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May 07, 1965 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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Hayim Greenberg School Starts Fall Enrollment

News Brevities

Eleven new dances and some
request repeats will be performed
by the world-famous MOISEYEV
DANCE COMPANY from Moscow
when it appears for four per-
formances at Detroit's Masonic
Auditorium, May 14, 15 and 16.
*
The Scandinavian Symphony Or-
chestra will present the 4th con-
cert of its 35th season, Saturday
May 15, at 8:30, in the Scottish
Rite Cathedral of the Masonic
Temple. The featured soloist for
this concert will be Miss JUDY
BERMAN, violinist, a young ac-
complished musician who is pres-
ently gaining national repute. Miss
Berman was presented in solo re-
citals in Detroit in 1959 and 1964.
She was also a contestant in the
Scandinavian Symphony Society
Artist Contest held in 1962. She
is presently teaching on the grad-
uate level at State University of
Iowa, Iowa City, and is continu-
ing her own studies with Charles
Treger.
* * *
T h e DETROIT CONSERVA-
TORY OF MUSIC, the state's old-
est school of music, founded in
1874 by Jacob H. Hahn, is observ-
ing its 91st anniversary year this
week.
* * *
The ADULT LEADERSHIP
SERIES which has started at St.
Gregory Gymnasium will continue
to present information valuable
to members of organizations and
groups on Wednesday evenings
through May 26. For information,
call the College Park Area Neigh-
borhood Service Center, 342-8212.
In addition, Northwest area busi-
nessmen interested in a small
business administration informa-
tion series may call the College
Park Office.
* * *
KENNETH JEWELL CHORALE
will dedicate its concert to "Michi-
gan Week," and in its honor will
feature a choral work by Clark
Easth.am. eminent Michigan com-
poser, 8:30 p-m., May 17, at the
Community Arts Auditorium. For
reservations and information, call
the Chorale offices, 864-0010. A
limited number of student tickets
are available at Wayne State Uni-
versity.
* * *
A season of music, comedy, mys-
tery and drama will be offered
theater-goers this summer at
NORTHLAND PLAYHOUSE, be-
beginning with the season-opener,
"A Funny Thing Happened on the
Way to the Forum," June 16.
George Hamilton, Hollywood star,
heads the cast of the second offer-
ing, "Gigi," June 29. "Strictly Dis-
honorable," starring Cesar Romero,
will open July 6. Other season at-
tractions are "Student Prince,"
July 13; "Love and Kisses," July
20 "Never Too Late," Aug. 10;
and "Camelot," Aug. 17.
* * *
The fourth annual "NATIONAL
POLICE WEEK" has been an-
nounced for May 9-16. The most
important event of Police Week
will be the Detroit Police Depart-
ment's Centennial Celebration —
May 15. The Metropolitan Police
Department of Detroit was found-
ed on May 15, 1865, by order of
the Michigan State Legislature.
Centennial celebration activities

JWV Activities

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will hold its annual
Mothers and Daughters Banquet
6:30 p.m. Monday at Ahavas Achim
Synagogue. Mrs. Jack Iden, presi-
dent of the Department of Michi-
gan JWVA, will install newly
elected officers.
* * *
DETROIT POST 135 AND
AUXILIARY will meet at 9:30
p.m. Thursday in the Labor Zion-
ist Institute.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, May 7, 1965

will be included with Police Week
efforts. A week-long display of
modern police vehicles on Wash-
ington Boulevard is one of the
events planned.
* * *
PASTEUR SCHOOL PTA HUM-
AN RELATIONS COMMITTEE
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
school auditorium to hear eye-
witness reports from two partici-
pants in the Selma to Montgomery,
Ala. March. They are Father James
Sheehan, executive secretary of
the Archbishop's Committee on
Human Relations, and Charles
Wansley, a college student from
Jackson, Miss.
* k*
Tickets for TIGER games may
now be purchased at the J. L.
Hudson Co. stores — Downtown,
Northland and Eastland. Special
ticket sales booths have been in-
stalled in all three stores and will
be installed in Hudson's new West-
land Store when it opens in July.

. Hayim Greenberg School is now
accepting children for enrollment
in the fall semester of nursery,
Sunday school and regular after-
noon classes.
The school offers a modern He-
brew education suitable for the
American Jewish child from age
31/2 up. Yiddish language is taught
from the third grade. Jewish his-
tory, Bible, current events, songs,

William Sklar to Join

Peace Corps in Africa

William H. Sklar, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore Sklar, 15822 Ad-
dison, Southfield, has been
named a Peace Corps Volunteer,
having completed three months of
training at Columbia University.
He will leave for Nigeria Tuesday.
Sklar will join some 635 Peace
Corpsmen already at work in
Nigeria. The new group will sup-
plement Peace Corps teaching
strength in secondary schools and
replace some volunteer teachers
who have completed their two
years of service.

holidays and traditions are a reg-
ular part of the curriculum.
For information, call the school,
UN 4-6319 daily and Sunday from
10 a.m. until noon.

Now

2 Americans, Canadian
Win NY Bible Quiz

NEW YORK (JTA)—Two Amer-
ican Jewish youngsters and a third
from Toronto were named as the
first-prize winners of free round
trips to Israel in the finals of the
sixth annual Bible contest for the
United States and Canada spon-
sored by the department of educa-
tion and culture of the Jewish
Agency for Israel.
The first winners were: Robert
Kaplan of Far Rockaway, N.Y.;
Rena Sorkin of Minneapolis; and
Edward Fingold of Toronto.

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