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April 19, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-19

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Richard Lobenthal, Michigan di-
r e c t or of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, will be mod-
erator at the Human Relations
Seminar for Bnai Brith members
. 11 a.m. Sunday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
Sponsored by the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Men's and
Women's Councils and the ADL,
the seminar will focus on "Con-
frontation With Critical Issues."
In addition to Dr.-Leonard Moss,
professor and chairman of the de-
partment of sociology and anthro-
pology at Wayne
State University,
other discussion
leaders will be:
Saul Wineman,
known to his lis-
t enin g audience
.as Paul Winter ,
Commentator of
WTAK; Martin • \
Doctoroff, attor- •
ney; Dr. Harold
Dr. Moss
Norris, a founder of the American
Civil Liberties Union in Michigan
and professor of constitutional and
criminal law at the Detroit College
of -Law; and Nelson Chase, vice

president of the Michigan regional
advisory board, ADL.
Mrs. Saul Greenfield is confer-
ence chairman; Mrs. Andrew Ber-
ger and David Bittker, ADL chair-
men for Bnai Brith councils; Mrs.
Gordon Fruitman and Arthur
Schott, presidents of Bnai Brith
councils.
For information and reserva-
tions, call chairman Mrs. Barney
Plotnik, 548-0723.

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MISS MARLENE POTASHNIK

Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Potashnik
of E. Knoliwood Cir., W. Bloom-
field Twp. annonce the engage-
ment of their daughter Marlene to
Harold M. Glass, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max R. Glass of Lansing.
Miss Potashnik is a graduate of
Michigan State University college
of education. Her fiance attends
the school of commerce at Ferris
State College.
A July wedding is planned.

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Arctiv'ities

TIKVAH LODGE will hear a dis-
cussion of the legal, medical and
theological implications of heart
transplant 8:30 p.m. Thursday at
Workmen's Circle Center. Vice-
President Andrew Berger has
made arrangements for the meet-
ing. Panelists will be Dr. Berton L.
London, cardiologist at Sinai,
Grace and Beaumont hospitals;
former chief of medicine in the
U.S. Army and faculty member of
the Wayne State University School
of Medicine; Rabbi Leonard S. Ca-
han, associate r a b b i at Adas
Shalom Synagogue and former
Navy chaplain in the Far East;
and Louis E. Barden, attorney and
past president of the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council. This
meeting is open to all lodge and
chapter members and their guests.
Refreshments will be served.

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Rumor Control Topic
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Jim Herrington, WXYZ-TV news U
reporter; and Van Stoner, chief of U
the Detroit Rumor Control Center ;
will lead a discussion of the ef- U
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particularly concerning racial inci- U
dents, at a meeting sponsored by
the Southfield-Lathrup Village Hu-
man Relations Council 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at St. Michael Catholic U
Church, Southfield.
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In addition, a memorial service
will be held for the Rev. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. The public
is invited without charge. Re-
freshments will be served.
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NEW YORK — 2,000 leaders of
business, industry and public af-
fairs April 10 attended the Bnai U
Brith Humanitarian Award Dinner
in honor of Philip B. Hofmann,
chairman of the board of Johnson U
and Johnson.
The audience, largest ever to at-
tend a Bnai Brith dinner of this U
kind, heard the guest of honor call U
upon "the hearts and minds of U
men" to cure "the social ills that
afflict us today in this nation."
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Pianist JESUS MARIA SAN- U
ROMA, in his first appearance U
with the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra, and Gordon Staples, the U
symphony's assistant concert-
master, will be featured soloists
during the last week of the Cabaret
"Pops" Concerts. Arthur Fiedler
will conduct the programs. Tickets
at the box office, Grinnell's or
Hudson's.
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Canadian Leader
of JNF to Speak at
Presidents Brunch.

Nathan 0. Harwich, chairman of
the board and immediate past
president of the Jewish National
Fund of Toronto, will be guest
speaker at the second annual Bnai
Brith Presidents Brunch 11 a.m.
April 28, at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute.
The brunch is
co-sponsored by
the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, and
admission is by
the purchase of
one or more trees
in the Bnai Brith
Martyrs' Forest.
It will pay tribute,
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to the 25 Bnai
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Brith lodge
Hurwich
and to the
SCHWARTZ idents
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
356- 8563
Council president, Arthur C. Schott.
Tribute will also be paid to the
Bnai Brith Martyrs' Forest chair-
THE NEWEST
men and workers.
IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
Hurwich, recently returned from
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
an extensive tour of Israel, is the
junior past president of the To-
ronto Lodge of Bnai Brith and
treasurer of Cong. Beth Tzedec.
** ENTERTAINMENT 4(4(
Morris Direnfeld, past presi-
• SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ 4( dent of the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council, is serving
AGENCY
Berkley, Michigan
as chairman of the brunch, at
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* Sing-a-long with Slides
which trees purchased for admis-
Jir * Field Caricature Artists
sion will be in honor of the Bnai
* Organ Grinder Man
Brith presidents, and will also in-
* Balloon, Comedy Acts
augurate the new Detroit Bnai
ATP * Jack Barnes & Dancers
Brith Victory Forest in the Mar-
1 L, * Dino Valle
tyrs' Forest.
* Harry Jarkey
* Bob Bennett Orchestra
A woodland of 2,500 trees will be
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4( planted in Schott's honor. Max
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Lieberman is chairman of the Bnai
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4C Brith Martyrs' Forest and will pre-
**** 356-8525 ***K sent the awards to the presidents.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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