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November 28, 1975 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Roman Family Forest Planned

City of Hope Unit
to Hold Meeting

Israel Aircraft Industries Seek Aid

Israel Aircraft Industries
is asking the Israeli govern-
ment for $30 million to fi-
nance a major three-
pronged export program to
fill a production gap caused
by defens,e cutbacks.
According to Aviation
Week, the money would/be
used primarily on three
sales programs — the Kfir
fighter, the Gabriel Mk. 2
naval weapons system, and
the Arava military and civil
twin turboprop transport.

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will have a dinner
meeting 7 p.m. Sunday at
the Gallery Restaurant on
Southfield Rd.
The committees will fin-
alize 1976 fund raising
events and new programs.

Caricatures

for your party

Federation-UJA
NY-Offices Open
Despite Strike

By

VIM FIELD

Call

399-1320

Mr. and Mrs. Simon Roman, left, are shown pre-
senting a check to Percy Kaplan, executive director of
the Michigan region of Jewish National Fund. Follow-
ing a trip to Israel, the Romans decided to expand a
woodland of 2,500 trees they had planted earlier into a
family forest of 10,000 trees near Kiryat Shthona. The
Roman family have been active contributors to JNF for
many years, and Mrs. Roman is a life member of Women
of JNF.

Professional Entertainnieni

and

Vickie Carroll

543-7226

255-1599

BELOW DISCOUNT
PRICES!

FINE LINE OF 14 KARAT GOLD & STERLING
SILVER JEWELRY FOR MEN & WOMEN

AT PRICES AFFORD
NOW YOU

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Despite the two-week strike
of unionized fund-raisers at
the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies and the re-
fusal of 400 union members
at the United Jewish Appeal
of Greater New York to
cross picket lines set up at
both agencies, both offices
are open and functioning
with executives and lay
leaders. .
A bargaining session be-
tween negotiators for the
Federation and striking
members of the Federation,
held through early Tuesday
morning, failed to produce a
settlement of the walkout.

Singles
Events

The
Sheldon Rott
Orchestra

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FRIENDS OF THE
BAYIT will have a Hanuka
party 8 p.m. Saturday in the
home of the Robert Broners,'
18244 Parkside. For infor-
mation or directions, call
the Broners, 863-0200. The
group will sponsor a theater
party to see "Personals" at
the Mercy College dinner
theater 7 p.m. Dec. 20. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call Barry Stein,
861-1929, or Nili Marsha,
831-9309. Reservations
deadline is Dec. 10.
* * *
CRITERION CLUB will
hold its annual Hanuka Ball
9 p.m. Saturday at the
Southfield Civic Center.
Dress will be informal.
Johnny "C" and his orches-
tra will provide music.
Guests are invited. For in-
formation, call Betty Wein-
berg, 559-5175.

Business 1
Briefs

A year ago, the two agen-
cies set up a joint fund-rais-
ing campaign in which 70
Federation fund-raising
workers transferred to the
New York UJA offices for
the joint fund-raising. .

Lingerie and Corsets

TEL-12 MALL

. Southfield, Mich.

355-5280

Marketing of the Kfir on
an international basis, with
new emphasis now being
put on Pacific air forces is
under way although deliv-
ery times will be established
by the Israeli government
depending on Israeli_ air
force requirements.

The marketing drive also
includes intensified sales of
Elta electronics radar
equipment, armored vehi-
cles and electric fences. Cor-
porate target isto double
export sales from the 1975
estimated total of $45 mil-
l-ion to $90 million in 1976
and about $200 million in
1977.

Kfir marketing strategy
also is based on license ••
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production of the aircraft • •
in other countries, and this •
by HATTIE •
will probably be the case
SCHWARTZ
in South Africa if that air
356-8563
force buys the Kfir.
STATIONERY•
PARTY FAVORS
XMAS CARDS ;
There also is considerable
* * * ENTERTAINMENT * * *:
interest in at least two •
SEYMOUR
CARICATURES
South American countries,
MUSIC SHOWS SCHWARTZ- •
probably Peru and Vene- • PS YCHICS.
AGENCY •
zuela, in the Kfir.
- - ;HOLIDAY SHOWS 356 - 8525

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by

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547-7054
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Eleanor Heyman

Couples Lodge
Plans to Meet

Marion Feuerman

El-Mars has expanded to serve you better

WE CAN SEE! YOUR MINK COATS, JACKETS,
STOLES, FUN FURS, PERSIANS,
BROADTAIL FURS, FUR -TRIMMED SWEATERS,etc

Montefiore Lodge, Free
Sons of Israel, will have a
Ha-nuka party 8 p.m. Tues-
day at the Lincoln Towers
Apts. club room.

El-Mars Furs

13661 W. 11 Mile, just West of Coolidge
Oiak Park, Mich. (Across froth A & P)

Couples wishing to join
the Voup may call Lillian
Rice, 645-0615,. or Benjamin
Goldberg, 356-3084.

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.

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No phone calls please

DOMESTIC FURNITURE

Naum Brothers, cata-
logue-showroom stores,
earned a "retailer of the
year" award from the Brand
Names Foundation in New
American of Martinsville, Bassett, Null, Hartschorn, Lea,
York "for advertising, dis-
plays, promotions, sales
American Drew, Mersman, Drake Smith, Schweiger, Pulaski,
training, supplier relations,
HiBriten, Daystrom, Lane, Stratolounger, Pontibc Chair,
customer information and
community involvement."
Brody, Burlington, Jackson of Danville, Karpen, Berkline,
The New York-based firm
Baker, Union National, Sealy, Serta, Spring-Aire, and
was sponsored by Whirlpool
Corp.
many, many more. . . . Complete selection of Lamps, Tables,
* * *
Wall Decor. . . . FRIENDLY AND COURTEOUS SERVICE.
Norman Bernstein, for-
mer Detroiter of Chicago,
Decorators Welcome
has been honored by Bern-
stein & Associates, Inc., for
placing third in the agency's ►
October Grand Prix Con-
_Martin Adler, Ed Chanko, Al Handler, Herb (Oshinsky) Owens
test, selling 15 cases totaling
$1,529,000 of life insurance
to reach the Winner's Circle.

Good Deals On Brand Names •














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November 28, 1975 45-

The pursuit of knowledge
for its own sake, an almost
fanatical love of justice, and
a desire for personal inde-
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which make me thank my
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—Albert Einstein



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