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January 09, 1976 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-09

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Dec. 11 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Talmer (Ruth Oper-
man) of West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Janine Melissa.
* * *
Dec. 5 — To former De-
troiter Rabbi Jeffrey Tigay
and Mrs. Tigay (Helene
Zubkoff),- of Jerusalem, Is-
rael, a son, Chanan Ben
Zion.
* * *
Dec. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Tigay (Judith H.
Kay), 3355 Buckingham Tr.,
West Bloomfield, a daugh-
ter, Sarah Anne.
* * *
Nov. 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Weinstein (Davee
Hillenberg), 2015 Klingen-
smith, Bloomfield Hills, a
son, Scott Randy.

Auditions will begin Sun-
day for the performing
dance companies located at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 6600 W.. Maple, West
Bloomfield.
Festival Dancers, an adult
repertory company that
performs modern and Jew--
ish-Israeli dances, will have
auditions 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Monday at the new center.
Auditions for the Young
Dancers Guild, a repertory
company for high school
students, will be held 1-2
p.m. Sunday at the Center.
Youth in grades 9-12 are

• Youth in grades 6-9 are
invited to audition for the
Apprentice Dancers, a
training and performing
company, 2-3 p.m. Sunday
at the Maple Jewish Cen-
ter.
Members of performing
companies are required to
take a minimum of two
classes per week in addition
to studio time for rehearsal
and performance, according
to Harriet Berg, dance coor-
dinator. For information,
call Ms. Berg, 851-9130.

Senta Josephtal, former
{Member of Knesset, Histad-
rut absorption director and
scholar-in-residence for the
Detroit Zionist Federation,
will be in the Detroit area
this week to address various
communal groups.
Mizrachi-Hapoel Ham-
izrachi, Religious Zionists of
America,.will hear Mrs. Jo-
sephtal 8 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Oscar Bigman, 25960 Raine,
Oak Park. Friends are in-
vited.
On' Sunday, Mrs. Jose-
phtal will speak on "Aspects
of Israel Society" 10 a.m. at
Adat Shalom Synagogue. At

r

3:30 p.m. she will address
the Hebrew Club (Moadon
Ivri) and the Israeli Student
Organization at the 10 Mile
Jewish Community Center
on "The Economic and So-
cial Situation in Israel." She
will address the Labor Zion-
ist Alliance 8 p.m. Sunday
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute on "Israel — Conflict
Between Dream and Real-
ity."
Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Sisterhood will hear Mrs.
Josephtal noon Monday in
the synagogue where she
will pairticipate in a pro-
gram on "This Year in
Jerusalem — an Over

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is- istry affected IAI's subsi-
rael Aircraft Industries diary firms that produce
enjOyed a 50 percent in- helmets, electronic equip-
crease in sales volume last ment and various metal
year compared to 1974 and and plastic products used
earnings of IL 20 million.on by the military. But air-
a gross income of It 1.2 bil- craft sales abroad show
lion, director general Al good prospects he said.
Schwimmer disclosed. •
Schwimmer disclosed
He said that the costs of that the "Kfir," the first
research and development combat- plane designed and
left IAI with a net profit of built in Israel, has attracted
IL 11 million which is still considerable attention and
substantial at a time of sev- several foreign gOvernments
ere economic distress in Is- were negotiating to pur-
'rael.
chase the jet interceptor.
Schwimmer, who founded
* * *
IAI, one of Israel's largest
Howard L. Droz, chief
defense contractors and its
leading producer of military architect in the health facil-
and civilian aircraft, said ities division of Smith,
the firm was feeling the ef- Hinchman and. Grylls was
fects of the government's appointed an associate of
the architectural-engineer-
austerity program.
firm.
He said cutbacks in or- ing-planning
* y *
ders from the defense min - •

i

,

Men's Clubs

TEMPLE ISRAEL
BROTHERHOOD
will
show the newest Jewish
Chautauqua Society film
"Choose Life" Thursday fol-
lowing a board meeting at
the synagogue. The film,
featuring cellist Gregor Pia-
tigorsky, playing Kol Nidre,
will be presented to the tern-
ple library and may be bor-
rowed by any group.

