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July 02, 1982 - Image 37

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Technion Institute Appoints New President

HAIFA (JTA) — Yosef
Singer, 59, a member of the
faculty of the aeronautical
engineering department of

the Technion, Israel's Insti-
tute of Technology, has been
named president of the
Technion by the institute's

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board of governors.
Dr. Singer, the first
president to be chosen from
the Technion faculty, suc-
ceeds Amos Horev, who is
retiring after nine years as
president.
Born in Vienna, Singer
was brought to Israel in
1933, when he was 10. He
was graduated with honors
in mechanical engineering
by the Imperial College of
the University of London in
1948 and received a diploma
in aeronautics from the Im-
perial College in 1949.
In 1957, he received a
master's degree in
aeronautical engineering
from the Polytechnic In-
stitute of Brooklyn. Dur-
ing World War II, he
served in the Royal Air
Force and then returned
to Israel where he held
the rank of major in the
test and development
section of the Israel Air
Force from 1953 to 1955.
He joined the aeronauti-
cal engineering faculty of
the Technion in 1955 and
became a professor in 1965,
serving twice as dean of the

Christian Group Backing Israel

faculty.
From 1971 to 1973 he was
senior vice president for
engineering in Israel Air-
craft Industries. He cur-
rently holds the L. Sharley
Tark Chair in Aircraft
Structures at the Technion.

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Friday, July 2, 1982 31

tion of 50 U.S. Christians to
Israel earlier this month.
The founder of the Texas-
based "Mission to America"
said that Israel should not
be surprised at their vic-
tory, since it is written in
the biblical books of Isaiah
and Ovadia.

TEL AVIV (JNI) — Mil-
lions of American Chris-
tians are praying for Israel
and wishing it victory in its
battle against PLO ter-
rorists, according to Rev.
Hilton Sutton.

Sutton headed a delega-

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