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March 06, 1964 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-06

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Friday, March

We are Wappy to announce...

• as our answer to the dangers of spiritual disintegration:

• a bright new candle

in the light of Torah education

• an enthusiastic effort
for the TOTAL education of the Jewish child

• an expansion of intensive Jewish education for our Community


opening of

c c fhe ahiva Wevbrew g)cty School


at 19161 Schaefer (Labor Zionist Building), Detroit


a program of intensive Judaic studies
and emphasizing the highest calibre in General Studies
in an atmosphere of positive religious values.

For the development of character and moral training

For a commitment to Judaism and the Jewish Community

Complete elementary program

Kindergarten thru 6th Grade

For information,

call 342-9119 between hours of 1-4 p.m. only

(Mondays the Thursdays)

The Board of Trustees (in formation)

Dr. Charles Levi, Vice-Chairman
Ithamar Koenigsberg, Chairman
Seymour Ribiat
Rabbi James I. Gordon
David I. Berris
Mrs. Charles Snow
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
Mrs. David Dombey
Elliot Steiman
Dr. Max Kapustin
Rabbi Hayim Donin
Phillip Stollman
Jerome W. Kelman
Dr. Jacob Goldman

affiliated with the V a-ad Hachinuch Hatorani—National Council for Torah Education

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