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August 26, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-26

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Up fall- Wessling
Rites Solemnized

Earlier Labor
Day Deadline

Sybil Golden Weds
Dr. Sheldon Mintz

On account of Labor Day,
there will be an earlier
deadline for all editorial
copy for our issue of Sept. 9.
All editorial copy for that
issue must be in the office
of The Jewish News by
noon on Friday, Sept. 2.

Syria Delegation
Asks Russian Aid

MRS. YALE UPFALL

In an evening ceremony at
Adas Shalom Synagogue, Minna
Margaret Weisling and Dr. Yale
Sidney Upfall were united in
marriage by Rabbi Segal and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel, Aug.
17.
The bride, daughter of Mrs.
Rose Kanfer of Santa Rosa Dr.
and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Weis-
ling of Woodward -Ave., wore
an ivory silk taffeta gown ap-
pliqued in lace that adorned
the dome-shaped skirt flowing
into a chapel train. A Mary,
Queen of Scots cap of matching
lace held her veil of ivory silk
illusion, and she carried her
Bible covered with a white
orchid.
Attending the bride as ma-
tron of honor was Mrs. Gilbert
Schwartz. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Joel Rosner, Ilene Green-
berg and Marlene Rosen.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Upfall of Steel
Ave. was attended by his cousin,
Mitchel Esterzon. Seating the
guests were Harold Podolsky,
Dr. Harold Joffe, Neal Rosen,
Normon Rosen, Gerald Lipnik
and Morton Weisling, brother
of the bride.
Out-of-town guests were from
Paris, France, New York and
Pennsylvania. The couple is
honeymooning in San Francis-
co, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

Turkey-Israel Teams
Plan Game Exchange

ISTANBUL, (JTA) — The
Turkish Foreign Ministry has
given permission to the local
Fenerbahche football club to
exchange games with Israel's
Hapoel club. This is the firSt
time that such permission has
been granted since the • cooling
of relations between Turkey
and Israel because of Arab
pressure.
The Hapoel football team is
expected to play two games in
Istanbul on Aug. 20 and 21.
One will be with Fenerbahche,
and the other with the Ferikoy
team. The visit will be returned
by Fenerbahche at a later un-
specified date.

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LONDON, (JTA) — A Syr-
ian delegation, headed by Unit-
ed Arab Republic Vice Presi-
dent Nureddin Kahala, left for
Moscow to sign contracts for
20 development projects involv-
ing the expenditure of more
than $300,000,000, it was re-
ported here.
The projects, to be carried
out under the terms of the
1957 Syrian-Soviet Economic
Cooporation Agreement, are
designed to double the Syrian
national income within 10
years.
The most important project
is the construction of a huge
dam on the Euphrates River
in northern Syria, which would
provide water for the irrigation
of 1,500,000 acres of land. The
contracts will reinforce the posi-
tion of the Soviet Union in
the United Arab Republic.

Latin Zionists Map
Solutions to Tasks

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay,
(JTA) — A two-day South
American Z io n i s t convention
ended with the adoption of reso-
lutions promising an intense ef-
fort by all participants to assure
the maximum success of the
forthcoming 25th World Zionist
Congress in Jerusalem.
The 80 delegates, represent-
ing Zionist organizations in Ar-
gentina, Uruguay, Bolivia and
Chile, urged in one of the reso-
lutions that the Zionist Congress
find means of unifying the
Jewish people around Israel.
The conference also asked for
better coordination between the
central Zionist bodies and the
territorial organizations, partic-
ularly that the territorial organi-
zations should be consulted in
advance in the implementation
of Zionist tasks.

Female sex hormones may be
the reason hardening of the
arteries occurs less frequently
in women under 50, says the
Michigan Heart Association.

