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January 13, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-13

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Launch Detroit Israel Histadrut Fund
Campaign for 40th Anniversa
Year

-With a substantial portion of
its 1961 goal already achieved
through cash sums and pledges,
the Detroit Israel Histadrut
Campaign will. get • off to an
official start next Wednesday
An intensive series of pre-
campaign activities on behalf
of this local drive will draw to
a close this weekend and set
the stage for the opening event
at a cocktail hour and reception
8:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Hay-
im Greenberg Center.
Volunteer workers have re-
ported that they are experi-
encing little difficulty in re-
newing subscriptions to the
campaign and that because this
year marks the 40th Anniver-
sary of the founding of Hista-
drut in Israel they are obtain-
ing a substantial number of in-
creases.
Principal
speaker at the
/gala opening
will be th e
Honorable Bin
yamin Eliav
Consul Gener
al for Israel i n
New York. A
native of Riga
Latvia, Elia v
came to Pales
tine in 1925.
He_ returned to
Europe to con-
tinue his stud-
Eliav
ies at the uni-
versities of Berlin, Vienna and
Paris, and upon receiving his
doctorate in history, returned
to Palestine in 1935.
In Israel, Eliav is best known
for his literary activities, hav-
ing edited the evening paper
"Hador" and filled the position
of political commentator on
Israel's radio network "Kol Is-
rael."
Eliav entered the Israel for-
eign service in 1953 and was
sent to represent his country

as first secretary of the Israel
Embassy in Buenos Aires.
returned t o
served in the M il
Foreign Affairs
pointment in
as Consul
York.
Lois
ye, young American
contr
who charmed D roit
audi ces last year, ill n e a
ret n appearance
0
ebrew, Yiddish
'i-
c
songs. Miss Ra
r of many award
,ly becoming reco sized
one
f America's outs
ert singers. Be
Goldberg
ill accompany her at the piano
Morris Lieberman is ge
irman of the camp
e special
anniver-
sary at was pre-
pared in Israel depicting the
history and activities of Hist-
adrut will be on view. Harry
Schumer and Morris L. Scha-

Wisconsin Weekly Marks 40th Year

ver, honorar hairmen of the
campaign wh have had an
rtunity to preview this
ex I
advise t at it is more
than t
docu entary and
graphic
tory
an organi-
zation; rat er, i is the his-
tory of the dev pment and
eation o the S to of Israel.
1 'Cott).
treasurer of
a paign,
s announced
t
calcul ons indicate a
12
cent increase
givin
over last year.
is antic' ted that a capacity
audienc
ill be in attendance
Wed
ay evening with all div-
is
assuring a maximum
rn-out by their respective
groups.
Israel Blumstein and Nathan
Rose, co-chairmen of the Or-
ganizations Division, report that
representatives from 75 socie-
ties, clubs and service groups
have indicated their intentions
to attend.

MILWAUKEE, (JTA) — The The editorial pledged that the
Milwaukee Jewish Chronicle is English Jewish weekly would
now in its 40th year of publica- continue to be "a weekly paper
tion, noting in a front page edi- for the Jewish home."
torial that the first issue was
published in December, 1921.
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Deutsch Reports 1961
Gains at American
Savings and Loan

.

Greater business volume in
1961 with a noticeable upward
trend at midyear and a substan-
tial increase in the sale of
homes, is anticipated by Adolph
Deutsch, president of the Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Asocia-
tion.
Deutsch predicts an increase
in savings that will release
more money
for mortgages
and sees little
chance for a
decrease in
the mortgage
interest rate
in the n e w
year, he said.
Deutsch also
announced
plans to add
one or t w o
DEUTSCH
branches to
the Association's nine branche
including the home office.
He reported assets of th
American Savings and Loan A
sociation soared to $108,321
234.80 in 1960, an increase o
more than $8,000,000, making i
the best year in the institution's
history.
The Asociation paid out divi-
dends of $2,948,387 in 1960 to
more than 50,000 account hold-
ers.

Kwiker Joins N.Y. Firm

LOUIS KWIKER, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry A. Kwiker of
Pennington Ave., last week was
sworn in to membership in the
Michigan Bar Association in a
special ceremony held in the
office of Judge Ira Kaufman.
Kwiker departed shortly after-
ward for New York to join the
Wall Street firm of Shearman,
Sterling and Wright .

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