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August 20, 1976 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Temple Beth El Will Initiate Class for Disabled Children

Temple Beth El will in- September in the religious
troduce a pilot program in school for children with

Registration Still Open
for Fall Semester



Mishkan Israel
Nursery

14000 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park, Mich.

Arts & Crafts

Music
Jewish Holidays Trips

We Give a Full Education Program Geared to
the Interest of the Individual Child

"Our Reputation has Grown
and so have WE"

Please Call the Nursery Office at

548-2666

TREASU RA ~ 1A V1

A Fabulous Sale Of

Fine Furniture-Glassware-China
Antiques-Linens-Laces-Silver
and Precious Jewelry

CRAFT SHOPS
BAKED GOODS

learning and emotional dis-
abilites, it was announced
by Rabbi Richard C. Hertz,
spiritual leader, and
Richard Strichartz, chair-
man of the Religious School
Committee.
The curriculum will con-
sist of Jewish holiday obser-
vances, ethics and values,
Israel, the synagogue and
history. Arts and crafts,
filmstrips and music will be
utilized and preparation for
Bar or Bat Mitzva will be
available.
The classes will meet on
Saturday mornings. Enroll-
ment is available to
members as well as non-
members at a nominal fee.
A screening committee will
select applicants. The ad-
ministrator of the program
will be Rabbi Jeffrey B.
Lazar, educational director.
The morning's activities
will be divided into three
parts. During the first seg-
ment Rose Werney and
Joel Marwil, will each in-
struct a class of eight
children with learning dis-
abilities. They will be
assisted by "big brothers"
and "big si"sters" in order
to provide a one-to-one
relationship.
During the second seg-
ment a Shabat service will
be led by Rabbi Lazar. The
morning's activities will
conclude with classes for
–the emotionally impaired.
This segment will be under
the clinical supervision of
Gerald L. Levin, executive
director of The Orchards

TEMPLE BETH EL

Marvin Schader has been
appointed executive director
of Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Schader has been in the
field of synagogue ad-

14 Mile at Telegraph

admission $1

Food

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Congregation Shaarit Haplaytah Is Having

with Cantor Itzhak Tatelbaum

Cantor Irvin Ernst

September 24, 25, 26, 1976

YOM KIPPUR:

October 3, 4, 1976

To be held at the

Glenn Schoenhals School

16500 Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Mich.

$20.00 per person

The High Holidays will soon be here, so make your reservations
today by calling any of the following:

Meyer Lipman
Chairman 356-5759

Abe Weberman

Ticket Chairman

Simon Schwarzberg
557-1141

Ben Fisk
533-1993

626-5224

Sol Kleinman

Ticket Co-Chairman

Sonia Popowski
557-3994

For non-members

in its Social Hall and in the La Med Auditorium
of the United Hebrew School's Rohlik Bldg.

Tickets are available at

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd.

for further information or inquiries concerning
membership and seating call the synagogue office

352-8670

. 410f
RABBI JEFFREY LAZAR

Children's Services, con-
ducted by the Detroit Sec-
tion of the National Council
of Jewish Women.
The program will consist
of two classes of eight
children each, staffed by a
teacher with a comprehen-
sive background in Jewish
education and experience in
working with children with
special needs. In addition,
each class will have two
aides trained at Silverman
Village, the summer cam-
ping program conducted by
The Orchards Children's
Services and the Fresh Air
Society.
Additional supervision
will be provided by Rabbi
Dannel I. Schwartz,
associate rabbi, and by
Lillian LeBeaux, a school
psychologist in the Bloom-
field Hills school system.
For information, call
Rabbi Lazar, 851-1100.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL

14450 West Ten Mile Road
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN

THE REFORM CONGREGATION
SERVING METROPOLITAN DETROIT

• OLD ENOUGH

Leo Halpern
353-9237 541-7450

Gedale Elbaum
LI 8-7339

Max Drew
559-4813 .

KE 5-3589

Spend your Holidays with your friends and dear ones, Remeber too, that
if ,
,.iende'd last years Services how warm and "hamish" they were.

if 0° IV Ar IV In lir' sr',

School of Jewish Communal
Studies in Los Angeles in
1970. He is on the board of
directors of the National
Association of Synagogue
Administrators and recent-
ly completed five years as
their treasurer.
Schader, his wife, Sondra,
and their children, Susan
and Stuart, will reside in
Southfield.

• • •

to have served the Jewish Community of
Metropolitan Detroit for 25 Years.

• YOUNG ENOUGH .. .

to be forward looking in education and
community awareness.

• SMALL ENOUGH

• • •

to know everyone and involve your whole
family. There are activities for all age groups
as well as those which are family centered.

LET US MEET YOU AT QUR

SHABBAT SERVICES

EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT AT 8 P.M.

CALL!! We will proudly tell you all about

TEMPLE EMANU-EL

LI 7-5015

Kindergarten thru High School

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Donation

High Holiday Services

INDEPENDENT. CONGREGATIONAL
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

SURVIVORS OF 1945



is pleased to announce
that it will conduct auxiliary

Enroll your children now in the area's fastest growing

Congregation Shaarit Haplaytah

Cantor Tatelbaum

Congregation Beth Achim

Bnai Moshe Names Director

Sun., Aug. 29, 10-6
Mon., Aug. 30, 10-4

Friday, August 20, 1976 . 19

MARVIN SCHADER

ministration for 10 years,
serving congregations in
New Jersey and Massa-
chusetts. His background is
in finance and management
with courses at the Jewish
Technological Seminary in
New York City.
Schader completed his
certification course at
Hebrew Union College-

Jewish History
Studied in Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
— A Hebrew a0 Jewish
History Chair has been ap-
proved by the Minister of
Education for the federal
university in Ouro Preto in
the state of Minas Gerais.
There are no Jews in Ouro
Preto and no Jewish
students are studying at the
university.

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CONGREGATION BETH ABRAHAM—HILLEL

5075 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield
Highly Trained and Qualified Staff for their

—Nursery Program
— Sunday School Program
— Hebrew School Program
—Judaica Seminar Program.
for Teens
—Teens and Pre-Teens
Planned Youth Activities
—Bar/Bat Mitzvah,
Graduation and
Confirmation

ISRAEL I. HALPERN,

Rabbi

All classes, Kindergarten
through the Graduation
program meet at the same
time.

—An Inter-Disciplinary
Approach to Jewish
education, where the
stun •ants get a "Total Jewish
Experience"

HARRY L. JUBAS, Ph.D. Ed.S.

Director of Education-Youth

Only a few more openings are available in

some of the classes

FOR INFORMATION AND ENROLLMENT CALL-851-6880

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