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August 16, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-16

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Ben-Gurions One Happy Family Soviet Union Allows

Dedication of
New Building at
Tamarack Sun.

Schwa rtz-Be rke

Brazilian Jews to
Return to Homeland

Rites Solemnized

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Greeted by members of the family, Mrs. Paula Ben-Gurion,
wife of the former Israel Prime Minister, is shown arriving at
Lod Airport, Israel, after participating in the naming ceremony
of the Israel Flagship S.S. Shalom which took place at St.
Nazaire, France. Left to right: Mr. Leshem (son-in-law), Mrs.
Amos Ben-Gurion (daughter-in-law), Mrs. Paula Ben-Gurion
and youngest grandchild, David Ben-Gurion, eldest grand-
daughter, Mrs. Renana Leshem (daughter), Amos Ben-Gurion
and his son.

Ann 0 lin cements

Last Week's Winner of the

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BIG BABY BONUS"

was
Mrs. James Moyer (8-lb., 3-oz.)
Congratulations on the birth of
your daughter and we hope the

RASKIN PRODUCTS you re-
ceived helped make your first
week at home easier.

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Aug. 10 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Plotnik (Joan Lewis),
25640 Catalina, Southfield, a
son, James Lewis.
* * *
Aug. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sid Pianin (Betty Plotkin), a
daughter, Debra Helaine.
*
*
Aug. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Monte Masserman (M a r c i a
Finn), 19329 Griggs, a son,
Brian Arthur.

4: *

*

Aug. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.

Joel Silber (Shirley Viedrah)
of New Hampshire Ave., South-
field, a son, Bradley Marc.
* * *
Aug. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael J. Rosenberg (Linda
Bresler), 22551 Trojan, a son,
Lawrence.

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RIO DE JANEIRO — After
conducting a "sit-in" in the
Brazilian Embassy in Moscow
for several months, a Jewish
family, consisting of 12 persons,
has been permitted repatriation
to this country. The family,
named Sissman, arrived here
Wednesday.
The Sissmans were part of a
group of Brazilian Jewish fam-
ilies who went to the Soviet
Union three years ago under
the illusion that they would
find greater freedom there, as
compared with this country.
After living in Moldavia, a Ro-
manian - province, for three
years, the Sissmans requested
permission to go back to Brazil.
Others of the former Brazil-
ian Jews also sought similar
permission. When the Sissmans
received no authorization for
their exit, they went to Moscow,
entered the Brazilian Embassy
and stayed there. The arrival
of the Sissmans here Wednes-
day was believed to have mark-
ed the first instance of Soviet
governmental yielding on the
issue of repatriating foreigners
who had settled in the USSR.
Meanwhile Tuesday, the Bra-
zilian Government was negoti-
ating with the Soviet authorities
for the repatriation of the other
former Brazilian. Jews in the
USSR who want to go back to
their old homes. The negotia-
tions include non-Jewish Brazil-
ian nationals as well, number-
ing a total of about 1,000 per-
sons.

At the annual meeting of the
Fresh Air Society, Sunday, at
Camp Tamarack, the Theodore
and Mina Bargman Arts and
Crafts Building will be dedi-
cated.
Six board members will be
elected.
Maxwell E. Katzen, dedica-
tion committee chairman, urges
community - wide participation
in the dedication ceremonies
and in the meeting.
Directions to the camp are
procurable by calling the Fresh
Air Society, DI 1-5666.

MRS. SHELDON SCHWARTZ

Phyllis Berke became the
bride of Dr. Sheldon Schwartz
Aug. 11 in a ceremony perform-
ed by Rabbi Hayim Donin at
Bnai David Synagogue.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mrs. Meyer Berke of Northlawn
Ave. and the late Mr. Berke
and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schwartz.
The bride wore a white peau
de soie princess line gown. Re-
embroidered Alencon lace stud-
ded with pearls and sequins
fashioned the neckline, and cap
sleeves formed a deep V to the
waistline for back interest. The
full back sweep of the court
train fell into a soft pouffed
hemline. The double-tier illu-
sion veil was held in place by
a crown of re-embroidered
Alencon lace studded with
pearls and sequins to match
her gown.
Mrs. Irving Keene was matron
of honor. Nancy Berke served
as maid of honor and brides-
maid was Joanne Berke.
Serving as best man was Je-
rome Greenbaum. Ushers were
Dr. J o el Gottlieb, Michael
Berke, David Hermelin and
Martin Blatt.
After a honeymoon in Cali-
fornia, the couple will reside in
Ann Arbor.

