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October 09, 1970 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-09

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20—Friday, October 9, 1970

Flint News

Maura Elford Bride
of David M. Levine


Art Will Be Sold
at Auction Prices
at Sisterhood Event

The Sisterhood of Beth Israel
Synagogue will hold its second an-
nual Art Auction Sale Oct. 18 at
the synagogue. There will be a
champagne preview from 5:30
p.m., and the auction will com-
mence at 7:30.
Proceeds will assist sisterhood
projects, according to co-chairmen
Mrs. Aaron Weston and Mrs. Mor-
rie Yoting. Among the 130 works
by such artists as Chagall, Picas-
so, Renoir, Miro and Dali, will be
lithographs, oils, etchings and
. A painting will be given Is a
Assisting the cha irmen are
Mesdames Leonard Bragrnan, Ted
Vinacow, Melvyn Wolf, Harvey
Shaprow, Mason Himelhoch, Ed-
win Vater, Allan Silverton, Milton
Rosenbaum, Milton Siegel, Murray
Moss, Bernard Harris, Isadore
Sugarman, Alfred Klein, Arnold
Hartz, Bern a r d Sloan, Harry
Binder and Charles Danto.

'Maura Anne Elford and David
M. Levine were recently married
in a candlelight ceremony at Cong.
Beth Israel. Rabbi Hillel Millgram
and Cantor Abraham Ranani of-
Parents of the couple are Dr.
and Mrs. Harvey L. Elford of
Miller Rd. and Mrs. Harry Paull
of Southfield and the late Samuel
Howard Gutowitz, son of Dr
The bride wore a gown of silk and Mrs. Edwin Gutowitz, will be
to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
satin in a Victorian style. The bell
sleeves, neckline and veil were va Oct. 17 at Temple Beth El.
trimmed in embroidered flowers
of peau d'ange lace. She carried
a bouquet of natural eucalyptus
and long-stemmed pink and green
fugi mums.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Riskin of
Attending the bride were her
St, Flint, announce the
sister, Mrs. Ronald Lux of Min- Mallery
engagement of their daughter,
neapolis, and the bridegroom's Marleen J., to David L. Helfman,
sister, Mrs. Allah Silverman, of son of Mrs. Rosalind Hellman, of
Crooks Rd., Royal Oak. They plan
Richard Davis of Mount Clem- to
marry in early April
ens was best man. Ushers were


Bar Mitzva


Ronald Lux and Melvin Parto-
The wedding party also included
the bride's grandparents, Mrs.
Morris Elford of Detroit and Louis
Feinberg of Arizona.
After a honeymoon in Mexico,
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Levine
are living in Houston, where Mr
Levine is a law student.


Oct. 10—Yom Kippur
11—Council Tween Bowling
Program, 2:30 p.m., Town
and Country Lanes
12—Hadassah Board Meeting,
12:30 p.m.
12—Council Athletic Awards
Program, 7 p.m., Far-
13—Temple Beth El Sister-
hood Luncheon, 12:30
13—Bnai Brith Women Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m., home
of Mrs. Sam Gutterman

Joy Brought to Lapeer

'Mrs. Esther Harris, chairman
of the Flint Jewish Community

Council's Lapeer visiting commit-
tee, conducted a holiday program

at the Lapeer State Home, ac-
companied by Mesdames Bernice
Mittleman, Irene Bernard, Eva
Fisher and Esther Leavitt. Mrs.
Eva Hourvitz donated cakes for
the party.
Members of Jewish War Veter-
ans Auxiliary also visited the La-
peer State Home. Mesdames
Jerome Yale, Joseph Kalmar and
Ira Scho presented four walkers
to the staff on behalf of JWVA.
Some 98 patients were given re-
freshments and gifts.

Athletic Awards Banquet
Carl Rittman, youth adiiiser, an-
nounces the athletic awards event
for all basketball and baseball
players on Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council teams will be held
7 p.m., Monday, at Farrell's, 6706

No Decision Made
by U.S. on Specific
Credits to Israel

State Department source said Mon-
day that the United States govern-
ment has not reached a decision
on the granting of credits in any

specific amount

to Israel although

it has a program of grants under
The State Department was ques-
tioned by the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency in connection with reports
from Jerusalem that the U.S. has
granted Israel easy long-term
credit in the amount of 8450,000,-
000 for the current fiscal year.
Stories dealing with the loan
were carried by Israeli newspapers
Haaretz and Dever and by the


The State Department source
said the ;450,000,000 figure was
understood to be in the general
range of the assistance being

He said, "We have never quar-
reled with that figure." But he de-
clined to comment on a report
from Jerusalem that the sum is
part of a $1,000,000,000 credit ap-
plied for by Israel for the next
two fiscal years.
The source said that Israel's re-
quest for financial credits was
made at the time of Premier Golda
Meir's visit to Washington last
month. According to the reports
from Jerusalem, the 8450,000,000
is earmarked mainly for Israeli
The truest sayings are pars- defense purchases in the United

Michelmore's 'Solution'
to Refugee Problem
2 Years Late, Israelis Say

The Israeli Mission reemphasized
Tuesday that Foreign Minister Ab-
ba Eban had proposed an inter-
national conference on the refugee
problem two years ago but that
"the Arab states have rejected
this proposal."

