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March 28, 1969 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-28

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Danny Raskin's


Israel Praisedfor A pplying Science
to World Problems at Technion Parley

NEW YORK—Former Detroiter
Dr. Jack E. Goldman, speaking
here at a conference of the Amer-
ican Technion Society, singled out
Israel as foremost among the
world's developing nations in
applying science and technology to
economic and social problems.
Dr. Goldman, former For d
Motor Co. research director, now
of Rochester. N.Y., is group vice
president for research and devel-
opment in the Xerox Corp. He said
that "Israel's work on a br o ad
TWO FOR THE PRICE of one range of problems peculiar to
double stag was setting for much small states helped it overcome
merriment as Michael and Rich- serious handicaps of nature and
and Golden, sons of Dr. Donald history.
"Israel today is a model of what
and Norma Golden. were feted re-
cently by over 100 guests at small states can accomplish
Mauna Luau . . . Just a week through diligent training of young
away for Michael, who married People in the engineering sciences
Lorraine Yashinsky last Sunday, and application of science and
while Richard weds Rochelle technology to the entire spectrum
Shepherd June 14 . . . On the wall of economic and social problems."
was a huge sign, "If you have to Dr. Goldman paid tribute to the
get this close to read this toast to Technion—Israel Institute of Tech-
the Golden boys you should have nology in Haifa for its role in re-
your eyes checked." . . Guests search and field engineering, in
came from Miami, Toronto. New helping Israel overcome its water
York—all over, to partake in the handicaps, and in putting Israel
food, fun and drinks honoring industry on a high technological
Michael and Richard . . . and glad level.
they did for a couple of fine young
GARY ALTER, Bnai Brith di-
rector of Metropolitan Detroit, is

wearing a cast and hobbling about
on crutches . . . The result of a
recent skiing mishap in Vermont.
JERUSALEM—A library whose
where he broke his leg in five
building was delayed bythe Arab-
BUILDER ROY MILLER, Israeli war opened here on sched-
searching for someone to run his ule. The stone and glass structure,
cruiser, was approached by a gent erected with funds provided by the
Axel Springer Foundation, con-
applying for the job wearing a
captain's hat and looking just the tains the central library for arch-
type . . . Roy wanted to see if the aeology and fine arts of the Is-
fellow knew what he was talking rael Museum.



WIFE ROSE was vacationing
with him, but didn't get to see
hubby Val Valensky of American
Uniform Supply cap 30 years of
golfing recently with a 200-yard
hole-in-one at the Hollywood Lakes
Country Club in Hollywood, Fla.
GOODMAN . . . Remember when
in 1952 you saved a man from
drowning while vacationing in
Miami Beach? .. . Seeing the man
helplessly caught in the ocean's
undertow and going down twice,
you swam out and brought him to
shore . . . Banging against the
rocks didn't do you any good,
Harry, but whatever aches or
pains you received were dispelled
by the knowledge that you had
saved someone's life.
Park) science teacher Al Hyams
takes whatever prize there is as
the First homeowner out watering
his grass. He did it during the
somewhat balmy weather at his
home on Woodburn in Southfield.
SENT TO BED early recently as
punishment, young Allen Kalish
pouted that he couldn't help it if

Friday, March 28, 1969-25

47 Latin American Youth Arrive in Israel to Settle

HAIFA (JTA)—The liner Theo- ed and settled permanently
Dr. Goldman was chairman of dor Herzl docked here March 18 abroad. The new arrivals from
the Technion Society's 11th annual with 47 young Jewish immigrants Latin America will be distributed
conference on science and techno- from Argentina and Brazil among among various youth movements
logy in Israel and the Middle East. its passengers. The youngsters around the country.
Alexander Goldberg, president were met by Joseph Klarman,
To Ecarry piety as far as super-
of the Technion, commenting on head of the Youth Aliya program,
Dr. Goldman's remarks, pointed who hailed the newcomers as the stitiofi is to destroy it. —Pascal
out that many South American forerunners of large-scale youth
countries had selected the uni- immigration to Israel. He said /HEAD & SHOULDERS SHAMPOO
versity for the advanced train- their numbers would be determin-
F., cez. Lotion
ing of a number of food techno- ed "by our readiness to accept
Discount $117
He said that 22 Latin American
Klarman has called for the re-
experts were now at the Technion turn to Israel of the children of
KE 5 - 4910m
• 20009 W. 7 Mile
on a three-month grant paid for "yordim"—Israelis who emigrat-
by the Organization of American
The OAS, he reported, picked
the Technion because it was felt
the Haifa institution had "a clear-
er understanding of the needs of
small countries and a curriculum
The feast of unleavened bread
in food biotechnology that would
shalt keep; seven days thou shalt
be especially helpful to South
American experts in their efforts
eat unleavened bread, as I com-
to- help combat protein malnutri-
manded thee .. .
tion and other basic causes of
— Exodus 23:15.
The two-day conference was
keyed to world hunger and cloth-
May we witness the fulfillment of the hope
ing problems.

