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December 09, 1960 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-09

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Community Maps Plans for Traditional
Pageantry in Celebration of Hanuk

Pageantry and traditional hol-
iday foods will mark the Hanu-
kah festivities slated by the
Jewish C e n t e r, the Hayim
Greenberg School, the Oak Park
Hebrew Academy and the
Young Israel Center of Oak-
The kindergarten game room
at the Jewish Center will hold
a party for all five-year-olds 9:30
a.m. and 1 p.m. Thursday with
refreshments, songs, games and
Latkes will be featured at the
Center Health Club's "Lots-o-
Latkes" party Saturday. Sid
Gewirtz will lead Israeli singing
and dancing to, the music of the
Varsity Four.
,Jewish Parents Institute
Adults at the Center will be or-

ganized into four teams for a
giant Maccabiad Sunday, and
each club will hold its own
Hanukah party on Dec. 18.
The Center Mothers Clu
annual Hanukah Ball wil
held 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17 wit
Weiner and his orchestr Pro
ceeds will go to the All
ish Campaign.
The Center Culture
Golden "Friendship Cir
hold its celebration Dec. 2
NCJW-Center Lounge will ho
Cantor Nicholas. Fenakel on
Wednesday. The Evening Cul-
tural Group will hold its affair
Dec. 22 and the Young at Heart
Lounge . (Ten Mile Branch)
party will be held Dec. 19.
All classes at the Hayim
Greenberg Center will partici-

pate in
1 dren's
p.m. D
1 in the
s L. Sch.
e progr
will include
sketches, o ances, recitations and
singing by th
1 cho -
Parents and gues
dren o
five years old ar
The nursery
en's cele-
bration will be h
1:30 p.m.
Dec. 16 at the
m Greenberg
School head
rters. Refresh-
ments will be served and the
.T.A. will give each s

The Hebrew Academy of Oak
Park will present its Hanukah
pageant with 70 youngsters par-
ticipating 1:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods. The kindergartners of
the school will take part in "The
Living Menorah," planned and
supervised by Mrs. E. Jaffe,
kindergarten teacher.
All other grade levels will
participate in the musical dra-
matization "The Song of Ages,"
the dedication of the Activities, a
n original play written by Mrs.
I I srael Flam and Rabbi Meyer
Sol I. Stein, president of the Lieberson. The theme of the
congregation, has named Mrs.' p lay is based on the "Rock of
Samuel B. Danto and Harry L. ! Ages." The play dramatizes each
Pliskow as chairman of arrange- o f the seven verses of the song.
meets for the birthday Sabbath
The music portion of the pro-
committee. Mrs. PliSkew is in g ram is under the direction of
charge of the social hour.
Mrs. Raiselle Snow. Rabbi N.
Several out - of - town guests H ayward is in charge of the
are expected here for the ser- d rama. The program is open to
vice, including Rabbi Fram's t he public. Refreshments and a
brother and his wife, Mr. and s oeial hour will follow the show.
Mrs. Philip Fram, of Montreal, I The Young Israel Center of
a niece, Mrs. Nat Silverstein, of 0 ak-Woods Hebrew school fin-
Los Angeles, and a nephew, v ites children of the junior con-
Milton Albert, his wife and gi
gregation, youth activities pro-
daughter, of Baltimore.
ram and children of the com-
All members of the commun- m unity-at-large to join them for
ily and friends of Dr. Fram a film presentation in honor of
are being invited to participate Hanukah 11 a.m. Sunday. Ad-
in the birthday celebration.
mission is free. The congrega-
tion's sisterhood will hold a
Classified ads bring fast results! Hanukah meeting on Dec. 21.

Bnai Moshe Sisterhood Celebrates
cheon Monday

Cong. Bnai Mos
will hold its annua donor
luncheon noon Monday the
synagogue's Rossman Hall, Oak
Park, resident Mrs.
g th
t are Mrs.
oth, c irman, and Mrs.
iddleman, co-chairman.
ghting the program vv .
be a fashion show, introd
Mrs. Seymour Frie
chairman. Mo
be sister-
hood m

eservations, call Mrs.
sberg, VE 5-9920, or
the syna
ue office, LI 8-9000.



ames Party

is Jewish Congregation
give a games party. 9 p.m.
aturday at the synagogue,
Seven Mile Rd. at Osmus. Re-
freshments will be served. For
information, call GR 4-9240, or
GR 4-3904.


Dr. Bamberger Gives Temple Israel
Sermon,TonightinDr.Fram s Honor

Dr. Bernard J. Bamberger,
president of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis,
will occupy the pulpit of
Temple Israel
at Sabbath
E v e Services
planned f o r
He will be
in Detroit to
join with,
members of it
Temple Israel
and the corn-
munity in hon-
oring Dr. Leon
Fram, found-
ing rabbi of
the temple, on
his 65th birth-
The service
will climax
"Leon Fram Dr. Bamberber
Day" in Detroit, proclaimed by
Mayor Louis C . Miriani, as
Rabbi Fram receives the key to
the city and a resolution citing
his 35 years of service to the
Dr. Bamberger will deliver
the sermon on- the subject "The
Realities of Reform Judaism."
Rabbi NI. Robert Syme, co-rabbi
with Dr. Fram at Temple Israel,
will conduct the Sabbath ser-
Both Dr. Bamberger and
Rabbi Fram had their roots in
Baltimore, where Rabbi Barn-
berger was born and where Dr.
Fram was brought when he was
five years old. Both were or-
dained at Hebrew Union College.
As a birthday gift from
Temple Israel, Rabbi Fram is
being given a round trip to
Israel. It is to be part of the
charter trip to Israel by Re-
form rabbis for the dedica-
tion, next year, of the Nelson
Glueck Archaeological School
in Jerusalem.
The service for Dr. Fram will
be followed by a reception in
the temple's Leon Fram Hall,
named for the rabbi in 1957 at

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Adas Shalom Religious
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Program for Hanukah

Adas Shalom Religious School
will present its Hanukah pro-
gram 10 a.m. and noon Dec.
18 in the social hall.
This year's program will open
with the mass candle-lighting
ceremony and will be followed
by the playlet "A Miracle for
Hanukah," written by Helen
Fine, and presented by the
sixth grade. The program will
include community singing and
the "Latke Making Song" to be
performed by the kindergarten
and the first grade.
All classes have been busy
studying the story, customs and
ceremonies of Hanukah.
Each child will be given a
dreidel and a box of candles.
Also, each class has been plan-
ning a Hanukah party.

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