Danny Raskin,' s
AJC Tour Members
to Attend Reunion
Those tour members who have
traveled abroad to Europe and
Israel with the American Jew-
ish Congress will attend a re-
union 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Eder, 19395 Canterbury.
Mrs. Thelma Richman, past
national president of the Worn-
en's Division and now interna-
tional affairs minister for AJC,
will be guest speaker.
Dr. Alex Friedlaender will
show movie highlights of one
of the 1962 AJC tours. Prospec-
tive tour members are invited.
In charge of the affair are Mrs.
Oscar Hertz, Detroit tour chair-
man, and Mrs. Ira Kaufman,
tour membership chairman.
Many publishers have vied you, too," Cerf states in his in-
for the works of Bennett Cerf, troduction. "School kids these
who is the president of Ran- days are an inventive lotand
dom House. But his publishing they seem to favor puns as
house wisely has chosen to is- much as I do. Furthermore, as
sue his latest book. Read its I have so often discovered with
title. puns, the more outrageous the
"Riddle-De- riddle, the more vociferous its
D e e," sub- reception is likely to be."
titled: "458— Here, indeed, is a book to en-
Count them— joy, and Cerf is an expert mas-
4 5 8 riddles, ter of ceremonies with riddles.
old and new,
f o r children Jewish Comedians
from 12 to
DON'T PASS UP the gals on
Differ on Taped
the streets with Tag Day can-
As the title Shows on Holy Days
nisters, Oct. 19 and 20, for Pen-
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Two rickton Nursery . . . Give what
Cerf book is a real
delight. Ably and appropriately noted Jewish comics have dif- you can—the youngsters need
illustrated by Tomi Ungerer, it fered on. whether their religious it! . . . To date, 65 visually-
contains enough entertaining sensibilities would be offended handicapped kiddies who were
material to make it a real fun- by taped programs scheduled to be institutionalized, have
for showing during the High been graduated from. Penrick-
ton on to public and training
As the author indicates in his Holy Days.
Jackie Mason, a rabbi-turned- schools . . . 20 tots are now even
introductory essay, which is in
itself an educating element, comedian, apparently saw noth- able to stay in their own homes.
children always liked riddles. ing wrong in his jokes being . . . If any folks can help out
But adults also like them, and telecast on the Jack Paar NBC on Tag Day by Penrickton, call
they'll especially enjoy this program on Sept. 28, the Rosh Marian Galan, UN 1-0630; Jen-
nie Koppelman, LI 7-1978; or
"Veteran riddle fanciers will
But comedian Joe E. Lewis Eleanor Riseman, DI 2-0239.
find plenty of chestnuts in the had a taped appearance can-
LLOYD SNIDER, six-year-old
pages that follow — but there celled as the debut feature of son of Marge and Rube Snider,
are a great many new ones for a new Hy Gardner show on was being picked up to go to
WOR-TV because it was slated Hebrew school when a small lad
for telecasting on Yom Kippur. with him insisted that he
Temple Beth Jacob
Both programs had been taped wouldn't go to school unless he
prior to the scheduled show- could take his dog with him.
. . . The boy's mother refused
The Sisterhood of Pontiac's
Comedian Lewis, in line with to listen . . . Then Lloyd spoke
Temple Beth Jacob will present his annual custom, did not ap- up, saying that he couldn't take
its Third Annual Antique, Art pear for his regular stint at the dog to Hebrew school . . .
and Treasurama Show Oct. 28- the Copacabana night club on When the youngster asked why
30 at the Temple, '79 Elizabeth Yom Kippur.
not, Lloyd answered in emphat-
Lake Rd., Pontiac.
Two acts scheduled for debut ic tones, "Because he isn't
Hours for the show during appearances on the Ed Sullivan Jewish!"
each of the three days will be show on Yom Kippur Eve were
THE YOUNG MAN who
from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
cancelled when the stars re-
36 coats of paint on a car
Approximately 10 antique called what the night was. Co- made
Jerry Gurwin, has
dealers will display their wares medians Norman and Dean and famous,
own record . . .
at the show. The art display Israeli singer Hannah Ahroni Jerry's 1957 Corvette,
will include works by artists will fill those commitments at in futuristic lines, was given
from the Pontiac Art Associa- a later date.
coats and then with some dark
tion, the Bloomfield Art Asso-
spots showing upped the spray-
ciation, Potters Guild of Ann
ing to 60 at his Wyoming Ave.
