Huai Brith Installs Henry Edelman
President of Metro Detroit Council
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai secretary, Mark Stern; assistant
Brith Council, coordinating body 1 recording secretary, Dennis Rice:
for the 25 Bnai Brith Lodges, an- treasurer, Max Lieberman; and
nounces the election of Henry ! chaplain, Herman Kasoff, junior
Edelman to head the council for past president.
Trustees of the council are
He will be installed at the 31st Harry Pearson, chairman; Irwin
Martin Budman, Samuel
annual installation 6 p.m. Wednes-
I Greenberg, Maynard Kalef, Rudi
day at Cong. Bnai David.
David Levine, Harry
Edelman, 17401 Pennsylvania,
Nathan. Harry Oberstein and
Southfield, has served as president
of Maurice C. Zeiger Lodge. presi-
Louis Weber, past president of
dent of the Zeiger Bowling League
and vice president of the Bnai the council, will serve as chairman
Brith Council for the past three of the installation, and Harry
Weinberger, past president, will
presidents area serve as co-chairman. For reserva-
Harold Jaffa, Paul Perry, Louis , tions, call the council office, 341-
Segel and Stephen Zorn; recording' 0863.
And His Orchestra
PISGAH LODGE will install• its
new officers in the main auditor-
ium of the Michigan Credit Union
League Building 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day. The following will be install-
ed: John Anstandig, president;
Meyer Littky, Aaron Bayer and
Leo Feber, vice presidents; Ben-
jamin Goldhoff and Lester Lunsky,
secretaries; Harry Citrin, treasur-
er; Al Siegel, assistant chaplain;
Isadore Gussin, warden; and Emil
Feiner, guardian. Dr. Hebet Bean,
outgoing president, automatically
assumes the office of chaplain.
Trustees are Barney Levine, Her-
man Layne, Edward Bean, Steph-
en Seth Gold, Harry Gellman, Joe
Gutterman, Sam Haber, Sam Weis-
man, Michael Podlesny, Meyer
Blatt, Max Sheldon and Nathan
Rose. Elia Goldberg, chairman of
installation arrangements, states
there will be a short program in-
cluding music and a social hour.
Rudolph Meyersohn will be master
of ceremonies. Leonard Edelman
will discharge the outgoing offi-
cers, and Elias Goldberg will in-
stall the new officers.
• • •
HENRY MORGENTHAU LODGE
recently installed Norm Bernstein
as president. Other officers in-
stalled were the following: Harold
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augurate the series this fall, is
dean of the law faculty at Tel
Aviv University and the author
of several works on Israeli law.
Ile also has been an associate
editor and columnist with "Haar-
etz," Israel's leading morning
newspaper, and has written on
Israel for American and European
periodicals. Currently his biweek-
ly program, on which current is-
sues are debated, is one of Israel's
most popular TV shows.
Dr. Biran, the winter lecturer,
is director of Israel's department
of antiquities and museums and
oversees all archeological excava-
tions in the country.
He has participated in "digs" at
Ein Gev, Ner David, Tel Zippor
and most recently Tel Dan, where
historical Canaanite remains from
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Their speaking tours, sponsored
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synagogues, community councils
and Hillel Foundations, are de-
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temporary Jewish themes among
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TEE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The GERTRUDE KASLE GAL-
LERY, will open an exhibit of 30—Friday, June 12, 1970
assemblage and collage by Philip
Van Brunt and May Wilson, June
Zuker, Larry Harwin and Sid Feld-
man, vice presidents; Henry Cohn,
Morrie Ross and Nate Zeron, sec-
retaries: Ed Chinsky, treasurer;
Duke Singer, chaplain; Gil Glad-
stone.• warden; Ellis Rabb, guard-
ian; and Abe Burnstein, Art Gold-
berg, Paul Fink, Alan Nathan and
Mary Posner, board of trustees.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will hold its co-ed
meeting for paid-up members and
male guests 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at
the Oak Park Community Center.
Dues will be accepted at the door.
Dancers "Joe and Delores" will
perform. Dancing and refresh-
ments will follow. For information,
call Alice Cohen, 538-1277, or Shir-
ley Bernstein, 547-1954.
• • •
GALILEE CHAPTER will hold
its annual night of games 8 p.m.
Monday at Mercy College. For
tickets and information, call Mrs.
Paul Schreiman, 352-0932 or Mrs.
Joseph Starr, 543-Q554.
MORGENTHAU CHAPTER will
hold its paid-up members lunch-
eon and swim party 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Ralph Gross, 22699 Glastonbury,
Southfield. Games will follow.
3.000-1,000 BCE have been discov-
ered. As a 1965 visiting lecturer,
Dr. Biran was received in more
than 20 American and Canadian
Edelman, the spring lecturer,
has been a member of the British
Parliament since 1945. His works
include a number of popular nov-
els — among them "The End of
1 Summer," "The Prime Minister's
Daughter," "Shark Island" and
1 "The Fratricides" — and a politi-
cal biography of David Ben-Gurion.
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Bnai Brith to Toast
for Young Men
L Chayim Lodge, a newly form-
ed Bnai Brith lodge, will be form-
ally instituted at an installation
dinner-dance 6 p.m., June 25 at
!the Holiday Inn on Telegraph Rd.
The lodge is comprised of young
professional men under age 30
and brings the number of lodges
in the Detroit area to 26.
Raymond Horenstein, elected
;president, stated that "The name
'To life' is appropriate for a mem-
bership composed of young men,
many of whom are beginning their
business and philanthropic en-
deavors." There are 80 charter
members, and additional names
- yin be added to the charter until
Also elected to office were
vice presidents, Lawrence Light,
George Chessler, Leslie Wink-
ler and Bruce Stein; secretar-
ies, Michael Zipser, Norman
Brusk and Sanford Friedman;
and trustees, Ronald Kane, Jef-
frey Kravitz, Sanford Sherman,
Allen Sidlow, Arnold Isner,
Lzwrence Fraenkel, Allen
Tobes, Bernard Friedman, Law-
rence Schultz and Lawrence
A number of activities have
been planned by the new lodge in-
cluding Sunday morning softball
and a bowling league starting in
and fall. -
Reservations for the installation
dinner dance can be made by
calling Horenstein at 5-49-6290 or
341-0863. Music will be provided
by Hal Gordon and his orchestra,
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