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October 17, 1969 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-17

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Children's Programs Highlisi ht Book Fair

Youth News

Hillel Day School Event Is Mapped

"My son, make thy books thy
companions. Let thy cases and
she/•es be thy pleasure grounds
and gardens"—Inilah lbn 'ribbon

Mrs. Martha Marenof, Detroit au- for family and friends when they
thor of children's books, and Shir- attend toe Sunday programs. For
ley Locke will conduct story-telling information, call the Center cul-
tural arts department, DI. 1 - 4260,
The suggestion of that 12th Cen- sessions.
On the final Sunday of Book ext. 291 or 292.
tury Jewish scholar will be carried
out at the Nov. 8 - 16 Jewish Book Fair, more special events fur chil-
Fair at the Jewish Center, when dren and youth will take place. THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 17, 196:-31
the first and last day will high- The morning session w ill include
a speaker, and there will be stoi v
light children's programs.
The first Sunday at 10 a.m. telling both morning and afternoon
MUSIC BY
will feature simultaneous programs for kindergarten and grades 1-3.

for Sunday school children in
grades 1-5 and grades 6 and up.
Susan Purdy, children's author,
will conduct the younger children's
session, based on her latest book,
"Jewish Holidays: Facts, Activi-
ties and Crafts."
Mrs. Purdy, a native of New
York, co-directed the Music and
Art Day Camp in Connecticut for
girls age 6-12. She has written
"My Little Cabbage", "If You

Planners for the appearance of Sam Levenson and Liza Minnelli
at the Hillel Day School benefit show are (from left) Mrs. Abe Pas-
ternak, Mrs. David Margolin and Mrs. Richard Gunsberg. The event
will take place 8 p.m. Nov. 2 at Ford Auditorium. Tickets may be
purchased at Hillel Day School, 548-8116.

Have a Lion", "Holiday Cards for
You to Make", and "Festivals for
You to Celebrate."
She will conduct a lecture-dem-
onstration in the afternoon f o r
teachers, club lea ders and
mothers.
Gerald Green, author, lecturer
A continuous rain failed to darn- Leventen, Fred Greenspoon, Helene
pen the spirits of some 900 young Nusbaum, Risa Berns, Pearl Ann and TV producer, will speak to
people and adults who proclaimed Greenblatt. Barbara Fink and Joel Sunday school students in grades
their brotherhood with Soviet Kaplan. Center staff coordinator 6 and up in Shiffman Hall. Pro-
was Joel Verbin. ducer of the TV shows "Today,"
Jewry Sunday afternoon at the
W d
Ride Dave Garroway,
Students who were taking part
Jewish Center.
Wide World" and a nature ser ie s,
More than 100 cars wound their in the demonstration knew ex- I Green has been associated with
way in a cavalcade from the 10 actly why they were there. Said ! NBC
N
News since 1950 as a pro-
Mile Rd. Jewish Center to the Neal Stulberg, 18: "A country
main building, where the program which persecutes any group of
for "Project Outcry 1969" took people—Jews, Indians, Blacks WSU Dedication
or any other—is a country that
place.
"1 AM My Brother's Keeper" one cannot morally defend. The to. Include Dinner,
Soviet Union is such a place,
and "Let My People Go" were
and its persecution of Jews is O pen House Tour
among the slogans on cars which
a horrible crime against all con-
carried participants in this pro-
Formal dedication of the Irwin
cepts of freedom."
test against Soviet anti-Semitism.

Teens liaise Voices
Against Soviet Bigotry

The signs said, in a nutshell, what
the demonstration was all about:
No Jew can be silent while his
brethren suffer anywhere in the
world, and, if the Jews continue
to be subjected to anti-Semitism,
the Soviet government should per-
mit their exodus.

Fred Greenspoon, 18, a member I. Cohn Flail, housing the Wayne
of Et-Gar, put i t ano th er way: State University Bnai Brith Hillel
"The Jews in Russia cannot pro- Foundation, will take place at a
test or help themselves. So that dinner 7 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Charles
means Jews in other countries Grosberg Religious Center of
must help them by participating Wayne State University.
A reception and tour of the new
in programs such as this one. The
Russians are prone to world !Niel facilities will take place
during
a 6 p.m. reception on the
opinion
is
truly
the
opinion. World
6th floor of the religious center.
last hope of the Soviet Jews."
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn, na-
tional director of Bnai Brith Hillel
Hind's 'House Players' Foundation, will be guest speaker.

