LOS ANGELES, Paul-
ine Eisner, visiting with hubby
Phil, noticed a shop sign, "Rosa-
lie Eisner" ... They went in to
investigate and discovered her
to be a long lost cousin of Phil
. . . Detroiters everywhere they
went . . . Morris and Bertha
Yaras and Manny and Mary
Silverman in Culver City . . .
Helen and Avery Cohn in Pas-
edena.
MAIN OBJECTIVE this year
of Suburban Bnai Brith, is to
get every suburbanite to join
Bnai Brith .. . The group holds
its annual free cocktail party
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Sept.
14, for members and guests,
with dancing to Hal Gordon and
orchestra . . . Morton Metzer is
president and Ted Friedman,
program chairman of Suburban
years ago with 60 members and
today has 180.
SIDNEY SILVERNLaiN of
Practical Home Builders, as
president of the 35th Division
Association, is sending letters
to attend the dedication of its
35th Division Memorial Room,
Sept. 17, at the Harry S. Truman
Library in Independence, Mo....
Also on to Little Rock, Ark. and
the 46th annual reunion of the
35th Division.
SEEING SIGNS .. . by Ralph
Gruber . . . in Salem, Oregon,
where a radio station has erected
a signboard off a main highway
informing homeward-bound mo-
torists, "While you were away
we spent many pleasant hours
with your wife."
DATE TO REMEMBER . . . is
the Carnival by Association of
Parents and Friends of the
Wayne County Training School,
Sept. 22, at the school in North-
ville, Mich. . . . Robert Kaplan
is in charge of food, Evelyn
Bider head of tickets and Al
Priebe obtaining booths and
prizes . . . Pearl Kaplan is in
charge of the White Elephant
Booth for which any saleable
items, edible or otherwise, are
still being solicited . . . Contact
Pearl at DI 1-2413 . . . Martin
Horowitz is president of the
very wonderful association.
HARRY RASKIN AT the Pow
Wow Bar, still has fight stories
from his ring days that are as
fresh as a pie in the oven . . .
He recalls a fighter named Mc-
Guire, the terror of his district,
who was overmatched in a bout
with the middleweight champ,
and was knocked cold in the
third round after taking a ter-
rific beating . . . Corning to fi-
nally in his dressing room, Mc-
Guire fastened a baleful eye on

Lebanon Cools
on Arab League
Boycott of Israel

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Schools
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
in at least nine states were dis-
closed this week to be retaining first significant internal breach
daily Bible readings despite in the Arab anti-Israel boycott
rulings of the U. S. Supreme wall was reported here from
Court outlawing such exercises Beirut where, Lebanon informed
in all public schools. the Arab League Secretariat, it
An example was the situation opposed a planned conference
in Hawthorne, N.J., where the in Lebanon of heads of the boy-
Board of Education ordered theicott offices of the various Arab
town's six schools to continue countries.
Bible reading and prayer reci-
An official communique cited
tation observances. At the time "internal Lebanese and inter-
of the June 1962 ruling, 11 Arab problems" as the reason
states—besides Pennsylvania— for Lebanon's stand. It was re-
had laws requiring such exer ported here that economic
cises. Maine, New Jersey and sources in Lebanon have, for
Massachusetts officials said they some time, contended that the
would drop the requirement but boycott was hurting Lebanon
New Jersey officials indicated and the other Arab countries
they would withhold action on more than it was damaging
the Hawthorne defiance. Israel.
Resistance to the Supreme
Court rulings is particularly
strong in the south, site of most
of the states ignoring the ban.
They include Alabama, Dela-
ware, Arkansas, Tennessee,
NEW • UNIQUE • ELEGANT
Georgia, South Carolina and
Florida. The last four of these
states have indicated a hands-
off policy and presumably the
practices will continue in
schools in those states. Idaho
and Kentucky are awaiting
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47 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, S ept. 13, 1963

Posthumous Wallant Novel

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