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May 17, 1963 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-17

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Pride Reflected In Flying State's Flag

MUMFORD

American-Israel $27,500,000 Fund
Prospectus Available to Public

Residents of Detroit are urged
The present flag is the same
to show their pride in Michigan as the one adopted in 1865 ex-
by displaying the state flag dur- cept that the reverse side is
ing the May 19-25 observance solid blue, omitting the U.S.
Lawrence G. Laskey; president
In announcing the proposed
of Michigan Week.
coat-of-arms.
of the First. American Israel Mu- offering, Laskey observed that
Michigan week officials con-
Gen. Lewis Cass, governor of
tual Fund, announced that pre- "the establishment of the fund,
tend that every school, library the Michigan Territory from
liminary prospectuses relating to which has the approval and sup-
and public building should 1813-31, designed the state coat-
a proposed public offering of its port of the government of Israel,
have a flag.
of-arms. He was impressed with
shares in the amount of $27,500,- represents the realization of the
In many areas, service clubs the 'strategic geographical posi-
000 are now being distributed. hopes of many individuals both
and civic organizations help by tion of Michigan on the inter-
Paine, Webber, Jackson & Curtis here and in Israel to market an
presenting state flags to com- national boundary — where he
will manage the investment open-end fund of this kind in the
munity institutions.
had fought during the War of
banking group being formed to United States through normal
For those not acquainted with 1812—and he placed the word
By RUDENE MEYERSOHN
underwrite the offering.
banking channels."
the identity and history of their "Tuebor" or "I will defend" on
Mumford's
Annual
The proposed offering marks
.
Spring
flag, this information is offered: the shield on the coat-of-arms.
Music Festival will be present- the first time that an under-
February marked the 126th
Jewish News staffer RICH-
When displayed on a staff,
anniversary of the state's flag. the Michigan flag should be be- ed in the school's auditorium taking such as this will be dis- ARD HENDIN will appear in
The present flag, featuring low the Stars and Stripes. If 8 p.m. today. It will feature tributed in the United States five of seven operas to be pre-
the state coat-of-arms on a blue displayed in a room against a various numbers by the Concert through the regularly accepted sented by the Metropolitan
field was adopted by the legis- wall, the state flag should be Band, the Stage Band, the Girls channels of brokerage and in- Opera Co. in its annual visit,
Glee Club, the Choir, the Boys vestment
lature April 29, 1911.
on the left of the American flag. Ensemble, the Orchestra and nounced. firms, Laskey an- May 20-25. In addition to his
The first flag dates • back to
duties with the Jewish News,
the Modern Dance Workshop.
The purpose of the fund is to Hendin is drama critic for the
Stevens T. Mason, Michigan's
Of particular interest to the provide a means through which Wayne State Collegian.
first governor after it was ad-.
seniors is the Vaudeville Show American investors may partici-
mitted to the Union as a state.
to be presented on May 22 and pate in a portfolio consisting
Mason, known as the "Boy
24. Tickets for the prom will go primarily of Israeli securities
Governor," presented a flag to
FOR IMMEDIATE
on sale May 20. The senior trip which will be balanced to pro-
the "Brady Guards" of Detroit,
to Washington will leave on vide to the extent feasible op-
RESERVATIONS and
the first uniformed company of
May 30 and return on June 2. portunities for long-term capital
militia in the state. He made
CONFIRMATION
Highlighting the sights they growth consistent with preserva-
the presentation February 22,
TO
will see is Mount Vernon, Lin- tion of principal and a reason-
1837, less than a month after
coln
and
Jefferson
Memorials,
Michigan became a state.
able income. It is anticipated
Bureau of Engraving, Washing- that ultimately 80 per cent of
By BARRY KRIEGER
The first flag had a portrait
The Statler Hilton Hotel has ton Monument, White House, the Fund's assets will be invest-
of Mason on one side and the
state coat-of-arms and a soldier been chosen as the site of the Arlington National Cemetery, ed in Israeli securities with 20
'63 Senior Prom on June 11. Capitol Hill, Smithsonian Insti- per cent being invested in the
with a lady on the other side.
AND LEADING HOTELS
Various flags bearing the Music will be provided by the tute, National Art Gallery and United States.
state coat-of-arms with different Mack Pitt eight-piece band. The Georgetown.
IN NEW YORK STATE
Shares of the fund are to be
The University of Michigan offered at a price of $10 per
designs and emblems were used theme for this year's prom is
AND FLORIDA
gave recognition to 1,012 of its share, with minimum subscrip-
until 1865• when Michigan offi- "Moonlight and Memories."
undergraduate
students,
52
of
cially adopted a new design for
Danny Baker's band will pro-
tions of $500 per person. Pay-
the flag. On one side was the vide music for this year's Junior which are Mumford graduates, ment for the share may be made
at
the
40th
annual
Honors
Con-
state coat-of-arms on a field of Prom on May 25. `-Sous le Ciel
OR SEE
in United States dollars, or State
blue, on the reverse side was De Paris," Under Paris Skies, vocation. Students honored in- of Israel Bonds of the. Indepen-
the U.S. coat-of-arms.
has been selected by the Junior clude James B. Angell Scholars, dence issue or First Develop-
This flag was unfurled for the Class Council as the theme for those students with an all-A ment issue, or any combination
grade average for two consecu- thereof. Laskey declared that the
first time July 4, 1865, on the the event.
tive semesters, and the U.,of M.
occasion of laying the corner-
Oak Park High School will be students who were awarded fund does not anticipate making
stone of the Soldiers' Monument represented in the annual
a continuous public offering of
19437 LIVERNOIS
of the Soldiers' National Ceme- . "Michigan State Foreign Lan- class honors. Class honors signi- its shares after the completion of
fies that the student has earned the proposed public offering.
At Outer Drive
tery at Gettysburg.
guage Poetry Recital" which an average of 3.5 or better for
will take place May 25 at East- the past two semesters.
ern Michigan University in
The honored Mumford grad-
Ypsilanti. The participants are uates are Judy Avrin, John
expected to interpret foreign Barkley, Joel Bennett, Paul
poetry and recite it from mem- Berghoff, Karen Bleier, Jane
ory. French and Spanish are the Cohen, Judy Cohen, _Ronald Co-
two main languages that will be hen, Susan Cohn, Bruce Colton, •
CALL

