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November 04, 1966 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-04

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Gen. Dori Describes Technion's
Role in Israel's Economic Status

Addressing the annual dinner of
Detroit chapter of American Tech-
nion Society, at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Sunday night, General Dori,
Israel's first army chief of staff,
past president of the Haifa Tech-
Ilion, described the reinforcement
of Israel's economy based on a
diversification of its industry and
Technion's role in supplying the
brain power through engineering,
technology and science to stabilize
and maintain this industry.
"Israel's economy is irrefutably
enmeshed in Technion's ability to
turn out technicians, engineers and
scientists" Dori stated. "Since Is-
rael does not have access to un-
limited raw materials it must rely
on the ingenuity, intelligence, and
the scientific technological know-
how of its people."
"With the advent of mass immi-

Janelle Hunt Evgagea

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Anti-Nazi Group Is Formed Here

to 1.1-r. David I. Miller

gration to Israel of Jews from the
Arab and Asian countries it is
most imperative for the economy
of Israel that a system of voca-
tional training in the secondary
schools of Israel be established,"
Dori said. "The Technion is the
Only source of teacher supply for
this much needed course of train-
ing."
Dori went on to point out the
necessity of maintaining and
strengthening the existing part-
nership of the American Jewry
and Technion, "if Technion is
to continue to grow strong and
help bolster Israel's sagging
economy."
Robert Brody, president of the
Detroit Technion chapter, presided.
During General Dori's stay in
Detroit, he was entertained by Mr.
MISS JANELLE HUNT
and Mrs. Peter Beardall, Mr. and
Miss
Alice M. Hunt, 412 Moran,
Mrs. Sam Grand, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Brody, Dr. and Mrs. Jo- Grosse Pointe Farms, announces
seph N. Epel, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- the engagement of her daughter
ton Pilhashy, Mr and Mrs. Irwin Janelle Alice to David I. Miller,
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller,
Wilk and others. General Dori also 2 6 0 8 8 Huntington, Huntington
discussed with Max M. Fisher the Woods. Miss Hunt is the daughter
Irwin I. Cohn has been named many problems which face Israel of the late Louis L. Hunt.
chairman of the pre-campaign col- and Technion and the benefit they
Mr. Miller holds bachelors and
lection committee of the Jewish mutually bestow one on the other. masters degrees from the Univer-
Welfare Federation, Hyman Saf-
sity of Michigan.
ran, president, announced.
The couple plans a February
Actor
Michael
Goodman
Cohn, a former chairman of the
wedding.
Allied Jewish Campaign and 1961 Starred on Yiddish Stage,
recipient of the Fred M. Butzel Now in Center Production
Memorial Award for Distinguished
Michael Goodman who plays a Museum of Modern Art
Communal Service, is a member leading role in the Jewish Center's
Shows Epstein Busts
of the board of governors of Fed- production of
eration.
NEW YORK—The Museum of
"Death of a
The committee is working on Salesman," was
Modern Art placed seven portrait
the collection of large pledges a singer, dancer
sculptures by Sir Jacob Epstein
made to the Allied Jewish Cam- and actor assoc-
on display last week in the main
floor gallery reserved for showing
paign during the 1965 and 1966 iated with the
recent acquisitions.
drives.
Yiddish Theater
Cohn's Committee supplements i n Detroit f o r
The late Sir Jacob, born in 1880
the work of the Collection Review over 10 years.
in Lower East Side New York,
studied art in Paris but became
Committee by Paul Broder.
While working
a British subject. He is best known
Mrs. David Handleman and on the Yiddish
for his series of portrait sculptures
Mrs. Joel Tauber have been stage, he ap-
that led to a knighthood.
named co-chairmen of the cash peared with the
Goodman
Six of the portraits on display
mobilization committee of the famous Menasha Skulnik.
are
original plasters donated on
Federation Women's Division by
Goodman has also done much
Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, presi- radio and television work. At the behalf of the artist's estate by his
widow. Subjects include filmmaker
dent of the division.
Center Theater he has been in sev-
Appointed as vice-chairmen were eral productions, including "The Robert Flaherty; Haile Selassie,
Mrs. Dennis Rands and Mrs. Tenth Man" and "Tevya and His the emperor of Ethiopia; and the
late Pandit Nehru, Indian political
Michael A. Travis.
Daughters."
leader.
The committee is reminding
women contributors to the Allied
Jewish Campaign that cash is
needed immediately to fulfill com-
mitments to local, national and
overseas agencies.

Cash Collection
Chairmen Named
by Federation

A group whose goal is to see
Nazism outlawed in the United
States has been formed here.
Hyman Shenkman, an organizer
of AFON (Action for Outlawing
Nazism) said a large gathering
met at Young Israel of Oak-Woods
Sunday to discuss the "moral ob-
ligation in the challenge of the
grawing Nazi menace, as well as
its legality.
"We've been waiting on the
sidelines too long, and it's time
we woke up and did something
about it," he said.
AFON's aims are twofold: to

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of the dangers of Nazism and to
find illegal aspects of Nazism
here so its eventual outlawing may
be achieved.
A member of a MAS historical
commission which gathered Nazi
evidence after the war in Ger-
many, Shenkman has helped pub-
lish 12 volumes in Yiddish on the
extermination of European Jewry.
For information on the group,
call him at KE 7-2110.

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Taking a good look at one of the recently acquired volumes of
the Irwin I. Cohn Reference Collection in Jewish Studies are United
Hebrew School Superintendent Albert Elazar (left) and Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn.

On the occasion of Irwin I. Cohn's 70th birthday his ,family and
friends honored him by establishing the Irwin I. Cohn Reference
0 Collection in Jewish Studies,. as part of the United Hebrew Schools
main library.
This section of the UHS library will house a wide range of
Judaic reference materials and will include as a major item a com-
plete catalogue of the holdings of the 230,000-volume Klau Library
of the Hebrew Union College.
The acquisition of these volumes will enable students, teachers,
scholars and others interested in Jewish studies to have access to the
Klau Library through inter-library loans.
Cohn has been a member of the United Hebrew Schools board of
directors since 1945. His interest in Jewish education was manifested
in 1962 by a substantial contribution to the UHS toward the con-
struction of the Maly and Samuel Cohn Branch in memory of his
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