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April 21, 1967 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-21

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36—Friday, April 21, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

United Israel Bond Reception Nets
Sales Totaling $25,000; 5 Groups Join

T

Israel Bond leadership reception hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Goldman in their home on Burton Ave., Oak Park,
where a total of $25,000 in Israel Bonds was subscribed (from left,
seated) Robert Lurie, national Jewish communal leader, guest
speaker: Mrs. Goldman and Mr. Goldman; (standing) Alex
Joseph, Max Fridman, Kune Greenbaum, Isaac Engel and Steve
Goldin. The reception was held in advance of the United Israel Bond
champagne dinner-dance, to be held at the Shaarey Zedek. Sponsor-
ing the champagne dinner-dance are five organizations, most of
whose members are survivors of the Nazi holocaust, including:
Shaarit Haplaytah, Zionist Revisionists, United Jewish Social Club,
Workmen's Circle, Branch 227 and Radomer Mutual Society of De-
troit. heading the program will be Col. Nachman Karni, Israel war
hero and foreign liaison director of Israel's Ministry of Defense,
and Jan and Lillian Bart who will sing the Yiddish version of
"Fiddler on the Roof." Eric Rosenow and his Continentals will
provide the music for the dancing. Black tie will be optional at the
affair. Goldin is chairman of the dinner-dance, to be preceded by a
cocktail reception. Fridman, Greenbaum and Engel are associate
dinner chairmen and Alex Joseph is chairman of the advance sales
committee. Not shown is A. A. Rosenfeld, an associate chairman.
For resers ations, call the Israel Bond office, DI 1-5707.

At the United

Capital for Israel Gains Support;
Plan May 16 In•estment Dinner

A spell) of more than 40 active cent as a result of the Israel Bond
Israel bond and other community and CFI financial provisions.
workers organized Tuesday eve- 1 Louis Levitan, manager of the
ning. at a dinner at Northland Israel Bond Organization in De-
Inn, tee spur activities here for troit, supported the appeal for
Capital for Israel, a subsidiary of CFI , explained further the back-
ing it has from the Israel govern-
Israel bonds.
Norman Allen, who hosted the ment and announced that Detroit-
dinner. teas named chairman of ers already invested 5200,000 in
the Detroit committee for CFI and the fund — $22.000 having been
arflifigeneent: were made to hold subscribed additionally Tuesday
a dinner at the Sheraton Cadillac, night.
Encouragement to the current
to explain the purposes
May
of CFI to a lasses audience. Guest CFI effort was given in brief re-
speaker at that dinner will be Ab- marks by Emma Schavers chair-
raham Avidar. Israel consul, for- man of the Israel Bond women's
mer 1,r:eel ambassador to the division.
Soviet Union.
Tuesday's dinner
Chairing
Simon Heads Finance
meeting, Phillip Stollman em-
Group of 2 Agencies
phasised that priority in Jewish
efforts for Israel must be given
Erwin S. Simon has been named
to the United Jewish Appeal. to head the joint finance commit-
Immediately next in line of
tee of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
Jewry's current duties, he de- tion and United Jewish Charities,
clared, is to provide the vitally Hyman Safran,
needed investment funds to as- Federation presi-
sure the establishment of Indus- , dent, and Louis
tries which will create the eco-
Tabashnik, UJC
nomic stamina necessary to end
president, an-
Israel's current economic crisis. flounced. Simon
Stollman declared that world is immediate past
Jewry is responsible for Israel's president of Unit-
security and its ability to provide ed Jewish Chari-
for the hundreds of thousands of ties and is treas-
new settlers, and he charged that urer of the Fed-
the complete obligation has L,t eration and serves
been fulfilled. Expressing confi- on its capital
dence that "we will never let Is- needs committee.
rael down," Stollman appealed for He serves on the
the continued interest in every ef- boards of Jewish
fort in Israel's behalf, with spe- Vocational Ser-
cial emphasis on Israel Bonds and vice and Sinai
the investment opportunities pro- Hospital and
vided by Capital for Israel. Michigan Welfare
As guest speaker, Sidney Lu- League and is
Simon
barr of the CFI staff explained chairman of the
that the new investment has the latter's public affairs committee.
backing of the Israel government,
Jews of Guatemala
that it will pay a 71/2 per cent an-
The Jewish Community of
nual stock dividend and that it
Will be supervised by Israel Bonds Guatemala, which dates back to
as a special subsidiary investment. the middle of the 19th Century,
The aim, he said, is to encourage now numbers some 1,200 persons,
the. capital
productivity in Israel which, a1-, most of whom.
ready has increased by 14 per city of Guatemala City.

