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August 14, 1964 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-14

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\_leph Friedland's Tolksongs'
shed as Memorial to Educator
.Afth Anniversary of His Death

Louis Bellers Mark
Wedding Anniversary

Rules of Etiquette

beverage; if. however, she be ac-
By GERALD FRIEDLAND
customed to drink wine in her
From His "Customs of Israel"
One should not eat or drink like husband's presence, she is per-
a glutton, one should neither eat mitted to partake of a little there-
no drink whilst standing, and even of during his absence.
One should not give good to an
if one had but poor fare, still his
table should be clean and nicely Israelite unless he knows him to
covered . .. One should not drink be of those who wash their hands
a glass of wine at one draught, and say the appropriate benedic-
for one who does so is a tippler. tion. This, however, applies only
It is the correct thing to drink to him who provides one with food
one's wine in two draughts, but as a part of his pay, but if the reci-
one who finishes his wine in three pient be a poor man, he should
draughts, behold he is haughty. provide him with food as an act
If, however, the glass be extra of charity without making any in-
MR. A MRS. LOUIS BELLER large, one may finish it in several quiry as to his piety.
draughts; likewise if it be very
Guests must not give the child-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis B elle r, small, one may finish it in one ren of their host aught of what
17224 Melrose, Southfield, were draught.
had been set before them, as the
recently honored with a cocktail
One should not place upon the host may have no more food than
and dinner party on the occasion table the piece of bread which he that which was set before them.
of their 50th wedding anniversary. had bitten, neither should he give Therefore if they do not leave
it to his neighbor, nor should enough for themselves he will be
The party was given by their he put it in the dish, as his neigh- ashamed of his poverty. If the
children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Pearl) bor may find it loathsome. One table were richly supplied it is
Warheit, Mr. and Mrs. Sam (Rose)
permissible for them to do so.
Sandler and Sarah Simons. The should not hand a cup, the con-
tents
of
which
he
has
partly
drunk,
One who enters a house should
Bellers also have seven grand-
children and three great-grand- to one's neighbor, as the latter not say, Give me to eat, but he
may through bashfulness drink should wait until he is invited to
children.
against his will. The utmost care

Aleph Friedland was one of topics, one dealing with the Mes-
'the most distinguished American siah ("Bu-Sedah shel Mashiakh")
Jewish educators. A great peda- and another is "Ha-Rabi Elimel-
gogue, he gained world fame as a ekh."
Written before the emergence of
storyteller for children, as a poet
and as an eloquent lecturer. He the State of Israel — Mr. Fried-
was well known here, having ad- land, who was born in 1891, died
dressed numerous United Hebrew in 1939 — his songs dealt with the
Schools gatherings duping his life- Land of Israel and its traditions,
time. the Zionist ideal to which the au-
His short stories for children be- thor had dedicated his life, with
came a massive library under the children, love, humor, the Sabbath.
The volume commences with a
title "Sippurim Yafim" — "Bea- brief verse by A. S. Schwartz,
"A Folk-
"Meshorer Rav-Enuth"
singer Filled with Affliction."
There is an introductory essay
by Hayyim Orlan who likens the
Friedland poems to those of Hay-
yim Nahman Bialik.
An impressive tribute to the
late Hes Aleph Friedland, by his
friend, and co-worker, Prof. Is-
rael, is entitled "Hesed, Gvurah
v'Tifereth" — "Kindness, Cour-
age, and Beauty." The numerous
qualities of the late educator-
eat. It is forbidden to partake of
should be taken not to drink of a repast which does not suffice for
poet are evaluated here, and Dr.
of the leavings of the cup of which the host for this would be akin
Efros pays tribute to Mr. Fried-
one's neighbor had partaken.
to robbery. Morover, the host in-
land's ability to observe Jewish
life, his devotion to his people,
A man should not be hot-temper- vites him to dine with him only
his dedication to Israel.
The DETROIT-GOLD GENER- ed at his meal lest the guests and as an act of politeness.
Folk- AL AGENCY of the Massachus- members of his household be
"Shire-Am-m' Izvono"
songs, from his legacy — is a gen- etts Mutual Life Insurance Com- ashamed to eat, thinking that he
SAM ROSENBLAT
and is angry because they
uine collection of poetic treasures. pany, 20800 Greenfield Rd., placed rages
Master of Ceremonies
Their reproduction in this attrac- 16th among the company's 117 gen- are eating. One should neither
And His
tive work mark a real tribute to a eral agencies in the sale of in- stare in the face of a person who
Dance and Entertainment
HES ALEPH FRIEDLAND
great man, and the Cleveland Bur- dividual life insurance for the first is eating or drinking, nor look
at the portion set before him, so
Band
seven months of 1964.
utiful Stories" — written in He- eau is to be commended for having
that he put him not to shame.
Party Arrangement Specialist
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to
a
brew, impressively ilustrated, with produced it as a memorial
When two eat at one table, even
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CHUCK GRANT, nationally
English explanatory words and distinguished leader.
— P. S. known dressage rider, will pre- if each one have his separate plate
notes.
him or if they partake of
sent an exhibition of the riding before
With the late Emanuel Gamoran
and each one have his por-
skills , of dressage, at Walden fruit
he authored a series of Hebrew
before him, it is meet for the
Camp, Cheboygan. The following tion
textbooks
ex
elder of the two to begin to eat
day
he
will
judge
the
first
annual
1
The Cleveland Bureau of Jew-
and he who stretches forth
Walden English Invitational Horse first
ish Education which he had organ-1
Show in conjunction with Cheb- his hand before his elder or sup-
ized pays honor to is memory, on
erior is a glutton.
oygan's Northern Michigan Fair.
the 25th anniversary of his death,
Corsets-Brassieres
A woman should not drink wine
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Lt. Col. Jacob B. Cooperhouse,
with the publication of his "Folk-
Expertly Fitted
during
her
husband's
absence
even
a Signal Corps officer currently on
Israeli and other international in her own home, and at any other
songs."
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as
action
officer
in
the
office
folk dances are featured this place even in her husband's pres-
This impressive work, avail-
538-5575
able from the Cleveland Bureau of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the month at Northland Shopping ence she is forbidden to drink
Parking in Rear
of Jewish Education, 2030 S. Pentagon, has been awarded the Center Terrace 9-11 p.m. Fridays, wine or any other intoxicating
Department
of
the
Army's
Legion
announces Marvin J. Freed, presi-
Taylor Rd., Clevland, was printed
in Israel under the title "Shirei- of Merit for exceptionally meritori- dent of the DETROIT FOLK
Am." M. Nuemann, Tel Aviv- ous conduct in the performance of DANCE CLUB. No experience is
Jerusalem publisher, arranged outstanding services. The award necessary. The group will begin
the artistic typography. Histradut was given for Col. Cooperhouse's Monday evening sessions in Sep-
Ivrith, the American movement "outstanding professional skill" as tember at the International Insti-
a specialist in logistics planning tute.
for the sponsorship of Hebrew on
the highest army echelons dur-
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Presentation of the
"THE
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Cleveland Education Bureau. The Merit
to Col. Cooperhouse at a
late Mr. Friedland had served Pentagon ceremony was reported a three - act play by Dr. Jean
as president of Histadrut Ivrith. to the National Jewish Welfare Rosenbaum, took place Aug. 7 at
Between Hartwell & Schaefer
There are 33 of . the Friedland Board by Chaplain Saul Parker, the Concept East Theater. It is a
poems in this volume, dealing with Jewish chaplain at Fort Belvoir, controversial piece of social com-
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Addition for Atlantic City
Hebrew Old Age Center

ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)—A new
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The structure is believed to be
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