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December 16, 1960 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-16

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° Big Plans Afoot Rabbi Frain Expresses Gratitude
to Congregation of Temple Israel
for Teenagers
ca at Jewish Center

tO

Features Original Hanukah Service Cantata

music. Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum,
the congregation's spiritual lead-
er, prepared the verse and narra-
tion.
Mrs. Stutz will direct the 58-
voice choir in the presentation.
A specially composed service will
be read by Mark Dublin, Jan
Jospey and William Sachs of the
Russian Jew Loses
outh Group. An Oneg Shabat
e Esther Katzman Hall will
Chess Champio
the service.
By HAROLD U. ItIB
cantata was performed
e egrap
(Copyright, 1960, Jew
unday night at St. John's
Agenc
c.)
The Unite • tates team came
opal Church, Royal Dak.
the final st
ings
in second
zig,
• ss Olympics
of .the
East r -rmany.
T America
nion.
the Soy'
up
COAL & OIL CO.
worl
khail Tail,
Serving Detroit
e
a long
and anoth r
Homes and Industry
at-
o ewish titlehol rs, was
for Over 45 Years
elev-
or the first t . e in t
e
lost to
ei and final round.
British
Jo `i an Penrose,
cha ' i n.

Temple Emanu-El will hold a
special Sabbath of Hanukah
service '7:45 p.m. today featuring
a newly-composed cantata, "The
First Hanukah,"
Mrs. Albert M. Stutz, director
of the junior choir, wrote the

A big winter vacation pro-
gram has been planned for Jew-
ish Center juniors, tweens and
E
e)
teens.
c.)
Teens will visit Toronto, Dec.
23-26, for an inter-city confer-
ence of Canadian and Detroit
JCCs at the Toronto YM-YWHA;
c ...
Chicago, Dec. 26-28, for a return
I visit to the Max Straus Center,
. and Toledo. Dec. 29, for a Teen,
Varsity - Toledo JCC basketball
w game.
Center teens and tweens will
visit Olympia, Dec. 29, to see the
Pistons and the St. Louis Hawks
play. Tweens will hold a Prom-
■ -z o-Rama, Dec. 24, with continen-
E.4 tal decorations, party- refresh
ments, a live band and enter-
E-( tainment. They will spend a
At the Sabbath service at Temple Israel, at which Dr.
w week at Tamarack, Dec. 26-30,
take mystery bus rides Dec. 27, Leon. Fram was honored on his 65th birthday, the congrega-
tion's rabbi "turned the tables" on the temple and presented
;7,7 entertain a visiting group from
it with a resolution framed by hUn and given to the temple
Saginaw, Dec. 28, take a one-day
E•4
as a memento of the occasion. Rabbi Fram is shown here giv-
trip to Tamarack, Dec. 29, and
ing the framed resolution to Temple Israel's president, Sol-
hold an after-New -Year's PJ
I. Stein. In the resolution, Rabbi Fram reviewed his experiences
party, Jan. 2.
as the temple's founding rabbi and expressed his gratitude to
There will be three junior the leaders who labored with him for the advancement of
trips to Camp. Tamarack; a the congregation. The guest rabbi who spoke in Rabbi Fram's
three day „visit, Dec. 26-28, for honor last Friday night was Dr. Bernard J. Ba.mberger, of
"Camp Giborim," a family day New York, president of the Central Conference of American
visit for juniors • and parents Rabbis. Rabbi Fram was honored by Mayor Miriani, who se
Sunday, Dec. 25 and a one day
s
him the Key to the City, which was presented in the Ma
trip Tuesday, Dee. 27.
bi
behalf by Corporation Counsel Nathaniel Goldstick, by
mes-
Other junior programs include M. Robert Syme and President Stein, who read ma
a homemaking special and films,
sages to Dr. Fram.
Dec. 28, a snowman roller skat-
ing party, Dec. 29, and a science
demonstration, Dec. 30. Day
campers will hold a reunion,
meet their counselors, swim and
Monday, Dec. 26, will be a legal holid , necessitat-
see a show, Dec. 26. A special
y for our
ing
an
earlier deadline for all editorial
roller skating class will run
issue of Dec. 30.
throughout the week.
Copy for that issue must be in The Jewi
"The Return of the Teeny-
Tiny Lady," an original dance office by noon on Friday, Dec. 23.
Similarly, there will be an earlier deadline for our
program, will be the next Junior
Omnibus program of the Center, issue of Jan. 6. All copy for that issue must be in our
at '1:30 and 3 p.m., Sunday, in hands by noon on Friday, Dec. 30.
the Aaron DeRoy Theater.
Harriet Berg stars as the
Teeny-Tiny Lady. The program
features the Wayne State Uni-
versity Dance Workshop appren-
tices in a new program with
many popular children's charac-
ters.
"Dark River," an expose of
conditions on Argentine planta-
Abe Kasle an
The annual banquet of the
tions, will be the next attraction Detroit Committee for Bar-Ilan are co-chairmen
of the Center Cinema Forum, University will be held Tuesday tee that has
8 p.m., Sunday, in the DeRoy evening, Jan. 17, in Cobo Hall, task of rais
Theater. Dr. Benjamin B. Ash- Tom Borman, who has been essary for
the Hersh
corn, professor of Spanish,
Studies.
Wayne University will discuss
"The Seeds of Unrest in Latin
Harry
America."
man a
"Dark River," which has been
banque
compared to "Bitter Rice" in
A re
subject and treatment, is an
ress at
on the rec
Argentine production, "Las
Aguas bajan T u r b i a s." Al-
Bar-Ilan University will be
though opposed by police cen-
submitted at a public rally
sors, the film was widely shown
at the Beth Abraham Syna-
throughout Argentina. It has
gogue next Thursday eve-
won prizes at Rome, Venice and
ning. '
Cannes Film Festivals.
Dr. Ashcom has been profes-
The rally will be addressed
sor of Spanish at Wayne State
by Nathaniel Goldstick, Detroit
since 1946, has travelled and
Harry Cohen Max Stollman Corporation Counsel who has
lived in Spain and Latin Amer-
just returned from Israel where
named
general chairman of the he attended the conference of
ica, and has been published in
dinner,
announced
this
week.
Spanish and English.
mayors from all over the world
Serving with Borman as co- as the representative of Mayor
chairmen are Harry Cohen and Miriani.
El Al to Inaugurate
Max Stollman.
Goldstick will describe his
Phillip Stollman, national
Direct Jet Flights
chairman of the American experiences in Israel and will
Between N.Y.-Israel
Committee for Bar-Ilan Uni- speak on the educational ac-
NEW YORK—The first direct, versity, announced that the tivities in Israel on which he
same-plane jet service between Rabbi A. M. Hershman Chair has gathered first-hand informa-
New York and Israel will be in Jewish Studies will be tion during his visit there.
inaugurated by El Al Israel Air- formally inaugurated at Bar-
used in deep sea
lines on Jan. 5, it was announced Ilan University, in Ramat
iami Beach vaca-
Gan,
Israel,
on
Dec.
21
and
by Dror Galezer, El Al's man-
tly expensive, hun-
is
22.
ager for the Americas.
lars being spent
dreds of
The official inauguration
Beginning on this date, an El
bi by charter • at captains for a
Al flight will depart from New the project in memory of
nd reel. Charter
at single
York International Airport for Hershman will take p
me complete with
boats
h
the
annual
banquet,
Tel Aviv on Thursday of each
, tackle and bait.
stated.
week. -

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