Leo Schwarz to Kick Off Book Fair
Administrators, school board
One dozen distinguished authors I sponsored by the Detroit -Chapter will feature two panel discussions.
and lecturers are scheduled to of the American Jewish Congress, The first, cosponsored by the De- and faculty members from all
speak at the Jewish Center's 14th Halpern will speak in Shiffman troit American Jewish Committee, segments of Jewish and Hebrew
will include as panelists Wayne schools in and around Detroit will
annual Book Fair opening Satur- Hall.
day night and continuing through
Featured on Monday, at 8:15 County Circuit Court Judge Benj- participate in the closing program
p.m., will be the director of the amin Burdick and Detroit at- of Book Fair Nov. 21. The theme
In addition to the speakers, many Hebrew Institute at New York torneys Avern Cohn, Norman of this, the Metropolitan Detroit
of whom will be available to auto- University, Abraham I. Katsh. His Katz and Milton J. Miller, presi- Jewish Education Conference, is
graph copies of their books for lecture, "The Spiritual Impact of dent of the Jewish Center, in a "Co-curricular a n d Enrichment
Israel," is being cosponsored by discussion of t h e "Emerging Reading Material for the Jewish
Political Involvement of Jews in Schools." The program is being co-
the Jewish National Fund.
the American Democratic Process" sponsored by the United Hebrew
Schools of Detroit.
8:15 p.m. in Shiffman Hall.
at 10, Dr. Hanna
In addition to the lectures and
The second panel, cosponsored
Eren, public re-
by the Center's Jewish Parents' In- panels described above, thousands
stitute, will discuss "Contemporary of books will be on display and
of ORT - Israel,
will speak at a
American Jewish Novelists" 8:15 for sale daily.
Books published in Israel, about
p.m. in Room 202.
of ORT executive
I. L. Peretz will again be feat- 1,000 titles, from most of Israel's
ured Nov. 20, as the Book Fair's publishers, will be displayed under
and the ORT
Yiddish-Hebrew Committee marks the sponsorship of the Jewish Na-
The Jewish Center's 14th an,•
the 50th anniversary of Peretz' tional Fund and Kvutza Ivrit. The
board in Room
death with a discussion, in Yid- books are provided by Sifrei Is- nual Jewish Book Fair got a big
boost this week on the shopping
dish, of Peretz and the modern rael, Inc.
Fair visitors, there will be several 384. She will be
Wets- Jew, by poet-novelist Chaim Grade.
bags of Dexter-Davison Markets.
panel discussions and seminars on
The exhibit will feature a dis-
man, Michigan Region president. Also on the same program will
The Book Fair bags will be used
subjects of current interest.
play of just about every branch
at all Dexter-Davison Markets
A recognized authority on com- be Cantor Orbach and pianist Bella of publishing — fiction, history,
Following is a rundown of events
through the end of the Fair Nov.
munity relations, Jewish affairs, Goldberg in renditions of Peretz'
for the coming week:
21. They are being supplied
community relations and prejudice songs and the performance of a
archeological, scientific a n d
Noted author, editor, teacher and group identification, Manheim
through the courtesy and cooper-
Peretz playlet, "If Not Higher" by
and lecturer Leo W. Schwarz
ation of Norman Kottler (cen.
S. Shapiro, will_discuss "Jews in a children from Detroit's Yiddish
will open the Book Fair 8:30 p.m.
ter) of Dexter-Davison, and De-
Complex Society" 8:15 p.m., Tues- schools.
Saturday with his talk on "The day in Shiffman Hall. Director of
troit Allied Paper Co. With Kott-
for the first time in the U.S.
Also the evening of the 20th
Jewish Image in American -Fic- the national Jewish communal
ler is shopper Mrs. Irving H.
tion" in Shiffman Hall. Many of affairs department of the American
Rogovin (left) and Book Fair
Schwarz' recent books, including Jewish Committee, Shapiro will ap-
publicity chairman Mrs. Sidney
hibit at substantially reduced
the new 30th anniversary edition pear at Book Fair under the co- a seminar on "The History of the
Jewish Welfare Federation of prices, effective only during the
of his anthology "The Jewish sponsorship of the Detroit Section,
period of the exhibit.
Cara -- an," will be on display and National Council of Jewish Detroit" in Room 202.
Want ads get quick results!
for sale at the Fair, as will near- Women.
ly 7,000 other volumes of Jewish
The second of this season's
IF YOU TURN THE
and general interest.
