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January 13, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS)

16—Friday, January 13, 1967

Koufax's New Role

Baltimore Fund Celebrates Technion Fertilizer Study
BALTIMORE (JTA) — The 25th
to Help Boost Exports
anniversary of the Jewish Welfare

Fund of Baltimore was celebrated
at a luncheon meeting at which
Calman J. Zamoiski Jr. was nom-
inated for a second term as presi-
dent.

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French Jewish Students

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ISLE .....

to Expand Group Program

PARIS (JTA) — The 3.000-mem-
ber Jewish Students Union of
France opened its congress in Bor-
deaux to expand its program of
social and 'cultural activities and
support of Israel.
One of the problems is that the
student union has failed to capital-
ize on the tremendous recent ex-
pansion of French Jewry as a re-
sult of immigration from North
Africa. Other issues before the
congress are the situation of the
Jews-in the Soviet Union and anti-
Semitism in France.

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search and Development Founda-
tion. The work was carried out by
Mrs. S. Scherzer and Dr. J. Hagin,
associate professor in the Lowder-
milk Faculty of Agricultural En-
gineering and head of the fertilizer
development and soil fertility
laboratory. It deals with the value
and performance of potassium
metaphosphate, a highly concen-
trated form of potassium and
phosphate.
"For Israel to export her potas-
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raw materials, or even as partially
processed materials is," as Prof.
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SANDY KOUFAX displays his
new NBC sports coat in Los
Angeles after signing a 10-year
contract to broadcast and to de-
velop new programs and talent.

Chagall Yes or No?
Works Gone From
Moscow Gallery

MOSCOW — Tass, the Soviet
press agency, reported that several
works by Marc Chagall were in-
cluded in an exhibition of water
colors, thus giving rise to the
possibility that the Russian-born
artist was being "rehabilitated."
However, Raymond H. Anderson,
special correspondent to the New
York Times, said, upon checking,
that there were no Chagall works
on exhibit in the display. Chagall's
paintings were removed from So-
viet museums in the 1920s after he
had emigrated.
A Tass spokesman insisted

that the works had been "there
in the morning." But a correc-
tion deleting the name of
Chagall from the Tretyakov
Gallery exhibit was sent on the

Tass wire.
In Paris, friends of Chagall
called the whole affair as "a
tempest in a teapot," saying that
the gallery owns some of the most
important Chagall oils, but only
one major watercolor, a miniature.
They added that there had been
talk in Moscow for many years
about the possibility of exhibiting
Chagall anew.



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