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An enthusiastic welcome was
accorded Britain's Chief Rabbi
Dr. IMMANUEL JAKOBOVITS,
who arrived in New Zealand as
part of his pastoral tour of Aus-
tralia and New Zealand. The chief
rabbi left New Zealand this week
for the United State. Meanwhile,
rumors circulating in London that
Dr. Jalcobovitz was considering
resigning from his post were de-
scribed as entirely unfounded by
people close to the chief rabbi.
• • •
Dean Leonard J. Goldstein of
the American College in Jerusa-
lem, who heads the American of-
fice at 1 E. 42nd St., New York,
announces the appointment of Dr.
JOSEPH ZEITLIN as adviser to
the president and consultant dean
of human relations. The appoint-
ment was made by Dr. Norman
Greenwald, president of the col-
lege. Dr. Zeitlin is rabbi emeritus
of the Riverside Temple in New
York, professor of speech and as-
sistant to the chancellor of tha
University of Bridgeport.
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Dr. ELLEN HELLMANN, well-
known South African sociologist
and a leading figure in the Jewish
community, has been named re-
cipient of the Royal African Soci-
ety Medal in recognition of her
work among the African people.
The award was presented to her
by Sir Arthur Snelling, the British
ambassador to South Africa. A
former president of the South Af-
rican Institute of Race Relations,
Dr. Hellmann also has played an
active part for many years in - the
work of the South African Jewish
Board of Deputies and in South
• • •
DETROIT MUSICIANS LEAGUE
will hold a Christmas program in
the Women's City Club featuring
compositions by JULIUS CHASES
in honor of his 60th birthday and
featuring Annette Chajes, mezzo
soprano; Mischa Mischakoff. vio-
linist; and the composer, pianist.
Students, alumni and friends of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation
at City College of New York will
observe the 25th anniversary of
Rabbi ARTHUR J. ZUCKER-
MAN as director of Hillel at CCNY
with a testimonial dinner at
Hotel Esplanade, Dec. 20. The oc-
casion marks also the completion
of Rabbi Zuckerman's 30th year
of service for Hillel.
• • •
JACOB GOODSTEIN, treasurer
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB), was elected a vice
president of the United Service
Organizations (USO) and appoint-
ed a member of the USO Corpo-
ration at the quarterly meeting of
the USO board of governors
Thursday. He was also named an
ex-officio member of the USO
board of governors.
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Sadat Urges Hussein
to Strengthen Forces
Against Israeli Foe
LONDON (JTA)—President An-
war Sadat of Egypt urged King
Hussein of Jordan last week in
Cairo to concentrate on the
strengthening of Arab military
forces against Israel.
It was their first meeting since
Sadat was inaugurated as succes-
sor to the late President Gamal
Informed sources said that Presi-
dent Sadat was concerned with the
so-called Arab eastern command
against Israel, which has been vir-
tually non-existent since the Jor-
danian civil war in September.
He reportedly sought to impress
King Hussein with the importance
of coordinating Arab strength in
the east, which he said, could not
be done as long as internal dis-
sensions continued in Jordan, Syria
According to reports, King Hus-
sein reportedly stressed the new
stability of his regime since the
civil war and claimed that his
government was fully implement-
ing its agreements with the Pal-
estinian guerrillas. He agreed
that military coordination of his
forces with Egypt's was neces-
King Hussein did not ask for a
new Arab summit meeting to dis-
cuss the future status of the Pal-
estinians, as he had been expected
to do. Observers here said he
might make the request after his
forthcoming round of talks in Lon-
don, Paris and Washington.
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recollections of our past, but by
the responsibilities of our future.
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