Pisgah Lodge recently elected
Barney Levine as its new presi-
dent, succeeding Benjamin B.
Goldhoff. He will be installed
June 21 at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Other officers are Alfred
H. Bounin, G. Vernon Leopold
and Leo Hollander, vice presi-
Brodman, S i d-
ney Sidder and
sohn, seer e-
taries; Sam Sel-
er; Oscar Beck-
den; and Sher-
m a n Goldman,
hof f automati-
the post of chap-
Levine lain. Elected
trustees were Morris Berk, Irving
I, Boigan, Julius Corman, Isadore
Gussin, Joseph Gutterman, Louis
Gutter, Harold Lampert, Jack
Petterman, Morris Plotnick, Na-
than Rose. Arthur I. Shapiro. Sol
Steinberg, Irving Waserman and
to Attend Dinner
All Bnai Brith women who have
participated in the seven-week
leadership training course have
been invited to a dinner 6:30
p.m. Monday at the Workmen's
Circle Center, it was announced
by Mrs. Sidney Eidelman and
Mrs. Philip Edelheit, area leader-
Participants in the program
will be Mrs. Alan Nathan, presi-
dent of the Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Detroit; Mrs. Helen
Tack, past president of District 6;
and Mrs. Jack Sayles, junior past
president of the Detroit Council.
For information, call Mrs.
Eidelman, 342-1780, or Mrs. Edel-
heit, EL 6-7404.
BB Blood Bank Rally
to Close '65 Account
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's Coun-
cils will hold their fifth and last
blood bank rally of the year 5-11
p.m. Monday at Pepper School,
Oak Park, and Tuesday at Beth
Every donor will qualify for a
prize, including seven free savings
accounts of $18.
(that she's wearing bifocals!)
hold its annual rummage sale all
day Wednesday in the Knights of
Columbus Hall, Royal Oak. Mrs.
S. Werner is chairman,
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BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will hold a
board meeting 8:30 p.m. June 1
in the home of Goldie Ely, 17603
Detroit Chapter to Bid
Bon Voyage at Tea for
Mrs. Tack Wednesday
Triennial Convention of Bnai Brith
Opening This Sunday in Jerusalem
airlift of American and Canadian
delegates and guests to the trien-
nial convention of Bnai Brith will
depart for Israel this weekend.
Bnai Brith representatives from
five continents will attend the five-
day convention opening Sunday in
Jerusalem. Twelve Detroiters are
The Bnai Brith convention is
the second for the organization to
be held outside the United States.
The complex travel and housing
logistics for this year's assembly
include transporting the conven-
tion from its opening in Jerusalem
to subsequent sessions in Tel Aviv
and to the amphitheater near the
ruins of Caesarea, where Israel
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol will
address the delegates.
The convention will also hear
President Zalman Shazar of Is-
rael, former Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, U.S. Supreme Court
Justice Arthur J. Goldberg and
other prominent Israelis and lead-
ers of American Jewry.
A number of meetings will be
held in the auditorium of the
new Bnai Brith Building in Tel
Aviv. In a pre-convention cere-
mony, the auditorium will be
dedicated in honor of Eddie
Jacobson of Kansas City, a Bnai
Brith leader who was the close
friend and former business part-
ner of President Truman.
Jacobson was instrumental in
arranging the first White House
meeting between President Tru-
man and the late Chaim Weizmann
shortly before the establishment
of Israel's statehood. His widow,
Mrs. Bluma Jacobson, will par-
ticipate in the dedication.
The two announced candidates
to succeed him are Judge David
A. Coleman of Los Angeles, an
international vice president of
Bnai Brith, and Dr. William A.
Wexler of Savannah, a former
vice president, now chairman of
the Bnai Brith membership cabi-
The convention will mark the
100th anniversary of Bnai Brith's
association with Palestine. In
1865, the then-fledgling group ap-
propriated a sizeable portion of
its small treasury to aid Jewish
settlers in Palestine victimized by
a cholera epidemic.
Bnai Brith today maintains a
number of major service pro-
grams and installations throughout
Israel. These will be toured by
the conventon visitors,
Tal Brody of Illinois has been _
named to the Academic All- c-
American basketball team.
