24—Friday, August 1, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Shaul Ramati Returns to Midwest
as Consul General of State of Israel
Shaul Ramati. one-time director
of information services at the Mid-
west Consulate of the state of Is-
rael, has returned to Chicago as
Ramati succeeds the former Mid-
west consul general. Avraham
Avidar, who has been appointed
minister of information in the Is-
rael Embassy in Washington.
Ramatis appointment was effec-
tive July 21.
A 10-year veteran of the Israel
Foreign Service. Ramati left his
first position in Chicago for Bang-
kok, Thailand, where he served as
counselor of the Israel Embassy
from 1963 to 1964.
He was then put in charge of
the Israel legation in Colombo,
served as minister in Ceylon till
1966, and returned to Israel as
deputy director of the depart-
ment of information of the min-
istry of foreign affairs. Last Oct.
1, Ramati was appointed acting
Ramati has published various
pamphlets and articles on political,
economic and security topics.
He is married to Tiberias-born
Esther Dambowski. They have two
Ramati was born in Warsaw in
1924. Leaving Poland at an early
age. he received his education in
Switzerland. Austria and England.
He studied at Wycliffe College and
graduated from Oxford University
with the degree of MA in politics
Serving in the British Army in
World War H. Ramati reached the
rank of captain in the Gordon High-
landers. He was attached to the
Jewish Brigade for one year.
In April 1948, Ramati went to
Israel and served as a company
commander in the Israel Army.
After being twice wounded, he
served as a senior staff officer on
the Central Front and later as a
member of the Israel delegation to
the armistice talks in Rhodes.
Following the War of Independ-
ence, Ramati served as senior Is-
rael delegate in the Israel-Jordan
Mixed Armistice Commission and,
in January 1951, was appointed
general staff officer in charge of
Israel's delegations to the Mixed
Armistice Commissions with Egypt,
Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.
At this time, he was com-
mended by General Yigael Ya-
din, then chief of staff of the
Israel Army, for his "outstand-
ing diligence and dignified pre-
sentation of Israel's position and
Politics," as well as for his "per-
sonal courage when responsibili-
ties required reconnaissance or
investigations in the field."
After holding a number of staff
and command appointments, he
was hand-picked by General Dayan
to command an infantry battalion
in the Sinai Campaign. In 1957.
Ramati was appointed director of
public relations of the defense
establishment and Israel defense
New Filmstrip Available
on United Jerusalem
NEW YORK—Two new color film-
strips, "If I forget Thee . . .
Glimpses of Jerusalem United" and
"The Sacred Festival of Sukkot,"
are now available from the Jewish
Agency-American Section, depart-
ment of education and culture.
The new color strip on United
Jerusalem is the fourth of a series,
"A Study Tour of Israel," which
also includes "Working the Land
Together—Life in a Kibutz," "The
Ingathering of the Exiles" and
"The Past Comes to Life—Archae-
ology in Israel."
Specially prepared for use in He-
brew schools, Jewish centers and
the home, each of the color strips
is accompanied by a special guide
for teachers, group leaders and
The Jewish Agency's department
of education and culture is prepar-
ing three additional filmstrips.
which will be available shortly:
"The Western Wall—Its Meaning to
Jews Throughout the Ages," "The
Dead Sea Comes to Life" and "Mi
norities in Israel."
Try and Stop Me
By BENNETT CERr
COMPLAINT from a newlywed groom of six
months' standing: "So far all my wife seems able to do
is open cans and charge accounts."
One of the decrepit old
guides at the Palace of Ver-
sailles never fails to inform
tourists that he's the only
one still alive in those parts
who saw Napoleon with his
own eyes. "Do you remem-
ber how he looked?" prod-
ded one skeptical visitor.
"Of course, I do," counter-
ed the guide impatiently.
'He was 6 feet 6 and he
had a flowing, red beard."
