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May 21, 1971 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-21

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Detroit Project a Reality: Technion Labs
for Mechanical Engineering Dedicated

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14—Friday, May 21, 1971

Center to Memorialize Marmarosz War Victims

JERUSALEM— The foundation ated from Czechoslovakia in 1945
has been laid in Rehov Emek Is- and now forms part of the Soviet
rael for a four-story center to com- Union. Some 40,000 of its inhabi-
memorate 60,000 victims of the tants are estimated by the Jeru-
Marrnarosz area of prewar Car- salem Post to be living in Israel.
patho-Russia who died in the Holo-
a.
caust.
EARN COLLEGE DEGREES
Total cost of the center is esti-
mated at 750,000 pounds ($217,-
Doctorate
Bochelcyr, Masters
or
Receive your
500), to be raised by the Federa- at home. Many subjects, Ministerial Studies,
High School Equivalency Diploma.
tion ,of Marmarosz Jewry in the
FLORIDA STATE
U.S. Completion is expected within
CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
18 months.
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33302
P.O. Box 1674
The Marmarosz area was separ-

HAIFA — A complex of labora-
tories, costing almost $1,000,000,
realized largely through the ef-
' forts of the Detroit Chapter of the
American Technion Society, was
dedicated at a ceremony at Israel's
Institute of Technology May 6.
The laboratories will be used by
students, staff and research work-
ers of the faculties af mechanical
engineering and aeronautical en-
gineering.
Among representatives of the
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Detroit chapter who attended the
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dedication ceremony were Sam
Rich, president of the chapter's
Amid the still-visible signs of construction, the Detroit Mechan-
board and a co-chairman of the ical and Aeronautical Engineering Laboratory buildings were dedi-
laboratories fund-raising commit- ated May 6 at the Technion, in the presence of Detroit Chapter
tee; Samuel Grand, chairman of members. Sam Rich, president of the chapter, is shown addressing
the board and a co-chairman of the gathering, with Alexander Goldberg, Technion president, at his
the fund-raising committee; and side. Among the audience are (far left) Detroiters Sam Grand and
Benjamin Wilk and Dr. Joseph N. Ben Wilk. The laboratories, valued at nearly $1,000,000, will provide
Epel, members of the board and important facilities for research in engineering fields vital to Israel's
vice chairmen of the fund-raising development and security.
committee.
Speakers at the ceremony in-
Housed in three buildings, pro-
cluded Supreme Court Justice viding facilities for study and re- will use the laboratories for studies
Moshe Landau, chairman of the search in the fields of materials and research work.
The complex will allow Tech-
Technion's board• of governors; processing, fluid mechanics, ther-
nion's
research workers to main-
Alexander Goldberg, president of modynamics and combustion, the
tain
and
further their vital and in- -
the Technion; Rich; and a repre- new complex provides much need-
sentative of the Israel Air Force. ed laboratory space and facilities, creasing role in research and de-
velopment activities for industry
in particular for the faculty of and the defense establishment, and
mechanical engineering.
enables the Technion to move
Besides the academic staff, more ahead with its special program for
than 100 graduate students and increasing the number of students
fourth year undergraduate students in the fields of aeronautical and
mechanical engineering for the
defense industry.
Detroit Chapter of the American NY Jewish Group Fears
At 10 Mile Road, Southfield
Technion Society is having a dou- Bias Will Result From
ble-barrelled program 8:15 p.m.
at the United Hebrew Schools Rights Body's Proposal
Has been-making
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of the board of Energy Conversion demned the proposals by the City
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mendations would destroy "what
The second half of the program Hine remains of the educational
will be a report of the dedication process in the city of New York."
on the Detroit Mechanical Engi-
Dr. Alvin Lashinsky, president
neering Complex at the Technion-
of the council, in a strongly
Israel Institute of Technology.
worded letter to each New York
Sam Rich, president of the De-
state legislator, stated the op-
troit Chapter, will lead a discus-
position of the council, which
sion about new developments at represents Queens synagogues
the Technion.
and -Queens chapters of major
The public is welcome.
Jewish organizations. He urged
them to vote against William P.
Passannante's bill to abolish the
board of examiners. Passannante_
is a New York Democratic
assemblyman.
"The dangers are great," Dr.
Lashinsky's letter stated, "that a
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quota system will be set up where
teachers and administrators will
be hired, not because of their rela-
tive ability but because of their
color and in order to achieve a
certain numerical ratio to the
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Memorial Service Held
for Bus Ambush Victims

TEL AVIV (JTA) A memorial
service was held , at the Safad
cemetery on the first anniversary
—according to the Jewish calendar
—of the incident in which Arab
terrorists killed eight school chil-
dren and six adults riding on a
school bus from the Avivim vil-
lage on the Lebanese border.
Bereaved parents and children,
as well as representatives of the
border police, of the local councils
in the region and of the moshavim
movement, attended the ceremony
officiated by Rabbi Menahem Ma-
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passengers killed in the ambush,
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