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August 16, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-16

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Newlyweds to 11/lake B-G Says Speedy Act Could End
Home in Ann Arbor STAR Dispute; Repeats Peace Plea

Arctivittes

MRS. MICHAEL GORDON

Adrienne Ann Herst became
the bride of Michael Aaron
Gordon in a ceremony Aug. 11,
performed by Rabbi Leon Fram
at the Park Shelton Hotel.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Herst
of Brockton, Mass. and Mr. and
Mrs. Saul E. Gordon of 18680
Prairie.
The bride wore a peau de
soie dress with a Chantilly lace
bodice, V-neck, elbow length
sleeves and a full length skirt.
She carried a white orchid on
her Bible.
Mrs. Samuel J. Gordon served
as matron of honor. Linda
Britton was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Irma Gold-
ston and Betty Herman.
Serving as best man was Lt.
Samuel J. Gordon. Ushers were
Kenneth Herst, Alan Rodd and
Robert Schwartz.
The newlyweds are honey-
mooning in Canada.

Jack Miller, president of
Motor City Lodge announces the
13th Annual Picnic to be held
Sunday, beginning at noon, at
Koepplingers Park, located at
the rear of 15200 West 8 Mile
Rd., Oak Park.
The committee has arranged
for games, races, free refresh-
ments and prizes which include
U.S. Savings Bonds, electric
shavers, electric roasters and
transistor radios.
Members are urged to invite
their friends and neighbors.
Tickets are 50c. For tickets or
further information, call Jack
Miller at BR 3-7075.

Bnai Brith Seeks UN
Campaign to Ratify
Human Rights Drafts

NEW YORK — The United
Nations should strive during
the International Cooperation
Year, scheduled for 1965, to
encourage ratification by mem-
ber-nations of UN conventions
on human rights, Bnai Brith
said.
It list e d 15 international
documents d r a f t e d and ap-
proved by the United Nations
but not yet ratified by a sub-
stantial number of UN mem-
bers. These include the Geno-
cide Convention, drafted in
1948, and conventions relating
to refugees and stateless per-
sons, the political and nation-
ality rights of women and the
abolition of slavery and the
slave trade.
Also listed are a UNESCO
convention against discrimina-
tion in education and a series of
International Labor Organiza-
tion conventions that oppose
forced labor, unequal pay for
Hayim Greenberg
women and discrimination in
employment, and support prin-
Shute New Classes
ciples of unionism and collec-
A new series of classes will tive bargaining.
begin at Hayim Greenberg He-
brew-Yiddish Shule with the Fraternity Honors McGill
commencement of the new
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—Phi
school term after Labor Day, it Epsilon Pi, a national Jewish
was announced this week.
fraternity, has named Ralph
Classes are being organized McGill, publisher of the At-
commencing with nursery en- lanta Constitution. as the re-
rollment for youngsters 3 1/2 and cipient of its 1963 Interna-
continuing with all classes for tional Service Award. Mr. Mc-
ages through 13 and 14, as well Gill, who will receive the award
as Sunday School classes on at the organization's annual
Sunday mornings.
convention later this month in
Hebrew in the Sepahrdic pro- Hartford, Conn., was cited for
nunciation are conducted for h i s outstanding accomplish-
children of all ages and boys ments and contributions to the
from the age of 8 will be pre- "essentials of brotherhood."
pared for Bar Mitzvah.
He has been one of the South's
Information is available by foremost pleaders for reason-
ea:ling UN 4-6319 and at the able solutions to the Negro
problem.
school office, 19161 Schaefer.

