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October 02, 1981 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-02

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TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
50 Friday, October 2, 1S1
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WITH A MANICURE Both For $6!

Detroit Technion Chapter
Forms Young Adult Group

A new group has been or-
ganized within the Detroit
Chapter of the American
Technion Society called
Technion 2000.
It is composed of young
men and women who are
committed to the continued
growth of Israel through the
support of the Technion-
Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy. the challenge is to pro-
vide support and leadership
for the Technion into the
21st Century.
The primary purpose of
Technion 2000 is to or-
ganize young Jewish adults
in Metropolitan Detroit and
acquaint them by educa-
tional programs, films and
debates with Israel and

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Dr. Aviva Gileadi, prin-
cipal engineer for nu-
clear safety and dynamic
analysis at Detroit Edi-
son, will speak on "Israel
and Nuclear Power." The
Program will include a
movie, "The Atom a
Closer Look." Following
the lecture there will be a
discussion period with
refreshments.
Dr. Gileadi was born in
Budapest, Hungary where
she received her PhD in
physicas in 1941. In 1944,
she was sent to a forced
labor camp. She held teach-
ing and research positions
in the field of nuclear
energy at Technion in Israel
and the University of
Puerto Rico.
Technion 2000 is lead by
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cluding Gerald Brody,
James Deutchman, Sharon
Edelman, Evan Miller, Fred
Newman and James Safran.
The public is invited to the
program. There is no
charge. For information,
call the Technion office,
559-5190.

The Detroit Chapter of
the American Technion
Society will hold its 33rd
annual dinner 6 p.m. Nov. 8
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
General Amos Horev,
president of Tecimion, will
participate.
The Detroit Chapter of
the American Technion
Society will hold its 33rd
annual dinner 6 p.m. Nov. 8
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
General Amos Horev,
president of Technion, will
participate.
The Detroit Chapter has
participated in many of the
American Technion
Society's fund-raising ef-
forts including the principal
funding of the Detroit
Mechanical and Aeronauti-
cal Engineering Complex,
completed in 1972.
The major new fund-
raising effort announced
at the 32nd Annual
dinner last year, the con-
struction of a Michigan
Dormitory on the Techn-
ion campus in Haifa, is
well on its way. The
building is part of Techn-
ion's recently launched
$14 million student hous-
ing construction pro-
gram.
For dinner information,
call the Technion office,
559-5190.

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