THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, June 10, 1966
ADL Charges Birch Society Twisting
California Study to Stir Up Hatred
NEW YORK — The Anti-
Defamation League of .Bnai Brith
charged the John Birch Society
with taking "a long step toward
its appeal to bigots" — the "de-
liberate promotion of hostility"
between Christians and Jews..
Arnold Forster, general coun-
sel of ADL and co-author of a
recent book on the society, de-
clared that Birch spokesmen
throughout the country were "false-
ly and maliciously" interpreting
the findings of a University of
California scientific study on
"Christian Beliefs and Anti-Sem-
itism" as a diatribe against church-
going and Christian religions. He
also replied to attacks on the
league of Birch spokesmen.
The study, made by sociologists
Oakland University, Brandeis Women Co-Sponsor
The Famous Chamber Music Trio in Concert
man is ticket chairman, with com-
mittee members, Mesdames Wil-
liam Deutsch, Aubrey Goldman,
Jacob Kellman, Norman Levy, Har-
old Marko and Eugene Sims.
Mrs. Zussman advises that the
chapter's supply of tickets will be
limited, and orders will be process-
ed in the order in which they are
It is the initial volume in a
series based on five years of re-
For reservations, call Mrs. Zuss-
search made by the center under
man, LI 2-5344, or write to Brandeis
an ADL grant and is already being
University Concert, 8329 Hendrie,
used by Protestant and Catholic
religious leaders who are con-
Installation of officers of the
cerned with the problem and are
Detroit Chapter will be held 12:30
seeking ways to solve it.
p.m. June 21 at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Herbert Burdick, presi-
Maxwell Jospey, 27887 Fairway
dent of the Detroit Chapter,
Forster cited newspaper reports
quoting society officials in crit- Brandeis University National Hills, Franklin. A dessert lunch-
icism of the Anti-Defamation Women's Committee, announces eon will be served.
Mrs. Eugene P. Sims, former
that the Detroit Chapter will
League for allegedly telling the
American public that "the more participate in planning for this president of the Detroit Chapter,
will conduct the installation.
special benefit concert.
time Catholics and Protestants
Mrs. Gerald Sucher is general
Mrs. Walter Fields, program
spend in church the more anti-
chairman, and Mrs. Milton Zuss- vice-president, has arranged for
Semitic their feelings are."
at the University of California
Survey Research Center and pub-
lished last April by Harper and
Row, documented how the mis-
application of Christian beliefs
reinforces and fosters anti-Jewish
Isaac Stern, Eugene Isto.min and
Leonard Rose, world-famous trio,
who will conduct a three-week
chamber music institute at the
Meadow Brook summer music
school, will be presented in con-
cert 8:30 p.m. July 19 at Oakland
University, with Brandeis Univer-
sity women as c-o-sponsors.
This performance will be held
in the Howard C. Baldwin Memo-
rial Pavilion on Meadow Brook
Festival Grounds, marking the first
time that this main facility of the
festival has been used for chamber
New Publication Focuses
on Rights Legislation
A-tt- A Activities
Mrs. Charles Solovich, chair-
man of the Michigan Regional
Advisory Board of the Anti-
DETROIT SHOLEM ALEICHEM
Defamation League of Bnai Brith, LODGE will celebrate its fourth
announced the publication of the anniversary at the installation of
periodical "Law," for "lay and officers 6 p.m. June 19 at the
professional workers in the field Sholem Aleichem Institute. Chair-
of human relations." It contains a man is Harry Cash and M. K. Ro-
detailed breakdown and analysis senthal will be toastmaster. Hy
of all civil rights legislation adopt- Crystal, executive director of the
ed in the state legislatures through- Bnai Brith Council, will release
Out the nation in 1965.
outgoing officers and install the
Future issues, according to Mrs. following: Philip Kaplan, presi-
Solovich, will report on major de- dent; I. Fischoff, Philip Levine and
velopments in the field of law W. Litt, vice presidents: M. K.
which have a direct and immediate Rosenthal, Morris Covensky and
impact on areas of concern to Nathan Weiss, secretaries; Jacob
Jewish civil rights organizations. Gubow, treasurer; Meyer Lewen-
Mrs. Solovich said that the new thal, warden; Samuel Bassin, guar-
ADL publication will devote itself dian; and Abe Applebaum, hospi-
to an examination of efforts to taler.
