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March 04, 1983 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, March 4, 1983

Conservative Synagogues Join. to Promote JNF Safed Project

Representatives of the
Detroit area's Conservative
synagogues met with Henry
Shor, Jewish National Fund
Executive Committee
member and chairman of
the United Synagogue of
America last week to make
plans for the promotion of

Party

CARICATURES
- ---- by -

Chuck Borshanian

535-5340

the United Synagogue Na-
tional Park at Safed, in Is-
rael's Galilee. The 500-acre
park is a joint project of the
JNF and the United
Synagogue of America, the
congregational arm of Con-
servative Judaism.
Shor described the park
as a "pilot undertaking for
the Gan" He noted that,
although the area's popula-
tion is now 70 percent Arab
and much of the land uncul-
tivated since the Roman
times, the Galilee has been
the longtime home of tal:

mudic scholars and Jewish
mystics that reflect "the
spiritual feelings of the
Conservative movement."
He said the park should
draw more Jews into this
"critical, underpopulated
area" and the_JNF has plans
for some 30 Jewish settle-
ments.
The park, a cOmbination
of the fund-raising efforts of
some 840 affiliated
synagogues in North
America, was launched in
September 1981 as a multi-
faceted study and recrea-
. ,

Efry Spectre and Alan Yost
of Adat Shalom Synagogue;
Rabbi David Nelson, Dr.
Barbra Goodman and S.
Lawrence Aronsson of
Cong. Beth Shalom; Rabbi
Lee Paskind of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek; Rabbi Stan-
ley Rosenbaum of Cong.
Bnai Moshe; Rabbi -Philip
Blachorsky and Dr. Paul
Fraiberg of Cong. Bnai Is-
rael and Rabbi Noah Gamze
of the Downtown
Synagogue.

For information, contact
the JNF, 557-6644.

HENRY SHOR

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of
Marc
Lipton
Southfield-Lathrup High
School, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Lipton of South-
field, won third place and a
scholarship of $750 over the
weekend in the John S.
Knight Debate Contest at
the Westin Hotel.
Lipton was one of 28
finalists chosen from 7,000 -
students in Michigan. The
topic of the debate was "Re-
solved: That the U.S.
Should Significantly Cur-
tail Its Arms Sales to Other
Countries." .

.

Spring Wedding for Miss Light

tion area.

_ Planned for the
grounds are synagogues,
study hall, nature trails,
play areas, a sports com-
plex, picnic sites, an
amphitheater and a
camping complex. The
park is also the location
of various groves and
gardens established by
Conservative congrega-
tions or individuals. It is
situated on the road from
Safed to Carmiel and
overlooks a canyon and
the Sea of Galilee.
Representing the Con-
servative synagogues of
metropolitan Detroit were:
Asher Tilchin, chairman of
.United Synagogue of
America's Detroit branch;
Rabbi Robert Abramson,
chairman of the Detroit
Metropolitan Council of
Conservative Rabbis; Rabbi

Lipton Is Third
in Debate Contest

Nate Light of Akron,-
Ohio, and Betty _Light of
Southfield annaunce , the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Cheryl Lynn, to Lawr-
ence Kling, son of Sidney
Kling of Oak Park- and
Laura Kling of Southfi
.„47.
Miss Light earned _a
bachelor's degree in interior

design at Wayne State Uni-
versity.
A lath April wedding is
planned.

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