Jack Siegel's New Novel Poses QuestionsAbootTempted Youth
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, May 7, 1971
"The Right Time" is impressive notorious occurrences.
Jack Siegel, an executive on the retained in a unique memory of as autobiography, and it mirrors
Judge Hoffman, Kunstler, Seale, Sportsman to Get
staff of JTA and currently also
life in the current era as viewed Rubin and the other members of a
editor of Seven Arts Feature Syn-
of characters who electrified USO's Annual Award
record and to prove that he did by an able and an observant jour- cast
dicate, has writ-
the legal scene, pass in review in
PHILADELPHIA — David Zin-
not make light of an offense for
ten two novels
this account of an event that made koff, winner of many awards for
that have had
In "The Great Conspiracy Trial," legal history.
his role in sports, his sponsorship
jail sentence in Virginia and was
good sales as
The Democratic National Con- of athletic events
issued as a Random House Vintage
included in his autobiography an paperback, Jason Epstein, a Ran- vention's experiences in 1968 are in Israel and his
has authored a
article by Judith Crist. He was dom House vice president, gives related to the story as accounted organizational ef-
third which has
arrested as Harry L. Goldhurst a thorough account of the Chicago in this record of a notorious "con- forts with the fa-
been issued, like
and got his new start as Harry trial that shook the nation with its spiracy trial." —P.S. mous Harlem
the previous ones,
L. Golden, and "Only in Amer-
ica" proved his claim and the
the annual USO
justice in Americans' treatment
back touches Siegel
will be presented
upon youth aspirations and prom-
to him at a din-
He was honored by President, in
ises to get another large distribu-
Delegates of Jewish Community local youth
ner June 8 in
+.Dn with its appeal to those who special messages by the Kennedys, Council member organizations will
has made a significant and out-
do not fear the sex revolt in con-
standing contribution in the area
Notification of the award stated:
pay tribute to retiring president
temporary literature as well as
of communty service.
"Your many devoted years of
Judge Lawrence Gubow 8:30 p.m.
the searchers for exploration of an early blunder.
dedicated service to our armed
Wednesday at the Council's final
the mind of youth.
delegate assembly of the current tunity to meet representatives of forces is judged worthy of recog-
Siegel's "The Groovy Genius"
season in the Jewish Center.
organizations which have affiliated nition."
deals with a 15-year-old Italian
Following the assembly pro- with Council during the past year.
Zinkoff helped introduce basket-
science genius, Noah Glganti, who
in Israel and has assisted
suddenly emerges into the lime-
three years of service by Judge
groups will be introduced: Ameri- many other efforts in advancing
light as one of the great minds
Gubow. Hostesses will be the
can Red Mogen Dovid for Israel; sports for youth there.
of our time but who shuns oppor-
Bnai Brith Sholem Aleichem
He was a close associate for 15
tunity to get involved in the space
BOSTON (JTA)—Sen. Henry M.
operations or higher scientific ex- Jackson urged that the U.S. gov- Auxiliary. Judge Gubow has Brotherhood, Samuel Grant, Eddie years of Abraham Saperstein,
plorations. He craves the role in ernment drop the "formula" of served for many years as a Jacobson, Motor City and Albert founder of the Globetrotters, and
D. Tucker lodges and Masada and had been honored by the NBA
baseball and does not respond to Secretary of State William P. Rog- JWV delegate to Council.
Delegates will elect a slate of Dov Frankel chapters; Metropoli- numerous times.
tempting offers for college careers ers as a means to resolve the
Council officers and representa- tan Detroit Federation of Reform
or big business offers in the area issues in the Middle East.
tives to the executive committee. Synagogues; National Federation
that compute the magnificence of
"If we wish to promote serious Nominated to succeed Judge Gub- of Temple Sisterhoods District 11;
z:onquering the air.
negotiations in the Middle East we ow as president is Hubert J. Sid- Women's American ORT Balmor-
When he leaves his home in must drop the Rogers formula,"
al, Vera Bramson, Harmony, Oak-
the upper fringes of Harlem for the Washington Democrat said in
an adventurous afternoon uptown a speech here before the World vice president and chairman of field, Parkwood, South Acres and
Council's internal relations com- Southwoods chapters; and Town
and does not return overnight, Affairs Council.
and Country Club.
the headlines blared that a
Invitations and Party Ac-
Jackson said that continued sup- mittee.
Another feature of the assembly
genius has been kidnaped and port for the "Rogers formula" has
cessories for all occasions.
the suspicion is that a foreign now become "the major obstacle will be the presentation of a special
power had gotten hold of the to progress in the efforts to nego-
tiate stable peace in the Middle of Temple Israel. Cantor Orbach's
Orchestra and Entertainment
What happened actually was that East." He added that the formula's many contributions to Council pro-
he had been threatened by two "principal effect has been to shake graming efforts will be
holdup men, he knocked one out, the confidence of our friends, deep- nowledged, especially his role as
and as he left an 18-year-old, the en the intransigence of our ene- host on Council's weekly radio pro-
heroine in the story, Abbey, en- mies a n d discourage genuine gram, "Hear Our Voice."
