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March 24, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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Greenland, near the North Pole,
to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, which supplies Pasover food to
where American servicemen are the needy, by Rabbi Mordecai S.
on ready alert, Jewish service- Halpern of Cong. Beth Shalom,
men and their families will mark Oak Park._
Although the money raised
the festival of Passover, thanks
to arrangements made by the ($26.49) may seem s m all in
National Jewish Welfare Board, terms of the large funds solicited
organizer of global "Operation for charities these days, it rep-
Passover" for the military and resents the efforts of children
their dependents and patients who organized their own drive to
raise money.
in veterans hospitals.
Members of the Hebrew IV
JWB efforts will make possible
services and seder meals at U.S. class of Religious School came to
stations in Korea and Japan, in Rabbi Halpern ,a few weeks ago to
the jungles of Panama, at mis- ask his approval for their effort.
sile and radar stations in the Then, armed with a letter show-
Arctic, in old synagogues of ing their intent, they approached
Morocco, Turkey and Greece, merchants and asked for contri-
and even on U.S. warships on butions. Some donations were
the high seas during the holiday. from parents who also baked
Tons of matzoth, wine, chicken, goods for sale. The children then
fish and other holiday kosher set up a stand at their Sunday
foods, along with haggadahs and school — not only selling out
a variety of religious articles, their supply, but even asking one
have been shipped by JWB for of the purchasers to redonate her
the services at which 370 full- cake so they could sell it again.
The committee for this project
and-part-time Jewish chaplains
will officiate in the U.S., Europe, included Karen Knoppow, chair-
North Africa, Asia, Alaska, Ice- man, Martin Cohen, Micha
land and the Caribbean. In addi- Hertz and Claire Ku
tion committees across the coun- Helpers included W Chand-
try affiliated with JWB's wom- ler Diane. Rosenb_oom, Rob
iedman and C
en's organizations' division
sent hundreds of Pa
boxes to remote
where chapl
- Children Sede
present.
C o n g. Gemil
Chasso
Religious School ill hold its
Kin olomon i
ported to annual model s er 11 a.m.
the s gogue. Par-
have ed for 50
rs. A
- Sunda
ber
chronolocf
ipI be ildren of all
for tion incl ing the
itio
Pesach food
kn n "Sedat
OTO
y the Sister-
Y el Halper

A joint meeting of representa-
tives of Vaad Hayeshivot and
the Jewish Community Coun-
cil made plans to strengthen
supervision of solicitors for tra-
ditional institutions (meshulo-
chim), Jay Rosenthal, chairman
of the Council's sub-committee
which has been studying the
problem, announced.
Taking note of the fact that
a large number of such solici-
tors visit the city every year,
the Council committee pointed
to the need for a og
that
wil
traditi
st utions
in a
nif .
n t was
the
rti pants in
the j
t
hat
H
hivot ha
n
role to fi
maintain].
Under t
posals
veloped,. e Vaad Ha
would strengthen
practice of
g institu-
tions fo
tion in Detroit,
by •
, in the cre
o ev
f
ion on
budget
onors are ur
solicitor's c entials
official receipt fro
aad
before makina
contribu-
tion. A
m for regulating
t
er of solicitors in the
mmunity at any given time is
also taking shape. This proposal,
Rosenthal stated, would be of
benefit both to the community
and to the institutions involved.
A meeting of the reorganized
executive committee of the
Vaad Hayeshivot has been
scheduled for preparation in
more- detail of the contemplated
program.

Beth Abraham School Holds Annual Seder

The annual Seder of the Beth
Abraham Religious School will
be held for students from kin-
dergarten through grade ten 11
a.m. Sunday in Nusbaum Hall.
Rabbi Max Kapustin, princi-
pal, will introduce the program
with Israel Fuchs, music direc-
tor, leading Seder songs. Par-
ticipating students are Evelyn
Naphtalie, Larry Schon, Rich-
ard Zolkower, Arlene Gross,
David Blake, Howard Rose,
Margaret Krohngold, Pam Arm-

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candidates.

He Protected Our
Children He Will
Protect Our Rights

As Assistant U. S. District Attorney, Robert E. DeMascio
initiated close federal - county - city co-operation to pro-
tect our children against peddlers of obscene literature.

Let's Elect Ass't. U. S. District Attroney

ROBERT E.

COMMON PLEAS JUDGE

Graduate of Wayne State University Law School. World War II
veteran. Brilliant lawyer noted for his judicial temperment and
broad human sympathies.

VOTE APRIL 3

Robert E. DeMascio for
Common Pleas Judge
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Habonim Third Seder
to Be Presented As
`Pageant of Freedom'

by the

strong, Leslie Raymer, Marion
Nowak, Laura Schon, Joyce
Weinstein and Harriet Ratner.
Refreshments will be served
No classes will be held April 2.
The school will reopen 9:30
a.m. April 9.

The Habonim annual pageant
will take the form of a third
Seder, 8:30 p.m. April 2 in the
Hayim Greenberg Center. "Pag-
eant of Fredom," will include an
original Haggadah depicting the
songs and dances of Israel.
The Haggadah contains both
traditional and modern interpre-
tations of the idea of freedom.
Each of the four cups of wine
will be raised by a member of
the Labor Zionist Organization,
Pioneer Women, Farband and
Habonim.
Israeli dancing is directed by
Norman Shiffman and coordina-
tion of the play by Atara Polon-
sky. Refreshments will be se

Windsor Shaarey
ek
Plans Communit eder
for Both Passov Nights

A community
er open to
the public will b eld on both
nights of Passo r, 7:30 p.m.
March 31 and it 1 at the
Shaarey Zedek S
gogue, Giles
Blvd. & Lillian
Windsor.
Conducted in the
ditional
manner by Rabbi S.
and Cantor Saul Schenker, the
Seders will feature a festive
eight - course Passover dinner.
Arrangements for family tables
with specially reduced rates for
children can be made. For res-
ervations call Abe Cohen or
Harry Nessel, CL 4-5100, or Mrs.
Lena Shanfield, CL 2-8045.

Hillel Children Present
Two Seder Programs

The entire student body of
Hillel Day School, numbering '70
youngsters, will present a dou-
ble Pesach program 11 a.m.
March 28 and 29 in the main
auditorium of the Abe Kasle
Building, United Hebrew
Schools.
The model Seders will be con-
ducted both in English and
modern Hebrew,

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1 3 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, March 24, 1961

JWB to Help GIs Young Enterprisers
Plan Supervision
Raise
Money
for
Observe Passover
of Solicitations
on Passover
• NEW YORK — From the Needy
A check will shortly be turned by Meshulochim,
frozen U. S. station in Thule,
dyer to the Mo'os Hitim Fund,

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