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October 15, 1971 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-15

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Bein-Liss
En ow cremen
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_Announced in Texas_

MISS BEVERLY BEIN

Mrs. Joseph S. Bein of Corpus
Christi, Tex.. announces the en-
gagement of her daughter Beverly
Hedda to Arthur Yale Liss. Miss
Bein is the daughter of the late
Mr. Bein. Her fiance is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Liss
of Knob Woods Dr., Southfield.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of Texas School of
Social Work. Mr. Liss is a grad-
uate of Wayne State University.
where he received his bachelors
degree in business administration.
He is a senior in WSU's school
of law.
A January wedding is planned
in Corpus Christi.

TeChniorirs Arinual:Diniier Ito Foeus
Artli >i r Golf berg
_ n Institute's.Role in Israd Defense DuP at Pillner
o
Sam Rich. president of Detroit cal and Aircraft Engineering Com-
Chapter. American Technion So, plea saw parts of the Black Cur- Hebrew U. Friends

eiety. announced that the chap- .tain this spring_ The IAI plant has
tcr's 26th annual dinner will be 14,000 employes and is- the single
held Nov. 21 at Cong. Shaarey largest industrial employer in Is-
Zedek. rael. said Rich. About 90 per cent
The dinner will provide friends of Israel's Aircraft Industries en-
of the Technion. Israel's institute gineers are Technion-trained. Prof.
of technology. an opportunity to David Abir - of the Technic:41's Aero-
learn more about the Technion's nautical engineering department
contributions to the industrializa- has, been IAI's :thief of research'
lion and defense of Israel. and development for the past three
Rich cited a just-revealed ex- years. He has now returned to
ample of the Technion's contribu- the Technion campus.
tion to Israel's
' defense
effort.
Israeli sources say that though
the three prototype jets built so
the development
Q
of its own jet-
far are operational, actual delivery
fighter - bomber
of the planes to the Israeli Air
called the "Black
Force cannot be expected for an-
other two years.
Curtain." The jet
will be manufa,
fi
Therefore, Israel is trying to
tured by Israel u2
avoid undermining the campaign
Aircraft Indus-
f.
to acquire 100 more Phantoms and
tries, Ltd.
Skyhawks from the United States.
The Detroit del-
These are needed to balance the
egation to the
Rich
recent aircraft buildup in Egypt
dedication of the Rohlik-Rich build- and to replace some of the older
ing in Technion's Detroit Mechani- jets in the Israeli Air Force.
* a a

Detroiter Maurice Axelrod

Technion Booster Adopts a 'Son'

iTHE DETRoit - ,irAnsit NEWS
34—Friday,0e- totter 15, 1971 .

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CUSTOM
TABLE PADS

• HAND•CRAFTED
• CUSTOM STYLING
• PROMPT DELIVERY

Arthur J. - Goldberg, former
U.S. Supreme, Court justice and
ambassador to the United Na-
tions, will be guest at a dinner
honoring Joseph H. Jackier Nov.
3, announces Milton a. Miller,
dinner chairman. The Detroit din-
ner, on behalf of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, will be at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Jackier will receive the
Torch of Learning Award from
the American Friends. The Torch
of Learning Award is a mark of
recognition for leaders of Ameri-
can Jewish communities . who
have influenced the course of
higher learning in the United
States and Israel. Proceeds from
the dinner will go to war d
scholarships at Hebrew Uni-
versity.

PHONE 345-5350

MADE IN MICHIGAN

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UNITED TABLE PAD CO.

Our 30th Year

Because Maurice Axelrod is and is working on his PhD in the
100 per cent for the Technion-Israel United States.
Institute of Technology, he wanted
\ But Axelrod is particularly
no photograph of himself with this proud of Salmon because he is
article. Nor does he want any men- the Detroiter's first Oriental
■•■ ••••• ■ •••
tion of his own' background as "adoptee."
longtime,manager for Metropolitan
Not every contributor will know
Life Insurance till his retirement his scholarbhip recipient. But Axel-
10 years ago.
rod loOks upon his role with Tech-
Nor his age, which is 75.
-
nion as a „father would look upon
But his life with Technion is an the growth of his son.
en die Air
open book. A member of the board
!
"I paid my first visit to Israel
This Week's Radio and
of directors of the Detroit Chapter in 1949 and saw, this little build-
Television Programs
of Technion, Axelrod is proud of ing in Tel Aviv," Axelrod recalls.
Weddings - Bar Mitzvas
his role with the group which has "I've gone back every two years,
HIGHLIGHTS
v.r. Coyne to Your Homo
assisted in the growth of "the MIT and there's always something to
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Wi
Somploo
-
of Israel."
see I'm really proud."
Station: Channel 2
TY 54805
UN.46345
Over the past 10 years of active
Feature: "Elsewhere Is Israel"
He passes on the pride to those
• Carole Chase's story of the Is- membership, A x e l r o d has con- who benefit from his soft sell.
ILIA !ILO LP 'LILO Q." kfLILILso
raeli immigrant's search for a bet- tributed more than $10,000 — and Whenever he works on an estate,
ter life. The program will explore raised another $45,000 — for Tech- he describes the work of Technion.
Surely by now you have heard-of .. .
nion
scholarships.
how Israel attempts to absorb
"And once people start contri-
What is unique about his involve- buting, they can't stop. I merely
newcomers into society and help
make them productive members. ment is the personal touch he tell them, 'Without the Technion,
Evelyn Orbach, pr ogram and lends to the philanthropy: Axelrod there would be no IsraeL'._."
DEFINITELY THE' PLACE TO SHOP
broadcasting associate of the Jew- corresponds with the recipients of
FOR WOMEN WHO KNOW
ish Community Council, is narrator. his contributions.
Beauty
Classes
Offered


