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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-17

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28—Friday, October 17, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Services Appeal Campaign Led
by Paul Perry, Mrs. Robert Ellis

Paul Perry and Mrs. Robert
Ellis will lead the 1969 Bnai Brith
Services Appeal Campaign, it was
announced by Herman Kasoff
president of the Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith Council. Perry
has held a number of offices prior

Perry

tvIrs. Ellis

to his appointment as services ap-

peal chairman. He is a past presi-
dent of Louis D. Brandeis Lodge
and currently is serving as a vice
president of the Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith Council.
Mrs. Ellis was appointed by

Women Top $14,000
at Treasure Chest
Special Gifts Event

More than $14,000 was reported
raised by the women during the
special gifts portion of the Bnai
Brith Services Appeal. Donors of
$100 and more were honored at a
recent "Treasure Chest Luncheon"
at Tam O'Shanter Country Club.
Goal for the Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
during the campaign is $79,340.
Mrs. Moe Kudler of Los An-
geles, past international president
of Bnai Brith Women, was guest
speaker at the treasure chest
event. Mrs. Kudler discussed the
youth programs sponsored by Bnai
Britt' and highlighted the goals of
the Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-
tion and HiIlel, which serves Jew-
ish youth on the college cam-
puses. More than 70 per cent of
the: : funds raised during the ser-
vices "appeal go to the support of
these youth services.
Mrs. Kudler also stressed the
work of the Children's Home in
Israel in returning emotionally
disturbed youngsters to useful
roles in society. The home is
supported solely by Bnai Brit
Wornr.

Fu Ads raised during the appeal
also go toward the support of the
Anti-Defamation League and to
the philanthropies supported by
the organization.
Mrs. Alan Nathan served as spe-
cial gifts chairman for the wom-
en's council. assisted by Mrs.
Harold A. Robinson, Mrs. Bernard
Bliefield and Mrs. Jack Sayles.
Members of the fund-raising
committee serving as liasons with
the council's 25 chapters in the
Detroit area (luring the campaign
are Mesdames Irving Isaacs, Rob-
inson, Morris Pleason, Arthur
Schott, Beverly Toren, Benjamin
Wenner and Richard Zirkin.

• • •
Ike Stamp 1st-Day Cover
at Klutznik Exhibit Hall

Mrs. Allen Weitzman, president
of the Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit. Mrs.
Ellis, past president of the Ivan
S. Bloch Chapter, has served as
membership-retention chairman
a n d Anti-Defamation League
chairman for the Council. She is
a member of the Michigan Re-
gional Advisory Board of the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
Heading the Bnai Brith Services
Appeal Campaign for the 25 lodges
are the following chairmen: Tuck-
er. Richard Fine: Einstein. Nor-
man Adelsberg: Centennial, .Terry
K. Stein: Detroit, David Meyers:
Brendeis, Gary D. Stern; Marshall,
Albert Gutman. Samuel G. Bank;
Sholem Aleichem, Philip Levine:
Detroit Suburban. Bernard Alpert:
Dov Frenkel, Murray Hartz:
Downtown-Fox, Melvin G v a z d a,
Berko Zdanowicz; Jacobson, Wil-
liam Borkin; Keidan, Rudi J.
Straus; Morgenthau, Harold Zu.
ker: Israel, Howard Paul; Bloch,
Mark Schwartz: Livonia, Floyd
Bornstein; Zeigler, Charles Baker;
Motor City, Joseph Levine: Oak-
land Century, Maurice Rosender; '
Handler-East Side, Herbert Miller;
Pisgah, Milton M. Weinstein, Bur-
ton Gutman; Zager-Stone, Sidney
Kort• Leo Goldenberg; Rex. Mark
Liss; Grant, Ernest Grant; and
Tikvah, Joseph Sulkes.
Serving as fund-raising chairmen
for the Bnai Brith Women chap-
ters are the following Services Ap-
peal chairmen: Bloch. Mrs. Harry
Kelley; Brandeis, Mrs. Charles
Dworin: Business and Professional,
Mrs. Augusta Weinberg; Centen-
nial, Mrs. Myron Gruskin; Debo-
rah, Mrs. Donald Davis; Detroit,
Mrs. Stanley Tucker; Downtown-
Fox Mrs. Alan Viedrah; East
Side, Mrs. Irving Beck; Einstein,
Mrs. Marcus Last; Frenkel, Mrs.
David Freedman; Galilee. Mrs.
Lewis Cooke; Gershwin. Mrs. Har-
vey Pollock; Handler, Mrs. David'
J(irsh; Israel, Mrs. George Meyer;
Jacobson, Mrs. Leo Atkins; Kei-
dan, Mrs. Harry Farber; Marshall,
Mrs. Manuel Dorfman; Morgen-
thau, Mrs. Murray Sedley; Pisgah,
Mrs. Julius Ring: Res, Mrs. Frank
Blase: Stone, Mrs. Edward Mar- ,
cus; Tikvah, Mrs. Irving Lash;
Tucker, Mrs. Donald Cohen: Za-
ger, Mrs. Philip Goren; and Zei-
ger, Mrs. Herbert Bez.
• •

