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June 18, 1971 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-18

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Hospital Facility Planned

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — Plans
of Willowcrest-Bamberger, an ex-
tended care facility under Jewish
sponsorship, to build a $2,200,000,
four-story, 100-bed extended care
facility on the campus of the Albert
Einstein Medical Centers northern
division have been approved by
the hospital survey committee of
the Philadelphia-South Jersey met-
ropolitan area.

Yeshiva Students Win Science Honors

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 18, 1971-35

FRANK PAUL

and his ORCHESTRA

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Twins Allan and Saul Mincer, sons of the Abraham Mincers of

Indiana Ave., received twin honors in the Metropolitan Science Fair.
Both students at Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, they placed second with
their projects. A third Yeshiva student, David Ungar, placed third.
Shown being congratulated by Southfield Mayor Norman Feder, the
Mincer boys are accompanied by Rabbi A. A. Freedman (left),
Yeshiva assistant principal, and by Rabbi Norman Kahn, school
administrator. Saul demonstrated muscle coordination of people at
different ages. His brother's project was "Growth of Molds." David,
son of the Alex Ungars of Dartmouth Ave., Oak Park, demonstrated
"Balance of Nature."

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Beth Yehudah Graduation Exercises Thursday
to Feature Presentations by Former Students

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Graduation exercises of all day
school divisions of Beth Yehudah
Schools will take place 8 p.m.
Thursday at McGregor Memorial
Conference Center, Wayne State
University.
Hillel I. Abrams, president of
Beth Yehudah Schools, announces
that Mr. and Mrs. Nathan I. Gol-
din will be presented with an in-
'scribed copy of "Shalsheles," the
annual yearbook of the Beth Jacob
Girls. Mr. and Mrs. Goldin have
been among benefactors of Beth
Yehudah Schools.
Shalheves, yearbook of the Yes-
hiva Boys School, will be dedicated
to Rabbi Eugene Greenfield.
Chairman of the board of directors
of Beth Yehudah Schools, Rabbi
Greenfield will receive an inscribed
copy of Shalheves at the gradua-
tion•
The program, chaired by David

J. Cohen, will include present-
ations by former graduates of
both departments.
The 99 current graduates in-
clude 31 from high school, 29 from
the intermediate department and
30 from the elementary depart-
ment.
Entrance to the exercises is by
ticket only. Tickets are available
at no charge at the Yeshiva office,
15751 W. 101/2 Mile, Southfield.

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