Secure equal rights in the field of
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housing, employment, education
ISRAEL CHAPTER will hold its
and social accommodations and
annual retention dinner for all
for protection of religious free- paid-up members 8 p.m. Tuesday
dom and the rights of religious at the Workmen's Circle Center.
Cocktails will be served at 7 p.m.
Dues may be mailed to Elinor
Winkelman, 15200 Kenton, Oak
Park, or Toby Lantz, 30255 Wood-
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HARRY B. KEIDAN LODGE
will hold its 23rd annual stag in-
stallation of officers 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Imperial Catering.
Those being installed are Phillip
Chapnick, president; Edward Sin-
ger, Samuel Chavkin and Harold
Jaffa, vice presidents; Alfred Lak-
in, Stanley Dicksteen, and Harry
Oberstein, secretaries; Max Smith,
treasurer; Judge Charles Kaufman,
chaplain; Seymour Horowitz, as-
sistant chaplain; David Gross, war-
den; Michael Milan, guardian; and
Sam Hassin, Louis Nathanson, Eu-
gene Lastar, Herman Schmier,
Richard Lobenthal, Allen Zemmol,
Phillip Stein, Judge Ben Burdick,
Gerald Sudher and Myron Sem-
pliner, trustees. Cocktails will pre-
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REX CHAPTER will meet 8:15
p.m. Wednesday at the Oak Park
Community Center. George Armour
of Oak Park's Department of pub-
lic safety will speak on "The
Womanly Art of Self-Defense". Re-
freshments will be served. The
public is invited.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER will have
a paid-up membership dinner 6:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute. A program,
"Songs of Service," will be pre-
sented. Dues will be accepted at
10 of Detroit's Brandeis students
to give a "Student's View of
Brandeis University." They are
Donald Aptekar, Kenneth Axel-
rod, Judy Drachler, Ruth Kaplan,
Babette Krolik, Andy Ross, Rich-
ard Sarason, Paul Schneider, Eda
Warren and Daniel Zemon.
Board members are Mesdames Herbert
Aaronson, Gerald Aptekar, Murray Berg-
man, Alex Etkin, Karl Girshman, Melvin
Kolbert, Mandell Lansky, 'William Mazer.
Victor Shiffman, Harry Singer, Max
Warren, Dennis Rands, Robert Gordon,
Milton Sorock, Theodore Birnkrant and
Mrs. Lawrence Weiner.
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Optimistic About Youth
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (JTA)
—Those who fear that the Ameri-
can Jewish • community might
wither away through self-neglect
or the defection of its youth "are
not reading the signs that point to
the opposite," Dr. William A.
Wexler said here Sunday evening.
In a keynote address opening
the 114th annual convention of
Bnai Brith District 1, the interna-
tional president told the 2,000 dele-
gates that the contemporary chal-
lenges to American Jewish life are
"growing pains not death rattles"
and that the present generation
of American Jewry is "probably
hastening the maturing process"
more than that of any generation
Mrs. Herbert Burdick, chapter
president, invites guests.
The following officers and board
members will be installed:
Mesdames Herbert Burdick,
president; Harold Robinson, Ber-
nard Farber, Oscar Band and Jay
Allen, vice presidents; Alan Col-
man, treasurer; and Wilfred Doner,
Joseph Cabot, Jack Nover, and
Herbert Kallet, secretaries;
TIKVAH CHAPTER will hold a
barbecue lawn party noon Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Philip Rossen,
19401 Robson. Guests are welcome.
For information, call Mrs. Philip
Rossen, 342-6023, or Mrs: Harry
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