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urvey shows. About half were
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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
bee, Rabbi Freedman taking us
sledding, meeting our teachers,
an all A report card, and finally
We are happy to welcome three
new students to the Yeshiva. They
By DAVID LEVIT1N
are Franklyn Krieger in the third
Age 11, Grade 6
grade, his brother Douglas in the
A baseball league has been fifth, and Deena Gerchak in the
formed in the Yeshiva. Games will first.
be played after school.
There are four teams involved.
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
The Panthers are coached- by
Portraiture of Distinction
Jeffrey Tenenbaum; and the Bar-
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racudas, by Sanford Singal. Alan
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Schwartz's team is the Sharks, and
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the Orioles will be coached by
- Alan Rosenberg. At present, the
boys are busily raising money for
Honor certificates were won by these students in the elementary shirts and baseball caps. Official
umpires are Rabbi Eli Finkelstein
grades of Akiva Hebrew Day School, which recently held a school
and Rabbi Beryl Moskowitz. The
science fair. Shown are (from left) David Tenenbaum, David Snow,
illoreeu,Silver, Joel Bigman and Sammy Heiman. First- first game will be played April 11.
placilliinner.was_Rally Peals; second place, Ben Minna; and third
On Friday, March 10, the
place, /David _Dania. They, - arong,.with Howard Ginsberg, Gershon
boys in grades 7 and up went
Goldman, Sharona'Koenigsberg and Ronnie Schwartzberg, are show-
roller skating as part of the
ing their projects at the district :science fair at Cranlbrook School
gym program. They went to the
Represented 1n the school fair were students from
Roller-Drome in Warren, and
— kitidergatteti through' leth %grade: Displays included a large-scale
were accompanied by Rabbi
reconstruction of the biblical sanctuary and its vessels by the stu-
delittralthellth grade; and a display,by-the Akiva Ham Radio Club.
The fourth grade has prepared
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the bulletin board for the month
Thurs. & fit. Niter till 9
of March. Their theme is "Hap-
Mc n., Tues.,Wed.,41, Sat. till 5
piness is Going to YBY." Some
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'The Jewish Center's new sum- c ited :to a first-cotne, first-served
friends, having Rabbi Lieberman
mar program. for 3-41/2-year-old, basis.
Transportation is available in show us films, winning a spelling
children, Playland, Jr., will be
expanded this season at the 10 - the northwest Detroit and Oak
Mlle branch. There' 'wilt be two Park areas. Classes are available
four-week sessions, June 26-July to youngsters 3-5 with two- three
21 and July 24-Aug. 18, five half- and five half-days available.
For information, registration and
days per week.
The program-tit open to-all. One- application, call the group services
tgapaRertattolt-xiS -AteXidecl. division, 341-4200.
• Super Imposed
wItr bi3erite- betsveeTi Seven.
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west as far - 'mares Farmington"
• Unique Poses
Study Trip to Israel
• Bar Mitzvahs
Participants will have the op-
Dr. Edna Coffin, assistant pro-
portunity to use the outdoor pool.
fessor of Hebrew in the depart-
and gym. .
Brochures and apidieations are ment of Near Eastern language
and literature at the University of
Michigan will lead a summer study
547-7054 or 398-1068
program in Israel, July 8-August
Center Program for Tots 24, in the Students Abroad project.
Students Abroad offers students
Begins to Register for Fall
The ,Jewish Center preschool a planned study and informal ex-
in foreign lands, In Is-
-is' taking registration for
rael, they may take courses in
Registration„-loped to all, is lint- Hebrew language, archeology, bib-
lical history, and other civilization
courses. At the Hebrew University,
students may take language
classes on all levels.
For information, write Students
Abroad, 211 Michigan Theater
Building, 527 E. Liberty. Ann
Arbor 48108, or call 1-662-6666.
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Summer Science Institute
Offered- at Technion
NEW YORK—The second an-
nual Summer Institute of Science
and Technology for high school
students from the United States
and Canada will be held at Tech-
nion, Israel Institute of Technology,
Haifa, July 12-Aug. 30.
This was announced by Charles
I. Scher, executive vice president
of the American Technion Society,
which his co-sponsoring the insti-
Classes will be held during a
four-week period, which also will
include a number of visits to in-
dustrial and technological enter-
prises, as well as weekend excur-
sions. There will be a total of 98
class laboratory hours. Two weeks
are planned for travel throughout
Israel, and one week will be spent
on a kibutz.
Accommodation will be at dormi-
tories on Technion's Mt. Carmel
campus. The lecturers will be
mostly members of the Technion
Enrollment is open to students
age 16-18, who have completed at
least two years of high schooL
There is no prerequisite of high ,
school science courses. A personal
* interview will be arranged upon
the receipt of application.
For information, call the Ameri-
can Technion Society office in De-
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