* *

ABRAHAM-
HILLEL MEN'S CLUB
will have the second pro-
gram in its breakfast forum
series 10 a.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. There will be a
-----partel-discussiorron "How to
Raise a Jewish Child." Panel
members are Dr. Mintzi
Schram, professor of En-
glish at the University of
Michigan — Deaborn cam-
pus; Dr. Jay Stern,'superin-
tendent of the United He-
brew Schools; and Rabbi
Gerald Teller, education di-
rector at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek. Rabbi Israel Halpern
will preside. The public is
invited at a nominal charge.
For information, call the
synagoguge, 851-6880.

BETH

.

Friend of Man

To be a Jew is to be a
friend of mankind, to be a
proclaime'r of liberty and
peace.
—Ludwig Lewisohn

view." She also will ad-
dress a United Jewish
Appeal young leadership,
study group.

l

Business Briefs

*

ANGLO - JEWISH with Jules Abrams Mon. 9-10 a.m.,
Tuesday 9:30 a.m., Thurs. 9 - 10 a.m.
YIDDISH with Lou Levine Wed. and Fri. 9 - 10 a.m.
HEBREW with Uri Segal Tues. 9:30-10 a.m.

to•

-Israel Aircraft Sales Up

Dance Auditions
at Maple Center

GOLDMAN

G

ionari

197e 45

DZF Scholar-in-Residence Slated to Address Communal Groups

Births

Dec. 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Sher (Suzanne
Kosofsky), former Detroit-
ers of-Scottsdale, Ariz., a
daughter, Wendy. Elyse.
* * *
Dec. 28 — T6Dr. and Mrs.
Melvin Conn (Rhoda Far-
ley), former Detroiters of
Jacksonville, Fla., a daugh-
ter, Heather Loren.
* *, *
Dec. 21
To Mr. and
Mrs. Lenny Gittleman
(Ellen Bell), 1931 Parmen-
yal Oak, a daughter,
e Beth.
•* * *
Dec. 21 -- To Dr. and Mrs.
Lewis Zemsky (Linda Lev-
itt), former Detroiters of
Andalusia, Pa., a son, Dan 7
iel Eric.

-

Publisher Now
an Insurance Agent

Instead of going into 're-,
tiremerit after selling his
group of east side commu-
nity newspapers, publisher
Ben Nathanson of South-
field decided to start a new
career.
In April he entered the
life insurance business,
sponsored by General
American Life Insurance
Co. of St. Louis, based in
Southfield. In November,
sponsored by the First Heri-
tage Corp., he became a li-
censed NASD representa-
tive for mutual funds and
tax-exempt bond funds.
Nathanson founded the
East Side Shopper in 1939
and sold his successful
chain of ten newspapers in
1973 to the Panax Corp., a
national publishing firm. In
1970 he was honored by the
Michigan legislature for 30
years of public service and
for developing the largest
group of weeklies in the
state.

Cong. Beth Achim will
present Mrs. Josephtal 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in the syn-
agogue. She will speak on
"Zionism — an Israel View."
On Wednesday, Mrs. Jo-
sephtal will speak to the
women's division of the De-
troit Round Table of Chris-
tians and Jews. Her topic is
"The Jewish State in the
Middle East." She will be
featured at noon on the J. P.
McCarthy radio show on
WJR and at 8 p.m. will
speak at Michigan State
University.
Thursday's activities in-
clude an 11:30 a.m. luncheon
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute; sponsored by the His-
tadrut chairmen of the
Greater Detroit Council of
Pioneer Women, and an 8:15
p.m. lecture at the Zionist
'Cultural Center for the
Zionist Organization of De-

troit. Her topic will be
"Youth."
On Jan. 16, Mrs. Jose-
phtal will be the guest
speaker at a noon lunch-
eon with black and Latin
social leaders, and at 8:30
she will address the serv-
ice-in-the-round at Cong.
Beth Shalom. Mrs. Jose-
phtal will also speak to
several groups the follow-
ing week.
For information on Mrs.
Josephtal's speaking sched-
ule, call the DZF, 545-2273.

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