Young Israel to Install
Rabbis Saturday Night
Rabbi Leizer Levin, president of
the Council of Orthodox Rabbis,
will bring Council greetings to the
installation ceremonies of Rabbi
Joshua S. Sperka and Rabbi Sam-
uel H. Prero 9 p.m. Saturday at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Ceremonies will be preceded by
a melave malka. David I. Ber-
ris, a founding member of the
Young Israel movement in Detroit,
- will be master of
gates represe n t-
ing the other
branches of the
troit will be pre-
sent, as well as
friends of Rabbi
Sperka and Rabbi
The National Council of Young
Israel will be represented by its
executive vice president, Rabbi
Ephraim H. Sturm, who will be
Rabbi Joshua Spiro Heads Israel Tora Schools Drive THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Rabbi Joshua Spiro has been
appointed coordinator of the local
Hinukh Atzmai—Tora Schools for
Hinukh Atzmai maintains 250
schools in 115 communities in
Israel. With a total enrollment of
45,000 students, they receive an
allocation from the Israeli govern-
ment, but must raise enough to
cover the balance of the budget.
The curriculum is similar to the
type of program offered by Jewish
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Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cohan of
Nine Mile Rd., Oak Park, will cele-
brate their 50th wedding anniver-
sary on March 17. A family dinner
is planned in their honor. •
The Cohans, who have resided in
the Detroit area since the early
1920s, are planning a golden anni-
versary trip to Israel the latter
part of March.
Mr. Cohan, who owned a. clothing
Store for many years in Detroit, is
retired and has had his drawings
and other art works in several
community art shows.
The Cohans have two sons,1
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PGASP will hold a panel discus-
sion on "Jews of Other Countries"
8 p.m. Sunday at Adas Shalom
Among the countries to be repre-
sented are Egypt, Morocco and
Turkey. There will be refreshments
and a social. All singles age 21-35
are invited. Nominal charge for
Friday, March 7, 1969-27
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Cohen
of Atlanta, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Carol Sue
to Robert J. Deutsch, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred L. Deutsch of
Ardmoor Dr., Birmingham.
Both seniors at the University of
Michigan, Miss Cohen is a mem-
Yavneh to Hear Rabbi
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority,
and her fiance is a member of
in 'New Morality' Talk
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
Detroit chapter of Yavneh, Na-
The wedding will take place
tional Religious College Students,
will hear a lecture by Rabbi David June 1 in Atlanta.
Lieberman 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim.
Rabbi Lieberman, dean of Yes-
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on "What Are Orthodox College
Students' Reactions to the New
PGASP Panel Ponders
Foreign Jewry Sunday
Whenever you find that you are
on the side of the majority, it' is
time to reform.—Mark Twain.
Carol Cohen to Marry
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`, Group leaders in Recovery, Inc.,
!movement stated this week they
were heartened by the response to
the statement that appeared in
The Jewish News on Feb. 21.
Mrs. Annette Serling, one of the
group leaders, stated that demon-
strations of the work to aid for-
mer mental patients can be ar-
ranged by calling Mrs. Millie
Anderson, KE 3-9877.
day schools in America, devoting
half a day to religious studies and
half to secular studies.
The campaign in Detroit began
with the visit of Rabbi Jacob L
Ruderman, president and dean of
Ner Israel Rabbinical College in
For details about the program,
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