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August 19, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-19

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By ELIAHU SALPETER

JTA

Staff Correspondent in Israel
(Copyright, 1960,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

which Israeli scientists are en-
gaged.
Research of wide interest for
most under-developed countries,
particularly those located in
arid ar semi-arid zones, is con-
ducted in the fields of botany
and zoology.
In the field of zoology, ani-
mal husbandry is of particular
interest to the Israeli scientists.
While Israel attaches great
importance to applied research,
considerable time, money and
particularly brain-power, is de-
voted to fundamental and gen-
eral research. Such research is
being conducted into the causes
of cancer, genetics, radio biolo-
gy, experimental embryology
and a wide array of problems
in human physiology and neu-
rology.
Interesting research is being
done on the history of medicine
in Israel and among the Jews
in the diaspora. -
Prof. Dvorjetski, himself a
physician and a survivor of the
Vilna Ghetto, collected a biog-
raphy of 1,500 papers and
monographs in twelve languages
on the following subjects: prob-
lems of pathology during the
period of holocaust, pathologic-
al consequences of the holocaust
among its surv'vors, criminal
"medical" experiments by Nazi
practices.
Dr. Dvorjetski also has col-
lected hundreds of papers, re-
ports and documents from oth-
er ghettos and concentration
camps which provide a tragic
but unique source for the study
of the horrible phenomenon of
men on the border line between
life and death characterized by
complete apathy and resigna-
tion.

Danny Raskin's $60,000 Wolfson Gilt for Teheran
Training Institute for Teachers

.