• •
The latest-24-year-old Nachum
You will find the latest fashions in winter mats and suits .
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Sulliman--is one of nine sons 'of in Northland Auditorium
dresses — long 'and short .. - blazer jackets - .. long skirts
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
poor Yemenite parents. Through
separate slacks with matching tops ... hugh style
Dee Stocks, fashion model and
jewelry and accessories
Station: WCAR
the scholarship program, Sulli- be a uty consultant, is holding
.If e also feature bridesmaid
-
Feature: Series host Harold S. man has been enabled to com- "Beauty Time with Dee" coffee
gowns
and
gowns
for
the
mothers
Lo'ss, assistant rabbi of Temple plete the final year of his school- sessions for women of all ages
and
grandmotheri,
too.
Israel, seeks fundamental Jewish ing so that he might become a 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mondays
themes in the lyrics of today's
mechanical engineer. It means through Nov. 8 in the Northland
popular music.
that grinding poverty will not be Center Auditorium. Sponsorea by
a legacy from generation to gen- the Northland Center Merchants'

ETERNAL LIGHT
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26571 WEST 12 MILE ROAD
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
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Station. WWJ
security and social betterment
SOUTHFIELD • PHONE 354-3554
Feature: "Behind the Iron Cur- are being met in some small at a nominal registration fee. For
Sylvia Alpert
information, call Doris Sorensen,
tain." Three high school students way.
MON:SAT. 10 to 5:30 Lois Ekelmon
356-3000.
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e- irwereinuirmirmwsararirsirome
will discuss their summer experi-
For Technion is more than just
ences visiting fellow Jews behind a technological institute. Its con-
the Iron Curtain. The three were tributions to the war effort in 1967
Raimi's Curtains, Contract Division
18055 James Owens, Detroit 48235
among a group of 38 who made the went far beyond the university's
trip under the auspices of the Un- boundaries and it continues to
ited Synagogue Youth. They will produce the material so necessary
speak with Rabbi Arnold Turetsky to Israel's defense.
of the Jackson Heights Jewish Cen-
Axelrod said the Detroit Chapter
ter, who accompanied them.
of Technion has embarked upon a
• OFFICES
scholarship
program, with Robert
• INSTITUTIONS
IN CONTACT
Brody as chairman. The goal
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
• APARTMENTS • PROFESSIONAL
is
1,000
contributors
who
would
Station: WJR
my= Feature: Hal Younblood hosts each "adopt" a Technion student
the weekly program whose premise for either a full year's tuition
is to place, religion and man in ($1,000) or a quarter ($250).
It is not easy to get into the
contact.
Technion — only 10 per cent of the
We specialize in commercial fire-proof
applicants are accepted—and it's
BANI SHALOM
draperies for all types of office; apart-
even harder to win a scholarship.
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday
To qualify, a student must be in
Station: WBRB (102.7)
merits and other institutional use. Put
Feature: Phil Blazer's weekly the top 25 per cent of his class
us on your bid list, no obligation, call
nationally syndicated program pro- and demonstrate real need.
Rod Biddinger at 255-1440
Axelrod's own personal "adop-
vides a contemporary outlet for a
potpourri of Jewish culture, humor tion program" has yielded satisfy-
ing results.
music and literature.
Attention
One Technion graduate with
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BUILDER
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JEWISH WORLD
whom he corresponds is chief en-
A phone call will bring our representative.
Time: 7 p.m. Sunday
gineer for a bakery equipment
His experience will make your drapery
Station: WMZK-FM. (98)
manufacturing firm. Another is a
installation simple and inexpensive.
bi d
Feature: Jack. Roberts presents plant superintendent in Israel's
Israeli folk -music. community aircraft industry. And a third
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