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April 28, 1978 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Orthodox Rabbis to Have Annual Event at Center

The Council of Orthodox the head. The rabbinical
Rabbis and Merkaz will join court issues judgments be-
for their 49th annual dinner tween individuals, indi-
6 p.m. May 24 at the main viduals and congregations
Jewish Community Center and institutions, and rules
complex.
over adoptions, conversions
Rabbi Leizer Levin is and divorce cases. Counsel-
president of the Council of ing also is available
Orthodox Rabbis. Rabbi through the Council.
Ernest Greenfield is chair-
The Vaad supervises
man of the Merkaz.
shokhtim, mashgikhim,
The Council has a Beth slaughter houses,
Din of which Rabbi Levin is butcher shops, caterers,
bakeries, Cholov Yisroel
products, some of Bor-
/OMERSET
den's products, pickle
DinnER THEATRE companies, poultry firms
and kosher kitchens in
Jewish institutions such
as Sinai Hospital, the
Jewish Center snack bar,
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
••••-
eration building and at
SIO
N•• Nrir
Federation Apartments.
Adult classes are super-
vised and a talmudic
Reservations
reference library main-
tained by the Vaad.
Other officers of the Vaad

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Gustav Berenholz has

ADL's Lobenthal to Speak
to Cong. Bnai David Institute

Cong. Bnai David Insti-
tute for Adult Education
will hold a lecture in its
"Judaism in an Age of Cul-
tural Pluralism" series 8:30
p.m. Thursday in the
synagogue.
Guest speaker will be
Richard Lobenthal, execu-
tive director of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, Michigan Region. He
will speak on "Anti-
Semitism, Nazis and You."
Lobenthal served in the
ADL's offices in the
Southwest and in the
South prior to taking the
Michigan post in 1964. He
was a member of the
sociology department at
Wayne State University •
from 1966 to 1973 and
currently is a consultant
to the WSU College of
Lifelong- Learning and a
member of the univer-
sity's social science and
humanities faculties.

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The Metropolitan Council
of Young Israel, the Reli-
gious Zionists of Detroit and
the Bodzin Post of the
Jewish War Veterans will
join in a service com-
memorating Yom Hazika-
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and Yom Ha'Atzmaut (Is-
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6:30 p.m. May 10 at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods.
Participants in the serv-
ice will be Rabbis James I.
Gordon, Ernest Greenfield,
Samuel H. Prero, Joshua
Sperka, Feivel Wagner and
Cantor David L. Green-
baum.
Following the service, a
sends (dinner) will be
held in Stollman Hall.
Dinner music and
entertainment will be
provided by the Mark
Goldenberg group,
members of Young Is-
rael Teens and Bnei
Akiva.
Serving on the dinner
committee are Mrs. Rita
Bigman, Mrs. Dolores
Brown, Mrs. Malka Gordon,
Mrs. Esther Posner and Re-
uven and Shelly Singal. For
reservations to the dinner,
call Young Israel of Oak-
Woods, 398-1177.

Special Holocaust
Memorial Event
at Beth Achim

Cong. Beth Achim will
observe the 35th anniver-
sary of the Warsaw Ghetto
Uprising with a special
Yom Hashoa V'Hagvura
service 8 p.m. Thursday.
Two addresses will be de-
livered, one in Yiddish by
Martin Rose and a speech in
English by Hy Shenkman.
In addition, a special read-
ing composed by Mayer
Lipman will be read by the
congregation.
The special service is
open to the public.

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and memorabilia depicting
Southfield's
history
through May 14 at the
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been named chairman of the
banquet. The dinner com-
mittee, still in formation, is
comprised of Berenholz,
Marvin Berlin, John D.
Daniels, Henry Dorfman,
Morris Flatt, Nathan Gol-
din, Samuel Hechtman,
David Hermelin, Avern
Cohn, Irwin I. Cohn, Julius
Katz, the Karbal Family,
Sam Novetsky, Royal A.
Oppenheiro, David Pollack,
Julius Rotenberg, Hyman
Safran, Soberman and Mil-
grom, Phillip and Max
Stollman and Jack
Shenkman.
The Vaad has helped
newly arrived Russian
Jewish families obtain
kosher meat and keep
kosher homes.
Fo4 reservations to the
dinner, call the Vaad, 559-
5005.

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