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June 04, 1982 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-04

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46 :Friday, June 4, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Protection is not a princi-
ple, but an expedient.
—Disraeli

COMING
JUNE 25th

SUMMER
EXTRAVAGANZA
82
Second Generation
Singles

I

Singles Events

JEWISH AND SINGLE
(JAS) will have a general
meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at Cong. Beth Shalom.
Singles of all ages are in-
vited free of charge. For in-
formation, call Heidi Press,
398-1365, evenings be-
tween 6 and 10 p.m. To get
on the mailing list, write
Jewish and Single, c/o
Cong. Beth Shalom, 14601
Lincoln, Oak Park 48237.

Senate Passes
Aid to Israel

Lakers Present Scholarship

WASHINGTON (JT-A) —
A Senate Foreign Relations
Committee resolution to
provide economic aid to Is-
rael which would be equal to
the interest and principal
Israel pays to the U.S. each
year on tax debts was -
passed by a vote of 9-8.
All the Democrats and
Republican Rudy Boschwitz
of Minnesota voted for the
measure which was int-
duced by California Del
crat Alan Cranston.

OAKLAND SINGLES
will provide music for danc-
ing and light snacks at its
next party 8:30 p.m. June 13
at Everybody's, 30806 Or-
chard Lake Rd., Far-
mington Hills. There will be
a cash bar. There is an ad-
mission charge. Proper
dressis required. To get on
the mailing list, write Oak-
land Singles, P.O. Box 93,
Birmingham, 48012.

JUNE IS
BUSTING OUT
ALL OVER

Harry Laker, seated, presents a check to Susan
Friedman, winner of the Harry and Sarah Laker Is-
rael Youth Scholarship. Miss Friedman will study at
the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Attending the
check presentation are, standing, from left: Dr.
Gerald Laker, Rabbi Milton Arm, Irving Laker, Sarah
Laker and Martin Laker.

AT

rReaders Forum)

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief.
The writer's name will be withheld from publication upon
request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will
not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is
enclosed.

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The Kashrut Controversy

Editor, The Jewish News:
The recent controversy
between the Orthodox rab-
bis, regarding butcher
shops under their supervi-
sion, brings again into focus
the need for a complete re-
vision of practices involving
kashrut.
As it stands now, there
exists an undeniable con-
flict of interest, when on one
hand the rabbi is required to
conduct his supervising on
the basis of Halakha and on
the other, he is being paid
for his service by those he is
supposed to supervise. Until
and unless this contradic-
tion in principles is elimi-
nated, supervision is
largely an exercise not
worthy of consideration.
Another aspect of rab-
binic supervision is the
proliferation of this so
called supervision. If the
rabbis would approach
this matter conscien-
tiously and with integ-
rity, they would inform
the public, giving the rea-
son why an item needs
rabbinic supervision and
make this part of their
Koshergram.
The consumer going to
the market must ask him-
self why there are so many

food items indicating rab-
binic involvement. Supervi-
sion where not necessary,
and supervision by an occa-
sional visit, makes a moc-
kery of Jewish principles,
the likes of which we can ill
afford.

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Adm. Rickover
to Visit Israel

INDIANAPOLIS

Hyman Rickover, the re-
tired U.S. naval officer con-
sidered father of the nuclear
powered submarine, is
planning a trip to Israel this
summer, according to the
Jewish Post and Opinion.
Rickover, 82, will be the
guest of Israel's Association
of Veterans, the newspaper
reported.

The pleasant talk of the
dinner table promotes di-
gestion, and prevents the
mind from dwelling on the
grinding of the digestive
mill that is going on within
us.










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