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October 27, 1978 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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Friday, October 21, 1978

Passion is the friend of
prejudice, not reason.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A four-member panel will
address the annual volun-
teer institute of the Jewish
Family and Resettlement
Service slated to take place
9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the
United Hebrew Schools
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BENJAMIN ABILEAH

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The quintuplets born in
Jerusalem over the
weekend entered their
fourth day Wednesday
doing well, according to a
Hadassah Medical Center
spokesman.
The quintuplets were
born Saturday to Sarah and
Yosef Vexler of Beersheba,
following a fertility treat-
ment.
The five — three boys and
two girls — were delivered
by Caesarean section in the
mother's 35th week of preg-
nancy. She came to the hos-
pital two months ago, ex-
pecting to give birth to
quadruplets, and was sur-
prised by yet another addi-
tion to the family. The Vex-
lers already have one child.
The Vexlers live in a
two-room flat, but the Con-
struction and Housing
Ministry has already prom-
ised them a new, four-room
dwelling.
Asked how she would face
the new challenge, Mrs.
Vexler said, "It's going to be
difficult, but I - shall man-
age. I love children."
If the boys continue to
progress as they have done
so far, it is expected that the
triple Brit Mila will take
place in two weeks.

Harbor Island
Spa Celebrates
Anniversary

And most certainly, we can fly you
to Tel Aviv. And we serve delicious
kosher meals on your way to Israel
or whereveryou go. But please be
sure to tell us in advance.



Benjamin
Abileah,
minister and director of the
Israel Information Center
in New York, will address a
Histadrut leadership
brunch 10:45 a.m. Nov. 5 at
the Labor Zionist Institute,
announces Morris Lieber-
man, Histadrut Campaign
chairman.

main building. Theme for
the institute is "Frank Open
Discussion on the Give and
Take of Volunteerism."
Panelists include Dr.
Ronald E. Trunsky, An-
nette Bechek, Alicia Karr
and Edythe Jackier. Fayga
Dombey. coordinator of vor-
unteer services for JFS, will
be moderator.
Dr. Trunsky is a prac-
ticing psychiatrist and
psychiatric consultant to
the Jewish Home for
Aged and is on the staffs
of the Wayne State Uni-
versity School of
Medicine and Sinai Hos-
pital. Mrs. Bechek is a
JFS staffer and conducts
group therapy. Ms. Karr
is supervisor of Reset-
tlement Service, and Mrs.
Jackier has .been an
active volunteer in the
community
For information, call Mrs.
Dombey or Clara
Barenholtz at the JFS
office, 559-1500.

Quints Are Well

Grand opening Nov. 21. Reserve now for your
Thanksgiving & Winter vacation.

Th

Israel Information Official
Will Address Histradrut

Volunteerism Parley Due
for Jewish Family Service

MIAMI BEACH — Har-
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22nd anniversary.
New and improved
facilities have been made
available for both men and
women. Among the spa's
facilities are whirlpool
baths, heated mineral
water pools and newly re-
modeled cabanas.
For information, write
the Harbor Island Spa,
Miami Beach, Fla., 33141.

.

Abileah was economic
officer at the Israel Em-
bassy in Cyprus from 1962
to 1966. For the next three
years, he served in Manila,
the Philippines as first sec-
retary and later charge d'af-
faires at the Israel Em-
bassy.
In 1969, he was sent to
Los Angeles, where he
was Consul of Informa-
tion for the Southwestern
States. He held this post
until 1973, when he was
appointed Deputy Con-
sul General of Israel in
New York, a position he
held until 1974.
Abileah also was spokes-

Profs Receive
Service Award

Dr. Leonard Moss, profes-
sor of anthropology at
Wayne State University,
received the 1978 WSU
Alumni Faculty Service
Award during ceremonies
at the university's recent
fall faculty assembly. Dr.
Albert I. King, professor of
mechanical engineering,
was a co-recipient of the
award.
A member of the WSU fa-
culty since 1952, Dr. Moss
served as chairman of the
department of sociology and
anthropology from 1962 to
1968. A founding member of
the American Italian His-
torical Association and the
Italian American Cultural
Society, Dr. Moss is consid-
ered an authority on the
people of Northern Italy. He
was awarded a Knighthood
in the Order of Merit, Re-
public of Italy, in 1965 and
is an executive member of
the Italian Center for Cul-
tural Anthropology.

In 1961-62 and 1968-69,
Dr. Moss was a Fulbright
Senior Lecturer in An-
thropology at the Univer-
sity of Rome. He is a fellow
of the American An-
thropological Association,
American Association of the
Advancement of Science,
and the Royal Anthropolog-
ical Institute.
Dr. Moss is listed in Who's
Who in America and
American Men and Women
of Science.

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