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June 22, 1979 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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Friday, June 22, 1919 41

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Bnai Brith Activities

DETROIT LODGE is
forming teams for the
1979-1980 bowling season.
Bowling will be held 6:45
p.m. Wednesdays at Strike
'N Spare Lanes. For infor-
mation, call Sam Turbow,
477-0185.
** *
TIKVAH CHAPTER
will hold a paid-up member-
ship luncheon-meeting
noon Tuesday in the Knob-
in-the-Woods Apts. club
house. Attorney Louis Bar-
den -will speak on "Jewish
Humor, What's Funny
About It." President Pearl
Shiovitz invites guests and
prospective members.
There is a nominal charge
for guests. Dues may be paid
at the door. Program Vice
President is Dorothy Stein.
For information, call Hilda
Raphael, membership vice
president, 557-6517.
** *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold a
paid-up membership lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. For reser-
vations by Sunday, call
Esther Sherr, 647-1026; or
Lil Bernstein, 288-6308.
Prospective members are
invited at a nominal charge.
* * *
BNAI BRITH COUP-
LETS will have a board
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard (Marsha) Rich,
15001 Northfield, Oak
Park. Guests are welcome.

JCCouncil Plans

Response to
Biased Article

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit was informed of a col-
umn published in the Oak-
land Press containing
anti-Jewish undertones.
The article, written by
Szabolcs Mesterhazy, car-
ried the headline "short-
Sighted Jews Endanger
U.S."
The article contains
references to "some vocal,
shoit-sided (sic)-influential
Jews" leading the United
States toward bankruptcy
and "endangering the secu-
rity of our nation."
Mesterhazy also contends
that the Soviet Union is
seeking the support of
American Jewry "to ad-
vance its goal to conquer the
controllable people of our
globe and bury the uncon-
trollable ones . ." And, he
makes references to "the
powerful Jewish lobby,"
"our Jewish Senators" and
"those Jews who could be
loyal only to a Jewish land."
Council staff contacted
the local chapters of the
American Jewish Con-
gress, the American
Jewish Committee, the
Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith and the
Jewish Labor Committee
to respond to the column.
As a result, a meeting
_with the Oakland Press
publisher to discuss the ar-
ticle is being proposed.

The nominating committee
will be chosen. Those who
cannot attend should call'
the Riches, 968-3172; or
Henry Gutter, president,
543-2647.
The unit will go to
Meadow Brook Music Fes-
tival 8:30 p.m. July 14 to
hear the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra, with Leonard
Slatkin conducting, and

Walter Klein at the piano.
There is a charge. Reserva-
tion deadline is June 30.
Guests are welcome. A pic-
nic will precede the concert
at 6:30 p.m. on the Meadow
Brook lawn. For informa-
tion, call Dora Goldstein,
548-6291; Arlene Lader-
man, 548-2808; or Linda
Yellin, social services vice
president, 545-4449.

* * *

Bnai Brith Meeting to Hear
Solicitor General McCree

Judge Wade H. McCree,
Jr., solicitor general of the
United States, will address
a meeting of attorneys, ac-
countants and life under-
writers 8 p.m. Wednesday
at Adat Shalom synagogue,
under the auspices of Bnai
Brith International. Re-
freshments will be served.
Members of the panel are:
Neil Werner, insurance
executive; attorney Gerald
Shatzman; and Irving Her-
man, trust officer.

Germany Jails
Nazi Defendants

BONN — Hermine
Braunsteiner Ryan and
three other defendants in
Maidanek concentration
camp trials in West Ger-
many have been jailed as a
precaution against their
leaving the country.
The 31/2-year trial is ex-
pected to end this year.
Their are nine defendants
in the case. Four others
were acquitted in April. The
defendants were charged
with participating in the
murder of 250,000 inmates
at Maidanek.
Mrs. Ryan was extradited
to Germany from the U.S. in
1973 after she ,was accused
of obtaining U.S. citizen-
ship falsely.

"You are the generation
that will reach the sea and
hoist the flag of Palestine
over Tel Aviv."
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The evening's program
will also focus on the growth
of Bnai Brith's legacy de-
velopment and endowment
program: In addition Bnai
Brith's youth-serving agen-
cies, the Hillel Foundations
and the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization, will be dis-
cussed. Malcolm Fromberg,
attorney and international
Bnai Brith leader from
Miami, will chair the dis-
cussion, as well as take part
in the professional panel
that will respond to ques-
tions from the floor.
Ernest Shaw and Jef-
frey Kravitz are co-
chairmen of the Legacy
Development program.
Louis Weber is chairman
of the Bnai Brith Founda-
tion Committee and
Ralph Miller is president
of Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith council.
For reservations, by
Monday, call the Bnai Brith
Foundation, 354-6100.

Yeshiva U. Tribute Dinner
Occasion to Honor Cohns

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Irwin Cohn, second from right, receives the
Yeshiva University Heritage Award at the annual De-
troit Friends of Yeshiva University dinner held last
week at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Pictured with Cohn
are, from left Sadie Cohn, who with her husband was
paid tribute at the dinner; Monrad Paulsen, dean of
the Yeshiva University Benjamin Cardozo Law
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Mandell Berman, dinner chairman.

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