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March 08, 1963 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-08

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Seagram's.V.O. Ideal as Purim Gift

Life is filled with many fine
hours, both in the course of an
average day, and on special oc-
caSions such as weddings, Bar
c e Mitzvahs, births, and the many
• joyous holidays such as Purim.
These "finest hours" call for

something special to offer friends
and family; and Seagram's V.O.
>';
es is the answer.
• v.
Seagram's V.O., Canadian
whisky at its very finest, has just
the right combination of flavor
and aroma with a color and clar-
ity that is most pleasing to the
eye. It is these qualities that
have made Seagram's V.O. cher-

ished by mayvinim all over the
world. For Purim gift giving,
nothing will give more pleasure
to the recipient than a bottle of
Seagram's V.O.

Beth Moses USY Will
Hold Torah Session

The Senior United Synagogue
Youth Chapter of Cong. Beth
Moses will hold a Torah ses-
sion 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi
A. Irving Schnipper, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
be the speaker. A light snack
will be provided.

CONG. GEMILUTH CHASSODIM

19371 • GREENFIELD at Vassar Dr.

ore now accepting reservations for

• BAR MITZVAHS
• DINNERS

• WEDDINGS
• SOCIALS

in their newly-completed, attractive,
paneled Sanctuary and F. H. Social Hall

For Information Call BR 3-0570, BR 2-3906

Enjoy.A
Strictly , Kosher
Passover

at

FELDMAN'S

ARETHUSA HOTEL
MOUNT CLEMENS, MICHIGAN

FIRST SEDER-APRIL 8

CONDUCTED SEDORIM

.

For Reservations: Write or
Phone HOward 8-6812

MINERAL BATHS -

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

10 MILE and KENOSHA — OAK PARK
Presents The

3rd Annual Jewish
SUNDAY, MARCH

Mast

Concert
8 p.m.

Featuring:

CANTOR

JACOB
BARKIN

Outstanding Tenor of
Concord Hotel, N.Y.

in a repertoire of Hebrew and Yiddish
Folk Songs, Contorials and
Operatic Arias

Also: HAZZAN LOUIS KLEIN
B'NAI MOSHE CHORAL ENSEMBLE

Directed by Hazzan Klein
YOUTH CHOIR, directed by Abe Sliver
Accompaniment: BELLE GOLDBERG, DOREEN RASKIN
Donation: Adults $1.50—Children $1.00
'LI 8-9000
Tickets Available at Synagogue Office

GIVE THE LADIES

A Deserving Vacation and Rest by

Spending the Passover Holidays at

THE COLONIAL HOTEL

Mt. Clemens, Mich.

Seder Services Monday, April 8
and Tuesday, April 9

Reservations being accepted for the Seders
or for the entire Passover Week

Phone Your Host

MAX ELKIN

HOward
3-4505
3-4506

The American Red Cross Dis-
aster Services trains a resource
of disaster relief technicians
able to provide prompt and quali-
fied service to - the victims of an
average of 300 disaster relief
"Jewish Education — Problems operations in the United States
and Prospects" 8:30 p. m. each year.
Wednesday at Adas Shalom Syn-
agogue under the auspices of the
SS ISRAEL sails March 22 to
Intercongregational Married
HAIFA, in time for Passover on
Couplies Council.
April 9-16, in Israel. Plenty time
left to visit interesting sights
Speakers will include Rabbis
that we can arrange a 6-day tour
Jacob E. Segal of Adas Shalom,
within Israel — by motorcoach
Harold Hahn of Temple Beth El,
costs $105 and $122. 4-day tour by
Leon Frain of Temple Israel,
auto, $114.
Israel Halpern of Beth Abraham,
MIAMI BEACH HOTEL reserva-
Irwin Groner of Shaarey Zedek
tions effected, including where
and Max Kapustin of Wayne
Kosher Food is served.
State University Hillel Founda-
tion.
NASSAU 7-day CRUISES, $170.
A question and answer period
HIRSCHFELD
TRAVEL AGENCY
will follow. Refreshments will
2011 Park Ave., Room 811
be served.

Cantor Barkin at Panel of Rabbis Will
Bnai Moshe Music Discuss Education—
Problems, Prospects
Event, March 17
A panel of rabbis will discuss

Marking the third annual ob-
servance of Jewish Month under
the congregation's sponsorship,
Cong. Bnai Moshe will have a
concert at 8 p.m. Sunday, March
17, in the syn- agogue's social
hall, at 10-Mile
and Kenosha,
Oak Park.
Featuring
the noted can
tor, Jacob Bar-
kin, tenor, of
the Concord
Hotel, in a
repertoire of
Hebrew a n d Cantor Barkin
Yiddish folksongs, operatic and
cantorial arias, the concert is
open to the public.
On the program also will be
the Bnai Moshe Choral Ensem-
ble, directed by Cantor Louis
Klein of Bnai Moshe, and the
youth choir directed by Abe
Silver. The accompanists will be,
Bella Goldberg and Doreen
Raskin.
Tickets are available for the
concert at the Bnai Moshe syna-
gogue office.

Eagle Scout, Ner
Tamid Awards to Be
Given at Temple Israel

At Sabbath Services today,
Eagle Scout Awards will be
conferred upon Scouts Peter
Kutnick, Brian Seyburn and El-
liot Shifman at Temple Israel.
The Eagle Award is scouting's
highest achievement.

The Ner Tamid medal will
be presented to Leslie Schef-
man. This honor is the high-
est religious award given to
a Jewish scout.

Temple Israel Boy Scout
Troop- 146 is sponsored by the
Men's Club. The Scouts meet
regularly at the Temple, 7:30
to 9 p.m. Tuesdays, under the
leadership of Scoutmaster Mel-
vin Merm ell and Assistant
Scoutmasters Ben Cummis, Sid-
ney Factor and Arthur Trubow.
Boys, 11 to 14, interested in
joining the troop, are welcome
to visit a meeting any Tues-
day evening with their fathers.
The Scout Troop Adult Com-
mittee consists of Sidney Sey-
burn, institutional representa-
tive; • Dr. Jack Kutnick, chair-
man; Harold Somlyo, secretary;
Myron Schefman, treasurer;
Marvin Stern, advancement
chairman; and Sam Hack, quar-
termaster.

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High School Principal
Squelches Nazi Fad

BOONSBORO, Md., (JTA)—
Black "stormtrooper" uniforms
have been banned at Boonsboro
High School by school author-
ties because students sought to
dress like the thugs of Nazi
Germany.
It became a fad among the
students to render Nazi salutes
and shout "Heil Hitler!" Dr. J.
Willard Newton, school prin-
cipal, said that a group of stu-
dents began wearing black
shirts and black trousers to
class.
The adulation of Nazism at
the school reached such pro-
portions that Newton this week-
end told the 750 students body
that Nazilike uniforms would
be prohibited. Eleven students
defied the ban and were bar-
red from classes. One tenth-
grade student was suspended
for five days, another was bar-
red from classes until school
officials can confer with his
parents, and disciplinary action
is pending against four others.
It was reported that swas-
tikas have been scrawled on
blackboards. There was talk
among students of acquiring au-
thentic Nazi emblems brought
back from Europe as war -sou-
venirs by the fathers of some
of them, along with German
bayonets and pistols.

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