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December 02, 1966 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-12-02

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Happy Hanuka Promised at Hebrew Schools

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The graduating classes of Adas
Shalom-Beth Aaron and Southfield
branches of the United Hebrew
Schools will hear Rabbi Leonard
Cahan speak on "Hanuka in
Japan" at a latke party 6:30 p.m.
Thursday at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue.
Rabbi Cahan, assistant rabbi at
Adas Shalom, spent several years
as a chaplain in Japan. The pro-
gram also will include a play writ-
ten and presented by Natan Gold-
enberg's graduating class of the
Southfield branch and community
singing under the direction of
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel.
Staff members of Adas Sha-
lom-Beth Aaron branches will
conduct their annual workshop
for parents and students 11 a.m.
Sunday at Beth Aaron Synagogue.
The Southfield branch will hold
a Hanuka assembly at Birney
School 11 a.m., Dec. 11. Students
will present a program of plays,
songs and dance.

Plight of Soviet Jews to Be Enacted
in Citywide Youth Program at Center

* * *

school hours by volunteers of the
Parent Teachers Organization.
A workshop for parents and
students, under the supervision
of the staff, will be held 9:15
a.m. Sunday in the auditorium of
the Esther Berman Building. On
Dec. 11, students will present a
Hanuka program during regular
school hours, and 8 p.m. Dec. 15
parents, students and staff will
participate in a Hanuka program.
Junior congregation services
Dec. 10 will include the Hanuka

Plans have been completed for resenting a number of different
groups. The presentation will
ning Committee Hanuka Program, deal with the plight of Soviet
to be held Dec. 10. Jewry and the symbolic freedom
The program will begin with a theme of Hanuka.
torchlight parade from the Labor
There will be an Israeli social
Zionist Institute at 7 p.m. The following the program. The Cen-
parade will continue on Seven Mile ter's Young Dancers Guild, mem-
Road to Curtis and down Curtis to bers of Habonim, Hashomer Hat-
the
Jewish Center. where a pro- zair, and Jewish Parents Institute
*
*
*
gram will begin at 8. Teen Group will lead and teach
Featured will be songs, dances, old and new Israeli dances.
Maccabean Duck Shoot Set Up at Carnival
This program is open to all
Adas Shalom United Synagogue coordinator, announces there will poetry reading and dramatic pres-
Youth's annual Hanuka Carnival be many games, such as Mac- entations by Jewish youth groups. youth at a nominal charge.
The highlight will be an origi-
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday cabean Duck Shoot, The Path to
nal Hanuka play, written by a
at the synagogue.
Freedom and Hannah's Happy
For the HY Spot
Louis Rosen, youth education Honeymoons. There are over 100 group member, with actors rep-
Of Your Affair
prizes to win at each game, and
Music by
the refreshments stand will fea-
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
ture hot dogs. The entire commu-
Portraiture of Distinction
For Your Weddings
nity is welcome at a small charge.

Youth

ews

Students of the Cohn branch will
perform at a Hanuka assembly 11
a.m., Dec. 11 at the Cohn Building.
Borman branch students will see
magic performed by Magical Mel
at their building 10 a.m., Dec. 11.
The Esther Berman branch gift
shop has a large assortment of
ROCK OF AGES
Hanuka items and baked goods. Rock of ages, let our song
Business is conducted during Praise Thy saving power;
Thou amidst the raging foes
West our shelt-ring tower.
Furious they assailed us
But Thine arm availed us
And Thy word

Broke their sword
When our own strength failed us.
MO-OZ TSUR
Bnai Moshe Sophomore Chapter, Mo-Oz tsur y'shu-o-si,
United Synagogue Youth will hold L-cho no-eh l'sha-be-ach
a "Dreidel Drag Dance" 8:30 p.m. Tik-kon bes t'fil-o-si,
Saturday in the synagogue youth V'shom todoh nza-be-ach
lounge.
L'es tochirn mat-be-ach
Refreshments, games and a live Mits-tsor ham-mna-be-ach
band, "Sands of Time," will be Oz eg'mor
featured. All 7th and 8th graders B'shir miz-mor.
are invited at a charge.
Ha-nu-kas ham-miz-be-ach.
LITTLE CANDLE FIRES
Sue Blum is adviser to the chap-
ter.
On this night
* * *
Let us light
( *) little candle fires
Third through sixth graders of ,
USY will meet 2 p.m. Sunday at Tis a sight
the synagogue and then proceed to 0, so bright !
(*) little candle fires
the rink for a roller skating party.
The clubs are under the direction They say "Fight
of Ronnie Sussman and Marshall For the Right"
Say little candle fires
Cohen.
So this night
* * *
.Let us light
The Senior USY Chapter will
(*) little candle fires
hold a general meeting 7:30 p.m. (*) On each of the nights
Sunday in the youth lounge. Victor of Hanuka sing the
Roth is adviser. Also meeting correct numbers
Sunday will be the Arts and Crafts
Club, under the direction of Eileen
Davis and Aviva Nobel. They'll Gan Israel Reunion
get together at 1:30 p.m. in the to Bring Together
board room.

