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May 07, 1965 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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Top Woman Scientist in Israel
to Address Engineers in Detroit

Prof. Rahl Shalon, vice presi-
dent in charge of research at
Technion, Israel Institute of Tech-
nology, will address a special
meeting on "Building Research

two books on cement materials
and many scientific and technical
papers.
Polish-born Mrs. Shalon, a
graduate of the Technion, received
her first degree in 1930 and her
degree in civil engineering in
1931. She has been a member of
the Technion academic staff for
many years, serving on the Israel
Council for Higher Education and
Israel Council for Research and
Development, as well as several
other groups.

Library at WSU
to Exhibit Volumes
Acquired in Israel

PROF. RAHEL SHALON

Centers in Developing Nations"
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Rackham
Memorial Building.
Head of the building research
station and professor of civil en-
gineering, Prof. Shalon holds the
highest scientific office reached
by any woman in Israel. She is a
leading member of Israel's Coun-
cil of Research and Development.
The meeting is sponsored by
the American Technion Society
in cooperation with the Detroit
Chapters of the American Insti-
tute of Architects, American
Society of Civil Engineers and
Society of Women Engineers,
University of Detroit and Wayne
State University colleges of en-
gineering, Portland Cement As-
sociation Michigan districts and
American Concrete Institute.
Prof. Shalon recently served as
consultant to the Turkish govern-
ment on establishment of a build-
ing research center and conduct-
ed a survey on scientific man-
power in that country. She is a
member of the executive commit-
tee of the International Council
for Building Research, Study and
Documentation and is past presi-
dent of the International Union
of Testing and Research Labora-
tories for Materials and Struc-
tures. Prof. Shalon has written

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The Wayne State University Li-
brary recently joined a group of
18 research libraries which are
acquiring every book of general
interest and research value pub-
lished in Israel, as well as numer-
ous newspapers and journals. This
program of centralized purchase
and cataloging for books of cer-
tain countries is subsidized under
Public Law 480 by government-
held foreign currencies, and rep-
resents a new departure in inter-
library cooperation.
As the only library in the state
participating in the Israel pro-
gram, Wayne will become an area
resource for Israel's books and
periodicals. In accepting the in-
vitation to join the program, the
university library took a step in
line with its decision of about 10
years ago to build a major Judai-
ca collection in Michigan.
An exhibit of recently received
Israeli books and journals will
be held at the library from May
23 through June 2.

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schlossberg of
W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Gloria Jean to David Allen Cohen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen
of Stratford Ave., Oak Park.
The prospective bridegroom is a
graduate of Wayne State Univer-
sity's college of education.
A July 11 wedding is planned.

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Chajes to Be Feted
at May 11 Concert;
25 Years at Center

A reception will be held for Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra Director
Julius Chajes at the conclusion of
the orchestra's concert at the
Jewish Center 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The reception, according to
Mrs. Jack Bean, chairman of the
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Chajes

of the Center Symphony, will
honor Chajes' 25th anniversary as
conductor of the Center's orches-
tra.
All concert goers that evening
are invited to the reception, hosted
by the Friends of the Symphony
group. A special silver anniversary
presentation will be made to Cha-
jes by Center President Milton J.
Miller, following the concert in-
termission.
The last of this season's Tues-
day evening series performances,

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Mischa Kottler in Chopin's Piano
Concerto No. 2 in F Minor. Also
on the program will be Chajes'
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The Zionist Council of Detroit
at its meeting Monday elected

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Labor Zionist Order, Habonim, Ha-

Residents corresponding with erect by our claims and inquiry
friends or relatives in a foreign clerks, are delayed a day or two

on personal mail to show the re-
turn address. Overseas correspon-
dents could use these as an address
on the letters they send.
According to Detroit Postmaster
E. L. Baker, "Every week we
receive hundreds of illegibly ad-
dressed letters from overseas,
some of which must ultimately be
returned to the sender and others
which, though eventually deciph-

Lieberman Heads
Zionist Council

Morris Lieberman chairman.
Other officers are Jerome Kel-
man, Carmi Slomovitz and Mrs.
David J. Schachter, vice chairmen;
Mrs. I. Walter Silver and Mrs.
Milton Weiss, secretaries; Movsas
Goldoftas, treasurer; and Morris
Lifshay, Community Council dele-
gate.
All constituent
.iorganizations are
asked to elect or
appoint delegates
to represent their
organization to
the Zionist Coun-
cil of Detroit.
These organ i-
zations are
Americans for
Lieberman Progressive Is-

Post Office Suggests Way to Speed Foreign Mail

Midrasha, Teachers
to Mark 'Israel's Day'

The Federation of Hebrew
Teachers and Principals, together
with the students of the Midrasha,
College of Hebrew Studies, will
celebrate Israel's Independence
Day 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Es-
ther Berman Building.
Dancing and singing will be
featured, and refreshments will be
served. The Hebrew-speaking pub-
lic is invited at no charge.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, May 7, 1965

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