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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36—Friday, January 28, 1972

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Beth El Students Lend a Hand to JNF

A Reform temple "first" took
place in Detroit Sunday when the
students of the high school depart-
ment of Temple Beth El and their
teachers volunteered to visit the
homes of more than 200 holders of
blue-and-white boxes of the Jewish

National Fund in the Detroit sub-

urbs.

Each box holder was given a re-
.ceipt for the money collected, and
these collections were returned to
the headquarters of the Jewish
National Fund.
The idea for the project origi-
nated with Irving I. Katz, execu-
Omnibus to Present
tive secretary of Temple Beth El.
and is under the direction of Rabbi
`Born Free' at Center
Morton M. Kanter, associate rabbi,
Omnibus, children's film series and
Mel Wilner, a teacher in the
of the Jewish Center, will present high school department of Beth El.
the film "Born Free" 2 p.m.. Feb.
6. "BornFree" is the true story of
a Kenya game warden and his wife
HILLEL
who inherit three lion cubs and
raise them until they are old
enough to be taken to the zoo.
The film is family entertainment.
By MARK MERKOW
There is an admission charge.
Ninth Grade
On February 27, the Hillel Jun-
ior High will present "A Hasidic
Festival."
The students have created a
Andrea Schnipper, daughter of series of vignettes showing Hasidic
Rabbi and Mrs. A. Irving Schnip- traditions and ways of life. Our
per of Westmoreland Ave., ob- director, Mrs. Goldie Eskin, has
served her Bat Mitzva last Friday prepared all of the musical num-
evening at Cong. Beth Moses. The bers, while the props have been
Jewish News regrets the omis- made by the junior high students.
sion of the announcement in the
We hope that the festival will
synagogue listing.
reopen a past almost forgotten. A
great deal of work has gone into
this presentation, and we are work-
ing toward a big success.
Please come and join us. Every-
Orchestra and Entertainment
one is invited. For tickets, call
Hillel Day School at 851-2394.

HAPPENINGS

Bat Mitzva

Larry Freedman

647-2367

Two students from Hillel Day
School placed first and second in
Histadrut Ivrith's national essay
contest, held last year to honor
the memory of Prof. Zvi Schapira,
founder of the Jewish National
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children in the second-seventh
grade with limited or no Hebrew
background.
This curriculum was created to
give capable • students a second
chance for an intensive and mean-
ingful Jewish education.
The nongraded Hebrew studies
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Bnai Moshe. Beth Shalom and
Pontiac United Synagogue Youth,
7th and 8th grades, will hold a
Camp Tamarack retreat this week-
end at Ortonville. The theme is "A
Confrontation on Palestinian and
Israeli views of the Middle East
Situation."
The retreat will include religious,
cultural and social programing, in-
cluding ice skating and toboggan-
ing. Weekend chairmen are Marc
Ankerman, Helen Posar, Larry
Adler, Kathy Berman and Shirley
Fish.

Mother-Daughter Event
Mapped at Tamarack

Magic Carpet Coach to Carry Kids to Theater

The Detroit Youtheatre will pro- April 8; and "Around the **Id in,
vjde thq "Magic Carpet ,Gq.ach" Sixty. Minutes, • April
from Tel-12 Shopping Mal to the Buskes for , each of the shows
Institute of Arts for six shows in load at 12:45 p.m. "in the.lot -be- '
February, March and April. The hind the Chatham Super; Market
shows the coach will serve are: and arrive downtown in time for
"Young Ben Franklin," Feb. 5; the 2 p.m. performdnce. For tick-
"The Weather Show," Feb. 19, ets and information, call the Insti-
"Cinderella," March 4, "Lincoln, tute of Arts ticket office, 832-2730.
Kennedy and King," March 18;
"Love Where the Nights are Long," Commonplace
Little minds are interested in
the extraordinary; great minds in
the commonplace.—Elbert Hub-
bard.

Akiva
Action Line

••• ••• Os

By SHELDON KLEIN

(Sheldon is 15

Mr. Weinberg, our junior and
senior high history teacher, is do-
ing more for the students than
The group services division of teaching history. He also is the
the Jewish Center is sponsoring coach of Akiva's hockey- team,
the annual Mother and Daughter which will be playing Yeshivath
Weekend at Camp Tamarack Feb- Beth Yehuda and other local
schools in the near future.
ruary 11-13.
He has given us many hours of
The program will feature an
oneg Shabat, ice skating, tobog- his time during recesses and after
ganing, talent show, arts and school to coach us in the theoreti-
cal as well as practical aspects
crafts, movies and hikes.
Girls in grades 1-9 are invited of hockey.
to bring their mothers. Either one
Mr. Weinberg has a lot of ex-
must be a Center member.
perience in this sport. He has
Registration is being taken ir' played in and coached many dif-
the group services division, 341-
ferent hockey teams, and his
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spirit has made us look forward

Achiezer Club to Host
Kids' Magic Show

Achiezer, a women's club, will
present a magic show for children
through age 12 at 2 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth Yehudah.
There will be clowns and live ani-
mals, and refreshments will be
served.
Procee8s will go to aid a chil-
dren's orphanage in Israel. The
public is invited. For information,
call Mrs. Moshe Grossbard, 399-
9152.

halakhist and talmudic scholar.
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was thwarted in 1939 when the
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for "counter-revolutionary" activ
ity and senteneed•him to exile in
a small townlet in the republic of
Kazakhstan." It iras- - during these
years that thei rabbi recorded his
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enthusiastically to the game.

In addition, Mr. Weinberg is an
extremely fine teacher whom all
the students admire and respect.
His classes are taught in a col-
lege-oriented style, with a day-to-
day lecture format. His U.S. and
world history courses are taught
objectively and in an interesting
perspective.
We also have frequent open dis-
cussions on current events such as
the Indochina war, India and Pak-
istan and the conflict in Ireland.

4 Books by Father
of Rebbe Published

NEW YORK — Faur books
written by Rabbi Levi Yitzchak
Schneerson, former chief rabbi of
the Ukrainian city, Dneprope-
trovsk, and father of the present
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Mena-
chem M. Schneerson, have been
published posthumously by Kehot
Publication Society, the Luba-
vitcher publishing house.
One of the four volumes is a
Kabalistic explanation of parts of
the Mishna and Talmud; another
offers commentaries -on difficult
passages of the Tanya—the basic
work of Chabad-Lubavitch philos-
ophy; and the other two are com-
mentaries on the Zohar — the
fundamental treatise of Kabala
authored by Rabbi Shimon bar
Yochai more than 1,900 years ago.
During his. career, the rabbi be-
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