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February 19, 1971 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

19,000th Pint of Blood Wins a Trip

Miley, Mowry 19, 1971 - 47

Bnai Brith
I
Activiti es

The Illetflipolitan - Debylt Baal With Connell and the Baal Brith
Women's Callen of Maiwipolitan Detroit have recorded their 19,000th
donor of blood to the Blood Bank. He is Michael S. Minix (horizontal)
of LaBelle Ave., Oak Park. As the 19,080th donor, Mintz receives a
vacation for two in Freeport, Bahamas: He is a member of Detroit
Louis D. Brandeis Lodge and a regular contributor to the Bnai Brith
Blood Bank. Pictured with Mintz are. (from left) Mrs. Isadore Perl-
mutter, blood bank chairman for the Baal Brith Women's Council;
Mrs. Joseph Feldman, Baal Brith .volunteer for the American Red
Cross; and Harry Cohn, chairman for the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council. The next blood bank rally at Pepper School, Oak Park,
will be held March - 15 and 16. '

Aaron Drooek, Pisgah Pa- st President,
to Be Honored on His 80th Birthday

Pisgah Lodge and Chapter, Bnai was active in behalf of the Amed-
Brith, will hold a dinner-dance can Jewish Conference. He served
as a member of a job anti-dis-
March 22, at Cong. Bnai David, in
crimination committee by appoint-
honor of the 80th birthday of meat of President Roosevelt.
Aaron Droock, oldest living past
He joined Temple Beth El over
president of Pisgah Lodge and of half a century ago and served on
the
board of trustees. A practicing
District Grand Lodge 6.
attorney,. he served as chairman
Droock has been a member of of the Michigan Bar Association's
Baia Brith since 1915, the yeear committee against illegal prac-
he was graduated from the Uni- tices and turned down an appoint-
versity of -Michigan's law school, ment to the Circuit Court bench
with the degree of doctor of juris- offered by the late Gov. Fred
prudence.
Green.
He joined Pisgah when it.,,htid
300 members and was the only
Bnai Brith Lodge in Detroit. Since
then, Droock has devoted 56 years

CENTENNIAL CHAPTER will
hold an election night dinner 7
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Harold Nosan, 19135 Silvercrest,
Southfield. A fashion show will be
presented. To respond, call'hies-
dames Sam Goldstein,' 399-1899;
Sherwin Sokolov, 353-5350; or My-
ron Gruskin, 547-0364.



LOUIS' MARSHALL CHAPTER
will elect officers 8 p.m. Tuesday
at'Cong. Bnai David. Guest speak-
er Daniel Berk will speak on "The
Survival of. Jews in the Soviet
Union." Refreshments will be
served.



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Tuesday at the Carlyle Apartments
clubhouse. Refreshments and en-
te. tainment will 'follow the elec-
tion. The afternoon bowling league
sill serve as host.

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LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Rabbi
Sidney .1. Jacobs, who retired last
Year as spiritual leader of Niles
Township Jewish Congregation in
Skokie, has been appointed manag.:
ing editor of the Bnai Brith Mes-
senger, effective March 1.
A native Chicagoan, Rabbi Ja-
cobs hosted the Chicago Board of
Rabbis' "Of Cabbages and Kings"
television series the past three
years.. He has served as president
of the Rabbinial Fellowship of,
Niles Township and as instructor
at the College of Jewish Studies in
Chicago.
He has received awards from
the Catholic Interracial Council
and the United Synajogue of
America.

