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October 16, 1959 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-16

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THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS—Fr iday, October 16, 1959-44

The uburban Community

In the Fall, 2 Young Men's
Thoughts Ligh tly Turn to • •

I Southfield Hadassah Fetes Sukkot
Mrs. Stanley Aaron, social
two-week
ar
Cu l m inating

Simcha Nursery

to Stress Music

ivneg aSouthfield group
of South. Oakland County Chap-
ter of Hadassah will hold a
member-bring-a-member, c a f e-
style, dessert luncheon meeting
at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the
10 Mile Jewish Center.
Highlighting the Sukkot fes-
tival, the program will feature
Mrs. Reuven Frankel and danc-
ers in Israeli Harvest dances.
Mrs. Frankel will perform on
the halil.
Mrs. Maurice Schiller, South
Oakland County Hadassah pres-
ident, will give the invocation,
and Mrs. Reuben Bienstock,
Southfield group president, will
extend greetings.
The meeting has been plan-
ned by Mrs. George Canvasser,
program chairman, assisted by

A new type of nursery school,
highlighting music appreciation,
ously vanished, it was time for rhythm band and baton-twirling
By the Oak-Woodser
showdown. •
Outside of big boys, little
has been organized at Cong.
"Those boys are up to some- Shaarey Shomayim, 14200 W.
boys can get into more trouble
than any other kind of people! thing" was the consensus.
10 Mile in Oak Park, under the
It was night now, and two direction of Mrs. David Holtz-
To this verity will attest the
parents of two young brothers drowsy youngsters were man.
Known as the Simcha Music
—ages eight and nine—who soundly asleep, but in the
hold claim to many distinctions morning a couple of fidgety Center and Nursery, the school
brothers
squirmed
under
has morning and afternoon
in their young lives.
Chief among these is a repu- questions posed by a pair of
••••""":"": classes for
boys and girls,
tation, in the suburban com- examiners, grown expert
through
a
constant
battle
of
aged 21/2 to
munity where they live, of be-
wits.
.
ing do-gooders who have an un-
Where
were
the
missing
pro-
canny and unhappy knack of be-
Beginnin g
visions? What happened to the
coming do-badders.
sessions last
The latest incident began fruit and the three bags of nuts
week, the
and
where,
indeed,
were
the
with comparative mildness only
nursery s t i 11
wooden
boards
dad
had
bought
a few days ago, with the falling
has several
-to
put
up
shelves
in
the
storage
of the autumn leaves. Our two
openings, ac-
young brothers, turned collec- closet?
cording to
A trip to the backyard was in
tors, seemingly had raked the
Mrs. Holtzman Mrs. H o 1 t z-
leaves from every lawn on the order. And there, almost hidden man, who is a graduate of the
from
sight
between
the
fence
Detroit Conservatory of Music
street into their yard.
and the porch enclosure, was a
This was chalked up, as crude wooden sham strewn with and a former student at Wayne
State University.
usual, to a boyhood prank— leaves.
Known prominently in the
a bit annoying but none-the-
A blanket (that hadn't even community, Mrs. Holtzman has
less harmless. Besides, who been missed by morn and dad)
should discourage the ap- was turned aside, and there; directed musical plays for the
preciation of multi-colored strung from the wooden boards Adas Shalom Sisterhood, and
splendor by a couple of bud- which comprised the half-open has directed both the Bnai Brith
and Hadassah choral groups.
ding horticulturalists.
roof, were pieces of fruit, while
The next couple of days were more fruit and the bags of nuts She also has served as an in-
structor at several camps in
quiet — uncommonly hushed — rested on shelves.
Michigan.
and prevading the atmosphere
"This is our sukkah, mom,"
Aside from musical program-
was a feeling that something chirped Mr. Nine. "Yeh, this
ming, the Simcha Nursery of-
was about to happen.
is our sukkah, dad," parroted fers painting, baking with real
Not too much thought was Mr. Eight.
dough, arts and crafts and
given when company came over
There are times when it's al-
One evening, and all the fruit most pleasant having two young dramatics. Children learn Jew-
ish ceremonials and are taught
was gone from the refrigerator. boys around the house.
from '50 to 100 Hebrew words.
Just the normal appetite of a
Transportation is provided at
couple of healthy youngsters.
a
slight
extra charge. For in-
English
Gets
Priority
But when supplies from dad's
formation, call Mrs. Holtzman
work bench turned up missing
at Hebrew Academy at LI 3-4688.
and three packages of nuts for
Priority is given to the Eng-
mom's honey cakes mysteri-
lish part of the curriculum at
the Hebrew Academy of Oak
Park, revealed supervisor Rabbi
We Remodel
Jacob Levi to parents at the
Any Suit to the New school's opening PTA meeting.
In celebration of United Na-
The reason for this, he said, tions Month, the Sisterhood of
Continental Model !
is so that theoretically a child Temple Emanu-El will dramati-
Men's and Ladies'
may be transferred into the cally review accomplishments of
public school system at any the UN at a meeting planned
Clothing
time without suffering set- for 1:30 p.m., Monday, in the
Alterations a Specialty!
backs. In actual cases cited, temple, 14450 W. 10 Mile, Oak
Come In and See Our
the child either remained at Park.
his Hebrew Academy level, or
Fine Selection of Brand
"The Story of Interdepend- -
was placed half a grade higher. ence," a documentary play writ-
Name Overcoats, Top-
New PTA appointments to ten by Blythe Morley, daughter
coats, Suits, Sports
the board announced at the of writer Christopher Morley
meeting were:
Coats and Slacks
for presentation before the U.S.
Mrs. Benno Levi, program National Commission for
co-chairman; Mrs. Morris Flatt, UNESCO, will be presented by
TUXEDO RENTALS
Mrs. Stanley Sherman and Mrs. Sisterhood members.
Perfect Individual Fitting
Levi, fund raising; Mrs. Peter
Taken from factual material,
Weiss, hospitality chairman; the play is based on first-hand
Mrs. Seymour Ribiat, Mrs. Alex accounts of the accomplish-
Ungar, Mrs. Sholom Flam, Mrs. ments made by the UN from
TAILORS, CLOTHIERS
Joseph Gittleman and Mrs. World War II to the present.
& CLEANERS
Harry Mirvis, room mothers.
The story unfolds through a
narrator, film strips and the
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Adapted by Mrs. Eli Gross,
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with assistance from Mrs. Mau-
rice Reizen, the play will fea-
ture the following cast: Mrs.
Robert Zell, narrator, and Mes-
dames Harold Gelman, Harry
Jacobson, Herbert Josephson,
Arthur Kneip, Albert Lieber-
man, Maurice Reizen and Jack
Dublin. Mrs. Gross also is di-
recting the presentation.
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The Sisterhood of Cong. Bnai
Moshe will hold an oneg shab-
bat at the home of Mrs. Louis
Kepes, 14511 Ludlow, Oak Park,
at 2:30 p.m., Saturday.
A skit, "The Talking Greeting
Card," will be given under the
direction of Mrs. Moses Lehr-
man, oneg shabbat chairman.
Participants will be Mesdames
Jay Ormos, narrator, Seymour
Fried, Oscar Spilkin and Sol
Grand. The women's choral
group will assist Cantor Louis
Klein in a group of songs.

chairman, Mrs. Sidney Fried-
man, and Mrs. Al Eichner, mem-
ber s h i p o chairman, and the
Southfield group board mem-
bers who will act as hostesses.

Simcha Musk Center

Cong. Shaarey Shomayim
Mrs. David Holtzman, Director

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