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October 05, 1962 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-05

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Four University of Michigan students have been named recipi-
ents of Alvin M. Bentley Foundation scholarships for 1962-63. All
first-year U-M students, the four are Jon William Danielson, High-
land Park; Alvin R. Jaffin, 24061 Ithaca, Oak Park; Samuel Broder,
24070 Oneida, Oak Park, and Dorothy Ciufetelli, Dearborn. Selec-
tion of the individual recipients was made by the U-M Scholarship
Committee, and the awards were approved by Bentley Foundation
trustees.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shapiro recently returned from a trip
to visit members of their family in Niagara Falls, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Louisville and Indianapolis. They also toured Wash-
ington and the Virginia mountains.
Members of the planning committee for the Tenth Annual
Patients Fair held recently on the grounds of Northville State
Hospital included Mrs. Louis Pearlman and Mrs. Solomon Gold-
farb. Groups participating in or providing financial assistance
included the David Horodoker Young Women's . Organization, the
Bicur Cholem, the Bnai Brith and the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish House of Shelter. --
Mrs. Charles Goldstein is chairman of hospitality and Mrs.
Eldred Beckman will launch the membership drive for the
Women's Division of the Detroit Round Table at its first fall
meeting 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Metropolitan Methodist
Church, 8000 Woodward.
.The silver wedding anniversary of Rose and Max Mondshine
will be celebrated Saturday - evening. Their children will enter-
tain friends and relatives at the home of the Chudnows, 22011
Sloman, Pak Park. The family includes Sharon and Saul
Chudnow, Judith Mondshine and her fiance, Sydney Weinstein
and Deyna and Gary Mondshine. --
Anna Roosevelt Halsted, daughter of the late President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was hostess, at her home in Birming-
ham, on Wednesday, to members of the Women's Division of
Citizens-for Swainson, of which she is chairman, for the purpose
of instituting a campaign to guide voters against incorrect use
of voting machines. Centers of information for that purpose
have been set up at 15404 W. 7 Mile and 12701 W. 10 Mile.
Working with Mrs. Halsted on this project are Mesdames Morris
Kane, Samuel Linden, Irving Pokempner, Stanley Michaels,
Avern Cohn, Max Pincus and M. Zeltzer.
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Taines of West Outer Drive are spending
the Winter in Miami Beach, Fla.
Detroit trustees Mrs. Samuel Aaron, Mrs. Theodore
Bargman, Samuel W. Leib and Milford R. Pregerson attended
the recent 94th annual meeting of Bellefaire, nationally known
residential treatment center for emotionally disturbed children
in Cleveland.
Allan J. Roth, of Church Road, Oak Park, has returned from
a several days' stay in Seattle, Wash., where he visited with friends
and spent much time at the World's Fair. Mr. Roth was a Seattle
resident for nearly two years before returning to Detroit earlier
this year.

Hadassah GroUps Slate Speakers on Varied
Topics for Opening Meetings of Fall Season

Four distinguished guest be "How to Begin an Art Col-
speakers will present varied lection for the Home." Dessert
topics at separate meetings of luncheon will be served. Mrs.
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah Morton Benson is vice-president
of program. Mrs. Fred Goren
groups this coming Tuesday.
braham
Zentman,-
principal
Abraham
of the social
corn-
of Hillel Day School, will dis- and Mrs. Seymour
Bodner,
ro-
of
cuss "Aims of Modern Jewish mittee, will be assisted by Mrs.
J
o
s
e
p
h
Franklyn
and
Mrs.
Parochial Schools" before the
Livonia Group 8:30 p.m. at the i Bernard Zendel. Friends Sam-
are
home of Mrs. Edwin Bierman, invited, according to Mrs.
uel Goldfarb,
president.
19651 St. Francis. Mrs.
Bernard
Sam-
Zupmore is program chairman.
Friends are invited, according
Want The Best?
to President Mrs. Paul Mutnick.
Ask the Folks Who've Had
Evergreen Group will present
SAM BARNETT
Mrs. Evelyn Linden of the Jew-
and His Orchestra
ish Family and Children's Serv-
ice 8:30 p.m. at Hadassah House.
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Her topic will be "Sheruth
House—Home for Emotionally
■■■•■•=1
Disturbed Girls." Mrs. Simson
Sandler is program chairman.
Mrs. Henry Aronoff, social com-
Fine Photography
mittee chairman, will be as-
Bar Mitzvah and Wedding
sisted by Mesdames Hyman
Rubin, Meyer King, Solomon Candids, Professionally Finished
KE 1-0104
Segall, Edward Kopal, Albert S. LEIBICK
Friedman and Morton Sterling.
Friends are welcome, according
to President Mrs. William
Klein.
Rabbi Leon Fram, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, will
address the University South
Group on "Israel and the United
Nations" 12:30 p.m. at the
Jewish Center (Room 202). In
charge of the program are Vice-
presidents Mrs. Maurice Perl-
man and Mrs. Nathan Goldman.
Friends are invited, according
to Mrs. Frank Rosenbaum, pres-
ident.
Greenfield Group will present
Ilona A l s h u l e r of L'Atelier
Art Gallery 12:30 p.m. at
Hadassah House. Her topic will

VII•

MISS BARBARA WOOLF

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Schwartz
of Stoepel Ave. announce the
engagement of their granddaugh-
ter, Barbara Joyce Woolf, the
daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Woolf, to David
Lawrence Gold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Gold of Audrey
Ave.
A February wedding is
planned.

