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May 21, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 'Friday, May 21, 1971

Israeli Educator,
Editor Visit Here

An Israeli educator and a news-
man were among the Detroit visi-
tors here this week.
Amitai Mahler of Ramat Gan,
an associate editor of Itim, the
Israel news agency, was the guest
of his aunt, Mrs. Leah Feldman,
and his cousins, Mrs. Sara Singal,
Mr. and Mrs. Shimon Kleinplatz
and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Selesny.
Hayim Zohar, who is in charge
of youth and education for the Jew-
ish Agency immigration and ab-
sorption department, was here to
address the Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration executive committee at
the Zionist Cultural Center Tues-
day.
Zohar was accompanied to De-
troit by Newton D. Hacker, region-
al director of the American Zion-
ist Federation, who also addressed
the Detroit Zionist Federation ex-
ecutive.

Akiva Day Names
to
Milton Cross • as
Executive Director

Killowitz of _AT. Y.
Robert _Heel-

Milton Cross has been engaged
as executive director of Akiva Day
School, it was announced by Dr.
Hayim Doni n,
president.
Cross, a me-
chanical engi-
neer, managed
his own engi-
neering business
since 1963.
A_ lifelong De-
troiter, he is the
president - desig-
nate of Brother-
Cross
hood Lodge of
Bnai Brith. He and his wife Gitel
have four children, Mrs. Harlan
(Bette) Bercovici of Denver, Mrs.
MISS SONDRA KALOWITZ
Stephen (Anita) Mann, Steven,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kalowitz of
19; and Lisa, 12; and four grand-
children.
New York announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Sondra to
Robert Daryl Meer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Meer of Dartmouth
Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Kalowitz was graduated
from Queens College and the
Teachers' Institute of the Yeshiva
University. Mr. Meer is studying
ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAPTER at Michigan State University prior
will feature a speaker from "Con- to entering law school.
tact 10" at its meeting 8:15 p.m.
An August wedding in New York
Tuesday at the Oak Park Commu- is planned.
nity Center. Guests are welcome.

,

Three directors of Bnai Brith'
Hillel Foundations — Rabbi BEN-
ZION GOLD of Harvard Univer-
sity, Rabbi HOWARD RABINO-
WITZ of the University of North
Caroiina and Rabbi CLYDE SILLS
of the University of Texas—are
among the 26 campus ministers
who have been appointed by the
Danforth Foundation of St. Louis
to receive Danforth Campus Min-
istry Grants for 1971-72. The award
allows for an academic year of
graduate study in a university or
theological school of the candi-
date's choosing.



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