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July 26, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-26

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DETROIT SHOLEM ALEI-
CHEM LODGE will install
Harry Oberstein as president
at its installation 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Beth Yehuda-
Bnai Israel Synagogue. Other
officers are Walter Litt, Alex
Gottlieb and Arnold. Cabot,
vice presidents; Louis Breg-
man, secretary; Ralph Stein,
treasurer; Abe Applebaum,
Jacob Gubow, Walter Litt,
Alex Gottlieb, Morris Wein,
Ralph Stein and Max Young,
trustees. Friends are invited.

BB Service Wins
2nd Federal Grant

WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith's career and counsel-
ing services has been award-
ed a federal grant of $74,870,
supplementing a grant made
last year for research into
new career opportunities for
adults.
The new one-year grant by
the U. S. Office of Education
is to finance field tests of
data the Bnai Brith agency
assembled during the past
year in a special survey of
adult career education re-
sources. The second phase
will also focus on career re-
sources for women and
minorities.

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nai Brith Women Presidents nstalled

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Joining Mrs. Maynard Kalef, seated center, president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metropolitan Detroit, are newly installed chapter presidents,
from left, seated: Evelyn Tichik, Deborah Chapter; Pauline Michaels, Galilee;
Elaine Bletstein, Shalom; Sa•ena Paul. Zeiger; Doreen Fleishman, Ahava; and
Peggy Gross, Morgenthau. Standing: Gussie Zuckerstein,' Detroit Chapter; Toby
Laker, Marshall; Ella Balamut, Brandeis; Marti Cohen, Solovich; Vicky Polant,
Bloch; Arlyne Direnfeld, Masada; Ruthe Goldstein, Centennial; Cora Fogel, junior
past president, Couplets; Rose Adas, Handler; Mollie Gershenson, business and pro-
fessional; Rose Lash, Tikvah; Esther Applebaum, Israel; Jeannette Pohl, Zager; Celia
Weingarden, Downtown-Fox. Not pictured are Miriam Radkin, East Side; Blanche
Freedman, Einstein; Irene Shelby (pro-tem), Gershwin; Ruth Bernstein and Delphine
Lee, Keiden presidium; Ethel Levy, Luba Lupiloff and Celia Fine, Pisgah presidium;
and Joel Garfield, Couplets.

Detroiter to Be Member
of Technicon Institute Board

Sam Rich, chairman of the
board of directors of the De-
troit Chapter of the Ameri-
can Society for Technion-
Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy, was elected to a three-
year term as a member of
the Technion board of gov-
ernors at its annual board
meeting in Haifa.
Evelyn de Rothschild,
chairman of Technion's
board of governors, an-
nounced that Rich is the first
Detroit chapter member ever
to serve in such a capacity.


David Berris
Akiva Prexy

.

David I. Berris has been
elected president of Akiva
Hebrew Day School, which is
preparing to celebrate its
10th anniversary at a ban-
quet Oct. 20.
Also elected are Sanford
Eisenberg, Dr. Martin E.
Guyer and Robert Torgow,
vice presidents; Her bert
Speiser, treasurer; and Mrs.
David Dombey, secretary.
Philip Stollman is honorary
president, Rabbi James I.
Gordon, chairman of the edu-
cation committee; and Rabbi
Joseph L. Shuchatowitz, prin-
cipal.
Past presidents who serve
on the executive are Ithamar
Koenigsberg, David Tanzman
and George Weingarden.
Martin Lerner is director of
development.

Criterion Plans
Dance, Exploration

Criterion Club will dance
under the stars 9 p.m. Satur-
day at Metropolitan Beach.
Bob Durant and his orchestra
will provide the music for
dancing.
On Sunday, the club will
tour the Cranbrook Museum
of Science, leaving 12:30 p.m.
from the Oak Park Commu-
nity Center parking lot.
For information, call Gertie
Neuburger, 398-8266 or Betty
Weinberg, 559-5175.

Behold, I am bringing
them out of the north land,
and will gather them from
the uttermost parts of the
earth, among them the blind
and the lame, the woman
with child, and her that is
about to give birth — a great
company shall they return
hither.—Jeremiah 31:8.

The Technion, at 50 Israel's
oldest and main scientific
university, trains two-thirds
of Israel's top-level scien-
tists, engineers, architects,
doctors and researchers and
has a current enrollment of
9,000 students. David D. Kahn
is president of the Detroit
chapter.
Rich became a member of
the American Technion So-
ciety- in Detroit in 1967, join-
ing a national body of prom-
SAM RICH
inent business executives,
educators, scientists and in-
dustry leaders who actively THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 26, 1974-37
engage in supporting the
Technion through their work
for the society.
He is a former president
of the Detroit chapter, chair-
man of its Jubilee Campaign
and a benefactor of the De-
n t“ ,
troit Mechanical and Aero-
nautical Engineering Build-
ing on the Technion campus
on Mt. Carmel. The Rich-
Rohlik Laboratory, part of
the Detroit-sponsored com-
and
plex, is named for him. He I
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also was an alternate mem-
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of governors before his
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