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October 31, 1969 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-31

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Miss Goldberg toBecome
Mrs. Alan L. Axelrod

Services Appeal Reaches 20 Per Cent of Goal

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Ocotber 31, 1969-29

As the whirland Passeth, so is
The citywide campaign, which when the direct solicitation
the wicked no more; but the right-
method was started.
will culminate Dec. 7, seeks to
eous is an everlasting foundation.
raise funds for the youth services
An innovation in the men's coun-
—Proverbs 10:25
and philanthropies supported by cil is the President's Club, consist-
the service organization.
PARTY ACCESSORIES
ing of contributors who have
Perry and Mrs. Ellis attribute pledged regular annual gifts.
1
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith the campaign's pace to an in-
ilVtiattOrLS
Council and Bnai Brith Women's crease of 25 per cent in mdivi-
('ounel of Metropolitan Detroit.
BY
. dual gifts compared to last year

Some 20 per cent of the Bnai
Brith Services Appeal goal of
$250,000 has been raised in the
first three weeks of the campaign,
report Paul Perry and Mrs. Rob-
ert Ellis, co-chairmen for the

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nut

People Make News

DR. BARUCH A. LEVINE. an
expert on Semitic languages and
- Hebrew and biblical literature, has
joined the faculty of New York
University as professor of Near
Eastern languages and literatures.
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Dr. JACK M. SABLE of River-
MISS TERRY GOLDBERG
dale, N.Y., has been appointed
Mr. and Mrs. Harry II. Gold- chairman of the 26th dinner of
berg Jr. of W. Indian Mound, . Torah Umesorah, National Society
Birmingham, announce the en- for Hebrew Day Schools, to be held
gagement of their daughter Terry Nov. 16 at the New York Hilton
Beth to Alan Lawrence Axelrod. Hotel.
s s
*
son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben. Axel-
DR. SOLOMON GRAYZE L,
rod of Jackson, formerly of South-
founding member and past presi-
field.
Miss Goldberg is a senior at the dent of the Board of Jewish Edu-
University of Michigan. Mr. Axel- cation, and editor-emeritus of the
rod attends the U-M law school. Jewish Publication Society, re-
A December wedding is plan- ceived the first Board of Jewish
Education Award at the board's
ned.
32nd annual meeting and dinner.
This is the highest honor to be
Henry Levy to Address
conferred by the community-wide
Alpha Omega Reception educational body, the education
Dr. George A. Rosin and Dr. arm of the Philadelphia branch
Norman Segal will host a leader- of the United Synagogue of Am-
ship reception on behalf of the erica. Manual Grife, attorney and
Detroit Alumni Chapter of Alpha synagogue leader, was installed as
Omega Fraternity, 8:30 p.m. TIIQS- president of the board.
*
*
day, at Town and Country Club.
ANTHONY PERANIO, senior
Cocktails will be served from 8
lecturer in the faculty of civil
p.m.
Henry Levy, director of the Joint engineering of the Technion-Israel
Distribution Committee in Czech- Institute of Technology, has been
oslovakia, Bulgaria, Tunisia and presented with the "Guido Cor-
belline Award" of the Internation-
Morocco, will be guest speaker.
The reception is being held in al Institute of Communications for
advance of the second annual Al- his paper "Mode of Transport and
pha Omega Israel Bond dinner- Accidents." The award, which was
accompanied by a cash prize of
dance.
500,000 Italian Liri ($750), was
One hundred Israelis were sent made in the name of the president
to Texas to learn how to fly the 50 of Italy on the birth date and in
Phantom jets which were recently the birthplace of Christopher Co-
purchased from the United States. lumbus—Oct. 12 in Genoa. Eighty-

From Israel to Air Force Base

771-i

nine papers were presented by

participants from 30 countries.
Thirty per cent of the papers rep-
recented subjects in land trans-
portation, and Peranio's was
selected by the judging commit-
tee as the one of highest merit in
this category.
*
$
*
Sen. JACOB K. JAVITS (Rep.,
N.Y.) was honored Sunday at a
dinner sponsored by the public
service council of Histadrut, at
which $50,000 was raised toward
the construction of a $250,000 med.
ical center in Safad, Israel. in
memory of Sen. Javits' mother,
Ida , who was born there. The 800
guests were addressed by Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller, Mayor John
V. Lindsay and Yosef Tekoah,
Israel's ambassador to the UN.
Sen. Javits said the *U.S. must
provide Israel with the supersonic
jets and other military aid it has
requested, avoid imposing a set-
tlement over the heads of the
countries directly involved and
avoid a direct confrontation with
the Soviet Union in the Middle
East.
s • •
The Walter Reed Award in rec-
ognition of "meritorious achieve-
ments in tropical medicine" will
be bestowed Thursday upon DR.
ALBERT B. SABIN, renowned
virologist who is president-elect
of the Weizmann Institute of
Science, by the American Society
of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
at the banquet marking its annual
meeting held in Washington, D.C.
developer f th e
The
live oral polio vaccine bearing
his name consists of a medal and
a certificate.
• e •
The appointment of Dr. ISRAEL
MARGALITH as director of the
Youth Aliya Office in the United
States and Canada was announced
by Joseph Klarman, head of the
Jewish Agency's Youth Aliya De-
partment in Jerusalem. The post
is a new one. Dr. Margalith, deputy
director general of Youth Aliya in
Jerusalem, has been on loan to the
Jewish Agency's Youth Aliya Of-
fice in Los Angeles for the past
two years. He will work on a pro-
ject that will permit Israeli resi-
dents of the United States to send
their children to Israel for school-
ing under Youth Aliya auspices.
There are now 12,000 children in
the various Youth Aliya institu-
tions in Israel.

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Saginaw Temple
Hires New Rabbi

Israel's army chief of chaplains Rabbi Shlomo Goren (top photo,
left) is shown in his office in Tel Aviv presenting a Torah scroll
to. Rabbi William Z. Dalin, West Coast field director of the commis-
sion on Jewish chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board.
Taking Part in the presentation (third and fourth left) are Lt. Col.
Shulman and Capt. Shomer, respectively a deputy and an assistant
to General Goren. Bottom photo shows Rabbi Dalin, who personally
brought the Torah from Israel, at the completion of his mission as
he and Capt. Richard J. Stepakof, Jewish military lay leader of
Vandenberg AFB, admire the scroll. The scroll is being used at
Jewish religious services In the chapel at the base.

Rabbi Solomon Herbst has been ..tc
named spiritual leader of Temple _y r
Bnai Israel, Saginaw, succeeding
Rabbi Joseph Katz.
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Rabbi Herbst comes from Amity- 41(
ville, N.Y., where he served for .9(
the past five years. A native of _h.„
Duesseldorf, he attended the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer. '
ica and Columbia, as well as the
University of Southern California
and the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary, Breslau.
Rabbi Herbst wrote "Parseeism
and Judaism" and "The Laws of
Cleanliness in Parseeism in Rela-
tion to Judaism." He has appeared
on television and radio programs
for the National Conference of
Christians and Jews and has lec-
tured at universities in the South
for the Jewish Chautauqua Society.

Truly the light is sweet, and a
pleasant thing it is for the eyes to
behold the sun —Ecclesiastes 11:7

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