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September 30, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 30, 1960



Robinson Wins Battle of Time on
Joanne Hertsberg
Lakes with Shipment of Material
Weds Earl Tushman
for Bat Yam, Israel, Cabeer Brewery

Planners of the fashion
show kick-off for the new
season of the Youth Educa-
tion League are President
Mrs. Jules Sanders (left) and
Mrs. Allan Robinson, program
chairman.

* * *

Youth League
Pas. hion Show

Youth Education League will
begin its season-with a member-
ship tea and fashion show 12:30
p.m. Monday at Temple Emanu-
El, 14450 Ten M i 1 e Rd.,
announces President Mrs. Jules
Sanders.
A dessert luncheon will be
served by hostesses Mesdames
Jules Meskin, hospitality chair-
man for the day; Edward
Coopersmith, Louis Fried ; Sam
Fisher, Milt on Moss, Allan
Weiss, Ralph R u b i n, Myron
Schefman, Joseph Levine and
Gilbert Marks.
According to Mrs. Allan
Robinson, program chairman,
the group's, own members will
model furs from Ceresnie and
Offen, fashions from Ferguson's.
Prospective members are in-
vited to attend. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Maurice Glasier,
membership chairman, at UN
1-0931.
The League raises funds for
children of indigent Jewish
families and participates in all
community drives.

JOSEPH M. THOM, super-
visor of the Library and Records
Departments of the Goodyear
Atomic Corporation, Ports-
mouth, O., has been appointed
director of libraries of Yeshiva
University, New. York.

W. E. Robinson, president of
the Cabeer and Rishon LeZion
breweries in Israel, is scoring
a triumph in his race against
the closing of the lakes.
Less than two months ago he
purchased the Goebel Brewing
Co. plant here and started ship-
ping it to Israel on Israeli Zim
liners.
This week, dozens of tanks
for the Cabeer Brewery, at Bat
Yam, Israel, were loaded on .
the Zim Liner Yehudah, and
the task undertaken by Robin-
son is about to be completed.
"We have won the battle,"
Robinson told a large group
of bankers and communal
leaders who attended a din-
ner, Tuesday evening, aboard
the Yehuda. "There will be
two more shipments this
month, and our next task
will be in the reverse—to
return here with a shipment
of Cabeer beer for use by
Detroiters."
Among the leading person-
alities who attended the dinner
Tuesday were Milton Bosley
and Gerald Dewhirst, vice pres-
idents of the National Bank of
Detroit, and several of their
associates; Leonard N. Simons,
Paul Zutkerman, Rabbi Morris
Adler and their wives, Louis
Berry and others—Jews and
non-Jews—who are well known
in the community.
Robinson said he was grateful
for the support he had received
from the local bankers. He also
commended Paul C. Allen,
chairman of Riggers Union No.
575, and Edward R. Galli, presi-
dent of Dearborn Machinery
Movers Co., for assistance they
had given him.
Announcing that Israel's Fi-
nance Minister Levi Eshkol, ac-
companied by the deputy direc-
tor general of his Ministry, Dr.
Zevi Dinstein, will be in Detroit
within two weeks to elaborate
on investments in Israel, Rob-
inson paid tribute to Eshkol, as
well as to Pinhas Sapir, Is-
rael's Minister of Commerce,

Oirt4 Announcements

Sept. 21 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Ross (Roslyn Rosen),
of 17385 Santa Barbara, a son,
Allen Howard.
* * *
Sept. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Berger (Arlene Jacoby),
24749 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a
son, Michael Jeffrey.
* * *
Sept. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Gordon (Lois Gray),
24230 Coolidge, Oak Park, a
daughter, Gail.
• * *
Sept. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Lewis III (H arriet
Orloff, formerly of Detroit) of
Indianola, Miss., a • son, Morris
IV.

Feldman) of Warrington Dr., a
daughter, Karen Renee.
* * *
Sept. 14—To Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Fidler (Harriet Cho-
daroff) of Woodstock Dr., a
daughter, Jamie Rebecca.
* * *
Sept. 13 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Shipper (Betty Hoberman),
28795 Glasgow, Southfield, a
daughter, Paula Jody.

* *

Sept. 11 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Baskin (Ruth Moorin),
29575 Fairfax, Southfield, a son,
Stuart Gary.
* * *
Sept. 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
nold J. Stone (Barbara Axel-
* *
rod) of aginaw, a daughter,
Sept. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs. Wen
Brent Carney (Fay Chasnick),
pt. 6
T Dr. and Mrs.
29592 Fairfax, Southfield, a
rman G uld Phyllis Rose
daughter, Lori Paige.
andel), f. me of Detroit
* * *
rily residing
Sept. 16—To Dr. and
a daughter,
Lionel S. Shulman (M

o Mr. and Mrs.
osner (Sandra
of Chicago, Ill.,
Detroit, a daughter,
an.

. 1 —
Dr. and Mrs.
H. Stulber
Elayne From-
in), 29611La
, Livonia, a
ynn.
aughter, Tr

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for advancing Israel's invest-
ment programs.
On hand to greet the guests
on the Yehuda were the ship's
captain, Aharon Stark; the mid-
west manager of Zim Lines,
H. J. Jacobson, and other offi-
cials of the Zim line. The Ye-
huda is one of 32 liners op-
erated by Zim.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ
Feature: "The Season of
Hope" by Joseph Mindel, a
story of the problems many
parents have in understanding
the importance of an enriched
program for school and home,
will be presented.

* * - *

TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station. WJBK-TV
Feature: Philip Slomovitz, ed-
itor and publisher of the Jewish
News, and Victor J. Baum,
Circuit Judge and member of
the Executive Committe
Jewish Community C
il, will
be presented i
wish Year
in Review."

USHMAN

Joanne
ue H ertsb
e-
came t
ride of E
artin
Tushm
Sept. 11 at
candle-
light
emony at t Sheraton
Cadil
Hotel.
bi Jul' s
'Wei
rg of Beth rael e' r
in A
Arbor of
ated.
Pa its of th
ewly
Mr. a
Mrs. J
r er
Melro
Ave.,
Ar r, and
Mr. an Mrs. Harry Tush
of Santa arbara Ave.
Carole g was
her sister's m • o honor, and
Mrs .Richard Green was matron
of honor. Mollie Alexander was
bridesmaid.
Lawrence Tushman was his
brother's best man, and ushers
were Harvey Tushman, Alan
Wichamin, Leonard Atkin and
erbert Weisenthal.

A complimentary luncheon
11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek will precede a
discussion by noted panelists
on "An Intimate Glimpse Into
and Within the Family" to be
presented by the Detroit Chap-
ter Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee.
Lou Gordon, WXYZ commen-
tator, will serve as moderator.
Panelists include Rabbi Morris
Adler, Judge Nathan Kaufman
and Prof. John M. Dorsey of
Wayne State University.
The program, which will
begin promptly at 12:30 p.m.,
will include, also, the induction
of officers, brief reports and a
colored film of Brandeis Uni-
ty, "Those Who Dream."

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