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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-15

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Orith .activities

PISGAH CHAPTER will meet
noon Wednesday at Cong. Beth
Hillel. Program chairman Lee
Franklin Weinstock will moderate
a color film, "Israel!". BBYO
Chairman Mrs. David Mitchell will
introduce Fran Rubin, assistant
director of the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization, as guest speaker.
Petite luncheon will be served.
nests invited. For information,
call the president, Mrs. Julius
Ring, 358-2691..
* •
BRANDEIS LODGE will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Bnai David
Synagogue. During this Award
Night, members who have made
outstanding contributions to the
lodge during the year will be hon-
ored. This meeting also initiates
the year's 100-day membership
campaign of District 6 in the cele-
bration of its 100th 'anniversary
Wives are invited. Refreshments
will be served.
• * *
PHILIP HANDLER-EAST SIDE
LODGE will be joined by DE-
TROIT LODGE for a seminar on
"What Happened on 12th Street,
Why Did It Happen, and What
Are the Solutions to This Prob-
lem?",8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the

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Sholem Aleichem Institute. C
Clayton Owens and Carl Carson
prominent Negro businessmen, wil
speak and answer questions. Re
freshments will be served. The
public is invited.
* * *
RABBI MANDEL M. ZAGER
CHAPTER will hold a social eve-
ning 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at‘Beth
Hillel - Synagogue. Entertainment
will be a kitchen band consisting
of 17 senior citizens, ranging in
age from 67 to 84. Guests invited.
* * *
CENTENNIAL LODGE will meet
8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Oak
Park Community Building. A film
on the Israel war will be shown.
For information, call Jerry Stein,
program chairman, 398-3060.

JWV

YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
home of Raye Weimer, 21150 Pem-
broke. Senior Vice President Irene
Levin will distribute tickets to
the Department of Michigan Ladies
Auxiliary donor luncheon which
will be held on Nov. 15 at the new
Raleigh House. Anne Disner, child
JNF Memorial Books
welfare chairrhan, announces that
a picnic will be given for a group
Offered to Bnai Brith
of muscular dystrophy children
The Jewish National Fund this and their families 1 p.m. Sunday
year will again publish individual at Peterson Park. About 100 chil-
Bnai Brith lodge necrologies (me- dren and their parents will be en-
morial books) in which the mem- tertained by magician Mickey
bers of the lodge may plant trees Davis, and post member Frank
in the Martyrs' Forest in Israel Wasser will assist as a clown.
* * *
in memory of their relatives and
DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
friends, or in the name of an
Israeli soldier who died in defense 135 will service the Girls Cottage
of his country during the recent of the D. J. Healy House Sept. 30.
Gifts and refreshments will be
war.
Coupled with its initial function served to the children, all of them
from
broken homes.
of commemorating the names. of
• • •
those who have passed on, -ithis
BALE POST will meet 8 p.m.
year's necrology program will be
Sept.
26
at
Albert's
of Birming-
another means of providing Israel
with additional and vitally needed ham. Sports personalities, includ-
financial aid to help rebuild the ing all-American Norm Masters,
shattered territory and economy will be on the program.
as a result of the recent war.
Each member of the lodge will Donor Lunch, Style Show
receive a copy of this book, with
a complete list of names printed to Aid JWVA's Projects
Mrs. William Greenberg, presi-
within.
A minimum of 100 trees from dent of the Department of Michi-
each lodge will again be required. gan Jewish War Veterans Ladies
Auxiliary, has announced the ap-
pointment of Mrs. Irving Silk, sen-
ior vice president,, as chairman of
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai the 1967 fund-raising event.
That event this :year will be a
Brith Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council have scheduled donor luncheon and fashion show
their first rally for blood Monday to be held at the, new Raleigh
and Tuesday, at Pepper School, House Nov. 15.
Jackie Crampton, fashion com-
Oak Park. The Red Cross blood
team will be on hand from 5 to mentator for WJBK:"7'V, will nar-
rate the fashion prientaton.
11 p.m. each day.
Michigan's 12 auxiliaries will
All Bnai Brith lodges and chap-
ters have been advised that the participate in the event which will
summer months have depleted suport JWVA projects such as ser-
most of the blood supply, and to vice to all local veteran's hospitlas,
meet, current needs each lodge the USO and the induction center,
and chapter blood bank must be service to the D. J. Ilealy Children's
Home and the Juvenile Detention
replenished.
In event that the teachers strike Home, the Lapeer, Home, aid to
is still in effect, the rally will be disabled or needy veterans and
their families or survivors, and aid
postponed to a later date.
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Israel and a scholarship program.
Mrs. Silk will be assisted by Mrs.
Morton Oppenheim, past depart-
ment president, who will serve as
special adviser.
The department will hold a mem-
bership meeting and brunch for
juniors and auxiliary presidents
11 a.m. Sunday at thte home of
Dorothy Goldberg, 1R213 Prairie.
The main topic will be member-
ship. For information, call Mrs.
Goldberg, UN 2-6610.

