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March 24, 1972 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, March 24,1972

`5,000 Fingers of Dr. T'
to Be on Hand at Center
for Omnibus Film Series
Omnibus, children's film series
of the Jewish Center, will present
"The 5.000 Fingers of Dr. T." 2
p.m. April 9 in the Aaron DeRoy
Theater. This film will replace the
previously scheduled "Three Lives
of Thomasina."
Dr. Seuss' "5,000 Fingers of Dr.
T." is a musical which tells the
story of a 9-year-old boy, his trou-
bles with his music teacher and a
visit to the boy's dream world.
Tickets are on sale at the Jewish
Center.

Colored Movies
by Frank's Studio

Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
Other Occasions

474-7768

Hillel Day School booms with
activities. We completed the school
spelling bee. The school winner is
Amy Heiman.
We prepared for weeks for the
school's annual science fair, which
was exhibited March 9 and 10.
Mrs. Stryk and Mrs. Bloom worked
witih junior high and elementary
students respectively, setting up
the displays and helping with the
projects. We have produced one of
the finest science fair exhibitions
in Hillel history. The winning ex-
hibits were "Processing Film" by
Marc Baker and "Fertilized Eggs
and Chick" by Nancy Margolin.

Mr. Weizman supervised the
Bible contest for grades 6, 7, and
8, also held last week. The win-
ners from each grade will rep-
resent us in the regional Bible
contest March 19 at United He-
brew Schools.

effort to continue spreading the
joys of Hasidic music throughout
the Jewish community, we accept-
ed an invitation from the Home
for the Aged and the Jewish Cen-
ter to present our show for them.

learomeial by Plodsises

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BY DAVID SCHOSTACK
9th Grade

Less than two weeks after our
"Hasidic Festival" we are still
receiving congratulatory notes and
le tters from organizations and
viewers in the audience. In an

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Drawingg by Nazi Victims

Birmingham Temple will present age 15 passed through the There-
a youth service dedicated to the sienstadt between 1942 and mit.
memory of the victims of the Holo- Only 100 children survived. In-
caust 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the this combination of werd_and
age are reflected not only the
temple.
"I Never Saw Another Butter- misery of these uprooted children
fly," an anthology of poems writ- but a degree of courage and optim-
ten by the children of Thereizin- ism.
stadt concentration camp, will be
Carol Poris, Danny Spickler,
read by youths of the congrega- Robert Loren and Susan -Cohen
tion against a background of col- will participate in the service:-
ored slides of drawings made by Steven' Fierberg will present the
children in the camp.
slides he made from drawings.
A total of 15,000 children under The service was produced and di-
rected by Lorraine Ernst.
For information, call Mrs. Ernst,
557-1383.

.

They Made
The Grade

Oak Park Senior High Schoo
will send 47 musicians to the State
Solo and Ensemble Festival as the
result of the recent district com-
petition. Those who will compete
in state competition because
they earned district first place
honors are:

Robin Sehakne, Sandy Garber and
Karen Green, piano; Sheila Bordoley,
Janet Stein, Stephen Raul and Meth
Ontfreand, violin; Robert Gray, Dan
Weiner, Jeff dories and Alan Ranter.
elarinei; Alan Goldberg, snare dram;
Diane O'Brien, Wendy Fattier, Fran
Darwin, Joanne Lisa, Sheila Bordeley,
Marsha Benkoff,
Nancy 17neennyll,
David Meissner and Deborah litizikovie,
vocal; anti Madrigal Singers. Girls Bla-
mable and nranneelarg Singers, vocal
groups.

r
BARBARA YOUNG, winner of
Southfield-Lathrup High School's
"Betty Crocker Search for To-
morrow's American Homemaker"
Youth' to Lead Service
contest, is the daughter of Mrs.
at Adas Shalom April 1
Helen Young of Oldham Dr., South-
Members of the Adas Shalom field. Barbara, who will go to com-
confirmation classes, junior and pete in the national contest was
youth congregations and United Incorrectly listed March 3 as the
Synagogue Youth will conduct the daughter of H. Young, Jr.
entire main sanctuary service on
Shebat Hol Ha m o e d Pesah, Hashomer Camps Offer
April 1.

Those taking part in the ser-
vice are: Linda Abramson, Billy
Bimdorf, Ellen Eichen, Diane
Goldring, Marc Kahn, Allen
Klegon, Hillel M a i s e l, Larry
Posen, Matthew Rose, Becca
Segal, Jeremy Segal, Robert
Schwartz, David Schostak, Marc
Shreeman, Steven Sklar, Reva
Soberman, Mark Vieder, Sandy
Vieder, Lynne Starler, Phillip
Wolok and Elena Strom. Shelly
Sher, Shoresh adviser, and past
USY'er, will deliver the sermon.
-Following the service, there will
be a cultural luncheon sponsored

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Top Composer Grammys

NEW YORK—Carole King, 30-
year-old composer-singer from New

York, whose songs in the early
'60s made stars of other people,
recently was accorded stardom
herself. She won three Grammy
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Horseback Riding

NEW YORK—To keep pace with
the times, Hashomer Hatzair,
Zionist youth organization, has
become among the first Zionist
youth movement camps to intro-
duce horseback riding into its
three large summer camps which
are patterned after a kibutz. Regis-
tration is under way.
Located in Liberty, N.Y., Perth,
Ont.; and Los Angeles, the camps
of Hashomer Hatzair will cele-
brate their 44th season. About 800
youths age 1045 are expected to
attend.
A highlight is study groups on
by the Ronnie Posen Youth Fund. Zionism, Jewish subjects and in-
formal. Hebrew classes. There also
are sports, swimming and scout-
ing, gymnastics and a camp
orchestra and glee club.
You To
For information, write Mrs. M.
Silverstein, Camp Shomria, 150
Fifth Ave., New York 10011.

BERKLEY
HEALTH FOODS

COLUMBUS (JTA)— An agree-
ment to assure there will be no
repetition of conflicts with Jewish
holy days in class scheduling at
the start of the school year has
been reached with Miami Univer-
sity in Oxford, Ohio, according to
the regional office here of the
Anti-Defamation League.
Philip _R. Shriver, president of
the university, said the first day
of classes for the next four aca-
demie years,...starting- next fall,
will' be: scheduled to -avoid conflict
tvith the High Holy Days. .iio-.

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