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January 20, 1961 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-20

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— Friday, Janua ry 2 0, 1961 —

THE DETROIT JEWLSH NE

To Issue Israel Bond Stamps

Annual Yeshiva Dinner to Honor Begin New Series
Public Service .
E. C. Levy for Community Service of
Ads Boosting State

Edward C. Levy, Michigan in-
dustrialist and communal leader,
will be guest of honor at the
fourth annual dinner of the De-
troit Friends of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, to be
held May 17 at
Cobo Hall, it
was announced
by Abraham
Borman, din-
ner chairman
and member
of the univer-
sity's board of
trustees.
ProCeeds of
Levy the event will
benefit the university's programs
in education, research, commu-
nity service and scholarships..
Levy will receive the Yeshiva
University Award, a brOnze
plaque, for "his enduring
achievements on behalf of the
well-being of the nation and the
Jewish community." Previous
Detroit recipients of the award
are John E. Lurie, Judge Nathan
J. Kaufman and Abraham Bor-
man,
Levy is president of the Ed-

Beth Aaron Predicts
`Exodus' Sell-Out

ward • C. Levy Slag Co., with
plants in Detroit, Dearborn,
Ecorse and Trenton. He is presi-
dent of the National Slag Asso-
ciation. Levy has used his busi-
ness know-how to aid the eco-
nomic development of Israel.
He has erected the largest Mid.
die East construction aggregate
plant in Israel.
A leading supporter of the
Allied Jewish Campaign, Levy
was a charter contributor to the
Sinai Hospital, and is a founder
of Technion in Israel. Levy said
that his hobby is "sponsoring
scholarships."

Skin Diving, Scuba,
Ski Club Set at Center

The physical education de-
partment of the Jewish Center
will hold a free skin diving and
scuba exhibition 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. Everyone is invited.
The following week, a class will
begin in skin diving and scuba
for teens and adults.
A ski club is now being
formed for teens and adults.
The first meeting will be held
8 p.m. Wednesday.

The first of a new series of
public service advertisements
based on the theme "Michigan
is Everything for Industry" ap-
pears below.
Sponsored by the Michigan
Press Association, in coopera-
tion with the Michigan Eco-
nomic Development D e p a r t-
ment, the advertisements will
depict the resources which have
made Michigan an industrial
giant.
This is the second series of
industrial promotion ads pre-
sented by Michigan newspapers
as a public service in coopera-
tion with the Michigan Press
Association and the state Eco-
nomic Development D e p a r t-
ment. The first series, empha-
sizing the n e ed for appreciation
of industry in - the community,
appeared. in 300 .newspapers in
1959 and 1960.
"Michigan is Everything for
Industry") the theme of the
current series of ads, will ac-
cent the state's predominant
advantages in the economic fac-
tors considered by management
in locating a new or branch
plant.

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t.

Beth Aaron Sisterhood and
Men's Club, who are sponsoring,
the first Sunday showing of Ex-
odus in Detroit, announce some
good seats are still available at
reasonable prices, and may be
obtained by calling Mrs. Jerome
Silberman, DI. 1-0436 or the
synagogue office, UN. 1-0773.
The Theater Party will be held
7:30 p.m. Feb. 12. The entire
Mercury Theater has been booked
for this event.
Airs. Hyman Zalenko, Sister-
, hood president, and Meyer Mill-
Man, Men's Club president, urge
all who wish to see this movie
under the auspices of Beth Aaron,
to obtain tickets immediately as
advance sales indicate a sell-out
performance. Proceeds will be
used to benefit ,a worthy syna-
gogue project.

Michigan
people
mean
business I

Radomer Holds Joint
Installation Tuesday

Joint installation ceremonies
of the Radomer Aid Society and
Ladies Auxiliary will be held
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Work-
men's Circle.
Officers to be inducted by
ten . Halpern and Mrs. May
Weintraub include Nathan
Wolok, president; Harry Water-
man and Mrs. M. Klaper, vice
presidents; Mrs. Lillian Katz
and Mrs. May Weintraub, sec-
retaries; W. Finkelstein, treas-
urer; Mrs."Fannie Weinman and
Joseph Weintraub, trustees; Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Halpern, sunshine
committee; Mrs. Lydia Slakter,
publicity; and Samuel Slakter,
sergeant-at-arms. Friends are
invited.

Farband Branch Slates
Address by Baker

Farband Branch 79 of the
Labion Zionist Organization will
hear guest speaker Morris
Baker, executive director of the
Workmen's Circle, on "The Life
of Simon Dubnove" 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center, announces Presi-
dent Joseph Trumpka. Refresh-
ments will be served. Guests are
invited.

Camera Competition
at Center on Thursday

The Jewish Center Camera
Club will host the monochrome
print competition of the Greater
Detroit Camera Club Council,
at 8 p.m., Thursday, at 18100
Meyers. Refreshments will be
served.
All member camera clubs of
the Council are invited to sub-
mit printS. Each club may enter
up to nine prints.

Classified ads bring fast resultsl



In commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the Israel
Bond campaign, which was launched in the United States ten
years ago by Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, a special
postage stamp will be issued by the government of Israel in
tribute to the vital role of Israel Bonds in the development
of its economy. Photo shows Israel's Minister of Posts, Ben-
jamin Mintz, (left) discussing with Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, the design for
the new stamp.

MICHIGAN IS EVERYTHING FOR INDUSTRY

The people of Michigan are proud of their state's
industrial accomplishments. Its manufacturing
plants produce everything from automobiles to
xylophones. One reason is that Michigan has so
much of what industry needs.

Michigan has abundant sources of both raw and
semi-finished materials. 'Michigan possesses un-
matched production know-how in both manage-
ment and labor. Michigan has great market ad-
vantages. Michigan has livability I Water ? Mich-
igan is rightly named the Water Wonderland. ,

This is the first in a series of advertisements to
be printed as a public service by this newspaper,
each advertisement to describe one of Michigan's
advantages for industry. The series will show
the attractions our state offers, what it person!.
fies for industry; in reality, what MICHIGAN IS.
- ,
Help carry Michigan's message to the nation. Clip
these ads and mall them to people in other states
with your own comment. Let's talk up Michigan
and its advantages for industry. Together, we
can assure a greater future for all of us.

This ad is one of a series published as a public service by this newspaper in cooperation
with the Michigan Press Association and the Michigan Economic Development Department.

Michigan Press Association—.

Michigan Economic Development
4 columns x 10 inches 40 inches

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