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August 19, 1960 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-19

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Lois Ellen Thal became the
bride of Dr. Conrad Herman
Goode in a double-ring, candle-
lig•t ceremony performed re-
cently by Rabbi Leon Feuer at
Toted o' s 'Collingwood Ave.
They are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Nor man Thal of
Toledo, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore L. Goode of Pontiac.
Immediately following t h e
ceremony, the couple received
guests in the Temple's garden.
Cocktails and dinner followed
at the Commodore Perry Hotel.
Mrs. Donald Schaumberger
of Chicago attended her twin
sister as matron of h o n o r.
Bridesmaids included Donna
Bill of Los Angeles, a cousin;
and Mrs. Jason A. Goode of
Southfield, a sister-in-law.
Serving his brother as best
man was Dr. Jason A. Goode.
Ushers were Norman Thal, Jr.,
of Toledo, brother-in-law; Don-
ald Schaumberger of Chicago,
br .ther-in-law; Louis Soverin-
sky of Des Moines, brother-in-
law; and Dr. Joel Hamburger
of Oak Park.
The bride attended the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and was
graduated from the University
of Michigan. The bridegroom
received his B.A. and D.D.S.
deg_•es from the University of
Michigan. He is a member of
Alpha Omega professional fra-
The couple plans residence
on Addison Ave. in Southfield
after a Miami Beach, Fla.,

Even Israelis Receive
Arab Boycott Missives

"Indiscriminate discrimination"
is the way to describe the ac-
tivities of the Arab Israel Boy-
cott Office, located in Kuwait.
Apparently, directories in many
cities are being used and are in-
formed that those dealing with
Israel will be boycotted.
This week, J. Borenstein, of
the Borenstein Book Store here,
received a copy of the boycott
letter that was addressed to the
Israel Import Co. Thus—even an
Israeli firm was contacted.
The Israel Import Co. has asked
Borenstein to push the sale of
Israeli candles and other Israeli
items as means of overcoming
the boycott pressures.

Israel Raises Customs
on Foreign-Made Cars

the first Kaiser Frazer Larks
assembled in Israel are still
being test run, the Finance
Ministry levied higher customs
and luxury taxes on imported
cars in order to protect the
local product.
The locally assembled Lark,
including taxes, will cost the
Israeli customer 11,000 pounds
(approximately $6,000) -- but
will still be considerably cheap-
er than imported American
compact cars. The new tax rise
has evoked considerable criti-
cism from local car importers.

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activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob James Jefferson and children Jetti,
Mildred, Barry, Nina and Lory, formerly of Trenton, and now
of Anaheim, Calif., were in Detroit this week for the wedding
of Mrs. Jefferson's sister, the former Sonia Ploshnick.
Sgt. Benjamin Seltzer and family will spend a three-week
vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Seltzer,
18447 Schafer. Sgt Seltzer is stationed at Clinton Sherman AFB,
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Marshak (Dee Fleischman) and
sons, Richard and Dale, formerly of Coolidge Hwy., Oak Park,
are now residing in their new home at 2324 W. Greenbriar
Dr., Pheonix, Ariz.
Receiving their diplomas as graduate nurses on Saturday,
at Ford Auditorium, will be 135 young women from Detroit
and Ann Arbor units of the Mercy School of Nursing of
Detroit. One of the graduates from Mt. Carmel is Mrs. Saralee
Silver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Seidman, 18433 Stoepel.
Mrs. Silver's husband is a med student at Wayne State Univer-
sity. She plans to attend WSU this fall to further education.
Amos Traub of Rishon L'Zion, Israel, is the guest of his
uncles, Sam Goldberg, of 17587 Steel; and George Bernholc,
of Southfield Township. Amos will enter Wayne University.
this fall, where he is enrolled in the college of chemical engin-
eering. He is a sabra and his father works for the Histadrut.
Efrem Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg, of Steel
Avenue, has returned from a three-week stay in Oklahoma City
where he visited his uncles, the Aaron and Ben Oshers and the
Sam Fagins.
Mrs. Regene Freund Cohane has returned from a European
trip, having attended the sessions of the International Council
of Jewish Women, in Geneva, Switzerland, June 26-29, and the
International Bar Association convention, in Salzburg, Aug. 1-5.

