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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-20

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activities in Society

See Nixon Post for Murray Chotiner

Newsweek this week predicted
that Murray Chotiner will get an
assignment on the staff of l',".resi-
dent-elect Nixon. The Newsweek
item states:
"Richard Nixon has assigned his
veteran campaign tactician, Mur-
ray Chotiner, to a potentially, im-
portant political job in Washing-
ton. One of Nixon's prioriti6 is to
see that the Republicans win con-
trol of the House of Representa-
tives in 1970. Chotiner, 59, who has
been practicing law in Los Ange-
les since 1960, will be part of the
Republican National Committee
staff and will train campaign man-

Mr. and Mrs. Abner C. Rosenzweig of Rue Versailles, Oak Park,
celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday, with a dinner
party at Northwood Inn. The celebration was a surprise for Mrs. Rosen-
zweig, by her husband. They were married 25 years ago in Temple Beth
El. Mrs. Rosenzweig is a former Chicagoan.
Out-of-town guests attending the recent wedding of Rita Huppert
to Owen Harvey Frumin at Cong. Shaarey Zedek included Mrs. Sala
Gotlib of Israel, the bride's aunt; and her uncle, Joseph Zarasinski of
Paris.

Trio of Engineers Compiles Listing
of Local Skills to Aid Israeli Industry

Detroit's considerable technical
talent is being mobilized to help
meet Israel's shortage of engineer-
ing knowhow, thanks to a three-
man committee from the Detroit

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

ETERNAL LIGHT-TV
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 4
Feature: "Habima 50," a pro-
gram marking the 50th anniver-
sary of Israel's National Theater,
is based on Raikin Ben-Ari's
book, "Habima" and recounts
both the early tribulations of the
company when it began in Russia
at the time of the Revolution and
its more recent worldwide tri-
umphs as Israeli's national thea-
ter.

* * *

ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "Two Ounces of Lead,"
seventh in a series on "Man in
Protest," tells the drama of Au-
gust Bondi, a dry goods store
owner in Kansas Territory, who
fought with John Brown in 1855 to
keep Kansas free—not slave—ter-
ritory. The "two ounces of lead"
in the title refers to the bullets
lodged in Bondi's body as a result
of wounds received in the last
year of the Civil War.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: Rabbi Harold S. Silver
of Cong. Beth Israeli, West Hart-
ford, Conn., discusses "What an
Ancient Religion Still Has to Say
for Today" (part one).
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Martha Schlamme in
"Raisins and Almonds."
s * *
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: "Conversation With
Rabbi Balfour Brickner."
* * *
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: Rabbi Morris N. Kert-
zer discussing "Jewish Identity in
a Christian Society."

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Chapter, American Society for
Technion.
The Technical Assistance Com-
mittee, formed last August on the
initiative of Detroit engineer
Frank Theyleg, has catalogued the
69 engineering specialties of 24
Detroiters who have indicated
their willingness to act as con-
sultants.
Theyleg, assisted by Sam Grand
and Sol Lifsitz, chairman and
vice chairman, respectively, of the
Detroit Chapter board of directors,
are channeling all requests made
to the chapter by Israelis for tech-
nical consultation.
Their skills inventory was devis-
ed from forms sent out to the So-
ciety membership, but they con-
tinue to seek additional capabili-
ties in varied fields.
Theyleg first proposed the
establishment of the Technical
Assistance Committee (TAC)
while attending the Prime Min-
ister's Economic Conference in
Israel last spring. He viewed the
need for technical knowledge
and experience "and absence of
sufficient industrial management
personnel" as "far more critical
and much more difficult to al-
leviate" than the lack of capital.
Recognizing the country's im-
mediate need for modern engineer.
ing knowhow, Theyleg suggested
to Prime Minister Levi Eshkol that
contacts be established between
Detroit Chapter's technical ex-
perts and Israeli industry. With
Eshkol's enthusiastic approval,
Theyleg set to work with his aides
Grand and Lifsitz. They received
inquiries from architects and
scrap dealers, mechanics and tool-
makers, Jew and non-Jew alike.
Theyleg stressed that all had con-
tributions to make, and none were
disqualified.
Upon receipt of an assistance in-
quiry or request from Israel, the
Technical Assistance Committee
will assign the inquirer to the most
suitable available consultant.
Since Theyleg's initial venture,
a similar TAC activity has sprung
up on the West Coast, with over
300 men enlisted in the Los Ange-
les area.
He encouraged all with engineer-
ing skills to contact the Detroit
Chapter, 24525 Southfield, South-
field.

Friday, December 20, 1968-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Plonskier-Cohen Troth
Announced at Dinner

MISS ROSALIE PLONSKIER

At a recent family dinner, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Plonskier of Tem-
plar Ave., Southfield, announced
the engagement of their daughter
Rosalie to Bernard Martin Cohen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen
of Vernon Ave., Oak Park.
The bride is a senior in Wayne
State University's college of educa-
tion, where she is affiliated with
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Her
fiance, a senior at WSU, is affili-
ated with Sigma Alpha Mu Frater-
nity and will enter law school next
fall.
An Aug. 3 wedding is planned.

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Partnerless Parents will hold a
cocktail party, with dancing to Eric
Rosenow's orchestra, 9 p.m. Tues-
day at the Sheraton Motor Inn,
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Anne Kelemen, former as-
sistant head of the field service
department of the National Council
of Jewish Women, has been ap-
pointed director of the National
Women's Division of the United
Jewish Appeal. In her new post,
Miss Kelemen will assist the wom-
en's divisions throughout the coun-
try in leadership training, cam-
paigns, and fund raising. Miss
Kelemen, along with Mrs. Bernard
Schaenen of Dallas, 1969 chairman
of the National Women's Division,
will lead a one-week special fact-
finding mission to Israel on Jan. 19.
This "Operation Israel," exclusive-
ly for women, is one in a series of
one-week missions to Israel being
organized by the United Jewish Ap-
peal in December and January.

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gift of laughter, they would begin
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man, that most ridiculous, most
absurd, most foolish of all animals.
Egon Friedell.

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