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September 22, 1995 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-22

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problems at Menorah House. Temple Is-
rael unveils its high-tech media center.




Sandi Kline is hired as the JCC mar-
- keting director. With Days of Decision, the
AJCampaign hopes to reach $27 million.
Dunkin' Donuts ends kashruth supervision
ā€” at its Northwestern Highway store. Tray-
cc elers begin packing for Miracle Mission II.
Hillel Day School parents, especially
, those in Huntington Woods, Oak Park and
= Southfield, organize opposition to moving
Iā€” the school to Maple and Drake roads. A
week later, the Hillel board votes to keep
the school where it is.

council to deny re-zoning for Akiva. A mes-
sianic Jew is released from teaching at Aki-
va, B'nai Moshe and Temple Emanu-El.
Ferdinand Hammer admits to U.S. au-
thorities that he was in the Waffen SS.


Miracle Mission II and the college mis-
sion take off for Israel. A high school retreat
is sponsored at Camp Maas by the Amer-
ican Arabic and Jewish Friends.
The Jewish Community Center re-opens
the library, using part-time staff and vol-
Members of Lubavitch plan to open a
new school in the fall, Bais Menachem


The JCC implements a marketing plan.
Bruce Landgarten announces his resigna-
tion as assistant executive director. The
Midrasha sponsors its first women's study
retreat, at the Jimmy Prentis Morris JCC,
and 77 women attend. Federation tells
Darchei Torah and Akiva that the AJE
building is not for sale. AJE plans a teen
talk show on cable TV in the fall.
Jay Kogan renews his $5 million offer,
tieing it to Hillel expanding into high school
Ann Arbor Hebrew Academy may add
middle school grades. The AJE announces

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