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February 18, 1966 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-18

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Bargman Midrasha Institute Talks
to Focus on 'World of the Pharisees'

Weinberg-Linovitz
Betrothal Announced

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MISS FRANCINE WEINBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weinberg of
Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Francine to Seymour
William Linovitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Linovitz of Balfour
Ave., Oak Park.
Mr. Linovitz is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of engineering and is a member
of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.

"The World of the Pharisees"
will be the theme of the 10th an-
nual Institute of the Midrasha, a
series of four lectures to be held
in March at the Esther Berman
Building, United Hebrew Schools.
The Mina and Theodore Bargman
Memorial Lectures will be held
March 10, 16, 24 and 30. Although
the series is traditionally held on
four consecutive Wednesday eve-
nings, this year, to avoid other
conflicting dates, two of the
lectures will be held on Thursdays.
Opening the series will be Dr.
Gershon Cohen, professor of his-
tory at Columbia University and
Jewish Theological Seminary.
Others will be Dr. Avraham
H o 1 t z, assistant professor of
modern Hebrew literature, Jewish
Theological Seminary — Teachers
Institute; Dr. Samuel Sandmel,
provost, Hebrew Union College —
Jewish Institute of Religion and
professor of Bible and Hellenistic

Alcalay's Hebrew
Dictionary Has
120 000 Entries

,

Melave Malkah to Aid
Los Angeles Academy

A melave malkah is planned by
friends of the West Coast Talmu-
dical Academy 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at Northwest Young Israel Center.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Simcha S. Wasserman, former
dean of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and currently director of the West
Coast Academy in Los Angeles.

The 2,883-page "Complete He-
brew-English Dictionary" by Reu-
ben Alcalay, published by Prayer
Book Press (410 Asylum St., Hart-
ford) has 120,000 words. These
entries include 20,000 new words
that were gathered by the Hebrew
Language Academy in Israel.
The review, in last week's Jew-
ish News, erroneously stated in the
headline that there were 12,000
words in the dictionary.

$120,000 Bonds Bought at Sponsor. Fete

At the Israel Bond sponsor re-enrollment luncheon, held in the
Great Lakes Club, which resulted in $120,000 in Israel Bond sub-
scriptions, are from left, Mesdames Philip Hellman, Charles Milan,
Joseph Katchke, and Morris L. Schaver, Women's Division chairman;
Theodore Bikel, guest of honor; Mrs. David Pollack, luncheon chair-
man; Mrs. Louis M. Elliman and Mrs. Max Stollman. Bikel was
honored with an award in recognition of his efforts on behalf of
Israel and Israel Bonds. The record-breaking affair, attended by
nearly • 100 persons, opened the 1966 Israel Bond Women's. Division
campaign. Bikel pinned paid "Chai," Negev and National Sponsors
of Israel with the 1966 sponsor emblems designed by the noted
artist-sculptor Chaim Gross. Bikel is starring in the musical "Pousse
Cafe" at the Fisher.

Try and Stop Me

By BENNETT CERF

A BEGGAR KNOCKED on the door of a New England
.C3- farmhouse, whining that he hadn't eaten for two days.
The lady of the house marched him straight to the wood-
shed where there was a
pile of uncut lumber. "Do
you see that wood?" she
asked. "Yeah," whimper..
ed the beggar. "I seen it."
"You should say, 'I saw
it,"' the New England
matron reproved him.
The beggar straightened
tip and declared, "Lady,
you saw me see it, but
you ain't going to see me

saw it:" • • •

To join in Broadway col- 2-26
tmmist Louis Sobol's new
game, you've got to rename
sports celebrities with something with which they're identified—
like Sandy Curvefax, Joe Kneemath, Floored Patterson, or Jimmy
Brawn. Want to play?

CAMPUS CUT-UPS:



• •

From Tulane.:
'9Dr. Watson, you're still wearing you-r winter underwear."
"Incredible, Holmes! However did you deduce that?"
"Elementary, old chap. You forgot to put on your pants."

From Wayne:

Mistress: "Land's sake, Gloria, where's the canary?"
Gloria: "I dunno, mum. It was there when I started cleaning
the cage with the vacuum cleaner!"

C 1966, by Bennett Cerf. Distributed by King Features

gyndic4te.

literature; and Dr. Meyer S.
Feldblum, professor of Talmudic
literature, Yeshiva University,
Bernard Revel Graduate School
and rosh yeshiva at the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Sem-
inary of Yeshiva University.
The series is open to the pub-
lic at no charge, but advance
registration is necessary. For in-
formation, call the United Hebrew
Schools, DI 1-3407.

