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August 26, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Farming Exhibit at Fair

CLEVELAND (.ITA)—A Community Federation of
Cleveland and manned by
display highlighting three
Israeli scouts. the exhibit is
examples of Israeli farming
designed to present an as-
innovations is one of the ex-
hibits at the 1977 Ohio State
pect cif Israel often over-
Fair. which closes Sunday.
looked in the context of po-
litical and military devel-
opments.
Sponsored by the .Jewish

For Inspirational Services in the
Highest Tradition for the

HIGH HOLY DAYS

CONDUCTED BY

RABBI SAMUEL PRERO
and CANTOR DAVID GREENBAUM

YOUNG ISRAEL OF SOUTHFIELD

Stevenson Elementary School

111/2 Mile & Lahser
For Information & Tickets please call

355-1090 or 356-3622

121 111

41

CONGREGATION
BETH SHALOM
Religious School

We are the only conservative
synagogue in the metropolitan
Detroit area with its own religious
school, grades K-12. Our
purpose is to turn kids on to
Judaism. We invite you to enroll
your child in our afternoon
program. You need not be a
member of Beth Shalom to enroll
your child, but members enjoy
- additional savings on religious
school tuition.
CALL 547-7970 for more information .

MIMI

West Bloomfield OKs Temple
Plan to Move to Suburban Site

Unanimous approval of a
site plan to build a new fa-
cility on Walnut Lake Road.
a mile north of the .Jewish
Community Center. was
granted Temple Israel this
week by the West
Bloomfield Township
Board.
The action followed on
the heels of a unanimous
recommendation for approv-
al by the community's plan-
ning commission. and
ended a four-year effort by
the congregation to build at
that location.
On four separate occa-
sions, Temple Israel had
been turned down by the
planning commission, and
last year resorted to the
courts in its struggle to
erect a new facility in the
township.
The court ruled that a
building permit must be is-
sued to Temple Israel.
In the intervening time.
however. a new plan was
drawn by architect Peter
Tara-pata. and this new
plan has been approved and
will be constructed on a 23-
acre site.

Temple Israel. chartered
as the second Reform con-
gregation in the Detroit
area in 1941. has grown to
he the largest Reform
temple in Michigan with a
membership of nearly 1.600
families.

The congregation has
been in its present location
on Manderson Road since
1950. The opening of the
new facility is expected by
the High Holy Days of 1979.
Cost of construction of
the new facility is budgeted
at $5 million. The 75.000
square foot building has
been cut from the originally
submitted plan by almost
20.000 square feet.
The new building will in-
elude a 1.000-seat sanc-
tuary. 600-seat school audito-
rium and theater. social
hall accommodating 500 for
dinner. a classroom and
nursery facility. youth
room. chapel seating 200. a
library-multi media center
and administrative offices.

In announcing that fund-
raising for the project will
begin shortly after the High

...'"'"4 4',,, , :ekw.• • •••••••• •

AMMMMEM

Pictured above is an artist's rendering of the proposed
structure for Temple Israel's new home in West
Bloomfield Township. slated to be finished in time for the
High Holy Days in 1979.

4 1

CONGREGATION
BETH SHALOM
Synagogue Membership

Our synagogue is here whenever
you need it. For simchas and
sorrows. We're here for you and
your children. Activities include
religious education, youth and
adult social groups. We ask you
to visit with us and share the
experience of attending Beth
Shalom. Special rates are
available for families under age 36.
Also, reduced fees are
enjoyed by members for religious
school. Family dues entitle you to
two High Holiday seats.

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CONGREGATION
BETH SHALOM
High Holiday Tickets

A limited number of High Holiday
tickets are still available. Those
purchasing seats may apply the
purchase price towards
membership fees. Please contact
the office for further information.

mor.
1...1.

Congregation Beth Shalom
14601 W. Lincoln Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237
or call (313) 547-7970

L

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Activities
in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Emil Spil-
man have returned from
Los Angeles. Calif.. where
they attended the 52nd an-
nual convention of Ameri-
can Mizrachi Women. Mrs.
Spilman was elected a mem-
ber of the national board
and liaison officer to the
Michigan Region.

..,,,m,m,

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
(Shirley) Please. former De-
troiters of Miami Beach.
Fla.. are in Detroit visiting
their children. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred (Barbara) Gar-
finkel and Mr. and Mrs. Sid,-
ney (Marilyn ) Frumkin. •

Cantor to Conduct
Services for Aged

Cantor David Guttman
will conduct services for
the High Holidays at the
Jewish Home for Aged.
Over the past two years
Cantor Guttman has con-
ducted both High Holiday
and Passover services at
the home.

An. Instant Hit

Put Maxim—the coffee
mavvin's coffee—at the
head of your holiday mar-
keting list. because Maxim
is instant coffee that tastes
fresh perked.

Holy Day season. Leslie R.
Schmier. temple president.
said that two-fifths of the
goal has already been
achieved in cash and
pledges.

Friday, August 26, 1977 25

DISTINCTIVE
Lighting &
Accessories

limited editions of

mel rycus

4200 Orchard Lk. Rd.
Orchard Lake 682-7255

N. N.

CONGREGATION SHOMER ISRAEL

Is Pleased to Announce That It will Conduct

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Former United Hebrew Schools Building

18955

SCHAEFER ROAD

Singles—$15.00—Couples—$25.00

Tickets Are Available at

Braverman's Kosher Meat Market

13500 W.7 Mile Rd.
or Abe M. Fergal, 18960 Snowden

TEMPLE EMANU-EL

SMALL enough to be FRIENDLY

BIG enough for
EFFECTIVE PROGRAMING

We have our own

HEBREW SCHOOL
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
SISTERHOOD, BROTHERHOOD
COUPLES CLUB, YOUTH GROUPS
YOUNG MARRIEDS
YOUTH AND ADULT CHOIRS

Join us for our OPEN HOUSE Friday, Au-

Book Review Set

gust 26th, at 8:00 P.M. and SEE FOR
YOURSELF.

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
review - Your Ticket Is No
Longer Valid - by Romain
Gary 8!:30 P.m. Monday in
the Birmingham Temple.
There is a charge. and the
public is invited.

Dr. Milton Rosenbaum, Rabbi
Temple Emanu-El
Lane Steinger, Assoc. Rabbi
14450 W. Ten Mile Road
Norman Rose, Cantor-Educator Oak Park, Michigan
Dr. Stuart Falk, President
Tel: 967-4020

Enroll your children now in the area's fastest growing

INDEPENDENT CONGREGATIONAL
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

Kindergarten thru High School

CONGREGATION BETH ABRAHAM—HILLEL

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

— Nursery Program
— Sunday 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
students 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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