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April 11, 1986 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-11

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Friday, April 11, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

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for the finest in all
Collectibles"

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Livonia • 261-5220

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Excluding all other offers and specials
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Akiva Hebrew Day School families have contributed a garden of 100
trees to establish the "Forest of Challenger 7" in memory of the
Challenger space shuttle astronauts. Edward Rosenthal, left,
executive director of Jewish National Fund in Michigan, presented a
special plaque to Akiva's executive director, Philip Applebaum.

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Planning a parlor meeting to be held in tidvance of the Jewish
National Fund June 18 tribute dinner honoring Rabbi and Mrs. M.
Robert Syme are, from left: Franklin Ellias, JNF president; Barton
M. Berman and Robert Sosnick.

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Fancy Funerals Deplored
By Rhode Island Rabbis

Providence(JTA) — The
Rhode Island Board of Rabbis
has issued a statement urging
utmost simplicity in the conduct
of Jewish funerals in line with
the concept that all are equal in
death.
The statement stressed that
ostentation at funerals "is con-
trary to Jewish tradition and
practice." Family and friends
should contribute to worthy
caused in memory of the de-
ceased individual instead of
sending flowers. The board also
urged the use of a simple
wooden coffin, as the Jewish
tradition mandates.

With reference to the "meal of
consolation" mourners tradi-
tionally partake of upon return-
ing from a funeral, the Board of
Rabbis stated it should "not be a
social occasion." Elaborate
meals should be avoided, and
the food should be provided by
friends and relatives, not the
mourners.
"Mourners shall not consider
themselves hosts who serve
their visitors during shim," the
seven-day mourning period,
either, the statement continued.
Visitors should not expect or
encourage the "creation of fes-
tive hospitality."

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