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August 27, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-27

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Greek-Americans Give to JFK Forest

El Al Airlines President Gen. E. Ben Arzi (left), accepts with
pleasure a certificate for the planting of 10,000 trees in the John F.
Kennedy Peace Forest in the Judean Hills near Jerusalem presenting
the certificate is Socrates V. Sekles, chairman of the Greek-American
fraternal group Ahepa, whose members resolved at their recent con-
vention in Athens to contribute to the forest.

Alfred May Appointed
Public Administrator

Shah's Brother at Maccabiah

685 Books of Jewish Interest
Published During Current Year

More than 685 hocks of Jewish
interest published in the U. S.,
Israel and Great Britain during
the year ended May 1965, are list-
ed and briefly described in Vol-
ume 23 of the Jewish Book Annual,
published this week by the Jewish
Book Council of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board.
Among the articles included in
the Jewish Book Annual are "Mar-
tin Buber," by Maurice Friedman;
"Books in the Land of the Book,"
by Pinchas E. Lapide; "The Jews
in Russia: A Select Listing," by
Philip Goodman; "Jewish Music
Literature," by Irene Heskes; "The
Jewish Division of the New York
Public Library," by Abraham Ber-
ger; "Yiddish Literature in Israel,"
by Sol Liptzin; "Jewish Codes," by
Samuel K. Mirsky; "Historical Fic-
tion on Jewish Themes: A Select
Listing," by Harold U. Ribalow,
and "Moshe Feinstein: 1896-1964,"
by Eisig Silberschlag.
Literary anniversaries are

The brother of the Shah of
Iran will lead his country's team
to the Seventh World Maccabiah
Games in Tel Aviv, Israel, Aug.

themes of the following articles:
"Sholem Aleichem Fifty Years
21 31.
Later," by B. Z. Goldberg; "Maha-
ram of Lublin," by Menahem G.
Enlarged Facilities To Serve You
Glenn; "Graetz' Structuring of Jew-
Better
ish History," by Solomon Grayzel;
"Leo Pinsker and His Literary
5,1
Contributions," by Herbert Parzen;
"Since 1927"
"Jacob Glatstein," by Aaron Glanz-
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Humorous Titles
in 'How to Shoot
a Jewish Western'

Alfred A. May, prominent attor-
ney, has been named public ad-
ministrator for Wayne County.
Amram Ducovny has compiled a
State Deputy Attorney General ^—ies of photographs and h a s
Irving Feldman presented him with • written catchy titles for each to
make his book, "How to Shoot a
Jewish Western," a veritable west-
ern movie in book form. The back
page query by the cowboy, "Nu,
how'd you like the movie?", justi-
fies the text.
Issued by Chelsea House Pub-
lishers (222 W. 23rd, NY) and dis-
tributed by Crown Publishers (419 -
Park S., NY 16), this unique book-
let has many clever titles. There
is the natural "L'Chayim, pard-
ners," towards the end of the film-
book, and an earlier wine offering
titled "Manischewitz!"
During a bout with an Indian,
the chap on the ground threatened
with a knife exclaims: "Enough . .
I'll increase my donation to the
ALFRED A. MAY
UJA."
Then there is the search for
the credentials at ceremonies at
a criminal and an offer of a re-
his offices in the First National
ward, the title stating: "Sam,
Building.
this looks like a case for the
May is president of the Detroit
Anti-Defamation Le ague." And
Round Table of Catholics, Jews and
the resentment against a slur by
Protestants; a trustee of Mary-
a cowgirl who declares: "Who
grove College and of Kirkwood
said my gefilte fish is lousy?"
Hospital; a member of the Wayne
Some titles are corny, like the
County Board of Supervisors and
a former FBI agent. He is active in one "who's minding the store?"
the Allied Jewish Campaign and but others have touches of good
humor and genuine entertainment.
Temple Beth El and has visited
There is the one of the girl who
Israel several times.
jumps on a horse already saddled
with a cowboy and the explanation
Harvard Row to Carry is: "Well, Selma finally got a
husband."
Deluxe Dinty Moore
"Mazel Tov, Tex", "Shalom,
With the announcement of a redmen" "You can't trust the
Dinty Moore Delicatessen sched- chopped liver in Tombstone,"
uled for the new Harvard Row "Smile when you call me a kibit-
Shopping Center at Eleven Mile zer," and other titles help make
and L a h s e r Rds. in Southfield, this a hilarious booklet.
Michigan's sole "chain" delicates-
sen operation will now number Jewish Center Sponsors
four operating units.
Domestic Peace Corps
Dinty Moore, Inc., is the creation
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
of three young Detroiters, David Jewish community center here is
Raben, 28; Earle Mostyn, 26; and sponsoring a teenage social service
Donald Schaefer, 30.
corps for Jewish boys and girls
Raben and Mostyn, the origi-
who have completed the tenth
nal members of the group, start- grade.
ed thre years ago with their first
The corps will be limited to 30
Dinty Moore opening at 15642 young people, who will be given
West Seven Mile.
the opportunity to put into practice
Since then, they've opened deli- Jewish values learned at home and
catessens at 18277 Wyoming and in religious school. They will work
with 30 other youths recruited by
4077 West Maple.
Their Harvard Row restaurant the minister or civic association
will be the largest unit in the in the "poverty pocket" to which
chain, designed to accommodate they will be assigned after com-
130 diners and featuring deluxe pleting orientation sessions. Two
fixtures and decorator-designed in- students from Howard University's
Graduate School of Social Work
terior.
will serve as advisers.
Harvard Row itself is now under
construction. It will be an enclosed
When we have not what we love,
mall center with year-around cli- we must love what we have. —
mate control.
Bussy-RabUtin.
Developer Jack Shenkman said
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
the center should open late this
•Friday,. August- 27, 1965-29
fall.

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