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July 03, 1981 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, July 3, 1981

Developers Buy NY Synagogue

NEW YORK — The
former Mount Neboh
Synagogue, _ ,owned by
Seventh Day Adventists
since 1978, has been pur-
chased by two developers for
$2.4 million, some $2 mil-
lion more than the church
group paid for it.

Alexander Edelman and
Emil Talel, who purchased
the valuable Manhattan
real estate, said that they
planned to build either
cooperative or con-
dominium 'apartments
on the site. Edelman said he
hoped to preserve the
synagogue's decorated
sandstone facade. He plans
to incorporate it into the
front wall of a new building
or leave it as a freestanding
wall with a courtyard or
patio in front of a building
put at the back of the lot.

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Adat Shalom Men Elect
Ronald Sherr as President

Ronald Sherr was elected
president of the men's club
of Adat Shalom Synagogue
at its recent annual election
meeting.
Elected with Sherr were:
William Bobrin, Harvey
Olson and Burton Silvers-
tein, vice presidents; Louis
Droz and Phillip York,
secretaries; and William
Farber, treasurer.
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