New Hebrew Schools Complex Dedicated;
Further Expansions to Include Midrasha
Joining in impressive ceremonies
that marked the dedication of the
United Hebrew Schools complex on
12 Mile Road at Lahser, Sunday
afternoon, an overflow audience
acclaimed the donors who made
possible the financing of a library,
the auditorium, the high school
building, classrooms, administra-
tive offices and other facilities.
field under the chairmanship of
Norman Katz, a member of the
U.HS board of directors, who head-
ed the committee on arrangements
for the dedication, the ceremonies
included presentation of citations
to the major contributors and
analyses of community interests
in Detroit Jewry'S educational
needs by heads of movements re-
lated to the schools.
In his analysis of the program
planned for the years ahead in
the new campus, Katz spoke of
links with the community, of
aims to expand the educational
efforts and to continue the poli-
cies of offering educational serv-
ices in every possible sphere.
Noted community personalities
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, May 8, 1970
DECORATOR IDEA No.
were among the participants in' Several presentations wer e
.he function that sav• the fruition 1 made: Judge Theodore Levin pre-
p( the aspiration for the establish-1 sented a citation to Sophie and
-cent of the vast educational ' Sigmund Rohlik for their gift for
ampo. the Rohlik high school building:
Alan Schwartz, as president of the Esther and Louis LaMed Audi-
;he Jewish Welfare Federation, torium where the dedication cerc-
•hich has provided for the major monies were held was officially
..nanci I needs of the educational presented to the community and
system, spoke of the United He- a citation was given the donors by
.irew Schools as "a useful and im- :Vanden Berman; George M. Zelt-
portant part of Jewish life " zer gave a citation to Alfred
.'s mayor of Southfield, Norman neutsch in appreciation of the gifts
Feder greeted the gathering and for the Adolph Deutsch Admini-
.,nolo? of the United Hebrew stration Building and the Morris
Schools' new role in his communit:' Rosenberg General Offices, do-
as adding to the "excellence " noted by the respective families;
our schbol system w‘"ich is gym- Airs. Rose Schiller gave a citation
bolic of the aims of Southfield." to Reva and Harry Lindenbaum
As superintendent of the who made possible the construe-
schools, Albert Elazar spoke of tion of the Lindenbaum Library
the great needs inherent in the Building; Julian Tobias gave a ci-
educational system, of the con- tation to Mrs. John R. Herman as
tinuity that is vital to the per- a memorial to her husband who
petuation of Jewish knowledge financed the John Herman Board
and he declared, commenting on Room.
American Jewry's position, that The Hebrew High School stu-
"with freedom goes responsibil- dents were directed in a program
ity." He added the hope that out of Hebrew songs by Shalom Kho-
o' the new complex will emerge leb. The opening and closing ,
"fulfillment of the great desire prayers were given by Rabbis
to turn our complex Into a place Benjamin Gorrelick and NI oses
of Torah and inspiration."
Lehrman. Mrs. Ilse Roberg led in'
Jack Shenkman, president of the the singing of the national an-
schools, who formally accepted the thems.
new structure in behalf of the
Among those who extended
movement as a symbol of the greetings were Menahem Glaser,
community's role in advancing ed- representing the UHS high school
ucational needs, announced that faculty; Airs. Dorothy Kripke,
the complex is not completed, that president of the VHS Women's
it will also have as additions an Auxiliary, and David Bardenstein,
annex for Midrasha College of grandson of the LaMeds, who do-
Jewish Studies and a plaza for nated the auditorium, in behalf of
musical groups and function.
the high school students.
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We learn the same subjects in General Studies as
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The classes are small. This helps the teachers to
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Akiva has a Student Council which permits students
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Above everything else the best thing about Akiva
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JERUSALEM (JTA)—The ex- • a meeting of the European execu- 1
(•cutive of the World Zionist Or- 1 live of the World Jewish Congress.
ganization officially disassociated j He plans to remain in Europe for
itself from the views expressed several months.
by Dr. Nahum Goldman, president
Dr. Goldman said he foresaw
of the World Jewish Congress ; expanded Soviet involvement 18
and a former president of the months ago but nobody can say
WZO. ! what will happen tomorrow or ,
The resolution was adopted at the next day. He expressed the !
the close of a meeting of the ex- hope that America would react !
ecutive at which Dr. Goldmann 1 but added, no one can be sure
explained his views but was bit- : because America's involvement 1
terly castigated by his former col- in Cambodia made it more dif- ,
leagues for expressing opinions ficult and the Russians are tak-
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which they considered inimical to ing a tougher position.
Israel and the Zionist movement. , Dr. Goldmann warned Israeli
The resolution said, "The ex- youth not to misinterpret his arti-
ecutive of t h e World Zionist cle in Foreign Affairs Quarterly.
Organization expressed its vig - Ile never said that the govern-
°roils disassociation from Dr. ment was against peace but ques-
Gchlmann's article in Foreign tinned only its policies and meth-
Affairs. The executive expressed ods to achieve peace, Dr. Gold-
its opinion that the content of mann said. Ile said the article .
the article and also its timing , expressed the "genuine ideal" of
have caused harm to the Zion- Zionism, adding. "because we are
ist cause." a unique nation we must have a
The article appeared in the unique character."
April edition of the quarterly. In
Dr. Goldmann replied to his
it. Dr. Goldmann proposed a critics that the Zionist Executive ]
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a Zionist and who is not and what ,
Ile also criticized the Israel gov- Zionism is and what it is not. :
ernment for lack of flexibility in "They cannot teach me what :
its approach to peace with the Zionism is," he said.
Dr. Goldman told the executive,
‘‘ here he appeared to explain his
views, that his proposals (lid not
compromise the security. He said
he regretted the timing of the
publication of his article, which
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