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February 28, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-28

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36 Friday, February 28, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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pionships in Portland, Ore-
gon Feb. 17.

Cash also took third place
in both the epee and foil
competitions. He recently
won the under-16 and un-
der-20 titles in the Michigan
competition in the foil
weapon, and placed in epee
and sabre as well.
Cash has been fencing for
six years, after taking les-
sons at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center.

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ROW MALL

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Piguet production means nothing and Perfec-
tion everything. 18 Kt. gold, Four Thousand
Dollars.

Mrs. Jerry S. Gotthof-
fer. national president of
the Ladies Auxiliary, Jew-
ish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., will visit the De-
partment of Michigan La-
dies Auxiliary Tuesday
and Wednesday. Mrs.
Gotthoffer earned a BS
degree at Columbia Uni-

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SUNDAY
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A Jewish Music Festival,
celebrating the work of Jew-
ish composers, is the theme
of the next Jewish Commu-
nity Center Symphony Con-
cert, slated for 3:30 p.m.
March 9, in the Aaron De-
Roy Theater. Internation-
ally famous violinist Mischa
Mischakoff will perform
Wieniawski's "Violin Con-
certo No. 2," and a composi-
tion by symphony conductor
Julius Chajes, "Fantasy for
Violin Alone."
Also appearing will be
local pianist Beth Rhodes,
performing Chajes' "Piano
Concerto in E;" and Cantor
Jacob Barkin, tenor, per-
forming a medley of Jewish
songs.
Tickets are now on sale at
the Center ticket office. A
babysitting service is of-
fered for 3-7-year-olds at a
nominal charge.

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Arab Airline Has Office Here

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Oak Park Fencer Wins U.S. Title

Howard Cash, 15-year-old
Oak Park fencer was named
National Junior Olympic
sabre champion in the un-
der-16 division after win-
ning the first-place gold
medal at the national cham-

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit, in cooperation with
the Jewish Library Associa-
tion and selected public li-
braries, has published a di-
rectory of area libraries of
Judaica.
The directory contains
hours of operation, who is
eligible to borrow, and nota-
ble features of these librar-
ies.
Collections listed in the
library directory range
from Yiddish books at the
Detroit Public Library,
Downtown Branch, to a
media production labora-
tory at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek.
Future plans call for a
directory of periodical re-
sources to be made available
to the community. To obtain
a copy of the library direc-
tory, call Mrs. Beverly Yost
at the Council office,
9 62-1880.

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Middle East Airlines, a Michael B. Dye, a former
versity's college of phar- Beirut-based airline com- Saginaw travel agent.
macy and a master's de- pany, has opened an office
MEA does not cross the
gree in elementary in Detroit in an effort to ocean, even though it has
I
education. During her find passengers and cargo to obtained landing rights in
visit a party will be tend- transport.
the U.S. Its flight system
Begun in 1945 with three extends to nearly 40 cities,
ered and recreational
equipment presented to battered World War II bi- including most European
the children at the Oak- planes, the airline carried capitals and oil-producing
land County Children's more than a million passen- centers as Abu Dhabi, Bah-
Shelter in Pontiac. Mrs. gers last year. It is a public- rain, Kuwait and Muscat.
Jack Goyer, Michigan. ly-owned corporation with
The MEA fleet consists
Department president, hundreds of stockholders of two dozen Boeing 707s
and
a
liberal
profit-sharing
will present Mrs. Gotthof-
and by July will add three
fer at a meeting and recep- plan for its 5,000 Lebanon- 747 jumbo jets. One. of
, tion Tuesday at the Sussex based employes, according first Concordes, inten
House Restaurant, South- to the Detroit News. The for transatlantic service,
field. Mrs. Gotthoffer will Detroit representative is also is on order.
report on the Chaim Sheba
Although the airline's
Medical Center in Ramat
base is located near the oil-
Muskegon
Rabbi
Gan, Israel, which is sup-
producers, it still must pay
ported by the Ladies Aux- Due in Kalamazoo
more for fuel this year.
iliary.
Board chairman Sheikh _
Rabbi Daniel W. Lowy of Najib Alamuddin reported - 1
* * *
Bnai Israel Congregation, $15 million in net profit in
LT. RAYMOND ZUSS- Muskegon, will speak 7:30
MAN AUXILIARY will p.m. March 18 at Nazareth 1973, the last year for which "
meet 8:30 p.m., March 10 in College, Kalamazoo. He will detailed figures are avail- , 4
the home of Mrs. Alice Lu- speak on "American Jews: able.
bin, 13601 Kenwood, Oak Creative Minority."
Park. A department meet-
Rabbi Lowy's appearance
ing and other activities in is sponsored by the Jewish
honor of National Presi- Chautauqua Society, the
dent, Mrs. Jerry Gotthoffer, education project of the
will be held Monday and National Federation of
Tuesday. For information, Temple Brotherhoods.
call the president, Mrs. Mar-
tha Hauptman, 352-2606, or
Mrs. Lubin, 548-6417.
* * *
SOL YETZ-MORRIS
Music of Distinction
COHEN POST AND AUX-
ILIARY will hold a joint
From Solo Piano to Large Orchestra
meeting 8 p.m. Monday at
4
the JWV Memorial home.
MARTIN KOSINS
546-7558
The Southfield Police De-
partment will present the
movie "How Organized
Crime Affects Your Daily
Lives." Guests are invited.

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Set Installation

Allied Veterans Council
of Wayne County will hold
its installation 8 p.m. March
1 at the Jewish War Veter-
ans memorial home.
Refreshments will be
served, and there is a
charge. For information,
call Robert Knox, 372-5518,
or Cathy Sausser, 893-7159.

* * *

Katzir to Speak
at Bonds Dinner

NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
raeli President Ephraim
Katzir will be the guest of
honor at the 25th Inaugural
Conference dinner of the
Israel Bond Organization
Sunday in Miami.
Katzir's visit will mark
his first trip to the United
States since he assumed the
office of President. He will
address more than 2,000
Jewish leaders from the
U.S. and Canada gathered
to plan a program of action
to help alleviate the eco-
nomic crisis that besets Is-
rael today.
The conference will also
be devoted to celebrating the
25th anniversary of the
founding of the Israel Bond
program by Israel's first
Premier, David Ben Gurion,
in September 1950.
In honor of President
Katzir, Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Rosen proclaimed
this week "State of Israel
Bond Week."

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