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October 11, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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Numismatists Plan
Coin Auction, Sale

The Israel Numismatic. So-
ciety of Michigan will host
its 1974 Great Lakes Semi-
nar Oct. 18-20 at the Bir-
mingham House Motel.
There `will be a slide pro-
gram, displays and lectures
by Nahum Hacohen, Fred
Bertram, Stanley Yulish,
Morris Bram, Robert Weber
and Sydney Bluestone. An
auction will be held 1:30 p.m.
Oct. 19, with a sale 10 a.m.-
6 p.m. Oct. 20. The public is
invited to the auction at no
charge.
For information call
INS/Michigan, 547-2240.

In recognition of his labors
in behalf of Akiva Day School
during its 10 years of exist-
ence, the anniversary dinner,
Oct. 31 at Cong. Beth Achim
will honor Rabbi James I.
Gordon.
The dinner will be ad-
dressed by distinguished and
world famous Israeli diplo-
mat, Abba Eban.
Max M. Fisher, honorary
chairman of the dinner com-
mittee, will introduce the
guest speaker.
Rabbi Gordon, co-founder
and chairman of Akiva's edu-
It matters not whether you cation com mittee, will re-
achieve much or little, pro- ceive the first Rabbi Akiva
vided your heart is directed Awardfor "his outstanding
to Heaven.—Talmud.
dedication and service to the
school." He has been an ac-
five member of Akiva since
its inception in 1964.
with
He is being honored at the
HENRI WAKNINE same time Akiva is being
internationally acclaimed for
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
"outstanding and inspirational,
357-0139 programs that bring the
355-4913
school's students close to
Israel."
GINGER BLAIR
In March of 1964, Rabbis
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gan Ladies Auxiliary will be
represented by department
president Mrs. Jack Goyer,
at the national executive
meeting today through Sun-
day at the L'Enfant Plaza
Hotel, Washington, D.C. A
report will be given to the
JWV Memorial Home. Mrs.
Leonard Green, chairman,
asks persons interested in
joining to call the JWV head-
quarters, 559-5680. Plans for
the Nov. 14 visit to the Flint
Auxiliary will be discuised.
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Southfield. For reservations,
call Mrs. ' Katz, 559-4484, or
Martha Hauptman, president,
352-2696. A report will be giv-
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Allen Park Hospital.

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Akiva Day School 10th Anniversary
Dinner to Honor Rabbi James Gordon

Workmen's Circle will have
its installation of officers 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
New officers are Mrs. Leon
Popowski, president; David
Weisman, vice president;
Mrs. Alex Spinner, and Mrs.
Mendel Hofer, secretaries;
Mrs. Hillel 'Lengel, treasur-
er; Mrs. Simon Klachefski,
hospitaler; Harry Praw and
Leon Popowski, social co-
chairmen; Kuno Greenbaum,
Israel chairman; and Lou
Levis, Mrs. Leib Borenstein
and Simon Klachefski, en-
tertainment.
A light dinner will be
served. !Mischa Lefkowicz,
violinist, and his s i s t e r,
Tanya Klemptner, pianist,
will perform.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Popowski, 557-3994.

tion committee of Akiva
which develops and super-
vises school policies.
During his sabbatical leave
in Israel in 1972-73, Rabbi
Gordon served as a liaison
between the World' Zionist
Organization's department for
Torah education and culture
and Akiva in developing the
Grade 12 in Israel Program
for which the school will
receive the Spiritual Bridges.
Award.
Rabbi Gordon's interest in
day schools developed when
he was principal of the Proi7i-
dence (Rhode Island) He-
brew Day School from 1947
to 1950.
He has been the rabbi of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods
since 1963. Rabbi Gordon
came to Young Israel of Oak-
Woods after serving congre-
gations in Portland, Oregon
and Elmira, N.Y.
He is a former national
vice president of the Rabbin-
ical Council of America, for-
mer national president of the
American Correctional Chap-
lain's Association and former
member of the Rabbinic ad-
visory board to the United
Jewish Appeal.
For information and reser-
vations, call Akiva, 354-4664.

RABBI JAMES I. GORDON

former spiritual leader of
Cong. Bnai David, met with
a group of 13 parents at the
home of Mr. and-Mrs. David
Dombey of Oak Park to or-
ganize the day school that
would be Akiva.
With the support of corn-
munity leaders such as Phil-
lip Stollman and David I.
Berris, Akiva's current pres-
ident, Akiva Hebrew Day
School became a reality in
September 1964 six months
after that meeting. The
school started with 90 stu-
dents in five grades.
Since that time, Rabbi Gor-
don has chaired the educa-

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