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August 19, 1960 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 19, 196 0-20



Ghana Buys Out
Israel's Half Share
of Shipping Line

Berk -Ryke Rites
Set for November-

Oust Soviet Diplomat, Reunion on Israel
Valentine M. Ivanov, Zim Liner Proves -
in Plot with U.S. Nazi It's a Small World

Expect Thousands
for Israel Maccabia

Thousands of youths from 35
countries are expected to par- •
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Con-
The hand of fate really ticipate in the sixth annaul
Black Star shipping line of
tact maintained by an impor- worked overtime for Mrs. Hev- Maccabia, the world Jewish
Ghana, hitherto a joint Israeli-
tant member of the Soviet Em- vah Aharoni. of 72-94 Yellow- sports festival, in Israel during
Ghana enterprise, will pass into
bassy here with a member of stone Blvd., Forest Hills, New August 1961.
exclusive Ghanaian ownership
the American Nazi party—and York. In fact, it stretched near-
on Aug. 26 when the Accra
An innovation of the event
watched by the F.B.I.—led to 1y 1,000 miles out over • the
Government takes over the 40
an order by the State Depart- North Atlantic to bring about a will be a youth jamboree be-
percent interest of the Zim-
ment expelling the Soviet offi- family reunion at sea that ranks fore the Maccabia which will
Israel Navigation Company.
cial from this country.
as a classic of happy coin -- give youths between the ages
of 14 to 17 the opportunity to
The Israeli firm will continue
The expelled Soviet diplomat cidence.
see Israel and meet Israeli
to manage the Black Star line
is Valentin M. Ivanov, First Se-
Mrs. Aharoni was a passenger youngsters before the sports-
for five years in return for two-
cretary of the Soviet Embassy. aboard the SS. Israel of the
and=one-half percent of the
He was ordered to leave the Zim Lines which sailed from fest gets underway.
gross revenue.
country on the ground that he New York for Mediterranean
Dr. N. Wydra, director of the
had paid Roger C. Foss, who ports and Israel last July 21.
Want The Best?
Zim lines, said that the com-
described himself as a member She was lounging in her state-
Ask the Folks Who've Had
pany felt that its mission with
of the American Nazi Party, a room on the third day out when
reg, rd to joint operations with
"substantial amount of money" the ship's public address system
SAM BARNETT
Ghana was to train the Ghana-
urging him to get a job with the announced an overseas phone
and His Orchestra
ians to take over all depart-
Federal Government.
call for another passenger, one
LI 1-2563
MISS LINDA BERK
ments in the shortest time.
Foss, 32, said he reported Harry Shoner of Los Angeles,
"Our job is to train them ef-
his
contacts
with
Ivanov
a
few
who
occupied
a
nearby
cabin.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Berk,
fectively, hand over and go
18780 Hilton, Southfield, an- weeks ago to the F.B.I. How- The name Shoner sounded
home," he declared.
UNWANTED HAIR
nounce the engagement of their ever, the F.B.I. was reported to familiar to Mrs. Aharoni: it was
REMOVED FOREVER
daughter, Linda Elaine, to Ed- have been watching Ivanov in- her maiden name, and she had a
College Scholarships
SAFE—FAST—INEXPENSIVE
win Bruce Ryke, son of Mr. dependently of the information brother Harry. She stepped out
Latest
Medically Ap'rd. Method
Foss. of her stateroom on a hunch
for Jewish Farm Youth and Mrs. Joseph Ryke of Oak from
ANN L. KORSON, R.E.
The Washington Post report- and walked into brother Harry
A program of scholarships for Park. A November wedding is ed that Foss stated he decided whom she had neither seen nor
10300 W. 7 Mile Rd.
Between Meyers and Wyoming
promising Jewish farm boys and planned.
about a year ago to get infor- heard from for eight years.
paummumeN DI 1-8420
girls, eager for a college educa-
mation on emigrating to Russia.
Mrs. Aharoni was originally
tion, was announced by Dr. Theo- Nepal to Exchange He said that after visiting the
scheduled to sail on an earlier
dore Norman, General Manager
Soviet Embassy, Ivanov con- ship, switched to a plane, then
of the Jewish Agricultural So- Envoys with Israel
tacted him and suggested that changed her plans once more
ciety, 386 Park Avenue South,
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
he apply for an American Gov- and made the Israel on a "pier-
New York City.
to The Jewish News)
ernment job. On this occasion, head jump" when someone
Serving Detroit & Suburban
Sons and daughters of active
NEW DELHI — Nepal's Am- Foss said. Ivanov advanced him else's last minute cancellation
Areas
18716 Schaefer
LI 3 4014
Jewish farmers, in need of finan- bassador in L o n d o n, or the $5o .
vacated
the
only
