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February 21, 1964 - Image 32

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Friday, February 2 1, 196 4—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-32

Israel Gets Kennedy Ambulance

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UNITED BRANDS • DETROIT, U. S A • 12 PROOF

Thousands of supporters of American Red Mogen Dovid,
the support wing of Israel's Magen David Adorn, have made
membership gifts to send a fleet of ambulances to Israel in
memory of President John F. Kennedy. The first of these
ambulances was presented to Col. Jacob Monbaz, of the Israel
Mission to the United Nations. at a ceremony outside the
Waldorf-Astoria in New York. Shown with Col. Monbaz are
two leaders of the Women's Division of American Red Mogen
Dovid for Israel, Mrs. Roman Liban and Mrs. Ruby Kronfeld
(left to right). Contributions for the John F. Kennedy ambu-
lance campaign may be sent to Congressman Emanuel Celler,
national chairman, American Red Mogen Dovid for Israel,
50 W. 57th St., New York 19.

The Ben Uri Art Gallery Opened;
Unique London Jewish Art Center

By DORA FRAENKEL

After almost 50 years of a
"wandering Jew's" existence
London's Ben Uri Art Gallery
has, at last, found a permanent
home in Dean Street, Soho, in
the heart of London, between
Piccadilly and Oxford Circus.
The official opening was a
brilliant occasion marked by
the presence of a host of per-
sonalities from the world of
art. music and literature; many
Jewish communal leaders, mem-
bers of Parliament and well-
known journalists.
The inaugural exhibition of
paintings and sculpture dis-
played against the specially

U. S. Company Offers
to Sell Generator for
Desalting Use in Israel

HAIFA, (JTA)—The Westing-
house Electric Corp., of the
United States, has offered to sell
to Israel a 125,000-kilowatt gen-
erating unit, with attachments
for desalination of sea water, ac-
cording to an announcement
here by Yaacov Peled, director
of the Israeli Electric Corp.
Peled returned from the U. S.,
where he had ordered $12 mil-
lion in equipment for Haifa's
new power station from the Gen-
eral Electric Co. He said that
the combination power and de-
salination units offered by West-
inghouse would be placed in the
new power station at Ashdod, if
that deal materializes.
* * *

Israeli Has New Method

for Cheap Desalination

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — An Is-
raeli chemical engineer dis-
played to newsmen a system for
desalination of sea water which,
he said, would produce fresh
water at a cost of one-third the
expenditure of any other pro-
cess thus far attempted.
The demonstration of the new
method was staged by the in-
ventor, Israeli-born Ariel Osdor,
at his laboratory at Petach Tik-
vah.
His method involves use of a
pressure system in which, at a
critical point, the salts from the
sea water are separated dry. Re-
search on the process, Osdor
said, has been financed by Rob-
ert Sherwood, a Canadian now
living in Switzerland.
He said he expected to have a
pilot plant using his desalination
process ready for operation in
the next few months.

A word spoken at the proper
time, how good it is!—Proverbs

15.

LAST YEAR, the star of the
Infants Service Group dinner-
dance and show was to have
been Larry Best . . . but he
underwent surgery and couldn't
appear . . . However, this year,
March 1, at Latin Quarter, the
wonderful comic will definitely
headline the gala show being
planned .. . along with terrific
singing comedienne, Bobbie
Baker . . . Both Larry and
Bobbie are the tops, and a sen-
sational Infants Service Group
affair is on the agenda for
ultra-gala festivities . . . The
SRO sign will be out early so
get your ISG reservations as
soon as possible . . . Call Freda
Fisher, UN 1-8230 or Ellanore
Bronstein, 342-1327.