Is rael Museum
Dedicates Library
Gift of German

about and had him run the craft
on the Detroit River . . . Just
after finishing telling Roy about
knowing where every snag, rock
and sandbar was on the river, the
boa t shivered throughout its
length from striking an underwater
snag . . . "See there!" he said
triumphantly. "That's one of them
now!" . . . (No, he didn't get the


,)7 Wappy IPassover to all

Lawrence Schacht of South
Orange, NJ., president of the
American Technion Society, said
the Technion had been lauded
by Dr. Max Milner, a leading
UNICEF scientist, for its work
in combatting hunger.
Dr. Milner, UNICEF's senior

for freedom for all mankind as the ideal is
taught in the Passover tradition.

Mt: an ti 1lfrs. Abe Kasle

food technologist, was instrumen-
tal in arranging a UNICEF grant
for food research by the Technion.

In addition to more than 70,-
000 volumes, the building houses
club rooms and a modern audi-
torium. The building was dedic-
ated by Teddy Kollek, mayor of
Jerusalem, in the presence of
many distinguished guests from
West Geranmy and Israel.

(Iiid Family

fir as from delouse of boohje wept •
je I)ost of israttit) their Ipid5t iljeg tore
Ittl)erilage of law ai freedom. blegt
oh for eiirmare

M a y or Kollek presented a
parchment scroll as a token of ap-
preciation to Axel Springer, the
West German publisher, whose mil-
lion-dollar gift made the library
Kollek read part of the scroll
which states: "The drive behind
these efforts has been inspired by
a hope to overcome the past and
to raise the sights and standards
of man."
Karl Herman Knoke, German
ambassador to Israel, also spoke
at the ceremonies.

Cuba-El Fatah Tie
Given Credence

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—Recent reports that
Cuba was aiding Palestinian Arab
terrorists were given apparent
additional substance in a claim
Monday by El Fatah comander
Yassir Arafat that Cub's military
chief of staff accompanied a guer-
rilla unit on a raid against Israel
and was slightly wounded.
The chief of staff was not named,
nor was the 'date and location of
his alleged four-day stay In Israel-
occupied territory given.
But Israeli officials, while treat-
ing El Fatah claims with consider-
able skepticism, were inclined to
believe that there was a link be-
tween the Castro regime and the
terrorists. Israel and Cuba main-
tain diplomatic relations. The
newspaper Yediot Ahronot recently
reported that El Fatah recruits
were being given commando train-
ing on Cuban soil by Cuban mili-
tary officers. Cuban diplomatic
representatives here could neither
confirm nor deny the report, but
Israeli circles believed there was
a sound basis for them. The for-
eign ministry asked its Havana
embassy to investigate the report.

he wasn't perfect . . . "There was
only one perfect boy in the world
that I know of anyway," he mut-
tered ... Curious, his mother Ann
Kalish (Sol's doll), asking who he
was, said, "You mean George
Washington?" ... And little Allen
replied scornfully, "No. Daddy."
to take the phone at the Humane
Society to answer a complaint,
and asked the woman on the
other end of the line what the so-
ciety could go for her . . . She
demanded that an officer be sent
immediately to her house . . .
Harry asked what the trouble was,
and the woman replied, "There's
a mean fellow from some com-
A system - grinder hates the
pany sitting on top of a car out
truth. —Ralph Waldo Emerson.
front teasing my poor boxer."

The Passover Seder symbols, the Matzo, the Wine Cups, the
Cup of Elijah — all combine to teach our community and the
entire world the true values of freedom and of an end to
May this Passover prove a blessing for all mankind
and an inducement for all peoples to hold fast to the
idea of liberty and the right to untrammeled reli-
gious freedom for all.

We extend hearty greetings for a Happy Passover to our
families, friends, co-workers and the entire community.

17220 West 8 Mile Road, Southfield 48075
Imperial Office Plaza

Mrs. William Wordes, Mr. & Mrs. Sari Wordes

Mr. & Mrs. William A. [Reder and Staff.

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