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May 24, 1968 - Image 31

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400,000 Arab Refugees
Enter Jordan Since War

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Th e
Amman Radio - reported that since
the June war, 35,000 refugees
from Gaza and 365,000 from East
Jordan have arrived. in Jordan. It
noted that last April alone 3,000
came in from Gaza, and another
1,000 from the eastern part of
Jordan.

The broadcast also emphasized
that as a consequence of the re-
cent clashes, "Arab =Vale in the
occupied areas improved, because
of the strengthened belief that
Israel's domination would soon
end."

activities in Society

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Agudath Israel Is Greeted by LBJ on 46th Year

NEW YORK (JTA) — More than
1,000
guests, including 200 rabbis,
Dr. Kennth A. Benjamin was honored at a recent reception given
by his mother, Mrs. Edward Benjamin, and his wife, Suzi, at the senior attended the 46th anniversary din-
Benjamin home, on Midway Rd., Southfield. It was the occasion of the ner of Agudath Israel of America
honoree's graduation cum laude from the University of Detroit's school here and heard Rabbi Moshe Fein-
of dentistry. Dr. Benjamin was honored by Alpha Omega Dental Fra- stein, chairman of the Council of
ternity with an award for his high scholastic achievements. The Benja- Tora Sages of Agudath Israel, ex-
mins will be leaving June 15 for Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita hort Jews to "live their Jewishness
Falls, Tex., where Dr. Benjamin will report for basic training, and then with joy and not as a cumbersome
yoke."
move on to Las Vegas. He will be a captain in the U.S. Air Force.
Rabbi Yehuda Meier Abramovitz,
At the bat Mitzva of Diane Lynn Jaffee, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Marvin M. Jaffee of Ottawa Dr., Pontiac, today at Cong. Bnai Israel, vice mayor of Tel Aviv, told the
out-of-town guests will be Mrs. Irene Jaffee and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. dinner that Israel will retain the
Knell of Canton, 0. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jaffee and son, Mrs. Jacob holy places regained during the
Six-Day War.
Rosby and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kaufman of Youngstown.
A message from President John-
Michael Phillip Goodman, son of Mrs. H. J. Goodman of Knobwoods
Dr., Southfield, and the late Dr. Henry J. Goodman, a recent graduate son lauding the Agudath Israel's
of Wayne State University medical school was honored at a dinner party *********************** *
given by his mother at Carl's Chop House. Mrs. Blanche Mandel of Los *
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WSU Distinguished Service Award
Presented to Alumnus, Dr. Steinberg

For the Ultimate in
Fine Photography
There Can Be No
Compromise With Detail

A Distinguished Service Award
"for outstanding contributions to
medical science" was presented
May 18 by the Wayne State Uni-
versity School of Medicine to Dr.
Daniel Steinberg, son of Mrs. Max
Steinberg, 24051 Church, Oak
Park, a n d the
late Mr. Stein-
berg.
The award was
one of two pre-
sented at the
medical school's
annual convoca-
tion for graduat-
ing seniors at the
Horace E. Rack-
h a m Memorial
Dr. Steinberg
Building.

partment of pathology at the Uni-
versity of Hawaii.
Dr. Steinberg, who received his
It is the extra "Little
medical degree from Wayne State
Things" we give which
University in 1944, is chief of the
are so much appreciated.
laboratory of metabolism at the
National Heart Institute in Beth-
esda, Md. On July 1, he will leave
the institute for the La Jolla cam-
pus of the University -of California
to become head of the division of
metabolic diseases, program di-
rector of basic sciences in medi-
cine and professor of medicine at
studio of photography
the university's new school of
medicine.
19492 Livernois Avenue
Dr. Steinberg recently un-
covered valuable clues to the bio-
UN 2-0660
chemical basis of neurological
UN 2-0200
disease which "promise to open
fresh and exciting horizons."
The other recipient was Dr. Ed-
After his graduation ,from
win T. Nishimura, class of 1945, Wayne's medical school, Dr. Stein-
professor and chairman of the de- berg interned at Boston City Hospi-
tal, took his residency at Detroit
Receiving Hospital, taught in
WSU's department of medicine and
later was an instructor in physi-
ology at the Boston University
School of Medicine. He received
his PhD degree in biological chem-
istry in 1951 from Harvard Medi-
cal School where he was a National
Institute of Health Postdoctoral
Fellow and a Fellow of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society.
15140 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Park
Dr. Steinberg's work with the
10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M.
National Heart Institute began in
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1951 in t h e section of cellular
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in Copenhagen, he re-
• And hundreds of item tooiumerous to mention.
turned to the National Heart In-
stitute to become acting chief of
the section on metabolism, labora-
tory of cellular physiology. He be-
came chief of the section in 1959
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to the assembly. Awards for dis-
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dent, to Irving I. Stone of Cleve-
land and Julius Klugman and
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