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August 29, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-29

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i Mr. Elbnan, Bride Go

Inner-City Teens Join
in Health Career Program

PITTSBURGH (JTA) — Twenty
young people from low-income
neighborhoods are participating in
a health career program at Monte-
fiore Hospital here held in coopera-
tion with the Office of Economic
Opportunity and Community Ac-
tion Pittsburgh. This is the second
year of Montefiore participation
in the program. The group includes
10 teen-agers who took part in the
1966 program and 10 new students.

UHS to Open With Suburban Branches
on _Bermuda Honcrinoon and Adult Classes in New Building

REFORM LEADER
Isaac .Harby (1788-1828) helped
found at Charleston; S.C.. the Re-
form Society of Israelites which
began the Reform movement in
American Judaism in 1824.

Come see our selection

o

MRS. HARRY ELLMAN

of new men's clothing

In a Monday ceremony at Tem-
- pie Israel, Margaret Lynn Barris
in beautiful fall shades.
became the bride of Harry Steven
Ellman. Rabbis M. Robert Syme
and Leon Fram and Cantor Harold
Orbach officiated.
After a honeymoon in Bermuda,
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the couple will reside in Birming-
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ham.
OPEN THURS. & SAT 'TIL 9
Parents of the couple are Mr.
•etrzriciriniaaiiatitiatiocioaaaa -ti- and Mrs. Donald E. Barris of
.
Shagwood Dr., Birmingham, and
Mr. and Mrs. Iry M. Ellman of
Sutton Pl., Birmingham.

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Designers of Fine Furs

The bride wore an Empire
A-line gown of jeweled Alencon
lace embroidered on English net
and fashioned with a portrait
neckline, short sleeves, remov-
able chapel train and a border of
silk peau de sole edging the
hemline. Her headpiece was a
beaded mantilla of matching
, lace. She carried a bouquet of
Phalaenopsis, orchids, and Ste-
: phanotis.
Mrs. Daniel B. Syme of Cincin-
nati served as matron of honor,
and Carol Jo Ellman, sister of the
bridegr000m, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Karen Barris,
sister of the bride, Donna Ellman,
sister of the bridegroom, Karen
Hertz and Deborah Marwil.
Jay Coopersmith served as best
man, and ushers included William
Barris. brother of the bride, Paul
Meyer and William Spencer.

Complete Fur Service

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Phone: 358-0850

Discretion consists in a natural
tendency to the most rational
course, combined with a liking for
the surest. —Baltasar Gracian.

Large selection of

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647-2367

Candy Centerpieces

Personalized Party

Mementos

Invitations and Party Ac-
cessories for all occasions.

the Stein-Way

Music

Akiva Hebrew Day School will
hold a reception honoring Rabbi
and Mrs. Hayim Donin on their
return from a sabbatical year in
Israel. 8:30 p.m. Sept. 8 in the
school social hall.
The PTA will install officers, and
refreshments will be served. The
public is invited. For information,
call the school offices, 45-1060.

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& ORCHESTRA

MARCIA MASSERMAN

LI 7-2770

646-6138

Traurig's Quilt Shop

Our 50th Year

REMAKING & REPROCESSING DOWN
AND WOOL QUILTS, AND PILLOWS

PICKUP SERVICE

15144

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Between Coyle 8 Sussex

342-9448 or 537-1284

Daily 9 to 5:30, Sat. by Appt.

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are conducted in English, and there
are no Hebrew prerequisites for ad-
mission.
Registration will take place 7-9
p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m.-2
p.m. Thursday and Friday at the
Kasle Building, 18977 Schaefer.
Classes will begin Sept. 10 at the
Southfield building.
Any adult in the community who
is interested in academically I
oriented courses in Jewish studies
may enroll in as many courses as
he wishes. Those who may so de-
sire may also matriculate and work

FLAIRS and REGULAR

Levi, Farah and

Akiva to Welcome Donins

toward the bachelor of Judaic
studies degree which the Midrasha
is authorized to grant by the State
Board of Education.
Fall courses include Genesis Re-
: considered, Book of Genesis with
Commentaries; Introduction to
Jewish Law; Modern Jewish
Thought; A Survey of Jewish His-
tory from the First Babylonian
Exile to the State of Israel: His-
tory of Zionism; A Survey of
American Jewish Literature; Is-
' rael:- 1970; Seminar in the Con-
temporary American Scene: and
. Elementary Modern Hebrew (for
12th graders and college freshmen
only).
Registration for the division of
advanced Hebrew studies will take
place 9:15 a.m. Sept. 7 and 9 a.m.-6
p.m. Sept. 8-9. Hebraica classes be-
gin Sept. 11.
For information, call the UHS
office, 864 - 1115 or DI 1 - 3407 in
' Detroit, and 352-7117 in Southfield.

courses in Jewish studies. They ,

PREPARE NOW FOR
BACK TO SCHOOL!

By Such Famous Makers as:

With the opening of school next
week, the United Hebrew Schools
will see the introduction of several
new developments which include
agreements with both Beth Achim
and Adas Shalom congregations for
the joint operation of schools in
the Southfield and Farmington
areas.
Beth Achim branch will pro-
vide Jewish education from kinder-
garten through Bar Mitzva and
confirmation classes. Five-, 6- and
7- year-olds may enroll in kinder-
garten and primary grades, which
will meet for two hours Sunday
mornings. Regular Hebrew school
for boys and girls starts at age 8
and meets for two hours three
times weekly.
The school will follow the UHS
curriculum and will be staffed by
UHS teachers. Israel Elpern will
serve as principal. Classes will
meet in the new Rohlik High
School Building on 12 Mile and
Lahser Rds. until the Beth Achim
addition is completed.
Adas Shalom-United Hebrew
Schools also will conduct classes
from kindergarten through Bar
Mitiva and confirmation classes.
The UHS and Adas Shalom will
share administrative and fiscal
responsibilities of the operation.
The joint school board, com-
' prised equally of representatives
of the UHS and Adas Shalom, will
•be responsible for establishment
of the administrative policies and
curricular activities within the
framework of the core-curriculum
of the UHS. Two representatives of
the UHS Parent-Teachers Organi-
zation also will serve on the board.
.Alex Roberg has been appointed
principal of the Adas Shalom-
United Hebrew Schools, and Barry
S. Bank. Adas Shalom youth di-
rector, will conduct co-curricular
activities.
Elementary department students
will report to school Sunday, with
the exception of beginners, who
will meet Sept. 8.
The UHS High School and Mid-
rasha College of Jewish Studies
will begin the school year in the
Rohlik Building.
* *
The Midrasha's Judaic depart-
ment, meeting at the new building.
will expand its adult program this
fall to include a number of new

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 29, '1969-25

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Torah Umesorah Reports

Filling Day School Posts

NEW YORK (JTA)—Despite the
critical shortage of teachers and
administrators for Jewish schools,
by mid-August more than 30 prin-
cipals had been placed in Jewish
day schools and about 100 such
schools have received recommen-
dations for teachers to fill vacan-
cies. Torah Umesorah, the national
1 society for Hebrew day schools,
reported.
An interim Torah Umesorah re-
port said that at least 10 per cent
of the administrative posts left va-
cant at the end of the 1968-69
school year stemmed from de-
partures from the day school field
by principals who went into either
business positions or university
teaching. Rabbi Fruchter said posts
in smaller communities on the
West Coast and in the Southeast
were the hardest to fill.

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