THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, January 12, 1968
$180,000 BB Goal Is in Sight
Pisgah Program to Focus
on Martyrs' Forest and
A program commemorating Bnai
Brith's Martyrs' Forest in Israel
and Israel's forthcoming 20th anni-
versary will be held by Pisgah
Lodge in conjunction with the Jew-
ish National Fund, 8:30 p.m., Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Har-
, --sold L. Trattner,
tor of the Jewish
National Fund in
and Yiddish songs
will be presented
by Cantors Louis
Klein of Cong.
Rabbi Trattner Bnai Moshe and
Hyman Adler of Cong. Bnai David,
accompanied by pianist Bella Gold-
In 1954, the Bnai Brith Martyrs'
Forest was launched in cooperation
with the Jewish National Fund. It
is made up of 19 sections, each ded-
icated to one of the Jewish com-
munities destroyed by the Nazis
in World War IL
Within the Martyrs' Forest, is a
special section, the Forest of
Lodges and Chapters, planted in
1964. Along the entrance archway
are listed the hundreds of lodges
and chapters who have participated
in this project. Members, their
families and friends are invited to
the program at no charge. Refresh-
ments will be served.
For the HY Spot
Of Your Affair
And His Orchestra
The 1967-68 Bnai Brith Services
Appeal under the direction of co-
chairmen Mrs. Ira Albion and
George Tarnoff, is progressing to-
ward its goal of $180,000, the larg-
est target set for Bnai Brith in the
city of Detroit.
Funds raised through the city-
wide campaign conducted by the
25 lodges and chapters benefit
more than 15 Bnai Brith agencies
and philanthropies. Emphasis is
placed on Jewish youth program,
including the Bnai Brith Youth
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will have a paid-up member-
ship luncheon at Sholem Aleichem
Institute, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Mrs. John Shad a will speak on
"The Wonderful World of Wom-
en." Prospective members invited.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will feature station
WTAK's "Sound-off" commentator
Paul Winter at its ADL Meeting,
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Beth
Hillel. The public is invited. For
information call chairman Myna
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DETROIT LODGE CHAPTER
will meet noon Wednesday at Tem-
ple Israel. Luncheon will be served,
and guests are invited. Mrs. Alan
N a t h a n, past president of both
Morgenthau Chapter and the De-
troit Metropolitan Bnai Brith Worn-
en's Council, will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Henry Berris will review "A
Night of Watching" by Elliott Arn-
old and will present a short resume
of current Jewish fiction.
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LOUIS STONE CHAPTER in-
vites friends to "Come Meet the
Author" syndicated light verse
feature writer, Elinor K. Rose,
noon Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Manuel Katzman, 18920 Sil-
vercrest, Southfield. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. B. Fingeroot, pro-
gram chairman, LI 8-6755 or EL
6-4445. Petite buffet will be served.
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Organization, Hillel Foundations
and the Vocational Service.
The drive for funds will culmin-
ate Feb. 13-15 with an All-Star Re-
vue at the Masonic Temple. All
Bnai Brith members who buy or
sell a book of fund-raising tickets
will be sent two reserved seat tick.
ets for the revue.
Dr. Arieh Plotkin
Due at Reception
Dr. Arieh Plotkin, former Israel
Intelligence Corps Officer, will be
guest speaker at the leadership
reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Adelsberg 8:30 p.m., Jan
25 at their home, 18470 Onyx,
The affair is in advance of the
Einstein Lodge and Chapter Bnai
Brith dinner-dance, celebrating Is-
rail's 20th anniversary year.
Dr. Plotkin, an expert on the
Middle East, attended Hebrew
University and London University
and was the first
citizen of Israel
to be admitted to
Princeton U n i-
of public and in-
fairs. He receiv-
ed his MA and
where he taught
in the depart-
ment of politics.
Born in Ger-
many, he joined
the Hagana in 1937, shortly after
his arrival in Palestine. He served
as an officer in the intelligence
corps of Israel's defense forces
from its inception in 1945. He has
just arrived from Israel with first-
hand information of the changed
Middle East scene following the
Six-Day War. Dr. Plotkin has ap-
peared on Voice of America broad-
casts and lectured at the Univer-
sities of Wisconsin and Minnesota.
The Einstein dinner-dance will
be held Feb. 3 in the Bnai David
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The Michigan Mothers Commit-
tee has announced the launching
of the 1968 search for an outstand-
ing mother to be honored and to
represent the state in the annual
Nomination blanks may be ob-
tained by addressing a postcard
to Michigan Mothers Committee,
406 Fifth St., Traverse City, Mich.
These blanks must be filled in
and returned before the last day
A candidate may be sponsored
by any recognized organization.
The final selection of the Michi-
gan Mother will be announced in
April when she will be honored at
an Awards Luncheon sponsored by
the Northland Chamber of Com-
merce. The 1968 Michigan Mother
will then go - to New York City in
May, where she will meet the 51
other state mothers. At this time
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MISS RUTHANNE PICKMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pickman of
Wrexford Dr., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Ruthanne to Arvin Jay Pearlman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pearlman
of Hartwell Ave.
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Wayne Slate University college of
education. Her fiance attended
Wayne and is a student at the
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