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September 24, 1971 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-24

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M'on :tir
wer4rogiik
Getty' : - Moshe. -'-re 'Mrs Arnold.
year: For the first time .finaeli: turned to Israel; where 'they` will
temerigera.lohted. . ' 1the-Idetti-ennili complete -their.:atudiest before
,teringthearmk.- Aiiih juid,
- Thepair ivere*, 51tishe IFilher; 411 tints--ddeshet. travebng
Westei d .
Sports', enthusiasthid ,extma Canada; Washington.eatidregeni
sire ' group work experience Vin' xtialf-GabrztoALIworAfichig
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-Haifa. and Gaby Brandis, who has ' - _•71100M-t lggitialitiqlrasetttentletit
a. , wide_ backgrounCin:_dance and tuthein-bythMLottisZoopersirBen
:music, and other cultural 'iacttY.itY.--:
While on -the ,staff„.tbey: participat7
ed in all campuctiviliee„particalarr
ly in -developing- new • programs-
focusing on Israel.- They-Ulso-were

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Preschoolers In vited --
The - Jewish Center preschool :
season is under Wat'for Children

Gonik's kosho Meat, Fish_-.&T Pon

-age 3-5, under the supervision. of
teachers Joyce Fields and -Anita
.,The - liest Meat at:The/3e
Ehrenfried. — -
.
Pullets
40° lb- .
Numb. (3' lbs. or more) . .
Children- will use the Center
Liver
and: be introduced to gym, music,
1911911-.1.c; tisef•{freear`Pacind b9' 16.) -
1;s
:-
rhythmics _ andHebrew words.
235-3777 ' •
There are a limited number' of
- Free Be6rirr
Mile 4 ,
Openings - for. both. members -and
nonniembers.:
Soine
'transportation
Students :.at
at Bar-Han University in Ramat Gan have suffered. is provided. For jitormation, call
their mostdisastrous chess defeat in history even though they group
Services, Di 3-4200. -•
outnumbered- their oiponen
t 36 to one. The Opponent, lowever,
was a most formidable one—Samuel Reshevsky (left), an inter-
national grandmaster and the current U.S. chess champion. Resbev- Ann Arborite. to Heady
sky took on the 36 students simultaneously in •a match that began HUC'Carn"
NOW ALL BRANDS
early in the evening and lasted late , into the night. With his ;PPG;
at
The Union of American Hebrew
nents seated at tables lined np against the walls, the grandmaster
moved around.the room from one chess board to the next, systemati- Congregations announces-,the' ap-
MAJOR
DISCOUNTS__
......
cally. defeating each student. The students were good losers, how- pointment of 'Julian CookUS camp
director of Union . Camp:Institute,
ever, in the marathon match.
Specat For Septembur„
Zionsiille, Ind. -He will serve on
a part-lime basis until-neat= June,
20%
ABOVE SALE
when he will take over the com:-
Young Israel Collegiate Group-Formed plete
camping program. - -
......
The launching of the first -Young
Rabbi A. M. Cohen, director of Cook, a senior at Hebrew Union
7
Israel Collegiate Group in the area adult education at Young Israel, College in Cincinnati, wM be
took place recently with the elec- said study moans being_ offered ordained:a rabbi next June: He is
tion of officers. -
this year will iaclude, as before, the son of - Dr. and MrS. Harry
Kenneth Jacobs is president; "Science and Religion," conducted Cook of Ann- Arbor; and: is Mar-
v 352-451-1
Asher Adler, vice president; Ruth by Rabbi. Yitzcbak Kagan, educa- Tied to Susan Brown of Cincinnati-
Moss, secretary; and Joel Margo- tional director_of tbe Lubavitcher : While attending the 'University
gcpRitirijo!sr
0,344jAVAILABLE ,
Center, and Dr. Seymour Wolfson, Of . Michigan,: he was the president-
lis, treasurer.
ean
o er .
compu
s es, ayne Of Tau•, Delta -. Phi Fraternity.. He
State University.
bolds a BA in .•nglish
" ,Itteratit:e
Akiva School Accepts
In addition, social activities for from U.-of and, froM
Hebrew
Uniai
College.
the
group
will
be
planned
and
put
Torah at Celebration
Cook spent a year studying -in ::
into action after Sukot.
and was vice , president- of
The daily minyan of Akiva He-
Rabbi Cohen, a native Israeli, Israel
the
student. association -,at the-
brew Day School has been eri- usegraduated
from,
the
Yavaeh
riched by a Torah,'
college. He has taught in the
which-his late father
of wh:ch took place at presentation
a "Siyum academy,
adahlished and directed. Ile eon- and: Roekda7e
HaSefer" recently at the* school.
sek"7
tinned ids education-at...Yeshivoth
The Torah was donated by the II* Vomit and Madonna and
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11
SIS I but' ; cOut, he lie;
David Tanzmans in honor of the late&completed four years of Is-
E1 OnorHeyrnar
had extensive camPleilLe
Bar Mitzva of their sonHonaid.
radial rosy
APIZ,174',
-
service. Assigned to Ile served -as trip
This was Akiva's first event in _ the chaplaincy of.-the paratroop
Thanks to you, oar, wonderftil - *0
dfriectoi
OS;
the new quarters, the - Rohlik ids• army stint included a thie tie indAfiehigan:,
is reoptit it ► g in our n ew
Building ' of the United Hebrew participation in the Sinai Cam= co
Schools. UHS—President Harman pidgin of 1956.
accam .
_many: requests ta: 1
Katz extended greetings. .
Portraits by
At the request of the Jewish Alt-
A plaque in memory of Jean-- ency,
family left for South
. ette B. Tomidewies was pre• - Africa in his
1965„ where he received
seated by her husband Zvi his orientation at the Yeshiva
through Rabbi Samuel Prem. Mishkin Yastkov. He became rah-
, Cantor Hyman • Adler chanted bi of Carletenvine Hebrew Con -
• is always fine.
the blessings on behalf of the gregati'on near Johannesburg and
donors, and addresses were de- a, member of the, faculty. at the
quality photography_
livered • by Rabbi Rayina Donin, Yeshiva-College of Soath Africa. In
Merreltocod -Bldg. Mall
.Aldva past president, and by Ise, he- Caine to *Mated States.
Birmingham
Rabbi James L Gordon.
- He la now doctoral. stud
eat at
The purchase of letters to com- Wayne State University and an in- 251 Merrill, cor.'Woodwarti
647-5730'
plete the writing of the Torah was structor is Taknuct at Akira Re-

directed by David Bemis, and the brew Day -SchooL-
sofer (scribe) was Rabbi Monte=
chat Weiss, new educational di-
rector of Cong. Bnal David.
A new Aron Kedesh is to be pre-
h' i_
sented to the students by . J. Rosen-
thal and a reading table and
EASY-Tr? 'die!'
lectern by Meyer Weingarden.
Chairman of arrangements was
MALI.
Jack Zwick, • with Mrs. Charles
Gellman and Mrs. George Wein-
garden heading the Friends of
Akiva reception committee. -

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They Made
The Grade

Principal Lloyd Peterman has
announced that six students at
Oak Park High School have _been
named ,semi-fmalists in the 1971-
`0 ''' 72 ...National • Merit Scholarship
Program, They_ are, Bruce- Agin&
Barbara' Cohen, - David Meissner,
parry" Moss,: Jeff: ant Taut

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