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May 14, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-14

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Blueprint Israel Bond Reinvestments

At the initial meeting which launched the Detroit Israel Bond
Reinvestment Program and which resulted in the formation of the
Israel Bond Reinvestment Committee. Members of the Women's
Reinvestment Committee are, from left, seated: Mesdames Morris
Miller, Dan Shapiro, Norma Hudosh, Max Solarz, Jack Berent and
Louis Winkler; rear, Mesdames Michael Michlin, Isadore Singer,
Philip Slomovitz, Harold Robinson and Louis M. Elliman, women's
reinvestment co-chairman.

Israel's 17th Anniversary Dinner Is
Scheduled; Ambassador to Be Speaker

Mrs. Jack Perlman Elected Head
of Detroit Chapter of Hadassah

Mrs. Jack W. Perlman, succeeds
Mrs. Max L. Lichter as president
of Detroit Chapter Hadassah.
A former group president, Mrs.
Perlman was. elected and instal-
led at a recent meeting, along
with Mesdames Samuel Schaflan-
der, Maurice Perlman, Davis Ben-
son, Harold Y. Hoffman, Abe
Zitomer, Henry Berris and Rob-
ert S. Drews, vice presidents;
Bernard Mirvis, Ivan S. Meisner
and Samuel J. Leavitt, secretaries;
and Mrs. Alfred Rosen, treasurer.
Reelected to the board of direc-
tors were Mesdames Herman
August, Benjamin M. Bond, Al-
fred Deutsch, Samuel Shekter and
Milton Sorock. •
Announcements were made of
forthcoming Hadassah activities:
• A teen-age summer camp in
Israel July 1-Aug. 19. Teens 13-16
will stay at Kfar Silver, American
chartered agricultural school,

The annual community-wide an- a tradition in Detroit and through-
niversary dinner, which this year out the land.
The guest speaker will be Is-
will celebrate the 17th year of Is-
rael Ambassador Aryeh Manor,
rael's statehood, will be held former economic minister of the
Thursday, June 10, 7 p.m., at the Embassy of Israel in the United
Sheraton-Cadillac, it w a s an- States, who served as director of
nounced by Tom Borman, general the Israel Supply Mission in New
chairman of the Detroit Israel York and as head of the Israel
Bond Committee. The anniversary Ministry of Defense Mission in
dinner, the highlight of the spring New York. Ambassador Manor is
Israel Bond campaign, has become vice president of Bank Leumi Le-
Israel, the largest banking insti-
tution in Israel.
Dear Michigan:
Geula Gill, popular singing star,
One picture ..
will head the program of enter-
tainment. She was born in Israel
MRS. JACK PERUVIAN
and sings in 16 different languages.
She and her trio have appeared where they will study and tour
in sold-out concerts throughout the Israel. For information contact
land.
Teen Age Summer Camp 'Depart-
For reservations to the dinner, ment, .Zionist Organization of
dietary laws observed, call the Is- America, 145 E. 32nd, New York,
rael Bond Office, DI. 1-5707.
10016.

For information call chapter tour-
ism chairman Mrs. Max Dushkin,
DI 1-2976.
• National Hadassah Convention
Aug. 15 at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel, New York. A visit to the
World's Fair is planned for dele-
gates.
Special projects to be launched
this year are establishment of a
kidney transplant research pro-
gram; construction of a nurses
residence near the Hadassah-He-
brew University Medical Center
construction of a special floor for
research at the Medical Center
and construction of a floor at
Hadassah's Brandeis Vocational
Schools in Jerusalem for a special
course in industrial electronics.
* *
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah is
establishing a golf league for all
members, with the first meeting
scheduled for 10 a.m. May 24 at
Lancaster Hills Golf Club. For in-
formation, call the Hadassah offi-
ces, BR 3-5441, or Mrs. Ted Schol-
nick, golf secretary, VE 6-6695.

of a perpetual scholarship in Israel
in honor of Mrs. Arthur J. Gold-
berg, wife of U.S. Supreme Court
Justice Goldberg. The scholarship
provides for a $2,500 endowment
- within the framework of the His-
tadrut Scholarship Fund to aid

Couples Plan Election

The Mr. and Mrs. Club of Cong.
Bnai Moshe will elect officers and
hear a musical program by Cantor
Louis Klein 8:30 p.m. Monday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert
Reinstein, 14540 Leslie, Oak Park.
Guests invited.

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Monday, 10 a.m., at Holiday
Manor, 23029 Coolidge, Oak Park.
The breakfast is sponsored by
the Israel 'Bond Women's Division,
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Mrs. Louis M. Elliman -is the
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