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September 27, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, September 27, 1968

Omnibus Offers Series
of Programs for Children

Season tickets are now being sold
for "Omnibus"—Children's Theater
at the Jewish Center. This pro-
gram again offers four presenta-
tions. They include "The Little
Tailor" by Henry K. Martin Pro-
ductions, Nov. 17; "The Light," a
dance drama about Hanuka by
Young Dancers Guild, Dec. 15;
"Hansel land Gretel" by Wayne
State University Children's Thea-
ter, Jan. 26; and "Folksongs and
Funsongs," stories to music, by
Joe and Penny Aaronson, March 9.
For ticket information, call Mrs.
Louis E. Rudner, 342-4200, Ext. 292.

Michigan State Temple Youth Wins Community Council Award

For the second consecutive year,
Michigan State Temple Youth has
been designated the recipient of
the Jewish Community Council's
Youth Organization Award.
Joe Chafets, MSTY regionallpres-
ident, will accept the award on be-
half of his organization at the
Council's first delegate assembly

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meeting of the season 8:30 p.m. award is presented to the one
group which has made a significant
Oct. 17 at the Jewish Center.
The youth award was inaugu contribution in these areas.
rated last year as a means of rec-
In announcing the recommen-
ognizing the activities of local
dation of the selection commit.
youth groups in areas of social tee, Council President Lawrence
action and community service. Gubow stated that the committee
Based on the recommendation of a
was pleased to note an increase
special selection committee, the in the number of youth organiza-
tions involved in issues of par-
ticular interest and concern to
the Community Council. These
included such areas as Soviet
Jewry, urban problems, Israel
and inter-faith contacts.
"In the opinion of our selection
committee, Gubow continue d,
"Michigan State Temple Youth
provided an outstanding example
of a total programing effort en-
compassing a variety of issues all
within the spirit of the award,
which encourages a learning and
doing effort."
MSTY's "Mitzva Corps," which
provides tutorial assistance at two
inner-city schools, was developed
for the growing number of young
Jews who wanted their religious
expression to be relevant to the
large number of social problems
which now exist. e
In addition, MSTY established
discussion groups dealing with such
urban problems as open housing,
poverty and police-community re-
lations. Other projects included a

conference on Soviet anti-Semitism
and interfaith exchanges with
Catholic and Protestant youth
groups.

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Fairview Branch of the Adas
Shalom Synagogue Religious School,
in Farmington, has enlarged its
Sunday school staff. Together with
the recently opened United Hebrew
School classes, grades 1-3, the
branch can accommodate students
from kindergarten through fifth
grade.
The synagogue, with the United
Hebrew Schools, also sponsors a
full facility at Thompson Junior
High School in Southfield for grades
kindergarten through five. Parents
interested in enrolling their chil-
dren in either of these branches
may contact Adas Shalom, UN 4-
7474, or United Hebrew Schools, DI
1-3407.

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Wife: No, he swears terribly
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Matthew Marcus, 12, works an advanced calculus problem at New
York City College, where he plans to major in mathematics, physics
or both. The youngest NYCC student in this century, Matthew gets an
approving nod from Prof. Harry Dym.

Detroiter Is Sought by Her Sister in Vilna

In an appeal to T h e Jewish
News for information on the where-
abouts of a Detroit family, the
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
writes:
"Leah Mowshowitz, presently in
Vilna is looking to make contact
with her sister Nachama and her
family in Detroit.
"Leah was born in Kovno and is
the daughter of a coachman. She
is now retired and lives in Vilno
on ,a government pension.
"Her sister Nachama left Kov-
no for the United States in 1906
and lived in Brooklyn, N.Y. In
1920 she wrote a letter to Leah

in which she stated that she was
living together with her husband,
Jacob Meltzman, in Detroit and
that her husband was a presser
by trade. ,
"In 1922, Leah heard that the
Meltzmans had a daughter Slava,
and again in about 1924 or 1925
she heard that they had a son
Aaron. This was the last time Leah
had heard about her sister.
"Leah Mowshowitz is not in need
of any financial help, but she is
alone and is anxious to make con-
tact with her family in the United
States."
Contact can be made with YIVO,
1048 Fifth Ave., New York 16028.

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13 Viennese Boys to Study
JWV Department to Meet
at Brooklyn Seminary

BROOKLYN — Thirteen students
from Vienna have enrolled at the
Yeshiva ToralVodaath and Mesivta,
the world's largest Orthodox Sem-
inary.
They augment the schools en-
rollment of more than 2,000 stu-
dents from 27 foreign countries and
25 states.

The Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans and its ladies
auxiliary will hold a combined
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday at the
JWV office in the Labor Zionist
Institute. Plans for a combined
fund raising in December will be
made.
For information, call Dorothy
Goldberg, UN 2-6610.

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