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January 31, 1975 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-31

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38--Friday, January 31, 1975

THE DETINHT JEWISH NEVUS

Requisites for M ohels Defined

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Protesting practices of us-
ing doctors for circumcisions
without ascertaining their
qualifications according to
Halakha, the Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis of Metropoli-
tan Detroit — the Vaad Ha-
rabonim — this week defined
the halakhic requirements in
the following statement to The
Jewish News:
In response to inquiries

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RABBI Dr. JACK GOLDMAN

Experienced Mohel

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Serving the Jewish Community
at Large since 1958

about the necessary religious
qualification of • an individual
to serve as a mohel, we are
listing the following:-
* That he be a Jew;
• That he be observant in the
fulfillment of command-
'tents, (Torah and mitz-
vot), including being a
Shomer Shabat; and
• That he have the religious
training necessary for this
specialty in order to know
the religious procedures
involved and that he re-
ceive a diploma from a reli-
gious authority ascertain-
ing his surgical and reli-
MISS RONNA KATZMAN
gious competence and that
he is a Shomer Torah and
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Katz-
mitzvot.
man of Silvercrest Ave.,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement
of their daughter
Multiple Sclerosis
Ronna Sue to Frederick
Group to Meet
Stephen Bluford, son of Mrs.
Anita Haenick, physical William Bluford of Riverside
therapist, will speak to Abili- Ct., SOuthfield, and the late
ties Unlimited 8 pin. Monday Mr. Bluford.
Miss Katzman was grad-
at the Southfield Civic Cen-
ter. The group aids multiple uated from Michigan State
University. Her fiance was
sclerosis research.
Ms. Haenick will demon- graduated from Wayne State
strate exercises used by mul- University and the Detroit
tiple sclerosis patients. Guests College of Law.
are invited. For information,
call Stewart Newman, 557-
5289.

Certified• Mohel

Jan. 28 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Alan Katz (Dianne
Stein), of 30552 WoodStream
Dr., Farmington Hills, a son,
Brian Jeffery.
* * *
Jan. 12 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Citrin (Evalyn Tul-
censky), former Detroiters
of Hartford, Conn., a daugh-
ter, Dawn Emily.
• * *
Dec. 21 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Schmier (Linda Neu-
man), 1858 Villa, Birming-
ham, a son, Brian Scott.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Is-
ner (Carole Mackey), 19376
Jean e t t e, Southfield, an
adopted son, Scott Bradley.

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MISS JOAN BORINSTEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Bor-
instein, former Detroiters of
Los Angeles, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Joan Nancy to A. Fred-
erick Greenberg of New
York.
Miss Borinstein attended
the University of Michigan
and is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of California at Los
Angeles. Her fiance is a
graduate of Harvard.
A March wedding is
planned.

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Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's
Councils will sponsor a din-
ner-dance March 1 at Cong.
Beth • Abraham-Hillel for
members of lodges, chapters
and units that have worked
on the Youth Services Appeal
Campaign.
Presidents of the respec-
tive councils, Mrs. Maynard
Kalef and David Levine, an-

nounce the over-all city
chairmen for the 1974-75
Youth Services Appeal Cam-
paign are Mrs. Harold Rowe
and David Bittker.
Mrs. Alan Nathan and Her-
man Kasoff will be chairmen
fork the evening. For reserva-
tions and ticket information,
call the Bnai Brith. Youth
Services Appeal office, 354-
5721.

g3izat g3ritla
tiTctivities

Yiddish Translators
Win BB Award

OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will have its next
dinner program 7 p.m. Tues-
day at the Town and Country
Club. Carl Levin, president
of the Detroit Common Coun-
cil, will speak on "The Eco-
nomic Situation in the City
of Detroit and How it Af-
fects the Suburbs." Bnai
Brith members are invited.
For reservations, call .Mok-
ton Bechek, 6444197, or 642-
0951.

BB

District Attends
Chicago Meeting

WoFds are, like money, a
medium'of exchange, and the
sureness with which they can
be . used varies not only with
the character of the coins
themselves, but also with the
characted of the things they
buy, and that of the men
who tender and receive them
—Allen Upward

SAM

Bnai Brith to Honor Workers

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Katzman-Bluford Joan Borinstein
Jo Elyn Frankel
Troth Announced Tells Nuptial Plans to Wed Mr. Nyman

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MISS JO ELYN FRANKEL

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Frankel of Charrington Rd.,
Birmingham, announce the
engagement of their daugh
ter Jo Elyn to George Ny-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Nyman of Hilton
Ave., Southfield. •
A June wedding is planned.

Sholem Aleichem
Plans Art Show

Sholem Aleichem Institute
will hold its 12th annual art
show and sale Feb. 7-9 at the
Shenandoah Country Club.
More than 3,000 works by
125 Michigan professional ar-
tists will be displayed. The
show will include original
paintings, water colors, wood
carvings, glasswork, weav-
ing, etchings, stained glass
work, pottery, silk screen,
ceramics, sculpture, jewelry,
wood cuts, batiks and ma-
crame.
"Meet the Artists" night
will be held 8 p.m. Feb. 7.
The show is open to the pub-
lic and there is a nominal
charge. Refreshments will be
served.
The show hours are 11
a.m.-5 p.m. and 8-10 p.m.
Feb. 7; noon-10 p.m. Feb. 8;
and 1-5 p•m. Feb. 9.

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Jewish education .
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Bnai Brith District 6 mid-
winter meeting of the board
of governors was held recent-
ly in Chicago.
The opening session dinner
featured David M. Blumberg,
president of the Bnai Brith BB Volleyballers
International Council. De-
troiters who attended includ- List Team Scores.
ed 'Harold S. Jaffa, Harry
The Metropolitan Detroit
Pearson, Louis Segel, Her- Bnai Brith Council anq
man Kasoff, Sol Moss, Denis nonuces the following Bnai
Rice and Morris Direnfeld. Brith Volleyball League
team standings:
In 1852, lightning struck a
AMERICAN LEAGUE
large branch, and eight cam-
Won Lost
el-loads of wood were re- Brotherhood
30
12
moved. In former years, a Morganthau
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19
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23
19
terebinth grew to the north Keidan-Couplets
Couplets
16
26
of Abraham's Oak, which the L'Chayim 2
12
30
9
33
historian Josephus claimed Rey-Ut
had existed since the begin-
NATIONAL LEAGUE
ning of the world. In Hadri-
Won Lost
1
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an's time, it was under this L'Chayim
Marshall
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tree that the great sales of Tikuah
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Jewish slaves took place, Pisgah
Detroit
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numbering over 135,000.
Centennial
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