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December 10, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-10

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26 Friday, December 10, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Temple That Shares Building With Church to Add Classrooms

Cong. B'Nai David Mens Club

will hold a

Hanuka Dance and Program

Sat., Dec. 18, 8:00 P.M. til ?

in the Rotenberg Hall

Dancing

to the Swinging 50's tunes of Frank Venice and his
Orchestra.
Traditional Hanuka refreshments
will be served.
$3.50 per person.

Temple Beth Emeth,
the Reform Jewish con-
gregation in Ann Arbor
which shares a building
with St. Clare's Episcopal
Church, has begun a
fund-raising campaign
for a new classroom addi-
tion.

Tickets available at the door or
call 557-8210, 557-9033, 398-5063

TUTORING

Children & Adults
Bar Mitzva — Hebrew and
Jewish Subjects
BY A CERTIFIED and
experienced teacher

557-9036

Included in the struc- brary, faculty lounge, gift
In December 1974 the
two congregations voted ture are five basic shop, and kitchen
to form a new entity, classrooms, a multi- facilities for the existing
Genesis of Ann Arbor, purpose classroom, li- social hall.
which owns the existing
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
building at 2309 Packard.
There is a chance — We covered their windows
The building is jointly
WHY NOT YOURS
owned, but leaders of
both congregations stress
HURTIG WINDOW INTERIORS
that the ownership does
Presents Contemporary Modes In Window Treatments
not involve regular joint
worship or a theological
Verticals
Woven Woods
Swedish Blinds
merger.
Gruber — Louverdrape
= Beauti-Vue/Royalcres
"The drive for an addi-
Levolor-Flexalum
Weavers Domain
tion to the Genesis struc-
DRAPES — SHADES
ture, which Beth Emeth
will build, is directed to-
For Free Estimate Call
ward a goal of $200,000,"
reported -Arnold H.
559-8209
Spellman, chairman of
the campaii steering
committee. "That figure
is what we anticipate the
construction cost will be."
Rabbi Ralph Meeklen-
- burger of Beth Emeth
pointed out that the addi-
tion will be used by the re-
ligious schools of both
congregations.
Gilbert S. Small, presi-
dent of Beth Emeth, said
that the classroom addi-
tion was planned as part
of the temple's contribu-
tion to joint ownership of
the building at the time of -
the merger. St. Clare's
congregation had built
the light brick structure
in 1969, and Beth Emeth
took over the unpaid bal-
ance of the mortgage as a
condition of forming
,
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Genesis.
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Alfredo Montalvo, a
44 4'4'
member of St. Clare's and
an assistant professor of
4 # . ° 1 A
art at the University of
fA•
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Michigan, designed the
new addition as his con-
tribution to the project.
No. CNO20—$225.00.
No. CNO12—$225.00.
Ultra-thin, yellow top/
Ultra-thin, yellow top/
Ground breaking for the
stainless
steel
back.
white
stainless
steel back, white
building is scheduled for
dial with Roman numerals,
dial with Roman numerals.
early April and the build-
sapphire-like stone set
sapphire-like stone set
ing is expected to be com-
in crown, HARDLEX
in crown, HARDLEX
mar-resist crystal. strap.
mar-resist crystal, strap.
pleted by next fall.

SAVE 25%

TWC5MORE GOOD REASONS
TO THINK SEIKO.

THE JEWISH
WELFARE FEDERATION

announces the
28th annual

PRE-CAMPAIGN
BUDGET CONFERENCE

To formulate
our community's response
to beneficiaries
of the 1977 AJC-IEF

The conference initiates the process of distribution of funds to over-
seas, national and local programs which are beneficiaries of the
Allied Jewish Campaign/Israel Emergency Fund.

Hanuka
Readings

Wednesday, December 15, 1976
8 p.m.
Jewish Community Center
6600 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield

The Torah portions
read on Hanuka are from
Numbers 7:1-8:4 because
that section deals with
the dedication of the
Tabernacle, the desert
sanctuary, and the kindl-
ing of the golden can-
delabra in the shrine dur-
ing the Sinai wanderings.

For reservations call 965-3939



FINE JEWELRY
233 Hamilton

Birmingham ( Near Crowley's)

HOLIDAY GREETINGS

Audette Cadillac, Inc.

7100 Orchard Lake Road

West Bloomfield



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