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January 03, 1964 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-03

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Friday, January 3, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S-16

$30,000 in Israel Bonds Sold
at Hanukah, Victory Festival

National Bank
Buys $100,000
Israel Bonds

Israel Bond subscriptions at the Hanukah victory festival
in the Latin Quarter totaled $30,000, bringing the 1963 Detroit
Israel Bond Campaign close to $1,700,000 in cash sales for the
year. At the show, featured on the program, were from left:
Tom Borman, general chairman of the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee; Zigi Binor, Israeli accordion virtuoso; Max Sosin,
M.C. at the affair which drew a capacity audience; Renee,
Chicago singing star, and Emil Cohen, noted comedian.

The National Bank of Detroit
this week bought $100,000 in
State of Israel Bonds.
The National Bank purchase
was effected through the efforts
of Tom Borman, general chair-
man of the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee.
The largest bank in the state
and one of the leading banks
in the midwest, the National
Bank of Detroit is a corre-
spondent bank of the Bank
Leumi of Israel.
The action of the National
Bank boosted the 1963 Isrgel
Bond cash sales to $1,700,000—
$400,000 more than the total
for 1962.

Center Theater's

The Lewises Israel Bond Family Mobile Unit Will

Give Performance

The members of the Lewis Family are among the most
devoted and dedicated supporters of Israel and the Israel Bond
cause. They have been bond buyers and active volunteer
workers since the inception of the Israel Bond drive in 1951.
From left: Mrs. Jeanette Lewis Kirsnianski, Mrs. Norma
Hudosh, Miss Rose Lewis and Morris Ben Lewis. The sisters
established a children's nursery in Jerusalem in honor of
their brother's 70th birthday. Mr. Lewis is. Israel Bond cash
collection co-chairman. Mrs. Hudosh is Israel Bond chairman
of the Business and Professional Chapter of Bnai Brith and
one of the most dedicated workers for bonds in the area.
The Lewis family has been closely connected with the Zionist
cause, with Bar-Ilan University and with Israel. Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis and the Lewis sisters this year planted the Lewis Family
Forest of 10,000 trees in Israel through the Jewish National
Fund.

Jewish War Vets Make Plans for
Annual '64 Military Ball Benefit

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COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
F e a t u r e: The mid-winter
delegate assembly of the Jew-
ish Community Council, high-
lighting the position of the
Jews in the Soviet Union, will
be discussed by Benjamin
Laikin, member of the Council
executive board. Presented by
the Culture Commission of the
Community Council.
* * *
TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJLB (r a d i o and
television simultaneously).
Feature: "Soviet Anti-Semi-
tism—A Personal Report," fea-
turing the personal impressions
and experiences obtained in a
recent trip to Russia by Philip
Baum, national director of the
Commission on International
Affairs of the American Jewish
Congress. Joseph Edelman,
director of the Culture Com-
mission of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, will conduct
the interview.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Jews Behind the
Iron Curtain." Philip Baum,
national director of the Com-
mission on International
Affairs of the American Jewish
C o n g r e s s, will discuss his
recent trip to the Soviet Union
with Joseph Edelman, director
of the Culture Commission of
the Jewish Community Council.



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