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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-27

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Friday, December 27, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-20



City National Bank Buys
$50,000 of Israel Bonds

City National Bank officers and leaders in the Detroit Israel
Bond campaign took part in the ceremony in connection with
the purchase of $50,000 in Israel Bonds by the bank. From left
at the consumnation of the purchase are: Maurice Aronsson,
member of the bank's board; James M. French, general vice
president in charge of investments for the bank; Tom Borman,
general chairman of the Detroit Israel Bond Committee; Irwin
I. Cohn, honorary Israel Bond chairman; John H. French, Jr.;
president of City National Bank, and Leonard Simons, a member
of the board of the bank.
In line with some 200 other banks throughout the country
which have purchased Israel Bonds, City National has taken
the lead in this area by becoming the first Metropolitan Detroit
Area Bank to take a position in Israel Bonds through a $50,000
purchase.
The check was presented to Cohn, who initiated the approach
for the purchase, and to Borman.
Making the announcement on behalf of the bank, John H.
French, Jr., president of the bank, and James M. French, gen-
eral vice president, in charge of investments stated:
"We regard the purchase of Israel Bonds as a secure invest.
ment for our funds. In purchasing State of Israel Bonds, the
City National Bank has acted on the same basis as it does in
making any other investment.
"We have bought Israel Bonds because they constitute a
sound investment in the economy of a nation which has demon-
strated its viability and capacity for growth. Israel is a moded
democracy and a strong and true friend of our own country.
"The world has watched with admiration the progress of the
State of Israel and its emergence in the short period of 15 years
as a dynamic young nation with a great devotion to the prin-
ciples of human dignity and freedom.
"It is traditional for Americans, and their financial institu-
tions as well, to make their investments an instrument for the
economic development of countries and peoples who treasure
their commitment to the cause of liberty. In buying Israel
Bonds, we have sought to act in the spirit of this great
tradition."

Zionist Chief Torczyner to Speak
to Detroit Israel Investment Club

Jacques Torczyner of New
York, chairman of the National
Executive Council of the Zionist
Organization of America and
member of the Presidium of the
World Zionist Actions Commit-
tee, will address the Detroit Is-
rael Investment Club No. 1 8:30
p.m. Jan. 8 at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Ben Lewis, 19501
Robson, according to Carmi M.

Slomovitz, president of the club.
A leading figure in American
Zionism for many years, Tor-
czyner is associated in an execu-
tive capacity with the Rassco
Israel Corporation, one of Isra-
el's major development and in-
vestment companies, founded in
1934 by the Jewish Agency at
the initiative of the late Dr.
Chaim Weizmann.
Persons interested in invest-
ment opportunities in Israel are
invited to attend the meeting.
Reservations are accepted at Zi-
onist House, DI 1-8540.

A Visitor to Israel

By Morris H. Masserrnan

Shalom
In business suit and briefcase
in the crowded streets of Tel Aviv
In flowing sideburns and Chasidic
longcoats
In the tortuous alleys of Jerusalem
In small, family size synagogues
In efficient up-to-date banks
Shalom

Shalom
In the honeycomb
Of the kibbutz
With welcome of
Cool borscht,
Gefilte fish and
Blintzes
Shalom

JACQUES TORCZYNER

Workmen's Circle
Branches Schedule
Speaker, '64 Ball

Workmen's Circle Branch 227
will usher in the new year with
a ball 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center.
Entertainment, a buffet, fa-
vors, and dancing to the music
of Joe Melton's orchestra will
be featured. Tickets are avail-
able at the W. C. office. For
information, call Mrs. L. Popow-
ski, DI 1-1639.
',Workmen's Circle Branch 156
will present Solomon W. Schk-
loven on "1963 in Retrospect"
9:30 p.m. today at the W. C.
Center. Guests are invited.

Shalom
In Bersheba
Where the proud ancient camels
Get down on their knees
And the skeletons of new
apartments
Rise in the sky
Shalom

Shalom
In Haifa
The city that climbs up the cliffs
On stilts
One foot, ocean side
In the muck of industry,
Head in the clouds
Shalom

Shalom
In Ashtod
The port of the future
Where the obstinate desert
Has given up its hegemony
(Imagine the Sahara giving up)
And the stony apartments
Have already been built,
In blueprint.
Shalom

Shalom
In sport shirt and sandals
Out of the barrel mouth of guides
Shalom

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Gottlieb-Appel
Vows Solemnized

People Make News

MRS. HUGO DALSHEIMER,
an outstanding Jewish commun-
ity leader from Baltimore, has
been named chairman of the
Women's Communal Services
Committee of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds for the coming year.
MRS. HARRY JONES, Detroit
civic, communal and philanthro-
pic leader, was named to serve
with her as vice-chairman.
* * *
STANLEY ROSENBAUM, of
1335 Geddes Ave., Ann Arbor,
is attending the mid-winter con-
ference of the Student Zionist
Organization, at Hechalutz Israel
Institute, Hightstown, N.J. He
is a student at the University
of Michigan and SZO chapter
president.
* *
S. JEROME BRONSON and
LESLIE H. KUTLNSKY, attor-
neys in Madison Heights, have
announced the formation of a
partnership for the general prac-
tice of law under the firm name
of Bronson and Kutinsky. Their
offices will be located at 28229
John R., Madison Heights, Bron-
son's present location. Bronson
attended bath Wayne State Uni-
versity and the University of
Michigan. He obtained his law
degree in 1954. Kutinsky at-

