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December 14, 1962 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-14

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1,1 Hanukah Events Are Announced - Sark-II eberma;1

Plans for special observances
THE DETROIT LABOR
of the festival of Hanukah have ZIONIST MOVEMENT, includ-
been announced by schools and ing Farband, Pioneer Women
grOups in the community. In- and Habonim, will hold its an-
cluded, to date, are the follow- nual Hanukah celebration 8:30
ing:
p.m. Dec. 24 at the Hayim
THE HILLEL DAY SCHOOL Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
will hold an integrated program -TR w,1,11 fer, announces
Morris Lieber-
1 p.m. Wednesday in the school
man, chairman
auditorium of the Jewish Cen-
of the admin-
ter's Oak Park Branch, 15110
istrative com-
W. Ten Mile. All classes, from
mittee.
kindergarten t h r o u g h fifth
Edward
grade, will participate in the
Steinfeld, a
presentation of dramatizations,
leading per-
playlets, poems and songs. Some
former with
130 students will perform their
the Pittsburgh
roles in both English and He-
Playhouse will
brew. The community is invited
be featured in
to join the parents of the young-
= a program of
sters at the program.
Jewish folk-
THE BRITH SHALOM OF ,
Steinfeld
lore and hu-
DETROIT will hold a Hanukah
latke party 8 p.m. Sunday at mor. He is regarded a leading
Jericho Temple, 18495 Wyom- interpreter of the writings of
ing. announces President Jack Sholem Aleichem. Appearing
with Steinfeld will be Ailene
Natow.
THE UNITED JEWISH Goodman, a folksinger who has
HIGH SCHOOL (MITTLE- appeared in nightclubs, in con-
SHULE) will present a Hanu- cert and on radio and television.
Chairman of the celebration is
kah program 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Workmen's Circle David Sislin. A candle-lighting
Center, 18340 W. Seven Mile. ceremony will open the festivi-
Songs, recitations in Hebrew ties. Community singing and re-
and Yiddish and a playlet will freshments will also highlight
be offered by students. Re- the event. The public is invited.
freshments and a social hour For tickets and information,
will follow. The public is in- call DI 1-0131.
vited.
HAYIM GREENBERG HE-
THE BRENNER-TRUMAN. BREW-YIDDISH SHULE will
BRANCH OF FARBAND will hold a children's Hanukah cele-
hold a reception in celebration bration 1 p.m. Dec. 23 at the
of the 2,127 anniversary of the Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
Maccabeean victory 8:30 p.m. Schaefer. The children will par-
Wednesday at the Hayim Green- ticipate in the candle-lighting
berg Center, 19161 Schaefer, an- ceremony, sons and playlets, "In
nounces President Edward the Cave of the Maccabees,"
Wishnetsky. Latkes and other "The Story of the Hanukah
refreshments will be served. Lamp" and "The Hanukah Sym-
Friends are invited, free of bols." These will be done in
charge.
Hebrew. A Hanukah parade
THE TEMPLE ISRAEL COU- with flags and torches will also
PLES CLUB announces chil- be held. Parents and friends are
dren will star in its annual Han- invited, as well as guest chil-
ukah party Dec. 30 at the Tem- dren over five-years-old.
ple. Paid-up members are in-
CONG. AHAVAS ACHIM will
vited.
hold its annual Hanukah dinner-
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK- dance 6:30 p.m. Dec. 23 at the
WOODS will hold a Hanukah synagogue, 19190 Schaefer. A
carnival 2 p.m. Dec. 23 at 24061 cocktail hour will precede the
Coolidge. Booths will feature dinner, according to Allen H.
bowling, miniature golf, fishing, Kraft, chairman. A music pro-
target practice, dredle bean toss, gram will feature the Sister-
pin candle on the menorah .and hood Singers, under the direc-
other games. Prizes and refresh- tion of Cantor SiMofl Betmanis.
ments will . also highlight the I Mrs. Jack Mash will accompany
event. at the piano. Prizes and dancing
TEMPLE ISRAEL RELI- to the music of an orchestra
GIOUS SCHOOL Hanukah will also highlight the affair.
festivities will be highlighted
by an original musical play by 'Make a Hanukah Wish
ninth grader Elliott.Siegel on
Sunday morning. "Brave Mis- With Seagram's .V.O.
As Hanukah rapidly approach-
ter Maccabee" is based on the
Broadway play, "Bravo Gio- es, Jewish homemakers every-
vanni." Involved in the 'pro- where are turning their thoughts
duction are Mrs. Harold Bob- to the joyful preparation known
roff, supervisor; Mrs. Samuel as "getting ready for the holi-
Barr, musical director; Mrs. I. days."
Many hours of planning and
Walter Silver and Johanna
Silver, costume s; Margo working lie ahead - before the
Bloomberg and Norman. Ber- house can be considered "ready"
man, dance routies; Mrs. for the hosts of friends and
Henry Siegel, _choreography family that will be stopping by.
There isn't a more satisfying
consultant; and Bruce Hack, .
war- to wish a friend holiday
lighting. .
In the cast are Sheryl Silver, , cheer than with a raised glass
Carol Bendix, Myra Kraus, I containing Seagram's V.O., im-
Laurel Lipsitt, Barbara Tobias, parted Canadian Whisky at its
Elliott Siegel, Eric Oppenheim, finest. Seagram's V.O. is "known
Bill Petok, Mark Grossman, by the company it keeps," and
Henry Traurig; Steve Silber- it will certainly keep the com-
berg, Marshall Mermell, Mat- pany coming back for more. Sea-
thew Weiss, Michael Blinder, gram's V.O. is continually win-
Ricky Orbach, David Hiller and ning new friends with its rich
taste and aroma, its bright color,
Glenn Saltz.
A special holiday service to and its Unusual clarity.
Serve Seagram's V.O. to your
follow will include participants
Brian Seyburn, David Fink, guests during the Hanukah sea-
Mark Bobroff, Leslie Schefman, son and during the rest of the
Cindy Stone, Cathy Okun, Nancy year as well.
Cell, Eric Rosenthal, Lawrence
Russ, Debby Morof, Richard Weizmann Society Will
Rosenthal, Susan Arnold, Robert Hear Rabbi Halpern
Neshkes, Susan Shapiro, Neil
The Chaim Weizmann Society
Hiller and Becky Fleischman:
will meet Monday evening at
CONG. BETH SHALOM Cong. Beth Yehudah, 17556
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL will Wyoming.
hold its annual pancake
Rabbi Israel Halpern will
brunch and Hanukah gift shop speak on "Chaim Weizmann:
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the His Life, Work and Achieve-
synagogue. The program is ment" in commemoration of the
sponsored by the P.T.O. and 10th yahrzeit of the first presi-
the Sisterhood. The gift shop dent of Israel. Refreshments
will feature a special chil- will be served and friends are
dren's only shop. The commu- invited, according to President
Louis Rosenberg.
nity is invited.

