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September 08, 1989 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-08

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STEVEN M. HARTZ

Special to The Jewish News

eshivath Beth Yehu-
dah's board of direc-
tors met with its ad-
ministration Tuesday night,
and according to both Fred
Goldenberg, the teachers'
negotiator, and Rabbi E.B.
Freedman, Beth Yehudah's
administrative director, con-
tract talks may be completed
as early as today.
"The teachers were in
school Tuesday and in the
classrooms Wednesday for the
first day of school, working
under the old contract,"
Goldenberg said. "We're not
too far apart. I expect that
when we get back together
toward the end of this week,
we will come up with an ac-
ceptable contract for both
sides."
The two sides agreed that,
although there has been no
contract settlement, the open-
ing of school would not be in-
terrupted. Freedman and
Goldenberg said Wednesday
morning, "School is starting,

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and things look promising on
getting together."
Class also began this week
at both Akiva Hebrew Day
School (K-12) and Hillel Day
School (K-8). Rabbi Zev
Shimansky, headmaster at
Akiva Hebrew Day School, a
non-union institution where
each teacher has his own con-
tract, said classes ran
smoothly Tuesday.
Hillel Day School Principal
Rochelle Iczkovitz also
reported Wednesday's first
day of school went "wonder-
fully." Hillel teachers are in
the second year of a two-year
contract.
According to Janet Pont,
director of nursery school at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
the synagogue's Southfield
and West Bloomfield nursery
schools began this week with
no problems. Hebrew school,
under the direction of Rabbi
C. Diamond, also began this
week. Both nursery and
Hebrew school teachers are
working under a multi-year
contract that expires at the
end of August 1990.0

Detroiter Volunteers
With JSC In Morocco

MICHELLE COHEN

Special to The Jewish News

9.9%

1600 miles, like new

'88 EAGLE PREMIER ES 4 DR

Negotiations, Classes
Continue At Schools

A young Detroiter will
spend the next 10 months in
Morocco as a Jewish Service
Corps Volunteer for the
American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee
(JDC).
Lesley Miller, 24, will work
in the JDC-sponsored Home
for the Aged in Casablanca
where she will design and im-
plement social projects.
JDC, the overseas arm of
the American Jewish com-
munity, is celebrating its 75th
year of service, sponsoring
programs of relief, rescue,
rehabilitation and Jewish
education. JDC receives its
funding from the United
Jewish Appeal, which in turn
gets support from campaigns
in 639 American com-
munities, including Detroit.
"I think it's going to be a
challenge," Miller said of her
new volunteer position. "The
people in the Casablanca
home are well taken care of.
The staff emphasizes a clean
and healthy environment for
the people. Of course this is
important, but it's also impor-
tant to keep the residents'
minds and bodies busy

through exercise and other
activities. I want to get the
residents active."
One of Miller's ideas is to
encourage the residents to
begin cooking again. If the
residents participate, Miller
hopes to put together a
cookbook.
She also will help develop
community social programs

Lesley Miller will
work In the JDC-
sponsored Home
for the Aged in
Casablanca,

for women, children and the
poor.
A graduate of Vassar Col-
lege with a degree in history,
Miller has traveled extensive-
ly. Most recently, she spent
five months working for the
U.S. Agency for International
Development (AID) as a con-
sultant in Tunisia.

"I'm looking forward to the
new challenges JDC is going
to present to me and the
social and cultural interac-
tion I will devleop with the
Moroccan Jewish communi-
ty," Miller said. 0

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