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April 20, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-20

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Friday, April 20, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Wayne State Medical School
Names Award for Dr. Weiner

REMEMBER

THE BLUE BOX
AND EVERYTHING IT
STANDS FOR ON EVERY
IMPORTANT OCCASION.

The Wayne State Univer-
sity School of Medicine's
Deputy Dean, Dr. Lawrence
M. Weiner, has been hon-
ored by the medical school's
alumni association, with
the establishment of a spe-
cial award bearing his
name. Dr. Weiner will re-
ceive the award during the
alumni association's medi-
cal alumni reunion day,
May 9, at the Michigan Inn.
The Lawrence M. Weiner
Award has been created to
recognize the unique con-
tributions that non-alumni
have made to the school of
medicine.
A University of Wis-
consin graduate, Dr.
Weiner came to the
school of medicine in
1952, as an instructor in
the department of mic-
robiology. He sub-

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rank of professor, and
served as acting mic-
robiology department
chairman in 1963-1964,
and again in 1970-1972.
Dr. Weiner was ap-
pointed deputy dean in
1972.

The -WSU Medical
Alumni Association's board
of governors has established
that each year, candidates
for the Lawrence M. Weiner
Award will be considered.
However, they have stated
their intention to present
the award only when it is
believed that the individual
under consideration's his-
tory of performance meets
the standards set by Dr.
Weiner's record of service to
Wayne State's School of
Medicine.

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Israel Mission
Visited Chinese

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
An Israeli economic mission

visited the People's Repub-
lic of China secretly during
March, Haaretz revealed.
The paper's military
correspondent, Zeev Schiff,
said the delegation dis-
cussed projects and Israeli
products which it thought
might interest the Chinese.
There were no immediate
results, the paper reported.
But the hope is that once the
peace with Egypt "takes
hold," the Chinese will thaw
their cold relations with Is-
rael.
The Israeli delegation
was flown to China aboard
the private business jet of
millionaire businessman
Shaul Eisenberg, who has
major interests in the Far
East and was the go-
between in arranging the
mission.
The plane left Ben-
Gurion Airport in secret
and flew to China with one
stopover. The Israeli team
remained in China for a
"short time," Haaretz said.
Official sources would
neither confirm nor deny
the report.

Agencies Focus
on Saving Energy

About 50 representatives
of Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion member agencies and
other Jewish communal in-
stitutions attended a
threeihour seminar on
energy conservation April 4
at United Hebrew Schools.
The seminar was spon-
sored by Federation and the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.
Participants were urged
to conduct an "energy au-
dit" of their facilities to de-
termine how energy is being
used. Information on re-
sources for help in energy
conservation — including
government agencies, util-
ity companies and trade
associations — was dis-
cussed.
The presentation was
made by spokesmen for Ar-
thur Young and Co., cer-
tified public accountants, on
behalf of the State of Michi-
gan Department of Com-
merce. The seminar was one
of a series of such confer-
ences the department is
holding throughout the
state.

ZOA Establishes
Youth Program-

NEW YORK — A 10-
month leadership training
work program in Israel for
high school graduates has
been announced as a new
project of Masada, the youth
movement of the Zionist
Organization of America.
The program, which is
part of the Institute for
Jewish Youth Leaders from
Abroad, runs from Sep-
tember to July, and is or-
ganized in two parts: a
five-month study period in
Jerusalem, and a five-
month work period on a
kibutz or a moshay.
For information, contact
Masada, 4 E. 34 St., New
York 10016.

Detroit Histadrut Campaign
Associates, Doctors Meet

The Israel Histadrut Campaign of Metropolitan
Detroit has had- a number of events in recent weeks. In
the top photograph, Benjamin Abileah, right, Israel
Minister of Information in New York, is shown at a
meeting of Histadrut Associates with Histadrut lead-
ers, from left, Isadore Shrodeck, Goldie Eskin, Shel-
don Klimist. In the bottom photograph, at the first of a
series of medical luncheon meetings are, clockwise
from left, Drs. Julien Priver, L. Hudson Rosenthal,
Perry Goldman, Irving Posner and Benjamin Gutow,
Histadrut staffer Jean Fredson, guest speaker Dr.
Shimon Moses of Israel and Ms. Eskin.

Shah Wanted Israeli Help

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A
lengthy article in Maariv
recently dealt with Israel's
ties to the Shah of Iran. The
article claimed that Israel
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan was asked by the
Shah to advise him on deal-
ing with the internal unrest
in Iran.
The article also said the
Shah wanted the Israelis to
intervene with the U.S. to,
soften criticism of Iran's
human rights problems.
The article claimed
that Israel's first contact
with the Shah was
through an Iranian Jew
named Meir Ezri who had
spent many years in Is-
rael.
Ezri, the article said, was
once asked by the Shah
whether he was more loyal

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loves more — his father or
his mother?"

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