FOR EVERY OCCASION
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MOVIES, SINCE 1946
Helen Tack, secretary of the
WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS
National Bnai Brith Vocational
Guidance Commission, will be
honored by Detroit Lodge Chap-
DI 1-6990 or LI 3-3400
ter at a farewell tea noon Wed-
nesday at the Jewish Center. Mrs.
Tack leaves Detroit in June to
make her home in Beverly Hills,
A past president of Bnai Brith
Women District 6, Mrs. Tack also
From LONDON, ENGLAND
is past president of both Detroit
cil and the De-
"Distinctive Styling in Music
to your Individual Taste"
awards she has
received are the
tion Key, the BB
Hillel Key and
awards from the
tion, Israel Bond
ation and Red Mrs. Tack
Complete Selection of Kosher Frozen Foods
Cross Blood Bank. A native De-
troiter, Mrs. Tack was married to
the late Morris Tack and has three
Other activities include the dedi-
Between Hartwell & Schaefer
Mrs. Herbert Arons, president cation of the Bnai Brith Library
of Detroit Lodge Chapter ap- now under construction at Sde
pointed as arrangements chair- Boker in the Negev, and a me-
AMPLE FREE PARKING IN REAR
men Mesdames Harold Robinson, morial ceremony to Jewish victims
District 6 board member, and of the Nazi holocaust at the Bnai
Eugene Perlstein, past president Brith Martyrs' Forest in the Ju-
of Detroit Lodge Chapter. A fa- dean hills.
The library is part of the Mid-
shion show will be presented.
Friends of Mrs. Tack are in- rasha, an academy for research in
vited, as well as all BB members- desert reclamation established by
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the Israel government. The library
will ultimately contain, among
Pisgah Plans Salute
other volumes, Ben-Gurion's per-
sonal books and papers.
to Israel on Its 17th
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy" or "Bon Voyage"
Other speakers highlighting the
more important than what you say I
A salute to Israel on its 17th convention are Israel Deputy
how you say it. Expressions of sym-
anniversary will be given 8:30 p.m.
pathy, best wishes or congratulations
at the Labor Zionist Institute by eign Minister Golda Meir; Philip
are much more effective with a gift
M. Klutznick, Bnai Brith presi-
Pisgah Lodge, Bnai Brith.
basket that speaks for you . . . in an
The evening also will be devoted I.T.S.
eye - appealing, taste - tempting and
in part to the Martyrs Forest,
which Bnai Brith will officially Nations; Detroit's Rabbi Morris
We are Michigan's leader in
dedicate at the trienniel conven-
tion of the international order in logian and educator; and Label A.
GIFT BASKET PREPARATION
Katz, retiring president of Bnai
Israel in a few days.
There must be a reason!!
Heading the occasion will be
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum of Tem-
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two three-year terms, the maxi-
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James J. Blake Next
The Bnai Brith
will tower above
James J. Blake, deputy director
the Judean Hills
of the Office of Northern African
— a significant
Affairs, U. S. Department of State,
part of the eter-
will be the fourth lecturer in the
nal shrine which
15th Annual Franklin Memorial
Jews the world
Lecture Series, 8 p.m., Monday, in •
over have estab-
the Community Arts Auditorium
of Wayne State University. Blake,
the Jewish Na-
who will talk on "Nationalist Con-
tional Fund, to
flict in Africa," replaces G. Men-
nen Williams, Assistant Secretary
rate the 6,000,000 Jews annihila-
of State for African Affairs, who
ted in the Hitler holocaust. The is unable to appear.
Bnai Brith section, consisting of
Theme for the series is "The
500,000 trees, will be a living mem-
orial to the 500,000 members it Dimensions of Human Conflict."
I nn PURE BEEF
lost during that period.
The final lecture will be given
Barney Levine is incoming presi- by Dr. Ross Stagner, 32 Norwich,
Ka s h r u t h Supervision by
dent of Pisgah.
Pleasant Ridge, June 7, in the
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
There will be no admission Helen L. DeRoy Auditorium. Stag-
charge, and guests are invited.
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
ner is chairman of WSU's psychol-
ogy department and Franklin lec-
and two steady Mashgichim.
Toledo Young Adults Due turer for 1965. His topic will be
S. Gov't. Inspected
"The Dimensions of Human Con-
at Shaarey -Zedek Dance flict."
L F , I Sist
A R G A
The Shaarey Zedek Young
Adults have invited a young adult
group from Toledo as guests at a
dance to be held 9 p.m. Sunday at
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