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July 12, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-12

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Semantic Way of Cooling Off

(Copyright, 1963; JTA, Inc.)

BY DAVID SCHWARTZ
There are many ways of
coping with the hot weather.
There is the semantic approach,
If you think in terms of the
seasons, of summer, winter,
spring and fall, when summer
comes aolng you expect it to
be hot, and are. But if, instead,
you take the approach current
in the garment district, that
there are only two seasons,
slack and busy, your attitude
becomes different. There is no
more summer, so why be hot?
It's just the slack season. So
put on your slacks and this
keeps you from "pants-ing"
from the heat.
There is the philosophical
approach. As a man thinketh, so
is he. Imagine yourself at the
North Pole. All over is an ex-
panse of ice and snow. The wind
is howling. Suddenly you see an
Eskimo come forth from his
igloo. Where is he going this
early in the morning? You won-
der whether he is a Republican
or Democrat. If he is a Republi-
can, you ask yourself, is he for
Goldwater or Rockefeller? Sud-
denly you begin to shiver.
Aniong the Jews, the homeo-
pathic approach seems the
favorite. Like cures like. When
you are hot, you offset it, not
with ice water, but by taking
a glass of "varemes," a glass of
warm tea. Papa used to always
take three. He wasn't good at
counting. Just like the story I
heard about the pianist, Artur
Schnabel and Einstein. They
were friends and frequently
played together, Einstein on his
violin, Schnabel at the piano.
In the midst of one exercise.

Einstein made an error.
Schnabel turned to Einstein and
made a grimace. "Albert," he
said to the great mathematician,
"the trouble with you is you
can't count."
Speaking about a glass of tea,
I remember one summer, Weiz-
mann and Lipsky were sitting at
Tiptoe Inn. Nearby, the waiter
served a man a glass of tea.
The man began stirring it with-
out putting any sugar in. "Er
iz a Wilner soicher," said Weiz-
mann, "er misht aber legt nit
arein." (He is a Wilna financier.
He manipulates, but does not
invest.)
The Jewish State would not
have been established without
tea. Remember those Zionist
conventions. The delegates in
the evening would sit at Childs'
restaurant till late at night
drinking tea and dreaming of
Zion. Try sitting late at night
dreaming of Zion, eating cereal
or even drinking coffee. You
just can't linger over coffee.

Street- in Sao Paulo
Named for Herzl

SAO PAULO, Branil (JTA)—
A Sao Paulo street was named
for Theodor Herzl in ceremo-
nies attended by the city's
Mayor, Dr. Francisco Prestes
Maia, the Israel Ambassador
and Consul General, prominent
personalities in civic life and
leaders of the J e w i s h com-
munity here.
The mu n i c i p al legislation
calling for the naming of a
street after the founder of po-
litical Zionism had been adop-
ted at the initiative of the
Mayor as a gesture of good will
toward the city's Jewish com-
munity.

Miriam Korn Will Eshkol Offers Meeting with Nasser
Wed. Richard Lutz to Find Ways of Reducing Tension

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM—Prime Minister Levi Eshkol offered
Wednesday to meet" at any time and any place" with
President Nasser of Egypt to explore means of reducing
tensions in the Middle East.
The Prime Minister made the offer in his first press
conference since taking office last June 24.

MISS MIRIAM KORN

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July 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
ford Klayman ,of 21650 Sussex,
Oak Park, a daughter, Lesley
Beth.
* * *
July 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Jay Bakst (Janet
Zucker), of 15130 Burton, Oak
Park, a son, Marc Morris.
* * *
July 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
ard Gunzburger (Susanne Na-
than, formerly of Detroit), 212
Sterling, Trumbull, Conn., a son,
Ronald Marc.

