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May 22, 1964 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-22

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HYMAN MITNICK

Fund Raising
Chairman

SAM NELSON

Honorary President

We were founded 48 years ago

— in 1916. Sam Sandweiss was the

principal founder of our society.

This is the 4th re- location of

CHESED SHEL EMES.

First we were located at 563
Brewster, then at 535 Frederick and in

1930 moved to 2995 Joy Road, which

LEO B. FURST

Treasurer

BARNEY CITRIN

Honorary Secretary

we remodeled and enlarged in 1951.

Each move we made was marked by in-

creasingly improved and more modern

411pw

facilities, and expanded service.

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. . .

We pride ourselves on the sin-

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cerity and devotion of our worker's

on their adherence to the belief that

our society serves a vital need in the
community.

SAMUEL S. PORTNER
Comm.

Chairman Cemetery

SOLOMON RUBIN

Recording Secretary

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Al 26640 GREENFIELD ROAD

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at 11 MILE ROAD, OAK PARK

RABBI DAVID B.
HOLLANDER, spiritual
leader of Mt. Eden Center,
the Bronx, is one of our
most widely-travelled Jew-
ish leaders. His lectures
have drawn capacity audi-
ences throughout Europe,
RABBI
Australia, Asia, Britain, Is-
DAVID B. HOLLANDER
rael and the Americas.
Guest Speaker

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As president of the Rabbinical Council
of America, Rabbi Hollander headed the
first delegation of Rabbis to re-establish
religious contact with Russian Jewry since
1917. During one of his many trips, he ac-
companied a thousand refugees from Poland,
Hungary and Roumania to their new homes
in Israel. His last trip to Russia was made
in 1962.
Ordained at Yeshiva University, Rabbi
Hollander is also a graduate of Brooklyn Law
School and Dropsie College. We are indeed
fortunate that Rabbi Hollander has accepted
our invitation to address Sunday's dedication
audience.

HARRY PORTNER

Trustee

SAM LEVINE

ISADORE SHERR

Trustee

Trustee

DAVID RICH•AN

JACOB BACOW

Co-Chairman
Building Committee

MRS. IDA SOLOMON

Maintenance Chairman

President—Ladies Auxiliary

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