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October 31, 1975 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-31

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54 October 31, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NY Board Serves 8 Million Meals

By BEN GALLOB

Immunologists
Meet in Rehovot

dren of working parents in
day care centers, the feder-
ally-funded daily lunches
are the only hot meal of the
day.

REHOVOT, Israel —
Twenty-two scientists from
More than eight million
16 countries partcipated in
nutritionally balanced
an International Training
lunches were served during
Course on Molecular and
the 1974-75 school year in
More than 20,000 children Cellular Aspects of Antigen-
158 Jewish day schools, 12
icity last week at the \Veiz-
senior citizens centers and in day camps also were mann Institute of Science.
served
last
summer
through
eight day care centers in the
the site of the World Health
New York City area in a BJE food programs, he said. Organization's first Center
Food
also
was
provided
to
program directed by the
for Advanced Training in
Board of Jewish Education. children in summer school Immunology outside the
Dr. Alvin I. Schiff, BJE programs, primarily in the WHO's own Swiss head-
executive vice president, re- inner-city low income areas, quarters.
porting the figures, said helping to fill the "nutrition
At the same time, experts
that for many children in gap" which often exists be- who run most of Europe's
tween
the
end
of
one
school
the day schools, for elderly
tandem-type particle accel-
Jews struggling on fixed year and the start of the erators—used for research
incomes and for small chil- next.
into the basic structure of
Dr. Schiff said that the matter — are gathered for
BJE, through its school the Third Tandem Confer-
food services division, ence organized by the \Veiz-
WZO Has Torah
makes
the program possi- mann Institute's nuclear
Resources Center
ble by channeling funds physics department.
Tandem accelerators em-
NEW YORK — To make and commodities sole dis-
available to educators in tribution source for USDA ploy millions of volts of en-
American yeshivot and day government-donated ergy to accelerate particles
are then used for high
schools up-to-date materials kosher meat, poultry and
for Jewish and Israel stud- cheese in the Greater New precision nuclear structure
research.
ies, a Torah educational re- York area.
sources center has been es-
He said the benefits to the
tablished by the department
of Torah education and cul- participating schools and
ture of the World Zionist centers were evident, not Holy War, Hatred
Organization-American only in the upgrading of the Advocated in M.E.
quality of the meals they
Section.
NEW YORK — The Cairo
According to Micha are able to offer, but also in
journal Al-Nasr in its
Yinon, director of the de- the cost savings the institu-
partment, the center is cata- tions achieve through the June issue reported that at a
meeting of Egyptian army
loging and stocking samples centralized purchasing and
of text books, teaching man- distribution through the preachers, Abdel Moneim
Halil, assistant to the War
BJE.
uals and audio-visual aids.
'Minister for morale, empha-
sized that "faith in Allah
and in the Leader produces
now is the time
stability, love of Egypt, loy-
alty, obedience to com-
to start thinking
manders and hatred of the
of the ideal
enemy." -
The chief Imam of Saudi
gift for
Arabia said in an interview
that "The duty of jihad
(holy war) — in body and
material property — is in-
cumbent upon every Mos-
lem who is capable of taking
part. This obligation may
not be removed until the lib-
eration of Jerusalem the
(first light Friday, Nov. 28)
Holy, the Al Aqsa Mosque
and all the Moslem lands
conquered by Israel."
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Red Magen David
Nets Israel Award

JERUSALEM

Ephraim Katzir, president
of the state of Israel, named
Magen David Adorn, Israel's
Red Cross Society, as this
year's recipient of the Israel
Voluntary Service Organiza-
tion award.
The Israel Voluntary
Service Organization sin-
gled out the hundreds of
Magen David Adorn volun-
teers in Israel who work
unstintingly to ensure the
high quality of first-aid and
emergency health services
provided only by Magen
David Adorn throughout the
country.
The various MDA pro-
grams involve every aspect
of health maintenance and
preservation of human life
for the entire country and
population. These include
the MDA Central Blood
Bank, National Blood Serv-
ice and Blood Insurance pro-
gram, 200 first-aid and
health stations, first-aid in*-
struction schools, 24-hour
emergency ambulance and
coronary rescue service.

