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June 05, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-05

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7-0 Berdituhev-KesheneN Israel Bond Fete

Million Dollar Israel Bond Holy Day
Sale Set as Goal by SynagogueGroup

Phillip Stollman, chairman of
the congregational appeals for Is-
rael Bonds, speaking at the leader-
ship dinner meeting on May 28,
over which he presided, called for
an all-out effort to make this a
million-dollar-year in Bond sub-

At the Berditchev-Keshenev Aid Society Israel 16th anniversary
celebration which honored Mrs. Ida Rosenberg, and resulted in
Israel Bond subscription totaling $17,000, from left: Al Rosenberg,
Louis H. Cohen, Israel anniversary chairman; Jack Rosenberg, Mrs.
Ida Rosenberg, the mother; Eddie Rosenberg, and Judge Nathan J.
Kaufman. !he guest speaker. Al.iack, Eddie and Lester Rosenberg,
the sons of the honoree, purchased $10,000 in Israel Bonds. Harry
Rocklin is the president and Louis Bassin, vice president.

Commonwealth Buys $50,000 in Bonds

scriptions during the High Holy
Days.
Stollman's call to action met
with an enthusiastic response
from the representatives of nearly
all the local congregations, includ-
ing, for the first time, two from
Reform synagogues.
Pointing out that last year the
income from Bond sales in syna-
Phil Lind on Pontiac
gogues totalled $685,000, Stoll-
man expressed confidence in
Israel Bond Program the
possibility of attaining the
The Pontiac Jewish community
goal he proposed. "Let us set
will mark the 16th anniversary of
higher goals than ever," was his
Israel's State-
appeal to the synagogue repre-
hood, honoring
sentatives.
Rabbi Israel
Louis Levitan, manager of the
Goodman and
Detroit Bond Office, in a report
Rabbi Ernst Con-
on the current status of Bond
rad, at a celebra-
sales, announced a new high
tion Sunday, Jun ,.
record—$827,000 already reported
14, 6:45 p.m. A
in cash, as compared with $557,000
dinner will be
on the same date last year.
held at the Con-
He said the importance of the
gregation B n a i
t.urrent progress is that the pur-
Israel, 143 Onei-
chases were made by 973 people
da, Pontiac.
as compared with 600 at the same
Heading th
lime last year. In addition, there
program will be
already are pledges for $555,000 as
Phil Lind, singer
contrasted with $385,000 this time
last year.
a n d entertainer
who is the mas
Many more congregations are
planning events for Bonds this
ter of ceremonie
year, and it was reported that
of several Chi
in addition to a new interest
sago radio pro-
Phii Lind
shown by Reform groups there
grams and has been acclaimed
will be an Israel Bond dinner at
for "The Phil Lind Show" on TV.
the Shaarey Zedek, Sept. 13,
under the chairmanship of Max
Resolution in Congress
Shaye.

Levitan listed a score of events
planned for Bonds by a variety of
organizations and groups during
the coming months.
Dr. Abraham Biran, noted Is-
raeli archaeologist, the evening's
quest speaker, described the ex-
citing story of excavations in Is-
rael in which he participated. He
told of the finding of an ancient
city and synagogue during the dig-
gings for the Jordan River water
project.
Dr. Biran also described the
archaeological efforts that re-
sulted in finding many valuable
evidences of life in ancient times,
the location of scrolls and altars.
He told of the recreation of the
ancient city of Arad in the Negev
and the rebuilding of ancient areas
that were prosperous more than
2,000 years ago.
-Expressing confidence that there
will be no war over the Jordan
water project, he spoke of the
remarkable achievements in Israe .
with the aid of Israel Bonds.
At the leadership dinner, Rabbi
Benjamin Gorrelick gave the invoca-
tion and Cantor Shabai Ackerman
led in the Benshen.

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`Outlaws' Anti-Semitism

WASHINGTON (JTA)—An in-
ternational treaty aimed at world-
wide condemnation and eradica-
tion of anti-Semitism has been urg-
ed by Rep. Cornelius E. Gallagher.
The New Jersey Democrat has in-
troduced a resolution expressing
support of President Johnson's
efforts to secure universal con-
demnation of anti-Semitism as an
international offense.

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Donald H. Parsons (left), chairman of the board of Bank of the
Commonwealth, presents check for a $50,000 Israel Bond purchase
by the bank to David Pollack (center). Leo Lapham, executive vice
president of the bank, is at the right.

The Bank of the Commonwealth
this week purchased $50,000 in
State of Israel Bonds. The pur-
chase was effected through the ef-
forts of David Pollack, a member
of the Detroit Israel Bond Com-
mittee, former fire commissioner
and head of an investment firm.
Donald H. Parsons, chairman of
the board of the bank, in present-
ing the check for the Bond pur-
chase, said:
The Bank of the Common-
wealth is happy to participate in
the economic development of the
State of Israel. Israel is rapidly

becoming a living success story.
Its progress has miraculously re-
vived an ancient land. The courage
of its people has swept aside moun-
tainous obstacles and Israel has
demonstrated her ability to make
good and to develop her economy
at a surprising rate.
"For these reasons the Bank of
the Commonwealth considers this
a sound investment and is pleased
to take a position in Israel Bonds."

Gen. Marshall Speaker
for Gemiluth Chassodim

The mid-year conference of the
board of governors of the Israel
Bond Organization.to be held to-
day and Saturday evening, will pay
tribute to Prime "sinister Levi
Eshkol and highlight his role in
advancing Israel's economic de-
velopment, it was announced by
Abraham Feinberg, president of
the Israel Bond Organization.
The conference will be held at
the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New
York, with 500 Jewish leaders
from all parts of the United States
and Canada participating.
The Israel Premier will be the
guest of honor at the final session,
in the form of a tribute dinner on
Saturday evening. •

Gen. S. L. A. Marshall, military
analyst, author and U. S. Army
historian, will be the guest speaker
as the Gemiluth Chassodim "Pres-
idential Toast to Israel" dinner
6:30 p.m. June 14, in the social
hall of the synagogue.
Milt Moss, comedian, who is
starring on television as "Zoo-
keeper Milt," will be the guest
star, at the affair on behalf of
Israel Bonds.
Rabbi Joel J. Litke will present
the tribute to the presidents. Otto
Kaufman is "The Toast to Israel"
chairman.
For reservations call Paul Mas-
tierman, DI. 1-5707.

Israel Bond Parley
Honors Premier Eshkol

Tell your husband
you made them yourself.

, 1•111

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 5, 1964
15

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