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February 26, 1971 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-26

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Jerry Kazdan to Take
Pleat, for Israel Bonet Effort fill Mesirov as Bride

Prime Minister Goleta 'Melt
a.10-day pre-inaugural cam-
paign for Israel Bonds on Feb. 24
in a national telephone hook-up
prior to the opening of the 1971
drive in Miami Beach on March 6.
Some 100 Detroiters heard her mes-
sage-at the Israel Bond, office here
noon Wednesday.- -
The worldwide campaign for the
sale of $400,000,000 in Israel Bonds
will be inaugurated by President
Zalman Shazar of Israel, who will
be guest of honor at the three-day
international inaugural Israel Bond
conference, which begins Thurs-
day at the Fontainebleau Hotel.

that at the present time, Is-
rael is spending close to $5,0011,-
000 a day for defense, or a -total
et 84700,0410,000 for the year-
end about-!be times what Israel
spent-hi 1967, the year of the
Six-Day War. This amounts to
85 per cent of Israel's 'total tax
revenue, he said, leaving only a
very small portion for economic,
development.
He stated that the citizens of

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Israel are' the most heavily taxed
people in the world, pointing out
that an Israeli pays 82 per cent in
taxes and compulsory loans on
everything he earns above $900 a
month.
The telephone hook-up, which
linked 34 cities in the United
In order to proceed with a devel-
States and Canada in simultane-
dpment budget of more than
ous meetings attended by some
$546,000,000, he asserted, Israel
3,000 local Israel Bond leaders
must receive $400.000,000 from Is-
and volunteers, originated from
rael Bonds this year.
Miami and featured Mrs. Mar
Rothberg informed the listeners
and Finance Minister Pinches of the coast-to-coast telephone con-
Sapir, speaking from Jerusalem.
ference that they "must not lose
Sam Rothberg, general chairman,
any time in getting started."
and Leo Bernstein, executive vice
"On behalf of the National Offi-
president of the Israel Bond Or-
cers of the Israel Bond Organiza-
ganization, made strong pleas for tion,"
he said, "I urge you to
a successful launching of the Is- make the
next 10 days, days of
rael Bond campaign in 1971.
dedication — to demonstrate our
Mrs. Meir told the Israel Bond precedented support for Israel."
leaders- that President Sharer's
participation in the Miami confer-
ence points up the great signifi- Miss Blum, Dr. Silver
cance which Israel places on Israel
Bonds as a major source of invest- PlanningJune Wedding
ment capital.
Calling for the fullest measure of
Jewish involvement in the 1971
drive, Mrs. Meir said:
"You men and women are the
source of our strength and deter-
mination. We are with you and you
are with us—we are together. We
are together in the tension, the
joy and, above all, in the building
of Israel. As long as we stand to-
gether, the day will come when we
will speak to each other in the
knowledge that there is finally
peace in Israel as you and we want
it to be."
"We are welcoming new immi-
grants every day from all parts of
the world," she stated, "including
Jews from parts of the world where
they are putting up a struggle for
this basic right to emigrate to Is-
MISS DEBORAH BLUM
rael." She paid tribute to these
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blum of West-
men and women. "We stand in
awe of their heroism and their de- hampton Ave., Oak Park, announce
termination," the prime minister the engagement of .their daughter
said. "They are winning their Deborah Lenora to Dr. Paul Sil-
struggle—with a lot of misery, with ver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sil-
a lot of pain, with a lot of suffer- ver of Briar Dr., Oak Park.
Miss Blum is a senior in educa-
ing. Yet they do not bend, they are
not scared and they keep coming tion at Wayne State University.
to Israel."
Her fiance holds a- bachelor of
Finance Minister Sapir report- science and biology from the Uni-
versity of Missouri, Kansas City.
received his MD degree from
Beverly Katanick to Be He
the Ohio College of Podiatric
Medicine.
Bride of David Kikoler A June wedding date has been
set.

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• MISS BEVERLY KATANICK

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Katanick

of Dante Ave., Oak Park,-''an-
nounce the engagement of their
daugther Beverly Elaine to David
Jonathan Kikoler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sigmund Kikoler of Hubbell
Ave.
Miss Katanick is a senior in the
college of education at Wayne
State University. Mr. Kikoler is
working on his masters degtne in.
–ocapational a n d environment
health at WSU.
An August wedding is planned.