NCJW Helps
Seek Relatives

Dr. B. Kerman to Wed
Miss Charlene Bernstein

Hails Emrich's Epistle

arles Rosenbaum, chair-
Mrs.
man of tlits-service to foreign born
com ttee of the Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, has released a list of names
of persons being sought here by
relatives and friends.
Most of those seeking relatives
are now living in Israel. They be-
lieve their kin to be living in the
Detroit area. Many of the names
were submitted to the NCJW by
the United Hias Service.
Further information may be ob-
tained at the Council's office at
6436 McNichols Road, Detroit, or
by calling Mrs. Rosenbaum, 341-
5542, Relatives sought are:

FRIEDA PRIZANT of Czechoslovakia.
seeks LANI, (first name unknown) from
Budapest; has sister. Viola Lani.
MOSHE PEVZNER, formerly of White
Russia. seeks JOSEPH KOPEL PEVZNER
from Betniczi, parent's name Ben Zion
and Reiza.
JECHIEL CHMURA, formerly of War-
saw, seeks POLO and BINEM ESTER-
ZON, formerly of Warsaw, parents'
name Nute and Zlata.
CAROL KNIPPEL seeks ABY GOLEN-
BERG, father's name Moshe Knippel.
RUSE KUKAWKA (nee Milwe). for-
merly of Poland, seeks Uncle MOZES
FAGEN, formerly of Poland, wife's name
Esther.
LEOPOLD VELA.V, formerly of Po-
tocna, seeks uncle, ISAK ENGLANDER.
formerly of Orlik, parents' name Lazar
and Dora.
JANET APPEL seeks cousin. SELNLA
PIETRUSCHKA or PETERS (nee Feld-
man). husband's name Nuchim, daughter,
Margot.
LAIUSA FISCHER. nee Zotta. seeks
Romania,
MARCEL DAVIDESCLI of
brother, Philip.
HELEN MAJEV (nee Wolnowtcz. seeks
SZYME NEUFELD, from Poland. brother
Jacob. sister Lola.
JANKIEL ROZIN of USSR seeks aunt.
FANIA BLEJCHMAN (nee Rozin). for-
merly of Poland, husband Fridel. son
Isaac.
LUBA LIEBERNLAN of Tashkent seeks
ABE and MARLASHA GERSON (nee
Zlatkin), father's name Lowa.
PERL ZAICZIK (Milman) seeks aunt.
CIPA LOIFMAN. of Ukraina. daughter
of Israel and GM.

The appointments of Mrs. SYL-
VIA C. ETTENBERG as associate
dean of the Teachers Institute-
Seminary College of Jewish Studies
of the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, and of Rabbi MORTON
LEIFSIAN as its dean of students
have been announced by Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, seminary chancellor.
Mrs. Ettenberg, who has served
since 1960 as the first woman
dean of students of Teachers Insti-
tute, was registrar of the college
from 1949 to 1959. Rabbi Leifman,
registrar of the Teachers Institute
since 1960, succeeds Mrs. Etten-
berg as chief administrative officer
dealing with the recruitment, ad-
mission and guidance of students.

LETTER BOX

Editor, The Jewish News:
Bishop Emrich's recently pub-
lished epistle to so-called Chris-
tians entitled "The Evil of Anti-
Semitism" was a breath of fresh
air in an otherwise church-polluted
atmosphere that has caused more
deaths and tragedies during the
last 2,000 years than "air pollu-
tion."

MISS CHARLENE BERNSTEIN

There will be "no peace on
earth nor good will towards man"
as long as the baritoned Barry-
mores of the pulpit continue their
teachings of hate, Deicide and the
crucifixion of Christ, thereby pol-
luting the minds of children that
never grow up.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Bernstein of
Windsor announce the engagement
of their daughter Charlene to Dr.
Brian Kerman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kerman of Evanston.
Miss Bernstein attended Wayne
State University. Dr. Kerman did
his undergraduate work at Loyola
University, Chicago. He is a grad-
uate of the Illinois College of Po-
diatry, where he was affiliated
with Kappa Tau Epsilon profes-
sional fraternity, and is interning
in Highland Park, Mich.
The marriage will take place
June 25 in Windsor.

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