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October 22, 1976 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 22, 1976 51

Zeldis Among Renowned Authors to Address Book Fair

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Noted novelist and poet
Chayim Zeldis will ad-
dress the Nov. 15 evening
session of the 25th annual
Jewish Book Fair at the
Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit.

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The author of a previous
novel, "Golgotha," and a
volume of verse, "Seek
Haven," his fiction and
poetry have appeared in
numerous periodicals.
The lecture is open to
the public without
charge.
Women will be the focus
of Hadassah Education
Day to take place Nov. 16.
The two speakers are
Sonya Michel, co-author
of the Jewish Woman in
America," and Ted
Berkman, author of "The
Lady and The Law."

Following
Mrs.
Michel's lecture, there
will be a noon luncheon in
Shiffman Hall. Although
both Hadassah Day lec-
tures are open to the pub-
lic free of charge; there is
a charge for the luncheon,
and reservations are re-
quired. For reservations,
call Hadassah, BR 3-5441.

degree from Harvard. He
spent 40 years of his ac-
tive literary life as editor
for Holt, Rinehart and
Winston.
His newest book is
"Jewish Publishing in
America." The public is
invited without charge.
For information on this or
any other Book Fair
program, call the Center
Cultural Arts Depart-
ment, 851-7300, ext. 250.

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Zeldis, who will speak
at 8 p.m. in the Center's
Shiffman Hall on "Fiction
is Truth", will be co-
sponsored by the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee,
the American Jewish
Congress, and the Anti-
Defamation League of
Bnai Brith.
Author of "Brothers,"
Zeldis was born in Buf-
falo, N.Y., in 1927. He at-
tended the University of
Michigan on a creative
writing scholarship for
two years, and while
there, he won an Avery
Hopwood Award in
poetry. In 1948, during
the War of Independence,
he settled in Israel, where
he lived on kibutzim and
in various agricultural
settlements.
He served in the Israeli
armed forces in the Sinai
campaign of 1956. He re-
turned to the U.S. in 1958
and graduated from the
New School for Social Re-
search, winning the John
Day Novel Award there.

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Mrs. Michel will speak
at 10 A.M. in the Aaron
DeRoy Studio Theatre on
"Yentl, Sara, Marjorie
and Isadora: Generations
of Women In American-
Jewish Literature."
A graduate of Barnard
College, anti holder of a
master's degree from San
Francisco State, Mrs.
Michel has held a variety
of jobs in publishing, and
has been active in the wo-
men's movement since
1969, helping to orgAnize
women's centers in New
York and Poughkeepsie.
She is currently a doctoral
candidate in American
civilization at Brown Uni-
versity.

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Ted Berkman will
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Women — A Wasted
Natural Resource."
Berkman is a historical
chronicler and screen-
writer.
His earliest books in-
clude "Cast a Giant
Shadow," the Oppie
Award winning "To Seize
the Passing Dream," and
"Sabra," about the
citizen-soldiers of the
Six-Day War. As a screen
writer, he holds a Christ-
opher Award for "Fear
Strikes Out," and his
radio commentaries in
the 1940's for the ABC
network included the
first eye-witness account
of the King David Hotel
explosion_in Jerusalem.
The Michigan Jewish
Singles Council, mean-
while, will co-sponsor the
appearance of literary au-
thority, Charles A. Madi-
son, 8 p.m. Nov. 16 in
Shiffman Hall.
Madison will speak on
"Jewish Literary Con-
tributions To American
Culture", based on 55
years of publishing ex-
perience.

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