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June 26, 1987 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-26

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been worse for divided spouses
than 1986.
"We had eight divided
spouses leave the Soviet Union
at the end of 1986," Braun said.
"It was at the rate of two per
month" after the Reykjavik
summit meetings between
President Ronald Reagan and
Premier Mikhail Gorbachev.
But since January 1987, only
three divided spouses have
been permitted to leave the
Soviet Union.

Shultz met with Svetlana and
other divided spouses at the
American Embassy in Moscow
in April. Shifter will be the
guest speaker at the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis dinner in
Detroit on Monday evening.
Braun said Shifter was told
that an appeal could take up to
six months to be heard. And
despite glasnost, the Soviet
government's most recent ef-
fort at internal liberalization,
Braun believes that 1987 has

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families, many of whom are
presently uncommitted to a
synagogue. "A number of peo-
ple in the area have an avid in-
terest in our presence," the rab-
bi explained.
"Our attitude is that the
synagogue is there to serve a
definite need and it's our job to
make people aware" of our,
presence, the rabbi added.
The chosen leader for the con-
gregation is Rabbi Eli Meyer
Jundef, Rabbi Zachariash's
son-in-law.
"We're still not finished with
the township because we did
not complete the drawings of
the building," Rabbi ;
Zachariash said.
"The next step will involve'
finishing the plans for iubmis-
sion to the building depart],
ment, then the hiring of a con-
tractor."
Seymour Mandell, the ar-
chitect who designed the
original synagogue and
honorary member of the con-
gregation, estimated the
building should be in the
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year. When asked to be more
specific he answered, "When
the rabbi tells me to start
building. These things are or-
dained in Heaven, not on
earth."
Plans for the synagogue were
recommended to the township
board by the planning commi-
s sion in August and were ap-
proved unanimously by the
board in October.
Orthodox
third
The
synagogue to be planned for the
area will be Young Israel of
Bloomfield. Rabbi Elimelech
Goldberg was unable to give a
definite time frame for the
opening of the synagogue.
"There are so many variables
involved," he explained.
YI-Bloomfield's 2 1/2-acre lot is
located 1/4 mile west of Farm-
ington on the south side of
Maple and "there's nothing
there yet," Rabbi Goldberg
said.
An open meeting has been
planned for July 1 at 8 p.m. at
the main Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.

Journalism

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indepefident and serious
Jewish press."
Leon Wieseltier, literary
editor of The New Republic, and
Gary Rosenblatt, editor of the
Baltimore Jewish Times and
Detroit Jewish News, will co-
chair the independent advisory
board, which will review pro-
posals and award grants. In ad-
dition, the advisory board may
assign investigative, feature, or
breaking news stories to in-
dividuals from a list of active
journalists compiled by the
board.
Rosenblatt said that "unfor-
tunately, financial constraints
have too often prevented the
American Jewish press from
fulfilling its maximum poten-
tial." He expressed confidence
that this new fund will have "a
profound and positive impact,
not only on Jewish journalism
but on Jewish life."
Wieseltier noted that
"American Jewish life is much
more interesting, and much
more complicated, than most

American Jews know." He said
the objective of the fund is "to
broaden the range, intensify
the critical edge and heighten
the literary quality of
American Jewish journalism."
Articles will be offered for
publication to some 90 member
publications of the American
Jewish Press Association in the
U.S. and Canada, and will also
be published in Israel by the
daily newspaper, Ma'ariv.
The advisory board will in-
clude: Eric Breindel, editorial
director of the New York Post;
Robert A. Cohn, editor of the St.
Louis Jewish Light and presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Press Association; Leslie Gelb,
deputy editorial page editor of
the New York Times; Marvin
Kalb, director of the Press and
Politics Center at the Kennedy
School of Government at Har-
vard University; Sam
Norich,director of the YIVO In-
stitute for Jewish Research;
William Novak, writer; Leni
Reiss, managing editor of the

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