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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, November 20, 1981

All-Faiths Support for Bnai Brith Youth

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Episcopalians and affiliates
of other denominations
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for continuation of the Bnai
Brith youth activities here.
The interdenominational
character of the event was
given substance at the very
beginning, when Rabbi M.
Robert Syme of Temple Is-
rael refrained from reciting
a prayer over the bread,
leaving it to all to do the
praying in their chosen
ways.
Father Malcolm Carron
of the University of Detroit
gave the benediction, also
interdeminationally. Can-
tor Louis Klein of Cong.
Bnai Moshe led in the sing-
ing of the national anthems.
Rodkey Craighead,
president of Detroit Bank
and Trust, the honoree
who was awarded the
Bnai Brith Gold Medal
for Humanitarian Serv-
ices, was acclaimed by
the 800 in attendance for
his devotions to many
causes.
Jack Spitzer, national
president of Bnai Brith, who
made the presentation,
added to his encomia per-
sonal reminiscences of the
movement's labors to enroll
youth for public services
and devotions to the nation
and its highest aims. As a
former president of AZA,
Aleph Zadik Aleph, the
Bnai Brith youth movement
for boys, he recalled the
early stages of the efforts
which have grown to high-
est aims.
The objectives of the proj-
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defined by representatives
of the Bnai Brith youth
groups. Speaking for the
youth groups were Jill Lub-
lin, president of the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State University;
Kevin Gersten, president of
the Great Lakes AZA Coun-
cil; and Beth Berman,
president of the Great
Lakes BBG Council.
Craighead, in his address
accepting the Bnai Brith In-
ternational Humanitarian
Award, spoke of the growth
of cultural aims in Detroit,
paying honor to the city
fathers for their dedicated
labors.
Adding to the honors ac-
corded Craighead was an
address by Allan Schwartz,
a former honoree.
Edward Giblin, chairman
of the board of Excello
Corp., who presided, spoke
with admiration for the
honoree, as did Walter J.
McCarthy, president of De-
troit Edison Co., who was
the general dinner chair-
man, and Federal Judge
Avern Cohn.
David L. Bittker, chair-
man of the Bnai Brith
Foundation Committee,
which supervises allocation
of aid to the youth groups,
gave an outline of projected
plans for future activities by
the movement.
More than 60 notables
in the city and state were
introduced by Marc
Avery of WCZY Radio as
they ascended to the dais.
Recognition of the operat-
ing committee which super-
vised the arrangements for
the annual Bnai Brith
dinner included a special
acclaim for Louis Weber.

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Activities

BNAI BRITH MET-
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COUNCIL elected Arnold

Michlin president at its re-
cent election meeting.
Other officers are: Alexan-
der Ornstein, Ed Skulsky,
Oscar Tuttleman and
Harold Zuker, vice
presidents; Stephen Cooper
and Ted Frazis, secretaries;
Irving Yellin, treasurer;
Charles Blauer, Louis
Goutman, Gerald Rogers,
Alan Schreier and Harry
Shumaker, trustees.
• • •

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annual auction 8 p.m.
Saturday in the Colony
Park Apts. club house.
• • •

HUNTINGTON
WOODS CHAPTER will

have a general meeting 7:15
p.m. Monday in the home of
Thelma Victor, 10535 Ver-
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Crime Prevention Depart-
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Prevention." A make-
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