U.S. Bond Drive
Launched Here

:1,,W3:

Anthropologist Delivers
Welcome n n Lectures

REHOVOT — 'The Weizmann
Memorial Lectures in the Sciences,
the 15th to be given in Rehovot
under auspices of the Weizmann
Institute and Yad Chaim
Weizmann, were delivered for the
first time by a celebrated anthro=
pologist, Prof. SherwoOd L. Wash-
burn, chairman of the department
of anthropology at the University of
California.
Prof. Washburn, whose predeces-
sors as Weizmann lecturers were
mathematicians, physicists, chem-

For All
Occasions

ists and biologists, is himself a
specialist in human evolution.

Complete
Home Catering

MISS JILL MESIROV

Mr. and Mrs. Leon I. Mesirov of
Philadelphia announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Jill P. to
Jerry L. Kazdan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Kazdan of Kensing-
ton Ct., Souhtfield.
Miss Mesirov was graduated from
the University of Pennsylvania and
is pursuing graduate studies at
Brandeis University.
Dr. Kazden was graduated from
Rensselaer Polytechnic - Institute
and received his doctorate from
New York University.
A spring wedding is planned.

Vaad Asks Support

of Community for
Annual Banquet

David J. Cohen, chairman of the
Merkaz; Rabbi Leizer Levin, pres-
ident of the Vaad Harabonim-
Council of Orthodox Rabbis; and
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner, executive
director of the Vaad, announce
that Orthodox and Conservative
congregations in the metropolitan
area, will be rep-
resented at the
annual banquet
6:30 p.m. March
7 at Cobo
Rabbi Levin
has issued an ap-
peal to all mem-
bers oftheJewish
community to
support the Vaad
Harabonim in its
work to "strength-
Rabbi Levin
en Jewish values
and work toward the intensifica-
tion of Jewish life that has been
our continuous task."
"It is because of the Vaad Hare-
bonim," said Rabbi Levin, "that
we have the good fortune to live in
a city that has been able to boast
of some order and control in the
field of kashrut. The existence of
a unified orthodox rabbinate that
works together to set and maintain
kashrut _standards satisfactory to
all has prevented the chaos found
in other cities."
Hyman Safran will serve as the
general chairman of the 33rd an-
;mai banquet. Julius Rotenberg is
honorary chairman; Morris Karbal
and Leonard E. Baron are co-
chairmen.

More than 200 prominent in-
dustrialisbi, bankers, labor leaders,
and treasury volunteers from
Wayne, Oakland and Macomb
Irwin I. Cohn is chairman of the
counties met Thursday noon, at
the Detroit lElton Hotel, to launch patrons and sponsors; assisted by
the 1971 Metropolitan Detroit Take- Sol Nusbaum, co-chairman; Max
Stock-in-America • Savings Bonds Biber, David J. Cohen, Kenneth
Fischer, David Pollack and Nathan
Soberman. Rubin Grevnin and Max.
Host it the luncheon meeting Goldsmith are ticket chairmen.
was William V. Luneburg, presi-
Rabbi Bernard Poupko, guest
dent of American Motors Corp.,
who was named chairman of the speaker of the evening, is president
of
the Religious Zionists of Ameri-
Metropolitan Detroit campaign by
ca — Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi
the secretary of the treasury.
and rabbi of Shaare Torah Congre-
Principal speaker was B. R. Dor- gation, Pittsburgh.
sey, president of Gulf Oil Corp.,
who is general chairman of the
1971 U.S. Industrial Payroll Sav- Camp Tamakawa Sets --
ings Committee, of which Lune- Reunion This Weekend
burg is a member.
Lou Handler, director of Camp
.Basic objective of the tri-county Tamakawa, is celebrating his 35th
campaigivis to step up piirchases year of camping this summer with
of U.S. savings bonds via the pay- a reunion of former and prospec-
roll savings plan. Treasury officials tive campers 3-5 p.m. Sunday at
hope the intensive promation will Temple Emanu-El.
result in enrollment of at least
Staffers Esta and Mike Kraft
85.000 persons as new payroll sav- and Kal Bandalene, camp director,
ings plan participants or for addi- will show movies and slides of last
tional bond allotments.
year's program.

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