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August 31, 1979 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-31

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24 Friday, August 31, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroit's Support Asked for Scholarships
for Bar-Ilan University Students in Israel

HIGH HOLIDAY
SERVICES

"from the heart"

led by

RABBI Y.M. KAGAN

BAIS CHABAD

Of Farmington Hills
28555 Middlebelt
Farmington Hills
information call

626-3194 or 548-2666

Mrs. Jane Stern, vice
chairman of the global
board of trustees of Bar-Ilan
University in Israel,
president of the American
board of overseers of the
university and national
chairman of the Women's
Division of the Israel Bond

YOUNG ISRAEL OF SOUTHFIELD

is pleased to announce
That Seats Are Available For

.

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Organization, in a stirring
address to more than 80
local supporters of the uni-
versity, outlined the cur-
rent needs in Israel and
made a strong plea for Bar-
Ilan's support, at a parlor
meeting Aug. 22 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Stollman.
Mrs. Stern spoke at
length about Bar-Ilan's ur-
gent need for additional
scholarship funds. "If Is-
raelis are, forced to forego
academic training for lack
of funding," she said, "Is-
rael's superiority in skilled
manpower will diminish."
; She discussed plans for
a new business adminis-
tration building to house
Israel's only under-
graduate program in this

IN THE

NEW SYNAGOGUE BUILDING

27705 Lahser Rd. (bet. 11 & 12 Mile Rds.)

For Reservations Call

355-1090

Evenings

DR. LEON FILL

RABBI YITZCHAK KALISH

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Flatt

cordially invite you to attend an evening with an Inspired Speaker

RABBI DAVID SINGER (Shlita)

Spiritual Leader of the Sphardish Sh•l of Boro Park, N.Y.

He will be speaking in behalf of
The Kollel Ohel Yosef Amshinov
and the Rosh Hayeshiva

RABBI YITZCHAK KALISH (Shlita)

A most worthy institution in America.

TIME: Wednesday, September 12, 1979

8:00 p.m.

Committee Members: Rabbi Leib Bakst, Mr. Harry Blintz, Mr. Jack Carman,
Mr. Morris Flatt, Rabbi James Gordon, Rabbi Chaskel Grubner, Rabbi Leizer
Levin, Rabbi David Lieberman, Rabbi Samuel H. Prero, Rabbi Joshua Sperka,
Rabbi Feivel Wagner, Rabbi Shaiall Zacharish

PLUMBING

A flush beats a full house

967-3343

170

sabbath calls

CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL

OF PONTIAC - WEST BLOOMFIELD
(CONSERVATIVE)

- announces -

10r.

PHILLIP STOLLMAN

academic area. She gave
a number of personal in-
sights about Bar-Ilan's
students,, faculty, staff
and supporters.

Joining with Mrs. Stern
in outlining the Bar-Ilan
University needs, Dr. Leon
Fill, a member of the uni-
versity's board of overseers,
and Phillip Stollman, global
chairman of the unversity
board, added their urgent
pleas for local support at a
time when Israeli govern-
ment subsidies must be re-
duced due to the economic
difficulties in Israel.
Others who made pre-
sentations at the meeting,
held in advance of the De-
troit Friends of Bar-Ilan's
annual dinner Sept. 18 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, in-

A peace mission to Israel
under the auspices of the
Jewish National Fund of
America will take place
Nov. 17-27. The mission
will involve the participa-
tion of JNF leaders from
Jewish communities
throughout the United
States.
Highlights of the tour in-
clude a visit to the newly
opened Museum of the
Diaspora on the campus,of
Tel Aviv University; a full
day tour of the Negev
"Peace Salient" under con-
struction near Yamit,
where the JNF is preparing
the sites for 20 new settle-
ments along the new inter-
national border with Egypt;
and visits to the Children's
Forest at Goren, and Tefen,
a new JNF-prepared indus-
trial complex near Ma'alot,
sponsored by Hadassah.
Those interested in join-
ing the first JNF peace mis-
sion to Israel should contact
the Jewish National Fund,
27308 Southfield, South-
field, 47086, 557-6644.

PLACE: Young Israel of Greenfield

15140 W. 10 Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan

•AVE'S

cludee dinner chairmen
Robert Naftaly and Emery
Klein, and Max and Frieda
Stollman, members of the
global-board of trustees.

Peace Mission
Slated by JNF

RABBI DAVID SINGER

GOT A PROBLEM?

Marriages

Ellen Sue Robbins and
Timothy Park Butler
were married recently in
Laguna Beach, Calif. The
bride is the daughter of
Bernice Robbins of South-
field. Parents of the brideg-
room are Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Butler, also of South-
field. The couple is residing
in California.

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES

Rabbi Byron Sherwin
Cantor Israel Idelsohn

at the

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

6600 WEST MAPLE ROAD

FOR SEATING TICKETS, CALL:
681-9237 or 682-3181, EVENINGS-

MEMORIAL SERVICE!

In Memory Of The Martyrs

Shabbat Sept. 8, 1979, 10 A.M.
Congregation B'nai Moshe
14390 W. 10 Mile Rd., Oak Park

For Men, Women and Children killed by
the Nazis and Ukranian murders in mass graves .. .

14 Day of EIIuI 1942

European Cities: Sarney Ghetto, Olewsk,
Wollin, Pollesie, Dombrowitz, Bereznitz,
Rokitno, Alewsk, David-Gorodoc, Lachwa,
Stolin, Stepan & Wladimrets

Organized by survivors

Mayer and Mary Broder

24070 Oneida, Oak Park

Primary Eduation
in a Religious School
isn't what you
remember . .

It's a lot better!

• Open Classrooms

• Language Master Cards

• Tutorial Programs

• Individualized Paced Learning

At

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK
RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS

our students enjoy interesting and innovative ‘edu-
cationa programs which foster Jewish identity.
Our classes are now open to non-members.. We
are beginning a Sunday only first,grade program.

For further information call:

Dr. Gerald A. Teller

357-5544

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