Israel's Industries Subject of Series to Be Opened by Israeli Envoy to UN THE
A series of lectures on "Israel's consul for Southeastern states in die East. He has lectured and the Council on Foreign Relations
Industries—for Survival, Peace
the U.S. and in 1961 was named broadcast frequently on African in New York.
and the Future" will be sponsored ambassador to the Republic of the affairs.
Recipient of the Distinguished
by the Detroit Chapter, American Congo.
Prof. Kreinin received his PhD Faculty Award at MSU in 1968, he
Technion Society, with the first
also holds several distinctions and
talk to be held 8 p.m. Wednesday the Israel Ministry for Foreign
sity of Michigan in 1955. He awards in economics.
at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Moshe L e s h e m, ambassador Affairs, Leshem accompanied worked there as a study director
in the Survey Research Center,
extraordinary with the Israel Mis-
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African tour in 1966, and under- prior to joining the faculty of
took a special assignment to a Michigan State University.
number of nations in Africa as
Order Direct From
The author of two books and
Eshkol's special envoy. He was some 65 professional articles in
appointed to his present position his field, Prof. Krejnin has been a
in February 1958.
consultant to the U.S. Department
Leshem contributes regularly to of Commerce, the Joint Economic
various publications in newspapers Committee and the antitrust sub-
in Israel, and is the author of a committee of the U.S. Senate, the
study on Communism in the Mid- Federal Martime Commission and
sion to the United Nations, will
officially launch this series, which
is open to the public.
Opening speaker will be Prof.
Mordechai E. Kreinin of the eco-
nomics department at Michigan
State University. Detroit Chapter
President Sam Rich and planning
committee chairman Julius Har-
wood said his topic would be
"Israel — a Model for Social
Ambassador Leshem was edu-
cated in Czechoslovakia and
served in the resistance move-
ment during World War II. In
recognition of his work, he re-
ceived the Czechoslovak Order
for Meritorious Service, but in
1967 returned it in protest over
the Czech government's hostility
As a reporter for a group of
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