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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-21

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24 Friday, July 21, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ELECT KRAMER

Special Assistant Attorney General

CIRCUIT JUDGE

paid by committee to elect Kramer for circuit judge Leonard Gurwrn Treasurer

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Elect Robert

Anderson

-Oakland
Circuit Court

—a highly qualified
and experienced
Judge dedicated to
serving the people
of Oakland County.

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You helped
elect him
to the
Hall of Fame

Lawrence

B. WAYNE

Metropolitan Life recently established its highest
award — election to the Metropolitan Hall of Fame
— and Lawrence B. Wayne of Metropolitan's Dip-
lomat Office in Southfield has just received this
honor.

Election to the Hall of Fame is based on a point
system measuring continuity of self-development,
industry affiliations and accomplishments, and a
long and successful record of productivity for cus-
tomers and the company.

Achieving such a high level of performance
throughout his Metropolitan career could not have
been possible without the respect and patronage
of his customers. In a sense, it was you who
helped elect Lawrence B. Wayne to the Hall of
Fame. We thank you.

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.

20100 Civic Center Drive, Suite 210

Southfield, Michigan 48076
352-8948

Come to Metropolitan Simplify your life

Kashrut Symbols Explained

Rabbi Jack Goldman has
issued a warning concern-
ing various emblems that
appear on food products that
are marketed locally.
The best-known kosher
emblem is the OU, the re-
gistered trade mark of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America,
the only non-profit national
organization dealing with
kosher food supervision.
This symbol is an absolute
guarantee of kashrut.
Sometimes, it will appear
alone, and sometimes with
the expression "Pareve,"
which means "containing
neither milk nor meat pro-
ducts." One should not pre-
sume that, if a product bears
the OU that it is Pareve.
One should always read the
ingredients, Rabbi
Goldman said.
In cases where a pro-
duct is called "non-
dairy" but still contains
milk derivatives, the OU
will appear with a small
letted "d". Whole milk
that bears an OU is invar-
iably "Holov Yisroel."
Meat products that bear
the OU are nsually "glatt
kosher."
Some emblems that are
frequently mistaken for
kosher symbols are the let-
ter "R" in a circle and the
letter "C" in a circle. The
circled "R" means only that
the name of the product is a
registered trade mark. This
has nothing to do with kas-

Traverse Temple
Services Listed

Temple Beth El of
Traverse City announces it
holds Shabat services 8 p.m.
Fridays, and visitors to the
area are welcome.
The temple offers sum-
mer Hebrew and Jewish
history courses and spon-
sors an "Israel Week" celeb-
ration.
The temple is being
served this summer by stu-
dent rabbi Richard Ettelson
of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in Cincinnati.

HENRY & MARIKA SPERBER N

ANNOUNCE THAT THEY ARE NOW DOING
BUSINESS AS

SPERBER'S KOSHER

CATERING

AND ARE THE EXCLUSIVE CATERERS AT
CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM, 21100 W. 12 Mile Rd.

• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZYAS • BANQUETS • ALL OCCASION PARTIES
WITH INCOMPARABLY DELICIOUS FOOD & SUPERIOR SERVICE
• CARRY-OUTS ON REQUEST •

FOR INFORMATION
REGARDING BOOKINGS
OR MENUS CALL

351-2910 35713929

Under supervision of Council of Orthodox Rabbis

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hrut. The letter "C" in a cir-
cle means that a certain de-
sign, name, or slogan has
been certified by the United
States Patent Office in
Washington. This, too, has
nothing to do with kashrut.
Other kosher emblems
are "RS" in a square, the let-
ter "V" in a circle, and the
letter "K" alone, in a
square, in a circle, in a
triangle, or in a shield.
There is also the "K" in the
Hebrew letter "Kaf." The
"V" in a circle is a symbol of
the Vaad Hair of St. Louis.
It is completely reliable.
The "K" in a shield is a
symbol of the Michigan
Kashruth Council and is
under reliable rabbinic
supervision.
All the other symbols
are variable, and a com-
petent rabbinic authority
should be consulted re-
garding the use of pro-
ducts bearing these sym-
bols. The letter "K" alone
is simply a letter of the
alphabet and cannot be
copyrighted. It may be
used by a company, even
if there is no supervision
at all, with impunity.
In Canada, one will find
many products bearing the
symbol "MK" or "KM".
These are the symbols of the
Montreal Kashruth Com-
mission and are accepted as
reliable.