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Two Michigan Men Help -
Young Leadership Cabinet of UM

Efigagement.Told

MISS SANDRA SARKO

Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Sarko
of Ohio Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, San-
dra Ruth, to Seymour Weber-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Weberman of Kipling Ave.. Oak
Park, and the late Mrs. Anna
Weberman.
The bride - elect attends the
University of Michigan, from
which her fiance was graduated.
A June 30 wedding is planned.

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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Justice
Feature:
"Justice,
Shalt Thou Pursue," a sym-
posium on the respective roles
of religion and government,
will ea me remarks by Fr.
John Cronin of the National
Catholic Welfare Conference,
NAACP Chairman Bishop Ste-
phen G. Spottswood, Philip
Deane of the UN office in
Washington, Edward P. Morgan
of the American Broadcasting
Company, ,Max Freedman of the
Manchester Guardian, Justice
Arthur Goldberg and others.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Lights of Free-
dom" will mark the festival of
Hanukah.
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TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: • Philip Slomovitz,
editor and publisher of The
Jewish News, will be inter-
viewed by Joseph Edelman, di-
rector of the Culture Com-
mission of . the Jewish Com-
munity Council, in "With the
Wanderer's Staff Again" — the
story of modern Jewish migra-
tions from Algeria. Tunisia and
other parts of the world to
France and Israel.
* * *
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Rabbi Mordecai
Kalmanson of the committee
planning the annual Lu-
bowitcher dinner will discuss
the personalities and artists
who will participate in this
forthcoming event and the role
of the Lubowitcher movement
in general.



On the invitation of former new Cabinet: "Our task is to
Governor Herbert H. Lehman, mobilize a regiment of soldiers
honorary general chairman of I in the battle for Jewish sur-
the United Jewish Appeal, 40 vival—to give leadership to the
representatives of the younger emerging generation of young
generation of philanthropic adults."
leaders of the United Jewish
Governor Lehman addressed
Appeal met in New York and the group and charged them
initiated the formation of a with taking from the shoulders
Young Leadership Cabinet of of the present generation the
the UJA. All of them are under task of inspiring new leadership
40 and come from various com- and continuing successful cam-
munities throughout the United paigning in their communities
States.
in support of the work of UJA.
Alan Sagner of Newark, N.J.,
Joseph Meyerhoff, general
1962 general chairman of the chairman of the United Jewish
United Jewish Appeal of Essex Appeal, and Rabbi Herbert A.
County, the youngest member Friedman, executive vice chair-
of the National Campaign Cabi- man of the UJA, also spoke.
net, was elected chairman. He
Governor Lehman, who is ap-
explained the purpose of the proaching 85 years of age, de-
scribed the beginnings of the
Joint Distribution Committee, a
Nominations Being
major beneficiary of the UJA,
Accepted for AJC
in 1914 when he was among its
' Annual Amity Award founders. He said: "I am the
Nominations will be accepted only living member of that orig-
for the American Jewish Con- i inal charter group, perhaps be-
gress 16th Annual Amity Award cause I was the youngest then."
Two Michigan men participat-
until Jan. 1, announced Mrs.
Sol Elkin and Mrs. Dan Shapiro, ed in the formation of the UJA
co-chairmen of the award com- Young Leadership C a b i n e t.
They were: Martin Citrin of
mittee.
The award luncheon will be Detroit and Frank M. Polasky
held March 20 at Raleigh House. of Saginaw.
The Amity Award, sponsored
by the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, is
presented in recognition of out-
standing achievement by an in-
Agency
dividual in the improvement of
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HANUKAH SPECIAL
Time: 9 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick, spiritual leader of
Beth Aaron Synagogue, will be
among participants in "Hanu-
kah in Israel," a special broad-
cast marking the Jewish Festi-
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