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June 04, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-04

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Plan Labor Zionist-Landsmanshafien Bond Event

At the planning meeting for the Detroit Labor Zionist Movement-Landsmanshaften Israel 17th
anniversary celebration for Israel Bonds, to take place June 24 are (from left, seated) Mesdames Norman
Leemon, Movsas Goldoftas, Morris L. Schaver, David Sislin, Michael Michlin, Tobias Krashin, Jack
Gosman, Alex Schreier and Jack Berent; standing: Emanuel Mark, Saul Glosser, Aaron Bornstein,
Jacob Glaser, David Sislin, Harry Schumer, Morris Lieberman, Israel Burnstein, Tobias Krashin, Maurice
Gelfand, Jack Berent and Moritz Schubiner. The affair will honor the pioneers of the Labor Zionist
Movement in Detroit.

Michigan Bank's New Bond Purchase

The Michigan Bank National Association made an additional pur-
chase of Israel Bonds. From left are Stanford Stoddard, president
of the bank; David Pollack, Israel Bond institutional chairman, who
effected the purchase; Frank R. Welsher, vice president-cashier _of
tut, 11k holding the Bonds and Louis E. T_TY,itaili, &Lector of the
Detroit Israel Bond Organization-, holding the check for the $25,000
purchase. Last year the Michigan Bank bought $50,000 in Israel
Bonds. Stanford Stoddard, president of the bank, presenting the
$25,000 check, said: "We • are happy to join with the Detroit Jewish
community in saluting Israel on the 17th year of its independence
and on the 14th year of its Bond issue. Our officers and directors
are glad to take this additional position in Israel Bonds as an ex-
pression of our confidence in Israel's stability and promising future."

Jan Bart Guest Star
at Congregation Fete

Jan Bart, humorist, will be guest
star at the third Congregation
Gemiluth Chassodim "Salute to
Israel" dinner 6 p.m., June 13 in
the social hall.
The men's club
a n d sisterhood
will be honored
at the affair for
their efforts on
behalf of the con-
gregation, the
community a n d
Israel. A cham-
pagne reception
will precede the
dinner.
Yeheskel Bar-
nea, consul of
T.....ztei in ult. i
in charge of
press and public
relations, will be
the guest speaker
at the affair on
Bart

behalf of Israel Bonds. Herman

Strassburger will be toastmaster,
and Rabbi Joel J. Litke will deliver
the tribute.
Selfhelp-Detroit is joining Con-
gregation Gemiluth Chassodim in
Socialites to Install New Officers at Dance
this dinner.
Detroit Socialites will hold its invited to the dance at 9 p.m. For
For reservations, call the Israel
ninth annual installation dinner- reservations, call: KE '7-8089.
Bonds office, DI 1-5707.
dance 6:30 p.m. June 13 at Cong.
Beth Moses.
Dinner will be followed by danc-
ing to the music of The Dominoes
Orchestra.
The Socialites' friends in the
community are invited to this cele-
By BENNETT CERF
bration honoring outgoing and new
A DISTINGUISHED attorney was button-holed by a re-
officers.
d-1 cent graduate from Law School, who babbled, "I've got
Peter Steffin and Myra Radner
are vice presidents; Esther Oshan,
my first big case coming up before Judge X next week. Dc
treasurer; Bertha Knitzer, Ann Or-
you think it would help
den and Herman Schuman, secre-
if I sent him a couple of
taries. The board of directors in-
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cludes Evelyn Axelrod, Lou Fein-
dy?" "On the contrary,"
berg, Morris Gellerman, Harry
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older man assured
Glassman, Barney Oshan, Myra
him. "Judge X is the soul
Radner and Elaine Roth. Those
of honor. Such an obvi-
unable to attend the dinner are
ous ploy would prejudice
him hopelessly against

Program Listed for Israel Bond
Dinner Honoring Women of Valor

David Safran, chairman, an-
nounces that preparations have
been completed for the Israel Bond
dinner, to be held 7 p.m. Thursday
at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
The dinner will honor 22 "Wom-
en of Valor," each of whom is re-
sponsible for the sale or purchase
of $100,000 in Israel Bonds.
Guest speaker will be Ambassa-
dor Aryeh Manor, former Israel
economics minister to the United
States, who is vice president of
Bank Leumi Le-Israel, Israel's
largest banking institution.
Geula Gill, Israel's singing star,
and her trio, will head the pro-
gram of entertainment.
Tickets are still available. For
dinner reservations, dietary laws
observed, call the Israel Bond of-
fice, DI. 1 - 5707.

Ballroom Dancing by

Dinner music will be provided
by Eric Rosenow and his orches-

tra.

Rabbi Leon Frain of Temple Is-
rael will deliver the invocation,

and Rabbi Charles Rosenzweig,
president of Shaarit Haplaytah,
will give the benediction. Singing
of the anthems will be led by Mrs.
Bernard Pepper, accompanied by
Bella Goldberg.
The community is invited to
this affair, which will celebrate
Israel's 17th year of statehood.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, June 4, 1965

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