Aug. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Hanley L. Yorke (Susan C. Fish-
man), 3046 Parkland, Birming-
ham, a son, Kevin Todd.
*
Aug. 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jack It Alspector '(Miriam Ruth
Silverman), 20165 Warrington, a
daughter, Lisa Susan.
*
July 31 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Arthur Freedman (Sylvia Brick-
ner) of Morton Ave., Oak Park,
a son, Mark Steven.
*
July 27 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Steingold (Sarah Ruth Ru-
GEORGE JESSEL and the
benstein), 1474 W. Liberty, Ann
nation's songwriters will share
Arbor, a son, Mark Ross.
honors at the Grossinger Coun-
June 27 — To Mr. and Mrs. try Club, Grossinger, N. Y. The
Irving R. Blum (Rochelle Klemp- long passageway connecting the
ner), 15011' Kenton, Oak Park, resort's theater and main build-
ing will be divided into two
a daughter, Karen Michelle.
units. One will be called the
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Avrum How- "George Jessel Way" and have
ard Goodie (Judith Sanders) of photographs, clippings, plaques,
Fairfield, Conn. (formerly of and other mementos of Jessel,
Detroit), a daughter, Sharon who is donating most of the
'material. The other unit, re-
Elaine.
cently dedicated by songwriters
Julie Styne, Bob Merrill, Henry
Science Conference
Nemo, and Irving Caesar, has
named "Tin Pan Alley."
For Young Nations in been
Jessel is slated to dedicate
his part of the permanent ex-
Rehovoth Aug. 19-29 hibit
Labor Day weekend.
REHOVOTH, Israel — The
* * *
econd conference on science
The NEW YORK PHILHAR-
n the advancement of new MONIC, under the direction of
tates, which will take place at LEONARD BERNSTEIN, will
he Weizmann Institute of Sci- appear in concert at Detroit's
nce here Aug. 19 to 29, will Masonic Auditorium Thursday,
e devoted to comprehensive Sept. 12. The orchestra will in-
lanning of agriculture in de- clude Detroit in its four-week
eloping countries.
coast-to-coast tour beginning in
Eighty percent of the peoples late August during which
of the developing nations of the Bernstein will conduct a total
world are engaged in agricul- of 19 concerts in 14 cities. This
ture today. This conference will be the Philharmonic's first
will concentrate for ten days transcontinental tour in three
upon the most pressing prob- years.
* * *
lems of man and the land he
works. Sixty-six various aspects
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ond time. The first Rehovoth business during the period.
*
*
International Conference took
The third annual RUSSELL
place in 1960.
WOODS ART FESTIVAL will
be held in Russell Woods Park,
Beth El Marrieds
Broadstreet and Fullerton, Aug.
Elect Officers
16-18. Nearly 2,500 artists in
At the annual meeting of the the Metropolitan area are be-
Married Group of Temple Beth ing asked to submit work for
El, Merton J. Segal was re- the outdoor exhibit and music
elected president. Other officers will be featured every night.
elected were, Lee J. Marks and Willis Wood, director of the
Dr. Sheldon D. Stern, vice-pres- Detroit Institute of Arts, will
idents; Dr. Werner G. Heim, make the awards. The friends
treasurer; and Mesdames Mar- of the Oak Park Library are co-
vin Novick and Frederick E. operating by making available
their list of entrants to their
Schatz, secretaries.
annual art show.

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Sept. 15, at Mayflower Hotel,
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Among religious Jews, the
authors of famous books were
often called by the names of
their books. Rabbi Israel Cahan,
author of the Tree of Life, was
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