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November 15, 1974 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Nov. 15, 1974--39

U-111 Gets Adler Judaica Gift

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Attending the recent presentation from the Morris Adler
Foundation to the University of Michigan's Judaica collec-
tion are, from left, Dr. Samuel Krohn, Mrs. Goldie Adler, 1
NOON OF 9 MILE RD.
OPEN THURSDAYS Nti William Haber, Dr. Frank Rhodes, and Judge Charles Ru-
PHONE 545-3242
9 P.M.
Rg; biner.
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mItrzialttrizoz^...4^qtrizmet.^7.4przstomnv.: The Morris Adler Founda-
fund the Judaic collection in
tion has presented the Uni- the university libraries.
versity of Michigan ,with
U-M's program in Judaic
three annual grants to help studies was forined in 1971,
and has been aided by a
$40,000 grant from the Jewish
Welfare Federation of Metro-
politan Detroit.
24695 Coolidge at 10 Mile Road
Under Prof. Jehuda Rein-
1 —
r
harz, courses have been of-
$3.50
$10.00
fered in 'Jewish history, Zion-
1
ism, American Jewish his-
Heaven Scent
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tory, as well as Polish and
Spray Cologne
I COLOGNE
German. Jewish history.
U-M's Judaica , collections
$
2.79
21/4-csz. $ 6.67
have
also been built up, add-
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ing 500 volumes through ex-
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change programs with other
$8.50
$8.50
schools.
C1ARA
MA GRIFFE
Frank Rhodes, U-M vice
I
COLOGNE
president for academic af-
COLOGNE
fairs, said the Adler Founda-
I 2%-oz
tion grant will significantly

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aid . serious research by un-
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Open Daily 9 to 5, Closed Sundays
The Ader Foundation grant
was presented at an Ann Ar-
bor luncheon by Mrs. Goldie
Adler, Judge. Charles Rubi-
ner, and Dr. Samuel Krohn.
The university was represent-
ed by Rhodes and Profs. Her-
bert Paper, David N. Fried-
man and Reinhartz.

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Fresh Air Society
Elects Officers

The Fresh Air Society
board of directors has elected
a new slate of officers to one
year terms.
Officers are: Sidney J.
Winer, president; Robert
Kasle, vice president; Mrs.
Asher N. Tilchin, secretary
and Harvey A. Gordo n,
treasurer.
New committee appointees
include: Harvey A. Gordon,
Miles Jaffe, Michael Maddin,
Mrs. Robert Slatkin, Sidney
J. Winer, Dr. Oscar D.
Schwartz, Allan Nachman,
Irvin Ilermanoff, Harold
Weiss, Stanley J. Michaels,
Mrs. Samuel Chapin, Dr.
David Faigenbaum and Dr.
Joseph Fischhoff.
Winer announced that
Camp Tamarack served more
than 1,800 children this year.

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