Council Executive Director
cULAR.SMISULUMS-Q-9-9 -MASJUUSS-9 -CLASI
ticed him with offers to join her negotiations."
Walter E. Klein will summarize
cultist group. That's where Siegel
Jackson described the formula
We Make Our Own Glasses
programs and actions undertak-
introduces the reader to the new as providing that "any settle-
en during the past year. In ad-
element that has emerged and ment should be based on Israeli
dition, Council's annual Youth
describes the temptations which withdrawal from virtually all oc-
Award will be presented to the
include Noah's being drawn also cupied territory." He said that
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
into Abbey's_bed. He returns home,
"only a failure to appreciate
still uncertain about his future, Israel's determination to negoti•
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
but reunited with his family. There ate secure and defensible borders
is a celebration arranged for him can explain the administration's
by family and neighbors but he persistence in this shortsighted
• Reasonably Priced
• Immediate Repair
shuns notoriety, even with offers plan." He also said that "our
The Michigan Star Ball is ex-
yet to make good on the diamond.
energetic diplomacy aimed at pected to draw some 1,200 dance
Siegel's concocted tale has a reopening the Suez Canal is ex- enthusiasts to the Oak Park Corn-
considerable amount of sex and tremely dangerous."
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
munity Center 8 p.m. Saturday to
if it were not for Noah's genius
Jackson observed that "once the cheer for their favorite competi-
and his height the reader would canal is opened the effectiveness tor and to dance to Panchito and
question whether a 15-year-old can of the growing Soviet military and his orchestra.
Hours: Daily and Saturday
command so much mind and body merchant fleets would be doubled"
A U.S. Ball Room Council Dance
energy for a story filled with sex and contribute to the "ongoing So-
Championship, the Michigan Star
desires. The author justifies his viet penetration of Africa."
Ball, was organized in 1961 and
scientific approach by using many
became one of the largest dance
equations the key to which appear
competitions in North America.
as an addendum at the very end of
With the cooperation of Detroit
the book. The reader should have
been guided to those lines before Honored With Listing dance schools and several in sur-
rounding states, the Michigan Star
reading the book in its entirety.
in Biog ra phy Volume Ball will feature five hours of con-
This is certain: Jack Siegel ably
Dr. Max Rosenberg of Oak Park tinuous dancing, and contestants
weaves a good plot and raises
many questions regarding the has been honored by inclusion in from all North America are in-
status of youth in our time, vis-a- the Dictionary of International vited to compete for the Michigan
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vis the temptations our age poses Biography. Educator and writer, Star Trophy. General dancing will
Dr. Rosenberg is editor of Quest: be interspersed with the competi-
Detroit Public Schools Staff Jour- tions.
For tickets and information, con-
Dr. Rosenberg has written much tact Jack Barnes, 4921 Crooks,
in Pyramid Paperback
in the fields of philosophy and Royal Oak, or the Oak Park Corn-
Pyramid Publications this week
also reissued "The Right Time,"
the autobiography of Harry Golden, lished by Philosophical Library,
Brides Maid's Gowns £ Gowns for the Mothers
NY Federation Reaffirms
as a paperback.
and "Evaluation of School Princi-
It is a family chronicle as much pals" published by Croft Educa- Commitment to Education
EXTRA GOOD NEWS FOR YOU:
as the personal account of an tion Publications. He has de- NEW YORK (JTA)—Overwhelm-
interesting life that began on New
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ingly reaffirming the historic in-
York's East, Side and led to the veloped
in text- volvement in Jewish education of
All New Merchandise
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national educational publications,
Replete with anecdotes, marked he wrote a weekly feature column executive committee "that all ave-
by many stories about his refusal which ran for five years in the nues be searched to find addition-
Ban kAmericard Honored
al funds required" in the effort
to join in race hatred, Golden tells Detroit News.
Personal Attention From
how he defied the mores of the
Both in public schools and in
South and cast his lot with those Jewish religious schools, Dr. Rosen- education, as well as other Jewish
who fought for civil rights and for berg has served as teacher and ad- communal services.
The committee's report, as an-
justice to the Negroes.
r:ninistrator. He held the position
26571 W. '12 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich.
Many important personalities of principal in the Detroit Public nounced by Federation President
0/2 Block West of Northwestern Hwy.)
pass in review in the Golden story Schools, Yeshivah Chachmey -Lub- George H. Heyman, Jr., acknowl-
Mon.-Sat. 10 'til 5:30
of a caree r. that was filled with lin and Temple Emanuel. He has edged Federation's constant and in-
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Council Delegate Assembly to Honor
Outgoing President, Elect New One
Formula on M.E.
Dancers to Vie
in Michigan Ball
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