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September 02, 1977 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Orthodox Oppose
Israel Woodland Dedicated
Joint Beit Din
by Grandchildren of Honorees

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NEW YORK (JTA)—The

proposal raised in Jerusa-
lem to create in the U.S. a
joint beit din (court of reli-
gious law) of Orthodox, Con-
servative and Reform
rabbis, was denounced by
Agudath Israel of America
as an "anomaly and in-
imical to historic Jewish in-
terests."

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Friday September 2, 1977 17

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Paul and Karen Fischer, children of Dr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur (Patricia) Fischer of Southfield, dedicate the wood-
land of 2,500 trees planted in Israel, honoring the memory
of their grandparents, Edward and Lilyan Weiss. The
woodland has been planted under the auspices of Jewish
National Fund.
Patricia Fischer and her
The Edward and Lilyan
Weiss Woodland, planted in brothers, Michael Weiss of
Modin, Israel, the town of San Francisco and Louis
the Maccabees, under The Weiss of Colorado, planted'
tional
Fund,
was
dedicated
auspices
of the
Jewish
Na- the woodland to honor the
memory of their parents,
recently by the grand- Edward and Lilyan Weiss.
Mr. Weiss was an opto-
children, Paul and Karen
Fischer of Southfield, who metrist and active in Bnai
Brith, as a member of both
represented the family. Pisgah and Keidan Lodges.
They
are
the Arthur
children
of Mrs. Weiss was active in a
Dr. and
Mrs.
(Patri-
cia) Fischer. Paul is a stu- number of Jewish organiza-
tions. They were supporters
dent at the University of of . JNF and lifelong resi-
Michigan
enter U-M and
this Karen
fall. will dents of the Detroit area.

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COHEN POST AND AUX-
ILIARY, will hold their
next meetings 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Members of the group will
participate in dedication
services for the Jewish
chapel at the Allen Park
Veterans Hospital on . Sept.
11. A menora will be do-
_ nated by the Yetz-Cohen
Post and Auxiliary for use
in the chapel. The post and
auxiliary will serve refresh-
_ments at the Sunday Chapel
Hour following religious
services, at the Allen Park
Veterans Hospital. Reva
Dryman is chairman.

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