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June 23, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-23

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Klutnick to Address Bnai Brith Conclave;
Wide Array of Noted Speakers Announced

Philip M Klutznick, former in- I elected since and is now the Dean ' ticularly through the development
of Bnai Brith's adult Jewish edu-
ternational president of Bnai Brith. of the House of Commons.
will be the toastmaster Sunday, at
Scholarships took him to St. cation program, which he estab-
the civic night dinner of the Bnai Michael's College and the Osgoode lished and created.
Bnai Brith Women's District 6
Hall Law School, Toronto, Harvard
University, Cambridge University will convene here simultaneously
with
the men's district. Mrs. Philip
and the Geneva School of Interna-
tional Studies. He holds honorary Fealk will pre- t ,
side
over the
degrees from 17 universities.
women's sessions.
From 1952 to 1954 he was acting
Convention
chairman of the Canadian delega-
speakers will in-
tion to UN and was its chairman in
clude Benjamin
1955.
R. Epstein, na-
In 1965 he was president of the tional director of
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- the Bnai Brith
tion. He makes his home in Anti - Defamation
Windsor.
League; Mrs. Na-
than Holstein of
Pittsburgh, wom-
en's national
membership
B e n
chairman;
Barker of Mil-
waukee, AZA --
award winner Epstein
Mrs. Louis L. Perlman, Chicago
Bnai Brith leader; Mrs. Ruth Mon-
dschein, national program director;
PHILIP M. KLUTZNICH
Mrs. Joan Platt Kushnir of Wash-
ington, and others.
Brith District 6 convention to be
held here at the Sheraton Cadillac
Hotel through June 28.
The convention banquet at which
new officers will be installed will
be held June 28.
Spectacular fireworks again will
Prominent Bnai Brith leaders
be a highlight of the 1967 version
will participate in the convention
of the Detroit-Windsor Interna-
sessions.
tional Freedom Festival to be held
In addition to
June 29-July 4.
Klutznick. Sun-
Fireworks at the previous eight
day night', din-
Freedom Festivals each time have
ner will be ad-
drawn hundreds of thousands of
dressed by Paul
spectators on both sides of the De-
Martin. Canada's
MAURICE A. WEINSTEIN
troit River. This year's display at
secretary of state
the ninth annual festival promises
Convention speakers will include to equally successful.
for external af-
Maurice A. Weinstein, the newly
fairs.
Again sponsored by the J. L.
a
elected chairman of Bnai Brith's Hudson Co., the fireworks will go
Born in
in 1903, Martin
international council. He brings off at 9:30 p.m. Thursday,
was elected to
to this important office long years and will be sent up from barges
Martin
the if ouse
of dynamic leadership in the anchored in the river.
Commons in 1935. has been re- American Jewish community, par-1
More than 30 nationality groups
—each dressed in colorful cos-
tumes—will have important parts
in the festival.
Highlight of their participation
will be a Nationalities on Parade
performance from 7 to 9 p.m.
Thursday at the Ford Auditorium
in Detroit's Civic Center. There is
Bernard Panush was highly hon-
no admission charge.
ored last week on his retirement
Each participating group will
from the presidency of the Metro- perform native dances and songs.
politan Detroit
A grand finale will place all groups
Bnai Brith Coun-
on the auditorium stage. Some 3,000
cil.
persons witnessed last year's color-
ful performance.
A testimonial
resolution in
his honor was
Hashomer to Examine
adopted by t h e
Conflict in Israel
Detroit Common
Council, The res-
Americans for Progressive Is-
olution reviewed
rael — Hashomer Hatzair will
his devoted and
meet 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
unselfish labors
Labor Zionist Institute. The recent
Panush
for Bnai Br it h
hotel
war and what will emerge from it
and paid tribute to him and to Bnai will be discussed by Assaf Orr,
Brith for dedicated community member of Kibutz Bet Zera in
7,1?A; n I a g tro rffi
labors.
Israel and director of the Zionist
Mayor Jerome Cavanagh issued youth movement Hashomer Hat-
a proclamation commending Pan- zair in Detroit.
1 ush, reviewing his record of com-
Orr returned recently from a
munity services and proclaimed trip to Israel where he saw the
June 8 Bernard Panush Day in preparations for survival and
honor of the Detroit Bnai Brith heard the plans.
leader.
A tape recording by Eli Bern-
Panush's term of office ends iker, former Detroiter, now liv-
ing
in Israel will be heard. The
June 30. He will be succeeded as
president of the Metropolitan Bnai tape was recorded while the fight-
ing was in progress.
Brith Council by Arthur Schott.

Freedom Festival
June 29-July 4

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Sinai Hospital Lists P hysicians' Awards

Dr. Howard K. Weindling has,
been selected Sinai Hospital of De-
troit intern of the year, Dr. Mark
P. Owens was selected resident of
the year and Dr. A. S. Goldstein
was named attending physician of
the year.
The awards were made at Alum-
ni Day activities of Sinai Hospital
Alumni Association, the organiza-
tion of physicians and dentists who
are graduates of Sinai's education
program.
The awards to Dr. Owens and
Dr. Goldstein are based on their
contributions to intern education.
The intern award is based on the
performance and potential of the
individual.
Dr. Weindling, a Detroiter, is a
graduate of the University of Mich-
igan and will begin his residency
in pathology at Sinai in July. Dr.
Owens, of Oak Park. is a graduate
of the University of Michigan, and
interned at Sinai. He is now a third-
year resident in surgery.

The Harry E. August Award.
given to the outstanding resident
in psychiatry, was given to a third-
year resident, Dr. Emanuel R. Cas-
enas, of Cebu City, Philippines.

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The following officers were recently installed to head the Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Council: (from left) Walter Cohn, assis-
tant recording secretary; Max Kushner, vice president; Robert
Reiss, recording secretary; Louis Segal, treasurer; Arthur Schott,
president; George Tarnoff, vice president; Henry Edelman, vice
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