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August 23, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-23

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activ ities in Society

"Take me out to the ball game" will be sung by 100 students
of the Beth Shalom Religious School of Oak Park on Wednesday
when they will go to Tiger Stadium to see the Tigers play the
Los Angeles Angels. Buses have been chartered, and parents,
P.T.O. members and Beth Shalom School Board members are
invited to chaperone the group.
Temple Israel will observe a festival in honor of the newly
born daughter of Cantor and Mrs. Harold Orbach. The naming of
the baby girl will be conducted by the rabbis of the congregation
tonight. In celebration of the occasion, Cantor Orbach will render
a program of religious, Israeli, Hasidic and synagogual melodies
under the title "A Sermon in Song." The public is invited. At the
close of the service the Sisterhood will sponsor a reception. The
cantor and his wife and their four children have recently moved
into the new Parsonage at 17545 Muirland.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ungerleider of Griggs
Ave. were guests of their parents at a recent family reunion
attended by 100 relatives and friends. Included were Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Watnick and their children, Shelley, Lorrie and Brian,
of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hochberg and their
children, Florence and Sammy, formerly of Livonia and now of
Grand Rapids; and Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Ungerleider and daugh-
ter, who recently resumed their Detroit residence after living
in Dayton, 0.

Service Group Plans Israel
Survey Tour, 14th Stag Day

Max M. Shaye, president,
Detroit Service Group, an-
nounces plans for two import-
ant functions. -
The Detroit Service Group
Israel Survey Tour will leave
Detroit Oct. 1 for a 14-day in-
spection of Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-supported programs and
facilities in Israel. Milton K.
Mahler, former president of-
the Service Group, will be tour
chairman.
Bert L. Smokler, associate
chairman, Tamarack Hills Au-
thority, will be survey chair-

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Dialogue between
Rabbi Chaim Essrog and Rabbi
Irwin Blank, on "Peace and
War."

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COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Mrs. Warren D.
Greenstone, president, Infants
Service Group, will discuss the
role and program of that or-
ganization.
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THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Featutre: A musical concert
by young Israeli artists and in-
terviews with Isaac Stern and
Marion Anderson.
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TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: Rabbi Morris Adler
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek will
discuss the teachings of "Solo-
mon Schechter, Architect of
Conservative Judaism," in the
second of a series of discus-
sions highlighting the historic
development of the three re-
ligious branches of Judaism.
* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: Mark Van Doren
and Maurice Samuel discuss
"The Supporting Cast of the
Bible," interesting aspects and
interpretations of some lesser
known Biblical characters.

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man and will direct the pres-
entation of the group's report.
Milton Weiner, secretary of
the community relations budget
division, will be tour director.
Secondly, all men who work-
ed in the 1963 Allied Jewish
Campaign are invited to attend
the 14th annual Detroit Serv-
ice Group stag day, all day
Wednesday, Sept. 11, at Knoll-
wood Country Club.
Stag Day gives campaign
workers a chance to enjoy
good fellowship on a day de-
voted to relaxation. It is a
day for golf, cards, swimming,
sunning and chatting with
friends, or any and all combin-
ations of these. The day ends
with dinner and a chance to
win prizes.
The name of the 1964
chairman of the Allied Jew-
ish Campaign is traditionally
announced at stag day.
The survey tour is for lead-
ers and key workers in the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
Allied Jewish Campaign. The
tour will include visits to ref-
ugee centers in Paris and Vien-
na.
A multi-lingual official of
the Jewish agency will join the
tour in Israel and introduce
tour members to Israelis in all
walks of life.
Tour members will visit
temporary housing and feeding
facilities that the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee has estab-
lished in France to serve Jews
who fled Algeria. The Israel
portion of the tour will include
an all-day trip to Eilat, in
Israel's southern tip, where the
territorial boundaries of Syria,
Jordan and Egypt converge.
The tour members include
Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Brown,
Dr. and Mrs. John N. Grekin,
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kaufman, Dr.
Mortimer B. Levin, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton K. Mahler, Dr.
and Mrs. Jack Rom, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert L. Smokier, Dr. and
Mrs. William Stoler, Joseph
Stoler, Mr. and Mrs. Julian
Phillips, Mrs. Frank Vass and
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Wins-
ton.
For reservations and further
information on the tour and
stag day call the Federation,
WO 5-3939.

SAUL HOROWITZ, Jr., build-
ing industry executive, has
been -named chairman of the
1963-64 fund-raising campaign
of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of New York.
The 46th annual appeal will
open Sept. 1.

