Eileen Solomon's Troth
to Herbert Rosen Told
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
activities in Society
Nu Chapter of Iota Alpha Pi Sorority at Wayne State University
announces the pledge class of fall 1966 includes Estelle Bloom, INIarla
Goodman, Barbara Moscow, Lynn Parker, Brenda Stern and Sheila
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Weiss and family have moved from
20058 Stansbury to their new home at 14220 LaBelle, Oak Park.
Tracy Freeman of East Jefferson Ave. spent 10 days at the Nassau
Beach Hotel in the Bahamas recently.
Friday, November 11, 1966-23
Investment Programs Making Gains
Here Through Capital for Israel
MISS EILEEN SOLOMON
At a recent dinner party in the
Statler Hilton Hotel, Mr. and l'qrs.
Cy Solomon of W. Nine Mile Rd.,
Oak Park, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter Eileen Ann
to Herbert Ronald Rosen, son of
Mrs. Bernice Rosen of Corning
Ave., Oak Park.
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Israel's need for American in- trators will be further emboldened.
vested dollars Nvas stressed by "Israel, therefore may, or may not,
Meir Sherman, Tel Aviv attorney be drawn into retaliation," he said.
who was a member of the Israel He charged that "the United Na-
provisional government in 1948, at tions cards are stacked against us
a dinner of Capital for Israel spon- —and there is always the danger
sors, at the Sheraton Cadillac, Nov. of the Russian veto." He said the
real danger is that the Russians
Joseph Holtzman presided at the are having a wonderful time."
dinner, Louis Levitan reported on
He deplored the need to divert
progress in enlisting Detroit inves- funds for defense in his description
tors, and Rabbi Leon Fram gave of the current mitun—the economic
recession in Israel which he de-
Levitan reported at the end of scribed as evolutionary. He en-
the dinner meeting that the group dorsed the present Israel govern-
of 120 in attendance had initiated ment economic policy, and he ex-
the local Capital for Israel program pressed the hope that it will hasten
Israel's economic independence.
with an investment of $175,000.
Pointing to the drop in Israel's
Morris Berinstein of Rochester,
who also was to have addressed the income because of the end of Ger-
dinner, was grounded during his man reparations and a decline in
flight due to the rough weather U. S. aid, Sherman said: "We need
that day and was prevented from an inflow of capital which has
shrunk, and we therefore turn to
Sherman referred to the current world Jewry. There is need for
Israel crisis by declaring that equity capital and there is no
Syria is engaging in 'a provocative choice for Israel but to turn again
war,” and he stated that if there is to Jewry for help."
He described the Capital for Is-
no counter action the Arab infil-
rael investment as part of the In-
dustrial Development Bank of Is-
rael program as "a sound and safe
investment" bringing a 7.5 per
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A radio commercial for Bal-
lantine beer was withdrawn from
the air this week after a protest
by the American Jewish Congress
objecting to its tone and content
as offensive to Jews.
The objectional commercial was
broadcast during late evening
hours over YLLB-FM here.
Richard Cohen, assistant execu-
tive director of the Congress,
heard the commercial and wrote
to John E. Farrell, president of
P. Ballantine & Sons, protesting
the advertisement's tone.
The American Jewish Congress
protest noted that in the ad-
vertisement "a comedian named
George Kirby told a 'funny' story
about Jewish players on a foot-
ball team who schemed to call
signals in Yiddish so that the op-
ponent, Notre Dame, wouldn't
understand—only to receive the
rejoinder from a Notre Dame
player that he, too, was Jewish
and understood Yiddish."
The AJCongress protest said lis-
eners were "deeply offended by
the mocking tone of the strong
Yiddish accent employed by the
`comedian'—the kind of thing Kir-
by would certainly object to if Bal-
lantine Beer had a commercial
where Negro football players were
to talk to each other in Uncle Re-
mus terms of `Yassuh boss' and
Branch 7 LZOA to Meet
Branch Seven, Labor Zionist Or-
ganization, will meet Sunday fol-
lowing the 8:15 p.m. lecture by
Maurice Samuel, at the Jewish
Center, Room 272.
A brief business meeting will be
followed by a social hour.
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Rabbi EDWARD T. SANDROW
of Temple Beth El, Cedarhurst,
L.I., member of the commission
on Jewish chaplaincy of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, has
been designated by the Depart-
ment of Defense to conduct a re-
ligious retreat for all Jewish chap-
lains stationed in the Far East to
to be held in Tokyo Nov. 14-18.
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