THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, July 7, 1967
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Israeli Chief of Staff Gets Honorary Degree
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JERUSALEM (JTA- — Honorary
degrees were conferred this week
by the Hebrew University on a
number of leading personalities in
a ceremony held for the first time
in 19 years in the Hebrew Uni-
versity ampitheater on Mount
Scopntis. The area had been an
Israeli enclave surrounded by ter-
ritory seized by Jordan in the 1948
The degrees were conferred upon
Maj, Gen, Itzhak Rabin, Chief of
Staff, Israel Defense Forces: Is-
rael President Zalman Shazar.
Bank of Israel Governor David Hor-
owitz, Louis Boyar of Los Angeles
and Prof. Reinhold Niebuhr of
h shed lustre on the Jewish people
throughout the world, the Senate de-
cided to confer on Major-General Yitz-
hak Rabin the degree of
The citation to Gen. Rabin reads:
At its meeting on the 21st of June,
1967, the Senate of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem paid tribute to
of the Hebrew University
MAJOR-GENERAL YITZHAK RABIN
Major-General Yitzhak Rabin is hereby
as Chief of Staff '.of the Israel Defense
invested with all the dignity and privi-
Forces and architect of the victories leges pertaining to the Degree of
in 1967, and expressed its appreciat on Doctor.
to him and to his men for their bravery June, 1967
and devotion in delivering the State of
Israel from the dangers which encom-
passed it in the wake of Arab aggres -
sion. Mingled with its appreciation of
the greatness of their deeds was pro-
found gratitude for the return of Jeru-
salem as a whole to the borders of Is-
and the restoration to the Hebrew
Now, visits to Israel will include rael,
"The usual crowds gather again
University of Mount Scopus, the site
in the cities and villages in Israel all Shrines in Jerusalem and Beth- on which the University was established
and his ORCHESTRA
which it will return.
discussing events of the past and the Sea of Galilee. Holy places
of Its Best
As a son of Jerusalem, devoted to
hopes for the futu re. Israel is such as the Western (Wailing) the c ity and all it stands for, Yitzhak
for Your Guests"
Rabin followed a path in which he
Wall in Old Jerusalem. and Ra
again a quiet
his fate with that of the Jewish
chel's Tomb near Bethlehem which linked
oxle and its struggle for indepen-
were closed to Jewish visitors for
t rn t t t,
akry p ea
the past 20 years. are once again Palmach, tois
went hack to nor-
and the defence of Jerusalem
was charged with tasks
m a I just as
of great responsibility in the Israel)
swiftly as the
The Holy City is once again Defence Forces in which he was even-
open to everyone regardless of auallv el v - t
ise high office lie °f roglie
Staff*. in this
tion a few weeks
their faith. The visits can now be the
efforts of his predecessors to place I
made with one entrance formality.
rmy on foundations of solid plan-
ago." This is how
one guide and bus, and one cur- and systematic organization. and thanks
*rift Or fold.,
to his unique ability he succeeded so
entinently in this task that the Army
of the Israel Gov-
"We are sorry that so man} • was able to achieve those decisive vic-
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tories of recent days which rank among
people had to postpone their visits
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"Remember the Biblical command
his person. Yitzhak Rabin was a shining
h s visit here to
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example to the flower of Israel's youth,
who have now also revealed those same
address a special
and the people who dwelleth there
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In token of its deep appreciation of
travel opportunities in Israel.
the achievements and personal quali•
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Eyal added that all tourist fa-
ties of Yitzhak Rabin, and the achieve.
nients of the Israel Defence Forces
cilities such as hotels. touring
Travel Agents, Airline Personnel
Told Israel Tourism Back in Swing
FOR THE LIGHTEST TRANSPORTATION
NEXT TO FLYING
MRS. DAVID WEISBERG
Marilyn Sue Pershin. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Pershin of
W Outer Dr., and David Weisberg,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Weis
berg of Southfield Rd., Southfield.
married recently at Adas
Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi .lacob
E. Segal officiated
The bride nore a modified cage
gown of imported Alen con lace on!
English net over silk peau de
sole. The gonn was fashioned with
a Sabrina neckline, short flared
sleeves and a removable panel
style, court length train. A match-
ing lace petal toque held the full.'
tiered veil of English silk illusion.
She carried a French bouquet of busses. guides, recreation centers,
ivy, Phalaenopsis and baby's are hack to normal and ready to
welcanie the "Tourist Invasion."
