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October 08, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-08

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36 Friday, October 8, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TODD

Israel Economist Nurit Wahl Will Speak at JNF Women's Tribute Lunch

Nurit Wahl, Israeli
e conomist and broadcas-
ter, will be guest speaker
at the Women of Jewish
National Fund Tribute
Luncheon noon Oct. 19 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
honoring Mrs. Jules Kraft
on behalf of State of Is-
rael 'Bonds. Mrs. Kraft

Yeshiva U. Honors
Detroit Student

Gary. Torgow, a 1974
graduate of Akiva Heb-
rew Day School, was
named to the dean's list
at Yeshiva University
"for outstanding
academic achievement
during the 1975-1976
year."

Luncheon and Israel
Bond chairman is Mrs.
Max Stollman. Luncheon
co-chairman is Mrs. Pearl
Nosan.
Ms. Wahl is in charge of
corporate long-range
planning for Koor Indus=
tries Ltd. A member of
the Israel Feminist
Movement, Ms. Wahl was
adviser on the economic
rights of women and was
instrumental in drafting
proposals in behalf of
women taxpayers which
have been incorporated
i

Births

Oct. 6 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Alan Hitsky (De-
borah Indenbaum), 24021
Jerome, Oak Park, a son,
Seth Aaron.
* *
Sept. 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Abrams (Jody

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with her family to Israel
from Germany in 1935,
was a member of the
Youth Section of the
Hagana and served in the
Israel Defense Forces.
She is a graduate of Heb-
rew University in
Jerusalem.

will receive the State of
Israel Koah award "for
her long-time record of
devotion to her commun-
ity and Zionism."

Partovich), of Far-
mington Hills, a daugh-
ter, Jaime Nicole.
* * *
Sept. 25 29—To Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald Cohen
(Linda Katz), 26451
Raine, Oak Park, a
daughter, Lori Michelle.
* * *
Sept. 24 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Allan Collins
(Natalie Madgy), forme/
Detroiters of Min-
neapolis, Minn., a daugh-
ter, Jennefer Rae.
* * *
Sept. 21 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Marc S. Keys (Mar-
cia Stern), 35484 Crescent
Ct., Farmington Hills, a
daughter, Lisa Erin.
* * *
Sept. 14 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Arnold Tracht
(Janice Solomon), 28730
Carmel Ct., Southfield, a
son, Ryan David.
* * *
Sept. 9 — To former De-
troiter Dr. Nelson Gantz
and Mrs. Gantz (Roberta
i Levy of Boston), of
Framingham, Mass., a
daughter, Kimberly
Michelle.
* * *
Sept. 2 — To Mr. and
Mrs. James M. Rothen-
burg (Jill Rosenberg),
former Detroiters of
Sarasota, Fla., a son,
Scott Edward.
* * *
Aug. 12 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Steven Rabinovitz
(Susan Solarz), 10114
Ludlow, Huntington
Woods, a daughter, Alli-
son Lynn.

NURIT WAHL

into Israel's tax reform
laws.
She is a member of the
Prime Minister's Commit-
tee for the Status of
Women and serves on the
subcommittee on Woman's
Image in the Media.
Ms. Wahl, who came

Julian S. Tobias was re-
cently honored in Mil-
waukee, Wis., by being
elevated to the 33 degree
in Masonry by the Sup-
reme Council of Scottish
Rite Masons.
Long active in the
community, Tobias is a
member of the board of
Governors of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and
of the board of United
Jewish Charities. He is a
vice president of the
Jewish Community
Center, member- of the
board of United Hebrew
Schools and co-chairman
of the board of the Mid-
rasha College of Jewish
Studies.
He has been a worker

Handleman Forms
Canadian MDA

Joseph Handleman of
Miami Beach, former De-
troiter, organized a
Canadian chapter of the
American Magen David
Adorn for Israel, the Is-
raeli counterpart of the
Red Cross.
Handleman is national
president of the Ameri-
can Magen David Adorn.
Announcement of the
inauguration of the
Canadian chapter was
made this week by Ben-
jamin Saxe, Magen
David's executive direc-
tor.

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Ms. Wahl has been a lec-
turer at Hebrew Univer-
sity, is consultant to the In-

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Her career includes 11
years as senior economist
in the Research Depart-
ment of the Bank of Is-
rael; three years with the
World Bank in
Washington, D. C. where
she was area economist
for the Europe Depart-
ment, and one year as
economic adviser and act-
ing head of the Economic
Unit of Tahal Consulting
Engineers, Ltd. She has
been with Koor Indus-
tries since 1971.

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construction and De-
velopment, and is a
member of the broadcast-
ing team of "People and
Numbers, - a radio prog-
ram dealing with current
economic affairs.
For information and
reservations, call the
JNF office, 968-0820, or
the Israel Bond office,
968-0200.

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JULIAN TOBIAS

and leader in the Allied
Jewish Campaign for
more than 30 years, hav-
ing served as chairman of
the Accountants Section
and as co-chairman of the
Professional Division. He
was chairman of the Edu-
cation Division of Federa-
tion and a member of the
Federation Executive
Committee.
A founding member of
Temple Israel, he was
president from 1963-1965
and is a lifetime member of
its board of trustees.
A Wayne State Univer-
sity graduate, he is a past
president of Mackenzie
Honor Society and is pres-
ident of the Wayne State
Fund.
Tobias is a past master
of Perfection Lodge of the
Masons and a member of
Detroit Consistory and
Moslem Shrine.

Physicians Set
Florida Meetings

The fourth • annual
Florida Mid-Winter As-
sembly' of the American
_Physicians Fellowship for
the Israel Medical As-
sociation will be held at
the Sonesta Beach Hotel
in. Key Biscayne, Feb.
24-March 8.
Early registration is
requested for the meet-
ings, which qualify physi-
cians for continuing edu-
cation credit.
For information, call
Dr. Bernard Weston,
353-5660.
Dr. Weston was re-
elected to the national
board of trustees of the
American Physicians Fel-
lowship at the board's
June meeting.

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onstrates considerable insight into the fiscal and administrative prob-
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of individuals and organizations has given him rare insight into the needs
and concerns of the homeowner, the businessmen, the senior citizen and
our school systems.
"I consider it a privilege to urge your support for the office of County
Commission, (the 20th District), for your friend and neighbor, Maynard
Feldman."

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