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May 15, 1964 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-15

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'Anti the Desert Shall Bloom. . .

Typical construction scene in Israel as seen through the windows
of a building shed presented by Rassco-Rural and Suburban Settle-
ment Company at the American-Israel World's Fair Pavilion.

Israel Pavilion Broadcasts

ZOA's Fair Exhibit
Depicts Evolution
of the Jewish State

An exhibit illustrating the stages
of evolution of the Jewish State
from illegal immigration, through
the war years, in the United Na-
tions and the rebuilding of the
Jewish Commonwealth is one of
the principal features of the
American-Israel Pavilion at the
New York World's Fair.
Through the use of seven panels
of historical photographs, the Zion-
ist Organization of America de-
picts in the panel "Exodus", the
illegal immigration which was
brought into Israel under tremen-
dous odds; followed by the panel
"Struggle" which provides the im-
pact of the war for Israel's inde-
pendence; in turn, Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver and Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
past Presidents of the ZOA, are
shown in their memorable appear-
ance at the United Nations in the
panel "Decision", stating the Jew-
ish case; David Ben-Gurion is seen
reading the Proclamation of Is-
rael's Independence in the panel
"Statehood"; the panel "Ingather-
ing" brings the pictures of the
Yemen "Magic Carpet" and Haifa
receiving aliyah from many coun-
tries; the panels "Reconstruction"
and "Celebration" depict Israel's
upbuilding; the Israel Army on
parade, the ZOA House in action,
the building of roads and water-
works.

megacycles AM and 97.9 FM, the
station will be on the air with New
York World's Fair coverage for a
total of 3 1/2 hours daily Monday
through Friday.
"Raisins and Almonds" will be a
daily disc jockey program conduct-
ed by Art Raymond from 3 to 4:30
p.m. in English. Other broadcasts
will feature interviews and Fair
events in English, Yiddish and He-
brew. The programs will be con-
ducted throughout the duration of
Joseph E. Levine's "The Carpet-
the Fair and will originate live
from WEVD's studio at the Ameri- baggers" has outgrossed every pic-
can-Israel Pavilion. Leon Gold- ture that ever played the Para-
- Joanne Greenberg's novel of stein is the program director.
mount Theater in Denver.
Jews in 12th Century England,
"The King's Persons" (Holt, Rine-
hart and Winston) received from
the National Jewish Welfare
Board Jewish Book Council of
America the $250. Harry and Ethel
Daroff Memorial Fiction Award
as the outstanding English-lan-
guage work of fiction of Jewish
interest published in the United
States during 1963.
The Frank and Ethel S. Cohen
Award, a prize of $250 for the
best book on Jewish thought went
to Dr. Ben Zion Bokser, of the
Forest Hills Jewish Center, for
"Judaism: Profile of a Faith,"
Burning Bush Press and Alfred A.
Knopf, Inc., New York.
Shulamith Ish-Kishor received
the Isaac Siegel Memorial Juvenile
Award of $250 for her book "A
Boy of Old Prague" (Pantheon
Books). The Harry and Florence
Kovner Memorial Award of $100
each for Jewish poetry were pre-
sented to Dr. Arnold Band in He-
brew poetry for "Ha-Rei Boer Ba-
Esh" (Ogen and Ogdan, New York
and Jerusalem) and to A. Glanz-
Leyeless in Yiddish poetry, for
"Amerike un Ich" (Der Kval, New
York).
Rabbi Gilbert Klaperman of
Congregation Beth Shalom, Lawr-
ence, L.I., N.Y., was reelected
chairman of the Jewish Book
Council.
Fourteen libraries were cited by
the JWB Jewish Book Council for
having met the Council's stated
criteria for a Jewish library.

Daily broadcasts from the Ameri-
can-Israel World's Fair Pavilion
will be made by New York Radio
Station WEVD, it was announced
by Zechariahu Sitchin, president of
the American-Israel World's Fair
Corporation, and Norman Furman,
acting manager of Radio Station
WEVD. Broadcasting on 1330

Greenberg Novel,
Dr. Bokser's Book
Win JWB Prizes

Michigan Day Set at World's Fair

Hundreds of Michigan's citizens,
prominent in the fields of industry,
labor, business, education and gov-
ernment, will invade New York
May 18 for a day-long program
celebrating Michigan Day in New
York and at the World's Fair to
sing the praises of the Wolverine
state. Governor George Romney
will head the delegation.
Michigan Day is the opening of
the annual Michigan Week cele-
bration which proclaims the things
which make Michigan a great
state.
Michigan through its "day" in
New York intends to tell the na-
tion as a whole about Michigan's
industrial might, its financial sta-
bility, its 11,037 lakes, its count-
less miles of streams and forests,
and its longest shoreline of any
continental state, all of which help
to make it one of the nation's top
tourist attractions. Michigan, once
labelled a problem state, has solv-
ed its problems and today is now

one of the most attractive states
for new industry.
The Michigan delegation, corn-
ing by special planes, train and
car, will begin arriving in New
York May 15.
The Michigan Day program gets
off the pad at the Waldorf-Astoria
with an 8 a.m. breakfast on May
18, sponsored by New York area
alumni of Michigan State and
Wayne State Universities and the
University of Detroit.

Tribute to Chaplains
Gets $500,000 for UJA

NEW YORK (JTA) — More than
$5,000 was raised at the 1964
United Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York dinner sponsored by the
National Jewish Welfare Board as
as tribute to the Jewish military
chaplaincy. Some 300 guests were
addressed by Rabbi Herbert A.
Friedman, executive vice chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal and
a former U.S. Army chaplain dur-
ing World War II.

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HODGES DODGE, INC.

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The Appointment of

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May 24 to Mark
Salute *to Israel
at World's Fair

The blowing of the shofar, the
traditional ram's horn; 10 Israel
folk dance groups and a 420-inter-
Yeshiva children's choir will high-
light a "Salute to Israel at the
World's Fair" at 2:30 and 7 p.m.,
Sunday, May 24, at the Industrial
Common where the Avenue of
Commerce meets the Avenue of
Progress, Judge Simon H. Rifkind,
Salute to Israel chairman, has an-
nounced.
Sponsor of the program is the
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion, Inc., which was invited by
the New York World's Fair Corp.
to present the cultural program as
part of the Fair's Nationality Day
project.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 15, 1964
21

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