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April 14, 1967 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-14

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People Make News

A Boston University kidney ex-
pert, Dr. ARNOLD S. RELMAN,
an international leader in research
and practice in his field, has been
named chief of two of the major
medical services at Boston City
Hospital. The appointment of Dr.
Reiman, professor of medicine at
Boston University School of Medi-
eine, was announced jointly by
the Boston department of health
and hospitals and Boston Univer-
sity. The appointment will be ef-
fective July 1. Recipient of a cov-
eted Research Career Award from
the U.S. Public Health Service,
Dr. Reiman is editor of the Journal •
Of Clinical Investigation and chief
Of the kidney and electrolyte sec-
tion, Evans Department of Clinical
Research at Boston University
Medical Center.
• •
LEON DULTZIN. member of the
Jewish Agency executive who re-
cently resigned from a committee
post in the Gahal Herut-Liberal -
bloc, said here Tuesday that the
bloc could continue to exist only if
there was a change in the electoral
system in Israel and if Herut de-
fined its position with regard to
Israel's frontiers and Israel's rela-
tions with Germany. Dultzin, cur-
rently visiting Argentina, told a
press conference that the electoral
change was necessary to end the
splintered character of Israeli poli-
tics. He was replying to a question
about his resignation.

A Religious
Military Choir


A religious military choir, the first
of Its kind in 'Tzahal (The Israeli De-
fence Army). and in the whole world.
is soon to be set up through the initia•
tire of the Ililitary Chief Rabbinate.
The purpose of the choir is a double
One: It will be a synagogue choir for
the military sym,gognes on festi 5 als.
shabatnt and special prayers. The choir
will also appear on the lives of Shah-
at and at "(Meg Shabat - parties be-
fore the soldiers in the regiments. and
not only for the religious ones.
The choir will have a special roper
toire. There are eight members, ac•
eompanied by an acciirclionist. and they
sing tunes of all the Jewish COIIIIIIIIIIi•

ties.

Now they are learning a compost.
'non made up of mo tifs that charac-
set-
terize various rum mutinies. The
ting up ol this choir. which on Shah.
appear without musical ac-
at will
the problem
will solve
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of entertanment of the soldiers in
Tzahal on Shabbat.
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JUDGE EDWARD S. SILVER of
the Kings County Surrogate's
Court, will receive the 1967 Solo-
mon Bublick Award of the Hebrew ,
University, it was announced Tues-
day by former Attorney General
Nathaniel L. Goldstein, president
of the American Friends of the He-
brew University. The award will
be presented at a dinner in Judge
Silver's honor Monday at the Plaza
Hotel. William 0. Douglas, justice
of the United States Supreme
Court, will be the principal speak-
er. The award *presented in alter.
nate years to the person "who,
during the two years preceding the
* • •
award, has made the most signifi-
Israel President ZALMAN SHA- cant contribution to the progress
ZAR will head an international and development of Israel." David
gathering at the formal dedication Ben-Gurion was the first recipient
of the new building of the Paul in 1949.
• * *
Baerwald School of Social Work at
A non-Jewish survivor of the
the Hebrew University of Jerusa-
lem, April 19. This date will mark Nazi depredations in Poland, a
the end of the April 16-19 colloqu- graduate architect who is now earn-
ium attended by American, Euro- ing a living as a janitor in a public
pean, Far Eastern and Israeli library in the Bronx. is the artist
scholars in the behavioral sciences now exhibiting an interesting col-
lection of "Warsaw Ghetto Recol-
and by leaders in social welfare.
• *
lections" at the gallery of the The-
SAMUEL HOLZMAN, a retired odor Herzl Institute,515 Park Ave..
Coney Island concessionaire, has New York. WLADYSLAW BRZO-
donated funds for the establish- SKO has done four large oils on the
ment at New York University's Warsaw Ghetto, two of which are
College of Dentistry the institu- included in the current exhibit at
tion's first chair in endodontics, the Herzl Gallery. Along with these
according to an announcement by massive size oils, the exhibit in-
Dr. Raymond J. Nagle, dean of , eludes 34 smaller works in char-
the . college. Endodontics is the coal and water color, what he calls
newest dental specialty, using tech-
niques that permit dentists to save fragments of composition which
diseased or broken teeth without went into the making of his major
resort to extraction. The size of efforts.
the gift was not announced, but -
an endowment for a professorship
at NYU usually runs up to $500,-
000.,

The Mayflower Life Insurance
Co. of Michigan announces the ap-
pointment of Irving N. Weisberg
and Associates, 2766 W. 11 Mile,
Berkley, as a
general agent in
the Detroit area.
Weisberg is a life
a n d qualifying
member of the
Million Dollar
Round Table and
has been one of
the industry's
production lead-
ers for the past
six years. Weisberg

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*

ZEEV SHAREF. Israel minister
of trade and industry, arrived here
NIonday and had a conference
with Michael Stewart, secretary
of state for economic affairs. He
was given a reception by Douglas
Jay. hoard of trade president, at
the Lancaster House.



Finance Minister PINHAS SA-
PIR is in Bucharest at the head
of an Israeli delegation which will
di;cuss with highest Romanian
authorities the final phase of an
economic Pact between the two
governments. The pact was
reached here tentatively three
weeks ago when a delegation
from Romania visited Israel. The
finance minister's visit to Romania
is the first made by a member of
Israel's cabinet to any country in
Eastern Europe for the signing of
a bilateral agreement. Romania
will also participate in the 1967
International Agricultural and
Food Exhibit which will be held
in Tel Aviv in May and June,
exhibit officials announced.

Ground breaking for a new of-
fice building on the corner of Lee
Baker Drive and the service drive
of I-696 in the city of Southfield
will be held 2 p.m. Saturday. Part-
ners in the venture are ROGER
BOESKY. ALFRED REMENY, and
NORMAN L. LIPPITT. The struc-
ture. valued in excess of $650,000.
will have 18,000 square feet of
rentable floor area with 90 car
parking. Boesky and Lippitt will
soon open new offices in this new
building in conjunction with their
law practice.
*: •
Promotions to the rank of profes-
sor, associate professor, senior sci-
entist and research associate have
been approved by the executive
council of the Weizmann Institute
of Science, it was announced by
Institute President Meyer W. Weis-
gal in Rehovot. Dr. SHMUEL
SIITRIKMAN of the department of
electronics was promoted to pro-
fessor. Drs. ZEEV FRAENKEL,
JOEL GAT, AHARON NI R,
PHILIP RABINOWITZ, and ER-
NEST WINOCOUR to associate
professor. Dr. HAIM HARARI,
ZEEV LUZ, KURT ROSENFIECK
and ZEEV VAGER to senior sci-
entist.

Friday, April 14, 1967-15

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