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58 April 2, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Moshe's Bicentennial Tribute Draws Huge Crowd

Freedom's roots in Pas-
sover, the immediate effects
of libertarianism on the Bi-
centennial celebration and
their relations to the pres-
ently-celebrated Jewish
Music Month gave special
significance to the annual
concert held at Cong. Bnai
Moshe Sunday evening.
Presentation of a new
cantata, with an additional
program of folksongs,
marked the annual event
which attracted an overflow
audience necessitating the
opening of the hall adjoin-
ing the sanctuary to accom-
modate another 200 atten-
dees.
The audience gave an ova-
tion to Cantor Louis Klein,
who supervises these con-
certs in addition to his lead-
ing role in them, in appre-
ciation for musical

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achievements in the syn-
agogue.
The major attraction
Sunday evening was the
already nationally ac-
claimed cantata "Hagada:
Search for Freedom" by
Cantor Harold Lerner.
In addition to Cantor
Klein, Cantor Harold Or-
bach of Temple Israel also
was a soloist during the per-
formance of the cantata
which was directed by John
Dovaras, with the Oakland
University Singers and Or-
chestra and United Hebrew
School chorus as partici-
pants.
Following the traditional
idea of the Passover Ha-
gada, the text relates to the
Bicentennial. It is, in effect,
a summation of Jewish his-
torical experiences and is a
review of the martyrology in
the story of Jewish migra-
tions prior to redemption in
Israel.
In the resort to the
"Dayenu" theme, for exam-
ple, the cantata asserted:

Dayenu, Dayenu — could this be
enough?
If nobody went hungry, and men
still learned to hate;
Dayenu, Dayenu — could this be
enough'?
If we put an end to hate, and man
could not be free;
Dayenu, Dayenu — could this be
rmough?
If every man teas free, and no one
understood — Dayenu?
11 /ten all men understand what
freedom really means;
Dayenu. Dayenu — this trill be
enough:

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United Hebrew Schools Nursery School

ANNOUNCES

REGISTRATION

FOR SEPTEMBER, 1976

OPEN HOUSE

(For Parents and Children)

Sunday, April 11th, 3-5 p.m.

14450 West Ten Mile Road
Oak Park

(Temple Emanu-El Building)
Morning Session
Afternoon Session
9-11:30 a.m.
1-3:30 p.m.
2 or 3 mornings
5 days ONLY

Transportation Available•

Sylvia Handler
Reva Broder

Teachers: Reva Klaymer
• Marlene Galperin

*(Beginning September, 1976 transportation will be extended to
West Bloomfield and Farmington Hills for Tuesday-Thursday group
only)

For additional information call

11 8-4191 between 8:30 and 3:30

I once had a bird, a pretty yellow
bird.
my daddy brought use corning
home from town.
.long comes a cat; my neighbor's
hungry cat,
and eats t he bird my daddy
brought from town.
The cat meets a dog, and soon
there's no more cat,
who ate t he bird my daddy
brought from town.
31 .y neighbor takes a stick. and
beats the dog ,'ho chaed the
cat,
who ate the bird my daddy
brought front town.
child starts afire and burns the
stick
that beat tlte dog who chased my
neighbor's cat
who ate the bird my daddy
brought from town.

The second portion of the
program featured folksongs
by Cantor Klein and several
in which he appeared in
duets with Cantor Orbach.
A unique bilingually humo-
rius selection laconically
described the agonies of a
boy who was studying with
a rebbe who resorted to the
cane, Cantor Klein singing
the Yiddish and 11-year-old
Andrew Lippa responding
with the English melodies.
Dr. Jerome P. Horwitz,
chairman of the concert
arrangements committee,
greeted the audience.
The Hagada cantata will
be performed again April 11
at Temple Israel.