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Mrs. Hauser Sees Female Revolt

WASHINGTON—A feminine rev- lems and deMonstrate more con-
olution.ii under way in the. United cerned interest before change will

States, Mrs. Rita E..Hauser, U.S fully 'Come about."
representative on the United Na-
Mrs Hauser commented on the
lions Commission on Human Rights, remarkable effect that world in-
told the'' Bnai Brith Women con- recent trial in Leningrad of Jews
venison here. _ terest and concern had on tite
Mrs. Hauser said she was refer- who were attempting to - flte- the
ring not to street demonstrations, country w 1 th.o-tt f --permission,
but to "the growing view of Amer- whic.h..10.4fre USSR is punishable
ican women of all walks of life-and ._as tgason. It was the expression
all ages,--that -wornea are %stilled of world opinion, Mrs.- Hauser
to equal pay, equal -eonliaeration held, that caused the Soviets to
and not go forward, to date,
for employment'
with other previously announced
and job promo-
trials.
tion, equal edu-
cational o p p o r-
- Seven hundred Bnai Brith Wo-
I u_n i t i e s, and
'men delegates, from the United
ti,
above all, equal
States, Canada, Israel, South Amer-
participation in
ica and Europe, met at the Wash-
the centers of
ington Hilton.
AARON BROOCH
power of Ameri-
Baal Brith Women contributed
to the enrichment of Bnai Brith can life."- 4... ,.,
$250 MO Monday for construction
The Nixon ed-.'
and to the community. The dinner-'
of a new building for older trou-
is
dance will be on behalf of Israel ministration
bled boys at its Children's home
Bonds. Samuel W. Leib, past dis- keenly aware of I
- in ' Jerusalem.
the
inequities
wo-
trict Grand Lodge president, will
The new building will open in
be chairman. Droock was an of- men still face," Mrs. Hauser
September for the treatment of 20
Mrs. Hauser de-
will include
ficer in the U.S. Army, serving in dared,
citing Justice Department boys age 15 to 18. It
France and Germany in the First suits to eliminate job discrimina- a gymnasium, music and science
World War, and rose to the rank tion, and support of bills to give rooms, a ' library, psychotherapy
of captain.., -<
husbands and children of federally facilities, a clinic and a sickroom.
Coming _horne, he ''plunged. into employed women the same death Latin American chapters of Bnai
activities for Bisal-Hrith and the and other benefits that widows of Brith Women will finance the new
community. He served as presi- federally employed men now get, addition to the 'children's home,
dent of Pisgah in the 1920's and "thereby recognizing that in famil- which was foundedin 1943 to treat
led in organizing Louis Marshall, ies where husband and wife both victims of the Holocaust. ,
Detroit and East Side lodges. Pres- work, both are contributors 'to the Yecheskiel Cohen, director of the
ident of District Grand Lodge 6, family standard of living and that Children's Home, told the Jewish
in 193940, he was instrumental in the- wife is not just earning pin Telegraphic Agency that the *in ,
grooming future district presi- money." stitution now houses 70 boys and
girls age 9 to 14. " We not only
dents.
Mrs. Hauser contended that the seek to educate and treat our chil-
Droock headed the Anti-Defama-
tion League in the area and served status of Israe •- wir.rn----"sure'Y dren," he said, "but to create a
on the board of .ggyerma's of-the influeneee;Palestiaian welnen, new life for them."
Cohen said he and , his staff
includinieHaila-bom hijacker Leila
Supreme Lodge.: z
He has been active in the Khaled — to revolt for equal rights "realize the shortcomings of an
but noted: "As far as
institution,"
United Jewish Charities and in
with men.
I can judge, these disturbed boys
the Jewish Welfare Fedepition
Mrs. 'Hauser sounded an opti- cannot go to foster homes. They
for 50 years and was associated
mistic note on the prospects for are too aggressive, have no trust
with the late Fred Butiel
Jewish community work. He was less sex discrimination in business in anyone, and can't have a rela-
industry' and; predicted "action lion with a small family because
a founder of the , Jewish
the family can't stand them in
munity Council and serves aa'" soon
of child their aggressiveness." The new
president ,. of .the • ouneklewri...,
years_ He also aided t he _vas*: ..daYEciiriTeenters. She -warned. wing will be devoted largely to
t..!'"Wonsea may have ; to boys who are failing in foster
Its orginliptiarai.
Foungilgea
the, • - 4w0b- homes.
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