Center Symphony Orchestra con-
Arnold Perl's "Tevya and His
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certs will be performed in con-
Daughters" will be performed by junction with Book Fair 8:30
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
the Center Theater 8 p.m. Satur- p.m. Tuesday in the Aaron De-
Annie Kavafian, violinist, and turian's Violin Concerto; and Miss
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
day and Sunday in the Aarcin De- Roy Theater. Directed by Julius
Rita Sloan, pianist, winners of Sloan, Chopin's Polonaise Bril-
Chajes, the orchestra will have
the first competition for violin lante Op. 22. The program will
Sundays, Nov. 14 and 21, have
as guest soloists the winners of and piano sponsored by the Friends open with Beethoven's Symphony
been designated children's days
the Center's 1965 Piano and of the Center Symphony Orches- No. 1. Tickets are available at the
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
at Book Fair and will feature
Violin Competition, Rita Sloan
tra, will be presented as soloists Center.
performances of ••Cr"Dee Celebrates
and Annie Kavafian. (See story).
with the Center Symphony Orches-
the Holi_ ays," an original puppet
Rabbi Morris Adler of Cong. tra 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish
show by the Mildred Berry Pup- Shaarey Zedek, Israeli educator Center. Julius Chajes will conduct.
pets. Pui-_, p.ft shows, at a small Asher Tarmon and Monteith Col-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bean and Mr.
charge, are scheduled for 2 and 3 lege (WSU) student Marcia Segall and Mrs. Milton J. Miller are
p.m. in the _\.al- ori DeRoy Theater. will be panelists for a discussion donors of this year's cash awards.
Each pupf et show will be followed on Jewish heritage 8:15 p.m. Wed-
According to Mrs. Bean and
by stc, ry telling and reading for nesday in the Aaron DeRoy
Mrs. Richard Kamil, co-chair-
children by Detroit authoress Theater. The panel is being co-
men of the newly reorganized
Mart- , Mar2nof in the Center's sponsored by Detroit Bnai Birth.
Women's Committee of the
Henr; Meyers ,:vlemorial Library.
A discussion and demonstration
Friends group, a reception will
There no admission charge.
of "Contemporary Music of the
be held in honor of the soloists
The life and work of Yiddish Synagogue" will also be featured
after the concert.
author and poet I. L. Peretz Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in Room
Miss Sloan, Russian-born pianist
will be discusse•i.i 2:30 p.m. Sun- 384. Demonstrations and corn- of Polish parentage, began her
. day in Room 384 by Peretz au- mentary will be by Cantor Harold piano studies at age '7 with Julius
thoi ity Ephrahn Shmueli. Co- Orbach of Temple Israel. Admis- Chajes at the Jewish Center Music
sponsored by the Center's Kvutza sion charge,
PORTABLE STEAM BATH
School, where she was a scholar-
it Hebrew cultural gran p,
ship student 11 years.
Shmaeli ill speak in Hebrew. attorney, Wash-
She has won many awards in the
area and performed with the Cen-
Also on Sunuay, at 8:15 p.m., an and author of
ter Symphony Orchestra on numer-
Ben Ha•pern, associate professor "River of Wond-
o u s occasions,
of Near Eastern and Judaic stu- ers — Stories of
the Wayne State
dies at Brandeis University, will the Nile," Miriam
University 0 r -
discuss "Two Jews — Three Selker Dodek will
chestra and the
* Folds to 5"
Opinions: What Common Values discuss her works
for Jews Around the World?" Co- and her travels
* Lightweight 15 lbs
phony. In 1964
she was winner
8:30 p.m. Wed- Mrs. Dodek
* No plumbing nec.
of the Pro-Moz-
Israelis Win U.S. Grants nesday in Room 272. Mrs. Dodek's
* Use anywhere,
NEW -y ORK (JTA) — Two Is-
raeli scientists of the Weizmann by the Oakland Hills Chapter of
her to study in
Institute have been granted
At 2 p.m. Thursday in Shiff-
Eleanor Roosevelt International
man Hall, Detroit Pioneer Wom-
Cancer Fellowships by the Amer-
Sloan is studying
ican Cancer Society. They are Dr.
under a scholar-
Emanuel Mark on the "New
Marian Fogel, who will work at
ship at the Jui
the University of Pennsylvania's
llard School of
medical school in Philadelphia;
ucator and radio
and Dr. Sidney Mirvish, who will
Miss Kavafian, born in Istanbul,
commentator, came to Detroit in 1956. In 1962
work at the University of Wiscon-
Mrs. S. Gershon she made musical history in Inter-
sin in Madison.
Levi, an author- lochen, when she won the concerts
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i t y on Jewish award, both as a violinist and as
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12—Friday, November 12, 1965
cultural activity a pianist.
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and home life,
An award winner many times,
MUSCULAR STRAINS • STIFF AND SWOLLEN JOINTS • TIRED
will discuss her Miss Kavafian was the winner last
FEET • ACHING BONES AND TENSION
works 8:15 p.m. spring of the student auditions of
Thursday in room the National Federation of Music
384. She is be- Clubs and performed at the Na-
ATOMIC STEAM CO.
ing cosponsored tional. Convention in Miami. At
by the Windsor present she is a student of Mischa
Mrs. - Levi Jewish Center.
That same evening, Book Fair
Miss Kavafian will play Khacha-
It's on the Bag
2 Young Musicians to Solo Tuesday
With Center Symphony Orchestra
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