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August 09, 1968 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20—Friday, August 9, 1968

Plans for Bar-Ilan U.'s Expansion
to Be Given at Women's Meeting

MRS. MAX STOLLMAN

Plans for the expansion of Bar-
Ilan University's facilities in Ra-
mat Gan, Israel, and reports on
the progress attained by the uni-
versity in the past year will be
presented at the semi-annual meet-
ing of American Women for Bar-
Ilan University at 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Mrs. Max Stollman, national
president of American Women for
Bar-Ilan University, who attended
convocation and dedication events
at Bar-Ilan in May, will outline the
program of activities.
Stating that only two meetings
are held year by American
Women for Bar-Ilan University,
Mrs. Stollman invited all Detroit
women to attend the meeting to
hear about the proposed activi-
@ties marking the progress of the
university.
Mrs. Stollman stated, in con-
vening Monday's meeting, that
Bar-Ilan's progress has been so
rapid, with large numbers of
foreign students enrolled in the
past year and an extended pro-
gram of activities for the new
term to open next month,. that
the university's role is now
viewed among the most vital in
Israel's educational system.
Guest speaker at the meeting
Aionday will be Airs. Morris Adler.
Her topic will be "Our Hero Pat-
terns.''
A dessert luncheon will be
served. There will be no solicita-
tions.
Mrs. Herbert Eskin, chairman of
the program committee, will pre-
side at Monday's program.

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Shrine to War Dead
to Meet in Florida

The National Shrine to the Jew-
ish War Dead will hold its annual
meeting Aug. 18, at the Diplomat
Hotel, Hollywood Fla., under_ the
chairmanship of its president ; fAlaj.
Gen. Julius Klein (Ret.).
Also serving in an executive ca-1
pacity are Vice President Lawren-1
cc Gubow of Detroit. U.S. attorney
for Michigan; Walter Yaniger, of
Baltimore; Bernard Baum, of New
York; Sal Alpher, of Washington; I
and Harry Madison, of Detroit.
The National Shrine for the Jew-1
ish War Dead was dedicated in
1955 in Washington, by an act of
Congress, Public Law 85-903 of
the 85th Congress. The shrine re-
ceived a Congressional charter en.
titled "Jewish War Veterans of
the U.S.A., National Memorial,
Inc.", Sept. 2, 1958. It became a
reality among the monuments in
the capitol, enshrining America's
heroes and great statesmen.
The shrine is a repository for
medals and honors won by our
men and women for deeds of valor
on the battlefields, from the Revo-
lutionary War to the present time.

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Miss Frank is a graduate of the
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Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. He is
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