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March 21, 1975 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-21

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22 Friday, March 21, 1975

OPEN SUNDAY, 12 to 5PM

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

$900,000 Raised at 3 Events
on Behalf of Israel Bonds

offers you unprecedented pre-season
savings at

SPRING
SUMMER

SUITS
SPORTCOATS
SLACKS

This is a first for Block's! NeVer before has
the newest clothing been on sale -in ad-
vance of the season . .. and at such a sub-
stantial reduction! Take advantage of this
unusual opportunity to save.

In the top photo, National Bank of Southfield offi-
cers Ed LeFevre, left, and Bill Henry present a $25,000
check for purchase of Israel Bonds to Arnold and Nor-
man Michlin. At right is Joseph Feldman, a director of
NBS. The Michlins were honored last week at an Israel
Bond dinner sponsored by Detroit Louis Marshall Sub-
urban Lodge, and $96,000 in Israel Bonds were pur-
chased.
In the center photo,'LeFevre, left, and Henry, right,
are shown presenting a $25,000 check to Irving Siegel at
the Oakland Century Lodge Bnai Brith dinner honoring
Siegel. More than $137,000 in Israel Bonds were raised.
. In the bottom photo, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Charlupski
receive the Ben-Gurion Award "for devoted leadership"
at Einstein Lodge and Chapter's dinner honoring Char-
lupski's 60th birthday and the 25th anniversary of Israel
Bonds. Shown presenting the award is guest speaker
Jacques Torczyner, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dorfman.
More than $675,000 for Israel Bonds were raised.

Commonwealth's Head to Visit M.E.

Arthur F. Snyder, the
president of Bank of Com-
monwealth, will go to the
Middle East next month to
look for ways tp do business
with the Arabs.
Snyder, in an attempt to
make Commonwealth an
important force in interna- 4
tional trade, will meet lead-
ing Arab bankers and busi-
nessmen.
Ghaith R. Pharaon, the
Saudi Arabian businessmen
who became the bank's larg-
est stockholder in February,
will accompany Snyder dur-

Jews, Gentiles
Join to Celebrate

CLOTHES

Orchard Lake ROad • 1/2 block north of Maple Road • Phone: 851-9080

Open daily 10 to 6 p.m. • Thursday-Friday till 9 p.m.
Satuiday till 6 p.m. • Sun. 12 to 5 p:-m.

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Synagogue Council of
America joined with the
United States Catholic Con-
ference and the National
Council of Churches in a call
to synagogues and churches
to participate in the second
annual observance of Farm
Workers Week, May 4-10.
The National • Farm
Worker Ministry said 10,000
churches and synagogues in
150 cities were expected to
join in services and special
events focussed on the needs
of America's two million
seasonal and migrant farm
workers.

ing part of the trip. Accord-
ing to Snyder, Pharaon's
investment would give Com-
monwealth a great opportu-
nity to become a commer-
cial "catalyst" by bringing
together businessmen of the
Middle East and the Ameri-
can Midwest.
Pharaon still has no offi-
cial standing with the bank
since his stock purchase
hasn't received final ap-
proval from the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corp.,
which controls the bank. It
seems certain, ' however,
that the deal will be ap-
proved by June 1.

Saxony Hotel
to Have Seders ;---\

MIAMI BEACH —
• Saxony Hotel and Apart-
ments, 3201 Collins, will
have Passover seders and
will remain open year-
round. Rabbi Moishe Weiss
and Cantor Joseph Handler,
both of New York, will offi-
ciate at the seders.
For the first time, the
hotel will also have a com-
plete summer schedule in-
cluding a tennis club, ca-
bana club and teen area.
For reservations, call the
hotel toll-free, 1-800-
327-8169.

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