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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-10

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62 Friday, July 10, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sir Immanuel Faces Problem

NEW YORK — The
knighting of Britain's chief
rabbi, Rabbi Immanuel
Jacobovits, presents a prob-
lem that was faced-by prev-
ious rabbis who were knigh-
ted.
According to the Jewish
Post and Opinion the sym-
bol for knighthood is the
shape of a cross.
The paper said previous
rabbis who were knighted
included Rabbi Hermann
Adler, who tucked the
medallion into his robes so

Festival Cites
Travel Film

NEW YORK — The
movie travelogue "Source of
Faith" was recently
awarded the American Film
Festival's Red Ribbon
Award in the category of
best travel films. The film
was produced for the Israel
Government Tourism Ad-
ministration by American
producer Andre de la Varre
Jr.

that only the top was visi-
ble, and Rabbi A.I. Kook,
chief rabbi of Palestine, who
placed the medallion inside
the sleeve of his jacket.

Israeli Citizens
Back Nuclear
Reactor Attack

TEL AVIV (JNI) - —
Nearly 83 percent of the Is-
raelis polled by the
Jerusalem Post supported
Israel's decision to bomb the
Iraqi reactor.
Of those for the raid, 48.4
percent saw an immediate
threat to Israel and 47 per-
cent agreed adding that the
timing was irrelevant. Of
the 11.4 percent against,
25.5 percent considered the
government's decision an
election ploy, 20 percent
would have postponed the
raid and 21.3 percent felt
diplomacy had not been
exhausted.

Sincerity and truth are
the basis of every virtue.

Dr. Jack Greenberg, Former ZOD President
Balfour Event Programmist, Dies at 70

several Balfour concert
committees before becom-
ing ZOD president.
Born in Russia, Dr.
Greenberg was graduated
from the Wayne State Uni-
versity Medical School in
1937. He was on the staff of
Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital,
where he was the director of
family practice programs,
for more than 40 years. He
also was on the staffs of Pro-
vidence and Brent Hospi-

Dr. Jack Greenberg, a
former president of the De-
troit District of the Zionist
Organization of America,
died Tuesday after a pro-
longed illness. He was 70.

DR. JACK GREENBERG

Bernice K. Hopp, who
held leading roles in local
Jewish organizations, par-
ticularly in the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and Allied
Jewish Campaign, died
July 2 at age 79.
Born in Harrisville,
Mich., Mrs. Hopp was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan in 1923.
She was the past national
vice chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal Women's
Division, past president of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division, past
chairman of the Women's
Division of Allied Jewish

Dr. Greenberg, who
supervised programming
for Balfour Concerts of the
ZOD for several years to-
gether with wife, Flor-
ence, was -a music lover
whose aim was to secure the
best talent for the annual
events of ZOD. He chaired

Chairs at TAU

TEL AVIV — The new
Bauer-Neuman Chair in
Applied Mathematics and
Theoretical Mechanics was
inaugurated at Tel Aviv
University to study the de-
velopment and use of math-
ematical methods for appli-
cation towards the formula-
tion and solution of practi-
cal problems, including
such diverse areas as bi-
ology, economics and
sophisticated industry.
In addition, the Mel and
Sheila Jaffee Chair in In-
ternational Trade was in-
augurated at the univer-
sity.

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Reportedly Lead
to Anti-Semitism

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Besides his wife, Dr.
tals.
Greenberg leaves two
During World War II, daughters, Mrs. M. Richard
Dr. Greenberg was a cap- (Lois) Mendelson of
tain in the Army Air Schenectady, N.Y., and
Corps. He was a member Mrs. Beth Zirin Df Israel ;
of the American, Michi- five sisters, IVIcs. Ben (Ida)
gan and Wayne County Baron of North Hollywood,
Medical Societies the Fla., Mrs. Betty Singer,
board of Certified Family Mrs. Moe (Rose) Goodman,
Practice Medicine.
Mrs. Harold (Ethel) Pliskow
Dr. Greenberg also was a _ and Mrs. Dina Rubenstein
member of Tam-O-Shanter of Peabody, Mass.; and six
Country Club.
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NEW YORK (JTA) —
The neglect of Jewish his-
tory in American high
school and college textbooks
helps foster anti-Semitism,
according to a Catholic
scholar.
"Students fill in the gaps
with anti-Semitic concepts
and stereotypes acquired
from the family, the church
and the street," Prof. Fred-
erick Schweitzer, chairman
of the Manhattan College
history department, told a
recent conference of leading
textbook publishers, spon-
sored by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith and the Association of
American Publishers.

