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June 16, 1989 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-16

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I SYNAGOGUES I

CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID

SUNDAY SCHOOL

IN WEST BLOOMFIELD

Congregation B'nai David, Michigan's largest Traditional Synagogue,
is very proud to announce the OPENING of our exciting new SUN-
DAY SCHOOL in West Bloomfield, located at the MAPLE ELEMEN-
TARY SCHOOL (15 Mile Road between Halstead and Haggerty
Classes will begin in September, 1989 and will include:

Adat Shalom
Names Cook

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will install its 1989-1990 of-
ficers and board of trustees at
services Saturday morning.
rIb serve for the coming year
are: Barbara Cook president;
Harry Maisel, first vice presi-
dent; Sanford Eichenhorn,

MISS BESSIE'S KINDERSPIEL with Bessie Levin, beloved and ac-
claimed pre-school instructor, formerly with the Jewish Center in Oak
Park. This class will enable 3 and 4 year olds to explore and share
Judaism with their parents on a weekly basis.

B'not Mitzvah
Is Planned

AND

A K/1 class for children who will be 5 or 6 during the 1989/90 school
year.

Enrollment is open to MEMBERS and NON-MEMBERS and will be
limited.

For further information contact the

C.B.D.S. SCHOOL OFFICE at 557-8210

T

he National Ramah Commission and Camp
Ramah in Canada seek a dynamic, visionary
Jewish educator with advanced training in
Judaica and education, fluency in Hebrew, demon-
strated experience in the camp setting and a personal
commitment to religious education and Conservative
Judaism. Candidates must possess good administrative,
organizational and decision-making skills, be able to
communicate effectively with adults and young people
and establish good interpersonal relations with parents,
board members and communal leaders. This is a full-
time, year-round position. Salary and benefits are com-
mensurate with education and experience. The Camp
Ramah in Canada office is located in Toronto; the camp
site is in beautiful Muskoka, Ontario.

CAMP
DIRECTOR

Starting September 1, 1989

Send resume to:
Dr. Sheldon Dorph, National Ramah Director
National Ramah Commission
3080 Broadway
New York, NY 10027-4649
(212) 678-8881

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At Very Reasonable Prices

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FINE JEWELERS

GEM/DIAMOND SPECIALIST
AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING AND EVALUATION

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1989

30400 Telegraph Road
Suite 134
Birmingham, MI 48010
(313) 642-5575

DAILY 10-5:30
THURS. 10-7
SAT. 10-3

year-old children will meet on
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. The congregation
also operates a program at
the Oak Park branch for 2-4
year olds. B'nai Moshe classes
are small with a mix of
general studies and tradi-
tional Conservative Judaism.
Rabbi Allan Meyerowitz leads
a regular Shabbat program of
songs, stories and dancing.
For information, call
Golden Dreams Nursery
Director, Robin Meyerowitz,
546-8040 or 548-9000.

Barbara Cook

vice president; Leonard
Siegal, vice president; Sharon
Hart, vice president; Betsy
Winkelman, vice president;
Neal Zalenko, recording
secretary; Jack Rubin,
treasurer.
Elected to serve on the
synagogue board of trustees
are: Joel Golden, Mark Kahn
and Beverly Liss. Joel Ger-
shenson, Roger Leemis, Jack
Rubin and Sidney Siegan will
serve on the Adat Shalom
Memorial Park board of
trustees.

Humanism Day
Presentation

In honor of Humanism Day,
the Birmingham Temple will
present Rob Tielman, presi-
dent of the International
Humanist and Ethical Union,
8:30 p.m. today. He will
discuss "Humanism and Life:
What Difference Does it
Make?" Humanism Day will
be the theme of the service.
Members of the IAHECL
board will participate.
A reception in honor of the
guests will follow the service.
For information, call the tem-
ple, 477-1410.

B'nai Moshe
Nursery School

Congregation B'nai Mo-
she's nursery school, Golden
Dreams, announces the open-
ing of its West Bloomfield
branch for fall 1989.
Temporarily housed in the
Fleischman Residence/Blum-
berg Plaza, a program for two-

Congregation Beth Abra-
ham Hillel Moses will
celebrate its first b'not mitz-
vah at 8:45 a.m. Saturday.
The event will mark the
culmination of two years of
study led by Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper and Cantor Ben-
Zion Lanxner.
Participants in the b'not
mitzvah celebration are:
Sylvia Bernstein, Ruth
Coblentz, Anne Edelman,
Adele Goodman, Susan
Rothstein, Evelyn Sabes and
Roberta Weisswasser.
Dr. Warren Tessler, presi-
dent of the congregation, will
present each participant with
a gift from the synagogue and
a certificate from the Jewish
National Fund.

B'NAI

B'RITH

I

Helfman Retains
Morgenthau Post

Jerry Helfman will be in-
stalled for his second term as
president of the Henry
Morgenthau L'Chayim B'nai
B'rith Lodge at a brunch on
June 25 at 11 a.m. at the
Michigan Inn.
Other officers to be in-
stalled are: Nate Blum, Sam
Greene and Harold Zuker,
vice presidents; Phil Roths-
child, recording secretary;
Phil Needle, corresponding
secretary and chaplain;
Henry Cohn, financial
secretary and Harold Zuker,
treasurer.
The board of trustees in-
cludes: Jesse Antman, Abe
Burnstein, Ted Frazis, Leslie
Kay, Marvin Litt, Alan
Nathan, Joel Marwil and
Steve Tapper.
Installing officers will be
Ernie Shaw, past president
and an officer of the board
governors of District 6.
Master of ceremonies will
be Mark Ridley.
For reservations, call Jerry
Helfman, 788-1175; or Harold
Zuker, 545-0445.

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