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October 09, 1959 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-09

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Prof Chaim Pekeris, -head of
the applied mathematics depart-
ment at the Weizmann Institute
of Science, offers a graphic
example of the global interest
in Israeli science. -
. This month, Dr.. Pekeris be-
gan the first leg of a tour that
will take him around the world,
as he arrived in. Copenhagen to
spend a month at the Denmrk
University Institute for Theore-
tical Physics.
. .
. The Institute _ is _ headed by
Nobel Prize-winner Niels Bohr,
who himself is an honorary
fellow and governor of the
Weizmann Institute.
In mid-October, Dr. Pekeris
will come to the United States
to spend a week each at Colum-
bia University and the Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology,
both of which he was connected
with before settling in Rehovoth
in 1948.
The main purpose of his trip
here is to deliver a lecture at
the dedication exercises of the
new Institute- of Geophysics at
the University of California at
Los angeles.
While in California, he will
also lecture at Dr. Edward
Teller's . laboratory at Liver-
more, near San Francisco.
The Weizmann Institute scien-
tist will complete his travels
with a trip. through various
countries in Asia early in No-
vember. His firSt stop in the,
Orierit will be as the guest of
prof. C. Tsuboi at the Geophysi-
dal, Institute of Tokyo Univer-
sity.,
From there, he will visit for
a week in Hong Kong; will be
the guest of Prof. Homi J.
Bhabha, of the Tata Institute
in Bombay; and will return to
R-ehovoth in December.

Israeli Wins Art Award

:SAO PAULO, (JTA)—Moshe
Castel, one of Israel's leading
painters, whose works are on
view at the fifth Sao Paulo Bi-
ennial of Modern Arts, received
the Banco de Estado de Sao
P6ulo Acquisition-prize of 100,-
000 cruzeiros ($600).

EMORIALS

in the Jewish
tradition by

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MEMORIALS

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Monument
Unveilings

(Unveiling announcements may
be 'inserted by mailing or by call-
ing The Jewish News office, VE.
8-9364. Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the insertion. There is a standard
charge of $2.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in
depth.)

*
The family . of the late Wil
liam Cutler announces the un-
veiling of a monument in his
memory at 10:30 a.m., Sunday,
Oct. 11, at Hebrew Memorial
Park Cemetery. Rabbi Prero
will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

CJC's 12th Plenary Set
for 40th Anniversary

Avraham Harman and Dr.
Nahum Goldmann will address
the 12th plenary session of
the Canadian Jewish Congress
which meets in Montreal Oct!
29-Nov. 1. The triennial ses-
sion, which coincides with the
Bicentenary of Canadian Jew-
ry, marks the 40th anniversary
of the first Canadian Jewish
Congress in 1919.
Harman is Israel Ambassa-
dor to the U.S., and Dr. Gold-
mann is president of the
World Jewish Congress, World
Zionist Organization and the
Jewish Agency for Israel.
The Plenary Session will be
preceded by the first National
Conference on Jewish educa-
tion ever held in Canada, on
Oct. 28.

Cemetery Memorials

Lowest Prices for Highest
Quality Granite and Outstanding

Designs

DETROIT MONUMENT
WORKS
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton

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Mrs. Anna Brown Dies;
Lived Here 42 Years

Services for Mrs. Anna Brown
were held Wednesday from her
home at 1701 Balmoral. Mrs.
Brown, who was a Detroiter for
42 . years, died Monday, at the
age of 76.
She was the mother of Mrs.
Charles Feinberg and Mrs. Saul
Rose and John L. and Samuel
Brown. She also left 12 grand-
children and seven great grand-
children.
The widow of the late Harry
Brown, who died in 1950, Mrs.
Brown was born in Poland. She
was a member of the Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah and Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Her late husband was a well-
k n o w n builder and theater
owner.

Aryeh Shenkar Dies;
Was Israel Industrialist

TEL AVIV. (JTA)—Funeral
services were held here Sunday
for Aryeh Shenkar, president
of the Israel Manufacturers As-
sociation for many years and
owner of the Lodzia Textile
Company, who died at the age
of 82.
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion eulogized Mr. Shenkar,
who was a director of the Bank
Leumi and headed many finan-
cial and industrial enterprises.
Born in Russia, Mr. Shenkar
headed a textile firm in Kiev
before emigrating to Israel in
1924. He was vice-president of
the Standards Institute of Is-
rael and a member of the Gov-
ernment Standing Committee
for Trade and Industry.

South American Editor,
Marcos Regalsky, Dead

BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) —
Marcos Regalsky, a leading
Labor Zionist and member of
the editorial staff of the Jewish
daily newspaper, Di Yiddishe
Zeitung for 30 years, died here
last week at the age of 74.
He also edited the Labor Zion-
ist weekly, Neie . Zeit.
Born in Moscow, Mr. Regal-
sky, who changed his name
from Itzchak Berlin, was a
participant in many Zionist
congresses. He came to Buenos
Aires in 1918, and had been
active in the' development of
local Jewish communal life
until his death.

Douglas' Son-In-Law
Dies in Israel at 37

JERUSALEM, (JTA) —
Daniel Brisker, son-in-law of
Sen. Paul Douglas (D., Ill.),
died here at the age of 37. Mr.
Brisker was for many years
active with Zionist youth or-
ganizations in the United
States as the representatives
of various Israel institutions.
He is survived by his wife,
Jean.

