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June 15, 1973 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-15

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Local Shop Is
National HQ
for Dayan Coin

Dan Lewitt, owner of the
Michigan Mint Coin Shop,
8104 W. Mile Mile, Oak Park,
has been named both national
and local distributor of the
new Moshe Dayan medal, the
first of a series of coins de-
picting Israel's heroes.
Proceeds of all sales go to
the Friends of Israel's Dis-
abled Veterans, and checks
thus made out are tax de-
ductible. Peter Weiss and
Rabbi Hayim Donin are co-
chairmen of the project.

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MORTON and MICHAEL
RUBIN graduated with hon-
ors from the Kirksville Col-
lege of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Morton, son of the
Morris A. Mortons, received
the Upjohn Pharmaceutical
Laboratory Achievement
Award as the graduating
senior who has made the
most outstanding contribu-
tion to the welfare of his
fellow students and his col-
lege. He also was presented
with a plaque for his service
as president of the college's
student council. The son of
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Ru-
bin, Dr. Rubin, who served
as president of the Jewish
Student Center at Kirksville,
received the Stewart Fund
Scholarship Award for scho-
lastic and leadership abili-
ties. Both will intern at De-
troit Osteopathic Hospital.

The acting president of the
Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence, Prof. ISRAEL -DOS-
TROVSKY was awarded an
honorary doctorate by Tel
Aviv University for his sci-

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entific achievements in the
area of physical chemistry
and, in particular, for his
considerable contribution to
Israel's desalination prograni
and the exploitation of the
mineral resources of the
Negev.

Prof. MICHAEL EVENA-
RI, Hebrew University bota-
nist, has been elected a cor-
responding member of the
American Society of Plant
Physiologists. Prof. Evenari
is renowned for adapting and
expanding upon ancient Na-
*
batean farming methods in
The French Jewish sociol- his desert pilot farms in the
ogist C L A U D E LEVI- Negev.
STRAUSS, who was elected
ISAAC M. OBERMAN of
to the French Academy last
month, was awarded the New Yoyk, a national vice
Erasmus Prize" in Holland president of the Zionist Or-
for "his outstanding contri- ganization of America, has
bution to European culture." been named chairman of the
The 100,000-guilders prize ZOA national convention
was presented by Prince committee for the organiza-
Bernhard in the presence of tion's 76th - annual conven-
Queen Juliana and Crown tion, Aug. 30-Sept. 2, in
Houston.
Princess Beatrix.
* * *
Finance Minister PINHAS
General Motors president SAPIR and Deputy Prime
EDWARD N. COLE was Minister YIGAL ALLON will
elected president of the address Israel Bond meetings
United Foundation. ALAN E. in various parts of the Uni-
SCHWARTZ was elected a ted States and Canada this
vice chairman.
month in the final phase of a
*
two-month intensive c a s h
Rabbi LUDWIG NADEL- drive to produce $75,000,000
MANN has been elected to in tribute to Prime Minister
the new post of executive Golda Meir's 75th birthday.
* *
vice president of the Jewish
Reconstructionist Foundation
CHARLES E. SMITH was
it was announced by Rabbi the honoree at the National
Ira Eisenstein, president. He Founder s Conference of
will assume his office on American Friends of the He-
Sept. 1.
brew University last week-
* * *
end. He was awarded the
ALEXANDER GINSBURG Magnes Gold Medal for his
was appointed general secre- leadership and philanthrophy.
*
*
tary of the Central Council
Congressman MARIO
of Jews in Germany, re-
placing the late Dr. Hendrik BIAGGI (D. N.Y.) scored the
h'ighest in an evaluation of the
George Van Dam.
New York Democratic
MAX J. RUBIN, a mem- mayoralty candidates in the
ber of the New York State June 4 primary by the Jewish
Board of Regents since 1965, Rights Council Political ed-
announced his resignation ucation committee. The
from the board. He explained Bronx - Queens congressman
he recently moved to South- was awarded 15 out of a ,pos-
bury, Conn., and that re- sibile 16 points by the 22
gents were required to live members of JERICO's metro-
politan council.
in New York State.
* *
LOUIS MAX of Rockville,
Md., was appointed informa-
tion director of Bnai Brith
Youh Organiaztion, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Louis Perl-
man, chairman of the Bnai
Starting July 1, Medicare
Brith Youth Commission. coverage will be extended to
Max, 30, has helped develop 1,700,000 disabled people
a family service agency and under 65.
house for runaways in Vir-
Disabled people who have
ginia.
received social security dis-
* * «
ability payments for two
Ten Jews have been elect- years or more will be able to
ed to federal or state parlia- get help from Medicare in
ments in Australia. Three paying their hospital and
Jews will serve in the Fed- doctor bills and other cover-
eral Parliament: JOSEPH ed services, according to
BERINSON, BARRY COHEN Sam. F. Test, Manager of the
and DR. MOSS CASS.
curity Office, at 17 .500 Lah-
*
ser. Medicare was previously
Two widely recognized available only to people 65
political campaign firms— or over.
MG and Casey, Inc., of De-
For further information
troit, and The Communica- contact the Social Security
tions Company, of Washing- office, 537-9310.
ton, D.C.,—have joined to
help elect Council President
MEL RAVITZ mayor of De-
troit, his campaign director,
THE
MARVIN MELTZER, an-
nounced.

I THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

friday, June 15, 1973-33

954 Soviet Emigres

Circumcised in '72-73

JERUSALEM — A total of
954 immigrants from the So-
viet Union were circumcised
in Israel during the 1972-
73 financial year, the minis-
try for religious affairs an-
nounced.
The ministry pays the hos-
pitalization and medical fees,
which amounted to IL 80,000
(about $20,000).
- Most patients are children,
but there are many adults,
too, who were unable to be
circumcised in Russia and
do so in Israel as soon as

they arrive.
Local religious councils
and voluntary organizations
are active in persuading re-
luctant or embarrassed im-
migrants to come forward
and be circumcised.

JOE MILLER

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