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August 12, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS s Friday, August 12, 1,977 25

US. Supporters of Gush Emunim Plan 12 West Bank - Settlements

- ing to
NEW YORK (JTA)—The American Jews plann
formation of a group of create the first American
Jewish settlement in the
The ISRAELI
West Bank and plans to cre-
ate "at- least" 12 new, Jew-
ENSEMBLE
ish communities in the
We play
West Bank were announced
EVERY TYPE OF MUSIC
at a press conference spon-
sored. by Emunim, a group
Call "Gingi" Ben-Zeev
formed in the U.S. to sup-
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TEMPLE KOL. AMI

August 4,1977

_Jo Our New Neighbors:

In this paper over the years you may have read some of
our announcements about coming to West Bloomfield,
breaking ground, starting construction, etc. We made
some pretty strong statements about what we would and
would not do. We lived up to those statements in every way
and feel quite proud at having done so.

We would like to take this opportunity to tell you who we
are and what we stand for. Our Temple was founded in
1966 by seven families, and although we are still a young
and struggling congregation we are,250 families strong.
On this point of size let us pause. Our by-laws clearly state
that we may have no more than 300 families. Temple Kol
Ami very strongly feels that particularly today in an age of
too rapidly di minishingpersonal identity, that our Temple
always retain the member-to-member and Rabbi-to-mem-
ber identification and communication that we now enjoy.

Here also, it is the avowed policy of Temple Kol Ami that
we are concerned structurally with an ADEQUATE facility.
We built monuments with social action, try to instill in our
children a true understanding of Judaism thru a study of
Torah, a practice of Talmud, and with a moral commitment
to our fellow man. We hope our monuments will be those
of spirit, not of bricks and mortar. ti

A word about our Rabbi. Rabbi Ernst 'Conrad is in the
truest biblical sense a scholar and a teacher. A religious
teacher, moral teacher, ethics teacher and more to us as
congregants ... he is quite simply ... our friend.

Temple Kol Ami enjoys a good rgix of young marrieds
with no children, couples with children of all ages, and
those whose children are grown with families of their Own.
All temples have these-types of members. Temple Kol Ami
wants, needs, desires, and gets the daring and exuber-
ance of youth, the-steadfastness and dedication of those
with children and the wisdom and experience of our older
congre'gants. We all ... at all ages, are not just members
we are participants. -

- Temple Kol Ami is a liberal Reform Temple. Social
action is at the heart of Judaism and therefore Temple Kol
Ami is proud of its record. Like Avis, we're trying harder.

Do not be misled into thinking we are a grim group.
Nothing could be further from the truth. From the pulpit to
the pews, to our many parties, joy and laughter abound.
This Sunday, we're having a party. Non-members who
may wish to know more about us are welcome.

If you are one of the above . . . give us a call. We would
love to have you join us.

Temple Kol Ami
661-0040 or 41

membership Chairman
Gail Hollander 851-6573

port Jewish settlements
throughout the West Bank
area.
A spokesman for the
American group called Lev
Tzion (Heart of Zion), said
it had been started six
months ago and now includ-
es 25 adult members pre-
pared to settle in adminis-
tered areas.
Lev Tzion was described
as sponsored by the Reli-
gious Zionists of America
and co-sponsored by Emu-
nim-USA, the support group
in this country for Israel's
Gush Emunim settlement
movement.
Lev Tzion intends to
begin a settlement at Shi-
loah. Its members were de-
scribed as religiously-in-
clined and intending to in-
corporate traditional tenets
into an economic plan
based on American-style
technology and farming.
The spokesman said sev-
eral members hold docto-
rates and all have com-
pleted college. The group in-

eludes two three-month-old south of Hebron.
The spokesman said in-
infants.
Members of the Ameri- tensive recruitment was tak-
Plans for the new Jewish
can settlement group were ing place in these and other
settlements were described
listed as including both cities, as well as prelimi-
by Amnon and Daniella
single and married par_tici- nary efforts to attract candi-
Weiss who said announce-
pants from New York City,
dates in Britain, South Af-
ment of the plan had been
Detroit, Chicago
and San rica and other English-
geared to coincide with the
Francisco.
speaking countries.
current visit of Secretary oE
State Cyrus Vance to the
RIEdMAN
Middle East. The Weiss's
live at Kadum, one of three
phorogRAphy
Gush Emunim settlements
25900 Greenfield (at 101/2 mi. Landmark Bldg.'
legalized two weeks ago by
Premier Menahem Begin's
968-0808
CANDIDS--PORTRAITS—MOVIES--OUTDOOR
Cabinet. -
SETTINGS—INSTANT PASSPORT PHOTOS
Mrs. Weiss listed the pro-
posed settlements, to be es-
tablished this summer as at
Dotan, in the Sanur-Arava
region; Samaria, located
around that city; Tirzah,
near the Nablus-Damia
bridge highway; Karnei
Shomron, above the Kaki-
lyah-Nablus road; Timnath
Heres, on the Terashen
hills; Shiloh; Nebi Zalah;
Bet El; Bet Horon; Givon,
at ;an abandoned Jordanian
army camp in the Givon
foothills; Jericho; and Zif,
21550 W. 12 Mile Road -

5ANdy

AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL

Knesset Plans Deficit Budget
of IL 123.9 Billion for Israelis

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
The Knesset voted 70-34
with' one abstention in favor
of the government's IL
123.9 billion budget for the
current fiscal year. At the
request of Finance MiniAter
Simha Ehrlich it was re-
ferred to committee which
will re-submit it - to the ple-
num later for the required
final readings.
The voting was character-
ized by a sharp split be-
tween the two major opposi-
tion factions, the Labor
Alignment and the Demo-
cratic Movement for
Change. The DMC cast its
15 votes with the govern-
ment coalition.
The budget envisages an
IL 4 billion deficit despite
sharp cuts in government
expenditures, including an
IL 1.4 billion slash in the de-
fense budget. Ehrlich insist-.
ed that the army's fighting
ability would not be affect-
ed :by the cut.
He said the budget took
into account the sub-
stitution of the value added
tax (VAT) for the sales tax,
a change that he claimed
would yield double the reve-
nue this year.
Labor Alignment econo-
mist Adi Amoral criticized
the budget .for its cuts in
government construction.
He said it would cause an

Congressman Hits

INS Over Nazis

WASHINGTON (JTA )—
Testimony by Iminigration
and Naturalization Service
officials before Congress
last week over long del4ys
in court proceedings and in-
vestigations of alledged ex-
Nazis living in the U.S.
brought an exasperated re-
sponse from Rep. Harold 0.
Sawyer (R-Mich. ) :
"I've seen complicated
things, but not one 'that
goes on for 24 years. There
is more than legal com-
plication in this."
Sawyer was apparently re-
ferring to the case of for-
mer Croation Interior Min-
ister Andrija Artukovic who
has been successfully avoid-
ing deportation or extra-
dition to Yugoslavia since
1953. He is living in Califor-
nia.

economic slowdown and —
unemployment because the
construction industry is a
key factor in Israel's econo-
my and would exacerbate
the housing shortage.
But Meir Amit of the
DMC, former head of Hista-
drut's Koor Industries, sup-
ported the budget. He said
Israel's economic problems-
resulted from ,her desire to
live like Europeans and
work like Levantines.

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