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May 22, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Nusbaum Brothers' Communal Efforts
to Be Recalled at Vaad Banquet Tuesday

The three brothers whose
memories will be honored
Tuesday at the 52nd an-
niversary banquet of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit made
significant contributions to
Jewish community causes.
Max, Abe and Sol Nus-
baum will be remembered
for their "dedication to
numerous projects and
causes" when the Vaad
marks its anniversary at 6

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p.m. in the Renaissance
Ballroom of the Detroit
Plaza Hotel, according to
Julius Rotenberg, honorary
chairman of the event.
Max, who was born 'in
1897 and died in 1970, ar-
rived in Detroit in 1916.
During his years in this
area, he was an active
member of Bnai Brith,
Mizrachi and the Jewish
Welfare Federation, of
which he was a director.
He was a founder of
Young Israel of Oak-
Woods and a past
president of the congre-
gation.
His community work in-
cluded helping to organize
the City of Hope and active
support of the Folks Shula,
which helped Jewish im-
migrants begin new lives.
Abe, who died in 1958 at
age 58, took a special inter-
est in educational projects
during his years in Detroit,

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THE HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(Chesed Shel Emes)

will hold

MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES

Sunday, May 24th at 12:00 Noon
at the Veterans Section of their Cemetery

The planning committee for the 52nd anniversary
banquet of the Greater Detroit Council of Orthodox
Rabbis met recently with Vaad officials to finalize
arrangements for the May 26 event at the Detroit
Plaza Hotel. Pictured are, front row, from left: Rabbi
James I. Gordon; Julian Nusbaum; Rabbi Chaskall
Grubner, director of the Vaad Harabonim; and
Leonard Borman, host committee co-chairman. In
second row, from left, are: Joe Fetter, dinner co-
chairman; Irving Nusbaum and David Hermelin, co-
chairmen, patrons committee. In third row, from left,
are: Joseph Nusbaum; Dov Loketch, dinner co-
chairman; and Marvin Berlin, dinner co-chairman.

which began in 1926. yeshivot. He was a major
He was active on behalf of supporter of Yeshivath
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah Beth Yehudah and of Ner
and Bar-Ilan University. Israel Rabbinical College,
He also was active in Miz- Baltimore, Beth Medrash
rachi and was a driving Govoha in New Jersey,
force in the building of the Telshe Yeshiva in Cleve-
former Beth Abraham when land and Ponevez Yeshiva
it was located on Seven Mile in Israel.
Road in Detroit. He was a
In addition, he began a
president of the congrega- fund to create the first kollel
tion.
in Detroit and, as a result,
Sol, who died in 1971, was the first American kollel
born in 1911. He came to outside of the New York
Detroit in 1946.
area was established here in
He was a founder of 1974.
Cong. Bnai Jacob and, la-
The _public is invited to
ter,
of had
Cong.
Sol
an Mogain
interest Ab-
in the banquet. For reserva-
raham.
tions, call the Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis, 559-5005.

HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

Gratiot Avenue at 14-Mile Road

with the participation of Jewish War Veterans, De-
partment of Michigan and Women's Auxiliary and
.CANTOR HYMAN ADLER of Congregation B'nai
David

Families, Relatives and
Friends are invited to attend

Jerome G. Friedman
President

Sanford L. Wolok
Vice President
-
Samuel A. Kayne
Vice-President

'

Samuel P. Havis
Rabbi Eric Greenbaum
David Silver
Trustees

Edward Miller
Cemetery Chairman



Rabbi Israel I. Rockove
Executive Director

Morris Dorn
Treasurer

Nathan Wolok
Assistant Director

Norman Blake
Secretary

Rabbi Henry L. Goldschlag
Cemetery Adminsitrator

Harry E. Citrin
Honorary President

Peres Invited to
French Inaugural

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
French President-elect
Francois Mitterrand has
invited Labor Party chair-
man Shimon Peres to attend
his inauguration on Sun-
day.
Peres might be unable to
attend because of his total
preoccupation in the elec-
tion campaign. Peres has
been on friendly terms with
'Mitterrand for more than
two decades. The two men
spoke by telephone the day
after the French election.
Peres told a Labor Party
meeting that Mitterrand
had responded to his (Peres)
congratulations by express-
ing the hope that Peres
would "follow suit."

Wundohl to Give
Feinstone Talk

PHILADELPHIA —
Frank F. Wundohl, editor of
the "Jewish Exponent," will
deliver the annual Sol
Feinstone Lecture on "The
Meaning of Freedom" at
Dropsie University on
Thursday.
Wundohl is currently
serving his third term as
president of the American
Jewish Press Assotation,
representing almost 100
Anglo-Jewish newspapers
and magazines throughout
the country.

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