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May 27, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-27

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Continued from Page 6

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are all personally committed
to the proper servicing to the
needs and requirements of
the Jewish community.
As of the beginning of 1988,
my company made a committ-
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troops abroad. Some of the
areas that we shipped
Passover products to included
the Pacific, the Far East, Cen-
tral America, Europe and
Alaska. This was quite an
undertaking, which required
the total dedication of all of

employees,

the employees of Raskin Food
Company.

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absolve myself and my com-
pany from any misapprehen-
sions that your readers (many
of whom are my personal
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about myself and my
company.

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President,
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Continued from Page 7

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10 FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1988

Although the halachic ob-
jections to the seminary's ac-
tion are overwhelming, the
practical and moral objections
are strong as well. Women
were made cantors before
there was somewhere to send
them and it was simply
assumed that the Cantors
Assembly would fall into line.
It was unfair not just to the
women involved, but to the
rest of the movement as well.
The Conservative move-
ment has now been granted a
reprieve by its cantors. It
should use this opportunity to
take a good look at itself.
No longer is it the largest
North American Jewish
movement. It has been
outstripped by Reform.
Reform leaders have gone so
far as to say that the recent
decision of the Rabbinical
Assembly rejecting
patrilineal descent, as well as
this decision by the cantors,
are only temporary interrup-
tions in the Conservative
movement's march along the
trails first blazed by Reform.
They were right on the or-
dination of women as rabbis.
Will they be right again?
Probably. The scenario may
well unfold as follows: The
Conservative movement will
begin a concerted lobbying ef-
fort with the cantors to
change their position as soon
as possible. A JTS ad-
ministrator will be given a
heretofore non-existent Can-
tors Assembly portfolio, and a
similar assignment will be
given in the Rabbinical
Assembly. Valuable time and
resources will be wasted in
erasing this "stain" from the
record. Our once grand move-
ment will have confirmed
itself as a "one-issue"
organization, myopically
focused on egalitarianism
and blinded to the real

spiritual needs of its own
constituency.
In the meantime, the tradi-
tionalists will continue
gathering a constituency of
Jews who are interested in
serious, open-minded and
observant Judaism.
The cantors have created
one last fork in the road for
Conservative Judaism. Never
again will it have this oppor-
tunity to return to true
pluralism. It can either
launch an all-out offensive to
crush the spirited resistance
of its cantors and other tradi-
tionalists, or it can choose to
make room for halachic
Judaism within its ranks.
The very survival of the
movement depends on this
choice.

I LOCAL NEWS)

Jewish Life
Exhibit Opens

The
Anti-defamation
League of B'nai B'rith and
the Jewish Historical Society
will host a special showing of
ADL's traveling photographic
exhibit, "Jewish Life in
Michigan," at a reception on
Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the
Michigan Historical Museum
in Lansing.
The exhibit, which has been
displayed in libraries,
museums and community
centers across the state,
traces the history and con-
tributions of Michigan's
Jewish citizens.
It is divided into five
historical periods, correspon-
ding to the principal waves of
Jewish immigration to the
United States, and begins
with Ezekiel Solomon who, in
1761, settled in Ft.
Michilimackinac to trade his
wares for furs.

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