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Rabbi Leivy Sniolar's 1313Y0 Pamphlet Notes Holocaust Lesson

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Leivy Smolar, pre-
sident of the Baltimore He-
brew College in a revealing
work on the Holocaust pub-
lished by Bnai Brith Youth
Organization for its Judaism
Pamphlet Series, declares
that for Jews "the price of
existence is constant re-
membrance."
His "Lest We Forget . . .
The Murder of the Six Mil-
lion Jews of Europe," re-
jects the concept that Jewry's
mass extermination was an
isolated instance. He de-
clares: "The Holocaust did

B13 to Give Posthumous Award
to Samuel Bank at Brunch

not arise out of the blue as
an insane idea of a madman
. . . It runs deep in the soil
of human history."
"For the Holocaust to
have been possible, hatred of
the Jews had to be incubat-
ing and festering and grow-
ing for hundreds of years,"
Rabbi Smolar states, pointing
out that hatred did not dis-
appear with the end of the
war and "can always be
fanned into a flame."
Rabbi Smolar accuses the
great powers of having done
little to aid European Jewry.

"The great nations watched
almost as spectators," he de-
clares. He points to the
murder of the Israeli ath-
letes at the Munich Olym-
pics as evidence that the
Holocaust story needs to be
constantly retold.
In the 64-page pamphlet,
he traces the development of
the Holocaust from the an-
cient to the modern world,
and describes, in chapters on
resistance and the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising, the deter-
mination of Jews to strike
back.

"Perhaps the most crucial
lesson of all deals not with
man's indifference a n d
cruelty, but with his deter-
mination and strength and
his will to live," he says.
Even in the death camps, he
writes, Jews fought to retain
their human dignity and
maintain their customs.
"Lest We Forget . . . ,"
the latest of 15 booklets
written by scholars and
teachers on a variety of
Jewish themes, is designed
for teenagers, and is valu-
able for group projects.

The late Samuel G. Bank,
past president of the Bnai
Brith Council of Detroit and
organizer and past president
of Detroit's Louis Marshall

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More than 300 Bnai Brith
Women who hold leadership
positions in the 27 chapters
that make up the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Council will
spend Tuesday evening learn-
ing about their duties from
local leaders of Bnai Brith
Women.
The Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit will take over Temple
Israel for a 6:30 p.m. din-
ner, followed by the leader-

ship training institute.
There will be a keynote
address by Mrs. Julius P.
Berke of Chicago, past
president of Bnai Brith Wo-
men District 6, and a nation-
al Bnai Brith Youth Organi-
zation commissioner.
The dinner-meeting will be
convened by Mrs. Bernard
Bliefield, institute chairman.
Mrs. Ira Albion, newly
installed president of the
council, will extend greet-
ings.
Conducting workshops are
Mesdames Leonard Sims and
Andrew Berger, Anti-Defa-
mation League; Phillip
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man and Felix Rosenzweig,
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ship continuity; Maynard
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Rnai
Arctivities

DOWNTOWN FOX CHAP-
TER recently held its instal-
lation of officers. Mrs. Jack
Sayles, past president of the
Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit in-
stalled the following: Mes-
dames Celia Weingarden,
presildent; William Elfman
and Henry Mehlman, vice
presidents; Ralph Rimar,
treasurer; and Morris Do-
brusin, Norman Laporter, Iv-
vin Diem and Jack Fried-
man, secretaries. The board
of directors include Sadie Ad-
ler, Morris Cohn, Max Efros,
Julius Hirschman, Harold
Lane, Harry Meklir, Frank
Olinick, Samuel Slafkin,
Pauline Wagner, Ann Wolk
and Berko Zdanowicz.
*
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LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will have a Moth-
er's and Daughter's Day
Luncheon noon May 10 at
Sutton Place Apts. club house.
Mrs. Max Jaffee, program
chairman, is planning an
Israeli program commemor-
ating Israel's 25th anniver-
sary. Friends and relatives
are welcome. Prizes will be
given. Luncheon will be
served for a nominal charge.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Max Jaffee, LI 1-0124, or
Mrs. Jack Sayles, LI 7-4475.
* * *
DEBORAH CHAPTER will
hold a Mother's Day Affair
7:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Southfield Civic Center. A
dairy dinner with special
gifts will be followed by a
needlepoint display and com-
plimentary instruction. There
is an admission charge and
children are welcome. For
information, call Paulette
Zipser, 576-4651.

Socialites to Host
Dance Saturday

Detroit Socialites will host
a dance 9 p.m. Saturday at
the Berkley Masonic temple.
Music for dancing will be
provided by Eric Rosenow
and his Continental Orches-
tra. Social mixers and re-
freshments wil be featured.
The community is invited.
For information, call Shir-
ley Kaner, 398-2296 or Mollie
Stern, 342-2791.

Friday, April 27, 1973-31

men and workers of the
Martyrs Forest program.
Participating in the event
will be members of the 24
lodges and 26 chapters.
The brunch, held in coop-
eration with the Jewish No-
tional Fund, will be ad-
dressed by Shaul Ramati,
consul-general of Israel for
the Midwest.
Admission will be by the
planting of two or more trees
in the Samuel G. Bank
Forest. For information, con-
tact the Jewish National
Fund office, 22100 Green-
field, 968-0820.

NEIL
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LATE SAMUEL BANK

Lodge, will be honored when
the first of the awards, to be
made in his name, is given
at the Bnai Brith President's
Brunch 10 a.m. Sunday, at
Cong. Beth Achim.
In addition to his official
duties with Bnai Brith, Mr.
Bank was its Michigan Jew-
ish Man of the Year. He also
is being memorialized by a
forest in Israel. The com-
pleted '10,000-tree forest will
be located in the Bnai Brith
Martyrs Forest.
The brunch will feature
tributes to Paul Perry,
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council president, and
Mrs. Andrew Berger, presi-
dent of the women's council.
Citations also will be pre-
sented to outstanding chair-

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