Bnai Brith Establishes
Annual Literary Award

WASHINGTON — Bnai Brith an-
nounces establishment of the Bnai
.Brith AJE Book Award, an an-
nual S500 literary prize to a single
work, published during the pre-:
ceding year, which "by its au-
thenticity and substance adds a di-
mension to creative Jewish life."
The award will be administered
by the Bnai Brith commission on
adult Jewish education.
It is a companion award to Bnai
Brith's Jewish Heritage Award, a
SI 000 prize presented annually
since 1965 for excellence in Jewish
literature to a writer for his col-
lective works over a period of
years.
Both awards will be presented
at the commission's annual meet-
ing Feb. 22 in New York.
• Judges for the two awards are
Arthur A. Cohen, author and edi-
tor; Dr. Louis Kaplan. president
of Baltimore Hebrew College;
Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive .
vice-president of Bnai Brith; Dr.
Harold Weisberg of Brandeis Uni-
versity, commission chairman, and
author Elie Wiese], first recipient
of the Jewish Heritage Award.
'

caritli

'Activities

ISRAEL CHAPTER will host
Senator Roger Craig at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter. He will speak on "Our Rebel-
lious youth." Friends are invited.
and refreshments will be served.
• • •
BRANDEIS CHAPTER presents
Rose Mash and her choral ensem-
ble at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Beth Hillel. Husbands and friends
are welcome, and refreshments
will be served.
• • •
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will be joined by
PHILIP HANDLER CHAPTER in
presenting an entertainment pro-
gram at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Oak
Park Community Center. A staff
member of "Contact 10" of the
Detroit News will tell some human
interest stories that have been re-
ceived. Friends are invited. Re-
freshments will be served.

• • •

Galilee Chapter will present
Dr. Haim Ginott, clinical
psychologist, lecturer and author
8 p.m. Nov. 12 at Mercy College
Auditorium. Dr.
Ginott, adjunct
associate profes-
sor at New York
University, is.
clinical professor.
at Adelphi Uni-
versity, postdoc-
toral program in
psychotherapy.
His book, “Be-
tween Parent.
and Child." was Dr. Ginott
on national best-seller lists for
over a year, and translated into 13
languages. Dr. Ginott writes a
monthly column about parents and
children in McCall's magazine.
His book. "Between Parent and
Teen-Ager," is the result of many
years experience working with
parents and teen-agers in guidance
psychotherapy. For tickets or in-
formation, call Mrs. Mark Klinger.
476-4580, or Mrs. Murray Slomo-
vitz 533-6252. •

Sosin to Perform
at Ak- ia
v Meekly,

Akiva Hebrew Day School
Parent-Teachers Association and
Friends of Akiva will join for a
meeting 8 p.m. Oct. 26 at Young
Israel Center of Oak-Woods.
Max Sosin, president of Cong.
Bnai David, will .
entertain, a n d
Robert Torgow,
PTA president.
will chair the
meeting. Officers
of the school who
will be installed
are David S.
Tanzman, presi-
dent: Moses E.
Berlin and Har-
old Platt, vice
presidents: Leslie
Krakovits. treas-
urer: and George Sosin
Weingarden, recording secretary.
Sosin, well known as a humorist,
has performed for many groups
without fee, particularly the Jew-
ish Home for Aged. He has been
named honorary president of Bran-
deis Lodge, Bnai Brith and an
honorary member of Cong. Beth
Abraham and - of the Brent Hos-
pital staff.

