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April 13, 1979 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-13

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Friday, April 13, 1919 41

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Dr. and Mrs. Saul Liefer
of Oak Park announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Carol Liefer, to Marc
Posen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Posen of' Far-
mington Hills. A September
wedding is planned.
* * *
Dr. Gerson Faden of Deer-
field Beach, Fla.,'announces
the engagement of his
daughter, Susan Esther
Faden, to Dr. Milton Hal
Pearlman; son 'of Dr. and
Mrs. Jack Pearlman of West
Bloomfield. Miss Faden,
daughter of the late Mrs.
Helen Faden, earned a BA
degree from Oberlin College
and an M.Ed degree from
behalf of students con-
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Tufts College. Her fiance
sidered suitable for the
was graduated from the
available awards from
University of Michigan's
funds from the Philip
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school and is a resi-
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Scholarships ranging demic High School, Ashke-
from a year of study and re- lon, Israel, 10th, 11th and
sidence at the Mollie Good- 12th grades.
man School in Kfar Silver,
• 45 days-Summer Teen
Israel, to a month at a Age _Camp, Kfar Silver
Zionist camp in this country School, Ashkelon, Israel,
will be awarded by the age 13 and 14.
Zionist Organization of De-
• 42 days-Teen Age
troit, local schools and edu- Tour, age 15-17.
cational agencies were in-
• 52 days-Israel Summer
in Moshav, qualified appli-
formed this week. ,
Making the announce- cants, college age.
ment, Rabbi David Nelson,
• 44 days-Masada Lead-
chairman of the ZOD schol- ership Training Course, age
arship committee, an- 16-19.
nounced that scholarships
Principals and direc-
are being made available as tors of total. schools were
follows:
urged this week by Rabbi
• One year of study at the Nelson to file applica-
ZOA Mollie. Goodman Aca- tions for scholarships on

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Engagements

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arship Fund.

A report submitted to the
Zionist Organization of
America, sponsor of Kfar
Silver, the agricultural vil
lage in Israel, and the Mol-
lie Goodman High School,
by Leon Ilutovich, stated
that 1978-1979 has seen the
largest enrollment in Kfar
Silver's history. A total of
517 students (257 boys and
260 girls) attend classes in
the various schools on the
campus.

Included in this student
body are 107 pupils from
foreign countries: 42, have
come from Latin America,
and, recently, they were
joined by 51 from Iran. To-
gether with the 14 U.S.
teenagers in the Mollie
Goodman Academic High
School, they give the cam-
pus an international flavor.
For the Latin American
and Iranian students who
arrived under the auspices
of Youth Aliya, courses
were introduced based on
special curricula and con-
ducted by teachers and
counselors who speak Per-
sian and Spanish.

The Kfar Silver campus
is steadily moving
towards its goal of 1,000
students by 1982.

While the majority of the
students are Israeli born,
their parents have come
from 37 countries. The only
y ardstick to determine the
origin of the students is by
the roots of their parents.
And, so, the 517 boys and
girls presently enrolled
comprise 286 whose parents
are of Ashkenazi origin and
231 whose parents are
Sephardim. In the latter
category, the largest group
is from Morocco (82 stu-
dents).
Six schools make up the
Kfar Silver complex: Ag-
riculture, Sylvia and Ale-
xander Hassan Technical,
Nursing, Mollie Goodman
Academic, Aviation (10th
Grade) and Junior High
(first year).
Apart from the diver-
sified vocational training
programs, the academic
studies on the `campus are
divided into the following
five departments: Science,
Mathematics, Social
Studies, Judaic studies and
Foreign Languages.

dent at the University of
Missouri Medical Center. A
spring wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Morton
Kasoff of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Sandra

Her fiance was graduated
from Wayne State Univer-
sity with a degree in busi-
ness administration. An
August wedding is planned.

field. Miss Kasoff attended
Oakland University, where
she majored in education.

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John E. Jacobs, chairman
of the regional board of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, is warning area
high school students that
the College Entrance
Examination Board (CEEB)
test will be administered on
Saturday, June 2.
The date conflicts with
the Sabbath and with
Shavuot.
Jacobs said that students
may take the test on Sun-
day, June 3 by sending a
written request to the
CEEB.

Group to Present
Memorial Program

The Workmen's Circle of
Michigan will present its
36th annual Warsaw
Ghetto memorial program 8
p.m. Thursday at the
Workmen's Circle Center,
26341 Coolidge, Oak Park.
The hour-long program,
chaired by district chair-
man Selma Goode, includes
addresses in Yiddish and
English by Leib Borenstein
and Robert Aronson.
- The public is invited free
of charge. For information,
call Workmen's Circle,
545-0985.

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Birthingham's West Maple
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Julius Chajes, whose son
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munity Council that regis-
tration for mini-courses was
scheduled for Wednesday,
the day of the. first Seder of
Passover. The council in-
formed the school principal
of the problem and within
hours an announcement
was made over the school's
public address system re-
scheduling the mini-course
registration.
The council annually
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