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May 19, 1967 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-19

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24—Friday, May 19, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith Presidents Honored

JWV Activities

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will hold an installa-
tion dinner 7 p.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. Oscar Katz, 25706
Grand Concourse, Southfield. Mrs.
William Love, department presi-
dent, will install as president, Mrs.
Sidney Silver; vice presidents,
Mrs. Harvey Greene and Mrs.
George Kolb; treasurer, Mrs.
Walter Fischel; secretaries, Mrs.
Irving Silk and Mrs. AI Frank;
patriotic instructress, Mrs. Charles
Bnai Brith lodges in Detroit recently honored the men who
Hauptman; guard, Mrs. Edna Fei-
have served as presidents during the past year at a special Bnai
gelman: chaplain, Mrs. Sarah
Brith Presidents Brunch. The brunch held in co-operation with the
Horowitz; conductress, Mrs. David
Jewish National Fund, was responsible for planting over 2,000
Zussman, and trustees, Mesdames
trees in the Bnai Brith Martyrs Forest in Israel. A special presenta-
Irwin Weiser. Arnold Wagner and
tion was given to Bernard Panush, president of the Metropolitan
Ervin Manson. For reservations,
Detroit !Mai Brith Council. Pictured are (seated from left) Leon
call Mrs. Wagner, KE 5-9097, Mrs.
Weberman, Einstein Lodge; Philip Kaplan, Sholem Aleichem; Ron-
Abe Tompkins, GR 6-0359. or Mrs.
ald Hamburger, Centennial; Henry Edelman, Zeiger; Nathan Fine,
Irving Weintaub, BR 2-2275.
Livonia; Leo Kaplan, Morgenthau; Robert Venetianer, representing
* * *
Handler-East Side in absence of president, Herbert Miller; Walter
Pfc. JOSEPH BALE POST will
Cohn, Brandeis. Standing (from left) are Philip Minkow, Zager-
donate proceeds from its 11th an-
Stone; Rubin Eizen, Jacobson; Max Spector, Grant; Jack Tarnow,
nual golf outing June 6 at Hillcrest
Marshall; Max Lieberman, council chairman; Bernard Panush, pre-
Country Club to disabled veterans
sident; Morris Direnfeld, brunch chairman; Philip Chapnick, Kei-
and their families throughout the
dan; Lawrence Margolin, Motor City; Martin Taylor, Detroit; and
state. Television sets and radios,
Louis Ceifetz, Tikvah.
for example were presented to
various hospitals last year. Sports
celebrities will be among the spe-
cial guests at the all-day outing,
and there will be prizes, including
weekends for two at resort motels.
CHAVARIM YOUNG WOMEN ley Kopland, treasurer; and Irving "Early birds" who make their res-
held its fifth annual installation of Simen and Donald Freeman and ervations before June 1 will be
officers recently. Mark Lavetter, Moshe Rosman, secretaries. Board eligible for special prizes. The post
international president of Bnai members include Mesdames Sidney will hold a general meeting 9 p.m.
Brith Young Adults, installed Osher. Nathan Baum, Ted Vinacow, Tuesday at Lotus Gardens. Officers
Elain Friedman, president; Elaine Jerold Mills and Dave Goldberg. will be elected and refreshments
Sadoff, vice president; Sandy Workshops will be held 10 a.m. served.
* * *
Mauer. treasurer; Barbara Schon- Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
berger and Janet Stewart, secre- Marx, 3335 Westwood, with the Elaine Wrotslaysky

