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March 25, 1966 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-25

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Miss Beverly Lee Cohen Redemption of 1st Israel Bond Issue to Be Marked May 2
INVITATIONS
of the redemption of at the New York celebration, which
to Be Mrs. Mark Hutton the Completion
The repayment of the coupon
first issue of State of Israel be held at the Waldorf-Astoria Ho-

Bonds will be celebrated May 2 at
a special luncheon meeting of the
national board of governors of the
Israel Bond Organization, it was
announced by Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president.
The event will be marked simul-
taneously in Israel at a ceremony
to be attended by Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol and other Israeli lead-
ers.
Pinhas Sapir, Israel's minister of
finance, will be the guest of honor

Cantor Ackerman Hosts
Bond Leadership Fete

MISS BEVERLY COHEN

Mrs. Frances Cohen of Stratford
Ct., Oak Park, announces the
engagement of her daughter Bev-
erly Lee to Mark Herbert Hutton.
Her father was the late Mr. Sol
Cohen. The prospective bride
groom is the son of Mrs. Helen
Hutton of Whitmore Rd.
A spring wedding is planned.

Glass at Great Lakes
Antique Show, Sale

A leadership reception in ad-
vance of the Cong. Beth
Abraham testimonial dinner hon-
oring Dr. Robert Schlaff will be
hosted by Cantor and Mrs. Shab-
tai Ackerman, 8:30 p.m. Thursday,
at their home, 18254 Woodingham.
Guest speaker at the affair will
be David Safran, general chair-
man of the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee.

tel at noon on May 2. He will pre-
sent a check for $30,812,500 to be
paid out to the holders of Israel
Independence Issue coupon bonds
which will fall due on that date.
This will be the largest sum ever
paid out by the State of Israel on
any one day to meet any of its fi-
nancial obligations.

bonds will complete the redemp-
tion of all outstanding Bonds of
the Independence Issue, of which a
total of $145,532,800 were sold dur-
ing the period from May 1, 1951 to
May 1, 1954. The completion of the
redemption of the first Bond issue
will also coincide with the observ-
ance of the 15th anniversary
of the launching of the Israel Bond
program.

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HAVING A PARTY? NEED FLOWERS? ?

The University, Graduate and
Professional Chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress will hold the
second in a series of lectures 2:30
p.m. Sunday at the home of Mar-
garet Portnoff, 20277 Greenview.
Rabbi Max Kapustin, director of
the Hillel Foundation at Wayne
State University, will discuss
"Thoughts on Judaism" concerning
youth on the campus.
Members are invited to bring
friends.

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here are dressing dinner tables
today across the nation in a re-
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glass being found in antique
shops today and is only one of
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A Reader Asks: Where
Are Our Voluble Yiddishists?

Editor, The Jewish News:
I wish to commend Workmen's
Circle for bringing a fine group of
Yiddish artists to the Jewish Cen-
ter. It was Yiddish theater per-
formed by talented artists — with
dignity, respect for the Yiddish
language, not a mockery of the
Jew that many so-called Yiddish
artists portray.
But it bothered me that the
audience was not too large. Where
were all the Yiddishists who shrei
gevald, shed crocodile tears and
are so concerned about the decline
of Yiddish, who claim to be so
hungry for Yiddish theater? Why
did they not come to encourage a
group like that and praise them
for their effort to bring a clean Yid-
dish word, not profanity, to our
people? How do they expect Yid-
dish theater to exist, if they are
not interested to come?
With respect,
MRS. D. (REVA) SCHOICHIT
18989 Snowden

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 25, 1966-31

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