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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 7, 1974-15

Award to Reynolds Tobacco
Classified Ads Get Fast Results for Using Israeli Products

remember

Father's Day

JUNE 16

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WITH A SYMBOL OF LIFE

Operating Income Up at IDB Bank Corp.

NEW YORK — IDB' Bank-
holding Corp., Ltd., Tel Aviv,
whose main subsidiary is
Israel Discount Bank, Ltd.,
reported a 38 per cent in-
crease in consolidated net
operating income for 1973
and a rise of 17 per cent in
consolidated net operating
income per share on a fully
diluted basis. The company
also announced that its board
of directors has voted to
recommend a 25 per cent
split and to have a public
offering in Israel of ordinary
shares with warrants.

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Consolidated net operating
income for the year ended
Dec. 31, 1973 was $11,982,199,
up from $8,695,215 the previ-
ous year and consolidated
net income including extra-
ordinary income, amounted
to $12,274,155, compared with
$8,841,007 in 1972.

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Israeli products in the United States. The awards were pre
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more, Israel ambassador to the UN in New York, as part
of the opening ceremonies for Israel Trade Week in the
U.S. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco has purchased flavoring used
in tobacco products, from Chemicals and Phosphates Ltd.,
an Israel company, since 1962. "R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
Co. has had a long and successful associatoin with Chem-
icals and Phosphates Limited," said D. W. Grout, vice
president and director of sales for R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
and the company representative accepting the award. "The
personnel of Chemicals and Phosphates Ltd. work hard to
supply us with the product we need, and our association
with them has been mutually beneficial." The photo shows
Reynolds Vice President Giout receiving the award from
Israel Ambassador Barmore.

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Concerned Parents or Cheryl Hall
studies and one each in music
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