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September 24, 1976 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bar-Ilan Fundraiser Draws 625

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More than 625 -persons
attended the annual De-
troit dinner in behalf of
Bar-Ilan University, held
Wednesday evening at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
honoring Nathan P. Ros-
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Friday, September 24, 1976 57

gate the disappearance of
hostage Dora Bloch, who
was reportedly killed by
Ugandan soldiers in a
Uganda hospital after the
raid.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

From The

Looking over the program of the annual Bar-Ilan
University dinner are, seated, general dinner chairmen
David Hermelin, left, and Irving Nussbaum. Standing
are, from left, Max Stollman, honorary co-chairman;
Nathan P. Rossen, honoree; Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive
director of the Detroit Bar-Ilan office; and Phillip
Stollman, chairman of the global board of directors for
Bar-Ilan.
* *
lighted the central role chairman of its global
Detroiters played in the board of trustees, made a
formation of the Israeli special presentation to
university.
Rossen "in recognition of
Nussbaum mentioned his devotion to educa-
the efforts of many De- tion'_' as shown through
troiters and singled out his donation of a wing in
the names of Irving Bar-Ilan's new life_ sci-
Schlussel, Daniel Tern- ence building.
chin and his father, Abe
Metropolitan Opera
Nussbaum, for special tenor Misha Raitzin en-
recognition.
tertained the audience
Phillip
Stollman, with operatic, English,
another Detroit pioneer Hebrew and Yiddish
in behalf of Bar-Ilan, and selections.

Prof. Howe to Lecture Here

Prof. Irving Howe, dis-
tinguished professor of
English at City Univer-
sity . of New York
Graduate School and
Hunter College, will de-
liver a lecture 8 p.m. Oct.
14 at Temple Beth El.
Prof. Howe will speak
under the auspices of the
Detroit Chapter of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee, in cooperation
with the Midrasha CO1-
lege of Jewish Studies,
Temple Beth El and
Wayne State University.
He will speak on "The
East European Immig-
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