nai Brith Lodges Boost Israel Bonds"
At the Albert Einstein Lodge and Chapter, Bnai Brith, leadership
reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dorfman, at which a total
of S60,000 in Israel Bonds was subscribed, are (from left) seated:
Lena Yoffee, president of the chapter; Henry Levy, former JDC
director in Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and North Africa, guest speaker;
and Mala Dorfman, hostess and chapter Israel Bond co-chairman.
Standing: Henry Dorfman, host; Myra Berman, chapter Israel Bond
chairman; Eric Rosenow, president of the lodge; and Leon Weber-
man, lodge Israel Bond chairman. The reception was held in ad-
vance of the annual Einstein Israel Bond dinner-dance, scheduled for
8:15 p.m. Jan. 31 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Sarah Rubine, Israeli
musical comedy star, will be guest artist. Hy Kalus, director of the
Israel Habima Theater, will be guest speaker. Eric Rosenow and
his Continentals will provide the music. For reservations, call the
Israel Bond office, 352-6770.
Lodge and Chapter,
Bnai Brith, at their
in Israel Bonds.
With Mrs. Sam
president, and Fed-
eral Judge Law-
rence Gubow, guest
left) Maurice Vic-
tor, who chaired
the meeting; Max
Israel Bond chair-
man; and Larry
Pianin, lodge pres-
Honor Babel With Bnai Brith Award
nual meeting, Feb. 22, in New
Predominantly a short story
writer, Mr. Babel achieved inter-
national fame in the 1920s with
publication of "Odessa Tales" on
The $1,000 literary prize, estab- Jewish life in his native city, and
lished in 1966 by Bnai Brith's com- "Red Cavalry," fictionalized ac-
mission on adult Jewish education, counts of his experiences as a
is given annually to a writer who, correspondent riding with the Red
in his total works, "makes a posi- Cossacks.
tive contribution to contemporary
literature by his authentic inter-
pretation of Jewish life and
Mr. Babel, who was imprisoned
by Soviet officials in 1939 and died
while in custody, is the first writer
to be chosen for the Bnai Brith
Tucker Lodge will sponsor a talk
by Rabbi Milton Arm of Cong. Beth
Presentation will be made to Achim on "The Problems Facing
Nathalie Babel, the author's daugh- the Jew in Today's Troubled So-
ter, at an awards luncheon during ciety," 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak
the Bnai Brith commission's an- Park Community Center. Refresh-
ments will be served. The public
Bnai Brith announces the selec-
tion of Isaac Babel, the late Soviet
writer, as recipient of its 1970 Jew-
ish Heritage Award for "excellence
in Jewish literature."
Bnai Brith Offers
—Drawing by John
WASHINGTON — Bnai Brith is
offering a limited supply of British
Commonwealth first-day stamp
covers honoring the bicentenary
of Gibraltar's Shaar Hashamayin
The commemorative cover fea-
tures a cancellation mark depict-
ing a seven-branched menora on
a colorful three-penny stamp
showing pictures of Queen Eliza-
beth and an ocean liner that passes
through the Straits of Gibralter.
The envelope bears engravings of
a Star of David and the Rock of
Gibralter, and wording noting the
synagogue's 200th anniversary.
Copies at $1 each may be obtain-
ed from the Bnai Brith Klutznick
Exhibit Hall, Rhode Island Ave.,
N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036.
, THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 23, 1970-27
Overdose of `Shtet1 Yarns' Fed to Youth, Writer Say
THE GREATER DETROIT
Jewish youth has been given an
SCRAP METAL ASSOCIATION, overdose of so-called "shtetl"
at its annual election, elected Mar- literature this past year, Charles
tin Shulman, president; Jack Mill- Raddock declared in summing up
er and Louis Freeman, vice presi- 1969's American books of Jewish
dents; Jerry Sipher and Phil Fealk, interest for the young.
secretaries; Herb Rosen, treasur-
What they should be getting in-
er; and Ben Davis, sergeant-at- , stead, said Raddock, newspaper-
man and author of a world history
* * *
of the Jews, "Portrait of a Peo-
AESCULAPIAN PHARMACEU- ple," is the authentic Jewish epic
TICAL ASSOCIATION will hold retold for them by authors whose
its installation dinner 6:30 p.m. creative insights are not limited by
Wednesday at the Rascal House. a "shtetl" psychology, as none of
Officers for 1970 are Aaron Karp, them could measure up to the mas-
president; Max Millman, vice pres- ter story-teller of all, Sholom Alei-
ident; Michael Wainer, treasurer; chem.
and Asher Smith and Phillip
Raddock has been experimenting
Shiener, secretaries. For reserva- for the young American reader
tions, call Harry Katzman, 358- with authentic historical material.
0085; Charles Tennen, 542-2999; or
Smith, GR 4-5557 or GR 4-3855.
BNAI DAVID MENS CLUB will
hear Dr. Marvin Weckstein, psy-
chiatristat Sinai Hospital, 8:30
p.m. Thursday at the synagogue. I
He will speak on the "Role of the
Psychiatrist in Pressures of Mod-
ern Living, Drug Abuse and Youth
Rebellion." Friends are welcome.
His first such effort was a three-
part historical fiction in "World
Over," national magazine for Jew-
ish youth, this month.
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itual leader of the
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man was ordain-i
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Hebrew Union College-Jewish Inti-
tute of Religion. After 18 years at
Har Sinai Temple in Trenton, N.J.,
he was called this year to the pul-
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tions in the United States.
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was granted a sabbatical year for
study in Jerusalem. He was award-
, ed the degree of doctor of Hebrew
letters from .HUC-JIR in 1966 and
served as visiting professor at
Rutgers University. He is a mem-
ber of the executive boards of both
the Central Conference of Ameri-
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