UJA Conducts
Walk-A-Thon

NEW YORK — United
Jewish Appeal's fifth an-
nual Walk-A-Thon, held in
40 communities in the
United States and Canada
this spring, raised a total of
$1,323,880.

Campaign, past chairman
of the Women's Committee
of United Community Serv-
ices, a member of the board
of trustees of Temple Beth
El and past president of its
sisterhood and a member of
the board of the Detroit
Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians

and Jews.
She leaves her husband,
John C.; a son, John Jr.; a
daughter, Mrs. Emanuel
(Lois H.) Mark of New York
City; two sisters, Mrs.
George (Louise) Wayburn of
Palm Beach, Fla., and Mrs.
Conrad (Velma) Friedman;
and seven grandchildren.

Joseph Jacobson Dies at 84

Joseph S. Jacobson,
former owner of Joe's Army
and Navy Store in
downtown Pontiac, died
July 7 at age 84.
Born in Lithuania, Mr.
Jacobson lived 63 years in
the U.S. He was a 50-year
member of Bnai Brith and
was active in tasks on be-
half of its Youth and Serv-
ices Appeal.
He recently was honored
by Bnai Brith District 6 and
by the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council. In addi-
tion, he was cited by the
Michigan legislature.
Mr. Jacobson was a
member of the
Businessmen's Club of
the Jewish Community
Center Mizrachi, Zionist
Organization of America

Masada Ad
Named Winner

NEW YORK — "Adver-
tising Age," an advertising
trade publication, recently
selected an advertisement
featuring Masada, produced
by the Israel Government
Tourist Office and El Al Is-
rael Airlines, as the winner
in a contest covering adver-
tising in the travel indus-
try.
The advertisement ap-
peared in color in national
magazines and in black-
and-white in newspapers in
April and May — in the
wake of the ABC television
mini-series "Masada."

Kosher Food
at Jamboree

IRVING, Tex. (JTA)
— The Boy Scouts of
America have announced
that kosher food will be
available at the 1981 Na-
tional Scout Jamboree July
29-Aug. 4.
Officials said an army
field kitchen will be made
kosher at FOrt A.P. Hill, Va.
by Rabbi Louis Tuchman of
Peoria, Ill.

Slander is_the revenge of
a coward.

and was active in efforts
on behalf of the Allied
Jewish Campaign, Mo'os
Hitim and Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity. He frequently
chaired Israel Bond
drives in Pontiac.
Mr. Jacobson was a
founding member and past
president and board
member of Cong. Bnai Is-
rael of West Bloomfield.
He is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. James
(Lois) Pappas and Mrs.
Nathan (Betty) Crone; 12
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

Harold Lachman

Harold Lachman, a
teacher in the Detroit Pub-
lic Schools for 30 years, died
July 7 at age 74.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Lachman was retired. He
was a member of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Alumni
Association, Temple Israel,
Mosaic Lodge of the Masons
and Crescent Shrine Club.
He leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Bernard (Sandee)
Glieberman; a sister, Mrs.
Sidney Phyllis) Siegel of
Adrian; and two
grandchildren.

S.C. Friedman

S. Charles Friedman, a
member of the Accountants
Guild, died July 5 at age 55.
He leaves his wife,
Elaine; five sons, James of
California, Douglas and
Steven of Tucson, Ariz., and
Marc Daneman and Robert
Daneman; a daugai
Gwen Daneman; and'
grandchild.

Emile Berman

NEW YORK — Emile
Zola Berman, the trial
lawyer who defended
Sirhan Sirhan, the killer of
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy,
died July 3 at age 78.
Mr. Berman gained fame
through the negligence
cases in which he was adept
at representing both sides of
the question.

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