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June 08, 1984 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-08

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50 Friday, June 8, 1984

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Rep. William S . Broomfield, second from left, congratulates
Benjamin Hershkovitz, left, and Dale Johnson, second from
right, on the establishment of their new business, Phoenix
Airlines, Inc. Pictured at right is Charles Conwell.

Phoenix Airlines, Inc, a
publicly-traded company,
will offer commercial cQm-
muter airline service from
Oakland-Pontiac airport to
Chicago, Cleveland and
Northern Michigan begin-
ning this summer.
The airline, which was
formed last fall, has pur-
chased three 15-passenger
Beechcraft 99-A planes and
also ordered two new air-
craft carrying 36
passengers with a flight
attendant in full stand up-

Ecumenical tour
to Israel slated

The Ecumenical Institute
for Jewish-Christian
Studies will have its second
annual ecumenical study
tour to Israel Oct. 31-Nov.
16.
A meeting for persons in-
terested in taking the tour
will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at the North Con-
gregational Church, room
E, • 26275 Northwestern
Hwy., Southfield.
Cost of the tour includes
side tours and transfers,
breakfast,. dinner and
round-trip air fare. A $200
deposit is required.
There will be visits to his-
torical sites, universities,
shrines and to religious in-
stitutions representing the
diverse traditions of the
tour members.
The totur will be con-
ducted by Rev. James R.
Lyons, director of the Ecu-
menical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies.
For information, call Rev.
Lyons, 353-2434; or Mari-
lyn Schuster, 540-3012.

Baby boom

San Francisco (JTA) — A
Jewish baby boom in the
Bay Area has created an
unprecedented demand for
child care which has forced
the Oakland-Piedmont
Jewish Community Center
to use a lottery to parcel out
early childhood openings.
The center nursery program
currently accommodates 93
children.

cabin, scheduled for deliv-
ery in September 1985.
Phoenix President Dale
R. Johnson and Vice
President Benjamin Her-
shkovitz, owner of B & H
Travel in Southfield and
West Bloomfield, met with
Rep. William S. Broomfield
(R-Mich.), who counts Pon-
tiac among his constituen-
cies, and congratulated the
principals on the founding
of their firm. The company
will be geared to the busi-
ness traveller.
Having received verbal
approval from the Federal
Aviation Administrtion and
the Civil Aeronautics
Board, Phoenix Airlines is
planning to recruit addi-
tional pilots, to establish
tie-ins through large car-
riers for a computerized
reservation system and to
begin an advertising cam-
paign, Hershkovitz said.
Johnson and Hershkovitz
were aided in setting up the
publicly-held company by
Charles Conwell, vice
president of Tylox Corp.,
and James Fors, president.
Phoenix Airlines has
named Dennis Beaulieu its
chief pilot, and he and Udi
Hershkovitz, son of the co-
owner who finished the
Flight Safety Academy in
the U.S., are currently
learning the flight route for
the new airline.

New press
guide issued

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Directory of World Jewish
Press and Publications has

been published by a
Jerusalem PR firm.
Among, the directory's
entries are Jewish publica-
tions from Poland, Czechos-
lovakia, Hong Kong, India
and Zimbabwe. Israel has
the highest number of
entries in the guide with
373, followed by the. United
States with 263,
The guide can be obtained
by writing Directory of

World Jewish Press and
Publication, P.O. Box 7699,

Jerusalem 91076, Israel.

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