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February 04, 1977 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-04

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Friday, February 4, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Aliya Representative Named,
- "The Best Disco In Town"

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interview people consid-
ering settlement in Is-
rael.
A native of Jerusalem
and a graduate of Hebrew
University, Barkali was a
lieutenant in the Israeli
army and fought in the bat-

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been named aliya
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aliya.centers in Oak Park
and Cleveland.

A representative for
the Galilee Orchestra will
be in the United States in
February to interview
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Interested' persons
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_Applicants must be qual-
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have some teaching ex-
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another for a representa-
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° Final selection will be
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Criteria for the selec-
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their academic and pro-
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Each college, school
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university will have an
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graduate studies. 352
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Wednesday. Awards will
be made at a Probus Club
Award reception to be
held May 6 at the
McGregor Memorial Con-
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