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May 13, 1977 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-13

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24 Friday, May 13, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Dr. Avraharn • Harman.
president of the Hebrew
University, spoke at a spon-
sors reception Sunday in ad-
vance of the June 15 dinner
that will honor former Pres-
ident Gerald R. Ford at the
Plaza Hotel.
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Shown at the sponsors reception of the Detroit Friends
of Hebrew University are from left, Erwin C. Ziegehnan;
Dr. William Haber; Louis Berry, co-chairman of the Scopus
Award dinner; and Dr: Avraham Harman.
ships for students, most of
gelman, president of the
whom have_ served three
Michigan Chapter, Friends
years in the army. We must
of Hebrew University.
increase our endowment
Dr. Harman spoke of the
fund. Of we cut our budget
effect of Hebrew University
we will have to fire some of
on Israeli society and the
our faculty, who are the fu-
school's need for increased
ture scholars and leaders.".
funding.
The university is under
Dr. Harman said that it
is fitting that the Scopus
great pressure this year,"
Award will be given to Pres-
he said. We need scholar-

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groundbreaking for its me-
morial center noon June 19
at the site of the center, 13
Mile and Farmington Rds.,
Farmington Hills.
Eli Zborowski, honorary
president of the American
Federation of Jewish Fight-
ers, Camp Inmates and
Nazi Victims, will be guest
speaker.
The center will contain a
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Two sisters, students of
the Temple Israel High
School, will observe Bat
Mitzva 11 a.m. Saturday in
the temple.
Gayle Leslie Shore, 17,
and' Karen Stacey Shore, 15,
decided to undergo training
for Bat Mitzva last year,
even though the traditional
age for the ceremony is 13.
The sisters, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Shore of
Southfield, agree that Bat
Mitzva was an outgrowth of
the summer pilgrimage
each had made to Israel as
part of the Temple Israel
high school group.
Each is active in. the
TeMple Israel Youth Group
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Archives of the period will
be available to visitors, and
tapes of oral history will be
housed therein. The Shaarit
Haplaytah issued an appeal
to survivors throughout the
country for information
they may wish to donate to
the center.
Persons interested in aid-
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tax deductible contributions
to Memorial Center, 3811
W. 12 Mile, Berkley, 48072.

ident Ford "who helped us
and understood our prob-
lems.
Dr. William Haber, na-
tional academic chairman
of Friends of Hebrew U. ad-
visor to the executive offi-
cers and at the University
of Michigan, said the
'Scopus Award dinner "is a
tremendous investment in
Israel's tomorrow" because
Israel hasn't got the where-
with perturbed about the
"export of brains."
David Hermelin called on
those who attended to pro-
vide scholarships and urged
all-out support for the suc-
cess of the dinner.
Ziegelman introduced Dr.
Harman and gave a report
on dinner preparations.
For information and din-
ner reservations, call the
Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, 962-6500.

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' Cong. a Beth Shalom an-
nounces its Enhanced Gen-
eration Club for retired
members of the congrega-
tion will meet 10 a.m.
Wednesday in the syna-
gogue. Brunch will be serv-
ed by the. sisterhood.
The program will include
an oral and musical presen-
tation by Rabbi David Nel-
son and Cantor Samuel
Greenbaum and readings
froM Sholem Aleichem by
Ida Rosenblum and Phyllis
Young.
Transportation is avail-
able. For reservations, call
the synagogue, 547-7970. or
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