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October 07, 1966 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-07

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Commonwealth Develops
Aid-to-Elderly Plan

Michigan senior citizens are get-
ting a new deal from their bank-
ers this year—a deal that is in-
dicative of the new thinking in
financial circles.
The plan, developed by Bank of
the Commonwealth is SMIP (Se-
cured Monthly Income Plan).
Briefly it works this way:
With an investment of $5,000
for example, at 5 per cent, the
senior depositor or widow will re-
ceive $250 a year. SMIP breaks
this amount down into 12 monthly
payments of $20.83. At this point
the depositor has a choice of hav-
ing a check for that amount
mailed to his home, or having the
$20.83 deposited into a free check-
ing account. The SMIP checking
account would have no minimum
balance requirements and checks
would be furnished free of charge.
rates:
Certificates purchased in
amounts over $5,000 would yield
the following monthly interest

Time Deposit
$ 5,000
10,000
25,000
50,000

Monthly Check
$ 20.83
41.67
104.16
208.33

SukhaStationedatNorthiand Martin Bormann

in Argentine Jungle
TV Program Says

kitaksaS.,i,faV
Sukkot came to Northland this week with the Lubavitch Youth
Organization "sukkamobile." The sukka mounted on a truck came
complete with etrog and lulav for passersby to say the blessing over.
Members of Gan Israel Youth served as "stewards" on the traveling
sukka, which also was seen at such places as the Dexter Davison
Markets. Rabbi Beret Shem Tov (left) and Yitshak Kagan were
pilot and co-pilot.

ewry

Judge Pernick Named
33rd Degree Mason

ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "Education for Charac-
ter," the second program in the
series will be presented. The spe-
cial guest will be Dr. Samuel D.
Proctor, president of the Institute
for Services to Education of the
Carnegie Endowment. Dr. Proctor
will discuss education for charac-
ter in law, business and govern-
ment.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "Shall Man End What
God Began?" is the second in a
series of three presentations with
Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein of KAIVT
Temple, Chicago and president of
the Central Conference of Ameri-
JUDGE JOSEPH J. PERNICK
can Rabbis, and Rabbi David J.
Judge Joseph J. Pernick of Com- Seligson of Central Synagogue,
mon Pleas Court has received ,,he New York.
highest possible honor to be be-
stowed upon a Scottish Rite Mason. AGENDA FOR ACTION—Series 2
Time: 8 p.m. Thursday.
At the 156th annual Supreme
Station: WDET-FM.
Council convocation held in Bos-
Feature: The second of an Amer-
ton Sept. 28, Judge Pernick was
given the high coveted honor of
being named to the 33rd and final
degree.
Judge Pernick has long been
identified in many civic and reli-
gious programs as indicated by his
involvement in Bnai Britt'. politi-
cal and union organizations and
John Fernald, director of the
the Detroit and Michigan Associa-
new John Fernald Co. of the Mea-
tions for the Deaf.
dow Brook Theater, will be guest
speaker at the second program of
the "Front Row Center" series • at
Center Theater
of the Jewish
Center, Wednes-
day, 8:30 p.m.
For 10 years
director of t h e
Royal Academy
TIME CERTIFICATE
of Dramatic Art
0/
in London. Eng-
/0
land, Fernald is
in
London,
Fernald
is
Fernald
professional the-
ater company and academy on the
campus of Oakland University. In
his talk at Center Theater, he will
explain his concept of the new
Interest When Held for
Meadowbrook Theater and school
Six Months
and will discuss his impressions of
May Be Automatically Renewed
the London theater today.
Issued in Amounts of
$1,000 or More
Coffee and an informal discus-
Interest Paid Monthly, Quarterly,
or at Maturity
sion will follow the program. There
is a charge for non-members for
admission to the Aaron DeRoy
Theater at the Jewish Center. For
information call the Center, DI
1-4200, ext. 40, or LI 4-8836.

Theater Director
to Speak Oct. 12
to Center Group

Enjoy 11Plus
the Higher Interest of
a Secure Bank Deposit

tie

ican Jewish Congress series re-
lated to civil rights and civil liber-
ties issues ,will be "Vietnam Pro-
tests: Dissent or Disloyalty," deal-
ing with the rights of legitimate
political dissent, the limitations im-
posed by national security and the
differences between legal and
illegal protests over U. S. foreign
policy in Vietnam. Participating in
the discussion will be Matthew J.
Troy, member of N. Y. City Coun-
cil, Prof. Charles Rice, Fordham
University Law School, and Mar-
vin M. Karpatkin, chairman, New
York Metro Council CLSA.
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "The Modern Hazan,"
with selections by Cantor Samuel
Dubrow of Temple Beth El, Cedar-
hurst, L. I. Cantor Harold Orbach
of Temple Israel Congregation will
comment on the selections and
their rendition.
* * *

HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: The series on "Human
Rights" will have a discussion of
the problems of intragroup rela-
tions and their solution in Israel as
compared with those in other coun-
tries. Discussants will be Dr. Rich-
ard C. Hertz, rabbi of Temple Beth
El and Judge Theodore Tannen-
wald.

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Professor of World Literature at the Technion in
Haifa. Formerly Professor at City College, N.Y.;

University of California; Northwestern U.; Ye-
shiva U.; Tel Aviv U. and Bar-Han U. in Israel.
Noted Author and Lecturer

Oneg Shabbat: Fri., Oct. 14 — 8:45 p.m.

"Growing Roots in Israel" — Admission $1.00

Institute Develops
Decreased Evaporation

RESHOVOT—A new method of
decreasing evaporation in open res-
ervoirs is being developed by Dr.
Israel Bursztyn of the Polymer re-
search department at the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science.

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Opening The Cultural Year 66-67

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Martin Bormann, Hitler's deputy
fuehrer, is safely hidden away in
a jungle outpost in Argentina, a
reporter declared in the television
special "Search for Vengeance,"
Sunday evening on Channel 4.
In interviews with persons who
assisted Bormann in his escape
from Berlin in 1945, the "March
of Time" reporter followed the
Nazi's path to a Parana River
jungle outpost called Eldorado on
the Paraguayan border.
There, a number of Germans
have made their home, some of
them fugitives from justice. Josef
IVIengele, the Auschwitz "selection
doctor," has been reported living
there openly, and, it was con-
chided, Bormann would not be far
away.
It was pointed out that the
Parana River marks the bound-
ary of three countries, one of
the reasons that ex.-Nazis head
straight for that area. At one
time they found haven in Brazil,
but since the political climate
has improved, the government
extradites criminals. Paraguay
does not.
Interpol, the agency that has
helped locate wanted men in for-
eign countries, linked the names
of Mengele and Bormann in Para-
guay. Although Bormann was
much higher in the ranks of the
Nazi elite, circumstances would
have thrown the two fugitives
together. Mengele has lived openly
in Paraguay. Now his brother em-
ploys him at his company, with
headquarers in Eldorado.
Talking to Germ-an settlers in
Eldorado, the reporter asked what
were the chances of agents locating
Bormann and getting him out of
the country for trial.
"No one talks of the Germans
who have come here since the
war," the settler said, "for fear
there will be reprisals. They're
safe here. They'll never be taken
out alive."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 7, 1966-9

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