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April 16, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 April 16, 1976

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arrival of the first Jewish
traders, in Colonial times,
the immigration of German
and Russian Jews and the
growth and development of
Detroit Jewry.
, The multi-media educa-
tional program was pro-
duced by historian Irving I.
Katz, executive secretary of
Temple Beth El, and Albert
Karbal, director of the
Learning Resource Center
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
with the assistance of Rabbi
Gerald Teller, educational
director at Shaarey Zedek.

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Business Briefs

David Klein has been
appointed banking officer
for the National Bank of De-
troit. Employed with the
bank for 28 years, Klein is
manager of NBD's McNi-
chols-Sorrento branch.
* * *
Sidney Rosenblatt re-
cently celebrated his 40th
anniversary as a member of
Metropolitan Life Insurance
Co.'s sales force. He is a sen-
ior sales representative in
the Warren office.
* * *
Orchard Mall will pre-
sent its "Gateway to the
Lakes" _boat show through

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Monday. The display will
feature a community boat
swap, displays of boats of
all sizes and shapes, recrea-
tional vehicles and fishing
and scuba diving equip-
ment. Hours are 10 a.m.-9
p.m. daily, and noon to 5
p.m. Sundays. The mall an-
nounces, meanwhile, that
Terry McSweeney has
joined the managerial staff
at Greg Shoes.
* * *
David H. Moscow, a for-
mer Detroiter, was named

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Former Detroiter
Has Firm in Home

Former Detroiter Daniel
Bookstein and his wife
Ginny have opened a unique
business in their Stamford,
Conn. home: an accounting
service utilizing their com-
bined talents and two home
computers.
Bookstein, a graduate of
Wayne State University in
engineering, and his wife
now handle approximately
90 percent of the computer-
ized accounting work in
Stamford. Their Bookstein
Accounting Service (BASIC)
has grown to 450 customers,
with between $60,000 to
$100,000 in billings this
year.
Bookstein is a former
aerospace 'engineer in Cali-
fornia, and his wife was an
accountant.

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Financial Analysts
Seminar May 2-8
at U. of Windsor

The 10th annual Study
Seminar for Financial Ana-
lysts will be held May 2-8 at
the University of Windsor.
The four-day refresher pro-
gram and the seven-day full
study program are designed
as study seminars for the
chartered financial analysts
examination and as a re-
fresher for those not sitting
for the examination.
Under the direction of Dr.
Edward Rosenbaum, the 10
faculty members of the
program include leading fi-
nancial specialists from the
U.S. and Canada.
Included are Dr. Morde-
chai Kreinin, professor of
economics at Michigan
State University; Dr. Ger-
ald Keller, assistant pro-
fessor of business and eco-
nomics at Wilfrid Laurier
University in Waterloo,
Ont.; and Arthur Zeikel,
president and chief execu-
tive officer of Centennial
Capital Corp.
For information about
the seminar, call Dr. Rosen-
baum, (313) WO 3-6112 or
(519) 253-4232.

Marking Freedom

Even the poorest Jew, a
recipient of chairity, must,
on the eve of Passover, eat
only in a reclining position,
as a mark of freedom, and
drink no less than four cups
of wine.
—Mishma: Pesahim.

president of Charles Levy
Circulating Co., Chicago,
the nation's largest indepen-
dent wholesaler of maga-
zines, books and newspa-
pers. Moscow was an
English teacher at Central
High School.

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