Students Planning to Conduct Model Sect/a/rim Before Passover
•A Passover "preview" will be dal, and traditional Passover
offered to students in the commu- foods will be served.
The Borman Branch will hold its
nity's Jewish schools next week.
Model sedarim have been planned seder 11 a.m. Sunday at Beth
in all Hebrew day and afternoon Moses Synagogue. As in previous
stools and in many synagogue years, Abraham and Tom Borman
are sponsoring the seder, and they
Students of the United Hebrew and their wives have been invited
Schools will observe the festival to be guests of honor.
The Esther Berman Branch and
with the reading of the Hagga-
to Help Send Students
to Israel for a Year
the Young Israel Center of Oak- sources and also from the new
Woods are conducting their seda- Hebrew - Yiddish literature, was
American Jewish youth will be
rim 10:30 a.m. Sunday. The Esther printed and illustrated. The school
Berman students will meet in their choir will chant traditional and assisted by Farband-Labor Zionist
building and will honor June grad- new Hebrew songs, and six candles Order in their plans to attend Is-
uates at that time. All students of will be lit in memory of the 6,000,- raeli universities, kibbutzim or
Young Israel will participate in 000 Jews who perished. All grades some other Israeli institution, ac-
their seder at Young Israel of Oak- will participate , including those cording to a decision taken by
age 5 and 6. The PTA committee, Farband's national executive com-
The seder for Adas Shalom stu- with Mrs. Alfred Bricker and Mrs. mittee.
The Farband Israel Scholarship
dents will be held in the synagogue David Silberg, will serve Passover
refreshments. The public is in- Award, the vehicle for the assist-
5 p.m. Wednesday.
ance, was established on the
Because of the size of the stu- vited.
occasion of the fraternal organiza-
dent body, the Bnai Moshe- Oak
Park Branch will devote two For Those Less Fortunate tion's 50th anniversary celebration
in 1963. Implemented last year._
days to celebrations 4 p.m.
In connection with the holiday the NEC action assured that t"-
Wednesday and Thursday in the
and in the old Jewish tradition to project will be continued a.
Bnai Moshe Synagogue.
Beth Aaron will conduct its seder give "Mo'os Hittim," the children broadened for the 1966-67 prograth
Bnai Moshe Juniors
4 p.m. Thursday at the synagogue. of Hayim Greenberg School con- year.
Designed to encourage Farband
to Install Officers;
The Cohn Branch will have its tribute to the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and to the Beth Nachama members to send their children
Progressive Dinner Set building.
project sponsored by the Pioneer and grandchildren for at least one
The Junior Congregation of Cong.
The newest branch, Southfield, Women's Organization of Detroit. year to Israel, the program has
Bnai Moshe will install officers at will be observing the holiday 11
Hillel Day School has designated been acclaimed as an important
Saturday morning services in the a.m. April 3 in the Birney School. April 1 as Mo'os Hittim Day. Chil- incentive and means to help de-
The June graduates of the South- dren are encouraged to bring an velop a closer relationship with
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will in- field Branch will be honored and extra coin with their regular tze- and a better understanding of life
stall David Reed, president; Jon- will receive gifts from the PTO. dakah to go to the Mo'os Hittim and events in Israel by American
athan Licht, vice president; Sari The graduates will lead in the Fund.
Applications and requests for in-
Miller, secretary; and Andy Licht reading of the Haggadah.
Traditionally, the Jew begins his
may be addressed to
Pesach preparations by offering a
* * *
sedarim during regular sessions generous gift for the Mo'os Hittim Farband-Labor Zionist Order, 575
Sophomore Chapter United Syn- with the morning group gathering Passover Relief Fund, which as- Sixth Ave., New York City.
Highlighting the month of March agogue Youth, under advisers Su- Wednesday and afternoon group sists needy families in the commu-
for the Birmingham community is san Blum and Marshall Cohen, will Thursday.
nity and abroad to celebrate this
the Groves High School presenta- hold a progressive dinner Satur-
The Parent-Teacher Organization festival with dignity and comfort.
tion of "Carnival." Given three day evening, starting out at 8 p.m. in each branch is in charge of
is now taking
times last week, the show has been from Bnai Moshe. Mrs. Jerome arrangements and will host the
for summer employment.
a sellout for each performance, Lechner, Mrs. Emil Reed and Mrs. celebrations. The families of the
and will be presented again to- David Weisberg will be hostesses. students are invited.
night and Saturday.
Hillel Day School's model seda-
Senior USYers Lyne Reed and rim are scheduled for Tuesday,
Last week's shows proved the Jerry
Sixteen members of Michigan
cast to be as great as any. Bruce the Hebrew and English writing di- with grades 2-8 meeting 10:30 State Temple Youth (MSTY) will ************************
Canner in the male lead role of
travel to Hebrew Union College,
Paul, an embittered dancer who, visions at the Central Region con- The kindergarten and first grade Cincinnati, this weekend for the
classes will hold their seder 1 National Federation of Temple
crippled by a war injury, has been
reduced to running a tiny puppet ris was elected third vice president p.m. at the school building.
Youth (NFTY) Pilgrimage.
booth in a bankrupt circus, con- of the region.
The seder is conducted entirely
Purpose of the weekend is to
firmed himself to be a fine actor
by children attending the school, acquaint NFTY-ites with the rab- * LI 8-4432
with a more-than-adequate voice. New Type Grad School and the PTO will serve Passover binical school. There will be serv-
luncheon. Mrs. Irving Schnipper ices and discussion groups this
Patty Harling, who plays Lili, a Set Up at Yeshiva U.
