16—Friday, November 26, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISN'NEWS
Reform Temples to HOnoi(Samkrel tfaMbugers Dec. 1 7
Archeologists' Discovery in Negev
May Lead to Rethinking of Bible
Samuel Hamburger. Temple
-hOPreceded by ;cock-
communal and philanthropic- lead: men.. Congregations: _Pactininating tail recePtion, -eallthel.-Israel Bond
ers, who are especially active on in the dinnei are Temple Beth-El; Office; 557-6770.
behalf of Israel and its economic Tangle -Israel, Temple Emazin-El;
develimment, will be, preiented TemPlo, Beth: Jacob' and _Temple
LONDON — A team of intema, yolved the ability to ensure a with
: el -Prime Minister's Med- Kol AmL llIrie- Rasenow and his
tional archeologists have made a steady degree of beat.
als at, the third annual Illetropoli- Ointini,ninls
will Provide the din-
dad Be: 1 i doe 41.i./1.
discovery in the Negev desert Rothenberg said that the "King
which they think may require a Solomon Mines" had existed before
reinterpretation- of the Bible.
the reign of the king, but ironical-
enough were inactive during his
Working in the area known- as ly
"King SolomorVs Mines," Prof.
team also found the rem-
Beno Rothenberg.of the Archeology
Institute of Hebrew University in nants of a 6,000-year-old temple' at
Tel Aviv, and experts. from the the foot of the cliffs known as
U.S., Britain and 'Germany have "King Solomon's pillars.",
found evidence that Egyptians
were present at Timna, 20 miles 34 NYC Yeshivot Get
north of Ejlat, at about the time
the Jews, under Moses, were flee- Money for Improvements
NEW YORK (JTA) —A • New
That Egyptians were present in York stock broker and philan,
this area, the land bridge between thropist has stimulated the dis-
Asia and Africa, and -a crossroads tribution of $213,000 to 34 New-
of biblical times, has' never 'been York City JeWish dayschooIs- for
facility and equipment rehabilita- tan " Detroit - Federation
Another fascinating aspect of the tion. -
Synagognes- Vitae! Bond . : dinner, ,
probe has been the r:liscovery that
Concerned about the physical Dec. -IS' at the-- Sheraton Cadillac
6,000 years ago the Timna copper disrepair - of the yeshivot, Joseph Hotel. -
. • ,
mines ` were able - to develop a Gruss approached The Federation
The Israel Prime Minister!i-
sophisticated . method of smelting of Jewish Philanthropies and
Medal. :the:At-Wiest 'award for
copper and that this process en- toured the 34 schools with federa- service
in the cause of
dured in _ to the Middle Ages _ in tion representatives.
will:be presented to
Federation obtained $100,000
Europe. This complex ,process in-
from various donors, and Gruss Mi. and Mrs. Hamburger by-
Shimon.; Peres; -minister of trans-
matched that money with ano
$100,000. A friend of his contri- portation and_ communications in
buted the rest. Individual grants the Israel cabinet, . it- was anz
nobnced by Archie_ Katcher, presi-
were allocated to the sc.hOols.
2 for 5 3.95
The money is being used to dent of the Reform BinagOgnes
Mr:and Mrs: Hamburger have
tion conditions as well as to- :pur-
nstay./ of the Allied JeW-,
chase necessary equipment. One --been 'Mai
grant enabled a Brooklyn girls' ish Campaign. :They - are . active
yeshiva to buy four buses to leaders in the Israel Bond pro- -
transport its students to and from
Their interests and benefacticais
include Detroit Institute of 'Arts,
Children's ' Hospital of mirhigan
and Sinai hospital, including the
Hamburger-Jospey Research,: Build-
ing,- which was - opened . at ..Sinai
Hospital...in 1967. The ,Haniburgers_
are active menibers of Teniple
Emanu-El and CongregatiOn, Sha-
Harry Modell is dinner chair-
man.-Maxwell Jospey and Leonard
Sinions are associate Chairmen.
Robert N. - Canvasser, president of
Temple Beth El; Bernard E. Lin-
den, president of Temple Israel,
and Morton Wolin, president of
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A Major Event on
- _Ratobt-Leon Pram ,:.was the hon-
Mri. Moshe Dayin, wife of the
ISrael defense minister, will be
the gueSt speaker - at a leadership-
reception- mi- behalf -of the Metro7 .
politan Detroit Federation of Re-
form. Synagogues...8:30 p.M. Tues-
day, at the Great Lakes Club.
The _reception is being held in ad-
vance of the third annual Federa-
tion of Reform. Synagogues Israel
Bond Dinner on Dec- 15-
Hosts at the leadership reception
will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Modell,-
Mr. and Mrs. Max-Well Jospey, Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard N. Simons,'Mr;
and Mrs. Robert N. Canvasser,
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Wolin and
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Linden.
oree Tait year.,Leotiard N. Simons"
was -the honoree at the inaugural
Detroit Federation of .Reform
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of Detroit Friends of Bar-Ilan University
Wednesday, December 1, 6 p.m.
at Congregation Shciareli Zedek
Hear an iittportant message at the - dinner from
DR. JOSEPH - H. LOOKSTEIN
Chancellor of Bar-Ilan University, in Rainat Gan, Israel
Dr. -Looksteiit will formally announce establishment' of
JUDGE THEODORE LEVIN CHAIR IN. LAW at Bar-Ilan University,'with proceeds of this dinner
For information call the Bar-Ilan Office; 23125 Coolidge- - 398-7180
DR. JOSEPH H. LOOKSTEN
Max Fisher, Honorary Chairman
Sander Levin, General Chairman
Irwin 1. Cohn and David Barris, Chairmen Phillip Stoliman, National Chairman,
of:Bar-llon Scholarship Committee
Bai-lkm Bpard of Trustees
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