Nosanchuk-Pantzer
Rites Solemnized

MRS. MICHAEL NOSANCHUK

Laurie Pantzer became the
bride of Michael Nosanchuk in
a ceremony Aug. 18, performed
by Rabbi M. Robert Syme and
Rabbi Ernst Conrad at Temple
Israel.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mrs. Frieda Pantzer of Oak
Park and Mrs. George Pantzer
of Detroit and Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph Nosanchuk of Pontiac.
The bride wore an ivory
satin gown designed with a
scoop neck and three-quarter
sleeves. Appliques of re-em-
broidered Alencon lace beaded
with seed pearls and crystals
encircled the neck and hem of
the full skirt which ended in
a chapel train. A jeweled crown
secured her shoulder-length
veil. •
Renee Pantzer, the bride's
sister, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Beverly and
Judy Nosanchuk and Mrs. Gor-
don Suber, sisters of the bride-
groom, Mrs. Marvin Kertes,
Hazel Katz, Dolores Pasman
and Marjorie Kaatz.
Donald Janower served his
cousin as best man. Ushers
were Dr. Murray Janower,
Brookline, Mass., Phillip Gore-
lick, Omaha, Neb., Richard
Serwin, Stephen Fisher, Mich-
ael Kwiker, Manuel Raimi and
Gorden Suber.
After thier honeymoon at the
Concord, the couple will reside
in Detroit.

Center Provides Enrichment Plan
to Compensate for School Half-Days

The Jewish Center has an-
nounced it will provide an "en-
richment program" for those
children who will be affected
by the half day schedule for the
first, fourth and seventh grades
in the Detroit public schools.
Activity groups will be offer-
ed for children who will be en-
tering the first grade of public
school on a three day a week
basis—Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Parallel groups will be
offered in the morning from
8:45 to 11 a.m. for children at-
tending school in the afternoon,
and from 1 to 3:15 p.m. for
children who go to school dur-
ing the morning.
Each of these groups, con-
sisting of approximately 25 chil-
dren, will be introduced to and
participate in a variety of ac-
tivities and skills geared to this
age level, such as arts and
crafts, creative dramatics, story
telling, group games and sports,
music. They will be under the
leadership of people trained and
experienced in working with
this age child. Registration can
be accepted for the full semes-
ter only.
Activity groups for fourth
and seventh grade age groups
will be offered on a daily basis
Monday through Friday. Sepa-
rate groups will be offered dur-
ing morning (8:45-11 a.m.) and
afternoon (1- 3:15 p.m.) hours
for each grade. Each session
will be divided into two periods.
One of these periods will be
devoted to a different cultural
or hobby activity on each day
of the week, with the other pe-
riod for physical education in-
struction, games; athletics and
free play in the Center's gym-
nasium and pool. Use of the
Center library will be available
for study and reading as an
alternative to the physical edu-
cation segment of the program.
The purpose of the Center
program is to provide "meaning-
ful and enriching activities for

10 Detroit Youths
at Camp Habonim

Ten Detroit youths are
among 110 boys and girls at-
tending Midwest Camp Habon-
im, Three Rivers, Mich., a
member of Habonim Camping
Association now celebrating its
30th anniversary.
The Detroit youths are Anita
Handelman, 18260 Stansbury;
Sherrill Lengel, 19729 Green-
lawn; Marcia Robins, 17621
Woodbine; Steven Rubin,
18716 Birwood; Helen Shiff-
man, 20500 Freeland; Malka
Turteltaub, 15861 Tuller and
counsellors Elaine Hollander,
17601 Roselawn; Daniel Kut-
nick, 18309 Woodingham;
David Wasserman, 3805 Blaine,
and Marcy Miller, 20534 E. Rue
Versailles Drive, Oak Park.
The nine association camps
are patterned after a coopera-
tive settlement in Israel.
Habonim Camping Associa-
tion is said to be the largest
Jewish organizational network
of camps in North America. It
is sponsored by Habonim,
American Labor Zionist youth
organization.
One of the founders of the
first Habonim camp in Ac-
cord, N.Y., was Mrs. Golda
Meir, foreign minister of the
State of Israel. She assisted
in the acquisition of the land
in 1933.

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children during that period
when they would ordinarily be
in school. It is not to be seen
as a substitute for a full day
school program." The public
schools will not grant academic
credit for participation in the
Center program. Detailed infor-
mation and applications are
available at the Center. Sessions
will begin on Sept. 12 and 13.

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