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December 06, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-06

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Israel's Advancement in Higher
Learning Noted at Bar-Ilan Fete

Friday, December 6, 1968-31
Ca rol Klein to Become , THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Mrs. Gerala'H. Lakritz Post Office Seeks Trucks to Deliver Holiday Mail

The Detroit Post Office is look- pickups and small stakes, are need-
ing for additional trucks to help de- ed, primarily for parcel post deliv-

Israel's progressive role in cul-
are plans, he said, for new de-
tural endeavors was outlined by
partments, including one for
speakers at the annual dinner of
law and another for business ad-
ministration.
Friends of Bar-Ban University at
"Bar-Ban is a living embodiment
Cobo Hall, Wednesday night, and
the guest speaker, Dr. Max Jam- o' devotion in these critical times,"
mer, president of the Israel univer- Dr. Jammer said.
Phillip Stollman, in opening re-
sity, emphasized that Israel has
already become "highly developed marks at the dinner, welcomed two
guests, Dr. Mattityahu Adler of
spiritually and culturally."
The dinner was an occasion to the Bar-Ilan faculty who was on
express gratitude to Dr. Jacob a brief visit in this country, and
Goldman, who left the high post Harold Blond, executive director
with the Ford Motor Co. to be- of American Friends for Bar-Ilan,
come vice-president of Xerox Cor- of which Stollman is the national
poration, and to pay honor to the chairman. Stollman took occasion
Stollman family for its dedicated to express gratitude to Zvi Tom-
kiewicz, local director, who, in spite
labors in support of Bar-Ilan.
of his recent serious illness, "was
Joseph. H. Jackier, dinner the sparkplug in bringing the larg-
chairman, who analyzed the cur- est audience on record for Bar-
rent advances made by Bar-Ilan, Ilan affairs at this dinner."
and Max M. Fisher, who present.
Jackier, outlining the growth of
ed a farewell gift to Dr. Gold- Bar-Ilan, announced that in addi-
man, joined in honoring Phillip,
tion to the 12 buildings already
Max and Frieda Stollman as a in use on the campus in Ramat
team that labored for the great Gan, Israel, other structures are
educational institution of high- going up, including the building
er learning in Israel and were for the education department be-
the spearheads in a movement ing financed by Detroiter Charles
that made Detroit a stronghold
Grosberg.

in behalf of Bar-Ilan in this
country.

Taking pride in the fact that
Bar-Ban University is the only
American-chartered university in
Israel, Dr. Jammer, who is devot-
ing his sabbatical year to lectur-
ing at Columbia University, de-
scribed the advances in higher
education and predicted that the
year 1998 will be marked by a
social structure in which "full col-
lege employment will prevail."
"There will then be complete
professionalism," he said, "and
there will be no need for unskilled
labor. Education will then be by
far the largest industry." He pre-
dicted a similar condition for the
U. S. and for Israel.
In such a setting at Bar-Ilan, he
said, there will be a "sharply ris-
ing need for research" and great
educational opportunities will be
provided.

He predicted that in the next
decade the present student body
of 4,000 and the faculty of 500
at Bar-Ilan will be doubled. He
said Bar-Ilan already provides
Israel with 60 per cent of its
public school teachers. There

Roselyn G. Jacobs to Be
Mrs. Harold J. Schrage

MISS ROSELYN JACOBS

Mrs. Donald Jacobs of Sherman
Oaks, Calif., announces the engage-
ment of her daughter Roselyn Gay
to Harold J, Schrage, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Schrage of Wash-
burn Ave. The bride-elect, former.
ly of Oak Park, is the daughter of
the late Mr. Jacobs.
Mr. Schrage is currently in the
U.S. Navy serving in Vietnam.
The couple plans a Feb. 23 wed-
ding.

liver holiday mail. ery.
Postmaster E. L. Baker has
asked that truck owners interested
in hiring out their vehicles for this
period contact the post office, 965-
3750, Ext. 628, or call at the post
office main garage, 1770 - 14th
Street, no later than Thursday.
About 75 to 100 trucks, including
station wagons, panels, covered

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MISS CAROL KLEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Klein of
Oakwood Dr., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Carol Lynne to Gerald H. Lakritz,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lak-
ritz of Burton Ave., Oak Park,
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Mr. Lak-
ritz was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Michigan and the Wayne
State University School of Law.
A winter wedding is scheduled.

In his address, Fisher brought
greetings from the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation. Dr. Goldman,
who introduced Dr. Jammer,
traced the origin of Bar-Ilan as
a dream of the first president,
the late Dr. Pinkos Churgin, and
described the new role of the uni-
versity as a boon to Israel and
to Jewry.

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The invocation at the dinner was
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of Windsor. Cantor Simon Ber-
manis led in the singing of the
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Rabbi Aaron Kazarnovsky,
chairman of the Chabad Vocation.
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Irwin I. Cohn, general chairman,
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a personal message from the head
of the Lubavitch movement.
Louis E. Levitan, director of the
Detroit Israel Bond Organization,
will be honored at the concert. The
presentation will be made by Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver, co-chairman of
the concert committee.
The concert under the patronage
of Abraham Avidar, consul-general
of Israel for the Midwest, will fea-
ture 14 Hasidic singers and musi-
cians. Cantor Samuel Heber of St.
Louis, a graduate of the Lubavit-
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production of "Light Up the Sky"
will be held 2-5 p.m. Sunday and
8-11 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at
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