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June 16, 1967 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-16

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Detroit Bnai Brith Hosts District 6 Convention

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council will be hosts to j
delegates of District Grand Lodge
No. 6 and Bnai Brith Women's
District 6, at the annual conven-
tion June 25-28 at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel.
The men will be celebrating
their 99th year as a district. The
women will celebrate 35 years as
a district.
Isadore I. Feinglass, president

g3nai
activities

ISRAEL CHAPTER, Bnai Brith,
annual paid-up retention dinner
will be held 6 p.m. Wednesday at
Workmen's Circle, 18340 W. Seven
Mile. Old Time movies will he
shown. Dues may he paid at the
door. For information call reten-
tion chairman, Mrs. Louis Weber-
man, 1-682.7797, or co-chairman,
Mrs. Robert Golden. VE 5-2039.





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MAURICE C. ZE1GER LODGE
elected president, Dan Hoffer;
vice presidents. Saul Arsht, Paul
Shepard and Julius Silverman:
secretaries. Jack Shindel and
Bernard Baskin; treasurer. Irving I
Simons: warden, Steve Meyers;
and chaplain, Henry Edelman.

• •

SHALOM ALEICIIEM LODGE will

hold a special executive meeting
8 p.m. Wednesday at Turover
Ilall. The Midwestern Convention
of Bnai Brith to be held in Detroit
June 24-29 will be discussed.




LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will hold a paid up member-
ship cocktail dinner party and
fashion show 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Sholem Aleichem Institute. All
prospective members invited.

Mrs. Eidelman

Mrs. Sayles

Brith Council. Mesdames Sidney
Eidelman and Jack Sayles, past
presidents of the Bnai Brith Wom-
en's Council of Metropolitan De-
troit.

The 800 delegates from eight
niiclwestern -states and four Cana-
dian provinces will be in attend.
ance.

Mrs. Lakin. as chairman of the
women's convention hostesses com-
mittee, is assisted in making ar-
rangements by a series of sub-
committees headed by Mesdames
Sidney Eidelman, Jack Sayles. Earl
Wechter. Joan Kushnir, Seymour
Sandweiss. Charles Blauer, Irving
Isaacs, Charles Galinsky, Gordon
Fruitman. Jack Freeman, Harold
Robinson. harry Bodzin, Sanford
Rosenthal. Samuel Aaron, Philip
Fealk. Saul Sterling, Phillip Edel-
licit Robert Lewiston, Maynard
Kalef. Arthur Schott, Bernard
Bliefield. Sam Gold. Ilenry On-
rich. Leon Dreylinger. Allen
Weitzman, Alan Nathan, David
Levine and Al Stein and Miss Elsie
Rodd.

10 MI.

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FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

And His Orchestra

A young women's Bnai Brith
chapter is being organized in the
Detroit area.

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From left: standing, Gary Alter, executive director of Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Council; Sol Superfon, David Weisberg,
Alfred E. Lakin, Harry Pearson and Arthur Schott, president of
the Council; in front row, Herman Kasoff, host city chairman; Sol
Moss, district convention chairman; Bernard Panush, past president
of the Council, and Max Kushner.

.111SS

For
in fu run at on call Elaine
Saduff BR 3 5377 or 835-1077 after

Summer brochures describing
programs for youngsters 6-18 yrs.
of age are now available from the
group services division of the Jew-
ish Community Center.
Among the activities offered is
en volunteer corps, a summer
k day tripping program, a bat-
tle of the bands, an amateur show,
Tuesday and Thursday trips for
elementary age children and a five
day a week drop-in program for
children—grades one - six.
For information about the sum-
mer membership and shuttle ser-
vice, call group services, DI 1-4200.

SAM MINER

New Bnai Brith Chapter

Membership is open to women
18-26 scars of age.
A membership tea will be held
7 30 p.m. Tuesday at the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization Office.