LISTENING

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Isaac D . Roosevelt, w h o expressed
Wolf so n, prominent English their admiration for the educa-
Jewish philanthropist, has do- tional and social services rend-
nated $60,000 towards the build- ered by the organization, with
ing of an Ozar Hatorah teachers the help of the Joint Distribu-
training institute in Teheran, it tion Committee, to many thou-
was announced • by Dr. Mordecai sands of Jewish children.
Hacohen, director general of
Ozar Hatorah, who has just re- MU Congress Participating in
turned from an extensive tour UN Prevention of Crime Parley
in the Middle East.
The World Jewish Congress
Dr. Hacohen stated that the will be represented • at t h e
acute shortage Of professionally United Nations Congress on the
qualified teachers and adequate Prevention of Crime and the
IT WAS IN 1935 when Jim- accommodations in •Mosle in Treatment of Offenders, to be
countries are the main obstacles held in London Aug. 8 to 20.
mie Laker, a young $18 a week
truck driver, met Toby Gaba, for providing Jewish education
Attending on behalf of the
then working at Cunningham's to a great number of children
who are gradually becoming World Jewish Congress will be
at a wedding reception . . . A
Lady Reading, president of the
estranged from Judaism. Some
few dances and dates set the
British Section of the WJC, and
of them do not receive even an
Dr. Maurice L. Perlzweig, of
stage and in August of that
elementary general education.
New Y o r k, director of the
year. the couple were married
"The new building in Iran, organization's department o f
. . . Having no parents in De-
which will be called the Isaac International affairs and WJC
troit, Toby adopted Jim's and Edith Wolfson Teachers
mother, "Bubee" Sarah Laker Institute, will greatly contribute representative at the United
of Windsor, and the wedding to alleviate the shortage of Jew- Nations.
was held at brother Harry Lak- ish teachers in that country,"
er's home . . . Twenty-five years he said.
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
passed and Toby and Jim added
Ozar Hatorah institutions in
A symposium on the need
four children and two grand- Iran were recently visited by
Sammy Woolf
for a central body for unified
children to the expanding Laker Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wolfson,
And His Orchestra
Jewish expression in the Amer-
clan . . . At a recent family Lord Nathan and Lady Nathan,
ican Jewish community, with
UN 1-2953
UN 3-8982
gathering in Toronto where Jim, and. Mrs. A. Hollsted, daughter
UN 3-6501
leaders of five outstanding na-
as usual, kept everyone in of the late President Franklin
tional Jewish organizations as
stitches with his giggle-getting
main participants, will be one
stories, the family decided that
of the highlights of the 63rd
FOR QUALITY PLUS QUANTITY
the good times of such meetings
annual convention of the Zionist
should be had more often, so a
Organization of America, to be
family club was formed . . . The
held Aug. 25-28, at Hotel Statler
first meeting of the Laker Fam-
RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN
Hilton, New York.
ily Club was held two weeks
The symposium will be held
IN NORTHWOOD CENTER
Open Sunday and
later
and
Toby
and
Jimmie
13 MILE & WOODWARD AT COOLIDGE
Daily 8 am - 10 pm
at the Friday night Oneg Shab-
walked
into
a
surprise
party
bat session under the chair-
celebrating their silver wedding
manship of Rabbi Irving Miller,
anniversary . . . "Bubee" Sa-
chairman of the American
rah and Jim's four brothers
Zionist Council. Principal par-
and three sisters and their
ticipants will be Label Katz,
wives and husbands were on
president of Bnai Brith; Dr. Agricultural Society's
Lavish SMORGASBORD with finest mar-
hand to mark the occasion .. .
and smoked fish, dozens of hot and
Joachim Prinz, president of the Scholarship for Youth
111 mated
cold dishes. Complete Continental Kitchen
Detroit
Bnai
Brith
circles
know
American Jewish Congress; Dr.
—steaks,
chops,
lobsters,
duck
etc.
Beautiful private dining rooms for
NEW YORK, (JTA) — A pro-
Max Nussbaum, chairman of the gram of scholarships for prom- the Lakers well . .. Jimmie is parties. Home and business catering. Lunch from $1.25. Dinner from $2.95.
FREE PARKING 1014 E. JEFFERSON WO 2-1042
a
past
president
of
the
Detroit-
National ZOA Executive Coun- ising Jewish farm boys and
Windsor BB Council.
cil; and Rabbi Max Davidson,
'3020 GRANT) RIVER Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
girls, eager for a college edu-
* * *
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
president of the Synagogue
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods for
cation, was announced by Dr.
Council of America.
LETTER
TO
Lt.
Gen.
David
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
Theodore
Norman,
general
man-
Dedication to the theme
ager of the Jewish Agricultural M. Shoup, commandant, U. S. CHOP HOUSE
"Zionism for America and Is-
Marine Corp., Washington, D.C.
rael," the four day sessions of Society.
. . . from Detroiter Jay Han- ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
Sons
and
daughters
of
active
the ZOA convention is expected
delsman . . . "I served honor- Chops, Chicken Club Sandwiches. short Orders. Delicious Hamburgers.
to draw an attendance of some Jewish farmers, in need of fi- ably with the Marine Corps for "Served as you like it."
Open 24 Hours
1,200 delegates and alternates nancial assistance, who are en- 61/2 years during the period of 20176 LIVERNOI'S AVE., 1 1 /2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
representing 600 Regions and tered in a college or university World War II. Like so many
CHOICE LIQUORS
Districts in all parts of the in the United States for the other marines, I have the mem- MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
1960-61 academic year, are elig-
country.
ories of buddies who gave their
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
Issues to be discussed will ible for these awards, which lives in defense of our country.
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
will
be
made
on
the
basis
of
range from plans for the re-
I hay:., always been proud of my 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
merit
and
need.
The
exact
vitalization of the American
association with the marines
Zionist movement to the prob- amount awarded will depend and its traditions. I have been
TR 2-8800
lems which will come up at upon cost of the college course shocked and disturbed to learn CLAM SHOP and BAR
the forthcoming World Zionist selected and the economic cir. - that today men are wearing the Serving. Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
Music by Muzak
Congress schedule for the end stances of the students and their
of December in Jerusalem, par- families. Applications must be uniform of marines who are
Very
Best! Pies baked on prem.
its
Prime Beer at
giving aid and comfort to an
ticularly the question of the received by the JAS by Sept. 6. ideology
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
that is alien in nature
p.m.
daily.
Open
11
a.m.-8
The Jewish Agricultural So-
proposed reorganized structure
and traitorous to our constitu-
of the World Zionist Organiza- ciety is an affiliate of the Baron tion and country. I realize that BEEF BUFFET
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E. of Evergreen
tion. Discussions on Arab boy- de Hirsch Fund, which was en- your attention has been called
Dancing 6 nights. Monday, Johnny Titus Trio
cotts and the Eichmann trial dowed 70 years ago to foster to the fact that a marine has
Chicorels'
Don Pablo (5 Nights)
will also highlight the agenda. settlement of Jews on the land been acting as a Nazi storm
Dinners 5 p.m. Banquet Parties to 100.
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will in the United States and to trooper in demonstrations in
Kenwood
Free Parking — OPEN SUNDAYS
be the recipient of the Herzl engage in educational work Washington, D.C., led by George
KE. 7-7377
FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH
Gold Medallion of the ZOA at among immigrants and their Lincoln Rockwell, a man who
the annual banquet.
children.
has already been discredited by
the Navy Dept. This marine's
actions are a slur and a smear
• Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico Steak • Chicken
The New Look in
UN 4-7897
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
to the memories of those men
OPEN DAILY 11 8:30 P.M.; SAT & SUN. to 9 P.M.
who died fighting the very
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR
STAGS BANQUETS and MEETINGS
cause he is now espousing.
Technically, marines are on
Fine American & litalian Food
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
duty 24 hours, seven days a
CLOSED SUNDAYS
NOW OPEN
week. If you really wanted to
Banquet room available
COCKTAIL BAR
curb
the
activities
of
this
man,
TO SERVE YOU
TO 9-3988
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
it could be done without re-
course to court martial. We all
know that we are engaged in a
29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 & 13 Mile
life and death struggle with
Open Daily 9 A.M. 9 P.M. Closed Mondays
Communism, but for God's
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Dinner
CARRY OUT SERVICE — PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE
sake, sir, don't leave our flanks
EL 6-9222
SQUARE DANCE PARTIES
exposed to the danger of infil-
at
tration of Nazism."
20600 PLYMOUTH, _

