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July 13, 1973 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-13

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22—Friday, July 13, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

5 Re-Elected

Committee Named To Honor Dr. Belkin's
30th Anniversary of Presidency

NEW YORK--Industrialists
Charles C. Bassine and Max
Stern have been named chair-
men of a national effort to
celebrate the 30th annivers-
ary of Dr. Samuel Belkin's

presidency of Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
The 30th anniversary cele-
bration was initiated at a
special convocation in March
at the university, where an
I IIIIIIIII I IIIIII I IIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIII I II I IIIIII I II honorary doctoral degree was
c on f e r red upon Israel's
Premier Golda Meir.
Dr. Belkin's distinctive ed-
ucational administration be-
gan in May, 1943, when at
the age of 32, the Hellenic
scholar became one of the
youngest college presidents
in America. Thirty y ears
later, having led the institu-
to a place of world-wide
Galore tion
prominence in education, re-
at
search and community
leadership, Dr. Belkin has
become "dean" of the na-
tion's college and university
presidents.

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TORONTO (JTA) — Five
Jewish members of the Man-
itoba Legislative Assembly
have won re-election—three
of them on the slate of the
incumbent New Democratic
(Socialist) Party and two on
opposition p a r t y tickets.
There are only 22,000 Jews
in the Canadian mid-west-
ern province of 850,000 but
they play a prominent role
in its political affairs.
The three Jewish New De-
mocrats re-elected are Saul
Cherniak, Sydney Green and
Saul Miller, all members of
the provincial cabinet. The
two other Jews are I. H.
Asper, leader of the five-
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Sydney Spivak of the Pro-
gressive Conservative Party.
Asper won by a single vote
and a recount is expected.
A sixth Jewish member of
the Assembly, Cy Gonick,
did not stand for re-election.
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Austrians May
Have Air Base
in Saudi Arabia

VIENNA (JTA)—The oppo-
sition Peoples (Conservative)
Party said that it would raise
in parliament reports that an
Austrian government - owned
construction c omp a n y is
building a military air base
in Saudi Arabia.
An opposition spokesman
said the party would demand
a clarifying statement from
Foreign Minister Rudolph
Kirschschlaeger because the
alleged construction compro-
mises Austria's neutrality in
the Middle East conflict.
According to press reports
here, construction of the air
base at Al Abha, Saudi Ara-
bia, began in 1871.
The base includes a hangar
for 12 fighter-bombers, a
bomb test site and personnel
barracks. Mohammed H. el-
Zayyat, the Egyptian foreign
minister, arrived here Thurs-
day on a four-day visit for
talks with Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky and other Austrian
government otfficials.
El-Zayyat will meet with
President Tito of Yugoslavia
in Belgrade before coming to
Vienna.

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TEL AVIV — A telephone on the phone they talk for

No Busy SicYnal on This
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LONDON — Twenty-six art
link-up here with Moscow hours, literally, about some
works from the collection of
scientists may be a step to- scientific point.
ward the demise of the tra-
"No one has the heart to the late, tough-guy actor,
ditional teacher-student class- remind them that its an ex- Edward G. Robinson were
room situation.
pensive international call." sold to the tune of $1,900,000
at Sotheby's auction house
When a number of Soviet
here.
Jewish scientists went on a
Golda Picks Adviser
New York dealer Stephen
hunger strike recently to
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Premier Hahn paid a record $675,000
protest the Soviet govern-
Golda Meir appointed her for a Picassso work entitled
ment's refusal to let them military aide, Col. Yisrael "Le Mort (La Misr au Tom-
emigrate, they were dis- Lior, to serve as her special beau), painted in 1901.
missed from their posts.
Among the other 25 works
Hearing this, the president adviser on anti-terrorist ac-
of Tel Aviv University con- tivities. He replaces Gen. in the collection were
Aharon Yariv who resigned bronzes by Degas and Rodin
tacted one of the scientists, to run for the Knesset.
and impressionist paintings.
Professor Mark Azbel who
was fired from the Landau
Institute f a r Theoretical
Physics for wanting to emi-
grate to Israel, and hired
him to teach.
Azbel lectures over the
phone and the information is
taped for use during the fall
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NEW YORK (JTA)—The
World Conference of Jewish
Organizations (COJO) will
meet in plenary session in
Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday
and Monday.
The meeting in the Hotel
du Rhone will be attended by
an estimated 75 delegates
from COJO's 11 participat-
ing organizations in North
and South America, Europe,
South Africa, Australia and
Israel.
Dr. William Wexler of
Savannah, Ga., chairman of
COJO, will preside at the
two-clay session. The agenda
includes a comprehensive
exploration of recent de-
velopments affecting Soviet
Jewry and a series of re-
ports and analyses of the
Middle East scene and the
problem of alienation and as-
similation among young Jews
in the Western hemisphere.

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