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December 17, 1976 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-17

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Friday, December 17, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Words and Deeds

Adversity

Judge a man by his deeds,
not by his words.
Talmud

Adversity is the true
school of the mind.
Talmud

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Nuclear Physics Study Center Opens at Weizmann Institute

futuristic 56-meter-high
twin-tower structure
housing a 14 UD Pellet-
ron — one of the most
sophisticated instru-
ments available for the
advanced study of the
nucleus of the atom —
was recently dedicated on
the Weizmann Institute
campus.
The opening ceremony
of the Koffler Ac-
celerator, first phase of
the Canada Centre of
Nuclear Physics, took
place in the presence of
Israel's President Prof.
Ephraim Katzir, Cana-
dian Ambassador Ed-
ward G. Lee, government
leaders, distinguished
scientists from the Insti-
tute and abroad, includ-
ing several Nobel
laureates, and a special
delegation of 250 promi-
nent Canadians headed
by Canadian business

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and civic leader, Murray
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It will be operated
jointly by the Weizmann
Institute, the Hebrew
University and Ben-
Gurion University, and
will serve physicists both
from Israel and abroad.
Earlier in the day, at a
festive session at the 27th
annual general meeting.
of the institute's board of
governors the Weizmann
Institute conferred the
honorary degree of Doc-
tor of Philosophy on Ada
Sereni, widow of World
War II hero Enzo Sereni,
and herself a moving
force in the pre-state
struggle to rescue Euro-
pean Jewry; Maurice M.
Boukstein, jurist, long-
time legal adviser to the
Jewish Agency and other

Zionist bodies and a foun-
der of the institute's
American Committee;
Prof. Paul J. Flory, Nobel
laureate in chemistry
from Stanford Univer-
sity, California, and Kof-
fler, a member of the in-
stitute's board of gover-
nors and the chairman of
its Canadian Society.

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Seven years of planning
and construction went into
the project. Weizmann In-
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Kalman Packouz has
couraging
intermar-
prepared a practical
riages.
guide on "How to Stop an
There are also chapters
Intermarriage" in order
on what the community
to stem a rising trend
and the family can do to
that is reaching epidemic forestall intermarriage
proportions in the world
crises.
Jewish community.
Published by the In-
termarriage Crisis Con- Dayan Newspaper
ference (PO Box 14149,
Jerusalem), the book em- Ceases Publication
JERUSALEM
phasizes that stopping an
intermarriage is only a "Hayom Hazeh," the
very limited achievement daily newspaper edited
— very soon the person in by former Israel Defense
question- may form Minister Moshe Dayan,
another liaison with a ceased publication Nov.
gentile, unless he or she is 28 after three months in
worked with and is given business.
Deputy editor Eli
a knowledge and appreci-
told
the
ation of our sacred heri- Landau
tage. Jerusalem Post that the
But stopping an inter- paper had been selling
marriage buys time; and -between 15,000-18,000
the author has- put to-' papers each day and de-
gether a practical guide nied reports that circula-
to help parents (and tion had been only 5,000-
others) to achieve this 8,000.
Landau said the paper
goal.
Step by step, he analyzes would re-appear soon as a
what approach can and weekly, but he could not
should be taken, paying specify when. Landau
due attention to both the said that Dayan would
intellectual and emotional participate in the weekly
factors involved. Packouz edition but would not con-
includes advice on how to tinue as editor.
argue and how not to ar-
gue.
He provides 20 typical Medal Will Depict
and instructive case his- Entebbe Rescue
tories; a list of institu-
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
tions in this country and
in Israel where young The government • medal
corporation will issue a
men and women of lim-
medal to commemorate
ited Jewish background
can be s-et to find out the Entebbe rescue oper-
more about their Jewish- ation.
The medal—gold, silver
ness; a list of books about
and bronze — will depict
Judaism that they can be
given; and even a list of the army emblem and air
rabbis in various parts of force wings with the He-
the country (including
brew and English inscrip-
Detroit) and overseas tion, "The Jonathan Op-
who have been recom-
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mended to the author as
will be sold Jan. 1-March
being effective in dis-
1, 1977.

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