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November 06, 1981 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-06

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M Friday, November 6, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Conversation should be

learned without conceited-
ness, novel without false-
hood.
—Shakespeare

pleasant without scurrility,
witty without affectation,
free without indecency,

Technion Nears One-Third Mark
of Michigan Dormitory Drive

It is almost a year since
the Detroit Chapter of the
American Technion Society
launched a $600,000 fund-
raising drive to build a
Michigan Dormitory at
Technion — Israel Institute
of Technology in Haifa.
The project, part of the
Technion's $14 million stu-
dent housing program, is in-
tended to ease a critical
housing shortage at the
university. Sam Rich,
chairman of the ATS Michi-
gan Dormitory Committee,
will announce at Sunday's
Detroit Chapter dinner at
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
that more than 30 percent of
the needed funds have been
raised thus far.
"The housing problem at
the Technion is severe and
the longer it takes to build
these dormitories, the more
severe the problem will be;
the more students will be af-
fected and discouraged,"
Rich said in advance of the

. . . where art doesn't
stop on the walls.

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Hand-crafted jewelry
One-of-a-kind cloy pieces

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Briefs

Edward Rose will re-
ceive the first "Hall of
Fame" award of the Buil-
ders Association of South-
eastern Michigan Saturday
at the BASM's annual
Presidential Leadership
Recognition Ball Saturday
at the Northfield Hilton.
Lou Jacobs will be hon-
ored as "builder of the year"
and will receive the first
William H. Hollar Memo-
rial Award for "outstanding
achievement in member-
ship recruiting" at the ball.
• • •
Gary L. Lichtman has
been appointed president-
Great Lakes Region for
Superior Coffee Co.
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dinner.
Some 70 percent of
Technion's students
come from outside the
Haifa area and on-
campus accommodations
are now available for
only one-third, or 1,900
students. Because of the
general shortage of hous-
ing in Israel, the cost of
renting rooms off-
campus can be several
times higher than tuition
costs, which are sub-
sidized by the govern-
ment.
Guests at the chapter's
33rd annual dinner, to be
held 6 p.m. Sunday at Adat
Shalom, will welcome guest
speaker Gen. Amos Horev,
president of Technion.
Others participating in the

JBD Co., 3351 Hilton,
Ferndale, jewelry designing
and manufacturing firm
headed by Herman "Hy"
Keys, offers diamonds, 14
karat gold jewelry and gifts.
Hours are 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday and 11
a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.
• • •
Sam P. Katz, president of
American Mailers of De-
troit, was honored recently
for "15 years of continuous
support" of the Resident
Mailers Group of the Mail
Advertising Service Asso-
ciation, International.

• • •

Zeza, European-styled
clothing, 29481 Northwest-
ern, Southfield will have a
sale, 10-50 percent off on all
merchandise, through Nov.
14.

LZA Branch
Meets for Social

Arlazaroff - Avrunin -
Weitzman Branch of the
Labor Zionist Alliance will
have a social and cultural
meeting noon Sunday at the
LZA Institute, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park.
Educator and lecturer
Mordecai Teiler will speak
on "Abraham Reisen — The
Great Yiddish Poet."
Friends are welcome. Re-
freshments will be served.

dinner include Saul Seigel,
national ATS executive vice
president; Louis Milgrom,
chapter president and
member, ATS national
board; and D. Dan Kahn,
member, ATS national
board of directors and
chair -an, Detroit Chapter
boara of directors, who has
accepted the role of dinner
chairman.
Dinner reservations can
still be made by calling
Technion, 559-5190.

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