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April 09, 1976 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-09

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54 April 9, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Yiddish Theater Program Set
Youth Teach Needy Peers
Yiddish Committee
the Yiddish Committee.
in Israel Boys Town Project of The
the Jewish Community
Weinberg will recall the

April 3 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Koltonow
(Barbara Anbender), 5732
Tequesta, West Bloomfield,
a son, Cr _ aig H.
* * *
April 2 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Krieger
(Linda Golden), 14620 Borg-
man, Oak Park, a son, David
Michael.
* * *
March 24 — To Mr. and
Mrs. William Perczyk (Gail
Korchak), 25516 Lincoln
Terrace Dr., Oak Park, a
daughter, Rivkah Yehudis.
In a scene typical of the Youth-to-Youth program, in
the kitchen of a slum neighborhood apartment, a Rus-
* * *
immigrant child of 10 is helped with his studies by
March 21 — To Mr. and sian
a Boy's Town Jerusalem student while his mother lis-
Mrs. - Howard Lichterman tens
as she prepares the family supper.
(Diana Rosen), 16300 North
* * *
Park Dr., Southfield, a
daughter, Stacey Robyn.
The and found time to continue
JERUSALEM
* * *
teenage students of Boys their studies.
Feb. 21 — To Mr. and Town Jerusalem's Youth-to-
When they returned to
Mrs. Manford H. Cetner Youth program spread the
Boys
Town, they were the
light
of
learning
and
a
lot
of
(Barbara Ann Schonber-
ger), 23500 Radclift, Oak human warmth in the envy of the younger stu-
Park, and Miami Beach, houses of some 450 disad- dents. Soon they went to
Ofra, a similar settlement.
vantaged children.
Fla., a son, Aaron Stuart.
Over a kitchen table or
The Koshet experience
sitting on a sofa, they talk may well have sparked a
to the family's 10-11-year bigger and more lasting
old boys and girls, helping undertaking to establish a
them with arithmetic, He- permanent new settlement
brew or English school work where BTJ students will go
and reading a story with after graduation. About 35
them. Often an older child students have already made
slips into the room to listen a commitment tojoin while
— and to learn, or a parent a number of graduates and
may join in the lively con- their families have indicated
RABBI QACHARIASH versation.
strong interest. Government
Specialized
To equip himself for this authorities are encouraging
MOHEL
role, the BTJ student the plan.
"teacher" underwent hours
In Home or Hospital
of
professional counseling
$57-9666
and training, sometimes in Ex-Detroiter Bears
special retreats held by the
2 Children in Israel
school. Usually he is a mem-
RABBI DR. LEO
ber of the same community
Having one grandchild
in which he conducts his born in Israel is a simcha,
teaching sessions.
Expert Mohel
but having two is cause for a
Serving Hospitals and Homes
The majority of BTJ's major celebration.
1,250 students come from
di
Joseph Edelman, former
poor families; some 70 per-
cent are Sephardic. BTJ's community relations direc-
CANTOR SIDNE
junior high school popula- tor for the Jewish Commu-
tion consists almost en- nity Council, wrote this
tirely of youngsters from week that his daughter, the
Katamon
and other slum former Ahuva Edelman,
Certified Mohel
and her sabra husband, Eli-
districts.
358-1426 or 357-5544
ezer Kammon, of Jerusalem
Recently some 40 stu- had announced the birth of
dents of BTJ's Institute of their second child born in
Cantor SAMUEL
Applied Engineering packed Israel.
their books and moved to
GREENBAUM Koshet,
The child, Yehudah Ar-
a small established
settlement in the Golan. yeh, a companion to the
True to biblical precedent, Kammons first child born in
Serving Homes & Hospitals
they worked the fields by Jerusalem, Rachel Leah,
- 399-7194 — 547-7970
day, stood guard by night was born March 28.



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Center will present a pro-
gram, "100 Years of Yiddish

history of Yiddish theater
and major participants
therein; Warsen's topic will
be "The Prehistory of the
Modern Jewish Theater";
and De. Kalib will render
songs made popular in Yid-
dish theater and folk songs.
Admission is free, and the
public is invited.

Tel Aviv Begins
Classes in Printing

TEL AVIV — The Shap-
iro Center in Tel Aviv has
begun a highly-specialized
course in printing technol-
ogy.
The 20 students in the
course spend four evenings a
week at the school and the
course length is 18 months
— a total of 2,000 study
hours.

WINDOW BRITE

SAYS,

KALIB

Theater," 3 p.m. April 18 at
the 10 Mile Center.
Participants include
Harry Weinberg, director of
the Jewish Radio Hour for
25 years; Allen A. Warsen,
chairman of the Yiddish
Committee and founder of
the Michigan Jewish Histor-
ical Society; Dr. Sholom
Kalib, professor of music at
Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity and cantor at Cong.
Beth Moses; and Sarah
Freidman, vice chairman of

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A Happy and

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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS

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May Dissolve

Joseph H. Peven, the only
living past vice president of
the Bereznitzer Aid Society,
has informed the Jewish
News that the 43-year old
organization will probably
disband this year.
Peven said the last formal
meeting was held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall in
Berkley some five months
ago, and a subsequent meet-
ing was held in a member's
home.
Since it was founded in
1933 the group has made
many donations to Jewish
causes in Detroit, the U.S.
and Israel. According to
Peven, the proceeds from
the sale of its building at
Linwood and Davison
were donated to Sinai Hos-
pital of Detroit, and Sifrei
Torah were donated to the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Meyer Terebelo is still
president of the organiza-
tion and his brother Nathan
is financial secretary. Ben
Weinstock is treasurer, and
Mrs. Isaac Cohl, secretary.

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