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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Butcher's Attorney
Denies Allegations

ALAN HITSKY

News Editor

B

ernard Rayber "never
has, never did, and never
will" have non-kosher
meat in his Bernard and Son
Kosher Meats butcher store,
Rayber's attorney said this
week.
John Kaplansky also told The
Jewish News that his client
specifically denies the charge
that the mashgiach (inspector)
for the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Greater Detroit (Vaad
Harabonim) found non-kosher
meat in his store on July 17.
That finding led to the removal
of the Vaad's supervision of
Bernard and Son.
Kaplansky said that Rayber,
who is hospitalized after double
bypass heart surgery, is con-
templating legal action against
the Vaad.
"I believe that the proofs that
they (the Vaad) have are not
proofs," Kaplansky said Tues-
day. Referring to an inves-
tigator's report that Rayber was
seen taking a shipment of pack-
ages from his brother's non-
kosher packing house in Ham-
tramck to his Farmington Hills
butcher shop, Kaplansky said,
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"I believe that the
proofs they have are
not proofs."

other aspects are adjudicable in
a civil court. The proofs the
Vaad relied upon," he said, "are
nothing in a court of law."
He also attributed the stress
of the incident and allegations
as• contributing factors in
Rayber's current "cardiac
episode."
Rayber is considering legal
action, Kaplansky said, because
he has been accused of a crime
— selling non-kosher meat as
kosher meat — and "falsely ac-
cusing someone of a crime is
slander." The attorney sent a
letter to the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis last Friday, demanding
that the Vaad publish a retrac-
tion in the same way they dis-
seminated news of the charges.
Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg,
rabbi at Young Israel of South-
field and secretary-of the Vaad,
responded by saying "We stand
in good conscience that our in-
formation is correct, and that
the issues will be decided in the
appropriate arena." He said the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis is
working with legal counsel and
is planning to take action in the
case. "We have also been in con-
tact with the local Jewish agen-
cies and the state Attorney
General's office," he said, "and
. we hope to move forward

quickly." But he could not give
a time-frame for action.
The Detroit Area Retail
Kosher Meat Dealers Associa-
tion, of which Bernard & Son is
a member, commissioned their
own investigation of the
charges, utilizing Rabbi Jack
Goldman, administrator of the
Metropolitan Kashruth Council
of Michigan. Rabbi Goldman
interviewed the principals in-
volved, and his three-page re-
port to the association sum-
marized the events and the alle-
gations.
Allan Cohen, proprietor of
New Orleans Kosher Meats and
president of the association, said
the group's executive board re-
ceived the report and is now
waiting for Bernard Rayber's
health to improve before
scheduling a meeting to discuss
the issue with him.

South American
Jews Condemn
Religious Attacks

Buenos Aires (JTA) — The
Jewish leadership of Peru and
Argentina formally condemned
bombings of Catholic and
Muslim houses of worship in
their countries and have con-
veyed their sympathy and
solidarity with the other
religious faiths, the World
Jewish Congress reported here
last Sunday.
In Peru, the Asociacion Judia
del Peru, the representative
body of Peruvian Jewry and the
WJC Affiliate here, issued a
communique over the signature
of its President Jose Behar ex-
pressing "deep indignation" at
the violent attacks against two
Roman Catholic churches in the
country.
"It is painful for us to witness
how far intolerance has gone
throughout the nation, since not
even the respectable and vir-
tuous houses of prayer have been
spared. As Jews, having been
victims of all sorts of persecu-
tions, outrages and murder
throughout our long history, we
cannot keep silent in the face of
this barbarous attack full of
fanaticism and violence."
The message was personally
conveyed to Bishop Augusto
Vargas Alzamora, Secretary
General of the Peruvian Bishops
Conference.
In Buenos Aires, the Daia, the
representative body of Argen-
tine Jewry, condemned the bom-
bing of a mosque in the city
which was about to be inaug-
urated.
The Data's statement, signed
by its president Dr. David
Goldberg, expressed "it most
energetic condemnation and
repudiation in the face of the
criminal attempt against the
socio-cultural Islamic complex
of this city."

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