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Feature: "As Evening Casts
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Harold Orbach of Temple Israel WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS
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Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Wayne State University Press book reveals: It was President
Feature: Dr. David I. Silver,
has made a notable contribu- Hayes.
co-chairman of the 11th Annual
What's the origin of "log- Synagogue Adult Institute, will
tion to the literature dealing
with American politics with its rolling"? There is a long ex discuss this program.
new volume, "American Politi- planation of its origin, dating
* *
cal Terms—An Historical Dic- back more than a century.
TO DWELL TOGETHER
tionary," compiled by Prof. Such terms as "straddle bug,"
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Travis Trittschuh of Wayne "presidential bee," "floaters,"
Station: WJBK (radio and
State University and Prof. Hans "bagman," "kiss joke ticket,"
Sperber of Ohio State Univer- "pot-house politician," "Union television simultaneously).
Invites You
Feature: "Meditations for This
shrieker," "Tom Tinker's men"
sity.
Every conceivable phrase in and hundreds of others will be Season" will present Rabbi Mor-
to Stop In and See
American politics, words relat- found in this book with com- ris Adler of Cong. Shaarey Ze-
ing to political activities that plete explanations. dek, who will discuss the signifi-
Their Fine Collection of
In a definite schollarly man- cance of the "Days of Awe."-
need defining, historical data
*
*
*
and references to political con- ner this dictionary gives a pic-
Antique Jewelry
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
troversies are included in this ture of political word-lore as a
Time:
11:05
a.m.
Sunday.
excellently edited book. • The whole, not stopping at the or-
Station: WXYZ.
more than 500 pages of this igin and earliest date for each
15750 Livernois
Feature: Rabbi Edgar F. Mag-
dictionary include nearly every word but tracing its connection
political term, including fa- with the successive phases of nin of the Wilshire Blvd. Tem-
American cultural life. Relig- ple in Los Angeles will speak
11/2 Blocks No. of Expressway
mous phrases.
ion, folklore, fashion, popular on "Religion and Human Na-
Who coined the phrase "He songs, sports, higher literature,
serves his party best . . ."? The and many other fields have ture."
contributed to our political vo- Speakers Scheduled
cabulary.
Knox, Clevenger Will
Being on the borderline be- for Book Review
"LET'S SEE. WE'LL HAVE TO
Address Schulze
tween linguistics and history, Series at Adas Shalom
MiNE RESE12VATIONS AT THE
Community Council
the study of political words has
The annual book review series
The Schulze Community Coun- been a no-man's-land for which
CRANBeOOK HOUSE MOTEL FOR
cil will hold an open meeting neither the linguist nor the his- conducted by the sisterhood of
AUNT
SADIE, UNCLE IRVING, AUNT... °
Wednesday at the Precious torian considered himself respon- Adas Shalom Synagogue will be-
gin
Oct.
30.
Blood Church Social Hall, 13305 sible. Previous dictionaries were
The schedule includes speak-
Grove. historical only in the sense of
Guest speakers will be Rob- ascertaining the date of the or- ers Rabbi Harold D. Hahn, Oct.
ert D. Knox, director of the igin of a given political term. 30; Mrs. Jacob E. Segal, Nov.
Detroit Housing Commission, This book shows the changing ap- 27; Louis E. Levitan, Jan. 22;
and Raymond F. Clevenger, plications and contexts of each and Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, Feb.
commissioner of the Michigan word through time, reflecting 19.
Co-chairmen of the book re-
Corporation and Securities Com- changes on the American po-
mission. Knox will speak on litical scene. By going to the view committee are Mrs. George
"The Racial Impact of Urban By going to the primary sources Liss and Mrs. Harry Nachman,
Renewal in Detroit." Clevenger —old newspapers, campaign lit- with Mrs. J. Stewart Linden,
will discuss "The State's Con- erature of all sorts, and the let- sisterhood president, as an ex-
trol Over Unscrupulous Real ters and autobiographies of poli- officio member of the commit-
Estate Practices." ticians—the authors have com- tee. Mrs. Robert Dunsky and
According to Albert Colman, piled a maticuously accurate and Mrs. Albert Potiker are co-
vice-president of the Schulze measurable value to students of chairmen of the ticket commit-
Community Council, all resi- American language and history, tee. Mrs. Earl Gould and Mrs.
dents of the northwest area of political scientists, "general se- Abe Morrison are co-chairmen
Detroit are invited to this open manticists," politicians, and jour- of hospitality. Mrs. Louis E.
Levitan heads publicity.
meeting. The Schulze Commun- nalists.
Cl2AN Bi2001
All book reviews will be pre-
Wayne State University Press
ity Council embraces an area of
ceded
by
a
continental
break-
HOUSE MOTEL
some 4,000 homes bounded by is to be commended for making
Seven Mile, Wyoming, Florence, this significant contribution to fast at 10 a.m. in the Adas
EIGHT* MILE JAMES COUZENS
Shalom social hall.
James Couzens and Schaefer. political understanding.
BROADWAY 3-8310

SAM ROSENBLAT

BLAIR STUDIO

`Dictionary of Political Terms'
Issued by Wayne University Press

Delaine Jewelry

19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, O ctober 5, 1962


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