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May 03, 1985 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-03

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\ THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 3, 1985; r 17

A message from Paul Borman

For more than half a century, the Detroit
Jewish Community has benefitted from the
singularly authoritative leadership of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis. The dynamic
work of the Council has made Detroit a
community with the highest standard of ob-
servance in a unified atmosphere with defi-

nite goals.
Regardless of one's personal affiliation,
he cannot help but benefit from the forthright
work of the Vaad Harobonim. The absence
of competitive strife, so prevalent in splin-
tered communities, is due in large measures
to the determination of the Council to keep

the Detroit Jewish Community among the
finest in the quality of its religious observance
and standards. The vitality of your faith is
enhanced by their presence.
We call on you to unite in supporting
their efforts on our behalf.

Plan to attend the

55th Anniversary Banquet
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit



Monday, May 20 at the Renaissance Ballroom Westin Hotel

Cocktails at 6 p.m. • Dinner at 7 p.m. (Free Parking) • Contributions $75 Per Person

Honoring Dr. Howard Jacobs

*SPONSOR COMMITTEE

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Ivan Bloch — Leonard Borman
Henry Dorfman

HONORARY CHAIRMEN:
Judge Avern Cohen
Max Fisher
DINNER CO-CHAIRMEN:
Marvin Berlin
Harold Beznos
David Hermelin •
David Holtzman

CO-CHAIRMEN

Max Biber
Stuart W. Giller
Melvin Gitler
Nathan Goldin
Martin Goldman
Seymour Greenstein
Harold Hass
Samuel Hechtmon
The Karbal Family
Morris Katz
Paul Kohn
Irving Laker
Salek Lessman
Ed Levy, Jr.
Dr. Harris Mainster
Irving Nusbaum

GENERAL CHAIRMAN:
Paul Borman

David Pollack

(In memory of
Morris and Rose Pollack)

Joseph Roth
Jack Shenkman
David Silver
The Soberman,
Milgrom,
Cooper Families
Jerome Sable
Max Stollmon
Phillip Stollman
Marvin Yagoda
Barry Yaker
Paul Zlotoff
Paul Zuckerman

PATRONS CO CHAIRMEN:
Royal Oppenheim
David Pollack
Nathan Soberman
Dr. Lawrence Loewenthal

-

GUEST SPEAKER:

*Committee in Formation

The Honorable Arlen Specter, dis-
tinguished United States Senator
of Pennsylvania and staunch
supporter of the State of Israel.

ONLY THE COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS

KASHRUTH Supervision for bakeries, butchers, cater-
ers, hospitals, senior citizen homes, and food products.
MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE Protecting Jewish family
integrity.
ADOPTION implementing standards and maintaining
records.
CONVERSION Training, guidance, and conversion ac-
cording to Halacha.
FAMILY COUNSELING Offered to all who seek help.
JEWISH EDUCATION AND INFORMATION Publica-
tions seminars courses. Library on Jewish heritage.

VAAD HORABONIM OFFICERS:
President
Rabbi Leizer Levin
Menahel
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner
Vice President Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash
Secretary ....Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg
Treasurer ...Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg

PROVIDES ALL THESE COMMUNITY SERVICES

CHAPLAINCY For hospitals, nursing homes, senior
citizen centers.
BETH DIN Rabbinical court decides questions of
Jewish law, settles disputes according to Jewish tradi-
tion.
KOSHERGRAM Monthly bulletin for kosher consum-
ers.
KASHERING Conversion of non-ko.sher homes to
kosher

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