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June 12, 1959 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-12

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ZOD Plans Nov. 14 Balfour Concert;
Officers' Installation on Sept. 22

Judge Ira G. Kaufman will be
installed as president of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit
at a dinner on Sept. 22, Mrs.
I. Walter Silver, chairman of
the ZOD program committee,
announced this week.
At a meeting of the program
committee held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Shapiro,
Rabbi Milton Arm outlined a
planned five-part program on

the over-all theme, "America-
Israel Relationships — Pattern
Detroit's Israel Bond drive
gained momentum Monday eve-
in, the Making," with prominent
ning, at the dinner at the Shera-
speakers as participants;
ton-Cadillac Hotel, with a set of
The Balfour Concert will take
purchases that pushed the totals
place Nov. • 14 at Ford Audi-
for this year to nearly double
torium. Jennie Tourel, concert
the amount of sales for the
artist, and Shimon Mishory, Is-
comparable period last year.
raeli violinist and director of
The Bond sale on Monday
the Israel Symphony Orchestra,
evening, after an address by
will be presented that evening.
Gen. Ezer Weizmann, comman-
der of the Israel Air Force,
totalled $263,000.
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This boosted the amount of
tr
Bond sales, in cash and
pledges, for 1959, to $602,000.
On June 13, 1958, the total
sales amounted to $326,000
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on the campaign's results to
date, stated that the obligations
now are to secure the outstand-
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YOU EXPECT MORE
ing funds on pledges, in order
FROM HAMILTON
Paul Zuckerman, an Allied Jewish Campaign leader, is
that Israel may have the means
JACK MANN
AND GET IT !
BEN GREEN
for economic expansion with shown addressing the Israel Bond dinner. Seated are Tom
Borman,
chairman
of
the
1959
Detroit
Israel
Bond
drive,
and
the aid of Bond dollars.
You Can't Drive Overhead — Why Pay For It!
Max Osnos, Detroit's first Is- Gen. Ezer Weizmann, guest speaker at Monday's dinner
rael Bond chairman, presided meeting.
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at Monday's dinner. Participants
13519 HAMILTON at DAVISON
TO 6-2800
in the program included Irwin rael's "r elative peace and ones we have are absolutely
I. Cohn and Paul Zuckerman, quiet," he pointed out that "it tops," he said.
Gen. Weizmann was named to
Allied Jewish Campaign offi- is no longer dangerous for any
cers; Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka, one to go to Eilat, Sdom or any command the Israel Air Force
who gave the opening and clos- portion of the Galilee," since nine months ago, and only this
ing prayers; Mrs. Theodore Israel's triumph in the Sinai Independence Day — a month
ago—he was given the rank of
Bargman, honorary chairman of Campaign.
the Women's Division, who pre-
He declared, however, that general.
sented Mrs. Max Stoliman, co- "we cannot afford to lose a
After concluding his present
chairman of the Women's Divi- battle. Greater countries have tour of American cities for
sion, with a Woman of Valor lost battles and wars and still State of Israel Bonds, Gen.
award; Rabbi Leon Fram, who exist, but if we lose a battle Weizmann will go to France as
introduced the guest speaker.
we are finished,"
the guest of the French Air
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal present-
The Air Force, he said, "is a Force for talks with military
ed plaques to the retiring chair- shining example in defense of personnel and to visit aircraft
men of the Detroit Israel Bond Israel." He said "we have been manufacturing plants.
C-ommittee and its Women's entirely. on our own since 1954."
Division, Abe Kasle and Mrs. He described how Israel's new- Camp Owner
Philip Helfman; and Rabbi comers from many lands learn
Morris Adler installed Torn Hebrew and become rooted in Named Top Man
Borman as chairman, and Mrs. the land and he said that in the
Joseph Katchke, co-chairman of process of such integration "the in Local ADA
the Women's Division with Mrs. Air Force is the melting pot of
Stanley Michael, civic leader
Stoliman. Lois Ack sang the na- Israel.
and owner-director of Camp
tional anthem, accompanied by
"Our country cries out for Nahelu, at Ortonville, has been
Mrs. Norman Allan.
much to be done, for our sur- elected chairman of the Detroit
Mrs. Helfman and Abe vival," he said. "We have a feel- chapter of the Americans for
Kasle, in their responses to ing that our best allies are the Democratic Action for 1959.
the awards made to them in Jews of the world, especially
