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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH r NEWS

30 Friday, May 8 1981

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Vaad Marks 52nd at Annual Banquet

The Council of Orthodox
Rabbis will celebrate its
52nd anniversary May 26
with a banquet beginning at
6 p.m. at the Detroit Plaza
Hotel. The memories of
three brothers, Max, Abe
and Sol Nusbaum, who were

active in efforts to benefit
the Jewish community, will
be honored.
The Vaad Harabonim,
whose Southfield office is
involved in all aspects of the
Jewish community's reli-
gious life and includes a Bet

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people to be married in
Israel.
The rabbinical court
supervises adoptions by
Jewish families, conducts
conversions according to
Halakha, deals with mar-
riage and divorce problems
and handles litigations.
The Kashrut Division in-
cludes a department which
analyzes information on all
ingredients of items sold as
kosher and provides its find-
ings to the community.
For reservations, call the
Vaad office, 559-5005.

Molly Picon at Adat Shalom;
Israel's 33rd Celebrated

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made up of 21 members
from throughout the Detroit
metropolitan area.
Its members include pul-
pit rabbis, educators and
leaders of community in-
stitutions.
The Vaad supervises,
at no charge to the con-
sumer, all matters per-
taining to kashrut:
shokhtim, dairy prod-
ucts, caterers, slaughter
houses and retail meat
dealers. It also provides
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sion of Adat Shalom
Synagogue will present a
"Night at the Yiddish Thea-
ter" With actress Molly
Picon 8 p.m. May 20 in the
synagogue.
The program is sponsored
by the Morris E. Bloomberg
Judaica-Jack Rosenbloom

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Cantor Orbach will be
master of ceremonies at the
concert, which also features
narratives by Rabbis M.
Robert Syme, Harold S.
Loss and Leon Fram.
The concert is made
possible by Myron S. Stein-
berg, who six years ago
created the Mildred S.
Steinberg Fund at Temple
Israel as a memorial to his
wife, Mildred Stamler
Steinberg.
The concert also is
memorial to Steinberg ,
grandson, Andrew Ross
Chalat, who died four years
ago.
Admission
to
the
Steinberg-Chalat concert is
open to the community at no
charge. Tickets are: re-
quired, however, and may
be obtained by calling Tem-
ple Israel, 661-5700.

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THE ADOLPH H. LIGHTER
MEMORIAL LECTURE
Featuring

Former Ambassador to Russia
and Israel

Temple Israel will spon-
sor its sixth annual Mildred
S. Steinberg and Andrew
Chalat Memorial Concert
7:30 p.m. May 17 at the
temple.
The concert, entitled "The
Art of the Cantor," has been
arranged by Cantor Harold
Orbach and the temple's
music committee under the
chairmanship of Bluma
Ellman.
Featured in the program
will be the noted Russian
tenor, Misha Alexan-
drovich; Short Hills, N.J.;
and soprano Sarah Sager, of
Fairmount Temple, Cleve-
land.
Making his concert
debut playing Ernst
Bloch's "Wedding
March" will be 13-year-
old organ virtuoso Scott
Stern.

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Memorial Funds.
Miss Picon has appeared
in more than 200 prod-
uctions, 40 of which were
written by her late hus-
band, Jacob Kalich.
Among the prod-
uctions in which she has
appeared are: "Milk and
Honey," "Come Blow
Your Horn," and "Fid-
dler on the Roof."
After World War II, Miss
Picon entertained the
homeless Jews in the dis-
placed persons camps
throughout Europe. She
toured on behalf of the USO
and has been involved in
fund-raising activities on
behalf of the state of Israel.
Her biography, "Molly,"
was published in 1980.
For details or ticket in-
formation, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will celebrate Israel's 33rd
anniversary at services 9
a.m. Saturday and at a spe-
cial oneg Shabat luncheon
and program.
Luncheon will include Is-
raeli food, and singing and
dancing will highlight the
event. The public is invited,
and there is a charge for
luncheon, payable before
Shabat.

Survivor Blames
Mezada Captain

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Sur-
vivors of the Zim Lines' bulk
carrier Mezada which sank
in the Atlantic Ocean near
'Bermuda March 8 told a
board of inquiry in Haifa
last week that they had
urged Capt. Gera Levin, the
ship's master, to summon
help much earlier than he
did, but that he refused.
Levin was one of the 24 offi-
cers and seamen who Wed in
Israel's worst marAinie dis-
aster.

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