Synagogue

Services

CONG. BAIS CHABAD OF FARMINGTON HILLS:
Services 9:15 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Bergstein will
speak on "The Power of the Spoken Word — Blessings
and Curses."
CONG. BAIS CHABAD OF WEST BLOOMFIELD:
Services 9:15 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Silberberg will
speak on "Balak — Three Weeks of Mourning."
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL MOSES: Services 7
p.m. today and 9 a.m, Saturday. Darin Stocker, Bar
Mitzva.
TEMPLE BETH EL: Services 5:30 p.m. today and 11 a.m.
Saturday. Rabbi Schwartz will speak on "A World
Without Death."
CONG. BNAI DAVID: Services 6:30 p.m. today and 8:30
a.m. Saturday. Randall Otis became Bar Mitzva at
July 15 Shabat morning services.
CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Services 7 p.m. today and 8:45
a.m. Saturday. Andrew Danuloff, Bar Mitzva.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL: Services 8 p.m. today in the west
garden, conducted by the Falk Family.
TEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8:30 p.m. today. Andrew
Rosenbaum, Bar Mitzva. Services 11 a.m. Saturday.
Michael Glinsky, Bar Mitzva.
CONG. MISHKAN ISRAEL NUSACH H'ARI: Services
9 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Gottlieb will
speak on "The Flintstone of Judaism."
Regular services will be held at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Cong. Beth Achim, Cong. Beth Isaac of Trenton, Temple
Beth Jacob, Cong. Beth Jacob-Mogain Abraham, Cong.
Beth Shalom, Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah, Cong.
Beth Tephilath Moses of Mt. Clemens, Birmingham Tem-
ple, Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth Yehudah, Cong. Bnai Jacob,
Cong. Bnai Zion, Cong. David Ben Nuchim, Downtown
Synagogue, Temple Kol Ami, Livonia Jewish Congrega-
tion, Cong. Shaarey Shomayim (10 Mile Jewish Center),
Cong. Shomer Israel (13440 W. Seven Mile), Cong. Shom-
rey Emunah, Cong. VChiyah, Young Israel of Greenfield,
Young Israel of Oak-Woods and Young Israel of Southfield.

Knesset Unit
OKs Transplants

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Knesset Legal Commit-
tee rejected an Agudat Is-
rael proposal to prohibit the
implementation of heart
transplants in Israel.
In rejecting the proposal,
suggested by Agudat Knes-
set member Shlomo
Lorincz, the committee cal-
led on the Knesset and the
Health Ministry to expedite
legislation defining all
.types of organ transplants.
At present, there is no leg-
ally binding arrangement
concerning the situation.
The doctors with whom
the committee spoke noted
the need for such a legal ar-
rangement, which would
allow them to act in accor-
dance, committee chairman
David Glass of the National
Religious Party, reported.
Glass added the com-
mittee's findings are simi-
lar to those of the scien-
tific community and that
the future development
of medical science is
largely dependent on the
implementation of trans-
plants.
It is vital to develop the
implementation of trans-
plants in this country,"
Glass noted. "At times,
organ transplants, includ-
ing hearts, are a vital step to
saving the life of a human
being."
It is on this aspect of
organ transplants that the
Knesset members are di-
vided. However, Glass said
that he does not expect
political repercussions be-
cause of the committee's
findings. "Both Chief Rab-
bis of Israel have agreed to
implementation of trans-
plants when a life is at
stake," he observed.

Late Lubavitch Leader's
Liberation to Be Celebrated

Centers
Lubavitch
throughout Michigan will
host a variety of Hasidic
gatherings and celebrations
to commemorate the 51st
anniversary of the libera-
tion of the late Lubavitcher
Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef
Yitzchok Schneersohn from
Soviet prison. It occurred on
the 12th day of Tammuz,
this year on July 17.
In 1950 he was succeeded
by his son-in-law, the pre-
sent Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem M.
Schneerson, the seventh in
line of succession to the
leadership of the unique
and dynamic Lubavitcher
movement.
following
The
Lubavitcher Centers will
host a series of events
Saturday:
Chabad House of West-
ern Michigan in Grand
Rapids will hold a special
reception in honor of two
Israeli exchange stu-
dents in a program spon-
sored by the Lions Club.
University of Michigan
Chabad House will have a
midnight Hasidic "far-
brengen" (gathering) for
students at the home of the
Chabad House Director
Rabbi Ahron Goldstein, 6C2
Mary Court, Ann Arbor.
Cong. Bais Chabad of

Ethics Class Set

Rabbi Stanley Rosen-
baum will conduct a class on
Pirke Avot (Ethics of the
Fathers) 7:30 p.m. Saturday
in the Cong. Bnai Moshe
library. The class will con-
tinue weekly throughout
summer. Everyone is wel-
come.

Farmington will have a
kidush following Shabat
morning services at the
home of Rabbi C.M. Bergs-
tein, 32276 Tarreyton,
Farmington Hills.
Cong. Bais Chabad of
West Bloomfield will have a
special kidush sponsored by
Dr. Milton Stern following
services at the Ealy
Elementary School.
Cong. Mishkan Israel
Nusach H'Ari —
Lubavitcher Center will
hold a seuda shlishit
sponsored by Rabbi Yis-
roel Polter following
Minha beginning at 8:45
p.m. at the synagogue.
All festivities are open to
the public. For information
call the Lubavitcher
Center, 548-2666.

Kaufman Stresses
Minyan at BAHM

Bernard L. Kaufman was
recently installed as men's
club president and
synagogue vice president at
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses.
At the installation,
Kaufman and Rabbi Israel
I. Halpern announced a new
program to encourage
members to attend at least
one minyan per month.
Kaufman stressed the
importance of having the
minyan available for
mourners.
Rabbi Halpern told the
installation audience that
Kaufman has been a daily
worshipper at Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses since
the synagogue opened its
West Bloomfield building
six years ago.

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