NEW YORK (Dec. 9)
Gifts totalling $2,700,000 to the Haifa Institute of Technology were announced at a national dinner here of the American Technion Society, which supports the Haifa institute. Among the gifts was one for $250,000 from Julius Silver, a Manhattan attorney, for a bio-medical engineering school. Charles Frost, retired business executive and philanthropist, gave $300,000. The funds will be allocated for various purposes, including expansion of the Institute’s school for computer sciences.