Bernard Berenson Dies

ANNA. KAHN, 18625 Oak
SHOSHANA (Rose) KOLOD- •
NEY, of Tel Aviv. Israel, died Dr., died Oct. 7. She leaves
Sept. 30. Services and inter- a son, Murray; two daughters,
ment in Israel. Survived by Mrs. Harry Arnkoff, of Pon-
two sons, Isadore Kolodney, of tiac. and Mrs. Arthur Snyder;
Detroit. and Mayer Kolodney, a sister- and nine grandchil-
of Tel Aviv; a daughter, Mrs. dren.
* *
Batya Helfand, of Tel Aviv;
SYLVIA WEINBERG, 6310
nine grandchildren and 13
Northfield, Birmingham, died
great grandchildren.
Oct.. 5. She leaves her husband,
*
SAM DRYFUS, 3709 Richton, Dr. Benjamin; two sons, Doug-
died Oct. 1. Survived by his las Alan and James Ross; her
wife, Bella; two daughters, Mrs. parents, Mr. • and Mrs. Ben
Dora Tuckfield, of Brooklyn, Gladstone; a sister, Mrs. Da-
N.Y., and Mrs. David Miller; a vid Baker; and her grand-
Gladstone.
brother and four grandchildren. mother, Mrs. Yetta
*
* * *
ALFRED JOSEPH KLEIN,
MINNIE OLSHANSKY, 2529 16217 Roselawn, died Oct. 6..
Elmhurst, died Oct. 2. Survived Survived by his wife, Pearl; a
by two sons., Barney Oshan -and son, Ronald; two daughters,
Maurice Oshan, of North Holly- Arlene and Joyce; his mother,
wood, Calif.; five grandchildren Mrs. Kathleen Klein, of Wind-
and a great grandchild.
sor; three brothers and a sister.
• a -a a
ANNA SLUTZKY, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Oct. 3. • Survived Israeli Shepherd Die's;
by a son. Dr. Nathan, of Mil- Starts Border Skirmish
waukee, Wis.; four daughters,
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—United
Mrs. Robert Kaplan, Mrs. Max Nations observers began inves-
Spring, of Los Angeles, Calif., tigating the murder of an
Mrs. Louis Salle and Mrs. Ger- Israeli shepherd, killed by Jor-
ald Gordon; seven grandehil- danians near the Israel-Jordan
dren and four great grandchil- border.
dren.
The body was found 200 yards
* a *
inside Israeli territory by a
JULIUS (Jay) L. GOOD- search party when the flock
MAN, 11 McLean, Highland returned to the Yad Hannah
Park, died Oct. 2. He leaves settlement without the shep-
his wife, Ethel; two sons, J. herd.
Ansley and Lee J., both of
Two members of the search
California; a brother, two sis- party were wounded when the
ters and three grandchildren.
Jordanians opened fire from
• a *
across the border. The Israelis
RACHEL LEWIS, 3347 Ken- returned the fire and the ex-
dall, died Oct. 5. Survived by change lasted for several hours,
her husband, Morris; two until UN observers arrived and
daughters, Mrs. Mark Nolan arranged for a cease-fire.
and Ruth; and a grandchild.
* * *
Budapest Rabbi Dead
LEAH STERN, 2701 Sturte-
LONDON, (WJA)—Dr. Joszef
vant, died Oct. 5. Survived by
her husband, Sam; a son, Dr. Katona, Deputy Chief Rabbi of
Julian; a -daughter, Mrs. Jack Budapest, died suddently after
Lasser; a brother and eight a ceremony marking the cen-
tenary of the Dohany Street
grandchildren.
Synagogue. Rabbi Katona was
• * *
E D N A WINNICK, 19722 50 years old.
Archdale, died Oct. 6. Sur-
vived by her hUsband, William;
a son, Dr. Lawrence; two
daughters, M r s . Alexander
Betz and Ida; three brothers,
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two sisters and four grand-
During
the
coming
children.
week Yeshiva Beth
* * *
Yehuda will observe
LENA MONASH, 11501 Pe-
the Yahrzeit of the
toskey, died Oct. 4. Survived
following departed
by two brothers, Sam Phil, of
friends, with the
Detroit, and Joe Kay, of Los
traditional M e mo -
4a1 Prayers, recite'.
Angeles; and a sister, Mrs. Mor-
tion of Kaddish and
ris London.
studying of Mish-
* * *
noyes.
ANN LETZER, 19181 Little-
field, died Oct. 3. She leaves
Hebrew Civil
her husband, Harry; a son,
TISHREI OCT.
Jerry; mother, Mrs. Louis Ru-
Bessie Jaffin
8
10 "
Anna Goldstein
10
8
bin; three brothers and two
Clara Gold
8
10
sisters.
Joseph S. Abramson 8
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In Cherished Memory
Florence, Italy, Wednesday, at
of Our
the age of 94. He was a native
Beloved Husband
of Vilna.
and Father

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tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave.
ment.

who

passed away four
years ago, Oct. 12, 1955
"Often a lonely heart-
ache,
and many a silent tear,
But alwayi a beautiful
memory
Of the one we loved so
dear."
Sadly missed by his
wife Shirley, and
daughters Michele and

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Weizmann Institute Prof Starts
Lecture Tour .of Science Centers

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