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December 28, 1962 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-28

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Pageantry Marks Hanukah in Israel

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Some
2,500 members of the Maccabi
Sports Club participated in the
traditional Hanukah procession
of torch-bearers, a relay event
starting at Modiin, the birth-
place of the Maccabees, and
terminating at the home of
President Izhak Ben-Zvi in
Jerusalem.
Parades were also held in Tel
Aviv and Haifa, where torch-
bearers passed through the

main streets lined with thou-
sands of Israeli schoolchildren.
Other ceremonies were held at
the graveside of the late Presi-
dent Chaim Weizmann in Reho-
vot, in Ramat Gan and at Eilat.
Some 60,000 tourists and oth-
er visitors are spending Hanu-
kah in Eilat, at the southern-
most tip of Israel's Negev. Spe-
cial celebrations, concerts and
Hanukah festivals are scheduled
in various parts of the country
during this week.

AFTER
HANUKAH
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Preliminary drawing by firm of Albert Kahn, architects, de-
picting southern exposure of new Sinai Hospital medical library
building.

"MY SON, THE FOLK SINGER"
"THE FIRST FAMILY"
"AT HOME WITH ANOTHER FAMILY"

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
first monarch to visit Israel,
King Mwambusta IV of Bur-
undi, was greeted by Mayor
Mordecai Ish-Shalom of Jerusa-
lem with the traditional Jewish
bread and salt on a silver plate.
President Ben-Zvi accompa-
nied the King from Lydda Air-
port to the flag-decked capital
whose streets were lined with
onlookers who greeted the visi-
tor. Municipal children'S bands
struck up a fanfare as the Bur-
undi motorcade drew up.
The King met with President
Ben-Zvi and will receive a call
from Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion. The president is giving
a state banquet for the king.
The monarch is accompanied by
a ten-member entourage.

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As a result of a gift from
Samuel Frank and his immediate
family, Sinai Hospital will start
construction on a new medical
library building early next year,
Nate S. Shaper 0, president
of the board of trustees of the
hospital, announced.
"Through the generosity of the
Samuel Frank family, the hos-
pital can provide the necessary
matching funds required under
a government grant," Shapero
stated.
The gift of $135,000 plus the
furnishings is being given by
Frank, together with Mr. and
Airs. Jerome J. Frank, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold L. Frank, Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Kolbert and Mr. and
Mrs. Kaye G. Frank. Samuel
Frank is chairman of the board
of the Detroit Aluminum and
Brass Corporation and is a mem-
ber of the board of Sinai Hos-
pital.
The new library building will
be located on the south side of
Sinai Hospital to the east of the
Shiffman Clinic entrance and
will provide 9,000 square feet
of space. It will consist of a
free-standing, two-level facility
which will not only house the
extensive book and journal col-
lection provided by the medical
staff of the hospital, but will
include study carrels for contin-
uing projects. Included on the
main level will be a special con-
ference room where the rare
medical book collection of the
hospital will be housed.

King of Burundi
Arrives in Israel

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TEL AVIV — A new kibbutz
—Elot—was established Wednes-
day in the southern Negev, two
miles north of Eilat.
Affiliated with the Kibbutz
Haartzi, the kibbutz movement of
the leftist Mapam, the members
of the new settlement will culti-
vate dates, engage in dairy form-
ing and fishing.

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