WASHINGTON — A first-day
cover of the new U.S. six-cent
stamp honoring the late General
Eisenhower, citing his "decisive
DAVID STARR, managing edi-
role as liberator of the Nazi death
tor of the Long Island Press, has
camps," is being offered by the
been elected to the board of di-
Bnai Brith Klutznick Exhibit Hall.
rectors of the Jewish Telegraphic
The cover, postmarked Abilene,
Agency, Robert H. Arnow, JTA
Kan., features a picture of Eisen-
president, announced. Starr 47 I
hower in 1945 inspecting a concen-
has been managing editor of the
tration camp at Ohrdurf, Ger-
ZACHARIAH KIKAYON h a s Long Island daily since 1962. He
many.
been named manager of Solcoor, has served as president of the
The philatelic cover can be ob Inc., North American representa- New York State Associated Press
tamed by sending 40 cents and a tive of Israel's largest industrial Association.
self-addressed envelope to Bnai organization. Koor Industries, Ltd..
Britt Klutznick Exhibit Hall, 1640 it was announced in Tel Aviv by The blemishes of the mind, like
Rhode Island Ave., N.W., Wash- Meir Amit. managing director of those of the face, increase by age.
ington, D.C. 20036.
f Koor, —La Rochefoucauld.

Sinai's Heart Disease Study Matches
Detroiters With Israeli Relatives

One hundred people in the De- cedures follow a specially coded
troit area are being matched with system and are sent to Boston
their brothers and sisters who have where they will be compared by
migrated to Israel to see if the computer at a designated time.
family or environment have great- Dr. Segall noted that the study
er influence on the incidence of stems from the observation that
heart disease. coronary heart disease appears to
A Harvard University medical be less frequent in Israel than in
team is in Detroit for a two-week North America. His study will aid
testing period of Detroit volun- in determining whether migration
teers in the Shiffman Clinic at is associated with a decrease in
the risk of developing the disease
Sinai Hospital of Detroit.
The study, led by Dr. Ascher J. due to change of environment and
Segall of Harvard, is to find dif- ultimately make strides towards
ferences in the disease between prevention. Similar studies have
persons who have migrated from been made in Ireland, Italy,
the U.S. and Canada to Israel and England and Norway.
their brothers and sisters still re-
Lead Torch Drive Volunteers
siding in North America.
Dr. Segall, associate professor
Mrs. Burton J. Bordener, at a
of epidemiology in the faculty of meeting in her home. at 16834 Oak-
public health at Harvard and his field, announced the names of her
wife Naomi, chief assistant, volunteer chairmen for the 1969
started their study three years Torch Drive campaign.
ago under the auspices of the U.S.
They include Mesdames A. N.
Public Health Service and the Benshass, Alan Block, Sol Balti-
Ministry of Health in Israel.
more, Jack Kaplan and Charles
During 1966 and 1967, the Segalls Schwartz, all of the Northwest
and their staff supervised medical area.
examinations of 2,500 persons now
living in Israel. The exams con-
Have An Affair tp Remember
sisted of an electrocardiogram,
blood pressure measurement, lung
function test, blood cholesterol de-
termination, height and weight
And Orchestra
hm is etaosrvements and a brief medical

MORI LITTLE

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Siblings of those tested in Israel,
still living in North America, re-
PHOTOGRAPHY
ceived a letter from Dr. Segall,
which explained the purpose of the
test, the testing procedure and ask-
ing personal cooperation of the
547-4805
study.
WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAS
SPECIAL OCCASIONS
The blood samples taken in
Israel have been frozen and
shipped to Boston where they are
being held in cold storage until
the frozen sample of the compar-
able sibling in North America ar-
rives. The samples will be tested
on the same day by the same
technician to reduce the human
variability.
*BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS *
The electrocardiograph, taken by
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Mrs. Segall, is recorded. The re-
sults of this and other test pre- : 4**********************4

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