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September 01, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-01

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Gerald Isaacs' Go
on Trip to Europe

MRS. GERALD ISAACS

A honeymoon in Europe fol-
lowed the Aug. 8 'wedding of
Sophie Spevak and Gerald Isaacs
in a double - ring ceremony at
Adas Shalom Synagogue.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Spevak of Rad-
clift Ave., Oak Park, and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Isaacs of Arbour Pl.,
Southfield.
The newlyweds will reside on
Greenfield Rd.

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Philosophers Honor Rosenberg on 85th Birthday

At a luncheon given by the ary Citizen. He also was pre-
Detroit Philosophical Society, sented with a Key to the City.
The presentations were made
last Saturday, at the Statler,
encompasses the following d
is James Rosenberg, a by Morris W. B. Cohl, secretary
partments:
fou er of the society, was of the Public Lighting Commis-
ent hono d on his 85th birthday. sion and a vice-president of 'the
ep•
The High Sch
year udents
will register
Th City of Detroit honored society, in behalf of Mayor
Sept. 6 and
naming him an Honor- Miriani.
him
aduation rom High
Upon
student is eligibl to
School,
GET OUR PROFESSIONAL GUARANTEE
e Midrasha-Colleg of
enter
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istration
Two degrees are granted, upon
graduation from the
erature
Bachelor of He
liday Time . . . or Any Time . . . Treat Your Guests
oma.
and Teacher's
With Mrs. Grunt's Own Home Made Meicholim!
ip-Teachers Train-
The Lea •
BEFORE: We Will Need an A _ dvance Order for Mrs. Grunt's
ing Inst . e, which pre
ach.,
Own GEFILTE FISH or PICKLED FISH.
ers and
youth 1
the one ay religious
For Your Eating Pleasure Every Day or on Holidays
• a
registration
open
We Will Also Have Our Usual Array of Delicacies:
7:30 p.
Chopped Liver • Chopped Herring • Horseradish • Kreplach
Regi ation for a t class
Pickled Herring • Chicken Soup • Matto Balls
will to • place Oct. 4 an•
begin Oct. 9.
Classes
astis
coming s
During
WE DELIVER — CALL UN 1-9645
me two
ill w
year Midras
new members • s faculty in
addition to our regular staff. Just
arrived from Israel are Mordecai
Ron and Gershon Mengel, gradu-
""°;'°°'`
ates of the Hebrew University
18252 WYOMING near CURTIS
and veteran teachers of second-
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS TO 1:30 A.M.
ary schools in -Israel. •

Registration in all age groups
for the Fall semester of the
Uhited Hebrew Schools is now
under way, with classes in the
elementary grades to start right
after Labor Day.
Parents ar4 urged to register
their children now in order to
be eligible for the new term.
To meet graduation require-
ments and the new five-year Bar
Mitzvah regulations of the syna-
gogues, children who have reach-
ed the age of 8 should now be
enrolled in Hebrew school.
Classes for girls are being of-
fered in ' most branches of the
United Hebrew' Schools, in addi-
tion to the regular classes open
to both boys and girls. The girls'
classes are conducted on a lim-
ited basis and are designed to
Pirepai_e the young women for
Jewish living in the home.
Special classes have been
formed for 6 and 7 year olds,
to meet twice weekly. The
program will consist of He-
. brew conversation, Hebrew
songs and and holiday
celebrat-
anch open-
The
at Bentler
e
ad, serves
e northwest
tween South-
oad.
s are now avail-
United Hebrew
ery in Oak Park.
Idren about 31/2 C. William Sucher
it
contact the. Oak
d sho

to Head Hadassah's
rk office, L 8-4747.
is also taking `Heroes Committee'
Regis 'tio
Sholem Aleichem
pla
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
c ol, n Hate of the United announces that C. William Su-
located at 19350 cher will head the "Hadassah
e w
rth of Seven Heroes Committee" which will

JACK GORBACK

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GRUNT'S MARKET

FEATURING THE FINEST SELECTION OF SMOKED FISH

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Dinner at DARBY'S

is a rea

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United Hebrew Schools Introduce
Special Courses for Detroit Youth

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ortation system of
consisting of 25 buses
tation-wagons,• provides
tation for children from
wish areas in the city and
urbs to the closest Hebrew
chool Branch o r affiliated
schools.
•nformation on registration
Main Office of the
.call
1-3407, or the offices
schools,
branch listed below:
of any lo

Adas S lom, 7045 Curtis, UN
Aaron, 18000 Wyoming,
4 I; Be
eth Abraham, 8110 W.
1745•
UN. 2-1830; Bnai Moshe,
e R
Mile Rd., Oak Park, LI.
143 W.
an, 21355 W. 7 Mile Rd.,
4 ;
8; Esther Berman, 18977
. 3-
DI. 1-3407; Livonia, Clar-
chaef
encev" e' H. S., Middlebelt Road, KE.
Oak Park, 15110 W. 10 Mile
7-519
Rd. Oak Park, LI. 8-4747; Sholem
hem, 19350 Greenfield, VE.
A
440; Abraham Reisman, 18340 W.
Mile, KE. 7-5440; Temple Emanuel,
14450 W. 10 Mile, LI. 8-4747.

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The event will culminate the
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plete construction 'of
center in Israel' and its a
teaching and research programs,
and its child welfare, vocational
education, Jewish. National Fund
and "American Affairs and Edu-
cation" programs.

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