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July 27, 1990 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-27

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teaching the kids, but I felt
very empty, that there was
something missing. I just
didn't have a stake in it, and
then I started thinking of
rabbinical school."
Despite their differences in
background and in age, Hir-
sh and Forman are both
happy with their decisions,
and look forward to com-
pleting their studies at the
HUC New York campus. ❑

Pamela Feldman

Sheryl Katzman

Rebecca Grant

Brian Walker

North Farmington High

North Farmington High

Groves High

Sexton High

10th & 11th Grade Students

FOLLOW US FOR A
SEMESTER IN ISRAEL

Bonnie Wolfe

Walled Lake Western High

Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Cancer Fund
Receives Grants

New York (JTA) — Stars of
science, stage and screen
gathered recently to
celebrate the Israel Cancer
Research Fund awarding
over $2 million in grants to
97 Israeli scientists and doc-
tors this year.
ICRF celebrity friends
Joseph Papp, Robert Merrill
and Howard Cosell joined
Dr. Robert Gallo, the co-
discoverer of the cause of
AIDS, to mark the first time
ICRF has granted over $2
million in a single year.

Seth Jackier

Detroit Country Day

"WE HAD THE TIME OF OUR
LIVES IN JERUSALEM . . ."

Limited spots are available for students with
above average scholastic standing.

Betar Movement
Plans Branch

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Betar Youth Movement, one
of the most ardently Zionist
youth groups, has plans to
open a branch in Casablan-
ca, Morocco, in the near
future.
Such a move would follow
the expected opening shortly
of a branch in Budapest and
the already existing bran-
ches in the Soviet Union.
Details of the expansion of
Betar's activities were given
at a mid-July news con-
ference here by Herzl
Makov, chairman of the
World Executive of Betar,
which is the youth move-
ment of Herut.
Makov said Betar was also
opening another branch in a
Moslem country in the Mid-
dle East, but he did not iden-
tify it. So far, he said, the
new branches have not been
opposed by the host coun-
tries.
The opening of branches in
previously unexpected
places follows two years of
work, said Makov. Betar
now has branches in 20
cities in the Soviet Union.
"We try to give the new
wave of immigration the
blue color of Zionism," he
said.

WITH PROJECT DISCOVERY
— Spring 1991 —
Detroit High School Program in Israel

To R.S.V.P. and for further information contact:

Heather Davis

JWF-Israel Program Center
Yefet Ozery 661-5440, or
United Hebrew Schools
Ofra Fisher 354-1050

Elya Oslan

West Bloomfield High

Berkley High

INFORMATIONAL
MEETING

MONDAY, AUG. 6
8:00 P.M. —

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS

21550 W. 12 MILE
SOUTHFIELD

Rebecca Poger

Ben Karbal

Churchill High

Andover High

Alaina Falick

Groves High

Eric Shindler

Melissa Levine

Ethan Goldsmith

Amy Sonne

West Bloomfield High

North Farmington High

Berkley High

North Farmington High

In the last 40 years, the
death rate from heart
attack has dropped 34%
the death rate from con-
genital heart defects is
down 41%
and the death rate from
stroke is down 60%.
The American Heart
Association of Michigan
is 40 years old.

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