HOWARD M. METZENBAUM of
Cleveland, national vice president
of the American Jewish Congress,
has been named chairman of the
golden jubilee convention of the
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14—Friday, January 12, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Youths Who Stole Tiara Receive Prison Terms
Dr. Raphelson Reads Paper at NYC Meeting
Dr. Alfred C. Raphelson, pro- tories as the most appropriate one
fessor of psychology at Flint Col- in which to investigate the contro-
lege of the University of Michigan, versial problem of transfer of
delivered a research paper at a learning between animals via the
meeting of the American Associa- injection of brain extractate be-
tion for the Advancement of Sci- tween animals.
ence in New York City recently.
The paper, "A Simplified Be-
havior Test of Brain Estractate
Transfer Effect in Rats," is author-
ed with Richard Gay, a former
Flint U. of M. student doing gradu-
ate work in psychology at Western
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JERUSALEM — Prison terms
were imposed Monday on two
youths who stole a gold tiara from
a statue in the Church of the Holy
Sepulcher in Jerusalem. Avraham
Reubeni, 18, was sentenced to four
to Address Forum
Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus
31st Annual Mid-Winter Concert
HARVEY SCHREIBMAN, Conductor
Featuring the Cantata
"THE MARCH TO SELMA"
CANTOR HAROLD ORBACH
Text: Malka Gottfried
Music: Vladimir Heifetx
The paper is an elaboration of
work done in a Flint U. of M.
course in psychology of learning.
It was published in July in "Psy-
Since its publication, the pro-
cedure has been adopted by sever-
al other major university labora-
Yiddish, English, Hebrew Folk Songs
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CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE
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Sunday, January 14,
1968, 8:30 p.m.
N.B.C. News Commentator
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years in prison. Efriam Yafeh, 21,
who has a previous criminal record,
was given a five-year prison term.
The tiara was recovered by Po-
lice and returned to the church a
few weeks after the theft lam
Abraham Carmel, first Catholic
priest since the 9th Century to
enter Judaism and author of "So
Strange My Path," will be the first
speaker in the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council's Forum '68 Series
8:30 p.m. Sunday at Cong. Beth
Israel. Tickets may be obtained
at the door.
With New Medal
Jan. 14 — Forum '68 Cultural Pro-
gram — Abraham Carmel, 8:30
p.m., Cong. Beth Israel.
Jan. 15 — City of Hope Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m., home of
Mrs. James Weisberg.
Jan. 16 — Temple Sisterhood Tora
Convocation, 10 a.m. 3 p.m.
Jan. 17 —Hadassah Meeting,
12:30 p.m., Cong. Beth Israel.
• • •
Hadassah will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Israel.
The program will feature a panel
discussion on "What Your Mem-
bers Want to Know." Moderator
will be Mrs. Harry Sherwin.
A Hanuka party with gifts and
refreshments was provided at the
Lapeer State Home Dec. 29. The
committee led by Mrs. Esther
Harris, chairman, included Mes-
dames Eva Fisher, Max Davis and
Esther Leavitt. Gifts and refresh-
ments were donated by Mrs.
Charles Hourvitz, Bernard Lovitsk,
Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Richard Siegel,
Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Leavitt, and
Mrs. Sol Schafer.
• • •
Delegates to the UJA Midwest
Leadership Institute at the Palmer
House in Chicago Jan. 12-13 are
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rubenstein,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Megdell,
Michael Pelavin, Dr. and Mrs. Leon
Rosky, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Suber
and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Geisser.
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created by Ralph J. Menconi, one of the leading U.S.
sculptors. The medal, which is being minted by
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can Israel Numismatic Association early in January
1968, to coincide with the visit of Mr. Eshkol to the
United States. All medals will be serially numbered
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