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November 11, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-11

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Nobel Prize Winner Glaser, U J A
Participant, Wins U-111 Acclaim

Rabbi Aron to Address JNF Ladies Group

DR. DONALD A. GLASER is shown demonstrating the
bubble chamber method of photographing atom trails which
he developed and for which he was awarded the Nobel
Prize in physics. The chamber is filled with a dense, clear,
super-heated gas, and accelerated atoms are directed through it.
The shattering atoms leave a trail which can be photographed.

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ANN ARBOR, Mich., (JTA)—
Officials of the University of
Michigan expressed pride in the
fact that Dr. Donald A Glaser,
the 34-year-old Jewish scientist
Dr. Harry C. Saltzstein, dis- who won the 1960 Nobel Prize in
tinguished physician and sur- physics, had been associated with
geon, one of the best known the university for about 10 year
Dr. Glaser, who was a regu
men in the medical profession
in Michigan, marks his 70th contributor to the United Je .h
Appeal, was born in Cleve d.
birthday today.
Born in Washington, D.C., His parents emigrated from us-
Nov. 11, 1890, Dr. Saltzstein re- sia about 50 years ago and tled
in Cleveland where he la at-
tended the Case Institute o ech-
nology. He will receive $4 00 in
prize money for his inve on of
a "bubble bath chamber" hich
is used to measure the ergy
of high-speed atoms emitte TOM
billion-volt atom smashers. de-
veloped the method while he s
a member of the University
Michigan faculty.
The young Jewish scientist, who
is a bachelor, left the University
of Michigan last year and joined
the University of California. He
obtained his Ph.D. degree in
physics in 1950 at the California
Institute of Technology.

Dr. Saltzstein.
Is Seventy Today

Evergreen Sisterhood
Presents 6th Annual
Membership Affair

DR. HARRY C. SALTZSTEIN

ceived his Ph. B. at Yale Uni-
versity, in 1910, and his M. D. at
Johns Hopkins in 1914. He in-
terned in Mt. Sinai Hospital,
New York, 1914-1917.
He assisted the famous surgeon,
the late Dr. Max 'Bailin, from
1920 to 1923, and has been in
active private general surgery
practice since 1923 in Detroit.
The numerous appointments
he received included the posts
of consultant surgeon at Harper
and Sinai Hospitals. He was
named associate professor of
surgery at Wayne State Univer-
sity Medical College in 1955.
Dr. Saltzstein was one of
the leaders in the movement
for the formation of Sinai
Hospital here.
He was certified in the Foun-
der's Group of American Board
of Surgery in 1957.
His society memberships in-
clude Wayne County Medical
Society, Michigan State Medi-
cal Society, Detroit Surgical So-
ciety, Detroit Academy of Sur-
gery, Ameridan Medical Associ-
ation, American College of Sur-
geons, American Gastroenter-
ology Association and Society
of Head and Neck Surgeons.
Constantly called upon to lec-
ture on medical subjects and to
write for professional. maga-
zines, Dr. Saltzstein has written
many articles and pamphlets.
From 1921 to 1959, he auth-
ored 137 articles, essays and
brochures on medical subjects.

Sisterhood of Evergreen Jew-
ish Congregation will hold its
6th annual paid-up membership
affair 9 p.m. Nov. 16 at the
synagogue social hall.
A light supper will be served
Charter members will be hon
ored. New members will be con-
secrated. Habonim dancers will
entertain. Chairmen in charge
of the evening are Mesdames
Ralph Forman, membership;
Aubrey Beneson, program;. and
Solomon Goodman, food.

Lorraine Pearlman
Appearing in Two
Theater Productions

Lorraine Pearlman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pearlman,
20125 Woodbine, is appearing
in "Winter's Tale" at the Schu-
bert Theater along with Jack
Franka, Don Gates and Barbara
Tarbut, all Wayne State Univer-
sity students.
Miss Pearlman will also ap-
pear in "Risk for Reward,"
written by Richard Ramas, Nov.
18, 19 and 25-27 at the Unitarian
Church, Forest at Cass.

Hayim Greenberg School
Slates Annual Assembly

The annual school assembly of
the Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-
Yiddish School will be held Nov.
26-27 at the Hayim Greenberg
Center, 19161 Schaefer. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Joseph Dia-
mond, for the past 11 years exec-
utive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education in Toronto,
Ont. A program is planned. Each
branch and club is asked to elect
Insist on exceeding the speed five delegates to the assembly,
limit and you're always on the and all members of the move-
ment are invited to attend.
verge of a smashup.

Mrs. George Lerner, presi-
dent, announces that the donor
kick-off rally of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund will be held Tues
day, 12:30 p.m., in the social
hall of the Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue, Wyoming at Curtis.
Rabbi Milton Aron will be
the guest speaker. He is a direct
descendant — eighth generation
—of the Gaon of Vilna. He was
ordained Rabbi at the Hebrew
Theological College of Chicago,
also having taken training at
the Chicago Divinity S c h o o 1.
His undergraduate secular
training was received at the
University of Chicago.
During the 'Second World
War, Rabbi Aron was one of
the first to enlist as a chaplain,
and served for five and a Aialf
years in the 'U.S. Air Force.
He became Staff-Chaplain, in
charge of Protestant, Catholic
and Jewish chaplains, at 88 air-
fields, was the recipient of two•
s discharged
citations and
of Lieutenant-
with the r
rank ‘s
Colonel.
e U.S.
Colone
the war, Rabbi
to Detroit and with

assistance of Keiden Lodge
of Bnai Brith, was instru-
mental in establishing t h e
Hillel Foundation at
served
University where
as its first dir or for two
years in 194 • nd
on was
b b i
In 1947,
called to th pulp' f Shaarey
inni • g, ' and has
Zedek in
served th e f• 13 years. He
Doctorate from
had recei d
of Indiana in
the Univ rs'
the field o archaeology.
Rabbi Aro
Last Ju
appointed y the Je
tional Fu of Cana
tional ch man of th
tion.
ecently,
I s r a e
While
Rabbi ron discu ed with
Premier en-Gurion the nee
for estab ing a link betw
le
ry and the
Canadian
of Israel.
rman of
Rabbi Aro

the Council of Rabbis in Win-
nipeg.
Mrs. William Levin, chair-
an of fund raising, with the
as ante of her co-chairmen,
Mrs. 'lion Winston and Mrs.
Ben N n, are in charge of
planning r the annual event.
, A dess luncheon will be
the social chair-
pr pared
, Mesd es Abraham Gold-
s n, W i i a m Hordes and
J ius L o d o n, and will be
ed b the hostesses, Mes-
rris Davis, Harry
a es
ving Arlin and Ben
Kraft,
t Tuesday's meeting.
Klein

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as winner of the dispute.
Other articles in the Novem-
ber issue include "The New
York Coliseum," by Jan Bart
of Belle Harbor, New York;
"Anti-Semitism at the Turn of
the Century," by Vernon Mc-
Kenzie of Seattle; "M
tar?", by
or Six Cornere
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