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April 10, 1987 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-10

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Reform

Continued from Page 7

Temple Emanu-El (341),
Temple Kol Ami (109), and
Temple Beth Jacob (37). Con-
tinuing to operate separate
afternoon and Sunday pro-
grams, as well as a day
school, is one of the options
being considered.
A new school would be the
fourth Jewish day school in
metropolitan Detroit. Those
currently operating include
one Conservative school,
Hillel, and the Orthodox
schools: Akiva, the Lubavitch
school and Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah. A total of 1,060
students attend these schools
in the elementary grades.
Hillel has the largest
enrollment with 453 stu-
dents, including some chil-
dren of Reform families.
"There are many Reform
Jews who are already in-
volved in day school educa-
tion, including myself," em-
phasized Rabbi Harold Loss
of Temple Israel. "Two of my
children are at Hillel. I send
them to a day school because
I believe it's a way to provide
a greater concentration of
high-quality Jewish educa-
tion and at the same time not

in any way lose anything
that comes with a high-
quality secular education."
According to Rabbi Loss,
"over 30 youngsters from
Temple Israel are at Hillel
right now, so the concept of
day school education is not
really that foreign to us. And
the fact is that Hillel has
been very supportive of our
initial investigzaion of the
day school possibility."

-Reform leaders point to the
fact that Reform day schools
have been established suc-
cessfully in other cities.
Goldman said that his com-
mittee plans to look closely at
established Reform day
schools, including those in
Los Angeles and Toronto.

Most Reform day schools in
this country are operated by
individual congregations
rather than as community
schools. However, the Leo
Baeck School, founded in To-
ronto in 1974, is a commu-
nity school sponsored by five
Reform congregations. Its
current enrollment for junior
kindergarten through grade 8
is 483.

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Continued from Page 7

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Friday, April 10, 1987

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Borman's reaction since he
has supervised competing
brands in spite of his associa-
tion with Borman. "When I
started in 1967, I only had
(Borman's) Wesley's Ice
Cream. Now I supervise 12
ice cream companies, includ-
ing some others that Farmer
Jack carries."
Paul Borman declined to
comment on the situation.
Spokesmen for the Council
of Orthodox Rabbis, however,
said they began the
changeover in kashrut super-
vision a month ago, checking

the kashrut of the ingre-
dients used by Farm Maid,
Wesley and their suppliers.
So far, they have found no
ingredients that do. not con-
form to their standards.
The rabbis said that 120
Farm Maid and Wesley prod-
ucts are certified kosher, but
only seven are certified
kosher for Passover — Farm
Maid cottage cheese, sour
cream, orange juice,
grapefruit juice, and Choloy
Yisrael milk, and Wesley's
chocolate and vanilla ice
cream.

Chasidim Meet The President

New York (JTA) — Lead-
ers of a chasidic community
in Brooklyn, who met with
President Reagan at the
White House, said the
President pledged that the
United States will continue
to welcome Jewish immig-
rants from the Soviet Union
and extend refugee status to
them.
According to Rabbi Zvi
Kestenbaum who participated
in the meeting last week, Re-
agan was responding to
Rabbi Hertz Frankel who, in
a message on behalf of the
Grand Rabbi of Satmar, said
the Jewish community was
grateful to the President for
"reaffirming the basic human
rights of Jewish immigrants

to be given a free choice to
settle in the country of their
desire when leaving the
Soviet Union."

France Prevents
El Al Bombing

Paris (JTA) — French
counter-intelligence last week
arrested a group of eight men
believed to be terrorists plan-
ning to blow up EL AL and
TWA commercial airlines.
The police refused to pinpoint
the date of the arrests and
said that one of the group was
a Lebanese, another a French-
man known for his pro-Pal-
estinian leanings:

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