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September 26, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-26

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28 Friday, September 26, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Buy Israel' Campaign Launched
A campaign to encourage

the purchase of Israel-made
products as a major form of
s,tpport for Israel was inau-
gurated here this week by
the Detroit Zionist Federa-
tion.




S

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Isadore Shrodeck has ested Zionists and others
been named.chairman of the who wish to join in tasks of
Buy-Israel-Products De- inspiring economic support
partment of the DZF, Vern for Israel is invited and they
Leopold, president of the
Federation, announced.
The participation of inter-

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are asked to call Shrodeck,
LI 7-3155, or the Detroit
Zionist Federation,
968-1044.

"YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN" GENE WILDER • PETER BOYLE
MARTY FELDMAN • CLORIS LEACHMAN TERI GARR
KENNETH MARS MADELINE KAHN

The
announcement
pointed out that the pur-
chase of Israeli goods will
hasten Israel's economic
independence, and that
Israeli goods are a sound
purchase because of their
quality and price.

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The annual election""-meet-
ing of the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Detroit will
be held 8:15 p.m. Oct. 7 at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Philip Slomovitz, editor
and publisher of The Jewish
News, will address the offi-
cers, members and friends
of JNF. He will talk on
"Today's Significant Events
and Their Effect Upon
JNF's Current Situation."
Another feature will be
the premiere showing of the
newest JNF film, "From Ev-
ery Mountainside."

MOVIE
GUIDE

ISADORE SHRODECK

1:00 8 2:50

SUNDAY

JNF to Hold
Annual Election

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The committee plans to
publish a list of Israeli prod-
ucts sold by retailers in the
Detroit area, and assist re-
tailers and distributors in
increasing sales.

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1, 2, 3, 4

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Inter-Faith Unit Honoree Picked

Ray W. Macdonald, chair-
man of the board of Bur-
roughs Corp., will be the
guest of honor at the 1975
dinner of the Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-

ference of Christians and
Jews, to be held Dec. 4 at
Cobo Hall.
Macdonald will receive
NCCJ's national human re-
lations award.
Macdonald is chairman of
the board of the Economic
Club of Detroit and is on the
Drug Chain Gives boards
of directors of the
Building to School United Foundation, Detroit
Renaissance and New De-
Cunningham
Drug troit Inc.
Stores, Inc. has donated a
three-story building in **************
DINE & DANCE 4E
Owosso to John Wesley Col-
lege.
EVERY NIGHT
James Cohen
a,
Ray Shapero, chairman of
Mon. & Tues.
the board and president of
r Paula & Allan Street
Cunningham's, and Nate
Wed.-Sat.
Shapero, honorary hoard
chairmaa, participated in
special ceremonies at the
Owosso school.
HOUR GLASS 4`
The school plans to re- *-
model the structure as the *
18800 W. McNICHOLS 4,1
(6 Blks. W. of Southfield)
permanent site for the John
538-4850
*
Wesley College Center for
Continuing Education.
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