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September 27, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-27

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Friday, September 27, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH'

LOCAL NEWS

13740
W. 9 Mile

Nathan Goldin's 80th
A Time For Mitzvot

Next to
Oak Park
Post Office

SPECIALIZING IN LASER THERAPY
ENT OF
D Bunions
tis Li Qiabetic
C. Corns
Foot Care
allouses
JD Heel Pain'
Sports
icine

Medicare and most insurance plans
accepted as payment in full.

Greater Detroit Chapter

Ben Goldberg, Founder

for the

City of Hope

A National Medical Center

and

Beckman Institute

73rd Anniversary Dinner-Dance

Saturday, September 28, 1985

AT FAIRLANE TOWN CENTER

Hyatt Regency Hotel, Dearborn

HUBBARD BALLROOM

FREE VALET PARKING

BLACK TIE OPTIONAL
COCKTAILS
6.30 p.m
DINNER
7 30 p m.

Starring

Jimmy Damon

A Singing Sensation
Return Engagement
By Popular Demand

T

Dancing To The
Fenby-Carr Orchestra

FOR TICKET INFORMATION CALL

CITY OF HOPE, GREATER DETROIT CHAPTER

21540 West 11 Mile, Southfield, Michigan 48076

353-2535

Mrs. Cherna Goldin and Sinai employees Susan Haapaniemi and
Diane Dudvinski watch Nathan Goldin ride an exercise bike at the
Goldin Center.
"Every day is a new begin- undoubtedly benefited the most
ning," says Nathan Goldin, De- people was a donation to Sinai
troit developer and philan- Hospital, which enabled it to
thropist who will mark his 80th open an outpatient facility in
birthday on Tuesday.
West Bloomfield. The Nathan I.
"This birthday doesn't make and Betty Goldin Health Care
me think about getting old," Center, on Farmington Road
says Goldin, who does not have north of Maple, offers care in
the time to think about it. In physical and rehabilitation
addition to acting as secretary medicine, cardiovascular fitness
and treasurer of Practical Home and rehabilitation, and psychia-
Builders, which he organized try.
with Samuel Hechtman and
"I wanted to do something for
Jack Sylvan in 1939, he is too patients after they left the hos-
busy performing mitzvot. "I pital, to provide a facility for
keep busy from day to day help- follow-up care," says Goldin.
ing out others," says Goldin. "I "The important thing is to get
am still working on the 613 them back into society after
mitzvot God wants each of us to being hospitalized.
do in our lifetime." He enjoys
"I had a friend who had an
helping people who are in trou-
amputation, and his family
ble.
Goldin, a native of Russia, couldn't get him out of the
attended law school in Detroit house. Now he comes to the cen-
and was admitted to the bar in ter for therapy two or three
1927. In the 33 years he owned times a week; it's the best thing
Practice Home Builders, the for him."
company built thousands of
To celebrate his birthday,
residential and commercial Goldin's wife Cherna, is throw-
properties throughout the De- ing a small party for him at
troit area.
Zedek
Cong. Shaarey
The Goldin mitvah which has Synagogue.

Michigan-Israel Business
Ties Focus Of Seminar

Area business leaders and
government officials from
Michigan and Israel will be on
hand to discuss the new Free
Trade Agreement (FTA) be-
tween the United States and Is-
rael during a day-long seminar
Oct. 9 at the Southfield Hilton.
The seminar is being co-
sponsored by the Metropolitan
Detroit branch of the
American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce and Industry and the
Michigan Department of Com-
merce.
Detroit financier Max M.
Fisher will be the keynote
speaker and Michigan Lieuten-
ant Governor Martha W. Grif-
fiths will provide closing re-
marks.
Organizers hope the program
will generate increased ties be-%
tween Michigan-based
businesses and Israeli com-
panies. "All Michigan companies
exporting to Israel will ulti-
mately benefit from the FTA,
but some product areas will
benefit more quickly than
others," according to Marc San-
tucci, direCtor of the Office of In-
ternational Development for the
state commerce department ,)
"Areas where the U.S. cur-
rently exports to Israel and

where there is particular poten-
tial for export growth as a direct
result of the FTA include ag-
ricultural products which will be
accorded immediate duty free
treatment," Santucci said. In
addition, consumer items and
less sophisticated industrial
products such as automotive
parts could find new or revived
markets since the tariff cuts will
be greatest in these areas, the
director feels.
The agreement will also pro-
vide new opportunities for U.S.
companies to operate plants in
Israel and sell their products in
Europe, thus eliminating duties
that must be paid on
European-bound shipment from
the U.S.
According to industry sources,
Israel represents an $8 billion
market for exporters. Currently,
American firms export approx-
imately $2 billion in civilian
goods to Israel annually, a fig-
ure which is expected to in-
crease with the implementation
of the Free Trade Agreement.
) For further information on the
Oct. 9 seminar, contact the De-
troit office of the A,merican-
Israel Chamber of Commerce
and Industry, 661-1948.

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