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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-17

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Leadership Seminar, Workshops
Scheduled by Bnai Brith Council

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his traditional Meatless
and add either one (or
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dles, pot roast, meat loaf,
fish, omelet, you name it.
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flavor, takes over from
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Dr. William Haber, hon-
orary chairman of the Na-
tional Bnai Brith Hillel
Commission and president of
the American ORT Federa-
tion, will address the 29th
annual leadership seminar
and workshops of the Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council Aug. 29 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
A dinner at 6 p.m. will
precede the seminars.
Harold Jaffa, council pre-
sident, named David Bitt-
ker, vice president, as chair-
man.
At the University of Mich-
igan, Dr. Haber served as
chairman of the department
of economics and as dean of
the college of literature,
science and the arts and is
now special adviser to the
executive officers of the uni-
versity.
Dr. Haber organized and
directed the National Re-
fugee Service and served as
special adviser on Jewish
affairs to Gen. Lucius Clay,
the American commander-
in-chief in Germany, and is
a leader in the Joint Distrib-
ution Committee and in the
American Jewish Committee.
The annual seminar-work-
shops are conferences for the
Bnai Brith leadership and
are designed to indoctrinate
lodge officers and committee
chairmen with their respon-
sibilities and objectives and
to plan Bnai Brith com-
mittee programs for the
coming year.
The following committees
will meet at the leadership
seminars:

Adult Jewish education, Dr.

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UAW President Leonard
Woodcock will be honored
with the 1973 National Bnai
Brith Humanitarian Award
at a $100-a-plate community-
wide dinner Nov. 28 at Cobo
Hall, "for distinguished and
enduring contributions of a
humanitarian nature."

Banquet proceeds will help
carry on one of the largest
youth-serving programs in
America, including Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundations at
universities, Bnai Brith
Youth Organization and
Bnai Brith Vocational Serv-
ices helping 200,000 young
people and teen-agers on
college campuses and in
high schools in Detroit and
in cities throughout the coun-
try. Irwin I. Cohn is the
dinner chairman.
Honorary dinner chairmen
are Walker L. Cisler and
Joseph L. Hudson, former
recipient of the honor, Louis
Berry and Max M. • Fisher.
Louis Weber is chairman of
the Bnai Brith Foundation
committee. Harold Jaffa is
president of the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council,
and Dennis J. Rice is its ex-
ecutive director.
For dinner tickets, call the

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Sisters Dedicate Park, Grove

blood bank, Sidney Feldman and
Julius Kahn; Bnai Brith Hillel,
Jeffrey Kravitz and Nathan
Rubenstein; Bnai Brith insur-
ance, Joel Garfield and Harry
Oberstein; Bnai Brith Israel
Bonds, Sidney Freedland and
Harry Koltonow; Bnai Brith Is-
rael trees, Max Kushner and Al-
fred H. Bounin; Bnai Brith
Youth Organization, Richard
Kay and Louis Weber; com-
munity and veterans services,
Sherman Goldman and George
Tarnoff; Covenant Credit Union,
Martin Budman and Harry
Pearson; international council,
Daniel Berk and Louis Barden;
lodge programs, David Bittker
and Paul Perry; lodge bulletins,
press and publicity, Morris Di-
renfeld; lodge presidents, Har-
old Jaffa and Herman Kasoff;
services appeal, David Levine
and Sol Moss; membership, Mar-
tin Weston and Louis Segel;
membership retention, John An-
standig and Harry Weinberger;
financial secretaries, Max Du-
brinsky and Harry N. Katz.

Mrs. Steven (Fruma) Curtis, right, and her sister,
Hannah Brooks, participated in the Jewish National Fund's
25th anniversary study mission to Israel during which they
dedicated a park and a grove, respectively. Both sites are
located in Sanhedria, in the Judean Hills outside Jerusalem.
The park was donated by Mrs. Curtis in memory of her
For information and re- husband, who had spent some time in Israel and was plan-
servations, call the council ning to return there on his 70th birthday to plant trees in
celebration. The grove, donated by Miss Brooks and the
office, 354-6100.
Brooks family, is dedicated to the memory of her parents,
Nachman and Rachel Leah, and a brother, Samuel. Shown
with the sisters is Percy Kaplan, JNF Detroit director. Two
additional gardens recently were planted in the area by
Miss Brooks and friends of the family, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Steiner.

Leonard Woodcock Receives '73
Bnai Brith Humanitarian Award

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Missing Bride
and Groom to Be
Honored Anyhow

An Oak Park couple found
a way to celebrate their
son's coming marriage —
without the bride and groom.