1 Mi. E. of Telegraph
ANSWER RECEIVED from
8410 West 9 Mile Road, Oak Park
Open 7 Days A Week
Gen. Shoup . . . "This is in re-
ply to your letter relative to
Luncheons— Dinners — Cocktails
Specializing in
Dancing, Entertainment
the reported association of a
CANTONESE and AMERICAN Cuisine
Beautiful Banquet Room, accommodating up to 400 Guests
marine with the American-Nazi
Party. As a result of a scrutin-
Businessmen's Lunch 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
FOR RESERVATIONS: BR 2-3040
ous investigation which was
4 41011011.111111.1a
OPEN DAILY 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.
The Cundari reach the finest
made into the activities of the
cuisine in a continental back-
FRIDAY and SATURDAY TO 2 A.M.
ground with a choice of Amer-
marine involved, he has been
ican and European specialties.
SUNDAYS 12 NOON to 11 P.M.
awarded a discharge from the
Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
Naval
Service."
Ample Free Parking

JERUSALEM — A prodigious
volume of 560 pages on "Medi-
cal and Biological Research in
Israel" has been published here
by the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem and the Hadassah
Organization. Edited by Moshe
Poywes, the volume gives a
birds-eye view of what is being
done in these sciences at the
Hebrew University, the Haifa
Technion, the Weizmann Insti-
tute in Rehovot, the scientific
institutions of various ministries
and medical organizations as
well as the Tel-Aviv University,
Kupat-Holim (The Histadrut
Sick Fund) and Malben.
The book succeeds well in in-
dicating the broad scope and
varied fields of • interest in

ZOA to Debate
Need for Central
U.S. Jewish Body

PERRI'S

WIIIETIE TO DINE

Stockhol

CARL'S

IIERC'S

CHINESE-AMERICAN RESTAURANTS

DUBBS BEEF BUFFET

I

Paradiso Cafe

McINERNEY'S FARM and OLD CIDER MILL

CHIAM

RESTAURANT

Carry-Out Orders

I.1 8-1544

See Page 14 for New Year

Greeting Coupon

ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
Snacks 'till 4 o.m.

20021 W. McNichols cor. Evergreen — For Reservations — KE 3-27k

23-THE DETROIT JEWISH NE WS—Frid ay, August 19, 1960

Dateline Jerusalem • .

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