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June 20, 1975 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Segal to Head Temple Beth El

JDL Leader
in SF Is Jailed

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
— Roger Paylow, the local
coordinator of the Jewish
Defense League, was sent-
enced to 30 days in jail last
week for violating probation
by staging a sit-in at the of-
fices of the Jewish Welfare
Federation April 3.

INDOOR OR
OUTDOOR
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Merton J. Segal was
elected president of Temple
Beth El at its 125th annual
meeting. Other officers are:
David K. Page and Marvin
Novick, vice presidents; and
Walter Shapero, treasurer.
Elected to the hoard of
trustees were: Mrs. Arthur
R. Bloom, Douglas Bloom,
Charles F. Colman, Marvin
Goldman, Lee J. Marks,
Leslie Rose and Fredrick
Simon.
B. L. Maas was elected
honorary trustee.

A member of the temple
for 22 years, Segal is a
past president of the Mar-
ried Group and was a tem-
ple trustee for many years
in various capacities and
as temple officer.

David Deitch after 6

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Bnai Brith Activities

Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit will hold a dele-
gates' meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Mrs. Rob-
ert Ellis is council presi-
dent. A coffee hour will fol-
low the meeting.
* * *

LOUIS MARSHAL
CHAPTER will have a

MERTON SEGAI.

numerous
professional
organizations as well as reli-
gious, educational and civic
institutions.

Council's Library
Adds Two Films

Two films have been
added to the Jewish Com-
munity Council's film li-
brary and are available for
community use.
"Night and Fog" is a clas-
sic film on the Holocaust,
produced by Alain Resnais.
In French with English sub-
titles, this film looks at life
in the concentration camps,
using actual film footage
shot during World War II.
In contrast, the film shows
the sites of the camps as
they are today.
"Boundaries Against
War," produced by the Is-
rael Task Force of the Na-
tional Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council,
is a newly released film
dealing with the political
and military situation in the
Middle East.
For information, contact
the Council office, 962-1880.

meeting noon Thursday at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Ted Weber, local plant spe-
cialist, will give a talk on
"From Seeds to Flowers."
Awards will be presented to
outstanding committees at
the paid-up membership.
luncheon. Prospective mem-
bers are invited.
* * *
AHAVA CHAPTER will
have a meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday at the home of
Debbie Weiss, 6816 Post
Oak, West Bloomfield.
There will be a surprise pro-
gram. Persons sponsoring a
new member at the meeting
will have free admission to
the next Ahava party. For
information, call Ms. Weiss,
626-6619.

* * *
TIKVAH LODGE will

hold its 28th annual instal-
lation champagne dinner-
dance 6:30 p.m. June 29 at
the Glen Oaks Golf and
Country Club, Farmington.
Officers to be installed are:
President, Herman Kazdan;
vice presidents, Warren
Kaufman, Stanley Seligman
and Charles Berman; secre-
taries, Marshall Fisher,
Mike Kasky and Art Sand-

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Jack Frank, Harry Horwitz,
William Utley, Sam Pollock,
Lou Kramer, Monte Meskin,
Robert Soper and Maury
Beckerman. Past president
Louis E. Barden will be the
installing officer. Greetings
will be given by David Bitt-
ker, president, Bnai Brith
Men's Council. For reserva-
tions, call Stanley Selig-
man, 342-5331

Israel Gets Funds
From W. Germany

BONN (JTA) — West
Germany will provide Isroel
with DM 140 million in capi-
tal aid for 1975 under an
agreement signed in Bonn
June 10.

The assistance, at the
same level as in previous
years, will be used to fi-
nance mainly housing and
telephone projects and the
Israel Industrial Develop-
ment Bank.

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OUTSTANDINGNALUES!

AJCongress Urges Scrutiny
of New Arab-Backed Bank

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
State Banking Department
has been urged by the
American Jewish Congress
to demand assurances of
non-discrimination on ac-
count of race, religion or
political considerations be-
fore granting a charter to a
new financial institution to
be known as the United
Bank, Arab and French,
New York.
In a letter to acting super-
intendent Ernest Kohn, the
AJCongress declared:
"Many Arab commercial
interests, expecially within
the financial community,
have publicly announced
their intention to carry out
the boycott objectives of the
Arab League.
"We believe it appropriate
that your commission, as a
precondition to the issuance
of a charter, receive assur-
ances that the business af-
fairs of this new banking in-
stitution will be conducted
fully in conformity with the
letter and spirit of our laws
and with the national policy
of this country as expressed
both in the statements of
our government and the en-
actments of our legisla-
ture."

'Friday, June 20, 1975 33

of California and Texas
Commerce Bancshares —
have reportedly applied to
the State Banking Corn-
mission for permission to
establish the new financial
institution, whose asso-
ciates would include more
than 20 Arab banks and
several from Europe.

An estimated 40 percent
of the bank's initial $25 mil-
lion capital will come from
Arab sources, according to
news reports. The United
Bank, Arab and French
(UBAF) currently operates
22 banks around the world,
the AJCongress said.
Meanwhile, Lehman
Brothers, a 120-year-old
Jewish investment banking
firm in New York, has only
one Lehman, John Robert
Lehman, remaining on the
board of the firm that bears
his name.

Among its many Arab-
related activities, the firm
acts as an adviser to Al-
geria's national oil com-
pany, is developing public
financing plans for this
Arab government and is
negotiating with Kuwait
for the construction of a
major industrial installa-
tion.

The firm recently opened
its first Middle East branch
office in Cairo and does not
appear on the Arab boycott
list.

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