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June 15, 1984 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

77

Friday, June 15, 1984

LOCAL NEWS

Cong. B'nai David President Philip Bolton and his wife,
Tillie, left, hosted a cocktail reception recently which netted
$330,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions. The reception was
held in advance of the congregation's annual Bond dinner
slated to take place 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the synagogue.
Pictured with the Boltons are, from left: Grant Silberfarb,
center, dinner honoree Betty Silverfarb, and reception guest
speaker Jacques Torczyner, president of the World Union of
General Zionists.



Attending to last-minute details in advance of next Wednes-
day's annual Jewish National Fund testimonial dinner to be
held at 7 pm. at A dat Shalom Synagogue, are, from left: Dr.
Milton M. Shiffman, dinner .chairman; honorees Esther and
Norman Allan; JNF Detroit President Jack Zwick; and
Sherman Shapiro, an associate dinner chairman. Guest
speaker will be Hubert H. Humphrey II. A limited number of
reservations are still available. For reservations, call the
JNF, 557-6644.

these are only a few of the
features you'll find weekly
in The Jewish News

Technion meeting features
aeronautical engineer

Israel's Lavi project will
be discussed by Prof. Ale-
xander Burcat at the public
meeting of the Detroit
Chapter of the American
Technion Society on Tbes-
day at 7:45 p.m. at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building.
Chairing the evening's
program will be Dr. Joseph
N. Epel, president of the De-
troit Chapter. The program
also will feature a film on
aeronautical engineering at
Israel's Technion.
Dr. Burcat is a professor
of aeronautical engineering Prof. Alexander Burcat
at the Technion. Currently, on sabbatical leave from the
he is at NASA in Cleveland Technion. Dr. Burcat was
born in Romania, served in
the Israeli Air Force and re-
ceived his Ph.D. degree in
Named to post
physical chemistry from the
Former Detroiter Garry Hebrew University in
Frank, of Redondo Beach, Jerusalem.
Calif., has been elected
The' public is invited.
president of Cong. Tifereth There is no charge. For in-
Jacob in Manhattan Beach, formation call the Detroit
Calif.
Technion office, 569-5190.

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