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September 11, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-11

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Young Israel Bond Effort Begins

Dr. Arieh Plotkin, who served as
an intelligence officer in the Israel
Defense Forces, will be guest
speaker at the combined Young
Israels pre-High Holy Day leader-
ship reception dinner 7 p.m. Sept.
21 at Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Participating -'
are the Young
Israels of Green-
field, Oak-Woods
and Northwest.
Dr. Plotkin re-4
ceived his 'PhD':
degree from
Princeton Univer-
sity, where he
was the first Is-
raeli to be admit-
to the Woodrow
Wilson School of
Public Affairs. ,
He was a mem
ber of the faculty • - A
at Princeton.
Plotkin
The 27 sponsors of this affair
on behalf of Israel Bonds -are as
follows:

1111arria Baxter to

11 e(1
Rappaport
11r. Lynn

Friday, September 11, 1970-31

1st U.S. Bank Opens Branch in Israel

second annual Israel Bond ment officials, will be guest
medical division dinner.dance, speaker.
TEL AVIV — David Horowitz, fidence in Israel's economy. Your
to be held Nov. 18 at Cong.
The reception is in honor of
Shaarey Zedek.
Joseph, Mendel and Simon Shit- governor of the Bank of Israel, to- bank will, I am sure, contribute
t o the
to the
National
American-
Dr. Simmons received his BSc man, Bnai David men of the year. gether with the Exchange
Israel
much
relations and
and

degree from the
University of
Michigan and his
MD from the
University of Ma-
Medical
drid
School. He is a

member of Phi

Delta Epsil-in
Medical Frater-
nity and has been
active in the
medical division Dr. Simmons
Bond effort since its initiation.

Norman to Head
Tri-City Bond Fete

The Tri-City Committee for the
State of Israel Bonds will sponsor
an Israel 22nd anniversary dinner
6:30 p.m. Sept. 27 at the Bay City
David I. Berris, Morris I3erris, Her-
Country Club. Dr. Milton J. Miller.
man K. Cohen, David Dombey, Milton
general chairman of the Tri- i y
Duchan. Meyer Eisenberg, David Feld-
stein. Morris FWD, Joseph Gittleman,
area
State of Israel Bonds, an-
Herman Goldenberg, Rabbi James I.
nounced. The dinner also will
Gordon, Rabbi Ernest Greenfield, Isaac
Knoppow, Leslie Krakovits, Sol Less-
celebrate
the 20th anniversary of
man, Dr. Charles Levi, Sam Novelsky,
Harold Platt, Rabbi Samuel H. Prem.
the Israel Bond campaign.
Abe Selesny, Dr. Morris Shoskes, Rabbi
Joshua S. Sperka, Max Stotlman. Phil-
Lew Not- man will head the pro-
lip Stoliman. lien Weinstock, Harry
gram.
Yaffe and Dr. Milton Superstine.
A veteran of
Phillip Stollman is Israel Bond
congregational and nigh Holy Day the Yiddish Art
Theater,
Norman
chairman.
won the Show
Business maga-
Medical Group Spurs
zine Achievement
for his
Efforts for Campaign Award
performance in
The initial meeting of the Israel the role of "Riff"
Bond medical division campaign in the Yiddish
committee will be held 8:30 p.m. version of "Death
Tuesday at the
of a Salesman."
home of Dr. and
He has also act-
Mrs. William M.
ed at the Mans-
Stoler, 1319 Char-
field and Zie-
rington, Birming-
field Theaters in
ham.
Norman
New York.
Louis E. Levi-
For information and reserva-
tan, Detroit Is-
tions, call one of the following:
rael Bond direc-
Bay City, Dr. Milton J. Miller, 414
tor, who just re-
Center; or S a g i n a w, Robert
turned from the
Meisel, 795 Somerset.
. .
World Israel
Dr. Stoler
Bond Conference
in Jerusalem, will discuss Israel's 21 Sponsor Reception
present situation. An added attrac- Honoring Shiffmans
tion will be the showing of the
Twenty-one sponsors are hosting
NBC movie depicting Israel's Air
the Bnai David leadership recer-
Force.
tion 7 p.m. Monday in the Casino
Dr. Stoler, a native Detroiter, Room of the Sheraton-Cadillac
is a graduate of Wayne State Hotel.
University's college of pharmacy
Daniel Pinkas, Israeli journalist
and of the Des Moines Osteo-
pathic College. He has taken a and publicist, who has served as
prominent part in the Israel Bond public relations adviser to David
Ben-Gurion and other top govern-
Drive and Allied Jewish Cam-
paign. He is a vice president of
Cong. Beth Achim.
Govt. to Buy 2,700 Acres

