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COMMUNITY JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL OF THE UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
Challenge .. Fun .. and a Head Start on College
Choose from one of our five tracks
* Family Living Room - for families who wish to study Jewish issues
x:x Hebrew Ulpan - conversational Hebrew, Israeli literature, culture and
current events, Hebrew composition, Biblical texts
x:x Intensive Learning - Hebrew study in original rabbinic contemporary
texts, for those with strong Hebrew and Judaica background
* Teacher's Aide and Community Service - students will be linked with
an agency or school for an internship
* Creative Arts - for those seeking out the Jewish dimension in the arts
including music, dance, theatre or fine arts
.t.\ Sundays, 9 A.M. - 1 P.M. - classes for all five tracks
Sunday - only classes available
Tuesdays, 4 - 7 P.M. - including courses in modern Jewish history,
literature, Israel and the Holocaust
OPENING SESSION: Sunday, September 18
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
x:x "Dining Club" and special program following Tuesday evening
x:x Special speakers including Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai, Barbara
Spectre, Melton Center forJewish Education in the Diaspora, Philip
Spectre, Executive Director, Masorti Movement, Israel
• Trips to Jewish Toronto, Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C.
* Two Shabbat retreats at Camp Tamarack
x:x 11th, 12th grade Jewish identity weekend at U of M
• 10th, 11th graders will be eligible for a semester in Israel
Cs Scholarships for travel to Israel offered by the Woman's Auxiliary of
the United Hebrew Schools
Community Jewish High School
4.1 4,4f' A Division of United Hebrew Schools
21550 West Twelve Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48076
For further information or personal appointment,
contact Rabbi Bruce D. Aft, Principal at 354-1050
Visit Israel, The Land of Milk and Honey,
Amsterdam (JTA) — A ma-
jority of the Dutch population
opposes the release from
prison of Holland's two re-
maining Nazi war criminals.
The elderly and ailing Nazi
war criminals, Ferdinand aus
der Fuenten, 79, and Franz
Fischer, 86, both Germans,
were reported eligible for ear-
ly release because of their
But in a recent public opi-
nion poll, 56 percent of the
respondents indicated they
oppose the release of the men,
who are known as the "two of
Breda" because of their in-
carceration in Breda Prison.
Of those born after World
War II, 61 percent said they
were opposed to releasing the
men. A slim 51 percent ma-
jority of those born before the
war opposed releasing them.
Aus der Fuenten was chief
of the Nazi office responsible
for the deportation of Jews in
Amsterdam. Fischer held the
same position in the Hague.
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Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Jerusalem Religious Council
has restored kashrut cer-
tification to a youth hostel
operated by the Conservative
movement, in a move
prompted by American Or-
The rabbinate's decision
overturns a June ruling that
withdrew the 15-year-old cer-
tification of the popular
hostel. Rabbi Yehoshua
Pollak, head of kashrut super-
vision at the rabbinate, liken-
ed the hostel at the time to a
"monastery" that "destroys
the Jewish religion."
In welcoming the decision,
Rabbi Pesach Schindler, direc-
tor of the Center of Conser-
vative Judaism in Jerusalem,
said that he especially
wanted to thank American
Orthodox rabbis for their ac-
tion on behalf of the hostel.
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