Leslie Goldstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Goldstein
of Karen Ave., Oak Park,
will marry Dora Haron
Thursday in Haifa, Israel.
Since the senior Goldsteins
are unable to attend the
Bernard and Anne•Panush
ceremony, they will mark
LEONARD WOODCOCK
the occasion with family and are shown with their two Is-
raeli grandchildren, 21/2-year-
Bnai Brith Foundation, 354- friends on the same day at old Jeremy and three-month-
home.
6100.
old Danile Guy Zelenko, at
Mr. Goldstein and his fu- the Panush Wood in the Mar-
BBYO Gets Youth
ture bride are social workers tyrs Forest, Israel. The wood
in Haifa, where they met.
was planted by the Metropol-
Leadership Center
itan Detroit Bnai Brith Coun-
WASHINGTON—Bnai Brith
cil when Panush retired as
Youth Organization. will ac-
council president. The Pan-
quire the Bernard Ehren-
ushes have returned from a
reich Youth Leadership Vil-
five-week visit to Israel,
lage in Long Island, an-
BENJAMIN-POSEY: Mar- where they visited with their
nounced Al Lazarow, presi-
dent of the Boys' and Young tha Jane Posey became the children Ellen and Julian Ze-
Men's Apparel Lodge of Bnai bride of Dr. Lloyd J. Ben- lenko of Holon.
jamin in a recent garden
Brith.
The complex, to cost $500,- ceremony in San Francisco,
000 when completed, is de- where the couple will make
signed to train leaders for their home. The bride is the
the American Jewish com- daughter of Mr. and Mrs
munity. Funds for the vil- Campbell Posey of Ashe-
Department of Michigan
lage, donated by the lodge, ville, N. C. The. bridegroom
are earmarked not only for is the son of Mrs. Ethel Ben- Auxiliary will meet 8:15 p.m.
construction and furnishing jamin of Sutton Dr., South- Thursday at the JWV head-
of the youth leadership com- field, and the late Edward quarters. A report on the
plex but also for various Benjamin. Mindy Donner of national convention will be
scholarships to be awarded Miami was the bride's at- given by Ann Rubin, presi-
to teen-agers displaying lead- tendant, and Alan Siegel of dent. Rita Gayer will outline
ership potential.
Superior, Wis., was best plans for a fund-raising pro-
ject, and -Gertrude Left will
man.
give the details on the corn-
Meeting Change
ing membership drive. For
Mrs. Ira Albion, president
information, call the JWV
of the Bnai Brith Women's Weekend Seminar
office, 559-5680.
Council of Metropolitan De-
* * *
Slated
by
Zionists
troit, announces the next
SOL
YETZ
- MORRIS CO-
Council meeting has been
Labor Zionist Alliance of
changed to 8 p.m. Wednes- Metropolitan Detroit will HEN POST and AUXILIARY
day at the Zionist Cultural hold a weekend seminar will meet 9 a.m. Monday at
the JWV Memorial Home.
Center.
Sept. 15 and 16 at the Labor Friends are invited. A party
for the patients at the Ann
Zionist Institute.
Ben Harold, president of Arbor Veterans Hospital is
The -name "Yad Vashem"
the
Alliance council for the being arranged by co-chair-
is lifted from the Book of
men Diana Joffe and Irene
1973-74
organizational year,
Isaiah 56:5 wherein the
Levin.
* * *
prophet 'promises in the name announced the appointment
of the Almighty "a Yad," a of Mrs. Harold Noveck and
BLOCH-ROSE POST and
monumental object of tangi- Mrs. Norman Naimark as AUXILIARY will have an
bility, and a "sheen," a name co-chairmen of the confer- evening of dancing under the
in 'perpetuity or memorium ence, entitled "New Direc- stars 9 p.m. Saturday at
which is regarded as "an tions."
Metropolitan Beach. Friends
The seminar will cover are invited. For information,
everlasting memorial never
problems of the Labor Zion- call Commander Dave Good-
to be cut off."
Thus the two words came ist Alliance Organization. stein, 356-3837, or President
to be used to express the de- Part of the seminar will in- Dorothy Goldberg, 548-6850.
sire that the dead of the clude workshops in educa-
Those who breathlessly run
Holocaust would never be for- tion, youth, Zionist affairs,
gotten either in body or in community affairs and in- after a livelihood, rarely
•overtake it. — Sabbath.
spirit.
ternal activities.

arrtages

JWV

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