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April 03, 1987 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-03

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For The



Jerry Teller

New Cars - I'rucks • (lied Cars- Leasing

Continued from Page 5


28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

' Across from Tel-12 Mall

(313) 355-1000
(313) 355.6414

Cash Back
$ 1000***

(on select new car models)

Rabbi Teller has been
superintendent of United He-
brew Sch000ls since 1979. He
came to Detroit from New
York in 1967 to become assis-
tant rabbi at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. He was• named educa-
tion director at Shaarey
Zedek two years later. His
major accomplishments at
UHS, he believes, are the ex-
pansion of the eight-hour-
per-week classes from ten
students to more than 100, •
the outreach' programs
started by Midrasha College
of Jewish studies at area
synagogues and schools, and
cooperation between UHS
and other Jewish schools.
He described the Chicago
position as "an opportunity I
couldn't pass up," especially
after the BJE "made me an
offer I couldn't refuse." Rabbi
Teller's wife, Judy, is a coun-
selor with the Jewish student
organization at Oakland
University. Teller said she

Patricia Milner

She earned a master's in
social work at the University
of Michigan and was certified
as a specialist in aging by the
U-M Institute of Gerontology.

Israel, China
Keep Silent On
Meeting At UN



29. Camaros

Jerry Teller

will be seeking a position
with a Hillel foundation or
other Jewish student organ-
ization in the-Chicago area.
Teller's predecessor' in
Chicago, Dr. Samuel. Schaf-
fler, is leaving to become the
head of the Hebrew College
in Boston.


Planner Hired

Continued from Page 5





28111 Telegraph and 12 Mile
at 1-696



10 Friday, April 3, 1987-


rest of the time — or aides to
help bathe and dress resi-
dents or make sure they are
taking medications properly.
"We will be doing an in-
tensive assessment," Mrs.
Naimark said, "to find out
what is needed. But we will
not become a home for the
aged." -
Ms. Milner is a native of
Cleveland and active in its
Jewish community. She
served on the board of its
Temple Emanu El and was
vice chairman of the . social
service division of the Jewish
Welfare Fund Campaign. She
was also active in the Na-
tional Council of Jewish


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**plus tax, title, destination, cash
alternative rebate Included 8,
bonanza cash Included.
***Includes CelebritY, Camaro,
Cavalier, Nova and Spectrum ef-
fective March' 12, 1987 thru
March 31, 1987. Dealer will
provide a cash incentive of
$1000 on Celebrity (All) and
Camaro, $750 on Cavalier and
Nova, and $500 on Spectrum
direct to the retail customer who
purchases and takes delivery of
an eligible vehicle during the
program period.


New , York (JTA) — A
spokesperson for Israel's Mis-
sion to the. United Nations
confirmed last Sunday that a
, meeting took place at the UN
between an Israeli senior of
ficial and a diplomat of the
Peoples Republic of China.
The spokesman, Eyal Arad,
said 'that the meeting be-
tween Avraham Thmir, Direc-
tor General of the Israeli
Foreign. Ministry, and Li
Luye, China's permanent
• representative to the UN, was
held within "a UN context
and not EU3 a bilateral meeting
between the two countries."
But Arad played down any
special significance. He
stressed that 'Itunir and Li,
who was President of the
Security Council in February,
held their talk within the
framework of ongoing talks
at the Security Council on the
Middle East peace process.
• No details were revealed.
Arad said he saw no direct
• connection between the UN
talks and developments at
the Asian-Jewish colloquium
in Hong Kong, where it was
revealed that hints had been
droPped by the Peoples Be
public that it would like its
academicians to study Het?
rew and Zionism at Western
Vice Prune Minister and
• Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres of Israel acknowledged
on a radio interview in
Jerusalem that Israel was
making efforts to establish
ditdom,tic relations with the
Peoples Republic.


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