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October 01, 1965 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-01

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At Groundbreaking for Glazer School Yiddish Invades
American Humor

At the groundbreaking ceremonies for the B. Benedict Glazer
Public School, last week, many prominent people in the community
joined in paying tribute to the memory of the late rabbi of Temple
Beth El whose name is being honored by the Board of Education with
a new school building. Construction has begun on the structure, to be
located from 12th to 14th Streets and Ford and LaBelle Streets.
Among those at the groundbreaking were (from left) Sidney J.
Karbel, Leonard N. Simons, Mark Glazer, son of the late Dr. Glazer;
Ada (Mrs. B. Benedict) Glazer, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Tickton (in back-
ground) and Dr. and Mrs. Max Winslow.

For years Borscht Belt come-
dians (those who worked the cir-
cuit of hotels in New York's Cat-
skill Mountains) used accents, ges-
tures and usages whose origins are
directly traceable to Yiddish. These
same comedians have now moved
out of the Catskills and into Bev-
erly Hills, and, according to the
current issue of Esquire Magazine,
their reliance on Yiddish and Yid-
dishisms has now become not only
a comic style, but the prevailing
comic style.
The article is appropriately en-
t i t l e d "The Yiddishization of
American Humor," written by the
humorist, Wallace Markfield.
Comics cited for their mastery
of the idiom are Jackie Mason,
Jack Carter, Jan Murray, Jack E.
Leonard, Buddy Hackett and Sid
Caesar.
Esquire's author claims (he ad-
mits he can't prove it) that the
Jewish comic style has invaded'
Madison Avenue advertising agen-
cies, too. Such slogans as "Fresh-
er than this there isn't" (for a
well-known cream cheese) and
"With soap it's loaded" have a
definite Yiddish ring to them. And
certainly, who could deny that
"Dress British—Think Yiddish" re-
sembles "Think British—Think By-
ford."

Men's Clubs

HILLEL

DAY SCHOOL DADS
CLUB will hold its first general
meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
school. There will be an address by
the Headmaster Rabbi Simon Mur-
ciano, and Dr. Harry Maisel, first
vice president, will outline activi-
ties of the club for the coming
year, which include Sunday morn-
ing touch football games.
* * *
OAK PARK MASONS will hold
its second "Steam and Stag" night
8 p.m. Oct. 30 at the Stanley
Steamer. The lodge will take over
the entire building that night for
dinner, refreshments and prizes.
Friends are invited. Special con-
sideration will be given to mem-
bers who have donated blood to
the blood bank in the past several
months. For information and tick-
ets, call Leon Forman, LI 5-6471.

Project Reports, Film Set
by City of Hope Couples

Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Silber, 14511 Rosemary, Oak
Park.
Initial tabulation of the proceeds
of the leukemia letters, the group's
annual fund-raising project, will
be made, and movies showing activ-
ities of the City of Hope medical
hospital will be shown. A social
evening will follow.

T NGrant

INCORPORATED

*

TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB
will hold an informal dance at no
charge to members 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the temple. Chairman is
Jack S. Cooper.

20010 James Couzerts Drive
Detroit-35, Michigan
_„

When drink enters, wisdom de-
parts.
Amer. proverb.

It's a silly fish that is caught
twice with the same bait — Amer.
proverb.

Glorpewetat/fraces..,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 1, 1965-21

Ph o n e: 342-5666

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