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June 11, 1965 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-11

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Rescue at Sea Lauded by Coast Guard

Columbia University
Honors Prof. Baron

A fund to promote Jew-
ish historical study and research
has been established by Colum-
bia University in honor of Dr.
Salo W. Baron, Jewish his-
torian and professor emeritus in
Jewish history
at Columbia, it
was announced
here by Profes-
sor Robert D.
Cross, chairman
of the univer-
sity's history de-
partment. Prof.
Gross, who made
t h e announce-
A seriously ill sailor, Marinus Boom,
is hoisted aboard the
ment at a recep-
SS Shalom -in mid-ocean after being transferred from the Dutch
tion honoring Prof. Baron
freighter Alamak in one of the Shalom's motor lifeboats last month.
Prof. Baron on the occasion of his
The master of the Shalom, Captain Avner W. Freudenberg, was con-
70th birthady, said that the fund,
gratulated by the U.S. Coast Guard for this rescue at sea. The Zim
to be known as the Salo W. Baron
Lines flagship was bound for New York from Haifa and other
Fund for Jewish Historical
Mediterrean ports when it received the medical distress call.
Studies, would promote the publi-
The sailor Was cared for in the Shalom's fully equipped hospital
cation of scholarly works in Jew-
and two days later was well on the way to recovery.
ish history and literature and
also would be used to finance
lectures at the university on spe-
Israeli Banker Tells
cialized aspects of research in
of Development Plans
Jewish history. The fund, also will
Dr. David Horowitz, governor of
be used to initiate a series of
the Bank of Israel, will report on
group research projects in modern
Israel's economic problems and
Jewish history. A cable of greet-
development plans at a meeting
A tradition of respect for the ings from Israel President Zalman
of the national
dead that dates back nearly 4,000 Shazar, a former student of Pro-
executive corn trwg:
years was outlined in a speech by fessor Baron, was read to the
mittee of t h
Temple Beth El Executive Secre- gathering.
Israel Bond
tary Irving I. Katz before the 1965
Organization
American Cemetery Association Kennedys Accept Book
Monday evening,
management institute recently at
at Delmonico
on JFK's Israel Talks
Michigan State University.
Hotel, New York,
NEW YORK (JTA)—Sen. Robert
Katz, the first Jew to deliver an
it was announc-
address before the ACA, pointed F. Kennedy accepted on behalf of
ed by Dr. Joseph
out that Abraham became the the Kennedy family the first copy
J. Schwartz, vice
father of our concept of burial and of a book published by the Zionist
president of
memorialization when he purchased Organization of America of all
Israel Bonds. A
the Cave of Machpelah from the writings and speeches on Israel,
leading planner
Zionism • and matters of related
Hittites in Hebron.
and architect of it
Quoting Scriptures on the corn- Jewish interest by the late Presi-
the fiscal and
dent Kennedy.
mandinent for _burial, "Return
economic
unto
the
ground
.
.
.
for
dust
The presentation was made at
Horowitz
policies of the
thou art, and unto dust shalt ceremonies here by Dr. Max Nuss-
State of Israel since its estab-
thou return" (Gen. 3:19), Katz baum, ZOA president, who headed
lishment, Dr. Horowitz will discuss
said the act of burial is regarded a group of ZOA leaders attending
various aspects of _the country's
as a mitzvah in Jewish life."
the ceremony. The hard-cover
economy including the program
Katz called ownership of a suit- book, entitled "John F. Kennedy
for wider industrialization and
able cemetery "one of the most im- on Israel, Zionism and Jewish
increasing Israel's export trade.
portant and personal phases of the Issues," was published by Herzl
congregation's religious program." Press. It was compiled by Ernest
"The congregational cemetery E. Barbarash, Zionist publicist.
has a twofold function in the corn
munity," Katz said, "It must pro-
vide a permanent and sacred rest-
ing place for those who have gone
before, and it must also become
a source of consolation to the liv-
ing. It reflects the culture and
concern of the congregation."

Jewish Tradition
on Burial Outlined
to Cemeterians

Frisco Topping Goal

U.S. Sculptress Designs
Medal, 'Lion of Israel'

WHITEFIELD, N.H. — United
States Medals of Whitefield, N.H.
has announced the release of a
new and unique medal, "Lion of
Israel," by New England prize-
winning sculptor, Elizabeth N..
Weistrop.
The three-inch bronze medal,
sculptured in high relief, was
struck in honor of the Jewish
faith and is believed to be the first
such medal designed by an Ameri-
can sculptor.
On one side, the Lion of Judah
guards the nine-branch Hanukah,
menorah symbol of freedom, and
the Star of David, emblem of the
Jewish faith.
On the reverse side, Moses de-
scends from Mount Sinai with the
Ten Commandments, reveals to
the Israelites the revelation of God
through the Law, with the words
"Hear 0 Israel, the Lord Our God,
the Lord Is One.
The sculptor recently won $1,000
awarded by the Society of Medal-
ists for the design of an original
medal.

SAN FRANCISCO ( JTA ) More
than $2,080,000 will have been
raised by the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration of San Francisco, Marin
County and the Peninsula by the
end of its current campaign, it was
reported by -Carl W. Stern, 1965
campaign chairman. Samuel A.
Ladar, president of the Federation,
said that this would represent the
largest campaign result in Federa-
tion history.

THE' DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 11, 1965-13

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the German- Israel reparation's
treaty, was honored on his 70th
birthday at a reception tendered
by the Israel mission in Cologne.
Dr. Felix Shinnar, head of the
mission, described Dr. Boehm as
one of the "righteous" to whom
Jews pay their high respects. He
said Prof. Boehm did much as
head of the reparations team and
that as a member of the Bunde-
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lower house and as assistant chair-
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day greetings sent by Israel Prem-
ier Levi Eshkol, Foreign Minister
Mrs. Golda Meir and former Prem-
ier David Ben-Gurion.
The event was also a - farewell
reception for Dr. Shinnar as he
ends his duties in Cologne and re-
turns to Israel soon.

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