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September 01, 1989 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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NEWS)

Bigotry Flares
Over Temple

Atlanta — The Atlanta
chapter of the American
Jewish Committee has joined
with Methodist, Catholic,
Baptist, Episcopal and
Presbyterian leaders in con-
demning anti-Semitic sen-
timents surrounding the pro-
posed construction of a new
synagogue in a suburban
Atlanta community.
Several residents of Gwin-
net County, Ga., spoke out at
a meeting of the Municipal
County Planning Commis-
sion to protest a zoning
change that would allow the
building of Temple Beth
David, the county's first
synagogue.
One of several residents
who opposed the change
stated that the temple would
bring "strange people" into
the predominantly Christian
neighborhood and might lead
to violence.

Israeli Hotelier
Now Bankrupt

Tel Aviv — The business
career of Haim Shiff, who
once owned the largest hotel
chain in Israel, appears to be
over as the controversial,
64-year-old entrepreneur has
been declared bankrupt by
the Aviv District court.
The bankruptcy order forbids
the former chairman of the
national hotel association
from engaging in any finan-
cial transactions, including
the use of a checkbook or
bank credit card.
An early member of the
Herat party, Shiff was fre-
quently in the news because
of his disputes with a variety
of authorities and with
business rivals. He outraged
the Jerusalem Rabbinate in
1963 by building the city's
first hotel with a coed' swim-
ming pool.

Rabbis Write
AIDS Booklet

New York — The Coalition
for the. Advancement of
Jewish Education is
publishing a booklet dealing
with the Jewish aspects of
AIDS treatment and
prevention.
"AIDS: Our Responsibility
as Jews," written by rabbis
Judy Abrams and Art Ver-
non, attempts to help
teachers in Jewish schools ap-
proach the subject. Designed
for grades 10 and up, the
20-page booklet places par-
ticular emphasis on the
Jewish values of caring for
the soul and visiting the sick.

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Set (EMES) to our
...For Families of All Agesl From our Emanu-El Mature and
Youth Groups, Religious and Nursery School Programs, and all of our Arms, Temple
Emanu-El has something for everyone in the family. Our family oriented, age appropriate
programs and services cater to the large variety of groups that make up our
Congregation. And our new satellite Hebrew School at the Maple/Drake J.C.C. makes it
even easier to join in our Temple family.

For more information on our wide variety of prOgrams and
services, or for questions about membership - call the Temple_
at 967-4020. We're saving you a seat for the High Holiday!

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