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January 13, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-13

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UHS Ifigh Sch'ool , Midrasha, Adult Center Presents Film of H itler's T
ast Ten Days,' Play
Last Ten Days," depict- and art 7:30 p.m., Thursday at photographic "studio". Refresh-
Studies' Are Open for Registration ing "The
the last ten days in Hitler's the Ten Mile branch, 15110 W. ments will • be served.. The pro-



Registration for the spring
semester of the 'OHS High*
School, Midrasha and Adult
Studies Department will be
open from Jan. 19-26 at the
Esther Berman Building, 18977
. Schaefer, it was announced by
Midrasha Chairman Louis La-
Med.
Applicants to the High School
Department must have studied a
minimum of five years at an
accredited Hebrew school or its
equivalent. Midrasha registrants
are required to have studied at
an accredited Hebrew high
school, or its equivalent.
Hebrew High School courses
include a wide variety of Ju-
daic studies including such re-
quired subjects as Jewish
History, Hebrew Literature
and composition, Bible and
electives; Talmud and Mish-
mah, • conversational Hebrew,
Chalil, Israel, current Jewish
problems and dance.
Upon graduation fr6m the
high school, students may enter
the Mechinah (beginners') class
of the Midrasha.
Students applying to the Mid-
rasha may choose one of the
three School Departments: Edu-
cation, Pre-Rabbinic and Gen-
eral Studies. Third-year Educa-
tion Department students who
have at least two years of secu-
lar college training are assigned
to student - teaching at all
Branches of the United Hebrew
Schools in metropolitan Detroit.
The Education Department
curriculum stresses courses in
education, history, sociology of
the Jews, customs and ceremo-
nies, arts and crafts, Torah read-
ing, music, philosophy, Bible,
Talmud and Mishnah, Hebrew
literature and composition.
Pre-Rabbinic students, in
addition to the courses listed
above, also study Liturgy. his-
tory of religion, medieval

Hebrew-Yiddish School
PTA to Hear Talk on
Changes in Community

Joseph Schore, director of
the Michigan region of the Jew-
ish Labor Committee, will be
the guest speaker for the P.T.A.
program of the Hayim Green-
berg Hebrew-Yiddish School
8:30 p.m. Thursday in the school
building of the Hayini Green-
berg Center.
Schore will speak on "The
Jewish Community and Its
Changing Relationships!' The
subject will explore the history
of the Jewish community in De-
troit and how it has developed
from a self concern regarding
anti-Semitism to a broader con-
cern for the rights of all citi-
zens.
Refreshments will be served
at the social hour following the
meeting.

Asks Death Penalty
for. Temple Bombers

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — e
bombing of a church, synagog
or other public building would
made p
.• death, unde
a bi introduce
the new
Co , . e
is week • by Rep.
V •
. Anfuso.
Brooklyn Dem rat pro-
es to amend the . Code
as to make bom ngs of
blic reli • ious oth build-
• SI
gs,
ith trans-
• orte at
CO
ierce, a
hue
le
th. Pres-
nt 1
C on ered too
soft" t
e
ote I
criminals
rom c
ng out eir
tic
aft
the bombing
ze in he So
last year.

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commentators on the Bible,
Biblical archaeology and phi-
losophy.
Jewish cultural enhancement
is the goal of the General
Studies Department. Advanced
studies in Hebrew, Jewish his:
tory, Mrael, music and arts and
other subjects included in other
Midrasha departments are avail-
able.
Available to both High School
and Midrasha students are indi-
vidually-conceived and supervis-
ed research projects in some
field of Jewish learning. A the-
sis is required for graduation
from the Midrasha. Midrasha
graduates receive teaching cer-
tification.
The Adult 'Studies De'iart-
ment will have available for
those interested in studying
Hebrew both intermediate a
advanced classes. 'A class
beginners will be. organ
there is a minimum r
tion of 15 students.
The High School - drasha
and Adult Studies
rtment,
of which Prof. Shlom
arenof
is dean, includes a
ff of 19
teachers and special s in all
fields of Jewish learn peda-
gogy, art and music.

headquarters, adapted b3, Erich Ten Mile, Oak Park.
Maria Remarque, will be the next
Students of art department
attraction of the Jewish Com- classes will present an exhibit
munity Center Cinema Forum, of - sculpture, photography, oil
8 p.m. Sunday in the Aaron De- paintings and water colors, the
Roy Theater, 18100 Meyers. 1 , Tween creative dramatic class
Emily Rosdolsky, international will present an original play, "A
representative of the UAW AFL- Trip to Remember," Lorraine
CIO research department, will Ernst, director, and the modern
discuss "Can Nazism be Re- dance class, und^r Harriet Berg,
vived?". Refreshments will be will-present a program including
served.
part of "Jazz U. S. A.," a Russian
Miss Rosdolsky received a l dance, and "How a Dance
Doctor of Law, from he Univer- is Choreographed". The Center
sity of Vienna and was associated Music : School will present pianist
with the Trade -Union and Social Gordon Goodman, and the Tween
Democrat (movement while in Camera Club will operate a
Austria.

gram is free.

* * *

The Center Camera Club will
hold a print critique 8 p.m., Mon-
day, at the Meyers Center. They
will- select prints for a city-wide
competition sponsored by 'the
Greater Detroit Camera Club
Council to be hosted by the Cen-
ter Jan. 23.

RABBI- BERNARD LEVY of
Elizabeth, N. J.., has been ap-
pointed national director of deve-
loi.ment for. Torah Umesorah,
the national society for Hebrew
day schools.

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