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August 01, 1986 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-01

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SERVING DETROIT'S JEWISH COMMUNITY

AUGUST 1, 1986 / 25 TAMMUZ 5746

Rabbis Plan Action
Against Butcher

ALAN HITSKY

News I?Thtor

The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit is planning to take
further action against Bernard and
Son Kosher Meats in Farmington
Hills for allegedly having non-kosher
meat in its store.
After removing its supervision
and sign of certification July 17, the
rabbis announced that they will con-
tinue to seek "a proper resolution in
the appropriate arena" based on the
claimed discovery by its inspector
(mashgiach) of non-kosher meat in
the store as well as the previously un-
disclosed findings of a private inves-
tigator.

Following the mashgiach's report
July 17, a meeting of the entire Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis (Vaad
Harabonim) was called that same
day. Store proprietor Bernard Rayber
appeared before the rabbis. The
Vaad's menahel, Rabbi Chaskell
Grubner, and secretary, Rabbi
Elimelech Goldberg, told The Jewish
News this week that Rayber did not
provide information to the rabbis
about the customer who bought the
allegedly non-kosher meat discovered
by mashgiach Leo Steinmetz that
morning. The rabbis, they said, were
prepared to visit the customer and re-
inspect the suspected meat.
Rabbi Goldberg told The Jewish

Continued on Page 16

LaRouche Candidates
Vie For Primary Win

'Mainstream' Democrats are running active
campaigns to defeat LaRouche followers

DAVID HOLZEL

Reflecting On
Federation's Rebirth

Wayne Feinstein looks back on his
four-year "stewardship" here as he
faces the challenge of the Los Angeles
community.

Page 11

Staff Writer

Eleven members of the National
Democratic Policy Committee
(NDPC), the organization headed by
Lyndon LaRouche, are running for
nomination in Michigan's Democratic
congressional primaries Tuesday.
They face a tough, uphill battle. Not
only are they running against incum-
bents, but the Michigan State Demo-
cratic Party is working to insure that
the Illinois debacle of last spring
won't be repeated in Michigan. Two
LaRouche candidates were nominated
to statewide posts in that race.
"Bolstered by the Illinois win,
they think they can do it here," said
Mary Ryan Taras, Oakland County
Democratic chairman. "Normally one
surprise is all you get. It's very dif-
ficult to take on an incumbent con-
gressman."
One incumbent with a LaRouche
opponent is Sander Levin, U.S. repre-
sentative for the 17th District.
"We're taking no chances and are

campaigning actively throughout the
district," Levin said of his campaign
strategy. No one in the district likes
extremists."
"My opponent . . . is a follower of
Lyndon LaRouche, a peddler of fear
and hate," one Levin campaign flyer
reads.
"I think that with every day, the
public has more and more information

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Obituaries

94

Danny Raskin . . .. .

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Singles

75

Synagogues

40

Women

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