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April 21, 1978 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday, April 21, 1978

Gershon Churgin, Yeshiva U. Prof.

in New York since 1939
until his retirement in
1972, Dr. Churgin was
graduated from the
Teachers Institute in
Jerusalem in 1923 and re-
ceived a Doctor of Philos-
ophy degree at Johns Hop-
kins University in Balti-
more in 1939.
The Russian-born scholar
also taught at the Herzlia
Hebrew Teachers Institute
in New York, Touro College
and Vassar College. He was
the author of "Horizons of
Thought" and "Currents in
Modern Philosophy."
Dr. Churgin also received
a Bachelor of Arts degree at
Columbia University in
1928 and a Master of Arts
degree there in 1930.

NEW YORK — Dr. Ger-
shon A. Churgin, a Hebrew
scholar, died April 12 at age
75.

A professor of Hebrew lit-
erature and Jewish philos-
ophy at Yeshiva University

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MIFFLINTOWN, Pa. —
The Frozen Food Division of
Empire Kosher Poultry,
Inc., -has introduced new
line of frozen, all-natural,
lowfat kosher yogurts to its
expanding frozen food line,
according to Murray L.
Katz, president of the di-
vision.
Empire kosher yogurt
will be marketed nationally
in five oz. portion-control
cups, 100 calories per serv-
ing, packed 24 to a case, to
both the retail and institu-
tional food service markets.
The yogurt will be available
in five all-natural flavors —
cherry, peach, vanilla,
strawberry and blueberry.
• • •
James L. Jonas and
Bernard Golsky have been
named group treasurer and
assistant vice president —
division head, closing, re-
spectively, by American
Federal Savings.
• • •
Lawrence B. Wayne has
qualified for the President's
Council, Metropolitan Life
Insurance Co.'s highest de-
signation "for outstanding
sales and service perform-
ance," Wayne is a qualify-
ing and life member of the
Million Dollar Round Table,
and the South Oakland
County Association of Life
Underwriters.

'No Brand' Items
at Farmer Jack

Farmer Jack Supermar-
kets introduced "No Brand"
brands of grocery items in
all 80 of its outlets Monday.
The "No Brand" brands at
Farmer Jack come pack-
aged with plain black and
white labels with red trim.
In the case of peas, for
example, the front of the
label simply says "Garden
Sweet Peas" and the back
side contains nutritional in-
formation.
Farmer Jack will intro-
duce its "No Brand" labels
on nine much-used house-
hold items. They are canned
peas, green beans, corn,
grapefruit juice, fruit
punch, catsup, apple sauce,
fabric softener and liquid
dish detergent. Other "No
Brand" items will be added
in the future.
The "no brand" items will
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Dr. and Mrs. Carl E. Lip-
nik of Southfield announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Miriam Ellen, to
Lawrence Brian Prussack,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Prussack of West Bloom-
field.
Miss Lipnik earned a
Bachelor of Science degree
at the University of Michi-
gan School of Dental
Hygiene. Her fiance was
graduated from the U-M,
where he earned a BS de-
gree. He is a student in the
Wayne State University
Medical School.
A June wedding is
planned.

Women in Torah
Course Offered

Sal Viviano, Ron, Gayle, & Susi (Manicurist)
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The police accepted re-
sponsibility for the death of
one hostage who was mis-
identified as a terrorist and
shot by mistake. In one
other case, the investiga-
tion was unable to deter-
mine who was responsible.

The report of the police
probe into its conduct, sub-
mitted to the Knesset's
Interior Committee, flatly
rejected charges by some of
the survivors that the police
fired indiscriminately when
the bus was halted at a
roadblock just north of Tel
Aviv, killing terrorists and
their victims alike. This
was refuted by autopsy re-
ports.

According to the police
report, the terrorists had
murdered 11 of the 33 vic-
tims while the bus was
still racing south along
the coast highway, before

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From The Girls At -

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
An investigation of police
action in the March 11 ter-
rorist massacre on the
Haifa-Tel Aviv highway
concluded that all but one of
the victims aboard the
hijacked bus were killed by
the terrorists.

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Happy Passover

Report on March PLO Raid
Vindicates the Israeli Police

A
course entitled
"Women in the Torah: A
Feminist's Perspective,"
will be offered jointly by the
Wayne State University
Adult Education Depart-
ment and the Jewish Com-
munity Center beginning 1
p.m. Tuesday at the main
Center.
The course will be con-
ducted by Margaret Silver-
man Eichner, a doctoral
candidate at the University
of Michigan. Participants
are requested to bring a
Jewish Bible to class. There
is a fee for the eight-week
class. For information, call
Mary Kay Reed at the WSU
Adult Edcuation office,
577-4665.

SWINGING SINGLES,
25 and up, will have a
cocktail party and dance
8:30 p.m. April 28 at Kings-
ley Inn. There is a charge.
For information, call Hen-
rietta Lewis, 546-0903.

it was stopped. They
booby-trapped the bus
with high explosives
which were detonated by
a hand grenade thrown
by one of the terrorists 15
seconds before he left the
bus, the report said.
One victim, Haviv El-
khaveh, was shot in the
back as he left the bus hold-
ing a sheet of white paper as
a sign of surrender. Accord-
ing to one survivor he was
shot by a policeman. But the
police accepted the account
of his wife who said he was
shot by a woman terrorist.
The report conceded that
it was difficult to distin-
guish the hostages from the
terrorists. Eitan said the
police could not have
reacted differently because
they were convinced that
the terrorists were not in-
terested in bargaining but
in killing as many Israelis
as they could.

Begin's Heart
Is Given OK

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
underwent four hours of in-
tensive heart checkups at
Jerusalem's Hadassah Hos-
pital last week and was pro-
nounced "a healthy man" at
the end of them. The tests
had been announced a day
in advance to allay fears
and speculation.
Begin was struck by a
major heart attack last
May, soon after his election
victory, and suffered
further complications dur-
ing the summer. But since
then he has been in good
health.

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Wishes
The Entire Jewish Community

A HAPPY PASSOVER

A Happy & Healthy
PASSOVER
To All Our

Friends & Customers

City Foods Service Co. Inc.
Distributors of Empire Kosher Poultry

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