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July 30, 1965 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-30

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U.S. Industrialist Israel Rogosin. Gives $2.5 Million to Israel Education Fund

NEW YORK (JTA) — Textile
magnate Israel Rogosin has don-
ated a record $2,500,000 through
the Rogosin Foundation to the
first-year drive of the Israel Edu-
cation Fund, a program of the

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United Jewish Appeal, it was an-
nounced at a press conference here.
Joseph Meyerhoff, the Fund's
chairman, and IEF president
Charles J. Bensely said the gift
would be used to build high schools
and related 'educational facilities
and to provide teacher-training
scholarships in Israel.
Three of 13 IEF high schools
currently under construction in Is-
rael have been made possible by
previous Rogosin Foundation con-
tributions. All are comprehensive
schools, the type of facility on
which Israel's educators are basing
a large part of their expansion
program. Two are in the new port
city of Ashdod, which houses Rogo-
sin Industries, Ltd., Israel's largest
producer of nylon and other
synthetic fabrics.

AUGUST PARADE of STARS

ALLEN
& ROSSI

AUG. 7th

MYRON

"Mr. Rogosin will broaden Is-
rael's education base as surely

and decisively as he has strength-
ened its economic foundations."

Some of the 13 IEF schools in
construction are expected to be
open this fall. A number of li-
braries, youth centers and pre-
kindergarten schools are also
being built with IEF campaign
funds. The fund was initiated
last September by the United
Jewish Appeal in response to crisis
conditions in Israel's secondary

Most IEF facilities will be
built in Israel's two dozen new
development towns and other
areas of concentrated immigrant
population.

Rogosin is an honorary trustee
of the Hebrew Academy of At-
lanta, Inc. and a director of the
Yeshiva of Hudson County, N.J.
He holds an honory degree of doc-
tor of science from Milligan Col-
lege of East Tennessee and is a
trustee of Brandeis University and
an honorary fellow of Bar-Ilan
University in Israel.
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He has also been active as or-
anizer a n d philanthropist in
medical and related fields. He is
an honorary member of the Society
of New York Hospital and an in-
corporator of the Neurosciences
Foundation of Boston.

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Pro, championship course, driv-
ing range and practice putting
green, Pro-guest golf tourna-
ments held regularly. Sweet-
heart, husband-wife, hole-in-
one, putting, driving, and other
contests. Trophies awarded.
Complimentary instruction clinics.

ation to secondary education in
Israel. "With this single stroke,"
the IEF announcement stated,

education, including lack of facili-
ties and teachers and an imbal-
ance in educational opportunities
between immigrants of European
and Asian-African origin.

GLORIA •

COHEN

TENNIS — New tennis club-
house. Pro Eli E. Epstein,
"world's greatest tennis
teacher." Eddie Cantor and
Milton Berle trophy tourna-
ments held weekly along
with a variety of other con-
tests. Exhibitions by "name" players.
All-weather courts. Complimentary in-
struction clinics.

The new Rogosin gift is the
largest recorded individual don-

0r7THE. BEST

The Mobil Travel Guide, pub-
lished by Simon and Schuster,

gives reports on more than
15,000 hotels, restaurants,
resorts, and other similar es-
tablishments all over the
United States. For the third
consecutive year, Grossinger's

is one of the few resorts in
the United States to be rated
FIVE STARS, which means
"best in the country." So, for

Israel Rogosin (left) presents
his $2,500,000 gift for the Israel
Education Fund to Charles J.
Bensley, president of the IEF, a
program of the United Jewish
Appeal. The donation is the larg-
est single recorded individual
gift to the UJA since its
inception in 1939.

Kibbutz Reservoir
Damaged by Saboteurs

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two ex-
plosions caused minor damage to
a water reservoir at Kibbutz Beit
Nir, near the Jordanian border,
early Sunday night, an Israeli
spokesman announced. The actions,
he said, were carried out by mem-
bers of El Fatah, the Arab sabo-
tage group which is based in Jor-
dan.
I s r a e l formally complained
against the action to the Jordan-
Israeli Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion, holding Jordan responsible
for harboring the saboteurs. The
army spokesman said that the ter-
rorists had evidently infiltrated in-
to Israel territory in the daytime.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 30, 1965-9

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