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July 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Syd-
ney Geller (Barbara Leibovich),
24655 Rensselaer, Oak Park a
daughter, Marcie Rae.
* * *
July 1—To Dr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Rovin (Nancy Gold).
939 Seattle, Lexington, Ky., a
son, David Seth.
* * *
July 1—To Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Greenspan (B e n i t a
Rovin), 4142 Highfield, Royal
Oak, a son, Martin Stewart.
* * *
June 29—To Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Rosenthal (Judith Katz-
man), 23241 Geneva, Oak Park,
a son, Steven T.
* * *
June 29 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Goldberg (Irene
Swartz), 3801 Sylvan, Oak Park,
a daughter, Sheri Lynn.
* * *
June 25 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David William Broner (Lillian
Rubinstein), 25221 W. Rue Ver-
sailles, Oak Park, a son, Robert
Scott.
* * *
June 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Golumbia (Linda Axle-
rod), 15080 Greenfield, a son,
David Alan.
*
June 19—To Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice Tatelman (Fern
Schlafer) of Joliet Place, Lafay-
ette Park, a daughter, Karen
Eve.
* * *
June 19 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Greenberger (Eileen
Linovitz), 140 Ingram, San An-
tonio, Tex., a son, Marc Joel.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. David Berg-
man (Sally Berman), 16561
Prairie, a son, Aaron Scott.

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The Joint
Distribution Committee spends
a total of $1,000,000 annually on
aid to yeshivot in Israel, it was
reported by Rabbi Leo Jung,
chairman of the JDC religious
and cultural committee.

Nearly 12,600 students at 104
Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Korn of Israel's yeshivot are the
of Dartmouth Ave., Oak Park, beneficiaries of JDC aid, Rabbi
announce the engagement of Jung told a press conference.
their daughter, Miriam, to Rich- The JDC, in cooperation with
ard Samuel Lutz, son of Mr. and ORT, helped provide vocational
Mrs. Ben Lutz of W. Outer training to hundreds of yeshiva
students, especially in the fields
Dr.
of metalworking, printing,
The bride-elect will be gradu- electromechanical a n d agro-
ated from Wayne State Univer- mechanical industries, as well
sity's College of Education this as various religious profes-
summer. Her fiance is interning sional fields including training
at Lincoln College of Chiro- as shochet and mohel.
practic in Indiana. A Novem-
wedding is planned.
The Soft Tongue
A sage of the Talmud wanted
to teach his pupils a lesson in
conduct. He invited them to a
meal and on the plate of each
student was placed a piece of
soft, well cooked tongue along
with a piece of raw and hard
half-cooked tongue. All of the
pupils ate the soft tongue.
"Let that be a lesson to you,"
said the rabbi, "show people
always- the soft tongue in your
conversation."

Irene Left Weds
Joel Charney

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A
memorial meeting for Louis
Lipsky, the late dean of the
American Zionist movement
who died in New York last
month, was held here Tuesday
in the presence of President
and Mrs. Zalman Shazar and
other leading Israeli personal-
ities.
Moshe Sharett, chairman of
the Jewish Agency executive,
spoke of Lipsky as a man of
"vision, faith and idealism, com-
bined with practical ability." Dr.
Israel Goldstein, president of
the Keren Hayesod, described
Lipsky as the architect of
American Zionism and recalled
his decisive role in the founding
of the Keren Hayesod and the
United Israel Appeal. Judge
Louis Levinthal of Philadelphia,
chairman of the board of gov-
ernors of the Hebrew Univer-
sity and v et er an American
Zionist leader, gave reminis-
cences of his contacts with
Lipsky.

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will receive free from Raskin Food Company (compliments of
Harry, Leonard and Larry Warsh, proprietors) a gift package
containing the following Raskin products: 1 lb. farmer cheese,
1 package blintzes, 1 jar horseradish, 1 jar pickles, 1 package
bagels, 1 package matzo balls, 1 package potato latkes.

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Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Left of
Greenlawn Ave. announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Irene Beverly, to Joel Bernard
Charney, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Charney of Silver Springs,
Md.
The double-ring ceremony was
performed by Rabbi Halpern on
June 9 at Cong. Gemiluth Chas-
sodim.
The newlyweds are residing
on Indiana Ave. after a honey-
moon in Atlantic City.

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Woolf
of Roselawn Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Nina Susan, to David Harold
Eisenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Eisenberg of Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University College
of Education. Her fiance also
attended Wayne State. A Feb. 2
wedding is planned.
* * *

Mr. and Mrs. William Jacob
of W. Outer Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Bernice Charlotte, to Ralph E.
Helper, son of Mrs. Samuel
Helper of Prairie Ave. and the
late Mr. Helper. An Aug. 4
wedding is planned.

Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cantor
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Michael Jon, on July
13 at Cong. Ahavas Achim. A
reception will be held 2-5 p.m.
July 14 at their home.

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