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February 15, 1980 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-15

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Betty Rath, Alice Ross to Lead
Israel Bond Reinvestment Effort

Betty Rath and Alice Ross
have been chosen to head
Greater Metropolitan De-
troit's 1980 reinvestment
effort for State of Israel
Bonds. Mrs. Rath is the im-
mediate past president of
Pioneer Women, Greater
Detroit Council. Mrs. Ross
was president of that organ-
ization in 1975 and is a
member of Pioneer
Women's national board.
She was honored by De-
troit's Pioneer Women as
the 1976 "Israel Bond
Woman of the Year."

1980
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In announcing the ap-
pointments, David B.
Holtzman, Metropolitan
Detroit Israel Bond general
chairman, stressed the im-
portance of alerting holders
of matured Israel Bonds as
to the necessity of reinvest-
ing these bonds in Israel's
economy.
Mrs. Rath urged that hol-
ders of matured Israel
Bonds contact the local
Bond office as soon as possi-
ble. "Reinvestment of ma-
tured Israel Bonds benefits
everybody," she said. "Ma-
tured bonds no longer pay
interest to the bondholder;
so by reinvesting, holders of
Israel Bonds can resume re-
ceiving interest payments
while reaffirming their
faith in Israel's economic
growth."
The reinvestment cam-
paign chairmen have
called for the formation
of a volunteer committee
to reach the thousands of

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352-0520

MOVING?

BETTY RATH
owners of matured or
maturing Bonds. A kick-
off meeting of the com-
mittee will be held 10 a.m.
Feb. 26 at the Israel Bond
office.
For information, call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-2900.

Janitor Charged

A 39-year-old janitor at
Federation Apartments will
be arraigned next week in
Oakland County Circuit
Court on charges of sexually
assaulting a 75-year-old
woman resident of the
apartments in January.
Police said the- janitor,
who worked and lived at the
apartments since De-
cember, has been convicted
five times on charges of
burglary, auto theft and as-
sault. He escaped twice
from Jackson State Prison.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Carrier in Haifa

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
aircraft carrier Forrestal,
flagship of the U.S. Sixth
Fleet, arrived in Haifa
Wednesday for a five-day
"rest and recreation" visit.
She is accompanied by two
cruisers and a navy auxil-
iary ship.
The crews will be guests
of the Israel navy. The
American ships are not
open to the public.

Friday, February 15, 1980 25

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ORT Cites 3
from Michigan

NEW YORK — Dr.
William Haber, former
dean and chairman of the
Department of Economics
at the University of Michi-
gan, was one of three Michi-
gan residents honored last
month at the National Cen-
tennial Conference of the
American ORT Federation
in New York. The others
were David B. Hermelin
and Irving Nusbaum.
Dr. Haber, who was 'AOF
president from 1950 to
1975, was presented with
the ORT Centennial Award
"as the embodiment of the
spirit and the significance"
of the centennial, which is
being celebrated this year.
David Hermelin was
elected chairman of the Na-
tional Organization Com-
mittee, the national
policy-making body of
Men's ORT, and of its execu-
tive committee. He was also
re-elected vice president of
the American ORT Federa-
tion. Hermelin is past
president of Detroit Men's
ORT.
Irving Nusbaum was pre-
sented with the 1980 ORT
Man of the Year Award at
the Centennial Conference
"for his leadership of De-
troit Men's ORT and for his
outstanding activities in
support of ORT programs."
He is president of Detroit
Men's ORT and a member of
the National Organization
Committee.

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