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September 19, 1969 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-19

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Prof. Sharfman, Trustee o f Brandeis, Eulogized

Egyptian Installation Knocked Out by Israelis

WALTHAM, Mass. — More than deis Trustee I s a d o r Lubiti and

200 persons attended Monday morn- Trustee-elect William Haber, both
ing funeral services for Brandeis long-time faculty associates of
University trustee Isaiah Leo Sharf-: Prof. Sharfman.
at, the university's Berlin Chapel.
Prof Sharfman. chairman of the
department of economics at _the
Univer - d■ of Michigan from 1927
to 19:it. and Brandeis trustee for
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
It ■ ear,.. died Sept. 9 in Washing-
ton. D.C.. at age 83.
, SEPT. 27 & 28 — 1 P.M.
Brandeis President Morris B,.

PUBLIC AUCTION

Abra in eulogized Prof. Sharfman
as - one of the sharpest, most bril-
liant and probing minds of our
generation. who devoted his whole
life to teaching and research in a
distinguished career in the fields
of law, political science and eco-
nomics that spanned more than 50
years."'
Other speakers at the service in-
cluded Brandeis University Chan-

cellor Dr. Abram L. Sachar, Bran-

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14—Friday, September 19, 1969

This Egyptian observation post was turned into a splintered shell after Israel's armed forces
slammed through a 30-mile area on the Suez Gulf in one of the punitive raids last week.

Israel Govt. Studies Ways
to Aid Foreign Students

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The cabi-
net has decided to take measures
to expand facilities for foreign
students at Israel's institutions of
higher learning. The matter will
be studigd by Deputy Minister Yi-
gal Alldn, who is also minister' of
immigrant absorption.

All universities and many paro-
chial schools in Israel receive gov-
ernment subsidies. However, they
claim to be unable to accommo-
date more than 5.000 overseas stu-
dents presently in the country.
The problem which Alton , will
undertake to solve involves hous-
ing shortages, the need for special
Hebrew classes for foreigners and
a broadening of various activities
and facilities which are not necys-
sary to the majority of Israeli stu-
dents who live at home.

Hasmonean Tower
Discovered Inside
Roman Era Citadel

(JTA)—Archaeol-
ogists announced Wednesday 'that
they have unearthed the remains
.of -a tower that formed part of
Jerusalem's walls during the Has-
monean Dynasty in the 1st and 2nd
centuries BCE. They also announc-
ed the discovery of a white lime
floor dating to the period of Solo-
mon's Temple.

JERUSALEM

The discoveries were made by
an archaeological team headed by
Mrs. Ruth Amiran and Avraham
Eitan of the Israel Museum. The
tower remains were found inside
the Citadel, a structure near the
Jaffa Gate dating back to Roman
times.. The excavations are being
studied to determine how far west
Jerusalem extended during the era
of the First Temple. Remnants of
the city have been found to the
west and south of the Temple
Mount.

Threat on -Queen Juliana
Leads to Arrest of Six

THE HAGUE (JTA)—Nether-
lands police arrested six men
Tuesday in connection with a
threat against the life of Queen
Juliana over the arrest 'of a 15-
year-old Arab boy who tried to
bo4nb the Israeli Embassy here
Sept. 8.

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Dropsie Gets University Status