r DAMN

BY HENRY LEONARD

MRS. L. KERSHENBAUM

Sharon Vivian Newman was
wed to Lester Stephen Kershen-
baum in a ceremony performed
by Rabbi Morris Adler at Con-
gregation Shaarey - Zedek on
Aug. 3.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Newman
of Birmingham, and Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Kershenbaum of
Far Rockaway, N.Y.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory silk organza over silk mist
with appliques of ivory Chan-
tilly lace on a molded bodice
and controlled bell skirt. The
skirt extended into a soft chapel
train. A matching silk mist lace
tiered circlet held the ivory
illusion veil. She carried a cas-
cade of eucharis lilies and ruf-
fled ivy over a bridal bible.
Judith Newman was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Sisters of
the groom, Joanne and Audrey
Kershenbaum, acted as brides-
maids.
Aron Kirschbaum of New
York served as best man. Elliot
Goodman and Fredric Newman,
brother of the bride, were ush-
ers.
After a honeymoon in North-
ern Michigan and New York,
the couple will reside in Ann
Arbor.

Israel's long and bitter dis-
pute with the Arab world
migh be cleared up "in a few
hours" if responsible Arab
leaders would agree to a summit
meeting, David Ben-Gurion de-
clared.
The former Israeli premier,
who resigned his post last June
after 13 years of power, voiced
hope in a signed Look Magazine
article that Arab leader Gamal
Nasser would discuss Israeli-
Arab differences face-to-face
with Israel's new premier some-
time in the near future.
Ben-Gurion noted his willing-
ness in the past to meet with
Col. Nasser and other Arab
leaders "anywhere, at any time,
without prior conditions" to
discuss Israeli-Arab tensions.
He added in the article that he
was sure his successor, Levi
Eshkol, "would also be pre-
pared to do this."
Ben-Gurion also called upon
the United States and the Soviet
Union to "take joint action to
bring about total disarmament
in Israel and the Arab coun-
tries." Such joint action "would
be one of the greatest acts
toward peace ever made," he
said.
Stating that Israel "will be
ready to respond" to disarma-
ment pr op os al s, Ben-Gurion

commented in his Look article:
"The primary, principal and
supreme goal of Israel's foreign
policy is not only peace, but an
alliance between Arabs and
Jews, which would lead to poli-
tical, economic and cultural co-
operation between the Jews and
Arab peoples."

The original name of Rosa
Bonheur, the famous painter of
animals, was Rosa Mazel Tov,
and Judy Holiday's original
name, Judy Yom Tov. (When
they said Good Yom Tov, to
her, she thought she was being
complimented.)

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Business Briefs

BARTON'S CHOCOLATES in
Oak Park is now located across
the street from their former
location on Coolidge & 10 Mile
Rd., next door to the Dexter
Davison Market. They invite
their customers and friends to
stop in for a free sample of
their delicious chocolates.
* * •
JACK BARNES STUDIO, lo-
cated at 22111 Coolidge, south
of 9 Mile Rd. in Oak Park, will
open another Dance Studio at
2519 W. Maple at Cranbrook, in
the Birmingham - Southfield-
Bloomfield Hills and Franklin
area, on Aug. 19. For informa-
tion and registration to children
and adult dance classes, call LI
7-2933 or MI 7-1262.

Your children deserve

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Borman Food Stores
Net Income Goes Up

"You may be 'Blue Boy' to the rest of the world,
but to me you'll always be 'My Little Hymie'."

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. DOrIMU PPD.:NO*1i

Joseph Kron, executive vice-
president of Borman Food Stores,
Inc., announced that consolidated
net income for the 13 weeks end-
ing June 29, was a record $659,-
369, an increase of 13% over
the $681,964 earned in the thir-
teen week period ended June 30,
1962. Earnings per share for the
1963 quarter were 27 cents as
compared with 24 cents earned
in the same quarter last year ;
Consolidated net income for the
52 weeks ending June 29 on
sales of $154,232,598 was $2,274,-
844 after provision of $2,280,000
for federal income taxes and is
equivalent to 93 cents per share
on the 2,445,361 shares outstand-
ing at year end. This is a 9%
increase over the 85 cents per
share earned during the 53
weeks ended June 30, 1962 when
net income was $2,089,448 on
sales of $136,594,115.

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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 16, 1963

Gordon-Herst
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