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November 29, 1974 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Congregation B'nai David

o p cordially invites you
to be their guest at the

h Formal Installation Ceremonies

of

Rabbi Shinto Poupko



The 24th day of Kislev, 5735
(Sunday, December 8, 1974)
at 2:00 p.m.

R.S.V.P. 557-8210
Reception following ceremony

Born in Velizh, Russia, Rabbi Shlorno Poupko comes from an
illustrious Rabbinic family. His father, the kite Rabbi Eliezor
Poupko was a prominent Rabbi of White Russia and later was
Chief of the Rabbinical Court of Philadelphia. Coming to South-
field from the Chief Rabbinate of Mexico and Central America,
Rabbi Shlorno Poupko will be the fourth Rabbi in B'Nai David's
82 year history. The members of Congregation B'Nai David look
forward to your presence on this most historic occasion.

Guest Speaker at the Installation Cere-
monies will be Mr. Ariel Kerem, Israeli
Vice-Consul for Cultural Affairs.

Irving Belinsky, President
Gustav Bernholz, Vice President
Alan Weiner,Vice President
Sherman Kane, Vice President
Jack Wolf, Treasurer
Arthur Cole, Fin. Secretary

Philip Bolton, Secretary

Congregation B'nai David

24350 SOUTHFIELD ROAD • SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48075

Friday, Nov. 29, 1974-29

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