The statement came in re-
sponse to a Sept. 30 report to
Secretary General U Thant by
Laurence Michelmore, commis-
sioner general of the United
Nations Relief and Works Agen-
cy for Palestine Refugees in the
Near East (UNRWA.)
Michelmore, who is supervising

relief operations in Jordan, noted
that "In the Jericho area there
are thousands of empty shelters,
together with schools, health cen-
ters, food distribution centers and
other installations, which are un-
He said that "If Palestine refu-
gees who moved to the East Bank
in 1967 could return to their
homes, as called for by the Gen-
eral Assembly and Security Coun-
cil in numerous resolutions, the
situation on the east bank would be
greatly eased and the humani-
tarian distress dramatically re-

Every art purporting to repre-
sent involves a process of reduc-
tion. The painter reduces form to
the two dimensions of his canvas;
the sculptor reduces every move-
ment, potential or portrayed, to
immobility.—Andre Malraux.

Abe Krissoff Is Elected President
of the Grand Rapids Jewish Fund

president of

The Jewish Community Fund of elected first vice
the International Board of Aleph
Grand Rapids announces the elec-
Zadik Aleph (AZA), Bnai
Lion of Abe Krissoff as president.
Other officers are Sol Bach and Brith.
Harold Heller, vice presidents;
Simon Rosenbaum, treasurer; Mrs.
Cong. Ahavas Israel is forming
Isaac Winick, recording secretary; a Tuesday evening discussion
and Mrs. William Deutsch, execu- group for the month of November,
at which participants will discuss
tive secretary.
On the board of directors are "What Is an Inner Life?" Jewish
Hyman Berkowitz, Lester Berman, mysticism, Hasidism and the Ka-
Abe Drasin, Eugene Eppinger, bala will be discussed. The first
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Glaser, Arthur meeting will take place 8 p.m. Nov.
Silverstein, Mrs. Leo Soloman, Sol 3 in the synagogue. All are Invited.
Swiss, Mrs. Harold Heller, Benja-
* * *
min Kleiman, Morris Kleiman, Sam
Philip Greenberg, 22-year-old son
Kravitz, Leonard Newman, Sey-
mour Rapaport. Dr. Leonard of Mr. and Mrs. II. Greenberg of
Rosenzweig, Leonard Singer and Detroit, has been named concert-
master of the Grand Rapids Sym-
Jerome Subar.
phony Orchestra. He also accepted

position of assistant professor
Temple Emanuel Sisterhood will
hold its opening session 12:30 p.m. of music at Olivet College, where
Wednesday at the temple. Follow- he will teach music theory and
ing luncheon, Mrs. Vera Armitage, violin and conduct the orchestra.
chief probation officer of the Grand A former student of Jack Boesen
Rapids District Court and a for- of the Detroit Symphony, he travel-
mer policewoman, will discuss ed extensively with conductor,
"Using Volunteers in the Proba- composer Henry Mancini and now
will continue his studies at Indiana
tion of Adults."
University. Greenberg is the grand-
• *
The religious school of Temple son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Schoichit
Emanuel is offering a college- of Detroit.
level course in modern Hebrew,
There may be said to be two
taught by Sue Konicov and Rabbi
Eisenberg, 5-6 p.m. Monday and classes of people in the world,
Wednesday, beginning Oct 19 and which remain forever distinct:
continuing until May. The fee in- those who consider things in the
cludes all materials, books and abstract, or with a reference to
truth, and those who consider
* * *
them only with a reference to
Mitch Kahn, son of Mr. and themselves, or to the main chance.
Mrs. Shelly Kahn, was recently

Now bonus interest rate
on U.S. Savings Bonds

Now all U. S. Savings Bonds pay
ity, will be increased by 1/2%
5% interest, PLUS a 1/2% bonus
for semiannual interest periods
when held to maturity. This over-
beginning on or after June 1,
all 51/2% interest payment means
1970. For E Bonds, the increase
that now you get a little bit more
will be payable at maturity; for
H Bonds, through larger Semi-
money for your money.
Technically, here's how the
annual interest checks for their
bonus works:
last 5 years.
1. The bonus interest rate applies 3. For-Bonds now in their exten-
sion period, yields will be in-
to all new Bonds purchased since
June 1, 1970, raising their rate
creased by approximately 1/2%
to next maturity, whenever re-
from 5% to 51/2% when held to
maturity. Series E Bonds, whose
maturity remains at 5 years 10 4 Finally, all Bonds maturing on
or after June 1, 1970 while the
months, with a first-year rate of
4%, will have the 1/2% increase
bonus is in effect, will receive a
added as a bonus at maturity.
51/2% yield until next maturity.
Series H Bonds, with a 10-year
Now, more than ever, it's to
maturity and first-year rate of
your advantage to buy U. S.
41/2%, will receive the bonus in
Savings Bonds and hold them
the formof increasedsemiarmual
to maturity or beyond.
interestchecks for -
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their last 5 years,
ings Bonds through
to yield an aver-
the Payroll Savings
age 51/2% for the
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10-year period.
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prior to matur-
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