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November 24, 1967 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-24

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24—Friday, November 24, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Neal Schechters
Will Live in Oak Park

Bnai Brith Hanuka Festival Slated

The 1967.68 Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Israel Bond program
will be held in December with most
lodges participating, it was an-
nounced by Arthur Schott, council
president. Mrs. Al Stein is the

women's council president.
Felix Rosenzweig is Israel Bond

chairman of the Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith Council, and Mrs.

cBnai g3ritiz
Activities

ISRAEL CHAPTER will hold a
rummage sale 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
day at the Women's Club of Fern-
dale. Designers clothes and house-
hold items are among the mer-
chandise.
• • •
TIKVAH CHAPTER will hold
a smorgasbord luncheon and games
noon Tuesday at the Workmen's
Circle Center. Guests are welcome
to this meeting hosted by the
bowlers.

BB Asks Participation
in Rights Poverty Battle

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jewish
parents were advised Monday to
involve themselves more deeply in
efforts to improve housing, school.
ing and employment opportunities
for Negroes "as an example to your
children" and as a means of creat-
ing better rapport with them.
B e n Barkin. chairman of the
Bnai Brith Youth Commission,
policy-making body of the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization, told the
annual meeting of the commission-
ers here that their demands for
local and national initiatives to
bring about equality for Negroes
may provide "fringe benefits you
never expected."
"You will find added rapport
with your teen-age children. You
will find you're making them proud
of you because they are already
involved in the thick of where the
action is. Most of them question
the inequities of the system and
are probably blaming you, their
parents and leaders, for letting
these injustices go on," Barkin
said. nesday,

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Norma Hudosh is Israel Bond chair-
man of the women's council. Twen-
ty-five lodges and 25 chapters are
participating in the program.
Pisgah Lodge and Chapter will
host a Hanuka festival for Israel
to honor the modern Maccabees of
Israel 8:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at Cong.
Ahavas Achim. Marshall Lodge and
Chapter will be the hosts 8:30 p.m.
Dec. 12, also at Ahavas Achim.
Other lodges and chapters will be
the co-sponsors.
Lew Norman, comedian, actor
and master of ceremonies, will
head the program of entertain-
ment at the two affairs. Norman
has appeared on the Ed Sulli-
van Show, Tonight show and on
leading radio programs. He has
starred in night clubs and thea-
ters, in the United States and
Canada. An added feature will
be music by Eric Rosenow and
his Continentals.
The goal of the 1967-68 Bnai
Brith campaign is an Israel Bond
purchased by every Bnai Brith
family, said Schott.
Council Israel Bond co-chairmen
are Sam Freedman, Ben Goldhoff,
Maurice Rosender, Leon Weberman
and Carmi Slomovitz.
Admission is free, and refresh-
ments will be served. For table
reservations call Israel Bonds, DI
1-5707.

Gershwin Chapter
to Honor Mrs. Stein

George Gershwin Chapter in-
vites all Bnai Brith members,
their families and
friends to a testi-
monial honoring
Mrs. Al Stein,
president of Bnai
Brit h Women's
Council and past
president of Ger-
shwin Chapter,
8:30 p.m. Wed-
at the
Sholem Aleichem Mrs. Stein
Institute. An evening of entertain-
ment will be presented with the
"Best of Gershwin."

BB to Train Teachers

for Hebrew School

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (JTA)-
Twenty University of Maryland un-
dergraduate students have enrolled
in an experimental project to quali.
fy as teachers in one-day-a-week
Jewish schools and thus help to
reduce a crippling shortage of
Jewish teachers.
The students are participating in
a non-credit study program or-
angized by the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Maryland University
and the Board of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater Washington.
Classes are held at the Hillel
House on the Maryland campus.
Selected rabbis and Jewish educa-
tors from the Washington area
serve as instructors. The course is
supplementary to the regular un-
dergraduate courses of the stu-
dents.

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Service Group to Hear
Israel Survey Report

The Detroit Service Group of the
Jewish Welfare Federation will
hold its board of directors meeting
12:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Fred
M. Butzel Memorial Building,
George D. Keil, president, has an-
nounced.
The agenda will include the elec-
tion of officers. Members of the
Detroit Service Group's Israel sur-
vey four which returned Nov. 4
will give first-hand reports on their
trip. Speaking will be Max M.

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MRS. NEAL SCHECHTER

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Marilyn Levin and Neal Schech-
ter were united in marriage Nov.
21 at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Rabbi Milton Arm officiated.
Following a New York honey-
moon, the couple will live in Oak
Park.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore Levin of Tracey
Ave. Her husband is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schechter of
James Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a silk worsted
gown beaded with pearls and
rhinestones. She carried Stephano-
tis and white orchids.
Frances Rubin was maid of
honor.

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with the publishing house of W. W.
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of its 50-volume Jewish Heritage
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The series is planned as a basic
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Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh of
Detroit, Shimon Peres, secretary
general of Israel's Rafi Party and
his country's former deputy de-
fense minister, and Morris B. Ab-
ram, president of the American
Jewish Committee, are among the
national and international figures
who will address sessions of the
agency's annual national executive
board meeting, Nov. 30 through
Dec. 3, at the Fairmont Hotel, San
Francisco.
Mayor Cavanagh, whose topic
will be "Cities Are Not For Burn-
ing," and Abram will be the prin-
cipal speakers at the dinner meet-
ing, Dec. 2, to be attended by 800
AJC leaders from across the
country.
In his address, Mayor Cavanagh
will discuss why radical violence
erupted in Detroit this past sum-
mer after the nation's fifth largest
city had been a model of restraint
for many years, and what private
agencies and individuals like AJC
and its members can do to ease
tensions in the city.

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To Cite 25-Year Members

Pisgah Chapter will hold a can-
dlelight award party honoring 30
25-year members, Wednesday at
1Cong. Beth Hillel.
Mrs. Lee Frank-
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program chair-
man, will intro-
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Eddy of Farming-
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Church and
WTAK radio, and
Rabbi Gerald Tel-
ler of Cong. Shaa-
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Luncheon will be served. Mrs.
Julius Ring is president and Mrs.
Henry Lewis, membership chair-
,nan. Guests are invited.

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