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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 12, 1968-27
A surprise party was given recently at the club house of 'White-
hall Apts. honoring the 43rd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Eisenman of W. Outer Dr. by their children, Dr. and Mrs.
Arnold Eisenman, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Eisenman and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward (Rosalyn) Horwitz of Utica, N.Y. Out-of-town relatives and
guests included Mrs. Sarah Speiller and Mrs. Rose Horwitz of Utica,
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartzberg and Mrs. Arlene Angell, of Cleve-
land, Mrs. Sophie Aronson of Indianapolis and Mrs. Harold Ross of
South Orange, N.J.
Dr. Marshall R. Lapin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lapin of Briar
Dr., Oak Park, has returned to Detroit after an absence of six years,
Upon graduation it 1966 from Marquette University's dental school,
Dr. Lapin enlisted in the air force. Capt. -Lapin was assigned to the
McGuire Air Force Base dental clinic in New Jersey. He is married
to the former Sharon Weingarden.
Dr. and Mrs. Norval Slobin of Mark Twain Ave. left recently
for Afghanistan to visit their son Mark and his wife Greta. Mr. Slobin
is researching the music of that country for his doctorate under a
Ford Foundation grant. His parents later will visit Israel, Greece
The family of Mr. Harry M. Mandell of Everett Ave., Southfield,
honored him on the occasion of his 65th birthday at a picnic held by
the Turover Aid Society, of which Mr. Mandell is financial secretary.
All proceeds were turned over to the Israel Emergency Fund.
Mrs. Isadore Levin, formerly of Detroit and now of Los Angeles,
visited here this week.
TEL AVIV (JTA)—A water de-
salinating plant will start opera-
tions shortly at Nahal Yam, a para-
military settlement established on
the norhtern Sinai coast near the
Bardawil lagoon. The settlers are
engaged in fishing. The Jewish
Agency's settlement department
ordered construction of the plant to
provide the settlement of fresh wa-
ter for domestic uses- and irriga-
tion. The plant will operate on the
principle invented by Alexander
Zarachin, a Russian-Born Israeli
engineer who holds more than 20
patents for the desalination of–sea
Order Desalination Plant
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Wayne state University Press
Issues !Books on Many Subjects
Studies of sociology, literary
classics, ideological and historical
subjects feature several new vol-
umes issued by Wayne State Uni-
Among the noteworthy works is
the extensive study of myths in
novel s, "Faulkner's Olympian
Laugh" by Prof. Walter Brylowski
of Eastern Michigan University.
Several biblical applications an-
alyzed among the myths, as uti-
lized by William Falkner, provide
special interest for the student of
In "The Uses of History" are
Margery iVoselle to Wed included
essays that were pre-
sented to Prof. William J. Bos-
Fred Mann in New York. senbrook of Wayne State Uni-
versity by colleagues and stu-
dents who admired him over a
period of 40 years' association
with him. It is a high mark of
respect for.. a.. great.. teacher.
Sociological problems are re-
viewed) here by a group of schol-
ars and historiography, romanti-
cism, ontology are among the
Devoted to subjects dealing with
"the determinants of progress in
the development of economic
analysis," the WSU Press' volume
under the title "Events, Ideology
and Economic Theory" contains
essays by Robert V. Eagly, Ron-
ald L. Meek, William R. Allen,
Paul M. Sweezy, Kenneth K. Kuri-
hara and Joseph J. Spengler, all
noted scholars. The volume was
edited with an introduction by
MISS MARGERY MOSELLE
Prof. Eagly of the University of
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Moselle of Massachusetts.
Poughkeepsie, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Margery Joyce to Fred H. Mann,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mann of
Miss Moselle is a graduate of
On March 21, 1968, General
the University of Michigan. Her Moshe Dayan, Israel's defense
fiance is a graduate of Wayne minister, was caught in a land-
State University and is now at- slide while on an archeological
tending the University of Michi- expedition in Azor, Israel. His life
gan's law school.
was saved by personnel of Magen
An Aug. 18 wedding in New York David Adorn, Israel's Red Cross
Service, with the aid of an ambu-
lance which had been donated to
Magen David Adorn by the Piotr-
kov and Vicinity Society, a frater-
nal organization of former resi-
dents of that area now living in
the United States, Canada and oth-
For your very special
er parts of the Free World.
visit, a very special
A recent bulletin issued by the
society carries a reproduction of
General Dayan's letter of thanks
The Sheraton-Tel Aviv Hotel.
to the group, in which he stated
Overlooking the blue Mediterra-
in part: " ... convey my thanks to
nean and only minutes away from
the Piotrkov and Vicinity Society
the downtown business district.
for the fact that the ambulance
220 beautiful guest rooms, all air- .
they have donated to Magen David
conditioned, many with balconies.
Enjoy the swimming pool, Health
Adorn enabled me to receive im-
Club, fine restaurants and color-
mediate medical assistance in those
ful Magic Carpet nightclub right
crucial minutes ... May all the
in the hotel.
members of your society be bless-
ed, and may they go on with their
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and for Magen David Adorn in
The gift of the ambulance was
made through the American Red
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this country, Canada and Latin
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