Organizations Bach Jewish Book _Festival
A number of community or- speak at 1 p.m. on "The Com-
day My Father Died," is a worthy
ganizations have arranged spe- mon Roots of Greatness," based Detroit Poet
And the poem, "Mine Is the
tribute to the man who was so Blood," all in capital letters,
cial programs to be presented on the lives of Marcus and Hen-
well known in this community. which concludes with:
in conjunction with the annual rietta Szold.
Then there is her impressive, I AM THE FIGHTER, THE
Jewish Book Fair.
The afternoon session will
"You Let All Trains Go
SETTLER, THE WANDERER,
Jacob B arm or e, newly-ap- culminate Detroit Hadassah's Book at Fair
Through," and impassioned out- I AM
THE STUDENT, THE
pointed Consul General of Israel membership drive, under the
cry against injustice, in which
SEER, THE FOOL,
direction of Mrs. Ivan Meis- on Sunday, a Detroit poet who she declares:
I AM THE BLOOD OF THE
will be tend-r
ner, vice-president of mem- has won acclaim for her first Selfish stones,
ered a special
bership, and Mrs. Sol Hoff- book of poems will be on hand Beg God to be merciful to you, I AM
THE MYSTERY THEY
man, membership chairman. to autograph the small but As you were merciful
CALL A JEW.
The chairman of the day is very impressive volume for When you let all trains go
"Only Cold Cold Fire" is a fine
Mrs. Sidney L. Brand. Mrs. purchasers.
achievement by a very sensitive
at the Jewish .
Meisner will grant awards to
groups and individuals for writes under her maiden name When you let all children die, poet whose autograph on Sunday
at the Book Fair will please
high enrollment. A mystery of Conny Schaflander, already At Treblinka.
week-end vacation is among has received so many com-
the prizes. New members and mendations for her work that
4 •H- 0NEtALL WILL SAVE YOU
their sponsors will be lunch- she has encouragement that a
eon guests of the Chapter.
The public is invited to at- which she is now working, is
Council of De-
tend the sessions, according to certain of a publisher.
troit. He will
Dorrance & Co., Philadelphia,
President Mrs. Max L. Lichter.
her "Only Cold Cold
The South Oakland County published
Fire" which has so many quali-
i n g situation Barmore
Chapter of Hadassah education ties that
it is difficult to select
PONTIAa,i iMICHIGAN .
facing Israel as a result of re- a n d membership committees
any special poems for partic-
cent developments in the Middle will sponsor an "Evening of ular
DODGE . DART
Jewish Folklore" to culminate
She is the daughter of Nell
Barmore previously served
Schaflander and the late Sam-
with the Embassy of Israel in
THE HOUSE SERVICE IS BUILDING
Buenos Aires and prior to that 8:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Jewish moving piece in her book, "To-
Center. Husband and wives are
with the Israel Legation in War- invited.
saw. He now has consular juris-
Rabbi Irwin Groner of
diction over 13 mid-western and
southern states. Among other Cong. Shaarey Zedek will re-
government posts he has held late anecdotes which will
was that of secretary general of trace the development of
the Israel Ministry of Food and Jewish humor. Dramatist
Evelyn Orbach, wife of Tem-
ple Israel's Cantor Harold
The free program will in- Orbach and known profes-
clude a concert of Israeli and sionally as Evelyn Summers
Yiddish music by the Zamarim, to radio listeners, will give
a vocal and instrument group. interpretations of Jewish folk
A social hour will follow, ac- music and will illustrate hu-
cording to Rabbi Leon Fram, morous Jewish characters
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF to visit our new CARPET
CENTER SHOWROOM conveniently located on Eight
chairman' of the Zionist Coun- from books and plays.
Mile between Evergreen and Lahser—just 3 min utes
Milton Himmelfarb, a con-
from Northland There, you'll see thousands o f full rolls
The Detroit Chapter of Ha- tributing editor of "Commen-
on display—in every imaginable texture, fiber and color
dassah will open its member- tary" and director of the Jewish
—all at savings of 30 % to 70% . It's the world's largest
display o f carpeting under one roof. DON'T
ship and education all-day ses- InfOrma-
sion with a discussion by Rabbi tion Service
Richard C. Hertz of Temple of the Ameri-
Beth El and Prof. E. Burrows can Jewish
will be guest
lecturer at the
Fair 8 p.m.
Monday at the
ern Cohn, De- Himmelfarb
troit chapter chairman of the
American Jewish Committee.
Himmelfarb will speak on "The
Jewish Intellectual and T h e
Smith of Wayne State Univer- Jewish Community." •
sity: 10 a.m. Tuesday at the
Leo .Pfeffer, author and lec-
Jewish Center. Their topic will turer, general counsel • of the
be "Great Decisions—How They American Jewish Congress and
Concern Us, Israel • and the
World." Smith is assistant to
tor of the
the Vice-President for Aca-
demic Administration at Wayne
on Law and
Mrs. Abe Zitomer, vice-presi-
i 1 I be the
dent of education, is assisted by
the following group education
speaker in a
heads in preparing the pro-
,program c o -
gram: Mesdames Ida Colten,
sponsored b y
Business and Professional; Mar-
t h e Michigan
WE ALWAYS. HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE!
tin Miller, Bagley North; Meyer
: ;Council of the
Stoun, Bagley South; Wallace
Congress a n d
Kinzer, Evergreen; Milton Le-
vine, Greenfield; Merle Weiss,
Livonia; Al Colman, Meyers;
Fair 8:30 p.m.
Milton Johnson, Schaefer; Sam-
uel Aaron, - Sherwood; Albert
Shulman, University East; Nor-
man Snyder, University North;
topic will be
Philip Blaize, University South;
and Gary Medvin, Eleanor Prophetic Tradition
Rights." Pfeffer is author of sev-
A subscription luncheon will eral books, including "Church,
be held: at noon. Reservations State and Freedom," "The Lib-
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bet. Evergreen &
nr. Middle Sett Rd.
bet. Shoenharr & M-97 across from Southgate
Hadassah Office, BR 3-5441.
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Phone: PR 8-1111
"The Honorable Court," soon
New! "Carpet City" Store
Edward 0. "Ted" Berkman, to be released. He was visiting
journalist and author of the bi- professor last year at Yeshiva
ography of Mickey Marcus, University. The public is invited
"Cast A Giant Shadow," will to the lecture, free of charge.
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