Rose Baltimore

Rose Baltimore, a ma-
ternity nurse for more than
20 years died Oct. 26 at age
89.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Bal-
timore lived 55 years in De-
troit. She worked under the
name of Rose Brawn, and
was a maternity nurse from
1940 to 1960. She was a
member of Zager Chapter of
Bnai Brith.
Mrs. Baltimore leaves a
son, Sol; and two grandchil-
dren.

Organization Helps
Young Immigrants

Sam Levine, 75, Scrap Dealer

Sam Levine, a semi-re-
tired scrap metals dealer,
died Oct. 28 at age 75.
, Born in Russia, Mr. Lev-
ine lived 65 years in Detroit.
He was the owner of Levine
Iron and Metal for 40 years.
He was the cemetery
chairman of Hebrew Memo,
Hal Park, trustee of Hebrew
Benevolent Society and on
its board of directors, poten-
tate of staff of the Shrine of
the Moslem Temple, a mem-_
ber of the Crescent Shrine
Club, Dearborn Shrine Club
and the East Side Shrine

Max S. Ferar, 93

Max S. Ferar, founder
and co-owner of Magnet
Radiator Works, Inc., in
Detroit, died Oct. 25 at age
93.
Born in Russia, Mr. Ferar
lived 60 years in Detroit. He
was in business for 58 years.
He was a member of Pales-
tine Lodge of the Masons.
He leaves three sons,
Montgomery, Robert D. and
Leonard; eight grandchil-
dren and six great-grand-
children.

A young Russian oleh is
shown at Darkei Haim in
Israel, studying Jewish
culture, religion and He-
brew.

* * *

An organization has
formed in Israel to help
Russian immigrants adjust
to Israeli life. Called Darkei
Haim, the group is espe-
cially concerned with reli-
gious training for immi-
grant youth from Russia.
Rabbi David Roter, direc-
tor of Darkei Haim, said the
organization works for spir-
itual integration, adjust-
ment to employment, pre-
vention of re-immigration,
prevention of economic and
social problems and educa-
tion.
More than 60 percent of
the youth it works with are
between age 21 and 27 who
are veterans of the Russian
Army.

Israel to Use Tires
for Artificial Reef

HAIFA — Israel's first
artificial reef, which is de-
signed both to attract fish
and to provide an ecologi-
cally acceptable place for
disposal of solid waste, will
be built soon off the coast of
Haifa.
The reef will be con-
structed from 1,000 defec-
tive tires. The tires will be
filled with concrete and tied
together in groups of three
to guarantee they remain in
place. It will cover an area of
over 1,000 square meters.
Assisting in building the
reef are the Fisheries De-
partment, the Haifa Tour-
ism Development Co. and
the Environmental Protec-
tion Agency. .The cost will
be a few thousand dbllars ,
due primarily to the dona-
tion of the tires by Alliance
Tire Company.

Club, Provost Unit of the
Moslem Shrine, the Redford
Shrine Club and ambassa-
dor for the Moslem Temple,
chaplain of Craftsman lodge
of the Masons, Bnai Brith
and an honorary member of
Detroit Police Lieutenants
and Sergeants Association.
He resided at 22721 Tim-
berline, Southfield.
He is survived by two
sons, Charles of Scottsdale,
Ariz., and Morey of Be-
thesda, Md.; two daughters,
Mrs. Muriel Korman and
Mrs. Aron (Harriet) Zaret; a
sister, Mrs. Lena Rosin; and
13 grandchildren.

Bernard Schwartz

Bernard Schwartz, owner
of Schwartz Vending Co. for
several years, died Oct. 26 at
age 52.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Schwartz had been making
his home in \Vildwood, Fla.,
at the time of his death. He
was a founder of the Rafel-
son Post, JeWish War Veter-
ans; and a past commander.
He also was a member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
He is survived by his wife,
Evelyn; a son, Dr. Jeffrey of
Man comes to the world Chicago; two daughters,
with grasping- hands, indi- Mrs. Susan Victorson of El
cating: All the world he- Paso, Texas, and Mrs. Rob-
longs to me: but abandons it ert (Terry) Neuman of
with outstretched hands, Longwood, Fla; one brother;
indicating: I have not taken a sister, Mrs. Bernard
anything with 010 from the (Billie), tSherman of Livonia;
world. _
and one granddaughter. In-
— The Talmud terment Longwood.

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