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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36—Friday, May 24, 1974

Detroit Group Tours Technion

Seventeen members of the Detroit chapter of the Amer-
ican Technion Society were hosted recently by President
Amos Horev at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
in Haifa. The Detroit group, which underwrote construc-
tion of the Technion's school of mechanical engineering,
toured the department's laboratories and met with faculty
members for briefings on research and development proj-
ects conducted there. The mechanical engineering faculty
has an arrangement with the Detroit Technion chapter
which brings professors on sabbatical leave to the world's
automotive capital for a year's study. The visitors from De-
troit were led by Sam Rich, chairman of the local
Technion chapter. Also in the group were Mrs. Rich, Gary
Alter and Messrs. and Mesdames Bernard Cantor, Albert
Colman, Harvey Goldsmith, Jack Iden, Louis Milgrom, Mor-
ris Rochlin and Alex Saltsman.

,

Detroiter Cited for Fellowship

Renee Soloway has been
named a fellow in Jewish
educational leadership by
the Institute for Jewish Life.
Dr. Leon Jick, director of
the Wellesley-based institute,
said that these newly estab-
lished fellowships are de-
signed to promote the entry
of talented individuals into
the field of Jewish education
and to raise the level of
graduate training in the
field.

Miss Soloway, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Soloway,
of Oak Park, is a 1974 grad-
uate of the University of
Michigan. Next year she will
pursue graduate studies in
Jewish education at Bran-
deis University.
The Institute for Jewish
Life, which developed the
program, is the division of
the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds
charged with the responsi-
bility to develop new models
to enrich the quality of Jew-
ish life.
In addition to education
program, its concerns are in
the areas of the media, Jew-
ish family life, the use of
Israel as an educational re-
source by American Jewry
and leadership and commun-
ity development.
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Family continuity in com-
munal services was marked
at the Israel Bond dinner at
the Standard Club, Monday,
at which David Holtzman
was installed as the first
president of the Detroit
Prime Minister's Club of De-
troit, whose members pur-
chase a minimum of $25,000
in Israel Bonds.
Louis Berry, installing of-
ficer, defined the importance
of the event as David Holtz-
man continues the labors of
his father the late Joseph
Holtzman. Berry and the el-
der Holtzman had been
closely associated in pro-Is-
rael efforts and they visited
concentration camps before
the rebirth of Israel.
Sam Hechtman presided at
the meeting and a number of
the early enrollees in the
Prime Minister's Club re-
ceived their membership
pins and certificates.
Reuven Dafni, member of
the Israel foreign ministry
staff who held consular posts
for Israel in this country,
was guest speaker. David
Pollack, chairman of the De-
troit Israel Bond Committee,
participated in the program
and Paul Zuckerman, nation.
al chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, made an im-
portant statement to the
gathering.
Dafni, who was a parachu-
tist during World War II in
the resistance forces and in
the task groups that sought
to rescue victims of Nazism,
stated that disengagement,
about to be achieved through
Henry Kissinger with . Syria,
doesn't mean peace, and
should not lead to illusions.
But he was not hopeless. He
spoke with confidence about
Israel's role and the future
activities in assuring the
state's security.
"Whatever we achieve,"
he said, "is the result of our
strength, resulting from the
unbreakable bond with our
people," he said.
Zuckerman made a strong
plea for Bonds , as well as
philanthropic gifts to UJA.
He referred to the generosity
of the current year, foresaw
equal and possible increased
giving in the year ahead and
asked for continued devotion
to Israel's needs.
Pollack announced the aim
of the Prime Minister's Club
to enroll 100 members pur-
chasing $25,000 or more of
Israel Bonds.

