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August 01, 1975 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Joseph Handleman to Direct(
Red Magen David in U.S. I

JEFFREY
BERN-
STEIN and DENNIS
PARVIN of J.B.'s Teen

Man in Roseville, recently
opened their second store, A
PLACE FOR HIM, in the
Orchard Mall.

* * *

MANUAL KATZMAN,

a chartered life underwriter
and an agent for New York
Life Insurance Co. recently
returned from the annual
1975 Million Dollar Round
'Table meeting in San Fran-
cisco.

* * *
LESTER L. SCHOEN-
BERG, a chartered life un-

Israel President Ephraim Katzir, left, congratulates
Joseph Handleman of Detroit and Miami Beach on his
election as national president of the American Red Ma-
gen David for Israel. ARMDI is the sole support and
supply wing in the United States of Magen David Adom,
Israel's official Red Cross society, Handleman is a long-
time national leader of the United Jewish Appeal and of
Jewish education causes in Israel and America.

* * *

NEW YORK. — Joseph
Handleman of Detroit and
Miami Beach, long-time
participant in the United
Jewish Appeal and Jewish
educational cuases, has
been elected national presi-
dent of the American Red
Magen David for Israel. His
election was announced by
ARMDI national board
chairman Emanuel Celler,
former chairman of the
House Judiciary Commit-
tee.
Handleman assumes the
leadership of the American
Red Magen David, the sole
agency in the United States
authorized to solicit and col-
lect funds for the Magen
David Adom, Israel's na-
tional Red Cross society.
A contributor to the Jew-
ish Welfare Federations of
Detroit and Greater Miami,
Hendleman was on the na-
tional board of directors and
the executive committee of
the ARMDI for the past five
years.

Magen David Adorn held
in Israel, and has visitied
the Jewish state prior to
and since its rebirth in
1948.

Handleman has estab-
lished the Joseph and Sally
Handleman Communica-
tions Center at The Dropsie
University in Philadelphia,
the Handleman Institute of
Recorded Sound at the Uni-
versity of Miami School of
Music and the Laboratory of
Languages at the Hillel Day
School in Detroit.

derwriter and general man-
ager of New York Life
Insurance Co.'s Northland-
Detroit General Office, has
been elected president of the
Greater Detroit General
Agents and Managers Asso-
ciation.

* * *
WILLIAM M. WEIL, an

associate of the Detroit
Gold-Rosenwasser agency
of Massachusetts Mutual
Life Insurance Co., has com-
pleted five days of special-
ized study at the company's
Springfield, Mass., office as
a member of the Pension
Trust School for career un-
derwriters.
*

Five Will Chair Cohodas Event

Five men are heading up a
peninsula-wide organization
to administer details of
plans for the 80th birthday
party for Sam M. Cohodas
Sept. 10, when he will also
he honored by being made
an honorary fellow of The
Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem.

quette; Charles Mitchell,
Phil Stein and Maurice
Warshawsky, Ishpeming,
arc the co-chairmen for the
Cohodas birthday party.

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Tennis Shop to Re-Open

Professional Tennis Shop,
located at 29901 Northwest-
ern, Southfield, will soon re-
open on that spot as soon as
building repairs due to sepa-
rate bombing incidents are
completed.
Merchandise left in the
shop for repair is covered by
insurance and will be re-
placed, according to the
store management.
The management also
announced that starting to-
day it will take over the ten-
nis pro shops at the follow-

Orthodox Bishop
Seeks Publisher

An Orthodox bishop in
Argentina, visiting the De-
troit area on church busi-
ness, is seeking a publisher
for a novel he has written
about a Jewish girl in World
War II who stole a Nazi se-
cret weapon.
Bishop Alexis Pely-
penkpo, 82, has written sev-
eral novels and books which
have been published in
He also has made signifi- Spanish. One, he says, was
cant contributions to the published in German and
later made into a German
He was the co-chairman Beth David Congregation in movie.
Miami,
the
Weizmann
Insti-
of this summer's Interna-
The bishop fled Russia
tute of Science in Israel, and
tional Conference of the_
to the Greater Miami Jew- after the revolution because
ish Federation Century he was sentenced to death
Club.
for being a priest. After liv-
ing in Poland for 15 years he
went to Argentina in 1937.
He says he helped 20 Aus-
Library Party
trian Jewish families flee
Ladies Department of Slated for Youth
the
Nazis in 1938.
Michigan President Ger-
The
bishop can be con-
The annual party for the
trude Left will lead a dele-
gation to the national con- Southfield Public Library tacted through Fr. Alexan-
vention to be held Sunday summer reading club will be der Bykowetz, St. Andrew's
Orthodox Church in Detroit,
through Aug. 10 in Las Ve- held 1:30 p.m. today in the 892-3198.
--ks. Participating are Carol auditorium of the Parks and
nn, Donna Green, some Recreation Building in the
past department presidents Civic Center, 26000 Ever- Farm Workers
and past national president green Rd.
Seek Support
Sarah Nemon. For informa-
All
children
who
are
reg-
tion, call the JWVA office,
United Farm Workers in
istered in the Spies, Sleuths
559-5680.
and Super Agents reading Oakland County is forming
club are invited to partici- a Detroit Jewish support
pate. This year's program committee to aid farm
will feature a play starring workers.
According to a letter re-
Encyclopedia Brown. Spe-
cently sent to area rabbis,
cial
prizes
will
be
awarded
BETH ACHIM MEN'S
farm workers are among
CLUB will hold its annual for the "money-counting the nation's lowest paid la-
summer picnic 9 a.m.-6 p.m. contest" and the "famous in- borers, though their em-
Aug. 10 at the Oak Park Ma- vestigators contest".
ployers include some of the
jor Park. Drinks will be pro-
Children who have read wealthiest corporations in
vided, and games are seven or more books will be the world.
planned. Donald J. Davis is awarded their reading cer-
Individuals interested in
chairman of the event, and tificates and refreshments becoming active in the new
co-chairman is Gerald will be provided. For infor- committee may contact the
Keller. For information, call mation, call the Children's local organizer, Marshall
the synagogue , office, Ro,om of ,th,e
Wittmann, $94-49.20, , or
352 4 . .670.
359-9610.
554-0587. ,

His brothers, Paul, David
and Moe as well as the Han-
dleman Co. itself, have been
foremost contributors over
the many years to the
United Jewish Appeal
drives in Detroit and to
other causes supported by
the Detroit Jewish Federa-
tion.

1

Business Briefs

Friday, August 1, 1975 41

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* * *

Diet Centres OK
Wesley Ice Cream

Slender Maid ice cream,
produced by the Wesley's
Quaker Maid Ice Cream Co.
of Detroit, was named the
only ice cream approved by
International Diet Centres
Ltd.
Lily Ann Grossman, di-
rector of the Diet Centres,
explained that the Diet
Centres recommend its use
as a substitute for a glass of
milk every day.
Slender Maid, a relatively
new product in the ice
cream market, has less than
one percent butter fat per
volume. One five-ounce serv-
ing of Slender Maid con-
tains only 99 calories.
The Slender Maid line is
available in three flavors:
vanilla, chocolate and
strawberry. Made under
strict rabbinical supervision
since its inception, like all
Wesley's Quaker Maid ice
creams, Slender Maid is a
Kosher dairy product. It is
available at food stores
throughout Michigan.

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