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April 01, 1988 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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1SYNAGOGUES I

TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS:

HAVE A HAPPY PASSOVER

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Your child deserves an individually-oriented program that
provides a loving environment, with a perfect blend of the secular
and Conservative Judaic traditions. Half-day and full-day programs
with lunch options are available. Affordable tuition rates, with
substantial member discounts.

B'NAI MOSHE MEMBER RATES

10 MONTHS - 3 FULL DAYS PER WEEK - $700
10 MONTHS - 2 FULL DAYS PER WEEK - $375
10 MONTHS - 3 HALF DAYS PER WEEK - $100

Our recently redecorated facilities are filled with new toys
and equipment.
For more information call Robin Sack Meyerowitz, School
Director. 557-5667 or 548-9000.

B'NAI MOSHE NURSERY SCHOOL

Now accepting applications for September enrollment.

Congregation B'nai Moshe
14390 W. Ten Mile Road, Oak Park, MI 48237

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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1988

Judaism Institute
At Temple Israel

Sonia Syme

sion on Jewish Education for
the Reform movement.
Workshops with Rabbi M.
Robert Syme, Rabbi Harold
Loss and Rabbi Paul Yedwab
of Temple Israel will precede
and follow the keynote
address.
The coordinator of the event
is Sonia Syme, director of
sisterhood's department of
religion and education. Carol
Cooper, past sisterhood presi-
dent, is chairman of the
event. She is being assisted by
Sara Hoffman, sisterhood
president; Adrienne Milin,
immediate past president,
and Judy Kroot.

B'nai Moshe
Names Officers

Rabbi Daniel Syme

The Institute on Judaism,
sponsored by the Temple
Israel Sisterhood, will be held
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. April 13.
Representatives from 20
Oakland County school
districts have been invited to
attend the all-day event,
which helps build undertand-
ng between educators and
their Jewish students.
The program will begin
with displays of ceremonial
objects significant to Jewish
holidays and holy days.
Following a complimentary
luncheon, Rabbi Daniel Syme
will deliver the keynote ad-
dress on "Jewish Values for
Thachers of Every Faith."
Rabbi Syme is vice president
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations,
whose 800 congregations
comprise the Reform move-
ment in Canada and the
United States.
Rabbi Sy-rne was ordained
in 1972 at the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in Cincinnati, and
holds a Ph.D. degree in educa-
tion from Columbia Universi-
ty Thachers College. He has
written or co-written 19 books
on Jewish subjects. Rabbi
Syme has served as national
director of education for the
UAHC and for the commis-

Robert P. Roth was re-
elected president of Cong.
B'nai Moshe at its annual
membership meeting. Of-
ficers elected to serve with
him are Sharlene Ungar, Dr.
Edward Klarman and Milton
Resnick, vice presidents;
Leonard Grey, treasurer; Ira
Harris and Rena Tobes,
secretaries.
Lena Lazarus and Dr. Marc
Borovoy are new members of
the board of directors for
three-year terms. Re-elected
for three-year terms are Dr. 0.
William Brown, Dennis
Deutsch, Dr. Margaret
Eichner, Dr. Melvyn Fried-
man, Alexander Greenberger,
Ira Lutzky, Geraldine Paster-
nak, I. William Sherr and
Simon Singer.
Officers and directors will
be installed by Rabbi Allan
Meyerowitz during Shabbat
services on April 9.

Tickton Cited
At Service

A kiddush reception honor-
ing Prof. Jason Tickton will
follow the Yizkor service at
Temple Beth El at 10:30 a.m.
April 8. Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz will speak at the ser-
vice on "Keeping Our
Memories Alive"
Tickton has been music
director and organist at the
temple for 54 years. He has
been a faculty member at
Wayne State University for
47 years. He has lectured for
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra for five years and is
the composer of liturgical
music which has been per-
formed in more than 40
temples in the U.S., Canada,
Europe and Israel.

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