available
cabin
Director—Mrs.
David Holtzman
cial assistance, who are entered country's envoy in same other
(AUNTIE SARAH
While waiting for results of on the heavily booked Israeli
Res. 24311 Blackstone, O.P.
in a college or university in the European capital, will most a civil examination. Foss, ac- liner.
LI 3-4688
United States for the 1960-61 likely be accredited to Israel cording to his story, kept con-
Specializing in rhythm Band,
Mus. App.. Baking, Crafts, For
academic year, are eligible for when the two countries ex- tact with Ivanov and from time
See Page 14 for New Year
pre-school children, ages 21/2
these awards, which will be made change Ambassadors shortly, it to time received additional sums
to 6 years.
on the basis of merit and need. ! •
Greeting Coupon
Per Class
I was reported here Tuesday over of money, totaling $500. In the
Morn. 9 to 11
The Jewish Agricultm Soci- i the Ali-India Radio Network.
meantime,
Foss
added,
he
had
Tues.,
Thurs.,
Fri.
$1.75
ety is an affiliate of the Baron
Aft. 12:30 to 3 P.M.
The news was attributed to heard of the American Nazi
Music and Entertainment
2 Days—Tues., Thurs.
2.00
de
Hirsch
Fund,
which
was
en ; Premier
Koirala of Nepal, who Party, and joined it.
3 Days—Mon., Wed., Fri.
2.00
dowed
70 years
ago
to foster
set-
is
5 Days—Mon. thru Fri.
1.75
now
in
Israel
atten
mg
the
tlement of Jews on the land in the
OPEN HOUSE — ORIENTATION
International Conference of Sugarine Eliminates
DAY SEPT. 1, 1960-10 a.m.-noon
United States and to engage in , lIntern
educational work among immi- Scientists at the Weizmann In- '
FALL SEMESTER STARTS
y ou Hot, Fa t
and his Orchestra
stitute.
SEPTEMBER 6, 1960
grants and their children.
DI
1-1609
Here's a sweet secret for
Transportation 50c per day.
Koirala was also reported as
Applicatians can be obtained
from the office of the Jewish stating that, while in Israel, he cooler summer drinks!
A tall, cool frosty glass of
Agricultural Society, 386 Park would study the cooperative
Ave., New York 16. Applications agricultural methods there and lemonade or iced tea really hits
received after Sept. 6 will not be discuss matters of mutual inter- the spot on a sultry summer'
considered. est with Israeli socialist leaders. day . . . but if you add energy-
calories in sweetening the drink
then you're just fooling your-
self.
The calories you add not only
make you fatter, but they make
Aug. 11—To Mr. and Mi-s. Donald E. Bitten (Elayne Sa- you hotter, too.
Black & White — "Living" Natural Color
Edward A. Mayer (Evelyn Lit- lomon). 28521 S u t h e r 1 a n d,
You can have sweetness with-
yin), 24711 Rensselaer, Oak Southfield, a son, Gary Michael. out calories, if you follow this
8632 McNichols Rd., West
UN 4-8484
* * *
Park, a daughter, Lori Debra.
hot weather tip from The
* * *
July 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Sugarine Co. in Mt. Vernon, Ill.
Aug. 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Sid- Sam Feig (Shirley Clarfelt),
Use Sugarine calorie -free
We Make Our Own Glasses
ney Wise (Mildred Gilman), 23090 Gardner, Oak Park, a son, liquid sweetener for a perfect
18646 Woodingham, a daughter, Jeffrey Lawrence.
sugar flavor—with exactly zero
HEADQUARTERS FOR
C * *
Penny Michelle.
calories. No calories to make
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND IM-
* * *
July 30—To Mr. and Mrs. you hot, no calories to make
PORTED FRAME FASHIONS
Aug. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Art Stewart Levin (Arleen Golden- you fat!
Iced coffee, limeade, mixed
Tatelbaum, 15772 Kentucky, a berg), 18661 Hillcrest, Livonia,
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
a daughter, Dawn Michele.
drinks—whatever you like best,
daughter, Joyce Sandra.
* *
ACCURATELY FILLED
every drink will be cooler,
* * *
July 27 — To Mr. and Mrs. more thirst-quenching and bet-
Aug. 7 — To Prof. and Mrs.
• Immediate Repair
• Reasonably Priced
Hershel Ploshnick (Elaine Sub- ter for your figure when you
Alfred Blumrosen (he is the
lette) of Second Ave., a son, use calorie-free Sugarine.
son of Frances and the late Sol
ASK ABOUT OUR .CONTACT LENS —
Michael Littman.
Blumrosen of Detroit) of Cedar
*
*
Three-Day
Week
Rejected
Grove, N.J., a son, Alex Bernet.
July 27 — To Dr. and Mrs. by Talmud Torah Directors
• * *
John J. Mames (Eva Brenners),
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA)—The
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
Aug. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. 21631 Gardner, Oak Park, a
board of directors of the Minne-
Basil B. Nemer (Gail T. Stef- daughter, Andrea Felicia.
OAK PARK, MICH.
LI 7-5068
apolis Talmud Torah unani-
fin), 17555 Adrian, Southfield,
*
* •
Hours:
Daily
&
Sat.
9:30
a.m.-6
p.m.