displayed at the recital. Span- Elaine Desow, Judy Diamind,
ish-speaking contestants include Gail Disner, Naomi Elkin, Steve
Myron Feld, Elayne Rawsky, Engelberg, Marilyn Faxstein, •
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division are Karen Ralph and Richard Goldman, Iris Gold-
Sandra Goldsmith.
smith, Alan Grass, Larry tack-
Junior Ira Lipson has re- ier, Judy Klein, Robert Levey,
cently been awarded a schol- Sandford Lewis, Norman Oslik,
Knows his
arship to the University of Richard Panush, Martin Pearl-
Michigan summer journalism man Reva Pokempner, David
mountains . . .
clinic by the Royal Oak 'Daily Raitt, Paul Redstone, Alexander
Tribune. The 10-day clinic is Reisman, Paul Robertson, Rich-
designed to teach students more ard Robinson, Susan King Rog-
about college journalism. Ira gin, Stanley Rosenbaum, David
has worked for the Tribune for Rottenberg, Sheldon Rubin,
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merly been editorial director der, Alan Schwartz, Errol Schu-
and at present is associate edi- bot, Ellen Schwartz, Leonard
tor-in-chief and sports editor of Somberg, Diane Stocker, Steve
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the Eagle, the student voice of weet, James Wineman, Richard
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be the Eagle's editor-in-chief.
Linda Zitomer.

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Sandy Koufax Pitches No-Hitter

By HAROLD U. RIBALOW

(Copyright, 1963,
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