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November 10, 1961 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-10

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Berinstein. to . Join Briscoe Illistadrut Seeks $280,000 5000 for Israel Development
Jeshua Levi Histadrut treas-
in Major Bond Event Nov. 18 j (DigeOleZesirize„vire
Two factions of Histadrut,

submitted a 1962 budget Mapam and the Liberals, were
Detroit's celebration of Israel. ' M iriani attended by Irish an d ' 1 TEL AVIV — The Histadrut , o urer
f 34 000
pounds $19,040,- expected to vote against the
Prime Minister D a v i d Ben- Jewish dignitaries, when the i plans to raise 500,000,000 1000). He said this represented budget, reflecting their opposi-
Gurion's 75th birthday, with Jewish Lord Mayor will be 'pounds ($280,000,000) during I
about one fourth of Histadrut's tion role in Israel's new gover-
Robert Briscoe, Lord Mayor of given the key to the city Cor- 1 .the next three to four years I inco
th e other three nment. However, the Mapai ma-
Dublin, Ireland, as guest speak- poration C o u n s e I' Nathaniel I for large scale development . 1
quarters goes to the Histadrut jorit y plus the votes of the re-
er, will be one of the top func- Goldstick is making the civic pjects,
Becker, gen- sick
fund Ku pat Holim. He also ligious workers and Achdut
eral secretar3.7, reported Wed reported
that the federation Avodah were believed adequate
At the Nov. 18 dinner, Rabbi
now has 177,000 dues -paying to a pprove it with no difficul-
Jacob E. Segal will present. the session of
107 mem- members.
Tribute to Ben-Gurion. Rabbi ber executive.
Morris Adler will introduce
He said the projects would be
Lord Mayor Briscoe. Cantor located in the new settlement
Simon Bermanis will lead in regions of Arad, Habsor and
the singing of the Irish. Israeli Karmiel. The first two are in
and American anthems. accom- the Negev and the third in
panied by an Irish band. Upper Galilee.
Reservations for the dinner,
He reported funds
that half
of the
at which the dietary laws will development
be observed, are being taken
at the Israel Bond Office, DI raised in Israel and the other
half with the help of European
Borman pointed out, in asking and American labor move-
for community-wide support of ments.
the Ben-Gurion Tribute Dinner,
He also disclosed plans for
and the fulfillment of the 1961 numerous projects through
goal of $1,300,000 in Bonds, which Histadrut will advance
that Israel Bonds comprise workers education and living
more than one-third of the Is- standards. These, he said, would
.tions of the- 1961 Israel Bond rael Government Development include a "Broadcast Univer-
and have a vital impact sity" through Kol Israel, the
campaign, it was announced by Budget,
on the development and growth Israeli radio construction - of
Tom Borman, general chairman of all aspects of Israel's
three more educational centers
of the Detroit Israel Bond Corn- I economy.
and home courses.
Morris W. Berinstein of Syra-
cuse. N.Y., national general!
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal in 1958, 1959 and 1960,
will join Briscoe on the pro- I
gram of the tribute dinner,
Saturday evening, Nov. 18, at
the Statler-Hilton Hotel.
Berinstein is one of the top
Jewish communal leaders in
America and presently is na-
tional honorary chairman of the
He was chairman of the Cara-
,. van of Hope, which brought the
message of the UJA to 150
communities all over the coun-
try; former national chairman
of the national UJA campaign
_cabinet and a former national
campaign chairman of the Is- 1
rael Bond Organization. He took
a leading part in the Jerusalem
Economic Conference of 1953,1
and served as campaign -chair-
man of the Jewish National

Fund in Syracuse. He is presi-
dent of Morris W. Berinstein
and Co., an interstate retail
furniture chain.
Top leaders of the. Jewish
community are the sponsors
of the historic tribute. The
sponsors who have joined in
by John L. Springer
welcoming Briscoe and in
congratulating Ben-Gurion
Investment advisers and home economists agree
are: Al Borman, Tom Borman,
Louis Berry-, Irwin I. Cohn,
"that a couple should strive to accumulate six
Max Fisher, Joseph Holtzman,
months' earnings in a savings account which they
Abe Kasle, John E. Lurie, Max
might withdraw only if necessary and which will
Osnos, David Safran, Max
not fluctuate in value," writes John L. Springer in
Stollman, Phillip Stollman
his authoritative and helpful book, Make the Most
and Paul Zuckerman.
of Your Income. He adds: "With a half year's
Jewish and Irish groups are
income set aside, you will have substantial pro-
planning to welcome Lord May-
tection against almost any ordinary financial
or Briscoe at the Metropolitan
crisis. You will be able to take advantage of buy-
Airport on Friday morning and
ing opportunities that arise. And you will have
at 2 p.m. there will be a civic
a regular extra income."
reception for Briscoe in the
Six months' earnings placed in an insured
chambers of Mayor Louis C.
savings account at Standard Federal Savings,
where your money earns the higher current rate
Memorial to Heroes
of 31 will earn you each .year the equivalent
of almost a full week's salary.
of Warsaw Ghetto
There is no surer, safer way to make the most
Unveiled in Paris
of your income than with a savings account at
PARIS (JTA) — A memorial
Standard Federal. Open one today—for your
to the heroes of the Warsaw
own protection and profit.
Ghetto revolt, combined with
mementos depicting the Nazi
*Special reprints of Chapter four of this book,
holocaust, w a s officially un-
which shows you how to make your savings
savings earn
veiled here at the' Memorial to
more, are available free at all Standard
- the Unknown Jewish Martyr.
The memorial consists of ex-
hibits of photographs, docu-
ments and relics. The exhibit
was organized by the Center of
Contemporary Jewish Documen- I
WOodward 5-4774
tation here, with the assistance
of the Conference for Jewish
Material Claims Against Ger-
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Visit interesting places
many. .
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by watching "The
Disappointment was expressed
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Standard Federal
by the organizers of the memo-
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George Pierrot Show"
rial over the fact that a 10-panel
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Mondays at 7:00 PM on
exhibit promised by the Soviet
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11'W.T TV, Channel I.
Union, failed, for an unex-
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plained reason, to arrive. A
Soviet delegation to have been I
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headed by Dragunsky also
Branches: Monday thru Thursday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM, and Friday 10:00 AM-8:00 PM
failed to show up.


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"Only after you
have a
amount in a
savings account
should you




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