Thursdays
to 9 p.m.
mously rejected a move initi-
a son, Guy Eric.
July 23—To Mr. and Mrs. ated by 67 parents for a three-
*
*
Buddy Gold (Sheila Carlin,
Aug. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. formerly of Detroit) of Sepul- day-a-week program, with the
Samuel I. LaFond (Beverly veda. Calif., a son, Bruce David. same number of classroom
hours, alongside the five-day
Tchor), 14428 Pembroke, a
* * *
curriculum in the elementary
daughter, Anne Estelle.
July
20—To
Mr.
and
Mrs.
* *
*
division.
James Stuart Eisen (Rena
The board ruled that Talmud
July 31 — To Mr. and Mrs. Spilman), 29409 Everett, South-
Torah was. officially, a five-day
field, a daughter, Lesli Ayn.
school. "Deviations from this
* * *
July 16 — To Mr. and Mrs. pattern for reasons of health,
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy"
Saul Lazare (Geri Shiffman), transportation difficulties or ex-
16177 Kentucky, a son, Mark perimental purposes shall nat
or "Bon Voyage"
affect the five-day status of the
OH EL
Alan.
more important than what you say Is
school," according to a board
* * *
EXCLUSIV IA Since 1946',,
how you say it. Expressions of sym-
in Detroit
pathy, best wishes or congratulations
To Mr. and Mrs. Myron Kaz- resolution.
Hospitals & Homes
are much more effective with a gift
dan, 14620 Pearson, Oak Park,
355
basket that speaks for you. . in an
571111
eye-appealing, taste-tempting and sat-
a son (adopted), Dale Owen, California Community Plans
isfying
manner.
Constitution Revision
born May 8.
For your next celebration whatever
* * *
.. Recommended by Physicians
the occasion, order from our large
LONG BEACH, .Calif. (JTA)
variety of champagnes, wines and
To Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Krin- —The Long Beach Jewish Com-
liquors . . by the bottle or case
sky (Sherry Cyporyn), 20090 munity Council is studying
. . to meet your needs.
LEO
Bentler, a son, Robert Irwin.
major revision of its constitu-
Call
UN 2-6800 ... and CHARGE 1T!
• * *
tion, adopted in 1948, in order
To Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon to- adapt the organization to
Expert Mohel
Trosch (Laura Faber), 16147 the "tremendous growth and
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
gag&
Hilton, Southfield, a son, Rich- change" in the community dur-
LI 1-9769
LI 2-4444
Nation-Wide Delivery
3205 W. McNICHOLS RD. iat
ard Marc.
ing the intervening 13 years.
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