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August 29, 1975 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroiters' Bar-Ilan Pioneering
Observed on 20th Anniversary

UHS Changes School Studies

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Stollman's comments
were in relation to the an-

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nual dinner of Detroit
Friends of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, to he held Sept. 18, at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
A special feature of the
dinner, which is acclaimed
by the arrangements com-
mittee headed by Dr. Leon
Fill, is the appearance at
the dinner of one of the
world's most noted opera
singers, Misha Raitzin.
Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive
director of Detroit Friends
of Bar-Ilan University and
of Mizrachi's chapter here,
said the noted singer's ap-

GIRLS
WINTER COATS

pearance here augurs an im-
portant occasion for music
lovers.
Irving Bernstein, execu-
tive vice president of the
United Jewish Appeal, will
he at the dinner to present
the award to this year's hon-
oree, Paul Zuckerman, on
the occasion of his having
received the honorary doc-
tor of philosophy degree
from Bar-Ilan in June. Phil-
lip Stollman received an
honorary doctorate from
the university three years
ago.

Business Briefs

WALTER COHN an-
nounces his association with
Modern Office Supply Co.,
31535 Southfield, Birming-
ham.

BORMAN'S, Inc., opera-
tors of Farmer Jack Mar-
kets, announced the ap-
pointment of Sam Feig as
vice president of meat oper-
ations.

Philip T. Warren has
been named to the board of
directors of Liberty State
ank and Trust, it was an-
nounced by Morris Fen-
nell, chairman of the
board. Warren is associate
chairman of the Allied
Jewish Campaign and on
he board of the Jewish
Welfare Federation.

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master's degrees in the field
The seven-branch United
Hebrew Schools system has
of Jewish education are ap-
announced several adminis-
prenticed to the UHS sys-
trative and program
tem for practical field work.
WILL BE
changes that will he insti-
The intern this year is Re-
nee Soloway,.daugh ter of
tuted this fall.
Lower-grade students
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Soloway,
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
Pearson Ave., Oak Park.
will receive a concentration
in Hebrew and synagogue ' Funds for this project come
from a special Federation
skills, with the "temporary
exclusion" of other studies
grant from the Charles Mer-
AND ASSOCIATES
currently in the program.
rill Trust which is used for
357-1010
This approach will take five
professional development.
years to implement through
all the grades.
Several of the grades have
been scheduled for weekend
programs at Camp Tamar-
ack. Pupils using UHS aft-
ernoon school bus service
occasionally be accom-
panied to school by guitar-
ists who will teach Israeli
1000 to choose from
music. The high school is
working on the production
• REGULAR LENGTH
of a Broadway musical to he
• BOOT LENGTH
translated into Hebrew and
presented in the spring.
• LEATHER LOOK
New to the UHS staff is
• PILE LOOK
Richard Wagner, formerly
• SUEDE LOOK
director of youth activities
• WOOL LOOK
for the Southern Califor-
nia region of the United
Synagogue of America.
Wagner will be principal
LOADS OF STYLES TO
of the Cong. Bnai Moshe
CHOOSE FROM,
branch and responsible for
UHS weekend activities
MOST STYLES WITH HOODS,
away from the city.
BEIGE, BROWN, BLUE, GREEN .. .
The UHS has also worked
out an arrangement with
AND MANY OTHER COLORS.
Brandeis University
whereby pupils in the
SIZES 4 TO 6x
School of .Contemporary
Jewish Studies working on

SUPER VALUES

Shown is a scene on the approach to Bar-Ilan Campus in Ramat-Gan

"We pioneered in the
creation of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, and now we rejoice
over the great school's prog-
ress on its 20th anniver-
sary," Phillip Stollman,
global chairman of the uni-
versity's board of directors,
stated this week.
Stollman pointed out that
the original student body of
75 20 years ago has grown to
more than 7,000 now, with a
faculty of 700.

of Borman's, Inc. said this
new store covers 62,000
square feet with 48,000
square feet of selling area
and also has 28 electronic
cash registers for speedy
check out.
In this store is a full-serv-
ice delicatessen, an in-store
bakery, a snack bar, a phar-
macy and a greeting card
section.

'29 To '34

HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE is organizing an
"adventure into adult Jew-
ish education." The group _
will meet regularly for
speakers, discussion, study
and debate. For informa-
tion, call Jonathan Jaffa,
549-0936, evenings. The
group will he limited in size.

detailing. Beautiful pant-

suits, 3-piece suits, coat-dress
and dress-jacket combos
plus distinctive new knits,
some with glamorous fur
trims. Its all part of our

- Paul Borman, President

fashion forecast for fall.
So won't you stop'in soon...

Alriva Has Dual Leadership

Ahi ∎ . a Hebrew Day School
will this year begin a dual
administrative program, led
by Rabbi Shaul Broner, act-
ing principal, and Miss Celia
Stern, head of general stud-
ies.
Rabbi Broner, ‘vho is in
his third year of a three-
yea• leave of absence from
the Mamlachti Kati School
of Ashdod, Israel. where he
was principal, will be in
charge or the spiritual pro-
gram and will supervise all
Jewish studies.
Miss Stern, longtime
Detroit Public School
principal, also will be ad=
ministrator of the daily
office routine of the school.

For registration informa-
tion, call Akiva, 354-4664.
Meanwhile, the Akiva
PTA will install new offi-
•ers and hoard members
10:30 p.m. Saturday at the
school. Refreshments will
he served. For information,
call Myra Selesny, 354-3494.

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P.S. Don't forget we carry
a complete selection of
SIZES 10-20 8, 12' 2 24' 2

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The Smart Woman's Choice"

bobvegreen's

Montefiore Lodge
Sets Installation

Montefiore Lodge, Free
Sons of Israel, will have a
buffet dinner and installa-
t ion 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room.
Poi/ reservations, call Mrs.
Iarry Rice, 645-0615.

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between Greenfield and Coolidge)

'35 To '48

DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN

TEL-TWELVE MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph

OPEN DAILY
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

SUNDAY 12 to 5 P.M.

ALSO 1, 4ORTHWQ0D SHOPPING CENTER

13 MILE AT WOODWARD OPEN SUNDAY 12 to 5 p.m.

USE YOUR BANK AMEIPICARD OR MASTER CHARGE .

Spirited classic characterized
by unrivaled tailoring and

The Farmer Jack chain
opened its newest store
Aug. 19 in the Green-8
Shopping Center located
across from Northland.

SIZES 7 TO 14

Bnai Brith
Activities

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Borman's Opens
New Supermarket

YOUR WEDDING —
BAR MITZVA

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FINER
WINER

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