It is expected that Israel will
Felice Pershin, sister of the
bride, at maid of honor. Brides- see a tremendous upsurge in Tour-
which was temporarily halted
maids wore Helen Foa, Karen As-
ton, Joan Mahler, Nancy Hertz- because of recent events. Eyal
pointed out that all previous for-
berg and Marijarte Schiff.
Steven Weisberg. brother of the malities are now valid also for the
bridegroom, served as best man.' new areas. American citizens are
Ushers were Steven Feldman, Al- exempt from securing a visa prior
exander Reisman, Richard Grant, i to entering Old Jerusalem, Beth-
Settler' Skelly, Lawrence Schiff , lehem, in Nazareth and around
and Neil Pershin, brother of the to departure for Israel. A visa is
granted free of charge at the port
bride. Honorary ushers were Pe-
ter Gold and Robert Rosenthal.
(Birth Jim nouncements
June 28 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence NI. Allan (Paula Jano-
witz). 15011 Jeanette, Southfield, a
June 26 -To Mr. and Mrs. Ash-
ley Gorman (Nancy Ellias), 2727
Woodstock. a son, Jonathan Scott.
June 21 — To Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Lebowitz ( Linda Raimil. 15575
Julie Bet h.
June 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
II. Moss (Sandra M. Chernick),
25275 Ridgecliff Drive. Southfield.
a daughter. Cynthia Denise.
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
REV. GOLDMAN L
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
Recommended by Physicians
June I5—To Lt. and Mrs. Ronald
Mazer (Carolyn Wemgarden),
former Detroiters residing at Scott
Air Force Base in Illinois, a son,
* * •
June 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
C. Gropman (Marlene Benach),
15350 Rosemary, Oak Park, a son,
• • •
To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Hen-
dricks (Sharon L. Goldfarb), for-
mer Detroiters of Anaheim, Calif.,
an adopted son, Roger Scott.
The fifth annual ITALIAN DAY
FESTIVAL, sponsored by the Dis-
trict Council of the Italian Sons and
Daughters of America, will be held
at the Michigan State Fairgrounds,
Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
This year's event is dedicated to
the memory of the late Arturo
Toscanini (1867-1957), the famed
''hasn't been to Israel yet because
Danny Kaye didn't give me per-
mission," helped the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation pass the
$3,000,000 mark for the Israel
Emergency Fund of the United
Jewish Appeal. He spoke at an
overflow fund-raising rally at the
Fontainebleau Hotel last night.
More than 600 persons attended,
and over 300 had to be turned
away for lack of room.
Hope, who was invited by Miami
Chairman Leonard Rosen, paid his
own air fare from Puerto Rico,
where he is making a film, and his
own hotel suite.
The rally results brought the
Florida state past $4,385,000. far
more than was ever raised for the
UJA in the community's history,
according to Chairman Rosen, who
increased his own gift to a record
$200,000, with Baltimore getting
credit for half of it. Not included in
the Greater Miami total was more
than half a million raised here but
credited to home communities by
The Arab -Lament
By ETHEL RUSSELL HULTANDER
Flint, M ich.
Mighty Nasser roared a challenge,
He let each word ring loud and clear.
Eighty million comrades answered,
Tell us Master! Let us hear!
Israel has not obeyed us,
Dare she refuse when we 3ay go?
Now it's time she learned a lesson,
Arabs speak. Is it not so'.
Let us fight, oh mighty warrior,
At your command slay, burn and loot,
Mother Russia here to guide us,
We will give U.N. the boot.
Get you gone, you are unwanted,
Fold your tents, and lower your flag,
Russian arms we long have gathered,
Gaza watching? Arab gag.
Brave and bold we Arab Nations,
Israel stands alone and weak,
Two million souls, none brave and bold,
Against such odds--comrades sneak.
Hours have passed, the dust was settled,
Russian arms in vast ruined heaps,
Arabs running, wrong direction,
Sneaking turned to backward leaps.
Hasten to the U.N. Masters,
Carry wild tales of lies and hate,
Call her off, the Israel bully,
They will help us seal her fate.
Faces lost they break relations,
The U.S.A. and England next.
Russia jumps into the fracas,
Imperialists pay! Tired text!
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June 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Schlussel (Rose Lynn Meckler),
21630 Stratford. Oak Park, a son,
June 18—To Mr. and Mrs. James
A. Michelson, 14111 Ludlow Place,
Oak Park, twin daughters, Pam-
ela Elizabeth and Laurie Jill.
Miami Emergency Fund
Passes $3 Million Mark
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in China in 1927 bloomed on June While
we deal the same old hand.
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