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November 14, 1975 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

November 14; 1975

Youth Auction
at Adat Shalom

Activities
in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kal-
ish will be honored by fam-

ily and friends at a tea Sun-
day on the occasion of their
60th wedding anniversary.
The Kalishes were married
Nov. 7, 1915 in Detroit.

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LARRY FREEDMAN,

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

The Adat Shalom Youth
Department will have its
annual Hanuka auction 6:30
-p.m. Nov. 23 in the syn-
agogue.
This year the auction
committee, headed by Matt
Fuller and Judy Frank, has
collected autographed items
from celebrities such as
Mickey Redmond, the Chi-
cago rock group and Lily
Tomlin. There is an admis-
sion charge, and refresh-
ments will be served.
For reservations, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.
Proceeds go to the Youth
Department.

v eR,

The Creative Touch in Fine Photography

I. MARSHALL STERN

557-5221

557-1960

Local Technion Society to Meet

Applications are still
available for the Nov. 21-23
Israel Reunion Retreat at
Camp Tamarack for young
adults, sponsored by the Is-
rael Aliya Center.
Guest speakers include
Yael Malkiel, Israel Aliya
Center director of overseas

Detroiter Named
to Hebrew Union
Overseers Board

Technion's Detroit Mechanical-Aeronautical Engineer-
ing Complex

Detroit Chapter, Ameri-
can Technion Society, will
have a meeting, moderated
by chapter vice president
Louis Milgrom, 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Michigan
Inn.
Carl Alpert, Boston-born
Israeli journalist and execu-
tive vice chairman, Board of
Governors of the Technion,
Israel Institute of Technol-

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Judging from public reac-
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vicious propaganda against
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HAIFA — Prof. Mena-
hem Rebhun has been
named to fill the Sensibar
Chair in Environmental
Engineering at the Technion
— Israel Institute of Tech-
nology.
Rebhun, a specialist in
water pollution and man-
agement of water resources,
is a member of the civil en-
gineering faculty at the
Technion. He represents the
first appointment to the
new Beatrice Sensibar
Chair in Environmental
Engineering.

well known stylists in the Southfield area
have joined the staff

students; Michael Moed, ki-
butz representative for Ha-
bonim; Eli Ben-Ray of the
Jewish Community Center;
Uri Segal, Israeli student;
and Arieh Shapira, director
of the aliya center.
For reservations, call
Beth Frumkin at the Israel
Aliya Center, 968-1044.

SELMA'S
Yarn Shop

Mrs. Arthur Bloom of
Southfield is among the
first appointees to the board
of overseers, newly formed
for the Cincinnati School of
the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion.
Mrs. Bloom was born in
Detroit. She is active on sev-
eral civic and religious com-
mittees, including Planned
Parenthood; National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women; and
Archives of American Art.
She is also a member of
Temple Beth El, where she
is on the board of trustees
and is a past-president of
the temple sisterhood.

Technion Names
Professor to Chair

Frank Carmona
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ogy, will review current
Mideast developments and
their impact on Israel, the
U.S. and the Technion.
Raziel Rom, a Technion
mechanical engineering
graduate and IDF reserve
tank officer, also will speak.
Two films: "The Metalwork-
ing Industries of Israel" and
"Progress in Water Desali-
nation" will be shown.
David D. Kahn is chapter
president. For information,
contact the chapter office,
559-5190. Refreshments will
be served.

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