14—Friday, January 14, 1972
THE DETROIT JEWISH
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NEWS Ne'eman Heads
Tel Aviv University
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Flint Hadassah Marks 50th Year
Mrs. Samuel Cossman, president
of Ann Lebster Chapter, Hadassah,
announces the organization will
hold its golden anniversary cele-
bration 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Temple Beth El.
TEL, AVIV—Prof. Yuval Ne'-
as elected pres-
ident of Tel Aviv
University at a
r - Ramat Aviv.
Victor M. Car-
s was elected
chairman of the
board of gover-
..-11e'ensan - noes. Carter is
president of the American Friends
work locally, and now the program
includes many activities to im-
prove the general community. Ili
Palestine and then Israel, the first
concern was medical service and
child welfare. This program has
grown to a vast and complex
Mrs. Harry Ratner, assisted by
Mrs. Henry Livingston and Mrs. medical center, hospital and teach-
Sam Sorscher has written a pre-
sentation with slides, local per- hig hschool wiTh vocational train- of Tel AviiiUniversity.
A total of more than $2,500,900
sonalities, voices on tape, and, ing stressed and Youth Aliya
special emphasis on charter mem- and Jewish National Fund pro- in contributions to spur the de-
and expansion of Tel
bers. There will be an exhibit of
memorabilia, old clippings, pic-
General chairman of Wednes- Aviv University kicked off a
major campaign Sunday to mobi-
tures and programs.
day's celebration is Mrs. Henry
lize support for the university.
A special birthday luncheon, Livingston. Mrs. Harry Ratner is
The record campaign opening
greetings and honors to charter
was announced by Carter of a
members are planned, Friends are Olds, luncheon chairman; and Mrs. luncheon at the Israeli Consulate-
William Cohen, visual aids chair-
General honoring Prof. Ne'eman.
Ambassador David Z. Rivlin,
The Flint chapter was or-
ganized on Jan. 9, 1922, at the
home of Mrs. Mose Rosenthal.
Mrs. Sigmund ‘Seitner' was
elected first president, and 55
charter members were enrolled.
Now, 50 years later, there are
10 times as many members.
Education and social action have
always been part of HadasSah
consul-general of the state of Is-
rael, was the host of the luncheon
Flint ORT to Install attended
by over 150 Jewish lead-
ers and public figures.
Mrs. Rosky President In his address to the luncheon,
Prof. Ne'erifin, the first foreigner
Flint chapter of Women's Amer- to win the Albert Einstein Award
iari ORT will install officers 12130 for scientific achievement, out-
p.m. Feb. 15 at the River Forest lined the progress which Tel Aviv
University has achieved. Since
Officers are: President, Mrs. 1964, he indicated the number of
Leon Rosky; '
students increased from 2,000 to
14,000, of whom more than 1,200
mesdames B e n
are from the United States.
The faculty, he said, has grown.
from 270 to 2,000, and the physical
Harris and Mar-
plant has been enlarged from two
buildings to 25.
vin Levey; sec-
retaries, m e s -
Lapeer Party Successful
A successful Hanuka _program
Greenberg a n d
was reported by the Council's La-
visiting committee at-the
Lapeer State Home. Assisting
Mrs. Arnold Hartz; and -parlia- Esther Harris, chairman, in. Mrs.
mentarian, Mrs. Richard Thal. A
tributing food and gifts were Saul
regular meeting will be held Jan. Schwartz, Mrs. Max Parnes and
Mrs. Joe Bernard, Mrs. Harris ac-
Jan. 15—B e t h Israel Sisterhood
oneg Shabat 2:30 p.m.
16—Religious Schools Joint
In-Service Training, 2
p.m., ,Temple Beth El.
—Beth Israel PTA, 4:30
p.m., Coolidge School.
17—Day Camp Committee
Meeting, 8 p.m., Temple
18—Council Executive Com-
mittee Meeting, 8 p.m.,1
knowledged contributions fro in
Temple Beth El.
Mrs. Esther Leavitt, Mrs. Sol
`Parents Sabbath' Set
19—Hadassah 50th Annivers- I
Schafer, Mrs. Joseph Fishier,
Beth Israel "Parents Sabbath," Max Linder and Schafer Tobacco
ary Celebration, 12:30
in conjunction with Junior Congre- Co.
p.m., Temple Beth El.
gation services, will be held 9
20—Beth Israel Board of Ed- a.m. Saturday at Temple Beth El.
ucation Meeting, 8 p.m.
Technion Society Plans
On Sunday, 4:30 p.m. in the 1st National Conference
final Brith Women, at a luncheon
NEW YORK--Laurence A. Tisch,
meeting 12:30 p.m. Jan. 25 at the Beth Israel PTA will present priesident of the American Society
University Club, will hear Dr. "This Semester and Next?" This for Technhnrisrael Institute of
Charles Pappas, president of meeting will give parents an op- Technology, announced the first
Genesee Community College, speak portunity to meet with their chil- national conference of the society
on "Parent-Power—how you can dren's teachers. Second-Semester at the Antericana Hotel, Bal Har-
help your child get into college nursery registration will take bour, Fla., Feb. 5-0.
wind help him stay . there." Hostess place, and refreshments will be
U.S. Senator Hubert H. Hum-
Is Mrs. Benjamin Kaufman. For served.
phrey will address the conference
reservations, call Mrs. Gerald
dinner the night of Feb. 5. The
Leiter or Mrs. Marvin Persky.
dinner will honor Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel N. _Bernstein of Chicago.
NEW i DEMO'S
ALL AUISTOE SOLD
Comings .. .
Max M. Fisher,
Council of Jewish
, has appointed
Michael X. ,Pelavitt as vice chair-
man of the, CAMP" 'a committee
on leadership `dillitelopment. The
function of this national committee
will be to help more communities
establish leadership development
programs; strengthen and bring
greater depth to existing pro-
grams; strengthen a n d bring
greater d ept h ta existing pro-
grams; and give special attention
to the.effeeWplacement and Use
of graduates., • of such rtrograms.,
Jay Rosenhtal, std`
II(ls '; Morris Rosenthal,'
ealleckla the Torah us
have planted trims- M., Israel in
honor of tit&oceakion.
Shelley Wendy Katz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz, was
graduated from the University of
Michigan Dec. 19.
Trees Mark an Occasion
Israel Sendler, in expressing his
thinks to Herman Acker, presi-
dent of the Senior Friendship Club,
and all the members who helped
make his 87th birthday party a
success, said he .and his ..family
don't iniss - itL
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