State of Israel Bonds Qualify
for Keogh, Retirement Plans

Since the passage of the
U.S. Pension Reform Act,
highly-recognized tax shel-
ter and pension experts have
been extolling the virtues of
5.5 percent Israel Bonds for
owners of pension (Keogh)
plans throughout the coun-
try.
There are numerous ad-
vantages in investing pen-
sion funds in 5.5 percent Is-
rael Bonds, the foremost
being that Bonds are re-
deemable for full principal
and accrued interest on 90
days' notice. This has made
the performance of these
Bonds better than many
fluctuating market invest-

ments of pension funds in
recent years.
The 5.5 percent Israel
Bonds ($2,500 minimum
purchase per Keogh Plan
or Individual Retirement
Account) not only benefit
pension portfolios but can
also raise the level of one's
support to the state of Is-
rael.
For information, call the
local Israel Bond office,
968-0200, or write Marvin
Rosenthal, Israel Bonds'
National Director of Pen-
sion and Profit Sharing
Plans, 215 Park Avenue
South, New York 10003.

Hadley's women's spe-
cialty stores has opened its
11th outlet at the Evergreen
Plaza Shopping Center, 12
Mile and Evergreen Rds.
Opened in 1964 in Mon-

Barton's Offers
Passover Cakes

Jewry on the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

VISTAS OF ISRAEL

Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station:
WOMC-FM
(104.3).
Feature: Israel culture
and literature. A calendar
of events in the Jewish com-
munity follows.
* * *

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ (1270)
and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station WDEE (1500).
Feature: An address to
the Jewish community.
* * *

RELIGION IN THE
NEWS

Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: CKWW.
* * *

HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: Midge Decter,
author of "Liberal Parents,
Radical Children," will be
interviewed.
* * *

THE SHALOM SHOW

Time: 5 p.m. Sunday
Station: CJOM-FM (88.7)
Feature: Hebrew and Yid-
dish music, features, inter-
views, comedy and commu-
nity calendar, with Steve
Cheifetz.

* *
LUBAVITCH JEWISH
HOUR

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WNIC (1300) and
WNIC-FM (100).
Feature: Rabbinical re-
marks, Jewish music.

* *

Hadley's Open in Southfield

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It soon starts to rain, and floods
the fire that burned the stick.
I hat beat the dog, who chased my
neighbor's cat,
who ate the bird my daddy
brought from town.

Business Briefs

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ANN ARBOR

Fall '76 to Summer '77

The United Hebrew
Schools choir added to the
delight of the program, and
one of its selections was par-
odied after the Had Gadya,
with a modernized text that
began:

roe, Hadley's has grown
with locations in Jackson,
Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Tren-
ton, Rochester, Mt. Cle-
mens, Livonia, Warren and
Troy.
A complete ready-to-wear
store, Hadley's features fa-
mous names in sportswear,
dresses, coats, lingerie and
accessories.

Barton's Passover theme
this year is "For Passover,
Barton's Isn't Only Candy". Orthodox Rabbis
The company, which has
been famous for continental Set Pesah Seminar
chocolates for more than 50
The Council of Orthodox
years has introduced its Rabbis-Merkaz will have a
largest array ever of kosher- Passover institute 8:30 p.m.
for-Passover cakes and Wednesday at Cong. Dovid
cookies tp augment its wide Ben
Nuchim.
assortment of chocolates
Authorities
in medicine,
and specialty candies.
chemistry, food processing
Barton's will have all of and
Jewish law will be on
its kosher-for-Passover cho-
to answer questions
colate and candy favorites, hand
relative to Passover observ-
too.As always, Barton's ance.
Persons are invited to
products are certified send questions
to the Coun-
kosher by the Union of Or-
prior to the institute.
thodox Jewish Congregation cil Participating
in the panel
of America, and every pack- will be Rabbis Leizer
age carries the seal of kash- Leib Bakst, Chaskel Levin,
Grub-
rut.
ner and Joshua Sperka. For
* * *
Leon H. Landsberg of information, call the Vaad,
the Connecticut Mutual Life 559-5005.
office in Southfield has been
Who is strong? He that
accepted as a qualified turneth an enemy into a
member of the Association friend.
for Advanced Life Under-
—Aboth De Rabbi
writing.
Nathan

BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
IARY will service the Evan-
gelical Home for the Re-
tarded 1 p.m. Saturday,
under the chairmanship of
Miriam Lawrence. The resi-
dents will be treated to
prizes, entertainment,
clothing and gifts. Volun-
teers are needed. To volun-
teer, call Ms. Lawrence, UN
2-1467, after 4:30 p.m., or
the JWV office, 559-5680.
* * *
LADIES DEPART-
MENT OF MICHIGAN
past department presidents
will meet for a buffet sup-
per 7 p.m. Tuesday at the
JWV headquarters. Elec-
tions of officers will take
place, and a leadership sem-
inar will be discussed. For
information, call the chair-
man, Dorothy Goldberg,
548-6850, or the JWV office,
559-5680.
*
*
SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST and AUX-
ILIARY will meet 9 p.m.
Tuesday at the JWV head-
quarters. Second nomina-
tion of officers and election
will be held. Yetta Glass an-
nounces that final arrange-
ments are being made for
the seder to be held April 18
at the Battle Creek Veter-
ans Hospital, with the as-
sistance of Rabbi Kenneth
Berger. Anyone wishing to
assist may call Mrs. Glass,
KE 5-4133.

INTERVIEW
IMPROMPTU

1

Time: 11 p.m. Sunday
Station: WDEE (1500)
and
Time: 12:15 p.m. Wednes-
day
Station:
WQRS-FM
(105.1)
Feature: Israeli poet, Ye-
huda Amichai, will be inter-
viewed.

* * *
RELIGIOUS SCOT

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunaay.
Station: Channel 9.
Feature: News in the Jew-
ish community.

*

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ROZHINKES
MIT MANDLEN

Time: 9 a.m. Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday.
Station: WIID (1090).
Feature: Israeli and Yid-
dish music, news, inter-
views, recipes and other fea-
tures, with Jules Abrams.
* * *

"IF NOT NOW..."

Time: 7:30 p.m. Monday
Station:
WDET-FM
(101.9)
Feature: Phyllis Fried-
man, Natalie Halpern and
Beatrice Rowe will present
a program, "A Perspective
on Arts and the Jew," with
Yaakov Dan, Israeli per-
former; Dr. Eric Raye, art
director, University of Juda-
ism, Los Angeles; and
Lawrence Fleischman, di-
rector of the Kennedy Gal-
lery in New York City.
* * *

SHEDORY ISRAEL
BE-DETROIT

Time: 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Station: WIID (1090).
Feature: An all-Hebrew
program of Israeli music,
news and features from Is-
rael, with Uri Segal.
* * *

YIDDISHE SHTUNDE

Time: 9 a.m. Wednesday
and Friday.
Station: WIID (1090).
Feature: An all-Yiddish
program of music, news,
interviews and other fea-
tures, with Lou Levine.

2 Win Scouts
Shofar Award

Bernard J. Cantor and
Neil Kushmar were
awarded the 1976 Shofar
Award of the Jewish Com-
mittee on Scouting, an affi-
liate of the Detroit Area
Council, Boy Scouts of
America, Sunday at Tow
and Country Club.
Kushmar, a non-Je , nas
been a member of the Jew-
ish Committee on Scouting
for three years. He is an Ea-
gle Scout and has been a
scoutmaster and district
committee chairman. He
also has organized packs
and troops in Detroit.
Cantor, a patent attorney,
also is an Eagle Scout and
has been active in adult
leadership in scouting for
the past 12 years. He has
been assistant scoutmaster
since 1965 for Troop 1022 in
Bloomfield Hills and helped
organize a troop in Farm-
ington.

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