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August 13, 1971 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 13, 1971-15

MARK

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by E. F. Bleiler.
The other paperback, "Peter
Piper's Practical Principles of
Pronunciation,"
pay for it (SMACK!) A baseball Francis "Copyright 1933" edition, Plain and Perfect prefatory
note by
Resort to dialects to portray
appears with a
been
issued
with
a
new
intro-
has
"
Jews of the East Side of New fighter you'll grow opp, maybe.
LeRoy
Phillips.—P.S.
and
bibliographical
note
duction

Milt Gross' Exaggerations' Republished

York was greatly resented at one From the street come in iceman
time. There was a time when the from Brooklyn, who complains,
" be
well
t eas
stage dialect was an offshoot of << Wow! Dis zis gittin
racket. I'm tinkin' o' trowin' away
mimicry.
Milt Gross' resort to dialect, me pick and buyin' a nutcracker
however, mirrored life among im- —an' a sugar tongs." An Italian
migrants. The language he utilized street peddler hollars, "I gotta
described the immigrant, and the . . . honions . .. stringa binz . . .
. grappa frootz . . .
speenich
interpretive cartoons of the skill- You
like maybe nice carrotz?"
ful artist of the 1920s served to
"He Done Her Wrong" com-
delight and to entertain.
mences, in the Dover reprint, with
Milt Gross' "Nize Baby" became an introduction by Stephen Becker
a password and his stories and who pays honor to the eminent
pictures were, in their day, the cartoonist-columnist as "infinitely
best sellers.
more than a great guy; he com-
Dover Publications has reissued bined a brilliant career with ab-
two Gross books—"Nize Baby" solute honesty, unvarying mod-
and "He Done Her Wrong." The esty and generosity to all men.
latter was subtitled "The Great No ego, no tantrums, no feuds.
American Novel , . . And Not a Just Milt Gross,"
Word in It—No Music, Too."
In "He Done Her Wrong," in-
He wrote a column, "Gross Ex- fluenced by his experiences in
aggerations," and "Nize Baby" Hollywood where he worked for
is primarily the set of excerpts a time with Charlie Chaplin, Gross
from these columns. He por- created a zany cartoon epic—com-
trayed the imaginary East Side plete with "silent hero," sweet he-
apartment house, "First Floor," roine, villain, the big city, the
"Second Floor" and "Third Floor" home in the woods, the long-
as carrying on a running com- lost rich father and many other
mentary. From the third floor, too, familiar elements. The result is
comes Isidor's father, saying pure Milt Gross, drawn in his
(SMACK!) pay for it. A baseball highly individual style that ex-
ha? (SMACK!) Wot I gotta presses motion, animation and ac-
tion almost as well as a motion

picture.

* * *
From Dover Publications come
reprints in handy paperbacks of
two children's favorites — the
Mother Goose and Peter Piper
selections.
"Mother Goose's Melodies," fac-
simile edition of the Munroe and

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Scribner's Issues
Study of Brandeis

A study of Louis Brandeis, one
of the most important figures in
the history of American reform,
"A Mind of One Piece" by Melvin
Urofsky, editor of the Brandeis
letters, will be published by
Charles Scribner's Sons on Aug.
16.
Urofsky's theme "is to show how
seamless life and thought were in
this man, how closely action and
philosophy could be related in a
single personality." He explores
the different facets of Brandeis'
career, as reformer, Zionist, ad-
visor to Woodrow Wilson and Su-
preme Court justice, and shows
how they were tied together by
principles that Brandeis subscribed
to both in his private and public
life—individual freedom, a hatred
of bigness and a faith in the effi-
cacy of compromise, facts and
rationality.

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ahead!

Work Begun on Helfaer
Jewish Service Center

Fun tt Excitement
August 26, 27, 28
Thurs., Fri., Sat.

Ventriloquist Will Hatch
and Chester Mouse

Thurs. & Fri. 12, 3 & 5 p.m.

Irene Burns

Thurs. & Fri. 2, 4 & 6 p.m.
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Sat. Only

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YOUR FRIENDLY rIARVARD . ROW MERCHANTS

Belle Jacob Wig Shop
Burton's Gal
Charlotte's, Inc.
David's Ladies' Shoes
DiResa Hair Fashions
Empress Gardens Cononese Rest.

Farmer Jack's
Haber Cleaners
H. R. Barber Solon
H R. Kosher Meats 8 Poultry
Jerome's Tots "n' Teens Shoes

Jewel Bakery

Jules' Doneson Travel Agency

Matter Furs
Margo's Children's Shoppe

Mark Pharmacy
Maris Happen Clothier
National Bank of Southfield
George Ohrenstein, C.M.W. & Jeweler
Onginal Esquire Rest, & Deli.

Parisian Fashions
Petal Pushers ( Florist)
Toggery of Harvard Row

Warren Optical Co.



MILWAUKEE (JTA)—Work has
begun on the new Evan and Mary
Helfaer Community Service Build-
ing which will be part of the new
Jewish community service com-
plex. which will serve as the center
for state and community Jewish
activities. It will include the re-
modeled Jewish Community Center
and the new facility for the Mil-
waukee Jewish Home for the Aged.
The new Community Service
Building, which was made possible
by a gift of more than $1,000,000
from Evan P. Halfaer, is named
and will
for Helfaer and his wife,
!I house agencies now located in
various parts of the city, including
the Milwaukee Jewish Federation,
the regional office of the Anti-De-
famation L e a g u e, Bnai Brith,
Bnai Brith youth organizations,
the Jewish Family and Children's
S e r v i c e and the Jewish Voca-
tional Service. Helfaer is the form-
er owner and president of Lakeside
Laboratories.

\

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from religious conviction.—Pascal. 1

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