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May 08, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Seminary Will Honor Detroiters

Dr. Sidney 0. and Ruth F.
Siegan, active synagogue
and community leaders,
will be the recipients of the
annual Jewish Theological
Seminary award at a tes-
timonial breakfast recep-
tion 10 a.m. Sunday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue, it was
announced by Dr. Harvey
Nussbaum, chairman of the
reception.
The award, presented by
the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, ac-
' - nowledges the long asso-
tion of the honorees with
the Conservative move-
ment and "their deep com-
mitment to Jewish values
and education." Rabbi Efry
G. Spectre will make the
presentation of the award
on behalf of the seminary.
Guest speaker is Rabbi
David A. Nelson of Cong.
Beth Shalom.

Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America and the
congregation at a reception
4 p.m. May 28.
Outgoing
President
Leonard Baron, is chairman
for this annual event.
Kovan, who is being cited
"for his commitment to
Jewish education and corn-
munity," served as
president of the congrega-
tion from 1967 to 1969 and

presently serves on the
board of trustees of the
Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
He also serves as a trus-
tee of the Morris Adler
Memorial Foundation.
Born in Detroit, he was
graduated from the De-
troit College of Law and
has been a member of the
Michigan State Bar for 50
years.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosen-

Friday, May 8, 1981

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seminary, will be guest
speaker. Rabbi Irwin
Groner will present the
Seminary Scroll to Kovan.

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THE SIEGANS

Former commander of the
Jewish. War Veterans and
captain in the Dental Corps,
U.S. Army, during World
War II, Dr. Siegan was re-
cently honored by the State
of Israel Bond organization
"for his service and leader-
ship." Past president of
Alpha Omega Dental
Fraternity, Detroit chapter,
and a graduate of Univer-
sity of Michigan, Dr. Siegan
is a member of the board of
trustees of Adat Shalom.
Mrs. Siegan has been
active in the synagogue's
sisterhood for many
years and is a member of
its board. She also is in-
volved in Hadassah.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.

Samuel C. Kovan, past
president of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and active
community leader, will be
jointly honored by the

Archives Parley
at NY Synagogue

NEW YORK — The prob-
lem of material of historical
value being discarded or
lost will be addressed at a
one-day conference,
7" Tw-ish Archives — Where
e Yours?", Wednesday at
the Spanish and Portuguese
Synagogue here.
"Many people have no
sense of history. They have
no sense of the significance
of their records," according
to Dr. Jeffrey Gurock, pro-
fessor of modern Jewish his-
tory. at Yeshiva University
and one of the leaders of the
conference. The conference
is being sponsored by the
Council of Archives and Re-
search Libraries in Jewish
Studies at the National
Foundation for Jewish Cul-
ture.

ouncil of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit

Tuesday, May 26 at the Renaissance Ballroom
Detroit Plaza Hotel

(Free Parking)

Cocktails at 6 pm. • Dinner at 7 pm.

Contributions $60`per person

ONLY THE COUNCIL OF
ORTHODOX RABBIS PROVIDES
ALL THESE COMMUNITY SERVICES

Your Host Committee

KASHRUTH Supervision for bakeries. butchers,

LEONARD BORMAN PAUL BORMAN

caterers, hospitals, senior citizen homes. and
food products.

Co-chairmen

Marvin Berlin
Ivan Bloch
Leonard Borman
Paul Borman
Judge Avern Cohn
Irwin I. Cohn
John D. Daniels
Henry Dorfman
Joe Fetter
Morris Flatt
Nathan Goldin
Sam Hechtman
David Herrnelin
David Holtzman
Julius Katz
The Karbal family
Morris Katz
Dov Loketch
Salek Lessman
Ed Levy. Jr.

Jacob Nosanchuk
Anna Nusbaum
andfainik
Esther Nusbaum
Irving Nusbaum
lultan Nusbaum
Laura Nusbaum
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MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE Protecting Jewish

family integrity.

ADOPTION Implementing standards and

A message to the
Jewish Community

maintaining records.

CONVERSION Training, guidance, and

conversion according to Halacha.

I am proud to be part of a community
that can count on the leadership of
a unified rabbinate.
For over half a century the work of
the Council of Orthodox Rabbis has
strengthened Detroit Jewry. Your
attendance at this annual banquet will
help preserve and supp -ort this valuable
community institution.

FAMILY COUNSELING Offered to all who

seek help.

JEWISH EDUCATION AND INFORMATION

Publications seminars, courses. Library on
Jewish heritage.

RUSSIAN IMMIGRANTS Integrating new

Jewish Americans into our community.

CHAPLAINCY For hospitals, nursing homes.

senior citiien (enters.

BETH DIN Rabbinical court decides questions

of Jewish law, settles disputes according
to Jewish tradition.

• VAAD HORABONIM OFFICERS

RABBI LEIZER LEVIN
RABBI CHASKEL GRUBNER
RABBI YAAKOV GORDON
RABBI JOSHUA SPERKA

Pre.s(lent
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ice-President

David Pollack

on behalf of the

Host Committee

Secretary Tred•urer

KOSHERGRAM Monthly bulletin for

kosher consumers.

KASHERING Conversion of non-kosher

homes to kosher. •

Honoring the memory of Max, Abe and Sol Nusbaum

Your attendance will
help pay tribute to the
memory of these men
and enhance the
continuity of 'Torah
values in Greater
Detroit.

...three brothers who
contributed to the
development and
strengthening of Jewish
life in our community.

MAX NUSBAUM 159 - -

ABE NUSBAUM 1900- I95ti

SOL NUSBAUM 1911 1971

For more information call 559-5005

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