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May 15, 1964 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-15

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New Science Center Plans Unveiled Yeshiva University Will Present
Six Honorary Degrees on June 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 15, 1964

10

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Architect Armand Bartos of New York City has designed a
15-story Science Center which will be constructed at Yeshiva Univer-
sity's main campus in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan.
Major components of the multi-million dollar structure will be devoted
to physics, a computer center, mathematics, a nuclear reactor. physi-
cal chemistry, biophysics and astrophysics. The Science Center is
being built as part of the university's "Blueprint for the Sixties," a
$30,000,000 development program.

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SANTIAGO DE CHILE. (JTA) —
In an unusual show of monpartisian-
ship friendship toward Israel on
the part of all major political group-
ings in this country, from Conserva-
tives to Communists, the Senate of
Chile held a special session here in
celebration of the 16th anniversary
of the birth of modern Israel. Sen-
ator after another voiced high
praise for Israel's achievements.

JERUSALEM — An American-
backed archaeological expedition
has unearthed an ancient Edomite
fort on the western shore of the_
Dead Sea.
The walls of the fort consisted of
wooden beams wedged between
layers of stones and were essen-
tially preserved, according to Dr.
Yohanan Aharoni, who led the ex-
pedition sponsored by the Amer-
ican Institute of Holy Land Studies
and the Israeli government's de-
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U.S. Archaeologists
Find Dead Sea Fort
Taken by King David

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Six distinguished leaders in the arts, sciences and government
will receive honorary degrees at the 33rd annual commencement
of Yeshiva University, June 11. Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of
the University, who will preside over his 21st commencement, will
confer the degrees. The recipients are from left: upper row:
U.S. Senator Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, who will receive
a Doctor of Laws degree and will deliver the commencement
address; Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, United Nations Under Secretary for
Special Political Affairs who receives the Doctor of Humane Letters
degree; and Albert Parker, vice chairman of Yeshiva University's
Albert Einstein College of Medicine's board of overseers who
receives the Doctor of Laws degree; bottom row: Nobel Prize
winner Dr. Isidor I. Rabi, Higgins Professor of Physics at Columbia
University, who receives the Doctor of Humane Letters degree;
Alumnus Dr. Harry Polachek, technical director of the Applied
Mathematics Laboratory. David Taylor Model Basin, U.S. Navy in
Washington, D.C., who receives the Doctor of Humane Letters
degree; and Rabbi Simon Langer, of Cong. Orach Chaim in New
York, who receives the Doctor of Divinity degree.


Dr. Samuel Belkin, presi-
dent of Yeshiva University, an- 1
nounced plans for a $15 million
Science Development pr o g r a m
which would include the construc-
tion of a 15-story building at the
institution's Main Center in the
Washington Heights section of
Manhattan.

Canadian Mayor Leads
in Walkout From an
Anti-Semitic 'Seminar'

T OR ONT 0, (JTA) — Mayor
Leonard C. Jones, Jr., of Moncton,
N.B. — a city in the Maritime Pro-
vinces of Canada — led 15 other
persons in walking out of a "semi-
nar" he characterized as anti-Se-
mitic, and sent telegrams to lead-
ers of the dominion government
as well as to top officials of the
New Brunswick provincial govern-
ment. calling for an investigation
of the so-called Christian Action
Movement and its publications.
The incident occurred when
three leaders of the Christian Ac-
tion Movement opened the first: of
a series of three scheduled meet-
ings here. After Jones and the 15
others walked out, the "seminars"
were canceled.
According • to Jones, the move-
ment distributes anti-Semitic arti-
cles. Two of the movement's lead-
ers, Eric A. Butler and Ron Gostick,
also distribute the notorious anti-
Semitic canard, "The Protocols of
the Elders of Zion," Jones said.

The 1964 Mobil Travel
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resorts, and other similar
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out the country. For the
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