Bnai Brith Gift for Lady Bird:
an Etvog Box for Sukkot
Friday, April 12, 1968-33
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
EDDIE JACOBSON CHAPTER
has installed its officers for 1968-
1969: president, Dorothy Sears;
vice presidents, Mesdames Rubin
Eizen and William Offerman;
treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Cohn; and
secretaries, Mesdames Marvin
Siegel, Lee Atkins and Irving
Dayan Leaves Hospital; Will Resume Work Sunday
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Defense Min- logical site near here. Doctors said
ister Moshe Dayan left Tel Hasho- he had made an exemplary recov-
mer Hospital Wednesday and is ex- ery.
petted to resume normal work at
his office on Sunday.
. Gen. Dayan was confined to the
hospital since • March 20 when he
suffered multiple injuries in a
cave-in while exploring an archaeo-
Bnai Brith President
to Be Feted at Brunch
Co-Sponsored With JNF
The second annual Bnai Brith
Presidents Brunch, held in cooper-
ation with the Jewish National
Fund, honoring Arthur C. Schott,
president of , the Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith Council and the
25 Bnai Brith lodge presidents,
will be held at
11 a.m., April 28
at the Labor
award from Bnai
Brith and the
Jewish National .
Fund will be pre-
sented to Schott
for his work and
dedication to the
Bnai Brith Israel
program. A woodland of 2,500
trees will be planted in his honor.
Tribute also will be paid to the
Bnai Brith Martyrs' Forest chair-
men and workers.
Admission to the brunch will
be the purchase of one or more -
trees in honor of the Bnai Brith
presidents, and will also serve
to inaugurate the new Detroit
Bnai Brith Victory Forest in the
Max Lieberman is chairman of
the Bnai Brith Martyrs' Forest,
and Morris Direnfeld is brunch
Bnai Brith lodge presidents to
be honored are Jules Abrams, Os-
car Bakalar, Morris Berk; Philip
Bornstein, George Broder, . Sam
Chavkin, Harry' Dines, Bernard
Dosie; Daniel Hoffer, Maynard C.
Kalef, ;Ronald Kane, Mark Klinger,
Nathan Kusnit, Joe Levine, Philip
Levine, Robert Monheit, Marvin
Posner, Abraham Rapoport, Na-
than Rubenstein, Jack Segal, Ed-
ward Schlussel, Sheldon Sherman,
Murray Tait, Irving Tutunick and
For the Ultimate in
There Can Be No
Compromise With Detail
IN WEDDING • BA.R MITZVAH
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY.
The White House now has an etrog box. Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson
shows delight with a contemporary silver replica of a 19th Century
canister used during Sukkot, presented her by Mrs. Arthur G. Rosen-
bluth, retiring president of Bnai Brith Women, at the organization's
triennial convention. The silver box inscription is in Hebrew and
English from the 19th Psalm: "May the Lord grant strength unto
His people and bless His people with peace." Mrs. Johnson addressed
the convention, largest in BBW's 71-year history.
Human Relations Seminar to Focus
on Problems of Racism, Ultra-Right
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Chase, vice president of the Michi-
Men's and Women's Councils and q.an Regional Advisory Board of
the Anti-Defamation League of the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith will hold their ninth Bnai Brith, will lead a group on
annual Adventures in Human Re- Tascism, Extremism and Racial
lations Seminar 11 a.m. April 21 Rightism."
at the Labor Zionist Institute:
The planning committee for the
Registration and brunch will pre-: - seminar includes Mrs. Saul Green:-
cede-Abe program, "Confrontation field, conference chairman; Gary
Alter, Bnai Brith executive direc•
With : critical Issues."
Dr. Leonard Moss, chairman of , tor; Mrs. Andrew Berger and
the department of sociology and David Bittker, ADL chairmen;
anthropology at Wayne State Uni- Mrs. Annette S. Ran; Mrs. Jack
versity, will lead a group on "Race, Sayles; Melvin-. Weisz; Mrs. Al
Racism and Race Relations;" Saul Stein, past president of Bnai Brith
Wineman, commentator of radio Women's Council; Arthur C. Schott,
station WTAK, will conduct a. dis- preSident of Metropolitan Detroit
cussion of "Race Relatfons;" attor- Bnai Brith Men's Council; and MrS.
ney Martin Doctoroff and Dr. Gordon Fruitman, president of
Harold Norris ; a founder of the Bnai Brith Women's Council.
For reservations by Thursday,
American Civil Liberties Union in
Michigan, will lead a group on call Mrs. Barney Plotnik, reserva- Bnai Brith, YIVO Sponsor
"Church - State, Constitution and tions chairman, 548-0723.
Warsaw Ghetto Exhibit'
Current Assault" and Nelson All Bnai Brith members, includ-
WASHINGTON—A traveling ex-
ing young adult groups and youth hibit of more than 100 photographs
and documents unearthed in the
Goodman-Schloss Rites organizations, are asked to attend. ruins
of the Warsaw Ghetto or cap-
Couple Leaves Estate
tured from the Nazis after the war
Planned for August
is being offered for public showings
to Israel for Youth Work throughout
the country as part of
NEW YORK—Mr. and Mrs. Leo the 25th commemorative of the
Kahane of New York City have Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
executed their will leaving their
The exhibit is jontly sponsored
entire estate to. the Bnai Brith by YIVO Institute for. Jewish--Re-
Foundation of the United States. search and the Bnai Brith Klutz-
Mrs.. Kahane, who is not Jewish, nick Exhibit Hall. -
stated: "As a non-Jew, I hope to
The exhibit includes facsimiles of
set an example for others to emu-
late to leave bequests to Bnai German directives and remnants of
Brith for its continuously expand- Jewish records as well as photos
ind dedicative work for all hu- depicting ghetto life and Nazi atro-
manity. This type of legacy does cities.
For rental information write the
not deny our own kin; it comes
back to them in the form of a Klutznick Exhibit Hall, Bnai Brith
better world for all of us to live Building, 1640 Rhode Island, N.W.,
in." The gift, which is estimated WaShingion, D.C. 20036.
in excess of six figures, will serve
to continue and enhance the youth Scholarships Named
work in Israel, which is of par-
ticular interest to Mr. and Mrs. for 'Paula Ben-Gurion
Kahane. 0 :
LONDON (JTA)—The establish-
MISS IRIS GOODMAN
ment of a Paula Ben-Gurion
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goodman, Israeli Hopes, for Peace
Foundation to provide scholarships
former Detroiters of Rosalyn, L.I.,
at all educational levels for needy
announce the engagement of their Declining, Poll Shows
Israeli youngsters was disclosed to
daughter Iris Karen to Richard
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—The Institute the Jewish Telegraphic A g e n c y
Howard Schloss, son of Mr. and for Research in Public Opinion just here Sunday by one of its govern-
Mrs. Morton Schloss of Highland concluded a poll which reveals that ors.
the nine months following last
Abraham Tsivion, director of the
The bride-elect is a senior at June's war have reduced Israeli Midrasha, the Ben-Gurion college
the University of Michigan, where optimism about .a peaceful solution in Sde Boker, said that the .founda-
she has been affiliated . with Sigma of the Israel-Arab conflict.
tion named in memory of , the late
Delta Tau sorority. Her fiance is
Compared to July 1967, the feel- wife of Israel's former prime min-
a U. of M. senior and a member ing of optimism dropped 4 points ister would provide scholarships at
of Zeta Beta Tau. Fraternity.
—from 72.2 in July, to 68.7 by the the Midrasha's seminary, high
school or school of field studies.
An August wedding is planned. end of March.
It is the extra "Little
Things" we give which
are so much appreciated.
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