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July 14, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-14

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omen's Chi's

Madelon Klunover,
Dr. Weber to Wed

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold its annual picnic 11
a.m. Wednesday at Palmer Park
A fiscal year-end report of (near the swimming pool), an-
American Savings and Loan As so- nounces President Bessie- Zaran-
ciation was put in the hands of kin. Friends are invited. Those
its more than 50,000 shareholde rs who attend are requested to
this week, at the same time th at bring their lunches and watch
it was deliver-
for signs to the location. In the
ed to the Sav-
event of rain, the affair will be
ings and Loan
held at the Hayim Greenberg
Division of the
Center.
* * *
Michigan Sec-
retary of State,
NORTH WOODWARD.
as required by
BRANCH, Jewish Women's Eur-
Law.
opean Welfare Organization, will
Extensive ef-
hold a luncheon noon Monday
fort is put into
at the Jericho Temple, 18495
the prepara-
Wyoming. Hostesses will be Mrs.
tion of these
L. Lebove and Mrs. J. Silber-
reports so that
stein. Friends are invited. Pro-
few vital facts
ceeds will be used for orphans MISS MADELON KLUNOVER
are overlooked
and widows.
At a family dinner at the
in the aim of
* * *
keeping share-
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold Sheraton Cadillac Hotel, Mr.
holders ac-
its annual garden party noon and Mrs. Alfred A. Klunover of
quainted with
July 24 at the home of Mrs. Santa Barbara Dr. announced
the engagement of their dau h-
its growth and
Sam Baker, 14444 Vassar, an- ter,
Madelon Joan,
character, ac-
nounces Presiden- Mrs. Mau- and Elden
Deutsch
cording to
rice Knopper. In charge of the and Mr
Adolph Deutsch, president of event are Mrs. Leonard Shapiro,
Meye
American Savings.
chairman, and co-chairmen :Mrs.
"The public is being increa s- Joseph Staub and Mrs. Norman
bride-el
ingly made aware of the safet y Adilman. Friends are invited.
U 'ersity of
factors in this type of saving, a S
liated with
* * *
compared to others," Deutsc h
d Alph
a
honor
BRANDEIS
CHAPTER,
Pio-
said.
rority.
flee attended t
neer Women, will hold a pre-
As an example, he pointed t 0 season smorgasbord luncheon
iversity of Michigan
a
the fact that American Saving noon Monday at Rotunda Inn. g • uate of W
e Uni-
has over $50,000,000 invested i n
of Medicine
call DI 1-8811. verse
Federal Housing Administrati on For information,
* * *
where he was a member of
a n d Veterans Administratio n
WOMEN'S DIVISION, Sho- Sigma Alpha Mu- and Phi Delta
government-insured mortgages.
lem Aleichem Institute, will Epsilon medical fraternity. He
"We currently offer three and hold a garden luncheon and is presently interning at Sinai
one-half per cent earnings on games party 12:30 p.m. Wed- Hospital.
savings accounts," he said. "And nesday at the home of Mrs.
A December wedding is
all accounts are insured to Charles Driker, 20210 Faust. planned.
$10,000 by. - an instrumentalit Y
Mrs. Ruth Gosman is co-hostess.
Of the United States Government
* *
Every six months we shore up
YOUNG
WOMEN'S
BICUR -
Our reserves, an additional safety CHOLEM ORGANIZATION
will
factor for shareholders."
hold a luncheon. • and games
He pointed out that a high party Wednesday at the Rain-
percentage of shareholders in bow Terrace, announces Mrs..
American Savings are people Abner Baker, chairman. Pro-
whose long-range plans call for ceeds will be used for service
Random House has just
Maximum protection for their to the needy sick. For tickets, fished the texts of
*savings. This is one of the rea- call Mrs. Baker, LI. 6-6191.
far plays, "
sons for the rapid growth of the
"Critic's
institution he heads.
tion to
He pointed to the increase in Maimonides Women
Ge
e Abb
reserves to $7,018,909. He also
wit
erome•eid
referred, as in the annual report, Aids 30 Medical
in he book f
to assets of $115,004,472, a gain Students in Israel
play's music
Of $11,666,406 over last year.
Thirty medical students in
and the
Savings accounts listed in the Israel were able to pursue their B
ar •
year-end report rose to $100,255,- studies through the aid of a She
811, making a gain of $10,876,576 loan fund established at the
The corn
e a year ago. At the helm of Hebrew. University - of Jerusa- is by Ira Levin, author of "No
over
troit's third largest savings and lem by Detroit women, accord- Time for Sergeants" and other
loan association are Deutsch, ing to a report issued by the plays.
