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November 11, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, November 11, 1966

Launch Bnai Brith Bond Program

At the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Orientation dinner meet-
ing, which launched the 1966.67 Bnai Brith Israel Bond program,
are (from left) Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel Bond Director; Sol
Moss, Council past president and member of the board of governors
of Bnai Brith District Grand Lodge No. 6; Harry Pearson, member,
Board of Governors; Mrs. Norma Hudosh, Women's Council Israel
Bond Chairman; Sam Bank, Junior Council President; Bernard
Panush, president, Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Council; Mrs.
David Levine, president, Women's Council; and Gary Alter, executive
director, Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith. The Bnai Brith Israel Bond
campaign will be held in December.

Gary Alter Named BB Council President Mrs. David Lev i ne
Executive Director to Be Honored by Rex Women's Chapter
Mrs. Ben Wenner, president of
Rex Chapter, Bnai Brith Women,
of Bnai Brith Men. will honor Mrs. David Levine, pres- Rex Chapter, has appointed Mrs.

Bnai Brith Councils
Set $200,000 Target

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's Councils
have set $200,000 as their goal in
s upporting its many international,
national and local philanthropies
and services.
Bernard Panush and Mrs. David
Levine, presidents of. the Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's Coun-
cils, which direct the activities of
the 52 Bnai Brith lodges and chap-
ters in Detroit, Oak Park, Livonia,
Southfield and Farmington, have
issued the following joint state-
ment:
"The decade of the '60s is one
that will be referred to as the
years of dynamic change; in world
history, in the change of role for

nai

the United States, and in the
change of approach for national
organizations. This change as it
applies to Bnai Brith is drama-
tically pointed out by the fact that

A-itA

Activities

BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will host Rabbi
David Jessel, who will speak on
"A Jewish View on Sex and Mar-
riage," at its meeting 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Beth Hillel. Paid-
up members and all men are in-
vited. Refreshments will be served.
*
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAPTER
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Workmen's Circle Center.
Guest speaker will be Israeli poet,
author and lecturer Mrs. Bracha
Kopstein. Mrs. Kopstein will speak
in Yiddish. Guests are welcome.

*

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TIKVAH CHAPTER will hold a
smorgasbord luncheon noon Tues-
day at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter. The chapter's bowlers will
serve as hostesses. A games party
with prizes will follow. Guests are
invited. For information, call Mrs.
A. Sniderman, 356-2662.
* *
HENRY MORGENTHAU CHAP-
TER will meet 12:15 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Kai Sos-
kin, 18851 Capitol, Southfield. A
luncheon and games party will be
featured. Prospective members are
invited. For information, call Mrs.
Monte Serling, program chairman,
VE 5-1871.
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TIKVAH LODGE will hold an
open meeting 8:30 p.m. Thursday
at Workmen's Circle Center. En-
tertainers will be Max Sosin, hu-
morist; Cantor Hyman Adler in a
concert of cantorial and popular
songs; and Bella Goldberg at the
piano. Refreshments will be
served. Friends invited.
* * *
PHILIP HANDLER-EAST SIDE
LODGE will present its Las Vegas
Night 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Sholem Aleichem Institute.

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EDDIE JACOBSON LODGE will
hold the annual stag Sports Night
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Oak Park
Community Center. Prospective
members and sons are invited.
There will be movies, refreshments
and prizes.

ident of the Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
and a past president of Rex Chap-
ter, at a testimonial reception 8:30
p.m. Wednesday, at the Oak Park
Community Center.
Mrs. Levine is a charter member
of Rex Chapter
which she served
as president in
1953-54. She has
gone on to serve
in the Metropol-
itan Detroit
Women's Council
in all major
chairman-
ships and offices,
y e t continuing
Rex Chapter ac-
tivities.
Mrs. Levine
Mrs. Levine joined Bnai Brith
at age 14, later becoming active
in the Bnai Brith Young Adult pro-
gram.
Mrs. Levine, her husband David,
and three children, are members
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Mrs. Levine also has found
time to be area chairman of the
Allied Jewish Campaign, cub
scout den mother and assistant
GARY S. ALTER
leader in a girl scout troop. She
currently serves as a member of
as one of the most prominent in
the Michigan regional advisory
District Grand Lodge 6.
board of the Anti-Defamation
Alter started his career in Bnai
Brith as a field director with Dis- League and BBYO.
trict Grand Lodge 2. From there,
he moved to Chicago and District
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
Grand Lodge 6 as a field director.
He was then promoted to Mil-
waukee.
A graduate of Washington and
Jefferson College in Washington,
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Pa., Alter also did three years of
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graduate work at Hebrew Union
College, Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion in Cincinnati, where he met
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Socials
and married his wife, Barbara.
HA-RIVEIA ISRAELI
The Alters, who reside in Oak
Park, have two daughters.
DANCE TROUPE
* *

Bernard Panush, president of
the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council, announces the ap-
pointment of Gary S. Alter as
executive director of Bnai Brith
Men.
Before coming to Detroit, Alter
served for five years as executive
director of the Milwaukee Bnai
Brith Council, where his work
established the Milwaukee Council

Bernard Orzuch, past president, as
chairman of the testimonial recep-
tion. Serving with Mrs. Orzuch on
her committee are the board mem-
bers and past presidents of Rex
Chapter.
Guests at the reception will in-
clude Mrs. Philip Fealk, president
of Bnai Brith Women's District 6;
and Bernard Panush, president of
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council.
Friends are invited. A petite buf-
fet will follow.

