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October 28, 1966 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-28

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People Make News

Dr. BARUCH GIVONI, head of
the department of building clima-
tology at Technion's building re-
search station, has been awarded
two overseas research grants which
are to be administered by the Tech-
nion Research and Development
Foundation. A Ford Foundation
grant of 40,000 pounds ($13,333)
is to cover a two-year research
project on the effect of orientation
and details of windows and fixed
shading devices for indoor temp-
erature and illumination conditions
of classrooms. The U.S. Public
Health Service is sponsoring a
two-year research program at a
cost of 90,000 pounds ($30,000) on
the effect of solar radiation on
physiological heat strain in relation
to work and clothing.
* * *
President Johnson has approved
appointment of REUBEN STERN-
FELD, an expert on international
development, as alternate U.S.
executive director of the Inter-
A m e r i c an Development Bank.
Sternfeld, who attended Talmud
Tora in Baltimore, visited Israel
in the course of his duties with
the U.S. Agency for International
Development. He has been asso-
ciate U.S. coordinator for the Al-
liance for Progress since 1965. In
his new post at the Inter-Ameri-
can Development Bank, Sternfeld
will serve as alternate to the direc.
tor, True Davis.
* * *
Prof. LUISA BONFIGLIOLI of
the department of mathematics of
the Technion, Israel Institute of
Technology, has received the
American Society for Engineering
Education Award for Descriptive
Geometry for "her scholarly con-
tribution to the science of descrip-
tive geometry." Prof. Bonfiglioli
has returned to Israel from a sab-
batical year spent as visiting post-
doctoral research fellow at Prince-
ton University.
* *
DAVID LIPPITT was among
Indianapolis Life Insurance Com-
pany's leading agents in Michigan
for the month of September, and
he ranked 7th among all company
agents in the nation, Arnold Berg,
vice-president and director of
agencies, announced.
* * *
Attorney SAMUEL W. LEIB was
in Cleveland last weekend to at-
tend the annual meeting of the
board of trustees of Bellefaire.

