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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-07

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12 November 7, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jewish Book Fair Opening Saturday

The 24th annual Jewish
Book Fair will open at 8:30
p.m. Saturday with an ad-
dress by Israeli Ambassa-
dor to the United Nations
Chaim Herzog.
Herzog, author of the re-
cent best-seller "War of
Atonement," will lecture in
the Center's Aaron DeRoy
Theater on "Israel and the
United Nations." There is no
charge.
An architect of Israeli
military intelligence, Her-
zog served twice as director
of military intelligence'
(1948-50 and 1959-62). He
was defense attache at the
Israeli embassy in Washing-
CHAIM HERZOG
ton (1950-56), and served as
first military governor of ing himself as Israel's
the West Bank of Jordan in leading military and polit-
1967.
ical commentator. During

Upon retiring from the
army, Herzog headed an
industrial group in Israel,
at the same time establish-

the Yom Kippur War, he
broadcast on radio and
television approximately
15 times a day.

The author of several
other books, Gen. Herzog
was awarded an Honorary
Knighthood by Great Brit-
ain in 1970.
Most of the events in the
week-long Book Fair pro-
gram are free. For informa-
tion about any program, call

the Center Cultural Arts
Department, 341-4200. Mrs.
Grace Colton is chairman of
Book Fair and Mrs. Phyllis
Schwartz is vice chairman.
Events for which there is a
charge or reservations are
required are noted in the
Book Fair calendar below:

SATURDAY

8:30 p.m. — Gen. Chaim Herzog, topic: "Israel and the
United Nations,"
Aaron DeRoy Theater.

SUNDAY

10 a.m. — Children's programs by arrangement.
11 a.m. — Speaker for high school and college students,
Shiffman Hall.
2 p.m. — Children's theater: "All-of-a-Kind Family Comes
to Book Fair, DeRoy Theater (charge).
2 p.m. — Pre-school story hour, Library.
2:30 p.m. — Ruth Rubin, "The Story of Yiddish Folk Song,"
Room 384.
8:30 p.m. — Sam Levenson, "Grandma and Grandpa Are
Freedom Fighters," DeRoy Theater and Shiffman Hall.

MONDAY

10 a.m. — Anne Bernays, "Mothers and Daughters," DeRoy
Theater.
Noon — Sisterhood Day luncheon, Shiffman Hall (charge
and reservations).
1 p.m. — Dennis Prager, "The Jewish Enemies of the Jew-
ish People," DeRoy Theater.
8 p.m. — Lucy Dawidowicz, "Confronting the Holocaust,"
DeRoy Theater.

TUESDAY

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10 a.m. — Midge Decter, "Whatever Happened to the World
Famous Jewish Family?," DeRoy Theater.
Noon — Hadassah Education Day luncheon, Shiffman Hall
(charge and reservations).
1 p.m. — Frank Gervasi, "Future of the Middle East: Is-
rael's Continued Existence," DeRoy Theater.
8 p.m. — Beate Klarsfeld, "One Woman's Moral Crusade
Against Nazism," DeRoy Theater.

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WEDNESDAY

9:30 a.m. — Continental breakfast, Room 202, (charge and
reservations).
10 a.m. — Dorothy Goldberg, "The Jewish American in
Public Life," DeRoy Theater.
Noon — Mini-luncheon, Shiffman Hall, (charge and reser-
vations).
1 p.m. — Prof. Henry L. Feingold, "The Jews are Alive and
Well and Living in America: A Bicentennial View," De-
Roy Theater.
8 p.m. — Yuri Suhl, "For Life and For Honor — The Story
of Jewish Resistance," DeRoy Theater.

,

Business
Checking Accounts:

THURSDAY

9:30 a.m. — Continental breakfast, Room 202 (charge and
reservations).
10 a.m. — Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, "Kabala in an Ameri-
can Idiom," DeRoy Theater.
Noon — Brunch, Shiffman Hall (charge and reservations).
1 p.m. — Zelda Popkin, "Who are We — Where Did We
Come From — Where are We Going?," DeRoy Theater.
8 p.m. — Rabbi Jack Riemer, "Wisdom for the End of Life:
Whenever it May Be," DeRoy Theater.

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SATURDAY

Nov. 15

8:30 p.m. — Yiddish Theater Evening with Ginetta La-
Bianca, Herschel Gendel and the Music Study Group Cho-
rus under Don Frohman, DeRoy Theater (charge).

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pay at most a SI.00 monthly statement charge — write as many checks as you like,
make as many deposits as you like, and no minimum balance. If you keep 5200 .
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is charged at our cost.)

SUNDAY
Nov. 16

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a statement charge. Over an average month, that can add up fast — S10, S15,
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10 a.m. — Children's programs by arrangement.
10:30 a.m. — Prof. Joseph Gutmann, "Moses Jacob Ezekial:
Artist, Patriot, Jew," Room 384.
2 p.m. — Children's Theater: "All-of-a-Kind Family Comes
to Book Fair," DeRoy Theater (charge).
2-p.m. — Pre-school story hour, Library.
2:30 p.m. — Yehuda Elberg, Yiddish lecture, "The People of
the Book," Room 384.
4 p.m. — Miriam Schneid, Hebrew lecture, "A New Light on
the Poetry of Tschernichowsky," Room 384.
7:30 p.m. — Esther Broner, "The Stolen Legacy and Inter-
ruption of Ritual Between Mother and Daughter," DeRoy
Theater.

1,000 Participate in Koach Mission

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
record-breaking 1,000 young
Jewish leaders from vir-
tually every corner of Amer-
ica, embarked on the United
Jewish Appeal Young Lead-
ership's Koach Mission of
Strength Thursday.
"The timeliness of the
Koach Mission and the unity

and strength which it repre-
sents, cannot he under-

stated in light of recent
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from the world stage of the
United Nations, which ma-
lign Israel and the Jewish
people," said Frank R. Lau-
tenberg, LTJA's general
chairman.
The largest mission in
WA's history will run 10
days. Once they arrive in
Israel, the group will be di-
vided into smaller operat-
ing units or mini-missions,
joining together only for

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