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May 24, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-24

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Hebrew-Yiddish Shule
Announces Enrollment

The Hayim Greenberg School
announces registration in all
age groups, for boys and girls,
for the fall semester. Classes
will begin immediately after La-
bor Day, the same day public
schools open in Detroit.
There will be a basic change
in the schedule of activities for
the 1963-64 school year. The
Nursery will operate five and
three days a week and the
younger grades, Pre-First,
Aleph-Aleph, Aleph and Beth
will attend once on Sunday
morning and two or three days
during the week. The school has
its own buses to provide trans-
portation.
Special classes are held for
children 5 and 6 years of age.
Bar Mitzvah preparation' is a
regular part of the studies at no
extra charges.
For information, call UN 4-
6319, or come into the office,
19161 Schaefer.

34.20.31

A NUMBER TO REMEMBER

CONGRATULATIONS TO ASTRONAUT GORDON COOPER ON

THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF 22 ORBITS AROUND THE

WORLD IN 34 HOURS, 20 MINUTES, AND 31 SECONDS.

We're truly sorry that we had no share in the travel
arrangements of Major Cooper's amazing flight . . .
but the next time you'l'e thinking of going anywhere
in the world (except outer space) ... we can handle
all the arrangements. Call

341.71.11

Above is a picture taken at rehearsal of a scene from
ANOTHER NUMBER TO REMEMBER
Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance," to be pre-
sented in Hebrew by the Cong. Shaarey Zedek Youth Depart..
ment at the Men's Club's annual Youth Awards Night 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Synagogue. The players shown here are, from
a - ,1 * . ; : 1 : r f : : : E1 1 1 . 8:211
Ask for Jules Doneson
left, Lucy Aptekar, Shelden Lewis, Stuart Grant, Marvin Rosen
Hebrew Schools PTO
Member
and Ahuva Edelman.
of Oak Park Meets
*
*
*
The United Hebrew Schools
Highlighting the annual Ilias, Marsha Cooper, Judith
P.T.O. of Oak Park will meet
Krohn,
Elaine
Tanzman,
Karen
Youth Awards Night of the
Tanzman, Frederick G o 1 d e n, 8:15 p.m. Monday at Cong. Bnai
Cong. Shaarey Zedek Men's
Judith Kazdan, Arthur Lerner, Moshe. Officers will be elected
Club will be a performance, in Ellen Zeff, Richard Aronsson and installed. Colored movies of
the recent Seder will be shown
TRAVEL AGENCY
Hebrew, of Gilbert and Sulli- and Mark Scholnick.
van's- two-act "Pirates of Pen-
Awards in recognition of their and a musical program will be
18246
WYOMING
AVE. • DETROIT, MICH.
zance," to be presented 7:30 services as presidents in their presented by students. Refresh-
p.m. Sunday by the congrega- respective youth congregations ments will be served.
tion's Youth Department at the will be received by James
synagogue.
Satovsky, junior congregation;
Featured in the cast are Lucy Kenneth Lerner, Tikvah con-
Aptekar, Sheldon Lewis, Stuart gregation; Eric Siegel and Jef-
Grant, Marvin Rosen, Ahuva frey Weisberg, co-presidents of
Edelman, Davin Wolok, Robert the intermediate congregation;
Stulb e r g, Dorene Weisberg, and Eleanor Prescott, chairman
Karen Tanzman, Teri Wishnet- of the Leaders Training Fellow-
sky and Martin Somberg.
ship.
The production is under the
Ahuva Edelman and Robiri
A theater party for charity, seats down
direction of Joanne Rosenthal Tanzman will be presented
and Marsha Taylor. Jerome medals on behalf of the Na-
Stasson is conductor of the tional Federation of Jewish
front, the supper club ahead—joy builds up
Shaarey Zedek Youth Sym- Men's Clubs of the United
phony Orchestra.
Synagogue.
and 'seeks expression. Then suddenly it
The Youth Awards program
Harold Ellias is chairman of
will also feature the presenta- the evening. Refreshments will
tion of engraved kiddush cups be served by a committee of
happens — between the acts, for example, when
to the young people who have hostesses chaired by Mrs.
excelled in their academic work George Parzen. Friend are in-
and their participation in the vited, according to George Par-
you order the whisky expressly made for the
congregation's youth activities. zen, president of the Men's
Recipients include Deborah El- Club.

FOR THE FINEST HOURS...

finest hours of life . . . Seagram's V. O. ! Its

Rabbi Elias, President of Yeshiva
Heads, Urges Skilled Day Teachers

bright color and clarity, its rare flavor and

FERNDALE, N.Y.—A leading "The unique requirement of
aroma are cherished by mayvinim all over 11
Jewish educator last Thursday training facilities for Hebrew
cited the results of a recent day school educators is that they
nationwide poll as indicating must produce men and women
the world — the unmistakble excellence of
"the urgent necessity for wider not only trained in instructional
public financial support of He- techniques but who also possess
brew Day Schools not only by the high standard of character
Canadian whisky at its finest.
the American Jewry on a corn- and personality needed to prop-
munity basis by Federations 'and erly inspire American Jewish
Welfare Funds, but also by the youth." He added:
Federal and state governments."
"As more highly trained teach-
Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, na- ers become available, we will be
tional director of Torah Ume- able to raise our educational
sorah, the National Society for standards so that the Day
Hebrew Day Schools, issued the Schools will have an even greater
appeal at the annual convention impact on our children." He
04 the National Conference of cited the shortage of trained
Yeshiva Principals at which he educators as "the major obstacle
reported on the survey on Fed- in the path of an even more
eral aid to religion-sponsored rapid rate of growth in the move-
schools conducted by Torah Ume- ment over the next five years."
Rabbi Elias lauded the teacher
sorah among the nation's He-
training program of Torah Ume-
brew Day Schools.
He told the delegates that an sorah which provides for the
overwhelming majority of the establishment of comprehensive
principals and directors of He- courses of study and practice at
brew Day Schools responding major rabbinical seminaries. He
to the poll have indicated their expressed satisfaction that the
support for Federal aid to re- three teacher training facilities
ligion-sponsored schools and have established in New York, Cleve-
rejected the claim that such aid land and Baltimore had already
might lead to undesirable gov- attracted scores of qualified stu-
ernment interference in the ad- dents planning to enter the
SEAG RAM'S
field.
ministration of their schools.
At the final session of the
An appeal for a more inten-
sive teacher training program to convention, delegates approved
provide the specially skilled ed- a project to promote the ex-.
ucators needed for Hebrew day change of students between
schools throughout the United American Hebrew day schools
States. and Canada was made by and day schools in Israel. The
IMPORTED CANADIAN WHISKY AT ITS FINEST!
Rabbi Elias of Detroit, president program will be put into effect
by various Hebrew day schools
of the NCYP.
Stressing the need "for a in this country through scholar-
qualitative growth in day schools ships allocated for the purpose.
The delegates also decided to
to match the quantitative growth
over the past decade," Rabbi have a seminar in Jerusalem in IMPORTED IN THE BOTTLE FROM CANADA, SEAGRAM'S V. 0. CANADIAN WHISKY—A BLEND OF
SELECTED WHISKIES, SIX YEARS OLD • 86.8 PROOF • SEAGRAM DISTILLERS COMPANY, N. Y. C.
the summer of 1964.
Elias declared:

KNOWN 7 1
BY
THE
COMPANY
IT
KEEPS

1 5 — THE DETROIT JEWISH N EWS — Fri day, May 24, 1963

Shaarey Zedek Youth to Present
`Pirates of Penzance' in Hebrew

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