WSU Press Issues
Guss's 'John Donne'

Wayne State University Press
has just issued a new volume,
"John Donne, Petrarchist, Italia-
nate Conceits and Love Theory in
the Songs and Sonnets," by WSU
Prof. Donald S. Guss.
The new work redefines the art
of John Donne's love lyrics in the
light of Italian Petrarchism.
Reference is made to Leone
Ebreo and to Philo Judaeus, and
there are comments on "the exalter
effusions of Philo."

SAMMY
WOOLF

Schott

Mrs. Rodman

the "memories" by which we grew
and sustained ourselves in the past
are no longer applicable to the
'visions' for today and tomorrow.
"It is time for all Bnai Brith
members to recognize our obliga-
tion to the living, the orphaned,
the emotionally disturbed chil-
dren, to our heritage and its fu-
ture and to protect our Jewish
people and minority groups
against the ugliness of prejudice
and discrimination so that we
might live in peace and har-
mony."
Arthur C. Schott and Mrs. Jo-
seph Rodman, vice presidents of
their respective councils, have
been appointed by their presidents
to serve as fund-raising chairmen.
Bnai Brith supports such phil-
anthropies as Bellefaire in Cleve-
land, • a residential treatment cen-
ter for emotionally troubled chil-
dren who are unable to integrate
their personal problems in the
home or normal school environ-
ment; the National Jewish Hospital
in Denver, a privately endowed
institution recognized throughout
the world for the quality of its
treatment of chest diseases and
for its research department; and
the many youth services such as
the Bnai Brith youth Organization,
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations
and Jewish Vocational Service.

For Private Appearances Call:
JEFFREY DUNN, Manager
PHONE: LI 8-7864

Detroiters Bring Gifts
for BB Hospital

Max Schrut

For Good Photographs
and Prompt Service
Call Me at

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Mrs. Philip P. Fealk, president
of Bnai Brith Women District 6,
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
was given the key to the city of
FOR
A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
Hot Springs National Park, by
Mayor Dan Wolf during the recent
dedication of the $500,000 addition
to Leo N. Levi Memorial National
Arthritis Hospital.
Is Conveniently Located at
Levi Hospital, a nonprofit, non-
20500 JAMES COUZENS
sectarian hospital, was founded by
Bnai Brith in 1914. The new wing,
(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across hem Northland)
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations!
the Gladys Harrison Pavilion,
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
houses three patient wards, a
modern equipped, laboratory and
Airport Limousine Service Available
clinical research department and
the Little Red School House, sup-
ported by the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization.
Phillip Klutznick, former U. S.
GET THE BEST ... PAY LESS!
ambassador to the Economic and
Social Council of the United Na-
KOSHER KILLED • . . FRESH DAILY
tions, spoke.
The hospital is the only one
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of its kind devoted exclusively
Lb.
to treatment of arthritis and re- *
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lated diseases with a four-fold *
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program of relief, rehabilitation,
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education and clinical research.
Lb.
Mrs. Fealk presented a mezuza
for
the
second-floor
unit
in
honor
Large American Grant
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perlman,
for Weizmann Institute
a past president of District 6.
REHOVOT — Prof. Wol- Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Irwin I.
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MANISCHEWITZ or ROKEACH
fie Traub, of the Weizmann Insti- Cohn presented a gift to be used
Qt. Su 09 *
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tute's X-ray Crystallography De- for scientific equipment.
I
Jar
partment, has received a $94,290
grant from the National Institutes
*
Lb.
of Health in the United States that
will enable him to continue his "X-
ray Studies of Polypeptides and
By Ski Shmarak
Nucleic Acids" for a further three
years.
MERRY MELODY NURSERY,
Dr. Traub was given his first in its new location at 24950 Lahser,
NIH grant for this project in will hold open house with regis- 4-
*
1961, shortly after he joined the tration from 10 a.m. to noon Sun-
day. The program includes rhythm
Weizmann Institute.
Above Specials Good Nov. 71 tbru Nov. 17
He and his colleagues in the X- band, dancing, arts and crafts,
baking,
Indian
lore
and
field
trips.
ray Crystallography Department,
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headed by Prof. Gerhard Schmidt,
Constantly on the alert to bring
work closely with institute re-
searchers in the fields of biophysics, his many customers the best, Jules
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