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November 30, 1990 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-30

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I SPOTLIGHT

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Baked Potato,
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Philip Handleman with his Boeing Stearman airplane.

Handleman Soars
With Air Photos

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

hilip Handleman, of
Handleman
Filmworks, combines
his professional career of
film producing and photog-
raphy with his love of avia-
tion. His 75 color
photographs from national
air shows is a major part of
the illustrated book Air
Show: The Drama and Speed
of Precision Flying published
by Military Press and
distributed by Crown
Publishers. The front and .
back cover shots are also by
Mr. Handleman..
The photos are dramatic
and powerful. From war-

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Air Show cover.

birds and antique aircraft to
sport airplanes, Mr.
Handleman provides thrill-
ing photos. At an air show in
Reno, some airplanes are so
close that they almost col-
lide. Mr. Handleman also
captured a wingwalker and
other air stunts.
"When I was growing up, I
was inspired from an early
age by aviation," said Mr.
Handleman. He remembers
listening to his mother's
stories about the national

air races in her native town
of Cleveland. His parents,
Paul and Sonia, former
Detroiters, now reside in
Palm Beach, Fla.
He has flown to Florida,
Iowa and New York
photographing the aviation
shows in his Cessna 180,
which is restored to resem-
ble a U.S. light observation
aircraft or in his Boeing 75
Stearman in navy colors.
Mr. Handleman describes
aviation as "part of his life."

TECHNION
TREASURES
The American Technion
Society Detroit Chapter held
its 42nd annual dinner at
Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, with guest speaker
Dr. Alan Keyes.
Dr. Keyes, resident scholar
at the American Enterprise
Institute for Public Policy
Research in Washington,
D.C., is former vice-consul in
India and was assistant sec-
retary for international af-
fairs during the Reagan ad-
ministration.
Dr. Keyes delivered a pas-
sionate pro-Israel speech to a
rapt audience, who gave the
speaker a lengthy standing
ovation. Isaac Lakritz, ex-
ecutive director of the Tech-
nion East Central Region,
pronounced the speech the
best he's ever heard at any
Technion dinner.
Alex Potashinsky and
Zhanna Ketslakh, former-
ly of the Soviet Red Army
Chorus, provided enter-
tainment for the evening.
The two strolled from table
to table, singing traditional
Russian and Jewish songs.
Technion updates were
delivered by Max Gill, in
from Israel with his wife,
Aviva Gill, and Melvyn

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