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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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LOCAL NEWS

WHAT IS THE COR?

A MESSAGE FROM THREE
COMMUNITY LEADERS

PAUL BORMAN

Chairman, 58th Anniversary Dinner

The Council of Orthodox Rabbis is a community institution as well as
an ideal. Throughout the thousands of years of our existence as a peo-
ple the bond of our nation has been the community institutions that
serve as a reminder just how important our identity as Jews really is.
The COR with the active united cooperation of the twenty-five Rabbis
who volunteer their time, efforts and scholarship are committed to main-
taining the principles of Jewish practice. Their continued involvement
in every aspect of Jewish life and their care for the individual and com-
munal needs of Jews in this city regardless of personal orientation,
make it incumbent upon every one of us to actively support their ef-
forts. I look forward to seeing each and every one of you at the up-
coming banquet.

THE JEWISH NEWS

THIS ISSUE 130‘

SERVING DETROIT'S JEWISH COMMUNITY

THE
MEANING
OF THE
SIX DAY
WAR

President, Jewish Welfare Federation

The Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit, has enriched
our community through its perpetuation of traditional Jewish values.
The active role the Council plays is a vital one: Its delegation thru the
vibrancy of Jewish Life reaches the entire Jewish community. .
As an important part of our unique community, the Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis has been a strong voice for the very finest aspects of
Jewish tradition. The love of Torah and family and the commitment
to helping our people where ever there is need. Through my years of
involvement in communal life, I have been privileged to witness the
Council's role in the growth and cohesiveness of the Orthodox
community.
The Jewish Welfare Federation looks forward to continued
cooperative efforts such as the Neighborhood Project and others, which
unite our Detroit Jewish family.

Victory was swift
20 years ago, but
Israel is still dealing
with the consequences

he Si: Day War of June
1967 changed the entire Mideast equation, and

far more Israel's stunning victory over her Arab
neighbor, who had pledged to drive the Jewish
army into the sea, the underdog had become the
master, the tiny nation had more than doubled its
size, the powerless victim had become the ruler.
Jews throughout the world, who bad shared a

CoMmmi m Pag,,

Contents on Page 5

U.S. SENATOR CARL LEVIN

1986 Askin Tzibburi Awardee

Jewish News Cited
In Rockower Awards

The Council of Orthodox Rabbis' goal of seeking to preserve tradi-
tional Jewish values, is a very praiseworthy one.

STAFF REPORT

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS OF GREATER DETROIT
58TH ANNUAL DINNER-HONORING: RABBI LEIZER LEVIN

Wednesday, June 8, 1988 — Westin Hotel

FREE PARKING
RESERVATION 559-5005

COCKTAILS 6:00 P.M.
DINNER 7:00 P.M.

SPONSORS

Dr. Lawrence Loewenthal
Dr. Harris Mainster
Paul Newman
Irving Nusbaum
Marvin 011ender
Royal Oppenheim
Irving Palman
Spencer Partrich
David Pollack
(In memory of Morris
& Rose Pollack)
Joseph Roth
Fred Ruby

Dr. Phillip Friedman
Nathan Goldin
Martin Goldman
Martin Goodman
Seymour Greenstein
Samuel Hechtman
David Holtzman
David Hermelin
Dr. Howard Jacobs
Mrs. Hannah Karbal
Michael Karbal
Murray Katz
Irving Laker
Ed Levy, Jr.

Asa Shapiro
Mickey Shapiro
Soberman, Milgrom,
Cooper Families
Jerome Soble
Ernest Solomon
Mrs. Ira Sonnenblick
Max Stollman
Phillip Stollman
Marvin Tamaroff
Phillip Tewel
Gary Torgow
Dr. Arnold Zuroff

*Committes in formation

DONORS

Norman Allan
Hyman Beale
Harold Beznos
Jeffry N. Bonin
Dr. Henry Brystowski
Allen Charlupski
Steve Z. Cohen
Michael Egren
Franklin J. Ellias
Dr. Harvey Ellis
Leonard Ferber
Fred Ferber

••■

••

/ • •

1,

Joseph Fetter
Kenneth Fischer
Melvin P. Foster
Alvin Friedman
Al Gamer
David Glanz
Dr. Milford Golden
Max Goldsmith
Stewart Gottlieb
Rabbi Ernest E. Greenfield
Peter Heiman

II1"01

Award-winning front page.

Community to our people has always meant more than the shar-
ing of common geographic boundaries. A shared goal, a joint purpose
and the united efforts of communal activity have maintained the vibran-
cy of Jewish life through the millenia.

By supporting them, we stress the unity of our community and
the aspiration of our common goal.

Gustav Berenholz
Marvin Berlin
Harold Beznos
Max Biber
Leonard Borman
Paul Borman
Hon. Judge Avern Cohn
Rabbi Naftali Deutsch
Joseph Dressner
Isidore Eisenberg
Leo Eisenberg
Dr. Arnold Eisenman
Max Fisher
Morris Flatt

JUNE 5, 1937 / 8 SNAN 5747

SPECIAL REPORT

Leonard Herman
Herbert Kaufman
Jerome Kelman
Martin Lerner
Salek Lessman
Dr. Sidney Lutz
Dr. Joseph Nosanchuk
Sam Novetsky
Graham Orley
Benjamin Rosen
Burton Rosen

Al & Jeff Rosenberg
Abraham Selesny
Jack Shanfield
Jack Shenkman
Michael Solarz
Yehuda Stebbins
Howard Tapper
Morris Weiss
Mark Weitz
Gerry Wygod
Paul Zlotoff

`Committe in formation

T

he Jewish News won
a second-place award
for Page 1 makeup and
an honorable mention for
distinguished news reporting
in the 1988 Simon Rockower
Memorial Awards for Ex-
cellence in American Jewish
Journalism.
The Jewish News cover of
June 5, 1987, designed by
Kim Muller-Thym, earned
the second place award. The
issue carried a special report
on "The Meaning of the Six-
Day War" and the cover in-
cluded a color photograph of
a soldier praying at the
Western Wall in 1967 after
Jerusalem was reunited.
Staff writer David Holzel's
Close-Up article on Jonathan
Pollard on June 26, 1987,
"American Prisoner of Zion,"
earned honorable mention in
the news writing category.
Jewish News Editor Gary
Rosenblatt, who also edits the
Baltimore Jewish Times, won
a third-place award in the
news writing category for an
article that appeared in
Baltimore, "Baltimore Greets
A Jewish Hero."
Other contributors to The
Jewish News who were cited
included Wolf Blitzer, "The

Secrets Pollard Gave To
Israel"; Helen Davis, "Will
the Lavi Fly?", Joseph Aaron,
"Nazi Women"; Edwin Black,
"Pollard: Israeli-Jewish
American Relationship";
Michael Elkin, "All The
World's A Stage"; andartist
Giora Carmi for a cartoon on
the cost of being Jewish.

Early Deadlines

The Jewish News will have
early deadlines for the issues
of June 3 and June 10. The
local news deadline for June
3 will be at 12 noon, Thurs-
day, May 26. The local news
deadline for the June 10 issue
is noon June 1. Late copy will
be used the following week(s)
if it is still timely.

Rite Observed
At B'nai Israel

The first graduation of post
b'nai mitzvah at Cong. B'nai
Israel of West Bloomfield will
take place during June 4 ser-
vices. The post b'nai mitzvah,
Charles Bletstein, Aaron
Gach, David-Seth Kirshner,
Michael Rose, Steven We-
ingarden and Joel Zola, will
receive diplomas and be com-

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