with a background of 55 years American Friends of the He-
Arthur Laurents, of "West
in the investment field, and his brew University..
Side Story" fame, is the author
son, Alfred L. Deutsch, executive
They are the members of the of the witty "Invitation to a
vice-president.
Women's Auxiliary of the Mai- March."
monides Medical Society,
headed by Mrs. Paul F. Gross-
Handler's Hobbies
man. The report states that of
from Opera to Fights - the 30 .students who received
Not many people, unless they help from the Detroit group,
The traditional mid-summer
know him well, would be able a dozen are already serving as
to guess the identity of the qualified physicians in Israel, appeal in behalf of the Jewish
with
seven
additional
new
National Fund and its land
prominent Detroit businessman
graduates slated to take up reclamation and soil develop-
who added boxing to his list of their
medical
practice
soon.
ment projects in Israel will be
hobbies, which includes, also,
The fund, set up in 1950 and conducted in congregations in
grand opera.
frequently by later Michigan on the occasion of
Max C. Handler, financier, augmented
contributions
by the Detroit Tisha b'Ab which occurs on
coal dealer,. banker and real es-
women, has assisted medical Saturday, July 22, but will be
tate magnate, always had a love students
in many fields. Among observed Sunday, July 23, it was
of the sport and was a fight
manager 28 years ago. He is the those recently benefitted was announced Phillip Stollman
Dr. Joseph Stein, a student and Norm
fellow who brought the Henry later
appointed as lecturer on of
e igious grou
Hank-Joe Giardello bout to De- radiology
at the Hebrew U •
ittee.
troit's Cabo Hall Arena Monday versity - Hadassah
M e. d
night.
An appeal issued by Stollman
School, who spent a f
ship and Allan urges rabbis and
Handler's interest in reviving year in Chicago; D
homas
lay leaders
ugh-
the sport as a hobby for him- Gestesh, now in ch
e of the
to to carr • the
self and for Detroit area fans Department of An thetics at t - -
appe
JNF
was such that he was committed the Beersheba H
ital, and
is
b'A
eve
to pay more than $10,000 to Avner Shargil, gra
ted last wors
h-
tunit
bring the middleweight contest year, who received
award
onstrate his
'tion to
here, the first in the new civic for his outstanding M.D.
S. the land and people of Israel.
center.
More than -half of the Hebre
eal points out that
Handler feels that good bouts University's 7,500 students re- vir
in clean surroundings will add quire some form of financial
to Detroit's prestige as a sports aid, even though tuition fees with the government of Israel,
city that has produced cham- are moderate by western stand- the JNF has been charged with
the sole responsibilty for the
pionship baseball, 'football and ards, according to- the report.
rehabilitation and development
hockey teams and boxers, such
of Israel's land owned by .the
as Joe Louis and Sugar Ray
Dried ,beans are an ineiipen- State, as well as the JNF's own
Robinson.
sive source of phosphorous,
Handler is a director of the iron, calcium, and thiamin and great holdings.
Stollman and Allan urge that
Metropolitan Opera Association. riboflavin ; two of the B vita-
He is the brother of local box- mins. Also, they are more than Shabbat Chazon (July 22) and
Shabbat Nachamu be devoted to
ing referee Lou Handler.
20% protein.
Keren Kayerneth.



•••••,,,,,,,

Publishes Plays
by Laurents,
Weidman, Levin

JNF Makes
Tisha b'Ab Plea

a

Dr. Melvin Nord Is Con-Con Candidate

Dr. Melvin Nord is a candidate and over 150 technical legal
for delegate to the Constitutional articles.
Convention from the Sixth Rep
resentative District.
Nord is currently president of
the Business and Professional
Chapter of the American- Jewish
Congress. He holds three degree
in chemical engineering (iriclu
ing the doctorate), a law de
and worked on the atomic
project as a chemical
during World War II.
He was formerly a
ssociate
professor of chemical
ineerin
and of law, also, at
ne Sta
University for a perio of ni e
years.
He presently is a part-

of
member of the law faculty at the
Gold and Gold Filled
University of Detroit. He is a
Jewelry.
registered engineer and is en-
gaged in patent law practice as a
The Above Ring is Carved
partner in the firm of Colman,
Imperial Jade at ... $65
Nord & Krass. He is chairman of
the Patents Subcommittee of the
Visit With the Lattin's
Anti-Trust Section of the State
AT
ar. He has written two textbooks

he
feet Affair . . .

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