• a a
Dan Greenberg, self-con-
fessed chronic worrier (see
his book, "How to Make
Yourself Miserable"), was
upset one day when he noticed how much radium there must be
on the dial of his wristwatch. He had no rest until he could lo-
cate a jewelry store, where he ordered the clerk on duty at the
watch counter to scrape the radium right off the hour marks on
"For heaven's sake, WHY?" demanded the mystified clerk.
"It's dangerous having radium so near the body," explained
Greenberg. "Look at what happened to Madame Curie." "Nuts!"
snorted the clerk. "There's more radiation coming out of the
stone lions in front of the New York Public Library than in
Did this end Mr. Greenberg's fears? Not on your life! NoW he
never will go near the New York Public Library!
0 1969, by Bennett Cerf. Distributed by King Features Syndicate.
Judith Nazi Gordon Has
Dr. Hillel Henkin Named Herzliah Assist-ant Dean
NEW YORK — Jacob Katzman, preparatory class is being estab-
president of Herzliah Hebrew lished for those who do not meet
Teachers Institute and Jewish requirements for admission.
The school offers a four-year
Teachers Seminary, announces the
election of Dr. Hillel Henkin as program of morning and evening
assistant dean. Dr. Henkin will sessions leading to a teacher's
serve as chief executive officer diploma and the degree of bachelor
and will assist the dean, Dr. Ger- of Jewish literature. The school
shon Winer, in the direction of now offers a limited number of
the administrative, academic and four-year scholarships of $1,000 to
organizational operation of the $1,500 a year plus free tuition to
qualified entering students.
For many years executive direc-
tor of the New Haven Bureau of
Jewish Education, Dr. Henkin is a
past president of the National
Council for Jewish Education.
In accepting the position, Dr.
Henkin noted that the recruit-
, ment of new students is a major
immediate task. Graduates of He-
brew high schools, Yiddish high
schools, or their equivalent. are
accepted in the freshman class. A
MRS. MICHAEL STULBERG
In a candlelight ceremony Sun- ,
day at Temple Israel, Judith Nan
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M. Robert Syme, and Cantor Har-
old Orbach officiated.
Parents of the couple are Dr. and
Weddings — Bar Miftvas
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Samuel Stulberg of Roslyn Rd.
The bride wore a gown of import-
ed Alencon lace with a high neck-
line, a yoke of seed pearls and
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Debra Sue Gordon served her
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Dana Foote of Flint was flower
Robert Stulberg of New York ,
served his brother as best man.
Ushers included Dr. Michael Coop-
erstock of Ann Arbor, Stephen Gor-
don of Chicago and Robert Gordon,
brothers of the bride, Jay Lazier
of Pennsylvania, Dr. David Posen
of Canada, Mitchell Stengel of
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The annual meeting of the Fresh
Air Society of the Jewish Welfare
Federation will take place 2 p.m.
Aug. 17 at Camp Tamarack-Orton-
ville, it was announced by Mrs.
Julian H. Scott, president.
The meeting will include the
election of the board of directors,
reports from the president and the
resident directors of the camps and
the dedication of the Charles N.
Agree Outpost Camp and the Anna
Mintz Memorial Plaque.
Renominated for three-year
terms are Dr. David Faigen-
baum, Mrs. Joseph Fenton, Irvin
Hermanoff, Morton Levitsky, Dr.
John J. Pollack, James Popkin
and Morris W. Stein.
Nominated for three-year terms
are Harold Weiss, Harvey Gordon,
Robert Portnoy, Mrs. Maxwell Kat-
zen and Dr. Joseph Grant.
Dale Rands has been nominated
for a two-year term. Allan Nach-
man, Fred Winkelman and Hugh
W. Greenberg have been nominated
for one-year terms.
Mrs. Arnold E. Frank was chair-
man of the nominating committee.
Assisting her were Robert Kasle,
Alan E. Luckoff, Mrs. Maurice
Meyers, Dr. John Pollack and Max-
A highlight of the meeting will
be a string puppet show presented
by the campers.
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