Schoichit's 70th
Birthday Feted

A number of local groups,
pro-Israel and congregational,
have joined in honoring David
Schoichit, of 18989 Snowden,
on the occasion of his 70th
birthday, which he will observe
on Dec. 30.
Trees being planted in his
honor in Is
through
the Jewish Na-
tional Fund
especially are
noted among
t h e recogni-
tion given
him.
Born in Ii-
initze, a small
town in t h e
Ukraine, Rus-
D. Schoichit
sia, Schoichit
came to the United States in
1922. He began his activities
in the jewelry business as a
watchmaker and has become
known as a diamond expert.
A scholar and a Talmudist,
he also is an accomplished can-
tor.
He is active in Allied Jewish
Campaigns and in Bnai Brith
and is a founding member of
Shomrey Emunah Synagogue.
A lifelong devotee of the
Jewish National Fund, an extra
large JNF Blue and White Box
is always on display in his
place of business in the Metro-
politan Building, and his box,
cleared two or three times a
year, always yields an average
of $100, per clearance.
His wife, Reva, to whom he
was married in 1920, is active
in the Progressive Israel Hash-
omer Hatazair movement. They
have a daughter and a son and
three grandchildren. Mr. Schoi-
chit also has three brothers and
three sisters.
* * *
Cong. Shomrey Emunah will
pay tribute to David Schoichit,
18989 S n o wden, at Sabbath
morning services on Jan. 4.
Schoichit, one of the founders
of the synagogue, is celebrating
his 70th birthday Monday.
Rabbi and Mrs. Sholem Flam
will extend their felicitations
and will tender a kiddush in his
honor following services.

Arthur Dery to Head
Cleveland's Appeal

CLEVELAND, (JTA)—Arthur
Dery has been named general
chairman of Cleveland's 1964
Jewish Welfare Fund Appeal.

tended Wayne State University
where he graduated in 1957
with degrees in B.A. and L.L.B.
* * *
Time Magazine, in a rare de-
parture from its custom of em-
phasizing current events, de-
votes the cover story of its
Dec. 13 issue to the world of
archaeology. The article is en-
titled "The Search for Man's
Past" and highlights the work
and achievement of Nelson
Glueck, internationally - known
archaeologist and president of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion. The por-
trait of Dr. Glueck is featured
on the cover.
C *
EARL HORDES, 176'16 Wyom-
ing, joined 52 other Columbus
Mutual Life Insurance Company
General Agents at a two-day
meeting at the Columbus Plaza
in Columbus, 0., Monday and
Tues., Dec. 16 and 17.
* * *
RABBI ISRAEL MILLER of
the Kingsbridge Heights Jewish
Center, Bronx, N.Y., chairman
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy, will lead a religious
retreat at Berchtesgarten, Ger-
many, Jan. 6-10, for Jewish mil-
itary chaplains on duty with
the U.S. Army and Air Force in
Europe. Sixteen Jewish chap-
lains stationed in Great Britain,
France, Germany and Turkey
will attend.
* * *
THEODORE COMET has been
named national director of the
newly established American Zi-
onist Youth Foundation, Inc.,
Charles Bick, chairman of the
foundation, announced.
* * *
DR. WILLIAM STEINBERG,
music diretor of the Pittsburgh
Symphony Orchestra, was hon-
ored as "Man of the Year" at a
dinner sponsored by the Pitts-
bugh Committee for State of Is-
rael Bonds.
* * *
DR. HEISUKE HIRONAKA
of Brandeis University has been
named to share with a Stanford
University professor in the $10,-
000 Research Corporation
Award for 1963. J. W ill i a m
Hinkley, president of the New
York foundation, said that the
West Newton mathematician
will receive the $500 award next
month in New York. The 1963
award will be presented Jan. 30
at a dinner honoring Dr. Hiro-
naka and Dr. Paul J. Cohen of
Stanford, each of whom has re-
cently resolved by highl: , orig-
inal means a famous and im-
portant problem in mathematics.
* * *
For his performance of duty
as leader of the Malmstrom
AFB Jewish congregation for
the past three years, Lt. Col.
NATHAN H. MAZER was
awarded the Air Force Com-
mendation Medal at ceremonies
at Malmstrom Air Base, Mon-
tana. He was one of five officers
and two noncoms of the 341st
Strategic Missile Wing to re-
ceive the Medal.

MRS. MAURICE GOTTLIEB

Mary Esther Appel, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Appel
of Shrewbury Rd., became the
bride of Maurice Gottlieb, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb
of Elmhurst Ave., formerly of
Brussels, Dec. 22, at a ceremony
officiated by Rabbis Morris,
Adler and Irwin Groner and
Cantors Jacob Sonenklar and
Reuven Frankel.
The bride wore a gown of
silk faille with a Sabrina neck-
line. The bell skirt had a bou-
ffant back cascading to a chapel
train.
The bride's sister, Berenice
Appel, and her cousin, Judith
Appel, attended her. The bride-
groom was served by Jerry
Appel, the bride's twin brother.
The couple will reside on
Woodingham Dr.

Jewish Aged Home
in N.Y. Changes Name

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Home for Aged and Infirm Heb-
rew of New York announced
here that, beginning Jan. 1, it
will be known as the Jewish
Home and Hospital for Aged.

Sheldon Rott

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