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September 09, 1966 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-09

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Polk to Be Bride
of Alan Gordon Lipson

People Make News

/–

DAVID SCHWARTZ, Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency columnist, is the
author of a new book, "Yankees,
Yes," published here this week.
Schwartz collected little known
aspects of the lives of famous peo-
ple and reports on them in his
new book.
* * *
The Jewish National Fund's
board of directors honored JOS-
EPH WEITZ who, after 47 years of
service, has retired from active
work in the JNF. Weitz agreed to
the board's request to continue to
function as one of its members.
Weitz' work in planning, land ac-
quisition and settlement before
statehood, and in reclamation and
afforestation since then, was
stressed.

*

* *

MICHAEL DAROFF, president
and chairman of the board of Bo-
tany Industries, has been appointed
chairman of the sponsors commit-
tee for the United Nations Ball to
be held at New York's Waldorf
Astoria hotel Oct. 21. The proceeds
go to the association to help its
activities in education, research
and dissemination of information.
Serving with Daroff as general co-
chairmen for the ball will be Mrs.
Arthur J._ Goldberg, wife of the
U.S. ambassador to the UN, and
Mrs. Francis T. P. Plimpton, wife
of the former deputy U.S. ambas-
sador. President arid Mrs. Lyndon
Johnson are honorary patrons of
the ball.

* * *

Zim Lines announced the ap-
pointment of Mrs. ANNE MEYER
of New York City and Miami Beach
as hostess aboard the 25,300-gross-
ton luxury liner Shalom, flagship
of the Zim Lines fleet. ,Mrs. Meyer
began her duties on Aug. 30
when the Shalom sailed on a 48-
day cruise to the Mediterranean.
She will also be hostess during the
Shalom's nine Caribbean cruises
between Nov. 2 and Feb. 28.
* * *
ARTHUR C. BECKER, 25275
Kildare, Southfield, was appointed
director and chairman of the 18th
District civil defense committee by
Commander Thaddeus Mieczkow-
ski of the 18th District Oakland
County American Legion. Becker is
also the director of civil defense in
the city of Southfield and chairman
of civil defense and outer space of
the American Legion Southfield
Post 407. He served in World War
II and was wounded three times,
receiving many decorations. Gov .
Romney appointed Becker to his
Food for Peace Council and he is
also on the special advisory com-
mittee of the president, U.S. Civil
Defense Council.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. LOUIS ZUCKER-
MAN of 5167 Corners Drive, Bir-
mingham, participated in a New
York Life Insurance Co. educa-
tional conference in the Concord
Hotel, Kiamesha Lake, N.Y. Mrs.
Zuckerman, whose husband is a
representative of the Detroit gen-
eral office, was a panel speaker
before the 500 home office execu-
tives and leading agents from all
sections of the United States and
Canada, discussing ways a wife can
help her husband in life insurance
selling. Mr. Zuckerman was the
principal speaker at another meet-
ing.
* * *
Prof. ISRAEL GEDERBAUM,
dean of the factulty of electrical
engineering at the Technion—Is-
rael Institute of Technology, was
invited to lecture and present
some applications of graph theory
to the field of electrical networks
at the NATO Advanced Study In-
stitute, in Trieste, Italy, Aug. 28-
Sept. 12. Another Technion staff
member, Prof. MO R DECHAI
LINDEMAN of the department of
physics, has been invited to give
a series of lectures on experimen-
tal nuclear physics at the Univer-
sity of Utrecht, Holland. During
his stay at Utrecht, Prof. Linde-
man will take part in research
work in experimental nuclear
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Atty. Gen. Frank J. Kelley an-
nounced the appointment of SOLO-
MON H. BIENENFELD, attorney
for Wayne State University and
associate professor of law at the
university, as an assistant attorney
general. Bienenfeld, who has beer.
associated with the university for
more than 15 years, will be placed
on special assignment directly to
the attorney general and will be-
came a member of the opinion re-
view board in the attorney general's
office. Kelley earlier this year be-
gan an effort to recruit prominent
academic personnel to the career
staff of the attorney general's of-
fice. Bienenfeld, 46, of Livonia,
will move to Lansing with his wife
and three children when he begins
work Sept. 19. A native of New
York City, he has a bachelor of
arts degree from Wayne State Uni-
versity, a bachelor of laws degree
from Wayne, and a masters degree.
from Harvard Law School.
* * *
Dr. M. C. WEILER of the Jewish
National Fund in Jerusalem has
donated valuable urban property
to the JNF as a living legacy. Dr.
Weiler, formerly one of the top
spiritual and Zionist leaders in
South Africa, settled in Israel sev-
eral years ago, where he has since
served as adviser to the chairman
of the board of directors at the
JNF headquarters in Jerusalem.
- He will shortly undertake a two-
month mission for the JNF to
Australia and New Zealand.

Agricultural Engineering
for Foreign Students

HAIFA — An international -ad-
vanced course in agricultural en-
gineering is to be offered at Tech-
nion, Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy, this year.
The course it intended to meet
the urgent and frequently ex-
pressed need for training in the
various branches of agricultural
engineering, particularly for engi-
neers about to start work on de-
velopment programs in the field.
It is sponsored by the depart-
ment for international co-operation
of the ministry for foreign affairs,
and details of the study program
were planned in consultation with
UNESCO and FAO.

Friday, September 9, 1966-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DO/lild

Deadline Today for New Year Issue

Deadline for all copy for the New Year will be at noon
today.
_Deadline for classified ads for the New Year issue will be
at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13.

A-Energy Expert Urges
Israel to Embark on
Modest Space Program

MISS DONNA POLK

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Polk,
25770 Dundee, Royal Oak, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Donna Marilyn to Alan
Gordon Lipson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott N. Lipson, 1300 Lafayette.
The bride-to-be is a senior at the
University of Michigan, where she
is affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon
Sorority. She also studied at the
UniVersity of Grenoble, France.
Her fiance was graduated from the
University of Michigan in 1965 and
currently is a junior at the Uni-
versity of Michigan Law School.
A May 21 wedding is planned.

Jewish Intellectuals View
Needs at Argentina Parley

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—A two-
day conference on Jewish identity
ended in Cordoba City with an ap-
peal for deeper religious commit-
ment on the part of Jewish inter-
lectuals, who were described as ab-
sent from Jewish life in Argen-
tina. Problems of Jewish education
also were considered.
The conference was attended by
27 university professors, members
of the Argentine judiciary, former
Congressmen and a number of
leading Jevis from all parts of the
country.
The event was sponsored by the
Latin American office of the
American Jewish Committee, the
Hebraic Society of Cordoba and
the Cordoba chapter of the Wom-
en's International Zionist Organi-
zation.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The science
of rocket propulsion is sufficiently
advanced in Israel to support a
modest space research program,
according to Prof. E. D. Berg-
mann, former chairman of Israel's
Atomic Energy Commission and
now a member of the National
Committee for Space Research.
Prof. Bergmann told a sym-
positun of scientists here that it
was important for Israel to partici-
pate in space research, even on a
modest scale and even if "we have
to be a satellite of a satellite."
The symposium was part of the
Bath-Sheva Seminar on Planetary
Physics, .held at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity.
Dr. Bergmann said the commit-
tee favored research "with the
help of meteorological rockets
which might, after years of work,
culminate in the ability to design
a satellite." He said, however, that
he did not know whether the corn-
mitte would get the funds for the
suggested research program.
Prof. W. Suomi of the University
of Wisconsin, told the symposium
that Israel's Space Research Insti-
tute was designing a receiving sta-
tion for satellites now in orbit.

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