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January 18, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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Drivers Needed
to Aid Disabled

Cultural Calendar

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community
The Jewish Center, which
is cooperating with the Jew-
Week of Jan. 18-24
ish Family and Children's Jan. 20-11 a.m.—Dr. Avraham Holtz: "Jerusalem: "Where
Service in sponsoring a
the Stones Talk," at Adat Shalom Men's Club for-
social group for the Jewish
um. Free. 851-5100.
adult handicaped, seeks vol-
21-8:30 p.m.—Rabbi Shneur Kotler Reception on behalf
of Beth Medresh Govoha, at home of Mrs. Sol
unteer drivers.
Nusbaum, 25847 Woodvilla, Southfield.
The group has been meet-
23-9 p.m.—Criterion Club Open House, James H.
ing for the past four months
Brickley: "Coping With Crisis," at Southfield Civic
and has a variety of pro-
Center. Free.
grams including proposed
24-8:30 p.m.—Michigan Council of American Jewish
trips to the theater.
Congress, at Cong. Beth Shalom. Mrs. Jacqueline
To assist, volunteer drivers,
Levine, speaker. Free.
may call Center group ser-
vices, 341-4200.

Named to Sinai
Biomedical
Engineer Post

32—Friday, January 18, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Probus Seeks Prize Nominees

The Probus Club of De- the Detroit community.
troit, _ a service club com-
The awards are restricted
posed of Jewish business and to faculty members of as-
professional men, is accept- sistant and associate pro-
ing nominations for the 12th fessor rankings. Other cri-
Annual Probus Club Awards teria includes their academic
for Academic Achievement and professional background,
and exceptional scholastic
at Wayne State University.
Two awards will be given, and research work.
Deadline for nominations is
each consisting of a $1,000
grant without restrictions. Feb. 8. Awards will be made
One will be for a faculty at the Annual Probus Club
member in natural sciences Award Dinner on campus in
(and related professions) and April.
another for a representative
of the humanities (including
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been appointed biomedical seven judges, four from the
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I luncheon-conference of Jew-
engineering coordinator at Probus Club and three from
ish faculty will be held noon
Sinai Hospital, it was an-
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I Wednesday at the McGregor
557-5145
nounced by Dr. Julien Pri
p
Memorial Conference Center.
ver, executive vice president
Dr. Raymond Tanter, pro-
of Sinai. In the newly created
fessor of political science at
post, Dr. Bauld will initiate
the University of Michigan,
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a program of selection and
will
speak
on
"Israel,
Oil,
including
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performance evaluation of
and the Middle East."
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Is Now associated with
Dr. Tanter, who was- - a
in patient care. Dr. Bauld
visiting professor at Hebrew
joined Sinai Hospital after
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University in Jerusalem and
two years as research asso-
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Tel Aviv University, has
ciate in the department of
DR. RAYMOND TANTER
355-1022
29277 Southfield Road
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taught and conducted re-
biomedical engineering at the
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Specializing in Furniture, Accessories,
flict behavior since he earn- and was a Fulbright-Hays from which he earned his
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his
PhD
degree
in
1964
undergraduate
graduate
and
Scholar at the University of
MARCIA MASSERMAN at Indiana University.
degrees.
Amsterdam in 1972.
646-6138
He taught at Northwestern
Dr. Tanter has served as
and Stanford universities a research contract adminis-
trator in. the Defense Depart.
ment, and is a member of
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ternational Development. He
also is a consultant for the
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a member of the editorial
boards of several profes-
sional journals.
Agencies such as the Na-
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tional Science Foundation.
the Advanced Research Pro-
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jects Agency and the Ford
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Dr. Tanter has lectured at
the U. S. Foreign Service
Institute, the Turkish For-
eign Service Academy, the
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Israeli Foreign Ministry and
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Academy.
At the University of Michi-
gan, he teaches a course in
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this and other study, that
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