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September 03, 1976 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday September 3, 1976 17



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While Metropolitan Detroit has a Jewish population of 25,000 families, 50% of them

are not affiliated with any of the existing congregations: This is a disturbing condition

considering that inevitably there occur situations in the life of every Jew when the services of

the synagogues and their rabbis are needed and received.

ReCilizing the problem posed by the large proportion of unaffiliated families, the

Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Congregations have formed the Synagogue Council of

Greater Detroit to alert the Jews of Metropolitan Detroit to the necessity for every family to
rally to a synagogue of its choice.

The synagogue is the sacred center of Jewish existence. It insures the survival of our

people, for in it our Torah is taught and our moral tradition is cultivated. In America

particularly, it is the primary institution which gives meaning to our Jewish identity.

Therefore we call upon every Jewish family in the Detroit area to become a member of a

synagogue. Every synagogoue expects its members to assume their fair portion of the cost of
operation, but no family will be turned away from synagogue membership
because of
financial limitation.

EVERY JEWISH FAMILY IS WELCOME TO A SYNAGOGUE HOME

.

The Members of the Synagogue Council of Greater Detroit Urge You to

JOIN YOUR HOME NOW

TEMPLE BETH JACOB

Rabbi Jeffrey L. Balker

ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

Rabbi Seymour Rosenbloom

Norman Allan, President

CONGREGATION BETH, ACHIM

Rabbi Milton Arm

Allan Silverman, President

CONGREGATION BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL

Rabbi Israel I. Halpern

•Rabbi Richard C. Hertz

Rabbi Donne! I. Schwartz
David Page, President

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE

Rabbi Noah M. Gamze

CONGREGATION BETH MOSES

Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper

Ben Kinzer, President

Murray A. Rubin, President

CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID

Gustav Barenholtz, President

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

Rabbi Moses Lehrman

Rabbi Stanley M. Rosenbaum
Jack Kutnick, President

George Bass, President

TEMPLE, EMANU-EL

Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum
Rabbi Irwin A. Tannenbaum
Mrs. Robert Rosen, President

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

Rabbi David A. Nelson

Irwin Klar, President

TEMPLE BETH EL

Dr. H. L. Bienenfeld, President

TEMPLE ISRAEL

Rabbi Leon From

Rabbi Harold S. Loss

Irving J. Rosenthal, President

LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGATION

Rabbi Martin D. Gordon

Jacob Berkowitz, President

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

Rabbi Irwin Groner

Harold Berry, President

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