in graduate degrees are' also of-
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The
through its department of
'
60-year-old Dropsie College of He-
incl-ding doctor of edu-
'
brew and Cognate Learning has
been elevated to university status, cation and master,of arts.
it was announced here Monday.
Earlier the establishment of a
Approval to change the status of department of modern Hebrew
the postgraduate institution de- language and literature, headed by
Israel scholar Dr. Avraham Shaan-
an, was announced by Dr. Katsh.
Dr. Shaanan, who will develop
courses of graduate study for the
new department, comes to Drop-
sle• from Bar-Ilan University.
Author of many books and ar-
ticles. Dr. Shaanan also lectured
on Hebrew language and'literature
at Tel Aviv University in Israel
and in educational institutions in
Paris. Among his many books is
DR. ABRAHAM KATSH
the four-volume "Main Currents in
Hebrew Modern Literature" re-
voted solely to Hebrew, biblical cently published in Tel Aviv.
and related subjects was granted
Dr. -Katsh also announced debt
by the Department of Public In- Dr. Moshe Henry Goshen-Gott-
struction of the Commonwealth of stein. will be in charge of the de-
Pennsylvania, according to Dr. Ab- partment of biblical literature. A
raham Katsh, president.
visiting professor of Bible and
Dropsie University will be ac- Semitic studies who came to
credited by the Middle States As- Dropsie College last year from the
sociation of Colleges and Secon- Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
dary Schools, Dr. Katsh said.
Dr. Goshen-Gottstein is a linguist
The institution, which is nonsec- and Bible scholar. He is also edi-
tarian and nontheological, was tor-inchief of the New Jerusalem
founded by the late Moses Aaron Bible published by the Hebrew
nropsie. In addition to Hebrew, University.
biblical and post-biblical studies,
it offers post-graduate work in an-
cient and' modern Middle Eastern
l , nguages and culture and higher
Jewish education.
•• It will continue to award only
graduate degrees with a doctor
obPosophy offered in its various
divi , ion., Dr. Katsh said. In addi-

Jews, Other Minorities
Get Bank `Jobmobile'

NEW YORK (JTA) — The First

National City Bank of New York
stationed a "jobmobile" in front of
the Williamsburg YM and YWHA
Thursday to offeitob opportunites
to Jewish, Negro and Puerto Rican
residents of the Brooklyn area.
Arrangements for the visit of the
unit were worked out through
Rabbi Bernard Weinberger, reli-
gious consultant for the Williams-
burg Y, Sol Levy, its executive
director, and Harold Braverman of
the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith.
They met with Joseph P. Yam-
bor, assistant vice-president of the
bank, at the offices in Williams-
burg of the United Jewish Organi-
aztions, (UJO), a Brooklyn agency
to aid poor Jews in the area. The
visit of the mobile employment
unit was the first to a poverty
area. according to Rabbi Wein-
berger.
The project was started by the
bank, one of the nation's largest.
in an effort to cope with severe
personnel shortages by bringim,
the preliminary screening of job
applicants to the area where such
applicants live. The first visit of
the "jobmobile" was made in July

The youngster, identified as Tay-
sir Ali al-Attar, was jailed after
he threw a grenade at the em-
bassy. It exploded outside an ad-
jacent residence. A second Arab
youth said to he only 13, escaped
PoliCe said a man with a foreign
accent telephoned several news-
papers Monday night to warn that
"Your queen will die" unless the
Arab suspect is released. The ar-
rests were made after a smoke
bomb exploded amid police escort-
ing Queen Juliana to the opening
' to Jericoo, L.I.
of Parliament.

FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
THAT THEY SHALL BE
REMEMBERED

PLANT A TREE
IN ISRAEL
IN THEIR MEMORY

This observance is an age-
old, hallowed Jewish tradi-
tion and it has become cus-
tomary to plant trees in
Israel to link forever the
cherished memories of your
dear ones.

Phone

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

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Fri.

9-4, Sun. 10-1

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION

Nominees to the Board of Governors

the JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION OF DE-
TROIT, the following list of nominees, selected from the membership of
the Federation eligible for election to the Board of Governors of the Federa-
tion for a three-year term ending in 1972, is presented herewith to the
Executive Director not less than thirty days prior to the Annual Meeting
which will take place on Wednesday, October 22, 1969 at the Jewish Com-
munity Center, 18100 Meyers Road:

Pursuant to the By Laws of

-

FOR RE-ELECTION

-,Paul Broder
Martin E. Citrin
David Safran

Richard Sloan
Mrs. Max Stollman
Paul Zuckerman

FOR ELECTION;

Irwin Green

Paul Handleman

Stanley J. Winkelman

Other persbns may be nominated by petition or petitions signed by not
fewer than 25 members of. the Federation and filed with the Executive
Director of the Federation not less than ten days prior to the date of the
Annual Meeting. Only one person may be nominated in each petition and
no nomination shall be valid unless the nominee shall have consented to be
a candidate.

1969 NOMINATING COMMITTEE '

Judge Theodore Levin, Chairman

Irwin I. Cohn
Mrs. Joseph H. Jackier

Maxwell Jospey
Louis Tabashnik

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