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February 21, 1975 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-21

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"The REBATE KINGS"

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Industrialist Fishman Will
Receive Bonds Tribute

Friends, associates and
leaders of Detroit's Israel
Bond organization will be in
Miami Thursday to honor
Nathan Fishman on the oc-
casion of his 80th birthday.
A prominent industrial-
ist, Fishman was a pioneer
in the Israel Bond drive. He
is a member of the Prime
Minister's Club and has
hosted the annual Florida
Israel Bond inaugural re-
ception for many years.
A young immigrant
worker in Detroit, Fishman
left his job with the Ford
Motor Co. in 1919 to start
the Star Steel Supply Co.
The company has grown
into one of the largest dis-
tributors of heating and air
conditioning equipment and

BARBARA'S STATIONERY

Bar Mitzvas • Bat Mitzvas
Confirmations
Weddings

725 S. Adams Road, Next to South Adams Square Arcade
Phone 642-3860
in Birmingham, Michigan

F LDBRO QUALITY MEATS

(Trimmed Rite, Priced Rite)

NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER

20233 W. 7 MILE and
6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD. (W. Bloomfield Plaza)

FELDBRO

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BONELESS
NEW YORK

STRIP
STEAKS
$1. 99

lb.
$ 1 89

lb.

1 or 2
pounder

By the Piece!
We slice them free.

FREE PARKING AT BOTH LOCATIONS

20233 W. 7 MILE

6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

KE 4-7522

626-4656

2 blocks W. of Evergreen
corner Kentfield
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9-6
Fri. 9-9; Sat. 8-7; SUN. 8-4

South of Maple
West Bloomfield Plaza
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday thru Saturday

Brodhead
"Nor,"
stated, "should Congress
pass laws which would
discourage all foreign in-
vestment in American cor-
porations. The United
States has been investing
overseas for years. Now
we need new capital to
strengthen our own econ-
omy — and this, of course,
Includes foreign invest-
ments."

Margolis Household Furniture

29 YEARS

at the Same

OLD STAND 6 Mile, 1 Blk. W. of Schaefer
SHARPENING the PENCIL

On All Name Brands

ARNOLD MARGOLIS

Furniture and Bedding

To Name a Few: • SIMMONS • SEALY • SERTA • SPRING AIR
• LA-Z-BOY • STIFFEL LAMPS • KROEHLER • AMERICAN
• BURLINGTON • BASSETT • BARCALOUNGER • LANE • UNIQUE

342 - 5351

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Mon., Thurs., Fri. til 8:30

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Tues., Wed., Sat. til 5:30

Cleaning, Call

building supplies in the
Midwest.

Fishman is a member of
the board of directors of
Sinai Hospital and a mem-
ber of the board of Camp
Tamarack. He founded the
Fishman Village at the
camp- on the oceasion of his
60th birthday.
He is a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and the
Standard Club and Town
and Country Club. He also
is a member of the board of
the Knollwood Country
Club.
At the celebration, Fish-
man will receive the Israel
Bond 25th anniversary
medallion. For informa-
tion, call the Bond office,
968-0200.

U.S. Reserve Board Approval
Urged for Foreign Inventors

Congressman William M.
Brodhead (17th District -
Mich.) called upon Congress
to enact legislation which
would subject the purchase
of United States banks by
foreign investors to the
prior approval of the Fed-
eral Reserve Board.
Brodhead said that he
also supported amendments
to the Federal Bank Holding
Act to require financial dis-
closure of all American
holdings by a foreign inves-
tor who wishes to purchase
a major interest in an
American bank.
In responding to ques-
tions about the recent pur-
chase of controlling interest
of the Bank of the Common-
wealth by foreign investors,
Brodhead acknowledged
that "under present law, the
government probably lacks
the legal authority to curtail
foreign investments in
American banks."

For Custom Drapery

"But banks," Brodhead
noted, "are different. Just
as the press shapes the pol-
itical life of a nation, banks
shape our economic life.
Through its lending and
management policies, a
bank may exercise great
control over the activities of
its borrowing customers. A
large bank has far more
control over an outside busi-
ness than does, for example,
an automobile company."
"Subjecting foreign bank
investors to the prior ap-
proval of the Federal Re-
serve Board and requiring
full disclosure of their other
American holdings is one
way in which bank pur-
chases can be subjected to
careful review."
Brodhead noted that the
Banking Currency Commit-
tee presently has several
proposals pending "and may
be taking action in this ses-
sion."

Magazine Has
Recipe Contest ,

Gourmet magazine is
sponsoring the first Sabra
International Recipe Con-
test, sponsored by Sabra
Liqueur, with a U.S.-Israel
round trip for two as first
prize.
Entrants are asked to
submit food or drink recipes
using Sabra Liqueur as an
ingredient. Entrants may
enter as often as they wish.
Each recipe should be on a
separate sheet of paper ac-
companied by name and
address of the entrant. No
proof of purchase is neces-
sary, and the contest is void
where prohibited or re,
stricted by law.
Entries may be mailed to
Sabra International . Recipe
Contest, Box 3660, Grand
Central Station, New York
City, N.Y., 10017. Deadline
is March 21.

Synagogue Will
Host Professor

Max Mark, professor of polit-
ical science at Wayne State
University, will speak 8:15 p.m.
Thursday at Cong. Beth
Shalom. He will speak on
"Israel Among the Powers."
There is a nominal charge, and
refreshments will be served.

DRAPERY CLEANERS

"All That The 'Name Implies"

We Also-
Wash & Finish
Drip Dry Curtains
Professionally

NATHAN FISHMAN

WE DO ALL THE WORK
REMOVE AND INSTALL

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Ltd.

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1 Pair Navy or
White
per Customer

$15 Value

With Minimum
$50.00 Purchase

• PANTS SUITS
• SEPARATES
• EVENING WEAR
• BLOUSES
• SWEATERS
& much more

Sizes 10 to 20

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Hours: Monday-Friday 10-5

Saturday 10-4

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