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April 24, 1970 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-24

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NEW UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS CAMPUS

(Continued from Page 1)
The families who made the con-
struction of these buildings possi-
ble are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L.
Deutsch, Mrs. Adolph Deutsch,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis LaMed, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Lindenbaum, Mr.
and Mrs. Sigmund Rohlik and the
* * •

John R. Herman Foundation.
The United Jewish charities
provided the 5.2 acres of land for
the campus complex. A major
grant toward the cost of construc-
tion was allocated through the
capital needs committee of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
* e *

Teachers Institute Cites Shenkman

Friday, April 24, 1970-5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Schools' Campus Complex to Be Dedicated

Beth Achim Weekend Will Examine
Issues Confronting Both Generations

sponse of the Jewish student to
The weekend of May 22-24 will
the ferment on the college
be utilized by Cong. Beth Achim,
Southfield, to explore a number of campus.
On May 24, the semi-holiday of
issues confronting young and old
Lag B'Omer, athletic events for
today.
Dr. Marvin Margolis, psychia- youngsters will be conducted on
trist, will answer questions formu- the synagogue's field.
An art sale to be held 1-9 p.m.
lated by members of the con-
gregation's youth group, Lahav that day will feature the original
works
and lithographs of outstand-
United Synagogue Youth, at an
ing contemporary artists.
oneg Shabat, 8:30 p.m. May 22.
At a melave malka 8:30 p.m.
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Contributions f o r individual director of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at the University of
rooms were made by Mr. and
Michigan, will speak on the re-
Mrs. Leonard Baron, in honor of
Morris and Marion Baron and Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Katz in honor of Israel's Trade Deficit
Joseph and Bertha Katz;
JERUSALEM (ZINS)—The 1969
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Mr. and Mrs. David Safran in deficit was $718,000,000. These
honor of David and Elizabeth Saf- ance of payments amounted to
ran; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shenk- $894,000,000. The year before the
man in honor of Jack and Miriam deficit was $718,000,000. There
Shenkman; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel figures were made available re-
Stuart in honor of Samuel and cently in a report published by the
Gertrude Stuart;
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He invited the entire community
to attend the dedication ceremo-
nies.
Visitors will be able to tour the
new facilities, and refreshments
will be served by the Women's
Auxiliary of the UHS.

Jack Shenkman (left), president of the United Hebrew Schools,
accepts the Abraham and Sarah Rabinowitz Award for distinguished
service to Hebrew education from the Herdia Hebrew Teachers
Institute, at the New York Hilton Hotel. The award was presented by
Prof. Horace M. Kallen at a testimonial dinner in honor of Jacob
Goodman (right), a leader in Zionism and Jewish educational philan-
thropy.

Teachers Invited to Convention to View
New Ways of Teaching Language

The new look of teaching will
be brought home to Jewish school
instructors, invited to participate
in the national audio-visual conven-
tion to be held Monday through
May 1 at Cobo Hall.
Eight-hundred companies which
deal in instructional material will
display their products at exhibits
which are open to the public.
Jacob Meyer Mathis, audio-visual
director at the United Hebrew
Schools, noted that the convention
will still be under way two days
after Passover.
Mathis, who is serving on the
arrangements committee for the
Department of Audio-Visual In-
struction (DAVI) convention,
initiated the audio-visual depart-
ment at the United Hebrew
Schools three years ago. He is
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A Hebrew school teacher for
many years, Mathis said that the
audio-visual techniques being dis-
played at the convention offer the
opportunity to "break away from
old ways of teaching." Currently,
there are four UHS high school
classes using the audio-visual
method of learning Hebrew.
Local chairman of the DAVI
convention is Lewis Saks. Hosts
are members of the Michigan
Audio-Visual Association. Some
10,000 participants are expected.

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ing 1970, under the auspices of the
Torah education and culture de-
partment of the Jewish Agency, it
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