18—Friday, September 1, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Detroiters on Board
of JWV Nat'l. Shrine
Schwartz Runner-Up for Veteran of Year
Jack Schwartz, past commander Memorial Home Association, has
i l Lawrence Gubow, U.S. district of the state's Jewish War Veterans been named first runner-up in the
attorney, was elected first vice pre- and vice-president of the JWV competition for Veteran of the
sident of the National Shrine of
Year at the Michigan State Fair.
the Jewish War Dead at the na-
tional convention of the Jewish
The Jewish War Veterans Ladies
W ir Veterans of the United States
Auxiliary of Michigan has named
in Washington, D.C.
Sol Goldberg supervisor to
Another Detroiter, Harry T.
Madison, past national commander, the USO for inductees. Their serv-
ice date is every third Wednesday
was elected to the shrine board.
Maj. Gen. Julius Klein was of the month; volunteers, not neces-
elected chief executive of the na- sarily JWVA members, are in-
tional shrine. Honorary co-chair- vited to help service. For informa-
men are Gen. Omar N. Bradley, tion, call Mrs. Goldberg, UN 2-6610
Adm. Robert B. Carney and Air or LU 1-2150.
Exhibit Aids ZOD Scholarship Fund
Force Lt. Gen. James H. Doo-
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Culminating the Marc Chagall 80th birthday festival exhibit,
sponsored by the Zionist Organization of Detroit, in conjunction with
the Garelick Gallery of Fine Arts, took place at a general member-
ship meeting of the organization held at the Zionist Cultural Center
last week. Robert Garelick, art director, presented to Mrs. I. Walter
Silver, chairman of the exhibit, a check representing 20 percent of
the total sales of the famous Chagall water colors, etchings, graphics
and Bible series. Richard R. Kramer, president of the ZOD accepted
the check and stated that these funds have been ear-marked for the
Philip Slomovitz Scholarship Fund at the Mollie Goodman Academic
High School at Kfar Silver in Ashkelon, Israel.
Two Women Elected
at Washington Parley
Mrs. Jack Iden, past president
of the Department of Michigan
Ladies Auxiliary and national
legislative chairman, was elected
guard of the National Ladies Auxi-
liary of Jewish War Veterans at
its 40th anniversary convention at
the Shoreham Hotel, Washington,
Past National President Mrs.
John Nemon was elected treasurer.
JWVA elected Mrs. Ted Gar-
finkle of Silver Spring, Md., as
At a national executive commit.
tee meeting following the conven-
tion, Mrs. Garfinkle announced she
had appointed Mrs. Iden coordina-
tor of the National Ladies Bulle-
tin, the organization's bi-monthly
Sept. 10 at Cong. Beth Yehuda
Col. Nanette M. Spears, com-
Circuit Court, Judge John B. mander of the New Jersey Wing
Swainson. also a veteran double of the Civil Air Patrol and one of
amputee, will present an Ameri- three female wing commanders in
can Legion life membership plaque the country, received JWVA's
to Mr. Edelstein. Following the "Woman of the Year Award."
presentation, Rosenwald Post will
Do not unto others as you would
hold a joint installation of officers.
Joseph Shapiro, public relations of- that they should do unto you. Their
ficer, requests that members wear tastes may not be the same.
—George Bernard Shaw.
their uniforms and caps.
BETH HILLEL MEN'S CLUB
elected Menasche Haar, president;
John Hurtig and Norbert Robert,
vice presidents; Moritz Katzman,
treasurer;, and Arthur Leiser and
Otto Kahn, secretaries. Dr. Jack
Stattman is honorary president of
the club. The season will open with
the installation of officers Sept. 23.
Youngest 'Veteran of World War I
to Receive Amerie an Legion Honors
When Ben Edelstein was 14, he
wanted to serve his country in
World War I. lie enlisted in the
U.S. Army, but after two months,
his age was discovered, he was
given an honorable discharge.
Ben was determined, the next
time he enlisted in the U.S. Air
Corps, still giving his wrong name
and age . . . This time his age
was not discovered. Ile served
from December 1917 to March 1919.
When he was discharged he was
not yet 17.
Today the Detroiter is possibly
the youngest World War I veteran
in the United States.
Early this year, Mr. Edelstein's
doctor found it necessary to re-
move one leg. There was no im-
provement in Mr. Edelstein's con-
dition so the doctor had to remove
the other leg, making Mr. Edel-
stein a double amputee. At 8 p.m.
Mrs. Brandwine Heads
'Miracle Year' Fete
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine will
he the chairman of the Israel
"Miracle Year" luncheon to be
sponsored by the Israel Bond Wom-
en's Division noon Sept. 21 at Cong.
Bnai David. Guest speaker will be
Abbie Ben Ari, director of the
Israel Government Tourist Office,
who has served his government on
special missions as an advisor to
young, developing nations.
Mrs. Brandwine has just re-
turned from Israel, where she
toured the newly conquered areas
with her husband and son.
The "Miracle Year" Luncheon
will launch the Women's Division
Israel Bond fall campaign.
History is indeed little more
than the register of the crimes,
follies and misfortunes of mankind.
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