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August 07, 1964 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-07

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Detroit Alpha Omega Delegation to Participate
in Dedication of Dental School at Jerusalem

Detroit's pioneering efforts in
the establishment of the Hebrew
University-Hadassah S cho o l of
Dentistry in Jerusalem will be in
evidence at the dedication of the
new dental building, in Jerusalem,
Aug. 11-13.
Representatives of Detroit's
chapter of Alpha Omega Dental
Fraternity, founder of the dental
school, who have left to partici-
pate in the dedication ceremonies,
include the following:
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Becker, Dr.
Louis Galin, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Goodstein, Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Maxmen and son Robert, Dr. and
Mrs. Martin Naimark, Dr. and Mrs.
Leo Shipko, Dr. Leonard Sidlow,
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Stulberg, and
Dr. and Mrs. Milton Superstine.
Participating in the scientific
program of the International
Dental Congress in conjunction
with the dedication exercises are
Drs. Harold Maxmen, Leonard
Sidlow and Samuel Stulberg.
Dr. Louis Galin is chairman of
the supporting alumni committee

HEBREW UNIVERSITY-HADASSAH SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY
FOUNDED BY ALPHA OMEGA FRATERNITY

dontics at New York University,
and Dr. Gilbert Robin, associate
professor in charge of postgradu-
ate dental education at the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, to schools
and dental associations in Hono-
lulu, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand,
Greece and in Israel.
Dr. Naimark, one of the Detroit
Alpha Omega leaders at the Jeru-
salem ceremonies, stated that the
dedication ceremony will be high-
lighted by speeches by the Presi-
dent of Israel, Zalman Shazar; the
president of Hadassah Women's
Organization, Mrs. Siegfried Kra-
marsky; President Eliahu Elath of
the Hebrew University; and Dean
Ino Sciaky of the dental school
Alpha Omega has raised $1,-
500,000 for the building of the
dental school and the establish-
ment of the Alpha Omega Re-
search and Postgraduate Center.
Detroit's chapter was among the
pioneers in this effort.
In November 1953, Alpha Omega
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DR. MARTIN NAIMARK

and the Alpha Omega Research
and Post Graduate Center.
Handling public relations and
publicity with the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
is Dr. Martin Naimark.
Dr. Marvin C. Goldstein, inter-
national president of Alpha
Omega. announced that Alpha
Omegans and
dentists from
throughout t h e
worl d are ex-
pected to attend
t h e dedication
program wh i ch
will include a
scientific session
given by some of
the foremost den-
•tal scientists in
Dr. Goldstein the world.
As part of the over-all dedication
year, Dr. Goldstein, an Atlant4
orthodontist, is leading a group of
Alpha Omegans and their wives

DR. LEONARD SIDLOW

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established a provisional dental
school with 15 pre-dental students.
Since that time it has been raising
the necessary funds and received a
boost from the J. M. Kaplan Foun-
dation of New York through Mau-
rice Levin of a donation of $250,-
000 to build the building itself.
This will be the only class A dental
school in the entire Middle East.
The top floor of the school
has been designated the Alpha
Omega Graduate Center and
Alpha Omega will send foremost
dental scientists from throughout
the world to give refresher .
courses for Israel's dentists.
Hebrew University and Alpha
Omega Fraternity extended to
dentists and dental organizations
throughout the world an invitation
to participate in the important
event of the dental profession in
the Middle East.

Altman Hour Ends Rochelle Ellen Stein
33 Years on Radio to Wed Jerald Gach

A Detroit Jewish community in-
stitution—the Altman Hour—has
been discontinued after 33 years
on radio.
WJLB program director Richard
Desautel said the station was
forced to cancel the program be-
cause of a lack of community inter-
est.
He explained that the gauge of
interest—mail, phone calls, adver-
tising — is applied to all ethnic
broadcasts, and "we were forced
to discontinue the Jewish program
as well as another." There are 13
ethnic groups currently represented
on WJLB.
Nathan Siegel, director of the
Altman Hour, has hosted both the
Saturday night and Sunday morn-
ing programs for the past 14
years. He took over the job from
Mrs. Hyman Altman, who had suc-
ceeded her husband as program
narrator.
The late Mr. Altman founded
the news-music broadcast as a Yid-
dish program. Siegel initiated the
English
broadcast on Sunday morn-
.
ing, but the Saturday night pro-
gram continued to be in Yiddish.

MISS ROCHELLE STEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Stein, 16531
Kentucky, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Rochelle
Ellen, to Jerald Stuart Gach, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gach, 17500
Wildemere.
The bride attended Eastern
Michigan University and now is a
senior in the Wayne State Uni-
versity College of Education. Her
fiance, a graduate of EMU, attends
Hebrew U. Presents
the Des Moines College of Osteo-
Doctorate to Prof. Sabin
pathic Medicine and Surgery. He is
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prof. Al- affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi
bert Sabin, the American developer Fraternity.
of live virus vaccine against polio,
The couple plans a July 4, 1965,
was awarded an honorary doctorate wedding.
by the Hebrew University. In his
address at the ceremonies, Dr.
For the HY Spot
Sabin stressed Israel's role as a
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pilot plant for the world's develop-
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ing countries.
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Ehahu Elath, president of the
university, noted Dr. Sabin's assis-
And His Orchestra
tance in organizing the university's
(Hy Utchenik)
medical school virology depart-
ment, now u n der construction,
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which will be named for Ted Chan-
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ock, of Los Angeles.

Hy Herman

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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "The Relationship Be-
tween Judaism and Contemporary
Literature," with Rabbi Ezra Spice-
handler, professor of Hebrew
literature at Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion,
Cincinnati; and Paul Kresh, editor
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregation's official publication,
"American Judaisin."
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ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: The tenth of a series
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of the Bible" features poet Mark
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State Unversity, will analyze the
development of the Talmud and its
current relevance.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Stories from Jewish
Lore."

on a trip around the world to be
culminated by the dedication of
An elephant cannot pass
the dental school. Lectures will be through the eye of a needle.—
given by Dr. Goldstein, Dr. Frank Berechoth 55.
Beube, professor of periodontia at
Columbia University, Dr. Sidney THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 7, 1964 19
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