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November 15, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-15

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Weizmann Institute Dedicates Chemical Research Center

• REHOVOT — An increased
emphasis on chemical re-
search to help solve the en';
ergy and raw materials crises
was predicted by Prof. 'Israel
Dostrovsky, president of the
Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence, at the opening of the
Perlman Institute of Chemi-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

cal Sciences Nov. 5 on the
institute's campus.
The dedication ceremony,
chaired by Institute Chancel-
lor Meyer W. Weisgal, was
attended by the. American
Ambassador to Israel, Ken-
neth Keating, Institute Board
Chairman Abraham Feinberg
and other members of the
Friday, Nev. 15, 1974-15

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board, as well as hundreds of
The J e w i's h Telegraphic Solarz and Frederick Rich- ernor William G. Milliken.
institute researchers.
In New York, while there
has gathered addi- mond were elected to Con-
Agency
An honorary fellowship of tional information about the gress for the first time. So- were no identifiably Jewish

the Weizmann Institute was
conferred upon Harold Perl-
man, Chicago lawyer, corn-
munity leader, philanthropist,
whose $1,500,000 donation
helped make possible the new
3,000 square-meter science
facility named for his late
parents.
I n acknowledging t h e
award, Perlman expressed
the hope that Israel and all
mankind would benefit from
the research to be carried out
in the Perlman Building and
added: "That Israel and her
Jewish friends are deter-
mined at the very hour her
enemies are planning her de-
struction to persist in the
search for truth by building
this new research institute is
a tribute to the superb qual-
ity of the Jewish spirit."

record number of Jewish
candidates elected to the
U.S. House of Representa-
tives and other offices in last
week's U.S. elections:
Eleven incumbents returned
to the House: Republican
Benjamin Gilman, and Demo-
crats Bela Abzug, Elizabeth
Holtzman, Edward I. Koch,
Benjamin S. Rosenthal and
Lester Wolff, all of New
York; Democrats Joshua Eil-
berg, Pa., Edward Mezvin-
sky, Iowa, Sidney Yates,
William Lehman, Fla., and
Republican Sam Steiger, Ariz.
• In New York, Democrats
James Scheuer and Richard
Ottinger were elected to the
House where they had served
in previous terms. In • addi-
tion, Democrats Stephen J.

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larz gained the seat vacated issues in the gubernatorial
by Bertram Podell who with- race, Jewish voters contrib-
drew from the race after in- uted heavily to Democratic
volvement in criminal pro- Rep. Hugh Carey's landslide
victory over incumbent Re-
ceedings.
For the first time Georgia publican Governor Malcolm
elected a Jewish Congress- Wilson. While ultra-Orthodox
man, Democrat Elliot Levi- Jews tended to favor the con-
tas, who defeated the Repub- servative Wilson, the Carey
lican incumbent in Atlanta's vote in predominantly Jewish
suburbs. Ohio elected a Jew- districts ran more than 3-1 in
ish Republican, Willis D. favor of the challenger.
Numerous senators and
Gradison, who defeated Dem-
ocratic -Incumbent Thomas representatives, both Repub-
Luken by a narrow margin licans and Democrats, who
have been stalwart support-
in Cincinnati.
In Maryland, Mrs. Gladys ers of Israel and Soviet emi-
Noon Spellman, of suburban gration were re-elected.
In Ohio, Democratic Rep.
Laurel, was elected and be-
came the third Jewish con- Charles A. Vanik received 79
gresswoman. She, like Miss per cent of the vote and re-
Holtzman and Mrs. Abzug, turned to Congress for his
is a Democrat. California 11th consecutive term. In
elected Democrats John R. California, Democratic Sen.
Krebs and Henry A. Waxman Alan Cranston got 68 per
to first terms. A half dozen cent of the vote for a second
other Jewish candidates were term. Pennsylvania Republi-
can Richard S. Schweiker
defeated.
In a major comeback effort won with a good margin. In
for a House seat that attract- Arkansas, Rep. Wilbur Mills
ed national attention, Abner was re-elected.
According to JTA report-
Mikvah, liberal Jewish Dem-
ocrat in Illinois, turned the ers some pessimism prevails
table to win for Congress despite favorable signs such
after having lost to the Re- as the return to the Senate
publican inc u m b e n t two of former National Republi-
years ago. This race was con- can Chairman Robert Dole of
sidered the most. expensive Kansas, one of the most out-
congressional contest in the spoken Republicans on Jew-
nation. The two candidates ish issues; the disappearance
raised campaign funds of from the new Senate for the
first time hi 30 years of, J.
about $250,000 each.
In Senate races, New York William Fulbright who was
Republican Jacob K. Javits, defeated last spring in the
running for his fourth six- Arkansas Democratic pri-
year term, won handily over mary by Governor Dale
Democrat Ramsey Clark and Bumpers; and of the aged
Conservative Party candidate Vermont Republican George
Aiken who decided to retire
Mrs. Barbara Keating.
Although Javits had made and is being replaced by 24-
his staunch pro-Israel stand year-old P. J. O'Leary, the
a campaign issue, he was top- first Democrat elected to the
ped by Clark in sane heavily Senate from the Granite
Jewish populated areas - of State An 100 years.
This pessimism stems
the city and ran neck-in-neck
with him in other districts. largely from the fact that the
- Jewish voters supporting sagging American economy,
Clark were reported -to be high interest rates, heavy un-
young, chiefly in the under-36 employment, the prospects of
age group. He also had sup- higher taxes, and the threats
port of some Jewish leaders, of gasoline and oil shortages
particularly Re f or m and as a result of Arab quadrupl-
some Conservative rabbis, ing of prices for their petrol-
while Javits had the backing eum will affect the mood of
mainly of Orthodox leaders the - new Congress when for-
and among upper middle eign aid, including aid to
class and more affluent Jews. Israel arises for considera-
Florida for the first time tion, _ as it will.
A major fact of this year's
elected a Jewish Senator,
Richard Stone, a Democrat, election is that apart from
making him the first popu- the Javits-Clark campaign in
larly-elected Jew ever to win New York foreign 'affairs
a seat in the Senate from the were hardly mentioned in the
south. His victory was all campaigns although a third
the more impressive since his of the 100 Senate . seats and
two opponents, Jack Eckerd, all 435 House memberships
a Republican, and Dr. John were contested.
Grady, the American Party
candidate, cited Stone's Jew-
ish background in their cam-
paigning. Stone had served
four years in the State Senate
and is a former secretary of
state for. Florida.
In Connecticut, former Gov -
Joe Slatkin's
ernor Abraham R ibi cof f
easily won re-election to his
third Senate term.
Pennsylvania's Democratic
Governor Milton Shapp, and
Maryland's Democratic Gov-
20811 W. 8 Mile
ernor Marvin Mandell both
between Southfield 3. Telegraph
were re-elected to second
tems. Shapp received 55 per
cent of the vote, and Man-
dell about 60 per cent.
In Michigan, former Demo-
Our Prologs* To Yee:
cratic State Senator Sander
BETTER SERVI±:11
Levin lost by 22,000 votes to
Republican incumbent Gov -

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