14 - June 18, 1976
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Industrialist: Investment Potential Ripe in Israel
Flint Area News
JERUSALEM, (JTA) —
"Potential American inves-
tors — including, until rec-
ently, Abe Goodman — ha-
ven't fully appreciated the
potentialities of Israel as an
area for investment. Israel
is small in size and popula-
tion, but it is big in terms of
scientific and technological
skills. In fact it is second to
none in these fields."
The speaker was Abe
Goodman., a New York in-
dustrialist and philanthrop-
_ist, head of H. Goodman and
Sons, manufacturer of
"Goody" trademark hair-
griPs, bobby-pins and other
ladies hair appurtenances.
Goodman is in the ad-
U.S. for installation in
vanced stages of a plan to
Goodman's factories. Tools
open a machine tools plant
involved in both the metal
at Holon, outside Tel Aviv,
Flint Gives Cash Gift to UJA
and plastic "Goody" prod-
which will manufacture
tools for his four giant fac- in Israel.
tories in Georgia, New Jer-
Active for years in the
sey and Florida. If the plan
Zionist Organization of
works out well, (Goodman America, Goodman is per-
predicts expansion and al- haps best known for his
ready has his eye on another sponsorship of the Hebrew
site at Ramle) it will even- Arts School in New York.
tually export machine tools An "Abraham Goodman
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
to industries other than his House" — a center for Jew-
OF FINE DIAMONDS "-
ish communal and intellec-
Israeli plants could ac- tual activities — will soon
tually manufacture the hair rise on a site owned by the
school at Lincoln Center.
to international standards
The Israeli market is- Open to Israel
siniply not big enough,
Goodman explained. Now,
TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Flint Jewish community members made a cash pres-
however, with the new Is- With entree to the Euro-
rael-ECC (European Eco- pean Common Market, Is- entation to Gerald Colburn, national cash chairman for
nomic Community) tariff rael now has an opportunity the United Jewish Appeal, at the UJA cash report meet-
agreement, it may be pos- to develop a flourishing ex- ing in New York. Shown with Colburn are, from left:
sible to open up markets in port trade which is vital to Ruth Vinacow and Betty Indianer, cash collection chair-
Europe for such Israeli her economic health. The man for the Flint Jewish Community Council.
'76 SKYLARK '76 REGAL
various countries that make
2 Or Hardtop
Flint ORT Unit
The immediate plan calls up the Common Market
for the Holon plant to farm spend $1,200 billion yearly
out work to the myriad for various goods and serv-
Flint Chapter at Large,
small workshops around the ices.
FULL FACTORY EQUIPMENT
William H. Schwartz,
country, guiding quality
In the aggregate this is postmaster in Flint since Women's American ORT,
installed Carole Benison as
and specification, assem- only 10 percent less than
1961, has been named post- president at its recent in-
bling the parts in
14500 W. 7 Mile Rd. at the Lodge X-Way
stallation and awards
and shipping them to the buys, with the added advan- master for Detroit.
Mrs. Sanford Kesten luncheon at the Country
OPEN 'TIL 9:4X)
MON. and THURS.
and Mrs. Hyman Loikrec
closer to Israel, and, for the have been elected recording Squire.
Other officers are Rhonda
most part, do not place any
secretary and chaplain,
restrictions on the products respectively of the Genesee Benoit, Pat Hertz, Jennifer
Walters, Sidelle Pappas,
that may be imported.
County Bar Auxiliary.
vice presidents; Harriet
There are 260 million con-
Roberta Gluck has been Friedberg, Tobye Weiss and
sumers in the European
elected co-chairman of the Carol Hurand, secretaries;
Common Market which ac-
Flint branch of the Ameri- and Rhea Cohen, treasurer.
Is Pleased To Announce
counts for more than 60 per- can Civil Liberties Union.
Executive board members
cent of world trade.
Dr. Ellis Perlman has serving as advisers are Rose
Our Facilities To
been named chairman of -the Goodstein and Eve Bayer.
political science department
U.S. Naval Show
Honor roll pins were pre-
at the University of Michi- sented to 22 members and
Costly for Israel
Fan Pelavin, Edith Gutow,
• 14390 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Eve Bayer was honored Dorothy Shapiro, Rose
JERUSALEM (JTA) — as a Pioneer Women
Defense Minister Shimon der of the Greater Detroit Goodstein and Eve Bayer
were honored for fulfilling
Offering the finest Pre-School & Kindergarten
.Peres informed the Cabinet, Council's dinner.
their donor commitments.
that Israel would be unable
programs for your child
21/2 thru 6 yrs.
to participate in the interna-
FJCC to Meet;
tional naval and maritime
display in New York harbor
next month because it could
not afford the cost.
The Flint Jewish Commu-
Monday — Temple board nity Council Board of Gov-
of education meeting.
ernors will meet 8 p.m.
Tuesday — ORT Plan- Thursday at Temple Beth El
nink Conference, 10 a.m. in (new place).
the Beth Israel Library; and
Following the board
FJCC Day Camp Committee meeting, there will be a fa-
meeting, 8 p.m. home of rewell reception for Richard
Marilyn Megdell, 1857 Lau- and Marlene Krieger. The
rel Oak Dr. • community is in-
Thursday — JWVA vited.
THE OAK MONTESSORI CENTER
B'NAI MOSHE SYNAGOGUE
— In the first of a series of
hearings on Middle East
policy, Sen. Javits and oth-
ers who recently visited the
area were critical of Israeli
settlements in Judea and
Flint Temple Youth
Samaria, according to the
Washington Post. •
Pick New Officers
Javits, a longtime sup-
Newly elected officers of" porter of Israel, said new
Flint Area Temple Youth settlements cannot be per-
are: Karen Golden, presi- mitted to affect the ulti-
dent; Si Steinberg, state mate outcome of a nego-
board member; Beth Persky tiated peace. The two-hour
and George Reiter, vice session Of the Middle East
presidents; Cheri Rosenthal, subcommittee of the Senate
secretary; and Sara Reiter, Foreign Relations Commit-
tee was unusual in both the
Elected to the Michigan substance and tone of state-
State Temple Youth Board ments about Israeli policy.
were: Debbie Meerson, con- In the past. most Senators
clave vice president; and It- have been reluctant to criti-
ise Goldman, secretary.
cize fsrael in open sessions.
May 31 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Fishkin (Ilene
Benson), a son, Nathan El-
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