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August 13, 1976 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-13

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32 Friday, August 13, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Stollman Encouraging Aid
for Bar-Ilan U. Curricula

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Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S.
Gerendasy will be hon-
ored by their children at a
dinner party this month
on the occasion of their
60th wedding anniver-
sary. Their children are
Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Gerendasy, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Gerendasy and
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Canvasser.

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The chancellor of Bar-Ilan University, Dr. Joseph
H. Looksetin, left, is shown at Bar-Ilan's recent gradua-
tion exercises congratulating President Ephraim Katzir
of Israel on the accnouncement of the establishment of a
chair in biophysics at the university in the name of Eat-
zir.

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The need for scholar-
ships to augment the
program of enrolling
more foreign students in
the educational program
of Bar-Ilan University in
Israel was emphasized
this week by Phillip
Stollman, global chair-
man of the university's
board of governors.
Stollman's appeal for
scholarships also gained
momentum in an addi-
tional appeal by David B.
Hermelin and Irving
Nusbaum, co-chairmen of
the annual dinner of De-
troit Friends of Bar-Ilan
University to be held at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Sept. 23.
Stollman especially
commended the current
gift for a wing in the life
science building at Bar-

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Ilan made by Nathan P.
Rossen, Detroit philan-
thropist. The wing will be
dedicated in November
on the Ramat Gan, Israel
campus and will be inau-
gurated at the dinner
here on Sept. 21.
Meanwhile, more than
300 overseas students, the
highest number to date,
will attend special sum-
mer courses beginning
next month at Bar-Ilan, Is-
rael's only religious
oriented university. This
represents a 50 percent
increase over the previous
year and reverses- a
downward trend which
had begun following the
Yom Kippur War.
This was revealed re-
cently by 'Rabbi Joseph
Lookstein, chancellor of
Bai-Ilan University, who
noted that of the 300 per-
sons who will be attend-
ing the special summer
courses, a quarter are
teachers and principals of
Hebrew day schools from
Canada.

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Bnai Brithl
Activities

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Desert luncheon will be
served, and games' will
follow. Admission is free,
and guests are invited._

* * *

DETROIT BUSINESS
AND PROFESSIONAL
CHAPTER will have a

special games party 7:45
p.m. Tuesday at North-
gate East Apts. club
house. Guests are invited.
Refreshments will be
served. Admission is
nominal. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Albert
Weinberg, 968-8058.

* * *

BNAI BRITH WO
MEN'S COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT will hold a dele-
gates meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Mrs.
Harold Rowe is Council
president. A coffee hour
will follow.

Jeffrey Scott Lichter-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs..
Sanford V. Lichterman,
former Detroiters of
Memphis, Tenn., was
called to the Torah to
celebrate his Bar Mitzva
at Temple Israel in
Memphis, July 31. Jeff is
the grandson of Mrs. Sam
Schwartz of Detroit and
Arthur Lichterman of
Royal Oak. He is the
great-grandson of Harry
Blatnikoff of Oak Park.
Relatives and friends at-
tended from Detroit, New
Orleans, Atlanta, Ft.
Lauderdale, Birmin-
gham, Ala.; Cincinnati
and Kansas City.

The West Bloomfield
Lake Estates residents
held their first beach
party and dance last
week at West Bloomfield
Lake. The social commit-
tee was chaired by Arlene
and Bill Kingston with
the assistance of Becky
and Howard Emmer, Gail
and Harry Herschman,
Donna and Ron Rodgers,
Carol and Fred Spier,
Linda and Mike Roth,
and the president and re-
cording secretary, TI-n
Pevos and Sue Pevos. !-
tertainment was pfo-
vided by the Al Simms
Orchestra.

Saving of Lives

Jewish law provides for
emergencies. If a person
is seriously ill, not only is
it permissible to violate
the Sabbath for his -
but it is a duty to d‘
The Talmud stales:
"The Sabbath may be de-
secrated for one who is
seriously ill so that he
may be preserved to ob-
serve many Sabbaths."

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