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Activities

Samuel Bank Elected President
of Detroit Bnai Brith Men's Council

Samuel G. Bank, past president
of Marshall Lodge and vice presi-
dent of the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Men's Council, was
elected to serve as Council presi-
dent for the coming year.
Elected to serve with Bank are
Avram B. Charlip, Bernard Pan-
ush, Arthur Schott and George
Tarnoff, vice presidents; Harry
Pearson, treasurer; and David Bit-
tker and Max Kushner, secretar-
ni,:::*:::::--

SAMUEL BANK

ies. Trustees elected were Ber-
nard Whiteman, Henry Cohn, Rob-
ert Israel, Herman Kasoff, 'Wil-
liam Katz, Max Lieberman, Harry
Nathan, Sanford Roth and Sol
Superfon. Elected to the board of
governors for District Grand
Lodge No. 6 were current Coun-
cil President Sol Moss and Na-
than Rubenstein.
Bank has a long record in local
Bnai Brith and community affairs.
A member since 1940, he has
served as president of the Detroit
Bowling Association; was awarded
the William B. Chatman Award
for outstanding service to his
lodge and to the order; and re-
ceived a citation from the Su-
preme Lodge for his efforts on
behalf of the Israel Bond Cam-
paign. He was a delegate to both
the triennial Bnai Brith conven-
tion in Washington and the trien-
nial convention in Israel. Bank is
a member of the Hannah Schloss
Old Timers; has been a delegate
to the Jewish Community Coun-
cil for many years; and is an ac-
tive worker in the Allied Jew-
ish Campaign.
He and hls wife Molly live on
Schaefer Ave. and have two chil-
dren, Eliot and Mrs. Lloyd Adel-
son. They are members of Temple

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Israel. He is associated with Mil-
an Wineries and is a member of
the Michigan Drug Travelers As-
sociation.
The installation of officers will
take place June 23 at Temple Is-
rael. Arrangements are under the
leadership of Herman Kasoff, in-
stallation chairman, and Hyman
Crystal, executive secretary of the
Metropolitan Bnai Brith Council.
For reservations, call the Council
office, DI 1-0863.

*

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PHILIP HANDLER-EAST SIDE
LODGE has installed Jules Ab-
rams, president; Arthur Harris,
Herbert Miller, Gerald Nakell and
David Yamshon, vice presidents;
Morris Blechman, recording and
corresponding secretary; Ben Co-
lumbus, financial secretary and
treasurer; Albert Cooper, guardian;
Stephen Lash, warden; and Ben
Weinstein, chaplain. Trustees elect-
ed are Ben Elkin, Sheridan Holz-
man, Harold Marshall, Harry
Swartz, Louis Fligman, Martin
Karlin and Frank Silverman, plus
all past presidents.
* * *
DOWNTOWN-FOX C H A PT E R
will hold its annual paid-up mem-
bership cook-out 7 p.m. Wednesday
at the home of Belle Frayne, 15026
Hartwell. Dues may be paid at the
door. For reservations, call Mollie
Seid, UN 3-3342, or Ethel Fox, UN
4-5697. President is Charlotte
Sherman.
* * *
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER will
hold its paid-up membership din-
ner and games party 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in Workman's Circle
Center. Dues accepted at the door.
Those needing a ride, may call
Mrs. Morton Steinhart, UN 4-8172.

Rabbi GERALD I. WOLPE of
TOM BORMAN was elected a
Harrisburg, Pa., has been appoint- member of the board of Detroit
ed chairman for youth activities Retail Merchants Association.
of the World Council of Syna-
Maurice Aronsson, chairman of
the board of Aronsson Printing gogues. president Emanuel G.
Scoblionko announced.
Co., received a citation of merit
at the Mercy College of Detroit
honors convocation Wednesday,
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fund of the Histadrut campaign
to build a vocational school in Is-
rael to be named for the senator.
More than 600 guests attended the
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Isenberg Head of Temple Men's Club

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, June 4, 1965

as legislation chairman of the De-
troit Council of PTAs, is an as-
sociate chairman of the account-
ants division of the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
He is a member of the cemetery
board of Temple Beth El. His fa-
ther, the late William B. Isen-
berg, served for many years as
chairman of the cemetery board
and is a member of the board of
trustees of the Temple.
Isenberg is married to the for-
mer Helene Michel and is the
father of three boys.
* *
SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S CLUB
officers were installed by Rabbi
Irwin I. Groner at the annual
ceremony recently. President is
Leonard E. Baron; vice president,
David A. Goldman; secretaries,
Bernard Breyer, Marvin Fleisch-
man and Robert A. Steinberg; and
treasurer, Myron Milgrom.

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Israeli Cabinet Co-opts
Moshe Carmel to Ministry

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The cabi-
net decided to co-opt Moshe Car-
mel, Ahdut Avoda member of the
Knesset, to serve as minister of
transport, in place of Israel Bar-
Yehuda who died earlier this
month. Cannel served in the same
capacity from 1955 to 1959.
At the same cabinet meeting
Premier Levi Eshkol announced
that Chaim Zadok, minister of com-
merce and industry, would take
over the development ministry
portfolio formerly held by Yosef
Almogi, who resigned over the
Mapai split between Premier Esh-
kol and former Premier David Ben-
Gurion. The housing ministry port-
folio which was also held by Al-
mogi, will be taken over by the
premier, Eshkol said.

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MEN'S CLUBS

Bernard R. Isenberg was elected
president of the Men's Club of
Temple Beth El at the 46th annual
meeting. Other officers elected
were: Robert N. Canvasser and
Martin K. Stein, vicepresidents;
Stanley J. Clamage, treasurer; Mil-
ton Shafran, secretary; and Samuel
Petok, assistant secretary.
Board members for a two-year
term: Albert M.
Colman, J. Leon
Gittlen, Stuart A.
Graff, Ronald L.
Greenberg, Nor-
man Jaslove, Aid
Kushner, Harold
Lawson, Jerome
L. Reiss, Murray
Rosenthal, R o b -
ert Schwartz,
Merton J. Segal,
and Richard
Isenberg
Strichartz, William Harris was
elected to the board for a one-year
term. Directors holding over for
one more year are: Albert D. Blat-
nikoff, Daniel Carpenter, William
M. Ellmann, Philip M. Fisher, Gor-
don S. Gard, George Karden, Mar-
shall F. Loewenstein, Dr. Samuel
Millstone, Nathan S. Peterman,
Robert L. Rosenbush and Walter
Shapero.
A graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity, where he received a Bach-
elor of science degree in business
administration, Isenberg is a cert-
ified public accountant active in
the Michigan Association of Certi-
fied Public Accountants. He also
attended the University of Michi-
gan, where he was a member of
Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity, was
instrumental in the formation of
the Detroit Alumni Chapter of the
fraternity and served as its first
president for two years. He was
for several years on the Mayor's
Committee for Children and Youth.
He is a past president and treas-
urer of Vernor School PTA, served

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