PUT MARCH 8 on your good
time calendar . . . That's the
date of the Purim Masquerade
Ball by Knights of Pythias, De-
troit Lodge #55, at its Castle
Hall, 15787 Wyoming . . . Prizes,
surprises, dancing, refreshments
are all the ingredients for a
much fun festing . . . Call Sid
Wolfson, 342-0464, or Herb Sap-
erstein, DI 1-4402, for tickets.
* *
CHILDREN'S DEPT . . . Joy
Rubin, daughter of Harriet and
Sol Rubin, just promoted to the
f o u r t h grade at Roosevelt
School, wept on the shoulder of
her teacher of the third grade.
. . . "Oh, Miss ," she
sobbed, "why aren't you smart
enough to teach me again this
term?"
* * *
Little Maurice Cohen was
asked by his Sholem Aleichem
Sunday School teacher, "If you
had a large, good apple and
a small, wormy one, and you
were told to divide it with your
brother, which would you give
him?" . . . Maurice answered,
"Do you mean my big brother
or my little brother?"
* *
THEY CALL IT "The Patt
Dynasty" . . That's the nick-
name hung on Alpha Epsilon Pi
at Wayne State U. . . . Stuart
Patt is president, the frat's
sweetheart, Harriet Schugar, is
his girlfriend; the treasurer,
Michael Zipser, is his first cou-
sin; the secretary, Harold Silk,
is his best friend, and his fa-
ther, Jack Patt, is president of
the fraternity's Parents Club.
LOOKING BACK ON COL-
UMNS OF YESTERYEARS
OCT 10, 1952 . . . FAVORITE
STORIES . . . by Eddie Young
. . . about the two Jewish refu-
gees who passed the home of
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. . . .
"If I had that man's millions,"
sighed one of them, "I'd be
richer than he is" . . . "That
doesn't make sense," the other
reminded him. "If you had Mr.
Rockefeller's millions, you'd be
Jewish Correspondent just as rich as he is—not rich-
er." . . . "You're wrong," the
Expelled From Libya
first assured him. "Don't forget
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Dr. that I could give Hebrew les-
Chaim Shoshkes, a correspon- sons on the side!"
dent for the Jewish Day-Journal
here, has been expelled from
Libya following his arrest by Israeli Scientist to Get
Libya police while he was visit- Medal of U.S. Group
JERUSALEM, ( J T A ) — Dr.
ing a Talmud Torah in Tripoli.
Dr. Shoshkes said a cabled Ernst Wertheimer, professor
report from Tunis published in emeritus of human biochemistry
the paper, that he was arrested at the Hebrew University, has
along with H. Rokach, head of been chosen this year's recipient
the Jewish community in Trip- of the Banting medal of the
oli. He said he was questioned American Diabetes Association.
for 14 hours mainly about his The medal was named for the
discoverer of insulin.
relations with Israel.

designed background and light-
ing of the new gallery; and the
sudden realization that all
these familiar names whose
works appear regularly at the
Royal Academy and the Tate
Gallery of Modern Art were
actually Jewish, aroused a sense
of justifiable pride in the im-
portant role played by Jewish
artists in England today. In-
deed, the great majority of the
artists on show have already
won public recognition, some
as leaders of the Young Con-
temporaries. Their styles range
from the abstract to figurative
and symbolic, and some resist
classification.
It is significant that about
half of the artists are ex-refu-
gees from Germany, Poland,
Czechoslovakia or Hungary, and
their east or mid-European,
spiritual roots are often dis-
cernible in their works.
Josef Herman, from Poland,
has been hailed as the Welsh
miners' artist, and his brood-
ing work exudes an earthiness
and feeling of kinship with
those who labour underground
and in the fields.
The sculpture of Max Sokol
(Berlin) evokes a similar hu-
manistic involvement, and some
of his best work, though in-
spired by the holocaust, is nev-
ertheless imbued with a belief
in Jewish survival. He has pro-
duced some very fine busts of
leading Jewish figures.
The Ben Uri is unique in that
there is no other non-profit
making, Jewish Art Society in
existence, but the Jewish people
who, by tradition, so generously
support such a wide variety of
causes, have not yet come to
realize the vital importance of
stimulating the creative talent
in our midst. Too often, it is
left to the non-Jew to encourage
the promise and potentiality of
our fellow-Jews before we our-
selves give them our belated
recognition.

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