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April 30, 1976 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-30

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Heinl to Address Technion Dinner

Col. Robert D. Heinl, Jr.,
military analyst of the De-
troit News, will speak at the
Detroit Technion Society's
annual dinner, 6 p.m. May
16 at the Adat Shalom Syn-
agogue.

Louis Milgrom, president
of the Detroit chapter sup-
porting the Technion, Israel
Institute of Technology,
said Col. Heinl's address
will be his first appearance
in the area since he returned

Business Briefs

Austin A. Kanter, chart-
ered life underwriter and
general agent, is the new
top executive of the General
^nts Association of Na-
.1 Life Insurance Co. of
elm o nt

I

Segel to Direct
Schostak Unit



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*

Diet Centres will cele-
brate its fifth anniversary
with a staff luncheon 12:30
p.m. Saturday at Stouffers
Northland Inn. Esther
Shapiro of Detroit's con-
sumer affairs office will be
guest speaker. For informa-
tion, call Diet Centres,
963-DIET.
* * *
Shirts Unlimited is cele-
brating its first anniversary
in new, expanded quarters.
The firm, operated by Gary
Plasko and Frank Alspec-
tor, offers custom imprint-
ing of T-shirts, jackets, ath-
letic wear and photo T-
shirts. For information, call
Shirts Unlimited, 544-7440.
* * *
William Levitt, senior
vice president of Carl Ros-
man and Co., Southfield,
was elected to membership
in the Society of Industrial
Realtors, specialists in han-
dling and coordinating all
phases of real estate activity
for industry.

LOUIS SEGEL

Louis Segel, CSM, has
been named assistant vice
president, director of shop-
ping center management,
for Schostak Brothers and
Co., Inc. in Southfield. In
his new position, Segel will
direct the management of
10 shopping centers in Mich-
igan, one in Racine, Wis.,
and three others currently
under development in Mich-
igan.
A member of the Interna-
tional Council of Shopping
Centers, Segel is a past
president of the Bnai Brith
Metropolitan Council of
Detroit. He has been in the
field of shopping center
management for 25 years.

Journalist Gervasi Will Speak
At Michigan ORT Bond Lunch

Frank Gervasi, foreign
correspondent and author
will be guest speaker at the
Michigan Region Women's
American ORT-Israel Bond
Tribute Luncheon in behalf
, of the State of Israel Bond
drive, to be held noon Tues-
day at Cong. Beth Achim.
1
Blanche Siegel will be hon-
ored as ORT's "Woman of
the Year."
Gervasi's research on pol-
itical, social and economic
questions has taken him to
many parts of Europe, Af-
rica and the Middle East.
He achieved prominence
during World War II for his
coverage of the major
onts. His syndicated col-
n on world affairs has
appeared in major newspa-,
pers throughout the coun-
try.
ervasi has written
y books, his most re-

tilt ass Tech H.S .

Alumni, Seniors
to Display Art

)

Cass Technical High
School will hold its 1976
Senior Art Show June 1-9 at
the J. L. Hudson's art gal-
lery in downtown Detroit.
For the first time, alumni
are invited to display their
works at the exhibit. A re-
ception will be held 3-4 p.m.
June 1.
For entry information,
call the school's art depart-
ment, 963-1950.

from a month long tour of
the Soviet Union.
Col. Heinl's remarks
about Israel's role in the
struggle for control of the
Mideast and its oil resources
by the major world powers
will be a focal point of his
report.

Heinl is noted for his
objective commentaries on
geo-political and military
developments. Col. Heinl,
commissioned a regular
Marine Corps officer in
1937, was at Pearl Harbor
the day the Japanese at-
tacked. He served in the
South Pacific during
World War II. During the
Korean War he com-
manded the UN-held is-
lands off the east coast of
North Korea.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Sherman at the chapter's of-
fice, 559-5190.

I

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Singles Events

THE ISRAELI STU-
DENT ORGANIZATION
will present Gila Ronen, Is-
raeli singer, 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Hillel Foundation
on the Wayne State Univer-
sity campus. The program
will highlight Israel Inde-
pendence Day. Admission is
free.
* * *

WSU HILLEL will have
an oneg Shabat 9 p.m. today
in the home of Ken Jacobs,
16112 Addison, Southfield.
A debate will center on
"Should Israel Discuss Giv-
ing Up the West Bank?"
Larry Sklar is chairman for
the event. For information
on Hillel Foundation activi-
ties, call Hartley Harris,
968-3563.

* * *

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES will meet 8 p.m.

OP

Schloss Old-Timers
Set 21st Reunion

The Oak Park Advisory
Health Council and the Oak
Park School District will
sponsor a Health-a-Rama 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday , at the
Key School, 23400 Jerome,
Oak Park. All immuniza-
tions and tests are free.
Tests being offered in-
clude blood pressure, EKG,
vision, kidney, pap smear,
hearing, TB. skin, height
and weight. Immunizations
for children include DPT,
measles, mumps, polio and
rubella, and for adults, Td.

The Hannah Schloss Old
Timers' 21st annual reunion
and dinner-dance will be
held 6:30 p.m. May 23 at
Temple Israel.
Alfred A. Klunover, presi-
dent, invites friends to help
celebrate this event, which
brings together people who,
in their youth, attended and
played at the old Hannah
Schloss Building, which was
replaced by the Jewish
Community Center.
For reservations, call Mol-
lie Bank, chairman,
968-5298.

to Sponsor
Health-a-Rama

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April 30, 1976 41

Sunday at the 10 Mile
branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center. Sid Astour-
ian will speak on "Astrology
as You Like It." There is a
nominal charge.

LL;

* * *

THE
MICHIGAN
JEWISH YOUNG ADULT
COUNCIL will have a
"Spring Into Summer"
dance, concluding the Israel
Independence Week activi-
ties at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center, 8:30 p.m. May 9
at the new Jewish Center.
The "Triton" band will per-
form, and there will be a
men's and women's sports-
wear fashion show. Jewish
singles age 21 and up are in-
vited. Admission is nominal,
and refreshments will be
served. For information or
to get on the mailing list,
call Heidi Press, 643-7672,
evenings.

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cent being "Thunder Over
the Mediterranean." He is
currently writing a biog-
raphy of Adolph Hitler for
Hawthorne Books.
Mrs. Arthur Lieberman is
ORT's Israel Bond and
Luncheon chairman. Mrs.
Fred Walters is president.
For luncheon information
and reservations, call the
ORT office 355-9151 or
Bonds, 968-0200.

Charitable Group
Will Have Meeting

Abilities Unlimited will
meet 8 p.m. Monday in the
Southfield Civic Center. The
group, dedicated to raising
funds for medical research
into multiple sclerosis, will
honor an Oakland Univer-
sity professor for his re-
search efforts.

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