Hanuka Songs

Bnai Moshe USY
Plans to Spin at
Dreidel Drag

*

* *

Delegates who represented Bnai
Moshe at the USY fall board meet-
ing in Youngstown, 0., last week-
end were Marshall Cohen, presi-
dent of Senior USY at Bnai Moshe,
Joyce Horowitz, Lynne Reed,
Irene Kupfer, Elaine Tanzman and
Avery Harris.

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tourists did — when polled by a lead-
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theme. Parents - are invited to at-
tend services and a luncheon to
be served in the auditorium of the
Esther Berman Building.
All grades of the Bnai Moshe
branch will perform playlets based
on Hanuka at their special assem-
blies during school hours at the
synagogue Dec. 14 and 15.
Parent-teacher organizations are
assisting with the plans and pro-
viding the refreshments for the
affairs. PTO volunteers will act as
hostesses.

Friday, December 2, 1966-27

Boys From 10 Cities

Hundreds of boys from Detroit,
Windsor, Toronto, London, Cincin-
nati, New York, Montreal, Newark,
Flint and Pittsburgh will gather in
Oak Park for a Camp Gan Israel
reunion the weekend of Dec. 10.
Camp Gan Israel is an Orthodox
Jewish summer camp.
The children will be taken on
trips to places of interest in De-
troit and vicinity. They will be en-
tertained by their counselors and
staff, as well as by professional
entertainers and will be treated to
camp-style banquets accompanied
by singing and dancing.
The reunion programs will cen-
ter around the Mishkan Israel
Synagogue.

Snowtime Session Set
at Camp Shomria

* *
`Seminars on Theology'
Held for U-M Students

The Atid group at the University
of Michigan is sponsoring a series
of monthly seminars Wednesday
evenings, devoted to "Modern
Trends in Jewish Theology," led
by Rabbi Leonard Cahan of Adas
Shalom Synagogue.
Any student interested in par-
ticipating may contact Rabbi White
in Ann Arbor or Rabbi Caban, UN
4-7474.

They Made
the Grade

Former All-City quarterback
ALEX TISCHLER, 18915 Stoepel,
showed that he will be ready for
promotion to the Wayne State Uni-
versity football varsity next year
as the lanky signal-caller led the
junior varsity team in four cate-
gories in their abbreviated two-
game season. The 6-3, 195-pound
Tischler, passed for 112 yards, ran
for 46 more and had 158 yards in
total offense, all team-leading
marks. In addition, the hard-run-
ning Tischler returned three kick-
offs 52 yards for another team
leadership.

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• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS

Harold Grossbart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph M. Grossbart, 12711
Sterling, Oak Park, became Bar
Mitzva at services last Saturday
morning at Cong. Beth Abraham.
A reception was held that evening.
Harold's name was erroneously
omitted from the synagogue list
last Friday.

• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
ACCURATELY FILLED

Oneg Shabbat Program

Agudath Israel of Detroit an-
nounces a new oneg Shabbat pro-
gram has been initiated at Cong.
Shomrey Eniunah for boys and
girls age 4-7 in the upper North-
west area.
Groups meet at 3 p.m. Saturdays
for games, dances and refresh-
ments.
Morris Dorn and Meyer Wein-
garden have provided refreshments
for similar programs at Congs.
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah and
Bnai Zion.

SZO Leaders to Discuss
Security Policies in ME

NEW YORK

More than 100
members of the Student Zionist.
Organization — leaders of their
college campus groups — are ex-
pected to attend a three-day sem-
inar on "Security Policies in Is-
rael and the Middle East," this
weekend at Weiss' Farm, South
Branch, N.J. The seminar is spon-
sored by the Mid-Atlantic Region
of SZO.



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There will be skating, sledding,
tobogganing and hiking.
Indoor activities will include folk
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and hall (recorder) classes, crafts,
conversational Hebrew and dis-
cussions.
Assaf Orr, camp director, an-
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