A member of ADA since
recognition of their activities the American Jews. If you help 1949, Michaels was vice-chair-
as Bond chairmen, pledged us, we shall be able to concen-
man of the De-
continued efforts in the com- trate on establishing and de-
troit chapter
ing Bond drives. They thank- fending our State."
from 1956 to
ed their many co-workers and
1958. He suc-
Among the Bond purchasers
the staff for having aided were several non-Jews, includ-
ceeds Mrs.
them in their campaign ac- ing Mayor Harold S. Gunther of
Kay Peen
tivities.
who served
Plymouth who bought a $1,000
three terms as
Torn Borman, on assuming Bond.
* * *
the chapter's
the chairmanship, expressed
Where You Save Does
IVERY ACCOUNT
chairman.
-confidence that new records will
Israeli
General
INSURED
During -t h e
be set in Bond sales here. He
Make A Difference
TO $10,000
last President-
announced a $40,000 Bond pur-
Whatever your goal in life, you'll reach it
Michaels
ial campaign,
chase in behalf of himself, his Talks on Force
quicker through regular saving. Every pay
was a member of the
brother, Al, and their wives.
Brig. Gen. Ezer Weizmann, Michaels,
day, keep part of your money for yourself
A $30,000 Bond purchase was the oldest pilot in Israel, but executive committee of the Vol-
. .. open a Guardian Savings account that
CURRENT RATE
made by Joseph Holtzman.
at 35, probably the youngest unteers for Stevenson.
pays
higher than average earnings — 3%
Presently,
he
is
vice-president
OPEN AN
Mrs. Katchke reported on commander of an entire nation's
per year (current rate) — add to it every
ACCOUNT IN
Bond sales during the past year, air force, chatted informally and member of the board of
pay day — see how fast it grows.
ANY AMOUNT
called for renewed efforts in Monday with newsmen at a directors of the Metropolitan
Savings
&
Loan
Assn.
of
Detroit
Come in or save steps, Save by moil.
the campaign and gave assur- press conference in the Shera-
and first vice-president of the
We pay the postage both ways.
ances that the Women's Divi- ton-Cadillac Hotel.
Looking younger even than American Camping Assn. He
sion will be untiring in its proj-
his 35 years, Gen. Weizmann has served the Michigan section
ects in the current year.
of the American Camping Assn.
Among those who inspired unwound the story of a fighting as
president, vice-president and
the gathering were Robert unit that began with Piper Cub member
of the executive board.
Lurie of St. Louis, one of the aircraft only 11 years ago and
IRAN
Michaels also is a member of
country's leading Bond cam- today counts 90 percent - of its
Downtown: CADILLAC SQUARE Corner RANDOLPH
the
advisory
board
of
the
Girl
planes
as
jets.
paigners, and John Lurie (no
Northwest: 13646 WEST 7 MILE Corner TRACEY
Gen. Weizmann, who flew Scouts of Metropolitan Detroit,
relation), Detroit community
a member of the camp study
Both offices open 10 a.m. to S p.m., Monday thru Friday
leader, who reported on his American-made P-47's for the committee
of the United Com-
Northwest office open Thursday Night till 9
trip to Israel whence he re- Royal Air Force during World munity Services
and a member
Downtown. Friday till 6
War II, has never flown an
turned a week ago.
American jet plane. He is thor- of the Tamarack Authority.
Robert Lurie called for oughly familiar, however, with versity.
pledges, and described the many the French-made Mystere and
ways in which Bond dollars are Super-Mystere fighters, which
used to assist in Israel's up-. comprise the bulk of Israel's
Now Accepting Reservations for All Summer Resorts,
building.
Air Force.
Including the Fabulous
John Lurie was most enthusi-
While he would not speak of
astic about his latest visit in numbers, Gen. Weizmann indi-
Israel. He said he returned to cated that Israel's air strength
this country determined to de- was presently sufficient to deal
vote himself with even greater with all. Arab aggressions.
zeal than before to Israel's as-
He claimed that in any given
sistance, especially through the air incident, you can depend on
IN DETROIT AND MICHIGAN, CALL DI 1-4004
Brochures and
Bond Organization.
Arab aircraft to outnumber ours
CLOSED SATURDAY, OPEN SUNDAY 11 TO 3
Rate Sheets
Sent on Request
Gen. Weizmann charmed his by 2 to 1. ."But While we can-
audience with his enthusiasm not achieve parity in numbers,
18246 Wyoming
JULES DONESON TRAVEL AGENCY
(at Cu rt is}
and with his confidence in Is- we put emphasis on skill. We
rael's future. Speaking of Is- have no half-baked pilots. The

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7-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 12, 1959

Double Last Year's Israel Bond Sales;
Gen. Weizmann Inspires Drive Leader

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