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September 01, 1978 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-01

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8 Friday, September 1, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Phil Slomovitz-Will Address
Magen David Adorn Dinner

Philip Slomovitz, editor
and publisher of The Jewish
News, will address the
Magen David Adorn tes-
timonial dinner, honoring
Rae Sharfman, 7 p.m. Sept.
17 at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Cocktails will be served at
6.

PHILIP SLOMOVITZ

Mr. and Mrs. Slomovitz
are on the executive board
of the Michigan Region of
American Red Magen
David for Israel, and are the
recipients of many MDA
awards.
Mrs. Sharfman, active for
many years with her hus-
band in MDA affairs, will
receive the Distinguished
Humanitarian Service
Award.
Greetings will be brought
by Joseph Handleman, na-
tional president of Ameri-
can Red Magen David for Is-
rael.

Myron S. Steinberg is
dinner-dance chairman.

Riots Marked

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
ceremony marking the 49th
anniversary of the Hebron
massacre of 1929, in which
67 Jews were killed by Arab
rioters while British police
looked on, was held in Heb-
ron last week, with the par-
ticipation of the victims'
families and other guests.
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg, whose wife was saved
by an Arab family during
the massacre, spoke at the
ceremony.
A Torah scroll honoring
the victims, begun at the
ceremony, i is to be com-
pleted in the coming year.
Several Kiryat Arba
youngsters chided Burg for
closing Mishmar Hagvul
Yeshiva in Kiryat Arba.

Newsletter Fights
Proselytizers
NEW YORK — A "Jews

for Jews" newsletter will be
published which will con-
tain information on how to
fight the efforts of mission-
ary groups who seek con-
verts from among the
Jewish community. The
newsletter will be distrib-
uted free by the Jewish
Community Information
Council.-
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin,
national chairman of the
council, serves as editor of
the new publication. Copies
can be secured by writing
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin,
Newsletter, POB 11, Lawr-
ence, New York 11559. All
requests must be accom-
panied by a stamped, self-
addressed envelope.

He will be assisted by Dr.
Harold Maxmen, Mrs.
Felix Fosenzweig and
Mrs. Harvey A. Beaver,
head of the women's
committee. Dr. John J.

Mames is chairman of the
Michigan 'Region.

For information or reser-
vations, call the ARMDI
office, 353-0434; Mrs. Larry
Brenners, 357-3571; or Mrs.
Rosenzweig, 353-4038.

Israeli Doctor Invited to Cairo

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
An Israeli gynecologist has
been invited to an interna-
tional gynecological confer-
ence to be held in Cairo at
year's end.
Dr. Yoram Diamand,
practicing physician at
Jerusalem's Hadassah Hos-
pital, received official con-
firmation of his invitation
from the Egyptian govern-
ment through the Interna-
tional Organization of
Gynecologists, centered in

Switzerland.
The conference will be
held under the sponsorship
of Jihan Sadat, President
Anwar Sadat's wife.
In its communique to
Diamand, the
gynecologists' organization
called on Israel to send addi-
tional researchers to the
conference, noting that
Egypt had not placed any
limitation on the number of
Israelis attending the con-
clave.

My preference for Hellas
has since then decreased. I
see now that the Greeks
were merely handsome
striplings. The Jews, how-
ever, have always been

men, strenuous and full of
power, not only at that time,
but even at the present day,
in spite of 1,800 years of
persecution and misery.
— Heinrich Heine

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