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December 27, 1968 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-27

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Dayan Offers 2-Year Plan I
for Administering Lands

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Nomi Berke Married
to llichael Ifrilenkin

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to The

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: "What an Ancient Re-
ligion Still Has to Say for Today"
(Part II) is discussed by Rabbi
Harold S. Silver of Cong. Beth
Israel, West Hartford, Coon.

JERUSALEM — Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol told the Knesset Mon- .
day night that plans for the admin- 1
istration of public services and the
economic development of the oc-
cupied areas for the next two years
had been submitted to the cabinet
by Defense Minister Moshe Dayan.
The defense ministry has major
responsibility for the territories oc-
cupied in the Six-Day War. Gen.
Dayan's plans were described as
being based on the assumption that
the areas will be linked to Israel
for many years to come.

P

It is announced from Warsaw
that Prof. Jan Kaczmarek, first
deputy chairman of the important
committee of science and techno-
MRS. MICHAEL WILENIIN
logy, was promoted to the chair-
manship to replace the Jewish
Nomi Lois Berke and Michael
chairman. Eugeniusz Szyr, who was Wilenkin were married recently in
dropped last month as a member of evening ceremonies at Adas Sha-
the Polish Communist Party Polit- Ion Synagogue. Rabbi Jacob E.
buro but remains a deputy premier. Segal officiated with Cantor Nicho-1
Miss Nina Karnow and her hus- las Fenakel.
band, Dr. Szy won Szechter, who
Mrs. Wilenldn is the daughter of
had left Poland, were denied polit-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berke of
ical refuge in England.
Wildwood Ave., Oak Park. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Wilenkin of W. Outer
Dr.
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Mimi Barclay and Mrs. Michael
Berke.
The bridegroom's best man was
Frank Sweet, and the ushers were
Stephen Paull, Fred Miller. Arnold
Smith, Geoffrey Faintuck and

Neri Berke.

After a short wedding trip, the
couple is living on W. Outer Drive.

4 Symphony Soloists

at '69 'Pops' Concert

Four young Detroit musicians
will be soloists at the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra's nightclub-style
1969 Cabaret "Pops" Concerts.
The four are Beth Rhodes, 18-
year-old pianist: Arthur Krehbiel.
principal French horn player with
the Detroit Symphony; Linda
Snedden, violinist with the sym-
phony: and Cynthia Raim, 17-year-
old pianist.
Arthur Fiedler. America's "Mr.
Pops," will conduct the Pops
for the third consecutive year.
The series again will feature the
Fiedler blend of classical
and pop music against a back-
ground of candlelight and wine.
The concerts will be at 8:30 p.m.
April 16-23 at the Detroit Light
Guard Armory.

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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "The Courage of Alfred
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tion and an established career to
be true to himself at the outbreak
of the Civil War.
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COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
"Exploring Israel"
Feature:
with Meir de Shalit, director gen-
eral of the Israel Tourism Ministry
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HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "Dance in a Jewish
Community Center," new series
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Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday

Station: WCAR
Feature: The Zimel Brothers
singing Hasidic melodies

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"who through faith conquered
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(Hebrews 11:33. 34).
It is possible that some Israeli
politicians are afraid of the Soviet
Unions possible intervention
against their small country, re-
; membering the swift invasion of
Russia into Czechoslovakia, How-
; ever. the members of the Knesset
in Israel should read and reread
Ezekiel chapters 37 to 39, and
then perhaps they may be able to
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Levinson Heads PEC;
Dividend Declared

NEW YORK — Albert
Levinson has been elected presi-
dent of PEC Israel Economic Corp-
oration, it was announced by Jos-
eph Meyerhoff, chairman. Meyer-
hoff, who relinquished the presi-
dency. continues as chairman of
the board and chairman of the
executive committee.
The board also elected Meyer
H. Kuppershmidt as secretary and
treasurer.
Directors of the PEC declared
a regular annual cash dividend of
65 cents per common share, pay-
able Feb. 20, 1969, to stockholders
of record as of Jan. 10, 1969. This
compares with a dividend of 60
cents paid for the preceding year.
Earnings for the year 1968 are
expected to show moderate im-
provement over the previous year,
Meyerhoff said.

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