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April 08, 1988 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-08

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bi Samson Raphael Hirsch
(1808-1888) held numerous
rabbinical positions in Ger-
many. He also attained
secular training at the
University of Bonn.
The Hirsch Haggadah is
among the milestones in the
literary achievements of the
distinguished scholar and it
is noteworthy that it is
dedicated to the haggadah's
publisher, Philipp Feldheim,
by his children.
The importance of the
Hirsch text is that, in addi-
tion to the voluminous com-
mentaries, Rabbi Hirsch gave
an account of the rabbis of
yore who activated the hag-
gadah in the seder disputa-
tions. Then there are the
numerous appended sources
which provide a basis for
study as well as celebration at
the sedorim. Therefore the
special value in the
voluminous century-old hag-
gadah and its commentator.

Sam Cohodas:
Idol Of The U.P.

Sam Cohodas was literally
idolized in the Upper
He never abandoned the
area that became his home
and his life's devotion. It was
in the area surrounding Mar-
quette, where he bowed to
academia of Northern
Michigan University, , and
Ishpening and surroundings,
where he became the Produce
King of several states and the

inspiration to farmers,
miners, industrialists, bank-
ing experts.
In his Jewish devotions he
became the symbol for
spiritual encouragement to
whoever settled there, to
children who needed school-
ing, to worshippers who need-
ed a synagogue.
And he always rose above
partisanship: he was the
ecumenist par excellence. He
could never be accused of pre-
judice or discrimination.
Politically, however, he was
the loyal Republican. He was
admired by people like Gover-
nor William Milliken. When
there was need to aid Israel
by means of supporting Israel
Bonds, Governor Milliken
and Sam Cohodas stood side
by side at an important func-
tion in Detroit.
He had a great concern for
every cause that helped
children. When he heard
about JARC — Jewish
Association for Retarded
Citizens — he promptly
became the supporter of the
Detroit-based movement.
When he learned that
scholarships were being
assigned to young collegiates
in Detroit to study in Israel,
he was generous to such

Recollections about his
generosity can be anticipated
by the thousands Americans,
Israelis and peoples of all
faiths. Therefore, this addi-
tional tribute to a man im-
bued with charm, devotion
and scores of inspirations.


FAS Silverman Village
Receives Skillman Grant

The Fresh" Air Society has
received a $40,000 grant from
the Skillman Foundation ear-
marked for its Silverman
Village program for emo-
tionally impaired children at
Camp Maas in northern
Oakland County.
Silverman Village is a
25-day residential camping
program designed for
children six-12 years old with
mild to moderate behavior
The campers participate in
all the usual camp activities:
swimming, canoeing, sailing,
horseback riding, cookouts,
nature appreciation, sports
and camping trips. A learn-
ing center provides filmstrips,
movies, cooking activities,
and newspaper writing to en-
courage the use of language,
reading, math and problem
solving skills.
Silverman Village accepts

about 35 boys and girls to
each of its two 25-day ses-
Dr. Barbara Vedder, a
special education consultant
with Wayne County In-
termediate School District,
has directed the program
since 1976.
Parents or other profes-
sionals who are involved with
a child may make a referral to
Silverman Village. First ses-
sion begins June 23, and se-
cond session July 21. Scholar-
ships are available. For ap-
plication, contact the Fresh
Air Society, 661-0600.

Receives Grant

Dr. Shulamith Schlick, pro-
fessor of chemistry at the
University of Detroit, has
been awarded a three-year,
$211,000 grant by the Na-
tional Science Foundation.

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