nai 13rith, Activities
Detroit Bnai Brith Councils Planning
Maurice Zeiger Library at WS [T Hillel
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Maurice Zeiger died in June,
Brith Men's and Women's Councils while conducting the Men's Coun-
will honor the memory of Maurice cif installation ceremonies at
Zeiger by the establishment of the Temple Israel. He was a past pres-
library at the new Wayne State ident of Oak-Woods Lodge, past
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation. The president of the Men's Council and
Foundation will be part of the new a vice president of District Grand
Wayne State Religious Center Lodge 6.
At the recent convention in
The two councils are conducting Chicago, the district honored his
a campaign to raise $10,000 for memory by establishing the Mau-
this project. In charge are Mrs. rice Zeiger Memorial Forest in
David Levine and Sol Moss. Israel, and naming him, post-
Nathan D. Rubenstein is chairman humously, an honorary past presi-
of the campaign committee. dent of the district.
Mrs. Onrich Elected
BBYO Board Head
At the annual meeting of Bnai
Brith Youth Organization's board
of directors, Mrs. Henry P. Onrich
was elected chairman. Mrs. Onrich
had previously served as vice chair-
man of the board and is a past
president of • Detroit Bnai Brith
Serving with Mrs. Onrich are
vice chairmen Mrs. Harry Bodzin
and Mrs. Sanford Rosenthal. Sec-
retary to the board is Emanuel
Mandel, director of Michigan Re-
Mrs. Rosenthal was presented
with a District Service Award
Key denoting oustanding service
to Bnai Brith Youth. The na-
tional award is given annually
to individuals nominated by
The Michigan convention staff
included Emanuel Mandel, director
of Michigan Region BBYO; Melvin
Clayton, assistant director, Mich-
igan Region BBYO; Monty Pomm,
assistant director, Windsor Jewish
Community Center; Doris- Surath,
adviser to Haganah BBG; and
Benson Leet, adviser, Kennedy
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, August 6, 1965
travel to Cuba after being invited
to play in the Capablanca Memo-
rial Tournament in Havana Aug.
25. The State Department
"he does not fall within the depatt-
ment's established c r i t e r i a."
Travel to Cuba has been restricted
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Detroit Aleph Zadik Aleph Council
officers and chairman: Bob Burnstein,
Solomon AZA; Jay Kaner, Kennedy;
Richard Victor, Solomon; Len Farber,
Einstein; Chuck Krause, Solomon; -War-
ren Spinner, Kennedy; Stuart Cohen,
Rose; Robert Katkowsky, Aria; and
Richard Steinhart, Goode.
BBG Council officers: Edye Fagenson,
Mitzvah BBG; Linda Fink, Kadimah;
Debby Keller, Ruach; Gayle Meskin,
Savage; and Michele Sinkoff, Sy-teens.
Great Lakes Council officers and
chairman: Donna Cheriak, Strosberg;
Lonnie Propas, Herzl; Laureen Pomm,
Rachel; Linda Young, Haganah; Diane
Wolfe. Haganah; Miriam Muroff, Rachel;
and Alan Kaufman, Galilee.
NEW YORK—U.S. chess cham-
pion Bobby Fischer, 22, will not
be allowed to play in an interna-
tional tournament in Cuba later
this month, by order of the State
Fischer made the request for
endorsement of his passport for
Elected as community members
of the board of directors are:
Dr. Irving Panush, Judge Joseph
Pernich, Judge George Kent, Carl
AND PASSED BY
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help Judaism flourish in the Dias-
two years will be Mrs. Molly cs
The vital role of Jewish teen- Weiner, Allan Nathan, Mrs. Allan
agers outside of Israel was ex- Weitzman, David Bittker, Mrs. Al
AFTER TISHA b'AV (Sunday, Aug. 8)
plored by 86 leadership training Stein, Mrs. Sidney Eidelman, Mrs.
program participants of the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization and son and Mrs. Philip Fealk. Serving
as the immediate past chairman
Holding a one-day joint meet- of the board is * Bernard
ing at Camp Bnai Brith, Starlight,
Pa., the youth of the BBYO Inter- St. Louis BB Loan Fund
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the Young Judaea Machon pro-
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grams called for Jewish educa-
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"Proper Jewish religious train- with $500 in 1934, has aided the
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"Jewish teenagers • should be project, Mrs. Hyman Weisman.
The fund has now grown to $12,-
urged to develop a greater religi-
ous awareness and encouraged to 000 and; this year, will provide
seek the full meaning of holiday scholarships to between 20 and 22
and sabbath rituals in their heri- applicants, she said.
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDOWN TO 1 A.M.
The loans, Mrs. Weisman said,
tage," they added.
Rabbi Myron Fenster of the are repaid by the students, with-
Jackson Heights, N.Y. Jewish out interest, many of them adding
Center, Kallah resident scholar, their own contributions when they
enter their chosen professions.
greeted the teenage leaders.
Dr. Daniel Thursz, Baltimore, is Among the students aided, she re-
Kallah director. Bernard Weiss- ported, have been a world-famous
berg, New York, is Machon direc- nuclear scientist, prominent medi-
tor. Kallah youth coordinators are cal, psychiatric and surgical practi-
Steve Goldberg, Chicago, and El- tioners, a political science profes-
len Zeff, Detroit. Charles Fried- sor, a Jewish Federation executive
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AL CHAPTER will hold its annual
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in OratoryContest Viewed at Kallah
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Barbara Center of Windsor, a
member of the Michigan delega-
tion to the District 6 Bnai Brith
Youth Organization convention in
Elkhart Lake, Wis., placed first in
the girls oratory contest.
Barbara was among 350 repre-
sentatives from Midwest chapters
who gathered to discuss issues vital
to Jewish youth today. Theme was
"A BBYO Goal: Individual De-
velopment . . . Jewish Youths'
Task of Defining Itself." Conven-
tioneers were representing 9,000
members of Midwest Bnai Brith
Other local names who made
news were Edye Fagenson of
Mitzvah Chapter, who was elected
district vice president; and Carol
Kadushin of Farmington, Aliyah
BBG, who was elected reporter.
Leading the 65-member Michi-
gan delegation were the following:
Chess Champ Bobby Fisher Refused Passport to Cuba
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