newly-elected
officers
and
board
taries; and Shari Lipson, counselor.
Wins JWV Scholarship
Membership is open to young members participating.
An honor student of Beth Jacob
women from age 18, or a high
school graduate to age 26. For in- Labor Zionist Seminar School, Yeshivath Beth Yehudah,
has been awarded the annual col-
formation contact Elaine Friedman,
546-0415.
Slated in South Haven lege scholarship given by Sgt. Mor-
ton A. Silverman Post and Auxil-
* •
Several hundred Midwesterners, iary of the Jewish War Veterans,
FLINT CHAPTER will hold its delegates from their respective
it was announced by Dr. Leonard
annual installation of officers 6:30 cities, will attend the League for
Schreiber. post commander, and
p.m. Tuesday at the Empire Labor Israel Midwest Seminar this Mrs. Jack Schwartz, auxiliary pres-
Lounge. Mrs. Dave Goldberg is weekend at Fidelman's Resort,
ident.
installation chairman. Mrs. Sidney South Haven.
Elaine Beth Wrotslaysky, daugh-
Sorkin. who is chairman of the
The conference on the theme
day, is also in charge of decora- "Our Road to Jewish Identity," ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wrotslav-
tions Mrs. Jack Sayles, past presi- will be addressed by Dr. Judd L. sky, 18077 Washburn, will receive
dent of Detroit Metropolitan Coun- Teller, executive vice chairman of the $250 award at the post and
cil. will install Mesdames Bertram the American Histadrut Cultural auxiliary installation meeting 8:30
Marx, president; Theodore Gold- Exchange Institute; Dr. Hillel Har- p.m. Saturday at Oak Manor Cater-
berg. Andrew Winston. and Sam- zel, visiting associate professor of ers.
Ralph Sandler, hypnotist, will
uel Winston. vice presidents; Stan- Hebrew Literature at the Univer-
. * *
sity of Indiana; Prof. Allen Pollack perform and new officers will be
of the University of Pittsburgh; installed.
Bnai Brith Teen Chapter
The Man of the Year Award will
and Daniel Mann, executive direc-
presented to U.S. District At-
Formed in Marseilles; 1st tor of the Labor Zionist Organiza- be
torney Lawrence Gubow.
tion of America-Poale Zion.
The scholarship committee was
Since World War II
Co-chairmen are Detroiter Mor-
WASHINGTON — A teen-age ris Lieberman and Sol Kotzin of composed of Mrs. Maurice Shep-
herd. chairman: Rabbi Max Kapu-
chapter of the Bnai Brith Youth Chicago.
Among committee members stin, director of Hillel Foundation
Organization has been chartered
in Marseille, Paul Jacob. president planning the seminar are Detroit- at Wayne State University; Com-
of the European District of Bnai • ers Morris Lifshay, Mrs. Adele mon Pleas Court Judge Joseph J.
Mondry, Sidney Shevitz and Isa- Pernick: Mrs. Walter Klein, for-
Brith, announced.
mer social worker and teacher;
Sponsored by the Emile Zola dore Shrodeck.
Serving as secretary of the ar- Dr. Schreiber; and Mrs. Schwartz.
Bnai Brith Lodge, this youth chap-
Family and friends of the reci-
ter is the first such group organ- rangements committee is Emanuel
pient will be present.
ized in France since World War Mark, Labor Zionist field repre-
* * *
sentative in Detroit.
IL

;VT

Canal g3rith ,Xctivities

First chapter president, Gerald
Cohen, and Jocelyne Drai will rep-
resent the new group at the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization interna-
tional summer events at Camp
Bnai Brith. Starlight. Pa.

A recreation center named for
MEYER WEISGAL, president of
the Weizmann Institute, was in-
augurated at Rehovot in recogni-
tion of his many years of service
for the institute.

District Grand Lodge Aids Beth Isaac

The Metropoli-

tan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council pre-

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sents a check to

D r. Irving
Schmolka (second
from right), pre-
sident of the Beth
Isaac Synagogue
in Trenton, to aid
in the rehabilita-
tion of the syna-
gogue recently
burned by an ar-
sonist. Present.
ing the checks
are Bernard Panush (left), president of the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council; Sol Moss and Harry Pearson (right), .members of the
board of governors, District Grand Lodge 6. The grand lodge presented
a check for $250 from its emergency relief fund. In the background,
are books collected for the Beth Isaac library by members of Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Council. The local body raised $875.50

and collected more than 500 books for. Beth Isaac. ..... .

JEROME L. SCHOSTAK, presi-
dent of Schostak Brothers & Co.,
Inc., will serve on the faculty at
the annual convention of the In-
ternational Council of Shopping
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXILI Centers in Bal Harbour, Fla. this
ARY will present an auditorium weekend. Schostak will join other
flag to McFarlane School 2 p.m. shopping center professionals in
Wednesday. Mrs. Sara Nemon, conducting classes at the "Univer-
past national president of the Jew- sity of Shopping Centers," which
ish War Veterans Auxiliaries, will will be attended by 2,500 shopping
be honored at this time. Mrs. Mil- center developers, owners, man-
ton Sriro, patriotic instructress, will agers and others active in shopping
make the presentation.
centers.

`Jew in Business World'

Hal Gordon

Will Be Discussed

Rabbi Yosef Madler will illus-
trate the laws and ethics concern-
ing merchandising, interest and
usury and weights and measures in
a lecture on "The Religious Jew in
the Business World" 8:30 p.m.1
Sunday at Cong. Shaarey Sho-
mayim
The lecture series on "Halakha •
Today" is sponsored by Agudath
Israel and Yavneh of Detroit.
Rabbi Nadler will discuss other
laws of business June 4 and 11.
On May 28, Rabbi Gerald Wer-
ner of the Akiva Day School staff
will speak on "Why Blessings?"
Refreshments will be served,
and the public is invited at no
charge.

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Veterans' Weekend

Rosenwald Post, American Le-
gion, will attend Sabbath services
at Adas Shalom Synagogue 9 a.m.
May 27.
The following day, at 10:30, the
veterans will breakfast at Billy's,
after which joint memorial services
will be held at Machpelah Ceme-
tery.
Harry Friedman. past depart-
ment commander, Jewish War Vet-
erans: Joseph Shapiro, past com-
mander of Rosenwald Post; Cantor
Hyman Adler of Bnai David syna-
gogue: and Rabbi Israel Goodman
of Bnai Israel synagogue, Pontiac,
will officiate.
At 1 p.m. that day, Rosenwald
Post will conduct a memorial serv-
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