RESERVE NOW FOR
wistful little waif who wanders
NEW YORK (JTA) — Yeshiva and Mrs. Myer Mandelbaum are evening followed by an oneg Shab-
into the carnival looking for a job, University announced plans for the co-chairmen. Parents are invited. bat at the college.
Talmud Torah students of Young
Saturday's activities will include
is quite impressive as the demure establishment of a new type of
and innocent teenager.
graduate school which will bring Israel Center of Oak-Woods will Sabbath services, a tour of HUC's
Chip Gerdan, as the suave together, under one roof, scholars Sunday under the direction of and the University of Cincinnati's
magician, Marco, is the dashing
Rabbi Nissim Hayward.
morning NFTY-ites will hear Dr.
Services Entire Week
villain, perpetually in danger of of disciplines in the humanities
Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-Yid- Nelson Glueck speak on "Deities
losing his "incomparable" as- and social sciences.
dish School will have its model and Dolphins" before departing
sistant Rosalie, played by Linda
seder 1 p.m. April 3 at the Labor for their homes in all parts of the
Appleblatt. Linda is a natural, known by Dr. Samuel Belkin, presi- Zionist Institute.
and is given a fine opportunity dent of the university, at an all-
A special Haggadah, with read
to display her talents in the role day symposium. The school, he ing material from the original
said, will be known as the Ferkauf
of Marco's mistress.
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
Graduate School of Humanities
Jacquot, played by John Lyons, and Social Sciences.
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
Dr. William Wattenberg
and B. F. Schlegel, played by my-
Concentrating its programs for
self, are two characterizations
doctoral level students, the new Next in 'Breakfast
which bring more color and action
to the show. The chorus, high- Ferkauf Graduate School will be With the Prof' Series
lighted by Barry Barnett, Alan structured so that students and
The series "Breakfast With the
Is Conveniently Located at
Prystowski, Nancy Uren, Merle scholars may simultaneously pur- Professor" will feature Dr. Wil-
Carson, Scott Canner and Leslie
liam W. Wattenberg, professor of
(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
Carnick does an excellent job on priorities, and gain greater fam- educational psychology at Wayne
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its songs, "Beautiful Candy" and iliarity and respect for different State University and assistant
but often complementary disci-
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plines, Dr. Belkin said. He noted
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that "a single graduate school in-
cluding sociology and psychology,
Oak Park High Fourth
Teen-agers, grades 7 through 12,
special education and guidance, lit-
erature and art under one roof will have an opportunity to dis-
in State Math Contest
CUSTOM HOME-S CZD"
cuss over breakfast Dr. Watten-
Oak Park High School placed is a new departure in American berg's field.
fourth in the State of Michigan
Dr. Wattenberg, who worked
At the convocation, Dr. Belkin
Mathematics Contest. Paul Mil-
with the Youth Bureau of the
grom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abra- conferred honorary degrees on Dr. Detroit Police Department from
ham Milgrom, 21820 Sussex, and Lee J. Cronbach, professor of ed- 1947 through 1963 on a series
Ronald Landsman, son of Mrs. ucation and psychology at Stan- of studies involving juvenile de-
Joseph Berger, 23530 Gardner, ford University; Dr. Paul F. Laz-
were silver medal winners, and arfeld, professor of social science linquency, was also director of
each received a $150 scholarship. and associate director of the Bu- the Delinquency Control Train-
ing Center from 1962 to 1965.
Marvin Keshnir, son of Mr. and reau of Applied Social Research
He has written two books, "The
Mrs. Harold Keshnir, 21640 Strat-
Adolescent Years" and "Mental
ford Ct., received a $50 scholar- W. Tyler, director of the Center Hygiene in Teaching." He has also
ship; and Robert Rozenberg, son for Advanced Study in the Behav-
of Mr. and Mrs. David Rozenberg, ioral Sciences, Stanford, Cal.; and published 40 articles.
Dr. Wattenberg received his BS
23841 Scotia, received honorable Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz, spirit-
mention. The winners presented ual leader of the Hillcrest Jewish degree from City College of New
York and received his MA and
Kate Pankin, high school mathe- Center, Flushing, N.Y.
PhD degrees from Columbia Uni-
matics teacher, with an orchid in
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appreciation for her efforts.
Geneva Youth Protest
Prior to his appointment at
Desecration of Shrine
WSU, Dr. Wattenberg taught at
Hebrew U. Students Hit
GENEVA (JTA) .— Jewish the universities of Oregon and
Use our Home Design or Your Own
Hawaii, Northwestern University,
NORMAN N. SNYDER LEOPOLD J. SNYDER
meeting Monday in front of the
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Stu- Geneva synagogue, to protest Chicago Teachers' College and
Construction and Design
dents Union of the Hebrew Uni- against the continued smearing of Stanford University.
versity denounced plans by a the city's monument to Jewish mar-
in the youth division.
group of geography students to tyrs.
visit West Germany under the aus-
The monument has been desecra-
pices of the Bonn government to ted three times in the last month. Beth Moses USY Service
study the country's industrial de- Over 50 persons, including many
Beth Moses Senior United Syna-
non-Jews and priests, and mem- gogue Youth held a drive to col-
bers of the wartime resistance lect toys, books and trading stamps
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
movement from France, attended for a children's orphan home and
38—Friday, March 25, 1966
Cranhrook House Motel