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July 12, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-12

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Israel Bond Women's Redemption
Committee Will Urge Re-Investment

Members of the new Redemption Committee of the Detroit
Israel Bond Women's Division, established for the purpose of
contacting bond-holders with maturing bonds and urging them
to re-invest in Israel, are from left, (seated): Mesdames Paul
Masserman, Louis Kirsch, Abe Rosenberg, Michael Michlin,
(standing) Noma Hudosh, Morris L. Schaver (who will be
installed as the Detroit Israel Bond Women's Division chairman
at an installation • dinner dance later this summer), Rachel
Kurtzman, committee chairman; and Jack Gosman. Other mem-
bers of the Redemption Committee, not shown, are Mesdames
David Novetsky, Harry Lome, Isadore Singer, I. M. Faxstein,
Morris Miller and Milton Winston.

Standard Federal's
Assets Now Exceed
$225,000,000

Sid Shmarak's

Business Briefs

GEORGE OH-
STEIN, Certified Master
Watchmaker and Jeweler, lo-
cated at 18963 Livernois, now
employs three qualified jewelers
to give his customers quick ef-
ficient watch and jewelry re-
pair, diamond setting, silver and
gold repair work, engraving, etc.
His ever-increasing stock in-
cludes fine diamonds, nationally
advertised watches, rings and
ring settings for men and wo-
men, 14K solid gold charms and
. bracelets, cultured pearls and
jewelry of every. description. To
the best OfThis knowledge, says
Ohrenstein, no other jeweler in
the northwest area offers such
a complete service under one
roof.

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Total assets of Standard Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associ-
ation of Detroit now exceed
$255,000,000, according to an an-
nuoncement by Robert J. Hut-
ton, president.
The Association's 140th semi-
annual statement of condition
shows total assets of $255,442,-
351.25 as of June 30, which
represents a net gain of more
than $23,000,000 since Jan. 1.
The statement also showed
net gains in savings in the last
six months of $19,000,000 bring-
ing the total savings held by
the Association to an all-time
high fo $230,035,202.46. During
the same period the Standard'
Federal mortgage portfolio in-
creased by $21,800,000. The As-
sociation now holds $203,719,-
216.03 in first mortgage home
loans. $660,000 were added to
reserves, bringing them to the
current level of $18,544,156.17.
George Pierrot, well-known
traveler and television person-
ality, cut the ribbon at the open-
ing of Standard Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association's
newest branch office, located'
on Greenfield just south of
Grand River. Present were
James P. Donaldson, branch
manager; Donald Wall, execu-
tive secretary of the Michigan
Savings and Loah League; and
Robert J. Hutton, president of
Standard Federal.

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Brevities

Time was when a young man
wanted to see the world—and
a girl in every port—he joined
the navy. Today, he joins a film
unit as is evidenced in Joseph
E. Levine's "Women of the
World" which made its Detroit
premiere on July 10 at the
Trans Lux Krim Theater. To
make "Women of the World,"
Director Jacopetti and his col-
leagues, Paolo Ca v a r a and
Franco Posperi, visited 39 coun-
tries on the five continents of
Asia, Africa, America, Europe
and Oceans. All told they ex-
posed more than 128 hours of
Technicolor film, for later edit-
ing. Everywhere they went the
subject was the same—women.
* * *
JENNIE TOUREL, soprano,
and LEONARD SHURE, pianist
and a faculty member of the
Mannes School of Music, left
for Israel to teach this summer
at the Rubin Academy of Music
in Jerusalem. Their visit was
arranged by the America-Israel
Cultural Foundation as part of
a special project to send spe-
cialists in music and art to
teach in Israel's c u l t u r al
institutions. During her stay in
Israel, Miss Tourel will partici-
pate in the Israel Festival of
Music. She will give concerts
in Jerusalem, Tel - Aviv and
Haifa. The Festival, which will
take place from July 16 to
August 12, is co-sponsored by
the Foundation and the Israel
Government Tourist Bureau.
* * *
Shakespeare and Shaw return
for the fifth successive year as
the "stars" of the UNIVERSITY
of DETROIT SUMMER REPER-
TORY FESTIVAL with "Much
Ado About Nothing" and "Cap-
tain Brassbound's Conversion."
All performances are in the tent
on Fisher Fountain Quadrangle
at 8:30 p.m. nightly except Mon-
days. Shakespeare's "MUCH
ADO" opens Tuesday, July 16,
with Shaw's comedy premiering
the following evening. "CAP-
TAIN BRASSBOUND'S CON-
VERSION," one of the few
plays by Shaw which the author
declares has "no message, no
propaganda, just theatre," is set
in Morocco in 1899.
* * *
-
WINDSOR INTERNATION-
AL THEATRE FESTIV AL
opened its summer season July
6 and will run through Aug. 31
at the Cleary Auditorium. Co-
producers Wayne E. Martens
(formerly of World Stage Inc.)
and Jonathan Knopf of New
York offer an all-New York cast
in a collection of hits which in-
clude Paddy Chayefsky's "Gid-
eon," Eugene O'Neill's "A Touch
of the Poet" and the Rodgers
and Hart "Connecticut Yankee."
A comedy-fantasy, "Invitation to
a March," by Arthur Laurents,
will run tonight and tomorrow.
From July 15 through July 20,
Arthur Miller's "View from the
Bridge" will be staged. Curtain
is at 8:40 p.m. For ticket infor-
mation, phone 252-6086.

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BREAST

The Detroit Jewelry Sales
Associates have announced the
appointment of Ruben Adver-
tising Agency, 13142 Puritan,
'to handle the 1963 Detroit
Jewelry Show advertising and
promotion for the organization.
The announcement was made
by Herman "Hy" Keys, presi-
dent,and Phil Rothschild, pub-
lic relations director, of the
group.
The Detroit Jewelry Show
will take place Sept. 22-23 at
the Statler-Hilton Hotel.
The Ruben Advertising
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