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July 30, 1971 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, July 30, 1971

Chava Roth Betrothed ISinai Federation
vlectDitectors
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New Diamond' Polishing
Machines Demonstrated V

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, =Wright
TFL.
Corp. will sign an agreement with
an Israeli firm, Savkel Ltd., to
develop a rotary engine.
Savkel obtained a production
license for the Wankel engine
from the German patent holders-
NSU-Audi and Wankel GMBH—in

Two new members have been.
elected to the board of trustees
of Sinai Hospital, for terms to ex-
, Dire Dec, 1, 197.3. They are William
. Davidson, president and chief
executive officer of Guardian In-
dustries Corp., Northville, and
Bernard E. Pincus, chairman of
the board of Hughes and Hatcher.
Davidson, a native Detroiter,
earned a BA at the University of
1 Michigan and a law degree from
Wayne State University in 1949.
j He practiced law in Detroit un-

TEL AVIV. (JTA) —Two Israeli
machines which are expected, to
revolutionize the diamond polish-
ing industry were • demonstrated
at the Haifa Conference on Mech-
anical Engineer.
The machines were deVeloped
at the Haifa Technion's Diamond
Research Laboratory by Professor
Yeshaya Yarnitsky of the faculty
of mechanical engineering.
One of the machines flowlessly
grinds and polishes the angled
faces of a diamond:

Until now, skilled workers had
to sit at a revolving wheel and
press onto it the diamond which
is to be given polished faces.
With the new grinder-polisher,
MISS CHAYA ROTH
four diamonds can be handled
by one revolving -wheel while a
Rev. and Mrs. Hershl Roth of
semi-skilled worker supervises Robert St., Southfield, announce
a group of such wheels. -
the engagement of their daughter
The second machine rounds and Chaya Matele to Itzhak B. Tatel-
shines diamonds.
baum, son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Martin J. Tatelbaum of Geneva
St., Oak Park.
Candy: Centerpieces
The couple attends Wayne State
University, where Mr. Tatelbaum
Personalized Party
will graduate in December. A
May wedding is planned.
Mementos

Invitations and Party Ac-
cessories for all occasions.

Israeli Firm to Develop
Wankel Rotary Engine

_11- urrio, _D. Goldenberg

Anti-Semitic Fliers

1970.
Curtiss-Wright holds an exclu-
sive license for the industrial en-
gine in North America and has
been working on research and de-
velopment for several years. Sav-
kel is controlled by the American-
Israeli Paper Mills and private
investors represented by the
Israel-British Bank of Tel Aviv.

Planning agar/Bas
Vitra or Waking?

MRS. MURRAY GOLDENBERG

Pincus

Davidson

Linda Esther Switzer and Mur-
ray David Goldenberg were mar-
ried in a recent ceremony at Cong.
Beth Moses. Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper officiated.
The newlyweds are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Switzer
of Rutherford Ave.; and Mr. and
Mrs. Rubin Goldenberg of Gardner
Ave., Oak Park.

We'd like to mail samples of the na-
tion's largest designer and manufac-
turer of custom English&Hebrew
and Monogram invitations.

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til 1951, when he left to devote
full time to operation of the Frank
W. Kerr Co. He has been asso-
ciated with Guardian Industries
since 1952.
Davidson is a member of
Shaarey Zedek and its board of
trustees and vice president of the
Jewish Vocational Service and
A watercolor painting by LINDA
Community Workshop; is a mem- ZALLA, local artist, has been se-
ber of Michigan Bar, Young Pres-
idents' Organization, Founders So- lected to appear at
the BLOOM-
° IATION
ciety
of
the
Detroit
Institute
of
Arts, Friends of Modern Art, mer show, 1516 S. Cranbrook. Dr.

Brevities

Anti-Semitic
PARIS (JTA)
leaflets calling "on all Frenchmen
to be careful of the Kikes and to
wait for the day when they will
be eradicated" were distributed
646-6138
on the Champs Elysees. The leaf-
lets bore swastikas and were
Goldman, Wayne State
signed by the "Friends of Adolf Franklin Hills Country Club and Bernard
University professor, selected 32
Standard City Club.
Classified Ads Get Quick Results Hitler."
A native of Philadelphia, Pincus pieces of art work from 206 en-
tries for the exhibit. Hours are 2-5
worked for Pincus Brothers-Max- p•m. Tuesdays-Saturdays, July 18-
well, clothing manufacturers, and Aug. 15.
attended Philadelphia Textile Col-
* *
lege. He joined Hughes and Hat-
Roy Eugene Davis, author of
cher in 1938 as buyer of men's
sportswear, became president in nine books and teacher of Yoga
meditation, will lecture 8 p.m.
at
Sunday at the Northland Commu-
nity C6nter Auditorium on "THE
POWER AND GLORY OF SOUL
•.
REALIZATION."

MARCIA MASSERMAN

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1942 and chairman of the board
in 1969. He is a director of the
Better Business Bureau and Cen-
tral Business District Association
and a member of Franklin Hills
Country Club and Standard City
Club.
David Handleman and Mandell
L. Berman have been elected to
fill vacancies on the board of gov-
ernors of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, Alan E. Schwartz, presi-
dent, announced.
Handleman, who was a vice-
chairman of the 1971 Allied Jew-
ish Campaign-Israel Emergency
Fund, and is a co-chairman of the
Federation capital needs commit-
tee, is filling a term to expire in
1972.
Berman, a Federation vice-pres-
ident who has been on the board
of governors as a representative
from the real estate and building
trades of the Detroit Service
Group, becomes a member-at-
large of the board and will serve
until 1973.

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The 25 and Up Singles will hold
a cocktail party and dance 9 p.m.
the King's Arms
Aug. 13
Lounge. For
for information, call
Henrietta Lewis, LI 6-0903. Dancing
will be to the Johnnie C Band.

The Jewish. News regrets the
erroneous . omission of the 25 and
UP Singles in its listing of single
adult grpups July ,I6. For informa-
tion, call Henrietta Lewis at. the
above number.

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