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March 05, 1965 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-05

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6—Friday, March 5, 1965

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ON THE FIRST

ANNIVERSARY

OF OUR

ANNOUNCED

OPENING

we are proud to report

the successful progress of

grpr rzoiri

ake ahiva We/brew aty SciiooI

19161 Schaefer (Labor Zionist Bldg.), Detroit

offering

A Program of Intensive Judaic Studies
(Humash, Siddur, Hebrew Language, Jewish History, Prophets, Mishna, Dinim)

Emphasizing the Highest Calibre in General Studies
(Approved by the Michigan Department of Public Instruction)

In An Atmosphere of Positive Religious Values
(By qualified and licensed teachers)

For the Development of Character and Moral Training
(In the TOTAL education of the American Jewish Child)

Complete Elementary Program— Kindergarten thru Sixth Grade

New Registration now open for September, 1965

Kindergarten and First Grade Only

(Summer tutorial program in Hebrew will be available

for potentially eligible students in grades 2-6)

For Information Call 342-9119

Akiva Board of Governors

Seated (I. to r.) Dr. Leon Herschfus, Mrs. David Dombey, Rabbi Hayim Donin, Rabbi Manfred
Pick, Principal, Ithamar Koenigsberg, Chairman, Phillip Stollman, Zvi Tomkiewicz, and Mrs.
Charles Snow.

Standing (I. to r.) Jerome W. Kelman, Seymour Ribiat, Ernest Greenfield, Eliot Steiman, Sheldon
Saltzman, Rabbi James I. Gordon, David I. Berris, and Rabbi Samuel H.. Prero.

Members of the Board missing from this picture include: Dr. Jacob E. Goldman, David Greenbaum,
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern, Dr. Max Kapustin, Abraham Kar, Dr. Charles Levi, Vice-Chairman, Rabbi
Joel J. Litke, Irving Schlussel, Abraham Selesny, and Max Stollman.

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