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October 12, 1990 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-12

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BUSINESS

Women To Focus
On Gift Planning

Changes in the law and
understanding the advan-
tages of charitable planning
are the focus of "The Indepen-
dent Woman as Choreograph-
er" luncheon, noon Oct. 19, at
Adat Shalom Synagogue. The
program is one of a series
sponsored by the Women's En-
dowment Committee of the
Federated Endowment Fund.
Donald Lansky, Shirley
Harris and Linda Wasserman
Aviv, specialists in tax law
and financial and personal
planning, will explain
changes in the Social Securi-
ty and health care benefits
laws, their implications for
families and financial protec-
tion through estate and
charitable giving.
The event is open to all
women in the community. .
There is a fee for lunch. For
information, call the
Federated Endowment Fund
of United Jewish Charities,
965-3939.

Business Seminar
On Flint, Israel

American-Israel
The
Chamber of Commerce of
Michigan, the Genesee
Economic Area Revitaliza-
tion, Inc. (GEAR) and the
Flint Mayor's office of Inter-
national Trade are sponsor-
ing a half-day seminar featur-
ing joint business oppor-
tunities between Flint area
firms and potential industrial
partners in Israel.
The seminar will em-
phasize opportunities for com-
mercializing new technolo-
gies that have been developed
by Israel firms.
The half-day seminar, to be
held Nov. 5 at the University
of Michigan — Flint campus,
will provide information
about various business
opportunities.
Topics to be discussed in-
clude economic markets
utilizing Israel's special
status with the European
Economic Community and
the Bi-national Industrial
Research and Development
Foundation (BIRD), which
provides financing for
technology commercialization
of joint ventures between
American and Israeli firms.
Murray Sittsamer, assistant
to the chairman of Gelman
Sciences, in Ann Arbor, will
speak about his firm's par-
ticipation with the Binational
Industrial Research and
Development Foundation.
The keynote speaker of the
seminar will be Joel Bainer-
man, the economic journalist
of the Jerusalem Post.
Other speakers include

Israel's
Halifa,
Kobi
Economic Consul in Chicago,
who will offer information on
economic incentives for con-
ducting business with Israel.
Mark Kahn, president of Pro-
duction Tool, and Eugene
Broder, contract manager of
General Fasteners, will speak
about their companies' impor-
ting and exporting activities
in Israel.
Deb Schneider, director of
the international joint ven-
tures of the Michigan Depart-
ment of Commerce, will speak
about support for business
projects betwen Michigan and
Israel. For information, call
661-1948.

IN BRIEF

ANITA LEET LEFF of Ken-
dal, Fla., formerly of Detroit,
has taken the position of
funeral director with the
Riverside Gordon Memorial
Chapel in Miami, Fla.

DOUGLAS KRIEGER,
formerly of the Hayman Com-
pany, has joined the
brokerage division of Detroit
Mortgage and Realty Proper-
ties, Inc. as a commercial real
estate salesperson.

GARY BRAND, MICHAEL
APPLEBAUM AND LAW-
RENCE • SLUTSKY have
been named partners at
Morof, Sheplow and Weins-
tein, a certified public accoun-
ting firm.
Mr. Brand is partner in
charge of accounting and
auditing, Mr. Applebaum is
partner in charge of manage-
ment advisory services and
Mr. Slutsky is partner in
charge of taxation.

MICHAEL NEUVIRTH, a
local attorney who is starting
a company called Capitalist
United Behind Israeli
abchnology to help provide
jobs in Israel for Soviet im-
migrants, scientists and
engineers, has published
three booklets on doing
business with Israel.
Mr. Neuvirth recently
returned to Farmington Hills
after working for a year in
Israel as a consultatnt to the
Israel Ministry of Finance.

GARY SHIFFLET has been
promoted to the newly
created position of editing
supervisor at Grace and Wild
Studios.

RAY FOX a realtor, is
hosting a Builders Showcase
Oct. 14 at Carillon Hills in
Bloomfield Hills from 1-5 p.m.
south of Long Lake, west of
Iblegraph.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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