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February 05, 1988 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-05

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and that its members knew
full refunds were not
guaranteed if they canceled
the trip less than 30 days
before its scheduled depar-
ture. The group canceled the
tour two weeks before the
scheduled departure.
Officials from El Al Israel
Airlines have continually
declined to comment on the
case. But a source close to the
airline said Hershkovitz, a
former El Al employee, owed
$88,000 to the carrier for 45
tickets sold between April 6
and May 6, 1986.
"There is no evidence that
Benny Hershkovitz did not
forward the money for airline
tickets and the land package,"
Kriger said. "He did not use
their money for his personal
business."
Hershkovitz immigrated to
Israel from Romania in 1950.
He joined El Al one year later.
About 19 years later, he came
to the United States to work
for the airlines in New York.
In 1972, Hershkovitz moved
to Detroit to become Michi-
gan's sales director for the
airline. He became a U.S.
citizen while living in
Michigan.
He and his wife, Haya, laun-
ched B & H Travel, Inc. in
1978. The business special-
ized in Israel tours.

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New York (JTA) — The
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nounced that it sold a record
$604,249,250 in Israeli
securities in 1987, surpassing
the 1986 figure of $603
million.
About 80 percent of the
bonds sold during the 1987
campaign — best in the
organization's 36-year history
— were in the United States,
with the remainder divided
between Canada, parts of
Western Europe and several
countries in Latin America.
David Hermelin of Detroit is
international chairman.

Detroit Pair
Appointed

New York — Mendel I.
Kaplan, newly-elected chair-
man of the board of governors
of the Jewish Agency for
Israel, has appointed a
number of American Jewish
leaders to serve as chairmen
of the board's committees.
Among the new appoint-
ments are Jane Sherman of
Detroit as chairman of the
youth aliyah committee.
Reappointments include
Max Fisher of Detroit as
chairman of the Pincus Fund.

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