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October 15, 1982 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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Friday, October 15, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Marriages

N Maas to Get Technion Honor Israel's High Technology
at November Annual Dinner Topic of Technion Meeting

ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs Norman I
Leemon of Farmin gt.o n
Hills.
Barbara Trogun of Mil-
waukee was her sister's
matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Judith Ann
Holtz of West Bloomfield,
sister of the bridegroom,
and Rachel Peltz of Ber-
keley, Calif. The hupa was
held by Jeanne Traxler of
Brookline, Mass., Mindy
Tarnoff of Milwaukee, Har-
riet Jean Block of Chicago,
and Julie Hankin, of
Hazzard, Ky.
Sheldon Leemon of Oak
Park was his brother's best
man. Ushers were Albert
Holtz of West Bloomfield
and Robert Deutsch of Hen-
dersonville, N.C.

Linda Portnoy and
Mark Leemon were mar-
ried recently at Cong. Sinai
in Fox Point, Wis. The bride
is the daughter of Mrs. Max
Portnoy of Wisconsin and
the late Mr. Portnoy. Par-

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$600,000 Benard L. Maas
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now under construction at
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the 34th annual dinner of
the Detroit Chapter of the
American Technion Society
-6:30 p.m. Nov. 11 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Maas, who pledged
$250,000 toward the com-
pletion of the project, will be
the special honoree at the
dinner.
Maas has been an in-
novator and supplier for the
automotive industry since
1918, opening his first plant
in Detroit at age 22.
Besides the Technion,
Maas has benefited the
American Society for
Crippled Children in Is-
rael, the Fresh Air
Society, Children's Hos-
pital of Michigan, Shrin-
ers Hospital for Crippled
Children, Temple Beth El
Youth Study Program in
Israel, Diskin Orphans
Home in Jerusalem and
scholarships for students
in the U.S. and Israel.
For more information on
the dinner, contact the
Technion office, 559-5190.

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A
public opinion poll at the
end of September showed
that Prime Minister
Menahem Begin's potpular-
ity had fallen 17 percent
since August, to 47 percent.
The poll was taken after the
Belhit massacre of Palesti-
nian civilians by Christian
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JEWELERS

"Israel High Technology"
will be discussed by Dr.
Jack Goldman at a public
meeting of the American
Technion Society Detroit
Chapter, to be held at the
United Hebrew Schools at
7:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Chairing the program
will be Julius Harwood, the
past president of the chap-
ter.
Dr. Goldman is the na-
tional president of the
American Technion Society
as well as the past president
of the Detroit and
Pittsburgh Chapters.
He recently retired as
senior vice president of the
Xerox Corp. where as chief
technical officer he super-
vised its four research
laboratories. Previously,
Dr. Goldman was director of
the scientific research lab-
oratory of the Ford Motor
Co.
A physicist by training,
Dr. Goldman has prev-
iously served on the fa-
culty of the Carnegie In-
stitute of Technology and
as visiting Edwin Webs-
ter Professor at MIT. He
has served on the Xerox
board of directors and
currently is on the board
of General Instrument,
Bundy, Comtex Scientific
and Bank Leumi Trust.
He has been on the boards
of the Weizmann Institute,
Tel Aviv University and
Bar-Ilan University and
has been chairman of the
U.S. Israel Binational
Advisory Council on Re-
search and Development.
For information, call the
Technion office, 559-5190.

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
permanent commission to
erect a memorial in New
York City to the victims of
the Nazi Holocaust has been
named by Mayor Edward
Koch to plan a memorial
with a museum, archives
and education facilities.
A report of the Mayor's
Task Force on the
Holocaust, named in May
1981, was released which
proposed a memorial center
housed in an existing build-
ing in the city to be financed
by $30-$40 - million in pri-
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