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November 15, 1963 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-15

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State Hospital
gi Romney, Dov Joseph, Max Fisher, David Safran
Honors Temple
Assist in Elevating Detroit's Israel Bond Sales
to New 1963 Record at Impressive Dinner Meeting Israel Sisterhood

One of the country's most
distinguished Christians — Gov-
ernor George Romney — joined
with Israel's Minister of Justice,
Dov Joseph, in elevating the
Israel Bond projects to new
O heights,
when they spoke, on
Nov. 7, at - the Masonic Temple,
A at the dinner of the Detroit
Israel Bond Organization. •
A total of $205,000 in Israel
Bonds was sold at the dinner.
Conducted under the chair-
manship of Max M. Fisher, with
David Safran assisting during
the Israel Bond sales period, the
meeting resulted in added sales
which are expected before the
z end of the year to boost Detroit's
1963 total to more than $1,600,-
In his illuminating address,
Governor Romney told how he
had imbibed knowledge of and
faith in Israel through his
Mormonism and how the Mor-
mons had predicted long ago
the emergence of the State of
He expressed his delight at
being at the dinner, first out of
his friendship for Max Fisher,
and secondly "because of my
admiration for you as a people."
He said he had learned much
about the United Jewish Appeal
and the Israel Bond efforts dur-
ing the time he had spent at the
dinner with the Jewish leaders
;t and he injected a note of levity
6 P into the proceedings by chiding
Fisher for selling bonds without
a license and by presenting him
publicly with such a license.
There was another humorous
)te in the Governor's speech
yen he said: "If my tax pro-
un is not adopted, I may be
• to Israel with a suitcase of
ds to sell to the Israelis."
e Governor told of his
ughter's experiences w i t h
wish children while at Hamp-
on School and he paid tribute
to Jewry's idealism.
"The children of Israel had
the greatest impact on the
world," he said. He praised
the Jew's "sense of destiny"
and said it was fortunate for

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the world that out of this im-
pact arose a general respect
for God.
Reading from his Bible the
text of Moses' admonition to
Israel, he emphasized the pro-
phetic influences of faith upon
Describing the survivalism of
the Jews in spite of all perse-
cutions, Governor Romney ex-
pressed admiration for the man-
ner in which Jewry kept alive
its faith in the future.
He drew parallels between the
United States and Israel • and
described many matters in which
both peoples are alike. He said
America needs a new dedication
and added that "the most pre-
cious heritage is the one that
comes from you, teaching us that
we are children of one God." He
commended Jewish activities for
both the United Jewish Appeal
and Israel Bonds.
Dov Joseph illustrated his
address with a reference to
an experience he had when he
came to sell Israel Bonds in
Holland. Conferring with bank-
ers, he pointed out to them
that in the instance of such a
vast Jewish effort Israel is in
position to go to Jewish com-
munities and ask for loans,
whereas other nations have
difficulty reaching their na-
tionals elsewhere.
Joseph pointed to Israel's
needs for new currency now
that the German reparations
have ended. He described the
vast town building program in
Israel, the continuing migration
of Jews from many lands into
Israel and he said he foresaw
the time when hundreds of
thousands of , Jews will leave
Russia for Israel. -
He also pointed to the need to
strengthen Israel's defenses and
said that while Israel takes care
of that portion of her needs,
world Jewry still is expected to
aid . in facilitating immigration
to Israel and the newcomers'
integration in the land.
Fisher, in his introductory
remarks, spoke of his exper-

iences in Israel whence he re-
turned last week, ha v in g
gone there with the UJA mis-
sion. He told of the emergence
of new towns and praised the
spirit of the people, declar-
ing, "we can't let them down."
Safran referred to the won-
derful record set in Israel Bond
sales in Detroit this year, point-
ing to 1963 as one of the very
years on record.
Awards to presidents of syna-
gogues were presented by Phil-
lip Stollman. There were other
awards made at the dinner, giv-
ing recognition to Bond pur-
chasers. •
The musical program at the
dinner was given by the Yeme-
nite singer Shoshana Damari,
who was accompanied by the
accordianist, Ami Gilad. Miss
Damari was introduced by Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver. Mrs. - Sol
Slomovitz led in the singing of
the national anthems, accompa-
nied by Mrs. Sidney Allen. The
opening and closing prayers
were given by Rabbis Moses
Lehrman and Samuel Prero.

The Children's Service of
Northville State Hospital will
hold a tea in honor- of the
Temple Israel Sisterhood on
Nov. 21 at the hospital. The
Children's Service is a volun-
teer project of the sisterhood.
Shown above, Mrs. Irving Kra-
mer (left), project chairman,
shows the invitation to the tea
to co-chairman Mrs. Louis
Rosenzweig. They are support-
ed by Mesdames Ernest Gol-
umbia, president of the sister-
hood; R: Tulman, Earl Leader,
Y. Hertz and M. Sterling.

Slosson to Speak -
at Ann Arbor Hillel

Dr. Preston W. SlosSon, for-
mer professor of history at the
University of Michigan, will
speak 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
U-M Hillel Foundation, 1429
Hill, Ann Arbor. His topic will
be "Israel: The West in the
East." The public is invited.

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all times. He can't without strain-
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handle his work load and the
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The same man with the "Gold-
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a warning, then dump the loaded
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This newly found power will
circle then engulf the criminal.
Now you will be in position to
analyze his unfinished lines and
take his ideas and use them as
your own. In the meantime the
reader will not know what you
are doing.
This power is used only in self-
defense . . . To protect your
newly developed ideas . . . To
develop a fuller life.
How to find, develop, and use
this "Golden.Power" is all writ-
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