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September 25, 1981 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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THE DETROIT AMISH NEWS

Sculpture A Tribute to Late
UHS Official Bernard Isaacs I

A sculpture of the late
Bernard Isaacs, first
superintendent of the
United Hebrew Schools,
will be dedicated at an aca-
demic convocation in mem-
ory of Mr. Isaacs 1 p.m. Oct.
4 at the Louis and Esther
LaMed Auditorium of the
main UHS building.
The sculpture was de-
signed by Detroit artist Ar-
thur Schneider.
Guest speaker at the con-
vocation will be Dr. Samuel
Schlafer, superintendent of
the Chicago Hebrew school
system. His topic will be
"Notes on the History of
Jewish Education in the
U.S."
Born in Lithuania, Mr.
Isaacs came to the United
_States in 1904 and pursued
studies toward a Bachelor of
Science in civil engineering.
However, his love for He-
brew and his interest in
teaching brought him to the
field of Jewish education.
Mr. Isaacs began his
career in Jewish education
-in Indianapolis, Ind. In
1919, he was called to take

BERNARD ISAACS
over the professional lead-
ership of the newly or-
ganized United Hebrew
Schools of Detroit.
He set up a highly de-
veloped school system using
the natural method of
teaching Hebrew. Under his
leadership, the UHS grew
and developed and- were
joined by several congrega-
tional schools. In 1926, the
UHS became a consitutuent
agency of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation of Detroit.
Mr. Isaacs also organized
'a Hebrew Cultural Society
in Detroit. He also de-
veloped a Hebrew literary
organ. He published stories
irr Hebrew and became a
well-known Hebrew author.
He had several volumes of
short stories published.
The public is invited to
the convocation.

Genetics Chair

JERUSALEM
The
Scheinfeld Chair for
. Human Behavior Genetics
and for Special Research is
to be established at the He-
- brew.University by the Syl-
via and Aaron Scheinfeld
Foundation of Woodstock,

Ill.

DIAMOND BAKERY

BBYO Activities

.

The annual BBYO Kic-
koff Dance will take place
8:30 43.m. Oct. 3 at
Southfield - Lathrup High
School. The dance is free to
all nationally-registered
members of AZA and BBG.
Non-registered and pro-
spective members will be
admitted at a nominal fee.
Music will be provided by
Chris O'Brien of WDRQ-
FM. The entire Jewish
youth community is invited.
The deadline for registering
members is Oct. 1.
The next meeting of the
Great Lakes BBG Council
will take place 7 p.m. Oct. 1
in the Dubin Meeting Room
of the Bnai Brith Building.
The council will decide on
its -annual fund raiser as
well as approve the criteria
for this year's Outstanding
and Most Improved Chapter
Awards. Each chapter is ex-
pected to be represented by
at least three delegates.
The BBYO Leadership
Training Institute will take
place Oct. 23-25 at Camp
Tamarack. Eve Jacobs will
lead Israeli singing during
the weekend. Applications
are available from any AZA,
or BBG chapter president or
from the BBYO office.

Arms Exports Up

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel's arms exports are
expected to total $1.25 bil-
lion this year, up from $70
million in 1976.

Friday, Sepia* 25, 1981 83

BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of the following
new advisers: Beth Morris
to Ahavah BBG, and Sha-
ron Spangenberg to Machar
BBG. Volunteer advisers
are still needed for AZA
chapters in the
Birmingham-Bloomfield •
Hills area, Farmington
Hills and Southfield. To
volunteer, call Brian Ac-
kerson at the BBYO office,
552-8260.

Detroit Area Retail Kosher
Meat Dealers Assoc.

6722 Orchard Lake Rd., South of Maple
626 2212
West Bloomfield Plaza

-

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NEW YEAR

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Angel Wings, Soup Nuts and More

These are the prices suggested by Empire & Dean Poultry. Prices at
the independent retailers listed below may vary. Some may be higher,
some ma y be lower.

The members of the Detroit Area Retail Kosher Meat Dealers Assoc.
Wish Their Many Friends and Customers

A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR

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