Arbor, Grosse Pointe Artists
bump shop . . Jerry's prize
and Michigan State University to Read Own Works
auto has been picked as one of
Oakland. Works will be for
the top 10 to be accepted for
at Jewish Center
John Woods, well-known poet, showing at the International
A dining room will be in op-
eration all through the show. will read and discuss his own Hot Rod and Custom Car Show
Prizes wil lalso highlight the works 8 p.m. Sunday at the Nov. 1-Nov. 4 in Chicago.
event, according to Mrs. Marvin Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers.
TRADING STAMP BOOKS
His appearance in Detroit is (7,000 of them) are needed by
Talan and Mrs. Sherwin Birn-
sponsored by Poetry Center, a the Association of Parents and
Other committee heads are program offered jointly by the Friends of the Wayne County
Mesdames Harry Arnkoff, Paul University Center for Adult Ed- Training School to obtain a 60-
M. Mandel, Bernard Horowitz, ucation and the Jewish Center. child capacity bus for the re-
Woods, an instructor at West- tarded students there . . . About
Martin Kabcenell, Alvin Stein-
man, Albert Greenblat, Nat ern Michigan University, is well 650 children are in the school,
Morrison, Charles Gersten, Irv- known and recognized as one many of whom have no parents
ing Steinman, Harold Goldberg, of the foremost younger con- or anyone from home to show an
Harry Ackerman, Eugene temporary poets. Immediately interest in them . . The trad-
Ketchel, Bernard Horowitz, Har- after his appearance at Poetry ing stamp collecting program is
old Chapman, Tom Horwitz and Center, Woods will leave for under way to provide a bus for
Washington, D.C., where he has those youngsters who never
been invited to read and dis otherwise have an opportunity
his works at the Library to leave the grounds on outings
Federations Assembly cuss
of Congress Poetry Series.
to places of interest . . Any
Will Attempt to Aid
Meetings of the Poetry Cen- kind of trading stamps are ac-
ter are open to the public.
Small City Leaders
ceptable . . . This is a large and
The unique problems and re-
wonderful project which should
quirements of the smaller Jew- Golden Ring Club
definitely be supported for the
ish federations and welfare Will Hear Teiler
sake of these unfortunate kids.
funds will receive more inten-
. . . Trading stamps may be
sive consideration than ever be- Ring Club will hear Mordecai mailed, or arrangements by
fore at the 31st General Assem- Teiler in another of a series of phone can be made to pick them
bly of the Council of Jewish lectures on Jewish history 12:30 up . . . Contact Stella Kraft,
Federations and Welfare Funds p.m. Wednesday at the Work- 19328 Robson, Detroit 35, VE
when it meets in Philadelphia men's Circle Center, 18340 W. 8-3209, or Gloria Horowitz,
Nov. 15-18, it was announced
Mile. Teiler is director 14450 Vernon, Oak Park, LI
by Irving Kane, president of Seven
Reisen School 4-4082.
For the first time, he said,
cigarettes thru the wards at the
there will be "built into" the public is invited.
U.S. Health and Public (Marine)
overall Assembly program an
Hospital, Sol Steinberg, Vet-
institute of four separate ses- Liverpool Hebrew
eran's Chairman, Metropolitan
sions, specially designed for Schools Seek Alumni
Bnai Brith *Aliens Coun-
leaders of communities with
Former pupils of the Liver- Detroit
small Jewish populations.
pool Hebrew Schools, Hope
The inclusion of these spe- Place, Liverpool, England, are Sherman Goldman, chairman of
cial sessions points up the grow- requested to contact Secretary Ham Radio Operations; and
ing importance of the smaller E. Felton, 5 Oxford St., Liver- Charles Fink, president of Louis
city in the Jewish life of the pool 7, England, regarding mat- Marshall BB Lodge; overheard
several Jewish patients saying
ters affecting the schools.
that they had no religious at-
The special GA meetings will
tire for the h o l i d ay s..
attempt to help local leaders Center Camera Club
Through the efforts of these
from smaller cities attack such
men, sufficient attire and prayer
basic questions as "how to eval- Sets Shooting Session
The Center Camera Club of books were obtained f6r the
uate their programs," "how to
utilize the special assets of the the Jewish Center will hold a Jewish hospitalized patients of
smaller city," "how to raise shooting session 8 p.m. Oct. 29 both the Marine Hospital and
more money in 1963," and "how at the Ten Mile Branch, 15100 Dearborn Veterans Hospital to
observe the High Holy Days.
W. Ten Mile, Oak Park.
to build new leadership."
More than 1,700,000 persons
in the United States own stock
in automotive firms.
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Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
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33 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, October 19, 1962
Cerf Is Expert With 'Riddles'
in His New Book for All .Ages