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September 16, 1983 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Look how easy it is
dial a loved one
in Israel!

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Readers1
Forum

Materials submitted to the
Readers Forum must be
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be withheld from publica-
tion upon request. No un-
signed letters will he pub-
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returned unless a stamped,
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enclosed.

Kosher Meat

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like to dial
in Israel?

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NATIONAL
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COUNTRY
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CITY
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JERUSALEM

011

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2

HAIFA

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4

RAMAT GAN

011

972

3

TEL AVIV

011

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LOCAL
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5 5 5 5

Editor, The Jewish News:
We were shocked by the
"revelation" that Rabbi
Jack Goldman has dis-
covered a new source for
kosher meat to be used by
all kosher meat dealers in
our community. This par-
ticular company had been
approved by the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis more than
two years ago; and, indeed,
butcher shops under the
supervision of the Vaad
Harabonim have been using
this meat for some time.
Purchase of kosher meat
by the butcher shop does not
guarantee the quality of
kashrus observed. The
Vaad does not deal with an
association but with indi-
vidual butcher shops. Each
shop has a permanently as-
signed mashgiakh (super-
visor) who is responsibile
for the washing of meat,
koshering of meat that is
not pre-koshered and mak-
ing certain meat does not
become "treif" through
being ground before kosher-
ing.
The Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Greater Detroit
has always striven to main-
tain the highest standards
of kashrus in our commu-
nity and will continue to do
so without seeking spurious
publicity.

Friday, September 16, 1983 15

NOTE: If your phone is equipped with Touch-Tone"
service, pressing the # button after you've
completed dialing will speed your call along.

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Rabbi Leizer Levin,

President, Council
of Orthodox Rabbis

The Hazzanim

Editor, The Jewish News:
Concerning the article
"The Dilemma of Our Haz-
zanim" in the Sept. 2 Jewish
News:
My father, Cantor Jacob
Sonenklar, never had the
problem posed by Mr.
Rosenbaum. My father was
always prepared, and his
prayers were rendered to
God for all his people.

Mrs. Robert Tucker
Marco Island, Fla.

Soviet Prisoner
Fires Attorney

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Soviet prisoner of con-
science Yosef Begun, dis-
missed his court-appointed
lawyer after he urged
Begun to plead guilty of
charges of "anti-Soviet agi-
tation and propaganda," the
Greater New York Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry re-
ported.
Begun, if found guilty,
could receive up to 12 years
in a labor camp and exter-
nal exile for his "crime" of
teaching Hebrew and prom-
oting Jewish culture in
Russia.

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