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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-17

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he membership of

Congregation B'nai
Moshe voted 151-6 last
Thursday to authorize the
sale of the synagogue's prop-
erty at Ten Mile and Church
in Oak Park to United
Jewish Charities, the prop-
erty and endowment agency
for the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration. I,
The Federation has offered
to purchase the synagogue
for $1.6 million in cash, and
will give the congregation
rent-free use of the building
for six months. B'nai
Moshe's Golden Dreams
Nursery School and a
private Montessori school
that rents space in the edu-
cation wing will be allowed
to remain in the building
until the end of the school
year in June.
Robert Roth, former B'nai
Moshe president and head of
the synagogue committee
working on the sale of the
building, announced the
details of the sale to the con-
gregation. He expects a clos-
ing date for completion of
the sale to take place within
10 to 14 days.
The synagogue is seeking
final site approval for its
proposed new building from
West Bloomfield Township
on Nov. 20. B'nai Moshe
President Sharlene Ungar
expects construction to begin
next spring, which will ne-
cessitate 12-to-18 months of
temporary housing for the
congregation.
Synagogue member
Leonard Wanetik called the
offer by United Jewish
Charities "absolutely the
best deal we could get." He
said a non-Jewish organiza-
tion offered $1.5 million in
cash and notes for the
building but demanded im-
mediate occupancy. He said
Federation is assisting the
congregation in finding
temporary housing, which
may be at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center,
a quarter-mile north of the
congregation's new building
site.
Several congregants ques-
tioned the synagogue's
commitment to its members
who will remain in Oak
Park. Long-time member
Ernie Curtis said at the
meeting that "it was stated
unequivocally when we
voted to buy the land in
West Bloomfield that our

people in Oak Park would be
taken care of.'
Roth said he doubted a mi-
nyan could be maintained in
the present B'nai Moshe
structure after the sale, but
the synagogue will in-
vestigate renting space at
the Jimmy ?rentis Morris
JCC. Sexton Sholem Ralph
said five of the of the 15
regulars attending morning
minyan at B'nai Moshe are
synagogue members.
"I believe the sale of the
building to Federation is an

"We would have
had to close down
this building before
six more months: ,

intervention of God," Roth
told the congregation. "We
would have had to close
down this building before six
more months — we can't af-
ford to operate it."
Hugh Greenberg, chair-
man of the Federation's Ten
Mile Campus Planning
Committee, said no plans
have been made for the
building's use. But, he add -
ed, "Everybody is consider-
ing the options. We will take
a more definitive position
after the first of the year."



Detroiters To Be
At ZOA Meeting

The 87th national conven-
tion of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America will take
place Dec. 7-10 in Miami
Beach, Fla.
The Metro Detroit delega-
tion includes Dr. and Mrs.
Sidney Z. Leib, Drs. Leon and
Diana Warshay, , Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Baker, Mr. and Mrs.
Mitcheal Bloom, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Brand, Dr. and Mrs.
Alex Friedlaender, Dr. and
Mrs. Sidney Friedlaender, Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Gordon,
Mrs. Johanna Gordon, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Haas, Dr.
Maxwell M. Hoffman, Mrs.
Norma T. Hudosh, Drs. Jacob
and Lillian Hurwitz, Mrs.
Fredelyn Kanter, Dr. J.S.
Kaufman, Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Kaz-dan; Mrs. Richard
Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Lederer, Philip Langwald, Mr.
and Mrs. George Mann, Max
Nosanchuk, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Silverman, Dr. Lee
Silverman, Dr. and Mrs. I.
Walter Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Ir-
ving Sniderman, Dr. and Mrs.
Milton J. Steinhardt, and
Bertha Weil.

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