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July 14, 1995 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-07-14

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Technion Honors
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construction business. His com-
pany has built the northwest Ter-
minal at Detroit Metropolitan
Airport and the Pontchartrain Ho-
tel. Mr. Etkin is president of the
Detroit chapter of Associated Gen-
eral Contractors of America.
The American Society for
Technion is the institute's find-
raising arm in the United States
and the leading American orga-
nization supporting higher edu-
cation in Israel. Technion
societies are located in 24 coun-
tries around the world.

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Alex Etkin

Detroit philanthropist Alex J.
Etkin was awarded an honorary
fellowship from the Technion-Is-
rael Institute of Technology. He
received the degree for his exem-
plary support of the Technion
and the American Technion So-
ciety (ATS), the leading U.S.
supporter of higher education
in Israel.
The honorary fellowship is
one of the Technion's most
prestigious tributes and is be-
stowed on individuals from
around the world who have
made outstanding contributions
to the building of the State of Is-
rael and the Technion—the in-
stitution responsible for placing
the Jewish state at the leading
edge of modern science and tech-
nology.
Alex Etkin serves on the ATS
National Board of Directors and is
a past vice president of the Detroit
chapter. He and his wife, Toby, es-
tablished the A.J. Etkin Interna-
tional Seminar on Strategic
Planning in Construction Compa-
nies at the Technion. As chairman
of the board of A.J. Etkin Con-
struction Co., he is a leader in the

Ask The Lawyer takes place
Mondays at 1 p.m. at the Jimmy
Prentice Morris Jewish Com-
munity Center. Arda Barenholtz
will be available for free 20
minute legal consultations in the
areas of probate and family law.
This service can be translated
into Russian. Reserve a time slot
in advance at the JCC desk or by
calling 967-4030.
The Yiddish Culture Club will
present a concert on Thursday
July 20, at 1 p..m. This event,
sponsored by the Charles and
Frances Driker fund, is free of
charge and will feature Galina
Feldman accompanied by Adel
Kozodayev.

Lodge Plans
Member Event

The Henry Morgent,hau L'Chay-
im Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold
a paid-up dinner social on July
24, 6:30 p.m. at Sila's restaurant,
4033 W. 12 Mile Rd., Berkely. For
information, contact Harold Zuk-
er, 545-0445; or Alan Nathan,
6474172.
The lodge won the District 6
Zom Zlotnik Memorial Bulletin
award at the annual convention
held in Omaha, Neb.

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