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June 11, 1982 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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Friday, June 11, 1982 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Plan to attend the

53rd Anniversary
Banquet

of the

Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit

Tuesday, June 22 at the Renaissance Ballroom
Westin Hotel

(Free Parking)

Cocktails at 6 p.m. • Dinner at 7 p.m.

Contributions $65 per person

Sponsor Committee

GENERAL CHAIRMAN

A message
to the
Jewish
Community

IVAN BLOCH, HENRY DORFMAN,
DAVID HERMELIN

Co - Chairmen

Marvin Berlin

Ed Levy, Jr.

Paul Borman

Dov Loketch

Leonard Borman

Jacob Nosanchuk

Judge Avern Cohn

Irving Nusbaum

John D. Daniels

Royal A. Oppenheim

Morris Flatt

(In Memory of
Rabbi Joshua Sperka)

Nathan Goldin

Martin Goldman

Sam Hechtman

David Holtzman

The Karbal Family

Julius Katz

Morris Katz

Eugene Kraus

Salek Lessman

PAUL BORMAN

HONORARY CHAIRMEN

IRWIN I. COHN, MAX FISHER,
JULIUS ROTENBERG

DINNER CO CHAIRMEN

-

DR. MOREY FIRESTONE, NATHAN SOBERMAN

PATRONS COMMITTEE

ED LEVY, JR., DAVID HOLTZMAN

For over half a century the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit, has
served the vital role of safeguarding the rich
tradition and religious heritage of the Detroit
Jewish Community.
I hope that there will be a strong showing
of support from the community at the
forthcoming 53rd annual banquet on June 22,
1982 at the Detroit Westin Hotel.

David Pollack

(In Memory of
Morris & Rose Pollack)

Jack Shenkman

__David Silver

The Soberman, Milgrom
and Cooper Families

Jerome Soble

Co - Chairmen

PATRONS

Norman Allan
Donald Barris
Hyman Beale
Max Biber
Reubin Dubrinsky
Kenneth Fischer
Aaron H. Ginsberg
Dr. Milford Golden
Max Goldsmith
Stuart Gottlieb
Samuel Grand
Rabbi E. E. Greenfield
Peter Helman
Leonard Herman
Herbert Kaufman
Jerome Kelman
Paul Kohn
Irving Laker

Max Stollman

Phillip Stollman

David B. Hermelin

Co-Chairman
Sponsor Committee

VAAD HORABONIM OFFICERS

RABBI LEIZER LEVIN
RABBI CHASKEL GRUBNER
RABBI YAAKOV GORDON

President
Menahel
Vice-President

Dr. Harris Mainster
Robert Naftaly
Paul Newman
Sam Novetsky
Joseph Nusbaum
Irving Palman
Seymour Rabinowitz
Harry Rott
Joseph Roth
Henry Raiber
Jack Shanfield
Max Sosin
Robert A. Stewart
Irving N. Weiss
Morris Weiss
Mark Weitz
Paul Zuckerman

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER

Honoring
Leonard
Borman

SENATOR BOB PACKWOOD

UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM OREGON

Senator Packwood led the fight in the Senate
against the sale of AWACS to Saudi Arabia.

Engaged in outstanding philanthropic
acts for Jewish endeavors and humanitar-
ian deeds for all mankind.

Great-grandson of an Oregon
pioneer, Senator Packwood gradu-
ated from Willamette University and
New York University School of Law.
In 1968 he was elected to the Unit-

ed States Senate as the youngest
Senator in the 91st Congress and is
now serving his 3rd term.
Senator Packwood is Chairman of
the Commerce, Science and Trans-

For more information call 559-5005

portation Committee; Chairman of
the Taxation Subcommittee of the
Finance Committee and a member
of the Small Business Committee.

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