The protest, one of many held
simultaneously throughout the
country, was sponsored by Youth
Concerned About Soviet Anti-
Semitism and the Jewish Cen-
A community wide open house,
ter. Fran Pfeffer was chairman. to Do 'Tiger' at U-31
to be held 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Oct.
The first production of the House 26 will be sponsored by the
Karen Goren, a Bloomfield Hills
Andover High School senior, dc- Players Saturday evening will in- Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
scribed her experiences this sum- augurate a week of theater and Council and the Bnai Brith Worn-
en's Council of Metropolitan De-
mer in the Soviet Union and films at the Ann Arbor Bnai Brith
showed slides from the trip. on Billet Foundation. troit. Nathan Rubenstein and
The Hillel theater group will per- Mrs. Leonard Schreiber are Bnai
which she encountered the "Jews
form "The Tiger" by Murray ! Brith Hillel chairmen for their
of Silence."
A short sociodrama, depicting Schisgal in a program which also respective councils.
the persecution of Jews through- features the film "Blood of a I Milton
ton
. Weinstein, president
out the centuries, was presented Poet "
the Bnai Brith
Also beginning that week will be
by the Project Outcry program
Hillel Foundation
committee, who also did a read- a Yiddish film festival. On Thurs-
and president of
ing from Elie Wiesel's "Jews of day evening, "The Wilderness of
the building cor-
Zin" will be shown, followed by
Silence."
poration, has
Rabbi Leonard S. Cahan of Adas "The Golem" on Oct. 25.
been a leading
Another cultural highlight that
Shalom Synagogue recounted the
.figure in the cul-
series of prohibitions and discrim- week will be the continuation of
mination of this
inatory acts against Jews in the the sculpture exhibit by Barbara
community effort
Brodsky.
Soviet Union, from the decline in
which began over
Sherwin Wine, rabbi of Bir-
number of synagogues and de-
17 years ago. As
struction of Yiddish culture, to mingham Temple, will be guest
;president of the
lecturer
at
7:30
p.m.
Wednes-
forcible assimilation and denial of
Charles Grosberg
day. The theme of his talk will
permits to leave the country.
Religious Center
Helene Nusbaum served as mis- be "Toward a New Judaism."
board of direc-
The
Jewish
Peace
Fellowship,
tress of ceremonies at the pro-
tors, Weinstein
was instrumental
gram, after which there was active during last Wednesday's war
in bringing to
Israeli dancing in Shiffman Hall. moratorium, is making plans for t.
participation
In
the
Nov.
15
peace
_Weinstein
reality the crea-
Petitions of protest were cir-
culated among the participants march on Washington. For the ti on of a single religious center to
and will be sent to the Soviet first time in many years, Hillel house the offices and programs of
Embassy in Washington. The is participating in the nationwide all campus religious foundations.
Weinstein is a past president of
petitions call upon the Soviet movement for peace.
Union to end discrimination
the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council and serves as a
against the Jews, permit the
national commissioner of the Bnai
practice of Judaism and organi-
zation of a synagogue federation
Brith Hillel Foundations.
and allow the Jews who so de-
sire to leave Russia.
MONA GUBOW, daughter of U.S. SZ Juniors to Dance
The protest drew the participa-
tion Of many organizations in the Judge and Mrs. Lawrence Gubow, With 'Savage Grace'
guide for the
community, including Et-Gar, Bnai sen •ed as a student
The Junior Congregation of
Holyoke College
Brith Girls, AZA, United Syna- 54th annual Mount at South Hadley, Cong. Shaarey Zedek will sponsor
gogue Youth, Habonim and Michi- 1 Alumnae Council
a
dance featuring the "Savage
a
member
of
Mass. Miss Gubow,
gan State Temple Youth.
Grace" at 9 p.m. Saturday. Dues
class of 1972. plans to major
Serving on the program com- the
can
be paid at the door.
mittee with Fran Pfeffer were in an interdepartmental political
religion course and hopes
Chuck Kelman, Merril Kramer. science
Don't
part with your illusions.
to intern in Washington D.C. She
Gordon Fuller, Dean Fuller, Barry is chairman of the sophomore When they are gone you may still
Landaufi Su Shawn, Marvin Pref.-
chest, a fund-rais- exist but you have ceased to live.
Rhonna Sachs, Louis While, Alan class's college
—Mark Twain
fer, Ron Michaels, Sally Kotler, ing project.

I

They Made
The Grade

of children's books. Young people
ducer, writer and director.
At 10:30 a.m., 2 and 3:30 p.m., may purchase their Hanuka gifts

Omnibus, a Jewish Center chil-
dren's theater program, will open

its season at 2 p.m. with the Henry
K. Martin production of "Wild
Pecos Bill" in the Aaron DeRoy
Theater. Tickets are now on sale
at the Center.
A separate .room at the Center
will he set aside for the display

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kickoff dance, featuring "The
Heart" and "The Rubber Band" at
8:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at the synagogue.
A cultural luncheon will follow
the 9:45 a.m. services Saturday.

Meier Ariel will discuss opportuni-
ties for youth in Israel.

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