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December 03, 1976 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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44 Friday, December 3, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zionist Federation to Present
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah Fund Items Galore Market Supply
Aids Food Industry Bond Drive Israel Vice Consul in Dialogue
Established by Cohen Family

Harry Cohen and his
son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
Cohen, have established
the Betty Cohen Memo-
rial Fund at Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah in memory
of the late Mrs. Cohen.
The Cohens have long
been active in support of
the yeshiva, and provided
an elaborate public ad-
dress system for the
- school.
The Cohens recently
Harry, Betty Cohen •
established a chair at the
Weizmann Institute in but also with a local in-
Israel.
stitution that is providing
Said Cohen, "I am for the perpetuation of
proud that Betty's name Judaism."
is associated, not only •
with Israeli institutions,
like Weizmann Institute,
A Jew, Judah Touro,
who was severely
wounded in the War of
'LARRY
1812, contributed $10,000
Orchestra and Entertainment to the Bunker Hill
monument in Boston and
thus made its erection
largely possible.

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Larry Stevens, left, Items Galore, Inc., general
manager, congratulates Harry Shallop, president, as
Joseph Krinsky, vice president, presents Shallop with
advance Israel Bond subscriptions from friends and as-
sociates planning to attend the tribute reception for him
7:45 p.m. Dec. 16 at the St. Clair Room of the Michigan
Inn.

* * *:

Items Galore, Inc., a
local distributor of non-
food merchandise, whose
customers include Michi-
gan area supermarkets,
will benefit the State of
Israel Bond program
with a tribute reception,
honoring Harry Shallop
president, 7:45 p.m. Dec.
16 in the St. Clair Room of
the Michigan Inn.
Items Galore's event
will be part of a major ef-
fort by leaders of Michi-
gan's food industry to
support Israel's economic
development through the
Israel Bond program.
This food industry effort

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will culminate on the oc-
casion of a dinner to be
held Jan. 9, sponsored by
the officers and manage-
ment of Chatham Super
Markets, Inc., and honor-
ing its president, Bernard
Weisberg.
Participating in the re-
ception planning are Items
Galore Vice President
Joseph Krinsky, honorary
chairperson; general
manager Larry Stevens,
tribute reception chair-
man; head buyer Win-
nifred Stover and co-
ordinator Kathy Miller,
associate chairmen.
To honor Shallop "for
his service to the State of
Israel," the Items Galore
president will receive Is-
rael's "Jerusalem City of
Peace" Award.

Handleman Wins
MDA Annual Prize

The Inter-Zionist Task
Force of the Detroit
Zionist Federation will
present a dialogue with
Ariel Kerem, Israeli vice
consul to the Consulate
General of Israel in
Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Dec. 11
in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Gutman, 14431
Northfield, Oak Park.
The Inter-Zionist Task
Force is a new group
within the Detroit Zionist
Federation for young
leadership. The concerns
of the group range from
increasing awareness
and involvement with
Zionism and Israel.
Kerem, who is vice con-
sul in charge of cultural
affairs for the Midwest,
was born and educated in c
England.
He has been active in the
Zionist movement. He also
has studied at the Hebrew
University and is a
graduate of of the Institute
of Youth Leaders in
Jerusalem.
In 1970 Kerem was
head of the Israeli dele-
gation to the United Na-
tions World Festival.
From 1969 to 1971 he
served in the press divi-
sion of the prime minis-

ARIEL KEREM

ter's office in charge of
visiting foreign press.
Since 1971 he has been on
the American Desk of the
Information Department
in the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs. He also has
worked as a journalist.
For information, call
the Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration, 968-2040.

MICHAEL KAPLIT
Photography

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