People Make News

The appointment of Hugo
Loewi as manager of the newly
established Pacific Coast-
Mediterranean cargo service of
the Zim Israel Navigation Co.,
Ltd., with headquarters in San
Francisco, was
announced by
Gottlieb Ham-
mer, president
of the Amer-
ican - Israeli
Shipping C o.,
I n c., of 42
New York,
U.S. repre-
sentatives of
the Zim Lines.
Loewi joined
the American-:.-
Israeli Ship
ping Co. in
-1949 as head Hugo Loewi
I of its bill of lading department
l and later served as assistant
I traffic manager. He was named
traffic manager in 1953. His
duties as traffic manager for
Zim Lines' Atlantic and Gulf
cargo services have been taken
over by B. Katz.
* * *

Massachusetts Budget Com-
Imissioner KERMIT C. MORRIS-
SEY has been appointed assist-
ant to the president at Brandeis
University, it was announced by
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president
of the liberal arts college. Com-
missioner Morrissey will resign
his State post to take up duties
at Brandeis next Fall..
,* * *
The appointment of Alfred
Dobrof, executive director of
the Indianapolis, Ind., Jewish
Community Center Association,
as director of
the Depart-
ment of Jew-
ish Commun-
ity Center
Planning of
t h e National
Jewish Wel-
fare Board
was announc-
ed by S. D.
G e r shovitz
J W B execu-
tive vice-pres-
ident. Mr. Do-
'brof, who will
assume his
new post Sept.
15, succeeds
Myron B.
Blanchard who
has been named associate pro-
fessor at Adelphi School of
Social Work, Garden City. N.Y.
• • •
18497 Wisconsin, representative

of the Phoenix Mutual Life
Insurance Company, attended
the company's advanced under-
writing school at the Univer-
sity of Connecticut during the
week of Aug. 14-19.
* * *
RUBEN GOLD, of the Massa-
chusetts Mutual Life Insurance
Co., has been notified by the Na-
tional Association of Life Under-
writers that he and four of his
associates, Donald W. Runde,
Seymour Rosenwasser, Melvin
Mogill and Jacob J. Sherbin, have
been given the National Quality
Award for 1960.

Rosara Wine to Wed Ralph Chicorel in
Richard P. Sutkin 'Make a Million'

Ralph Chicorel, a graduate of
the American Academy of Dra-
matic Arts, is appearing at the
Northland Playhouse this week,
together with Sam Levene, in
"Make A Million."
A resident of Oak Park, Chi-
corel is associated with his fa-
ther, Jacob, and his brother,
David, as a co-owner of Chi-
corers K e n wood Restaurant,
Fenkell at Telegraph.


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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wine of
Third Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Rosara, to Richard P. Sutkin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Sutkin of Birmingham.
The future bride attended the
University of Michigan and is
a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity. - - Her fiance is also a
graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity. An Oct. wedding is

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Cuban Jewish Youth
Is Castro Diplomat

—A Jewish youth, Manuel Sto-
lik Novygrod, 22, veteran of
the Cuban revolution, is Pre-
mier Fidel Castro's diplomatic
representative in Canada, ac-
cording to a report in the
Western Jewish News published
Novygrod claims pride in his
Jewish origin and deems him-
self loyal to the Jewish faith
despite his marriage to an ob-
servant Catholic girl. The Cu-
ban official asserts that because
of his preoccupation with the
revolution he had to forego his
Jewish education. He empha-.
sizes, however, that an older
brother "was truly Yiddish and
that a younger brother is being
sent to heder in Havana."
He says that he is "inspired
and proud of the Jewish state
of Israel," and stated that
Cuba's 15,000 Jews have a beau-
tiful synagogue, two Yiddish
newspapers as well as publica-
tions in Spanish.

Italian City Criticized
for Not Erasing Racial
Slogans from Its Walls

VERBANIA, Italy, (JTA) —
The administration of Verbania
was under fire from anti-fascist
citizens for failing to cover or
eliminate publicly displayed
mottos from the Mussolini era.
The mottos, which are still
clearly visible on several walls
of Verbania, hail the purity of
the Italian "race" and the Ital-
ian empire.
Complaints to the city govern-
ment stress that many tourists
from other countries have no-
ticed the mottos with surprise
and have expressed curiosity
about whether they represent
political trends in Italy.

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19 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 19, 1960

Lois Thal Weds
Dr. Conrade Goode 1

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