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cause of the support from
world Jewry. He also called
on American Jewry to con-
tinue its support of Israel
Bonds' $1,000,000,000 recon-
struction and development
project.
Minister of Information
Shimon Peres expressed his
concern for POWs in Syria
and Syrian Jews, and urged
that greater effort be put
forth in freeing Syrian Jews
so they may be brought to
Israel.
He also said that for Is-
rael to maintain its strength
it must develop more indus-
tries, develop the land and
absorb more immigrants.
In reference to last week's
Ma'alot massacre, Peres
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Better Days Seen
for Middle East
by Haifa's Mayor

"We are entering the most
hopeful era of our lives. We
won't get peace automatic-
ally, but we will see new
light."
This was the optimistic note
expressed by Haifa Mayor
Joseph Almogi, in his speech
Tuesday evening at the Cong.
Bnai David Israel Bond din-
ner in honor of Norman Cot-
tler.
"We haven't reached the
top of the mountain yet,"
Almogi said "We must ac-
quire and assure security.
Now, to avoid dangers and to
reach the top, all of us must
make the greatest efforts to
that end. We need your firm
support. We must not permit
our neighbors to be tempted
again to start another war."
Speaking with confidence
in Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger's mission, Almogi
spoke with appreciation of
U.S aid to Israel. Viewing the
October war as a triumph for
Israel, he told how the small
army of youngsters repulsed
the overwhelming armies,
turning what could have been
a great calamity into a sig-
nificant triumph for Israel,
the greatest victory Israel
scored in her 26-year his-
tory.
Almogi gave a thorough re-
view of events that affected
Israel-Arab relations in his
analysis of the Middle East
conditions.
Cottler received the "Jer-
usalem — City of Peace —
Award" as Bnai David syn-
agogue's "Man of the Year."
The presentation was made
by Rabbi Solomon Poupko.
Cantor Hyman Adler and
Eric Rosenau, pianist, pro-
vided the musical program
for the evening. Participants
in the program included
Max Sosin, who made the
appeal for Bond purchases;
Nathan Soberman, who pre-
sided; Julius Rothenberg, Irv-
ing Belinsky and Michael
Fagelman.
Senator Javk Faxon• de-
livered a Yiddish speech and
presented Cottler with a reso-
lution in his honor from the
State Legislature.

Messages from leading Is-
raelis and prominent Jewish
leaders were addressed to
Detroit Israel Bond leaders,
at the Bond office, Tuesday,
outlining the current situa-
tion and appealing for great-
er efforts in support of Is-
rael.
Participants in the tele-
p h o n e hookup included
Michael Arnon, new presi-
dent of Israel Bond Organi-
zation; Israel Minister of In-
formation Shimon Peres and
Samuel Rothberg, president
of the American Israel Bond
Organization.
Poverty may be a blessing,
In his talk with the Detroit
Bond leaders, Arnon said but everyone would be will-
that the Syrians realize that ing to turn his share over to
Israel cannot be beaten be- others.

said that settlements near
Lebanon will "not be terror-
ists targets again." Israel
must fortify its protection
for villages near the Leban-
ese border and in the Golan
Heights with further develop-
ment in these areas, he said.
In answer to terrorist ag-
gression, Rothberg suggested
that all corners of Israel he
secured, and he too called
for the development of more
settlements.
Rothberg also announced
that Israel Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan will speak
June 9 in Los Angeles, June
11 in Toronto and June 13 at
the Prime Minister's Club
dinner in New York.

Mizrachi to Have
Meeting Saturday

Joseph M. Bane, presitt.-2t
of Teamsters Local 614, will
be honored by national, state
and local labor leaders at an
Israel Bond dinner June 2 at
the Raleigh House, it was
announced by Harold E.
A 11 e n, general chairman.
Bane will be cited "for
championing the ideals of
freedom and democracy in
the tradition of the Interna-
tional Brotherhood of Team-
sters, Chauffeurs, Warehouse-
men and Helpers of America,
and for his support of health,
child and youth development,
mental health and other phil-
anthropic programs."

'Mizrachi-Hapoel Ha m i z-
rachi (Religious Zionists) will
have a meeting 10:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Benno Levi, 14085
Ludlow, Oak Park.
Dr. Itzhak Galnoor, visit-
ing associate professor of po-
litical science at Wayne State
University, will speak on the
political situation in Israel. Classifieds Get Quick Results
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University where he is a lec-
turer on public administra-
tion and political science.
For reservations, call the
Mizrachi office, 398-7180, or
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