Jewish Center Plans
Summer Activities

of District Grand Lodge No. 6, has
appointed Sol Moss, past president
of the Detroit Council and a mem-
ber of the board of governors, to
serve as district convention chair-
man.
Mrs. Philip
Fealk of Detroit,
president of Bnai
Brith Women's
District 6, has
appointed M r s.
Alfred E. Lakin,
past president of
District 6, as dis-
trict convention
chairman.
Serving as host
Mrs. Lakin
city chairmen are Herman Kasoff,
chairman of the board of trustees
lot the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai

• • •

ALBERT D. TUCKER Chapter
Bnai Brith Women will have a
games party 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Park Community Center.
Oak
Prizes and refreshments. The paid
up membership dinner will be
held 7 p.m. June 29 at the Tappan
Kitchen Center, 13101 W. Warren,
Dearborn.

24—Friday, June 16, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Leslie

Ellk. ragt'd
II rner

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bortman of
Marlowe Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Doreen
Sue to Leslie Wyner, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Wyner of Freeland
Ave.
The bride-elect and her fiance
attend Wayne State University.
A Sept 4 wedding is planned.

BY HENRY LEONARD

Him 'President of the Universe'?"

STERLING SILVER

Pisgah Lodge Installs Officers Monday

Monday, 8:30 p.m., Pisgah Lodge
No. 34, Bnai Brith, will install
officers at an open meeting in the
main auditorium of the Labor
Zionist Institute.

Members of the lodge, their fam-
ilies and friends are invited.

The officers installed at this
meeting will be serving during the
lodge's 110th year. Pisgah Lodge
was founded November 24, 1857
and is the second oldest Jewish
organization in Michigan.

Milton M. Weinstein is chairman
of the committee on arrangements
and will be master of ceremonies
of the installation program. Rabbi
Seymour Panitz will deliver the in-
vocation. Alfred H. Bounin will
light the Menorah exemplifying the
teachings of Bnai Brith. Meyer W.
Leib will discharge the outgoing
officers and install the incoming
officers. Special presentations will
be made to Leo Hollendar,outgoing
president, and Elias Goldberg, past
president of the lodge for outstand-
ing service beyond the call of duty
by Rudolph Meyersohn.
A program of songs featuring
excerpts from "Fiddler on the
Roof" will be rendered by Pearl
Kaplan and Max Miller with Betty
Polen at the piano. Refreshments
and a social hour will round out
the evening.
The following officers will be
installed: Morris Berk, president;
Oscar Beckerman, Leo Feber, Dan
Levy, vice presidents; Benjamin
B. Goldhoff. recording secretary;
Leonard Edelman, financial sec-
retary; Sam Selikowitz, treasurer;
Sherman Goldman, assistant chap-

David Syme Wins
Contest; Will Solo
With Symphony

lain; Isadore Gussin, warden and
Sam Freedman, guardian. Leo Hol-
lender the outgoing president as-
sumes the office of chaplain.
New trustees are: Seymour
Frank. Hyman Ginsberg, Joseph
Gutterman. Arthur I. Shapiro, Sol
Steinberg, Irving Wasserman, Lou
Gutter, Jerry Maza, Eugene Pearl-
man, Barney Levine, Morris N.
Berk and Sam Rubin.
The installation of officers ar-
rangements committee comprises
Milton M. Weinstein, chairman,
Leonard Edelman, Leo Feber, Al-
exander Gersuk, Elias Goldberg,
Ben Goldhoff. Dany Levy, Barney
Levine, Meyer W. Leib. Rudolph
Meyersohn and Sol Steinberg.

The 18-year-old pianist will be
heard in the Rachmaninoff Second
Piano Concerto, with Valter Poole
conducting.
Syme performed the same con-
certo with the Community Center
Orchestra last January under the
baton of Julius Chajes, who is
Syme's piano teacher. Syme also
has studied with Mischa Kottler
in Detroit and with Dr. Reid Nib-
ley this past year at the Univer-
sity of Michigan. He plans to enter
the Juilliard School of Music this
fall.
The Netzorg competition he won
was conducted as usual on a state-
wide basis by the Bohemian Musi-
cians Club of Detroit. He also won
a cash award

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