Dr. Milton Simmons has been
named ticket chairman of the

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

It is on behalf of Israel Bonds.
The sponsors include:

Dr. Maier Belen, Morris J. Brand-
wine. Peter Chodoroff, Henry Cohen.
Hyman Cohen. Louis Cooper Norman
Cottler, Harry Koltonosy. Jack Kraix-
man, Lew Kruger. Louis Kuzin, Jack
Lieberman. Mike Must. Charles Shore.
Aaron Shifman, Dr. Maurice M. Slime,
man, Harold Soble, Max Sosin. Sam
Stoller, Gen. William Weinstein and
Jack Wolfe.

The leadership reception is in
advance of the Shifman testi-
monial dinner, to be held 6:30
p.m. Sept. 23 at Bnai David.
featuring Joey Adams, former
president of the American Guild

of Variety Artists as guest star.
Adams has achieved fame as
humorist and raconteur, starring
on leading TV and radio shows, in
night clubs, Broadway productions
and a number of films.
For reservations to the dinner,
call the synagogue, EL 6-8210, or
the Israel Bond office, 352-6770.

Henny Youngman
Due at Bnai Moshe

!fenny Youngman, the original
"one-line" comedian who has been
featured on the
leading television
and radio pro
grams, will per
form at the Cong..
Bnai Moshe Is-
rael 22nd anni- .
versary dinner
6:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in the social
hall of the syna-
gogue.
Dinner chair-
man is Charles
Ruben, with Ab
raham Pasternak ?;,,
Youngman
as co-chairman.
I. William Sherr will be the toast-
master at the dinner on behalf of
Israel Bonds. Rabbi Moses Lehr-
man will voice the tribute to Is
rael, and Cantor Louis Klein will
render a musical salute. Ben Kahn
is ticket chairman.

Bank
ank chairman of the board, on strengthening
Sept. 3 cut the ribbon signaling the United States."
official opening of the first branch
of a • foreign bank in Israel since
the founding of the state.
On the occasion of the opening
of Exchange National Bank of Chi-
cago's branch here, Israel Prime
Minister Golda Meir, in a message
to the hank president, Samuel Sax,
said, "Your bank's vision and
courage will set an example for
others to come and share with us
the building and development of
this country.
"The decision to expand your
operations to Israel at this very
time is 'an affirmation of your con-
-
- •

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JERUSALEM (JTA)—The gov-
ernment has announced that it will
expropriate about 2,700 acres of
land in Jerusalem for 'development
purposes and promised "liberal
compensation" to the present own-
ers.
Most of the area concerned lies
in the former 'Jordanian sector of
Jerusalem and is sparsely in-
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some 350 Jewish and 20 Arab fami-
lies in the zone which has been
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velopment project. The major part
of the expropriated land will be
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parks.

RABBI MILTON ROSENBAUM
of Temple Emanu-El will repre-
sent the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion at the general assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds in Kansas City
Nov. 15-17, Alan E. Schwartz, Fed-
MISS MARCIA BAXTER
eration president, announced. Rab-
bi Rosenbaum was nominated by
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baxter of the rabbinical ecnimission of the
Parklawn Ave., Oak Park, an- Jewish Community Council and
nounce the engagement of their appointed by the Federation to
daughter Marcia to Lynn D. Rap- attend the meeting. Ile has been
paport, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor- active in Federation and its mem-
ville R. Rappaport of Kipling Ave., ber agencies and in 1970 was
Oak Park.
associate chairman of the religion
Both attend Wayne State Univer- section of the Allied Jewish Cam-
sity. A March wedding is planned. paign-Israel Emergency Fund.

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