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January 31, 1964 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-31

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3 Michigan Bank Buys Israel BondsiWomen's League Rebecca Chodoroff

to Hold Meeting
of Organizations

Friday, January 31, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWSH

z

At ceremonies marking the $50,000 Israel Bond purchase
by the Michigan Bank National Association are, from left: David
Pollack, member of the Detroit Israel Bond Committee through
whose efforts the purchase was effected; Tom Borman, Detroit
Israel Bond general chairman, who is holding the Bonds; Stan-
ford Stoddard, president of the Michigan Bank, who is pre-
senting the check; Victor W. Klein, a member of the board
of the bank, and Frank R. Welsher, vice president-cashier of
the bank. Stoddard said: "We regard the purchase of Israel
Bonds as an expression of our confidence because Israel has
never at any time defaulted on the payment of principal or
interest on any debt. We are happy to share in its economic
development and to join with the Detroit Jewish community in
saluting Israel on the 16th year of its statehood and on the
13th year of the Israel Bond Issue. The officers and directors
of the Michigan Bank National Association are happy to share
in the economic development of the State of Israel, a nation
with a firm commitment to American democratic ideals. We
regard the purchase of Israel Bonds as a safe and secure in-
vestment of our depositors' funds and one showing a good
return."

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An 17 o uncements

Jan. 21 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Adler, 23661 Marlow,
Oak Park, a daughter, Adrienne
Shari.
* *
Jan. 21—To Dr. and Mrs. Mark
Molot (Nancy Schwartz, formerly
of Detroit), Milwaukee, Wis., a
son, Matthew Lewis.

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Jan. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs
Fred Findling (Gisele Benifla)
21713 Stratford Ct., Oak Park, a
daughter, Deborah Ella.

Jan. 19 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Zave Climan (Sandra Dawes),
200 Ridezu Terrace, Ottawa,
Ont., formerly of Detroit, a son,
Daniel Jay.
* * *
Jan. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Offen (Sybil Weinstein),
19946 Fenton, a son, Jay Ronald.
* * *
Jan. 13 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David Rubin (Marilyn Brenner),
19366 Votrobeck Dr., a daughter,
Linda Michele.

*

*

Jan. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Jor-
dan Kahn, 15756 George Wash-
ington, Southfield, a son, Brad-
ley.

* * *
Jan. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Dee. 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Mandell (Dorothy), 21891
Westhampton, Oak Park, a son, Leonard Saltz (Barbara Kaye),
Ronald Andrew.
8725 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park, a
son, Howard Jeffrey.
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Russian Jew Seized
as Secret 'Millionaire'

LONDON (JTA) — A Russian
Jew, Jacob Gleizer, has been
arrested on charges of being
"an underground millionaire,"
according to a Moscow dispatch
receieved here. Arrested with
Gleizer was another man, iden-
tified as Vassily I. Nosov.
Both men, according to the
Moscow report, are being ac-
cused of having secreted large
sums of gold and gold coins al-
legedly procured through "cur-
rency speculation."

Tennis Champs
Julie Heldman of New York,
daughter of Julius and Gladys
Heldman, has been ranked 10th
nationally among Am e r i c an
women tennis players for '63.
She's also the number one
ranked girls player. Her father
was a star in his own right
while her mother is editor and
publisher of World Tennis
Magazine. Julie is currently at-
tending Stanford . . . Carol
Wright of New York was
ranked 20th in the women's list
. . . Mike Belkin of Miami
Beach was beaten in the semis
of the Orange Bowl Junior
Championships by Brazil's To-
maz Koch 6-1, 6-2.

The 36th annual meeting of
the League of Jewish Women's
Organizations, will be held 12:15
p.m. Feb. 10 at Temple Israel.
The meeting is traditionally
held for league members during
National Brotherhood Month.
Featured will be a presenta-
tion by the mobile unit of the
Jewish Center Theatre. In-
cluded in the cast, which will
portray the universality of
man—his joys, sorrows, prob-
lems and pleasures—will be
Rita Kogan, Evie Orbach, Del-
phine Levinson and Melba
Winer.
Another highlight of the after-
noon, according to Mrs. Maurice
Weiner, program chairman, will
be an exhibition of organiza-
tion displays depicting "Your
Organization's Public Image." A
panel will judge the displays,
and also a popular vote taken.
Mrs. Sol Hammerstein, presi-
dent, invites all organizations to
participate. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.

Hebrew University
Library Has Cohen
Collection of Music

The establishment of the
Ethel S. Cohen Music Collec-
tion in the Music Division of
the Library of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem was an-
nounced by the Am e r i c an
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
The collection was created by
a gift from the Esco Fund Com-
mittee of New York, of which
Mrs. Cohen is president. The
gift will enable the library to
acquire musical scores, books
and r e c or d s relating to the
music of the Middle East and
the Far East, as well as to Af-
rican music.
It was simultaneously an-
nounced that, through the grant
of the Esco Fund Committee,
important manuscripts ha v e
been acquired for the Jewish
Music Research Center at the
Library. Among these manu-
scripts are the compositions of
Joseph Achron, including the
"Hebrew Melody" which has
won a permanent place in the
violin repertoire.

Hias to Observe
to Wed Alr. Fmmer 80th Anniversary

The Annual Meeting of United -
Hias Service, at Hotel Roosevelt,
New York, on March 8, will be
the first in a series of events
throughout 1964 in celebration
of the worldwide Jewish migra-
tion agency's 80th anniversary,
Murray I. Gurfein, president, an-
nounced.

City of Hope to Meet

MISS REBECCA CHODOROFF

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chodoroff
of Westover Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Rebecca Reva, to
Howard Emmer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Emmer of North-
field Blvd., Oak Park. A July
wedding is planned.

Branch Two to Gather

Branch Two, Labor Zionist
Organization of Detroit, will
hold its monthly meeting 7:30
p.m. Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Thomson,
18066 Kentucky.
First on the program will be
Bruce Kutnick, son of the Aaron
Kiltnicks of Woodingham Dr.
He will discuss his trip to
Israel.

Branch 7 Get-Together

Branch Seven, LZOA will
meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund
Kikoler, 18221 Hubbell.
"Information Please", a quiz
program prepared by Al Mich-
aels, director of the Israel Hista-
drut Campaign, will be followed
by refreshments and a social
hour.

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Civil Liberties Union
Protests Prayer on
Warship 'Midway

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
American Civil Liberties Union
(ACLU) disclosed it had pro-
tested to the Navy Department
against a requirement by the
commanding officer of the
U.S.S. Midway that all ship per-
sonnel stand at attention while
Catholic or Protestant chaplains
say an evening prayer and that
grace be said at all meals.
The ACLU said such an order
was "an infraction of the reli-
gious freedom of the individual"
and said that it was likely there
were persons of Jewish or other
faiths, or even non believers,
among the warship's personnel
who would be required "to be
part of a ,religious service con-
trary to their belief."
The ACLU said this amounted
to "a form of establishment of
religion which the constitution
forbids." It asked for correc-
tions not only on the Midway
but in the Navy generally.

A meeting of the Mr. and Mrs.
Group, City of Hope, will be held
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Young,
13350 Burton, Oak Park.
Tickets for the group's annual
`Games Party' in May will be
distributed. A social hour will
follow.

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