Iranian at Teheran Jewish Camp

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Mah- mittee, and Haj Aziz EIghana-
mud Mehran, the Minister of yan,- prominent leader of
Education of Iran, accompanied Iranian Jewry.
by Dr. Fatemi, the Deputy
See Page 15 for New Year
Minister of Education, and
Greeting Coupon
several of his top aides, visited
the Ozar Hatorah annual sum-
mer camp in the vicinity of
ROSENBLAT ORCHESTRA
Teheran where some 600 Jew-
Detroit's Favorite M.C.
ish children spent their vaca-
and His Entertainment
tion time, it was reported here.
Specialty —
At a special ceremony mark-
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs
ing the occasion, Rabbi I. M.
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Lewi, director of the Ozar
Hatorah in Iran, expressed the
appreciation of his organization
for the interest and cooperation
Vacation-Temporary-Wake-up
that the Iranian Government
has shown for the education of
its Jewish citizens and the pre-
servation of their ancient tra-
ditions.
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The Minister of Education,
in reply, expressed hope that
other educational institutions in
Iran would follow the example
of the Ozar Hatorah and like-
wise organize summer camps
for the Iranian youth where
For fine color movies
the young could relax and spend
the hot summer away from the
of your wedding
capital and other large cities.
Other speakers at the ceremony
Call
included Morad Aryeh, the
only Jewish member of the
Iranian Parliament and presi-
dent of the Jewish community,
Theodore Feder, the director
of the Joint Distribution Corn-

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MRS. SHELDON MINTZ

Sybil Helen Golden became
the bride of Dr. Sheldon Melvin
Mintz, D.D.S. in an early eve-
ning ceremony Sunday at Holi-
day Manor. Rabbi Adler offi-
ciated, and Cantor Sonenklar
chanted the ritual.
The bride's parents are the
Saul Z. Goldens, 18434 Lauder.
Dr. Mintz is the son of Mrs.
Louis Viedrah, 3356 Glendale.
A gown of embroidered silk
organza with a bell skirt and
chapel train was worn by the
bride. She carried a bouquet of
white orchids, roses and stepha-
notis, and on her head was a
crown of seed pearls.
Maid of honor was the bride's
sister Milli Golden, and brides-
maids were Lynn Portnoy and
Vivian Michel. Dr. Erwin Adel-
man served as best man, while
Jerome Golden, Michael Mintz,
Stuart Bass and Arnold Aaron
seated the guests.
Out-of-town guests here for
the ceremony were from Toron-
to, Ont., Rochester, N. Y., Red
Bank, N. J., Chicago, Cleveland
and Des Moines.
Following a dinner and
dancing, the couple left on a
honeymoon trip in the Catskill
Mountains. They will live in
Pittsburgh, Pa., where Dr.
Mintz will study oral surgery
at the University of Pittsburgh
and its associated hospitals for
three years.
The new Mrs. Mintz, who re-
ceived her master of arts de-
gree from the University of
Michigan, will teach art in
Pittsburgh.

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A study' at the University of
Southern California reveals that
the use of small doses of female
hormones has produced good
results in prolonging the lives
of heart attack victims of both
sexes.

Washington Conference to Observe
10th Anniversary of Israel Bonds

The tenth anniversary of the
Ben-Gurion conference in Jeru-
salem which gave birth to the
Israel Bond campaign will be
celebrated at the National Eco-
nomic Planning Conference for
Israel, to be held in Washing-
ton, D.C., for three days, be-
ginning Sept. 16, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice-president of the
Israel Bond Organization.
Levi Eshkol, Minister of Fi-
nance of the State of Israel,
will report to delegates from
the United States and Canada
on the economic achievements
made possible by the $450,000,-
000 obtained through the sale
of State of Israel Bonds since
May, 1951. He will outline
Israel's development program
and needs for the coming year.
Israel's plans for the construc-
tion of a new Mediterranean
port at Ashdod and for the
expansion of the ports at Haifa
and Eilat will be discussed by
Austin J. Tobin, executive di-
rector of the Port of New York
Authority, who visited Israel
two months ago to survey Is-
rael's harbor installations and

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to study their development and
operation.
American Jewry's achieve-
ments in the development of
Israel and its role in shaping
Israel's future will be the sub-
ject of an address by Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, of Cleveland,
chairman of the board of gov-
ernors of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization.
The conference also will be
addressed by Israel Ambassador
Avraham Harman, Abraham
Feinberg, president of the Is-
rael Bond Organization; Ira
Guilden, national campaign
chairman, Samuel Rothberg, na-
tional chairman for Trustees;
Max Bressler, national chair-
man for Guardians; Michael
Stavitsky, national chairman for
High Holiday activities, and Dr.
Schwartz.
A National Women's Division
session will feature Mrs. Har-
man, Mrs. Michael Comay, wife
of Israel's Permanent Repre-
sentative at the United Nations,
Bess . Myerson, former Miss
America and leading TV per-
sonality, and Mrs. Jan Peerce,
chairman of the National Wom-
en's Division of Israel Bonds.

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