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January 09, 1981 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nuclear Scientist to Speak
at Detroit Technion Meeting

The American Technion
Society, Detroit Chapter,
will hear a talk on "Nuclear
Energy in the Middle East"
by Dr. Aviva Gileadi 7:45
p.m. Wednesday at the
Ramada Inn, Southfield.
The chairman of the eve-
,• ning's program will be Leon
S. Cohan, senior vice
president and general coun-
sel of The Detroit Edison Co.
Dr. Gileadi was born and
educated in Budapest,
Hungary, where she re-
ceived her PhD degree in
physics in 1941. In 1944, she
was placed in a forced labor
p, from which she es-
ed after the war. She fled
to Vienna where she met
her husband, Michael.
After the couple lived
in a series of refugee
camps, they made their_
Way to Israel in 1948. In
Israel, Dr. Gileadi taught
math and science on a
kibutz. Later Dr. Gileadi,
was senior lecturer at the
department of nuclear
science at Technion-
Israel Institute of
Technology and con-
ducted inter-university
courses at the Israeli Re-
search Reactor at Nahal
Soreq.

DR. AVIVA GILEADI

She had held positions of
acting director and profes-
sor, department of nuclear
engineering, University of
Puerto Rico as well as prin-
cipal scientist at KMS Fu-
sion, Inc. At present, Dr.
Gileadi is principal
engineer, nuclear engineer-
ing division, Detroit Edison.
Her husband is a noted
composer and musician and
they have two grown chil-
dren.
The public is invited.
There is no charge. For in-
formation, call the Techn-
ion office, 559-5190.

Singles Events

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
hear attorney Robert
Radner 8 p.m. Sunday at
the main Jewish Center
Radner will speak on
"Minimizing Income for
Taxes fpr the Single Per-
son." A social hour will fol-
low. There is a charge. Sing-
les age 30 and up are in-
vited.
The group holds regular
meetings on the second and
fourth Sunday of the month
and open board meetings
are held the first Monday of
the month at the Morris
Branch of the Center at 8
p.m.
For details, call Gerrie
Feingold, 968-8853; Phil
Fabian, 967-4110; or Marge
Thoryn, 399-2265.

HAMILTON PLACE
SINGLES, age 30 and up,
will have its first dance of
the new year 8:30 p.m. Jan.
16 at the health club, 30333
Southfield, Southfield. Re-
freshments and a cash bar
will be available. There is a.
charge. For information,
call Nan Pickman, 616-
8990.

Friday, January 9, 1981 51

Gary R Miller &
Associates

OAKLAND SINGLES
will have its first party of
the new year 8 p.m. Jan. 18
at Angie's, Farmington
Hills. Refreshments and a
cash bar will be available.
Singles age 23-39 are in-
vited. There is a charge.

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13nai Brith Activities

KEIDAN LODGE will
have a meet-the-officers
and games night 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the Carlyle
Apts. club room. Refresh-
ments will be served.

will be served at 6 and a De-
troit Pistons game will fol-
low. There is a charge. For
details, call Pam Selis,
534-8219; or Marilyn Droz,
474-3322.

MORGENTHAU
CHAPTER will have a
luncheon meeting noon
Wednesday in the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
The film, "What You Are Is
Where You Were When,"
will be shown. For required
reservations, call Anne
Bogrow, 545-8147; or Pearl
Unatiri, 559-1367.

DOWNTOWN - FOX
LODGE w ll hold a regular
* meeting 8:70 p.m. Thursday
in the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. A repre-
sentative of the Heart Asso-
ciation will speak on "The
Risk Factors for Heart Dis-
ease." Wives and friends are
invited.

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Oakland Century

COUPLETS UNIT will
have its "One Nite Out" Offers Grant
event Jan. 17 at Chateau
The. Oakland Century
Louis at the Sheraton Pon- Lodge of Bnai Brith has
tiac Bloomfield, 1001 made available its annual
Woodward, Pontiac. Dinner college- tuition grant of
$500.
The criteria for this grant
Marriage Unit
is that the recipient:
Has Open Forum • Is a university student
Michigan
Chapter, that has family ties to the
Jewish
Marriage metropolitan Detroit area.
• Has demonstrated
Encounter, will have an
)en information night 7:30 community participation or
:in. Sunday at the main leadership potential.
• Has an above average
Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield. Admis- college record.
• Demonstrates a need for
sion is free.
this award without which
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Be- continued attendance to col-
verly) Viedrah and Mr. and lege may be impossible or
Mrs. Beryle (Blanche) Wal- will constitute a severe
L_ rs will describe the org'an- hardship.
zation's activities•.
Counselors who have con-
For information, call the tact with students who ful-
Viedrahs, 557-6713.
fill these criteria should
have the student forward a
Alpha Omega
letter together with a tran-
script (or copy) of courses
Names Shipko
and grades, covering each of
Dr. Leo Shipko was in- these criteria as it pertains
stalled as international to the student to Oakland
president-elect of the Alpha Century Lodge, Scholarship
Omega Dental Fraternity Committee, 26500 North-
at its 73rd annual conven- western Hwy., Suite 301,
tion held recently in To- Southfield, 48076.
ronto.
Deadline is April 3.

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