LETTER BOX

Katz Describes Early
Zionist Activities Here

Editor, The Jewish News:
I have read with a great deal
of interest the story in last week's
issue of The Jewish News about
the Kadimah Zionist Society which
was organized in Detroit in 1908.
As you suspected, however, this
was not the first Zionist group
in Detroit. The beginnings of Zion-
ist activities in our city go back
to 1897 when the American Fed-
eration of Zionists (now the Zion-
ist Organization of America) came
into being. In that year an organ-
ization called the United Zionists
of Detroit was organized. I am
reproducing below an article which
appeared in the Oct. 9, 1903, is-
sue of the Jewish American, De-
troit's first English-Jewish weekly.
IRVING I. KATZ,
Executive Secretary
Temple Beth El

THE UNITED ZIONISTS OF DETROIT

The United Zionists of Detroit have
instituted a course of Friday evening
lectures at the Talmud Torah Hall, at
47 Division Street, beginning this eve-
ning and continuing throughout the sea-
son. each lecture will be followed by
an address by Dr. Joseph Beisman on
Jewish History. Admission is free, and
the public is invited.
Herewith is given a detailed program
of the addresses to be delivered:
October 9, 1903 — The Mission of the
Jew. Mr. Ben Jacobson.
October 16 — The Jewish People. Mr.
Louis J. Rosenberg.
October 23 — Karl Emil Franzos and
His Writings. Dr. N. E. Aronstam.
October 30 — Debate: Resolved, That
the Basel Congress Accepted Great
Britain's offer.
November 6 — Moses Maimonides and
Moses Mendelssohn. Dr. J. B. Baruch.
November 13 — Whither Are We
Drifting? Mr. William Friedman.
November 20 — Jewish Journalism.
Mr. Emanuel T. Berger.
November 27 — Debate: Resolved,
That a True Zionist Makes a True
American Citizen.
December 4 — Zionism: Why and
Wherefore, Mr. L. H. Wolff.
December 11 — The Young Jew. Mr.
Chas. S. Simons.
December 18 — The Russian Jews in
the United States. Mr. L. Smilansky.
December 25 — Debate: Resolved,
That Zionism is Practicable.
January 1, 1904 — The Jewish Educa-
tional System. Dr. J. B. Baruch.
January 8 — The Jewish Dietary Laws
From a Medical Standpoint. Dr. N. E.
Aronstam.
January 15 — Why Does Prejudice
Exist? Dr. Louis Hirschman.
January 22 — Hygiene and Sanitation
FrOm A Talmudic Standpoint. Dr. J. B.
Baruch.
January 29 — Debate: Resolved, That
Zionism and Jewish Religion are Dis-
tinct and Different From Each Other.
February 5 — The Jew as a Phil-
anthropist. Mr. Bernard Ginsburg.
February 12 — The Jewish Charities.
Mr. D. W. Simons.
February 19 — How to Unite the
Orthodox Congregations. Mr. Wm. Saul-
son.
February 26 — Debate: Resolved, That
Zionism Necessitates a Knowledge of
JeNVish History.
March 4 — Palestine vs. Uganda. Mr.
S. Fishbain.
March 11 — Jewish-Jargon Drama. Mr.
L. Smilansky.
March 18 — A Jewish Bard. Dr. N. E.
Aronstam.
March 25 — Debate: Resolved, That
Judaism Means Jewish Religion.
IRVING I. KATZ,
Executive Secretary
Temple Beth El

Business Briefs

By Sid Shmarak

Ben, Harry and Sam Boxman of
BOXMAN BROS. Kosher Meat and
Poultry this week announced that
they are merging with brothers
Oscar and Frank of BOXMAN'S
Kosher Meats and Poultry located
on 7 Mile at Greenfield, and all
will continue to serve the commun-
ity at their present location, 13515
W. 7 Mile, between Hartwell and
Schaefer. For delivery, call UN 4-
9054.

Elaine Platt to Marry
Mr. Sabbota in August

Brevities

The Art Education Alumni As-
sociation of Wayne State Univer-
sity will offer to the public its
annual ART EXHIBIT at the Corn-
munity Arts Building, Cass and
Kirby. George A. M. Gelberman is
vice-president in charge of the
exhibit. Opening reception is
scheduled for Sunday, from 2:30-5
and the show will be on through
March 9. The public is invited.
* * *
JOSE GRECO and his company
of Spanish dancers, singers and
musicians make their annual visit
to Detroit Feb. 26, when they pre-
sent an electrifying all-new pro-
duction at Masonic Auditorium.
The company of 25 artists, many-
of whom have never been seen be-
fore in America, has been selected
from the foremost delineators of
Flamenco and Gypsy dance in
Spain.
* * *
In addition to the dancing of the
90-member ROMANIAN FOLK
BALLET which comes to Detroit's
Masonic Auditorium for three per-
formances, Feb. 18, 19, 20, the folk
orchestra and folk singers will
demonstrate the folk songs which
today, as always, are a vital part
of everyday life in Romania.
* * *
Presently featured at the GRAPH-
ICA GALLERY, 109 W. Warren,
are the works of French artist
Brigette Coudrain, well known for
her print-making and book illus-
tration. Working iii colored aqua-
tints of biomorphic forms and mi-
niatures seldom exceeding a two
inch square, her style is remini-
scent of the medieval illuminators
in its detailed precision. Following
the same pattern of subject mat-
ter as Chagall, her work includes
some commentaries on love, illus-
trations of the Old Testament, the
fables of Fontaine, and Daphnis
and Chloe. This is the first time a
collection of her work has appeal-
ed in this country.

MISS ELAINE PLATT

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Platt
of Rosemary Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Elaine to Harvey P. Sab-
bota, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Sabbota of Hilton Rd., Southfield.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of education. Mr. Sabbota, also a
graduate of Wayne, is a sophomore
at the Chicago College of Osteo-
pathy, and is affiliated with Lamb-
da Omicron Gamma Fraternity.
An August wedding is planned.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 18, 1966-27

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