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June 02, 1989 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-02

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!SYNAGOGUES

Meet the new kid
on the block
Yavneh
Academy

Temple Installs
Board, Officers

The Reform Jewish Day School

OPEN HOUSE

Monday, June 12, 1989
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Special children's activities and refreshments

Classes begin with Kindergarten and First Grade
and will grow one grade each year.

Call now! 661-1000, ext. 275

6600 West Maple Road it; West Bloomfield
Maple-Drake JCC
Yax neh AcademN admits students of any race, color. national or ethnic origin.

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Call Steve Fagin

569-5900i

The Birmingham Temple
will present Leadership Day
8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi Sher-
win Wine will speak on "The
Movement: Humanistic
Judaism in the 1990s." Past
presidents will be honored
and the following officers and
board of trustees will be
installed:
President, Joseph Gadon;
first vice president, Sharon
Klein; second vice president,
Bob Roether; treasurer, Eli
Master; and secretary, Marty
Burnstein.
Newly elected to the tem-
ple's board of trustees are:
Audrey Kron, Esther Litt-
mann, Robert Pollack, Skip
Siegel, Gerald Weinberg and
Connie Wolberg.
Re-elected to the board
were Michael Beltzman,
James Jacobs and Goldie
Tremblay. Continuing are
Daniel Ernst, John Gardon,
Linda Goudsmit, Elaine Ka-
mienny, Jan Monson-Foon,
Florentina Rimai and John
Zimmer.

Synagogue
Names Officers

The Downtown Synagogue
recently installed its new of-
ficers. They are president,
Brian Schiff; vice presidents,
Joseph Weiss, Alfred
Berkowitz; secretary, Sheilah
Goldberg; and treasurer, Ber-
nard Gottfried.
Members of the board of
directors are A. Arnold Agree,
George Agree, Richard Agree,
George Bass, Wilbert Blake,
Donald Canvasser, Charles
Fink, Nathan Kaufman, Ray
Litt, Norman Newman, Ethel
Palman, Allen Rosenfeld,
Sanford Rosenthal and Paul
Unatin.
A presentation was made to
the outgoing president, San-
ford Rosenthal.

Beth Shalom
Registration

Congregation Beth Shalom
Religious School is accepting
registration for the 1989-1990
school year. Beth Shalom is
an independent Conservative
religious school offering a
variety of activities for youth
in kindergarten through 7th
grade. Classes are held Mon-
day and Wednesday at Avery
School in Oak Park or at the
Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield on Tuesday
and Thursday. All classes
meet at Avery on Sunday. In
addition, Bar/Bat Mitzvah
programs and training are
available.

I

Educational Director is
Cyril C. Servetter. For infor-
mation or to register, call the
school office, 547-7972.

Avadenka
Dedication

Congregation B'nai Israel
of West Bloomfield will of-
ficially dedicate its new
Frances Avadenka Educa-
tional Facility 10 a.m June
25. During the ceremony, the
congregation will formally af-
fix the mezuzah.

I LOCAL NEWS(

Two Detroiters
At Conference

New York — Albert Ascher
of the Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice and Community Work-
shop in Detroit and Professor
Armand Lauffer of the
University of Michigan will
attend the Fifth World Con-
ference of Jewish Communal
Service in July.
Professionals from the
Soviet Union, Bulgaria and
Romania will join Jewish col-
leagues from throughout the
world at the conference in
Jerusalem.

Ethiopian Jews
Hillel Subject

The board of governors of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dations of Metropolitan
Detroit will hold its final open
board meeting of the
1988-1989 year on Monday at
7:30 p.m. in the Laurel Woods
Apts. club house.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
David A. Loeffler, who will
speak on "The Jews Moses
Left Behind," an account of
the current situation of the
Jews waiting in Ethiopia to
be reunited with their family
members now in Israel.
Dr. Loeffler and his wife,
Sandy, have been activists in
the cause of the rescue and
resettlement of Ethiopian
Jews since 1981 and are in-
volved with the American
Association of Ethiopian Jews
and the North American Con-
ference on Ethiopian Jewry.
While residing in Ithaca,
N.Y., Dr. Loeffler chaired the
United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign and helped to raise
funds for the rescue of Ethio-
pian Jews during the time of
Operation Moses. In 1985, he
was in Ethiopia on a medical
and fact-finding mission. He
is a member of the Subcom-
mittee for Oppressed Jews of
the International Concerns
Committee of the Jewish
Community Council.

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