Just Couch-Carrier
An Oklahoma oil billionaire
turned up for a golf match dressed
to kill, followed by a flunky pulling
a foam-cushioned chaise lounge
behind him. "You're not going to
make that poor caddy lug that
couch after you for eighteen
holes?" expostulated a member of
the foursome. "Caddy nothing," ex-
plained the oil tycoon. "That's my
psychiatrist."

Newlywed A. Harmans
to Reside in Boston

Friday, September 15, 1967-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MEN'S CLUBS

CE NT E R BUSINESSMEN'S
CLUB will hold a benefit theater
party with proceeds going to the
Israel Emergency Fund 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Jewish Center.
"Mirele Efros," starring Berta
Gersten and Michael Rosenberg,
well-known stars of the Yiddish
theater, will be featured. The Yid-
dish film has English subtitles.
Harry Weinberg is chairman of the
event, and Irving M. Lyons is
club president.
• * •

BETH MOSES MEN'S CLUB
will meet 8:30 p.m. in the syna-
gogue. Allen Blanchard of the De-
troit-. News, who covered the Six-
MRS. ALAN HAYMAN
Day War, will tell of his exper-
In an evening ceremony Satur- iences. The public is invited. Re-
day, Anita Lynn Feldman became frehments will be served.
the bride of Alan Jay Hayman.
* * *
Rabbi Hayim Donin officiated at
MOSAIC LODGE F&M, will host
the ceremony held in Cong. Bnai
William G. Milliken, lieutenant
David.
governor of Michigan, as guest
Children of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman speaker at a dinner honoring Paul
Feldman of Ohio Ave. and Mr. and Axelrad, senior warden, 6:30 p.m.
Mrs. Louis Hayman of Knob Woods Sept. 27 in the Colonnade Room,
Dr., Southfield, the newlyweds Masonic Temple, Friends are in-'
left for Boston, where they plan to vited. For reservations, call Alan
reside.
S. Adelson, 342-6220.
* s *
The bride wore an Empire-style
gown of French silk and Belgian
TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB
lace. The Bible she carried was will hold a complimentary break-
covered with roses and Stephano- fast and double-feature program
tis.
9:30 a.m. Sunday at the temple.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Doug- Warren Orlick, golf pro at Tam
las Harris, sister of the bride. O'Shanter Country Club, will give
Irene Moses, Barbara Sill, Peggy a talk with demonstrations, and
Ehrenfeld, Ellen Harris and Mrs. Lee Smits of the public informa- 1
Stephen Hayman were brides- tion department of Michigan Con-
solidated Gas Co. will give a talk
-maids.
on a sportsman's life. Smits is a
Stephen Hayman was best man, veteran newsman and radio corn
and ushers were David Raitt, mentator. Sidney J. Newman Jr.
Richard Maddin, Barry Pinsky,
Jeffery Leib and Douglas Harris..

10 Countries Represented ,
at Latin Bnai Brith Parley

SAO PAULO (JTA)—More than
600 persons, including delegates
from 10 Latin American countries,
attended sessions of the fifth Latin
American convention of Bnai Brith
-last weekend. Federal, state, muni-
cipal and religious leaders, as well
as the heads of the local Jewish
community, welcomed the dele-
gates and their guests.

A feature of the session was
presentation of the Human Rights I
Medal to Dr. Julio de Mesquita I,
Filho. editor of the newspaper 0
Estado do Sao Paulo and president
of the Inter-American Press Asso-
ciation.

Before commencement of the
working sessions, the delegates
were received by Dom Agneli
Cardinal Rossi , archbishop of
NIalines-Brussels. Cardinal Rossi.
welcoming the Bnai - Brith repre-
sentatives. lauded , the atmosphere
of brotherhood in Brazil.
Mendel Stein Sapir of Chile was
elected president of the 20th dis-
trict of Bnai Brith. Other officers,
from Argentina,' Brazil and Uru-
gnay, were also named.
The convention approved for-
mation of a 23rd Bnai Brith Dis-
trict, made up of lodges in Carib-
bean countries, which will be in-
stalled shortly in Caracas, Vene-
zuela.
Rabbi Jay Kaufman of Washing-
ton, executive vice president of
Bnai Brith, was a participant in

the convention proceedings.
Meanwhile in Buenos Aires, a
pledge to seek closer bonds with
all religious groups in Argentina,
with "full respect" for people
of all faiths, was made by the
Rt. Rev. Msgr. Juan Carlo Aram-
buru, newly appointed archbishop
coadjutor of the Buenos Aires
Archdiocese.
The prelate made that pledge
when he received a delegation rep-
resenting DAIA, central organiza-
tion of Argentine Jewry. His pledge
was regarded as indication of im-
proved relations between the Cath-
olic hierarchy and the local Jewish
population.

MARILYNN SHAPIRO

president of the Men's Club, will
preside, and Newton L. Freedman,
vice president and program chair-
man, will introduce the speakers.
All male members of Temple
Israel are invited.
* s *

BETH AARON MEN'S CLUB
has reactivated its bowling league
and is currently meeting at North
Lanes 9:15 p.m. ever Thursday..
Application for participation may
be made to its chairman, Jack
Mittleman, 353-9847. Nonmembers
of Beth Aaron will be welcome for
this year's season.

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