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April 17, 1987 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-17

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A FAMILY TREE VIDEO

JACOB'S
AIRPORT SERVICE

FEATURE THE SENIOR MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY, IN A
FAMILY TREE VIDEO. IT'S DONE JUST LIKE A TELEVISION
TALK SHOW. WE WILL PROFESSIONALLY INTERVIEW THE
OLDEST MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY TO TALK ABOUT THE
YEARS PAST. THIS ONE-HALF HOUR RECORDED VIDEO
INTERVIEW REQUIRES NO PREPARATION TIME ON YOUR
PART. WE WILL TRAVEL TO THE LOCATION OF YOUR
CHOICE. CALL RANDY CARR AT 478-0369.

call

LOCAL NEWS

398-7436

In Advance Between
7:00 p.m.-11:30 p.m.

ORLANDO

$299

FROM
(home of EPCOT Center/Walt Disney World)

Including round-trip air fare, hotel for
4 days, 3 nights, Alamo Chevy Chevette,
or similar car, for 3 days with unlimited
mileage!

Hilton at the
Walt Disney World Village

GULF COAST FROM $319

Including round-trip air fare, hotel for
4 days, 3 nights, and an Alamo Chevy
Chevette, or similar car, for 3 days, with
unlimited mileage! Plus bonus extras.

TAMPA/ST PETERSBURG/CLEARWATER

Colonial Gateway Inn (St.Petersburg)

from $319

THE BAHAMAS FROM $339

Including round-trip air fare, hotel for 4
days, 3 nights, and airport transfers. In Nas-
sau, also a native show (except Sunday).

Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel or
The Pilot House (Nassau)
Holiday Inn Lucaya Beach (Freeport)

from $399

The Sheraton Grand Hotel on
Paradise Island
Paradise Island Resort & Casino —
Britannia Towers & Paradise Towers

FT. LAUDERDALE FROM 359

Including round-trip air fare, hotel for

4 days, 3 nights, and an Alamo Chevy
Chevette, or similar car, for 3 days with
unlimited mileage"

Sheraton Yankee Clipper Hotel or
Holiday Inn Ft.Lauderdale Beach or
Ft.Lauderdale Marina Marriott

Ask your Trawl Agent to book you on Delta. Or call our Vacation Center
toll free at 800 872 7786. All tour rates are from Detroit and are subject to

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change without notice. Similar hotels may be substituted. Rates are per person,
double occupancy; U.S. Departure Tax is included. Seats and accommodations
are subject to availability. Add taxes and gratuities. Prices shown are available
during certain limited travel periods: they can vary 'and may be higher depend-
ing upon the actual date, day of travel and hotel selected. Certain charges and
fees cannot be assessed immediately, but can only be collected on checkout or
departure. *Gas, taxes, rental deposit and optional Collision Damage Waiver
t987 Delta Air Lines. Inc
not included.
Dream Vacation is a registered trademark of Delta Air Lines. Inc.

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Friday, April 17, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Greeting Gen. Amos Horev, second from left, at the recent
Detroit Chapter, American Technion Society luncheon were from
left: Albert Newman, Grant Silverfarb and Dr. David Jacknow.

Detroit Technion Chapter
Starts Research Fund

The Detroit Chapter,
American Thchnion Society, has
begun a million-dollar project
to finance applied research pro-
jects at the Technion-Israel In-
stitute of Technology.
The project, the STAR (Sup-
port Technion Applied
Research) Society, is aimed at
helping to create new products
for export that will produce new
industries and new jobs in
Israel.

Dr. David Jacknow heads the
society, whose members con-
tribute $25,000 or more to the
Applied Research Fund for the
Technion.
In addition to recognition
with a plaque on the Technion
campus, members will have the
opportunity to have input into
the research projects. An an-
nual meeting will be held to
hear status reports on the
projects.

BNAI BRITH

B'NAI B'RITHwill have a

reception 6:45 p.m. Wednes-
day in the B'nai B'rith Build-
ing, preceding the delegates
meeting. The reception will
be hosted by the I.S. Bloch-
Israel Lodge. The meeting
will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Maurice Rosender of
Oakland-Century Lodge will
be presented with a gift for
recruiting new members in
the 1986 membership drive.

DOWNTOWN-FOX
LODGEwill take nomina-

tions for officers at a meeting
on Wednesday at 8 p.m. at
the Jewish War Veterans
Home. The guest speaker for
the evening will be Rabbi
Ernst J. Conrad of Temple
Kol Ami. His topic is
"Judaism." Wives, friends
and prospective members are
invited. Refreshments will be
served.

MARSHALL
LOUIS
CHAPTERwill hold a conti-

nental brunch at 12:30 p.m.
on Thursday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. There is a
nominal charge. Special guest
Celia Goodman will present
stories of today and yes-
teryear. President Beverly
Toren invites guests. For in-

formation, call Eileen Israel,
968-0569.

REAL ESTATE AND
CONSTRUCTION UNITwill

hold a general meeting on
Thursday at 5000 Town Cen-
ter meeting room at 7:30 p.m.
followed by guest speaker,
architect Nathan Levine.
Levine will discuss "The Ap-
plication of Human Behavior
in Relation to Building De-
sign." The public is invited.

Detroiters Attend
Bond Conference

Douglas A. Schubot, Metro
Detroit Israel Bonds general
chairman, and Norman Allan
were delegates to the recent
Israel Bonds Leadership Con-
ference in Jerusalem.
Detroiter David Hermelin is
international chairman.
It was announced at the con-
ference that the 1987 Israel
Bond campaign had passed the
$150 million cash figure for this
year, representing an increase
of $33 million in Israel Bond
sales over the same period last
year.

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