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MRS. SAM (DORIS) FISHMAN,
MARVIN A. ARONOVITZ, foot
president of the Detroit Council specialist of Warren, has been
of Pioneer Women, is one of 19 out- elected secretary-treasurer of the
standing members of the national Michigan State Podiatry Associa.
organization who will attend a four- tion at their 51st annual meeting
week Pioneer Women Leadership at Boyne Mountain Lodge, Boyne
Seminar in Israel. The seminar is Falls, Mich. He attended Eastern
sponsored by Pioneer Women in Michigan University and graduated
conjunction with its sister organi- from Ohio College of Podiatry in
zation, Moetzet Hapoalot and the 1963 and has been a practicing
organization department of the physician and surgeon of the foot
Jewish Agency. The women were in Warren since that time. His
selected from among nearly 50,000 community interests are reflected
Pioneer Women members on the by his activities in Rotary, Ma-
basis of .\organizational capability comb County Crippled Childf-en
and demonstrated leadership po- Society and membership in Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
tential.
*
*
*
LLOYD H. WESTON has been
The Jewish National Fund of
appointed editor of the Addison, America announced appointment
Ill., News-Bulletin in suburban of SAMUEL J. DAROFF, Phila-
Chicago. A 1964 graduate of delphia Jewish communal and
Wayne State University, Weston Zionist leader, as chairman of a'
has most recently been an active national committee to honor Is-
free lance publicist and publica- rael's former Prime Minister David
tions consultant. He is the son of Ben-Gurion, in connection with his
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Safir, 80th birthday. Herman L. Weis-
18108 Kentucky.
man, president of the JNF, said
* * *
the committee will be made up of
The American labor leader, 100 leading American Jews. Daroff
PATRICK E. GORMAN of Chicago will lead a JNF project to estab-
was honored at Rehovot at the lish a Ben-Gurion park around
dedication of a scientific research Dimona, the Negev city projected
chair named for him at the Weiz- by the former prime minister. The
mann Institute of Science. The en- Ben-Gurion Park, a 150-acre site,
dowment of the chair was made will include a forest and land for
possible by Gorman's associates in a hospital and sports stadium,
* * *
the 400,000-strong Amalgamated
Meat Cutters and Butchers Work-
FREDERICK R. MANN. Phil-
men Union of North America, of adelphia businessman active in
which he is the international secre- philanthropic enterprises in Israel,
tary-treasurer.
was named by the White House
* * *
as an alternate representative of
Gen. LEVI C.ARDOSO became the United States to the forthcom-
the first Jewish marshal in the ing 14th session of the United
Brazilian Army Sunday when he Nations Educational, Scientific
was elevated to that rank on his and Cultural Organization.
retirement by President Castelo
* * *
Branco. Gen. Cardoso is one of five
Rabbi RICHARD C. HERTZ of
Jewish generals in the Brazilian Temple Beth El will represent the
armed forces. One of them is a Jewish Chautauqua Society as lec-
brother of Levi Cardoso, who is turer at Mercy College of Detroit
active in the Jewish community.
11 a.m. Nov. 11. He will speak at
* * *
the assembly on "The Challenge of
Rabbi ARTHUR GILBERT, di- the Hebrew Prophets — Their
rector of the Anti-Defamation Contribution and Their Relevancy."
League's department of religious
* *
curriculum research, is attending
LARRY PAR SKY currently
the World Congress on Evangelism teaching in the Roseville Public
in Berlin, a 10th anniversary proj- Schools has had three mathema-
ect sponsored by the conservative tics workbooks published, all
Protestant fortnightly, Christianity geared for use with mentally re-
Today. It will run through Nov. 4. tarded high school adolescents and
Rabbi Gilbert, who last year com- in the numerous adult education
pleted a Ford Foundation-spon- programs for the culturally dis-
sored project on religious freedom
and public affairs for the National advantaged. Parsky, a senior
special education teacher in Rose-
Conference of Christians and Jews,
has long been active in the ecu- ville High School, also teaches
adult basic education for the High-
menical movement.
land Park Public Schools. He re-
* *
ceived both his bachelors and
Six eminent public figures, three masters degrees at Wayne State
Israelis, two Americans and one University. Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Canadian, were elected to the David Parsky, he lives on Lesure
Weizmann Institute's board of gov- Ave.
ernors at its annual general meet-
* * *
ing.
Prof. ROBERT B. WOODWARD,
They are MORRIS B. ABRAM
of New York, prominent lawyer who was awarded the Nobel
and president of the American Prize for Chemistry in 1965, and
Jewish Committee; EPHRAIM is professor of organic chemistry
ILIN of Haifa, Israeli industrialist; at Harvard University, received
I. MEIER SEGALS of Montreal, the degree of doctor of science,
Canadian businessman; Dr. JO- honoris causa, at a special cere-
SEPH WEISS of Tel Aviv, direc- mony at the department of chem-
tor-general of the Delek Corp.; istry, Technion City.
• * *
ROBERT I. WISHNICK of New
York, chemicals industrialist; and
JACOB BLAUSTEIN of Balti-
the medical specialist Prof. HER- more has been named to receive
MAN ZONDEK of Jerusalem. The the 1966 Scopus Award, it was
executive council appointed Prof. announced here by Nathaniel L.
Mordhay Avron as head of the bio- Goldstein, president of the Ameri-
chemistry section for a three-year can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
term and reappointed Prof. David versity. The award, which is the
Danon as head of the biological highest distinction given by the
ultrastructure section for an addi- American Friends, will be pre-
tional three-year term.
sented to Blaustein Nov. 21, at a
* * *
dinner in his honor at the Waldorf
NELSON GLUECK, president of Astoria in New York. Irving
Hebrew Union College-Jewish In- Mitchell Felt_of New York is chair-
stitute of Religion, was awarded man.
the honorary degree of Doctor of
Divinity by the Pacific School of
Copper at Timna
Religion in Berkley, Calif.
Israel's copper production at
* * *
Timna, in a plant built with Israel
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Bond aid, has been a growing
ABE FORTAS and FRANK source of foreign currency. In
ABRAMS of New York have been 1964-65, Timna showed a net profit
named the 1966 laureates of the of 9,500,000 Israel pounds, and pro-
Stephen S. Wise Award of the duction of copper cement rose to
American Jewish Congress. The 9,600 tons, much of which was for
awards will be presented at a din- export. Further expansion is ex-
ner Sunday evening, in. the .Plaza pected to bring the annual produc-
Hotel, New York.
tion to 15,000 tons by 1970.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 28, 1966 35

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Romney, Cavanagh Proclaim Israel
Week; Moshe Kol to Speak on Nov. 7

Governor George Romney and
Mayor Jerome Cavanagh are pro-
claiming the week of Nov. 7 as
Israel Week.
The event will be celebrated here
jointly by the Israel Government
Tourist Office, El Al Israel Air-
lines, Greek Lines and Sheraton
Hotels, at the Sheraton, starting
with a special function Nov. 7.
Menahem Eyal, midwest director
of the Israel Government Tourist
Office, announced that Israel Min-
ister of Tourism and Development
Moshe Kol will be guest speaker
at the Nov. 7 function.
For Kol, it will be his first visit
here in this post. In the 18 years
Israel has existed as an independ-
ent nation, he is only the second
person to hold the rank of a cabi-
net member responsible for Israel's
tourist development.
During his visit, Kol will meet
with members of the travel in-
dustry, leading members of the
Jewish community, the press and
other officials. His trip here is
viewed as a personal survey of
the American travel market which
will help him determine Israel's
future tourist activities and pro-
grams.
Kol has served in numerous
posts. He was one of the founders
of the General Zionist Workers
Movement, a member of the secre-

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All local tourist agencies are par-
ticipating in the Israel Week cele-
bration.

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is madness; for it is an injury to
the living, and the dead know it
not. —Xenophon

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