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December 03, 1976 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 3, 1976 49

Michigan Anti-Boycott Campaign Gains 3,500 Signatures in 10 Days

The Department of
Michigan of the Jewish
War Veterans has col-
,-, lected more than 3,500
signatures in 10 days ad-
vocating legislation in
Michigan against the
Arab boycott of Israel
and businesses with
Jewish employees.
Jack J. Kraizman,
judge advocate of the
Michigan JWV, said the
i organization_ is trying to
involve as many Jewish
and non-Jewish groups as
possible in order to obtain
100.000-150,000 signa-
ti by Feb. 15, when the
ne. Michigan legislature
is fully organized.
Kraizman says he is

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358-3642

hopeful the legislature
will enact a law patterned
after the recent California
ordinance which carries
stiff penalties for boycott
compliance.
Petitions c'an be ob-
tained by writing or cal-
ling the Jewish War Vet-
erans, 16990 W. 12 Mile
Rd., Southfield 48076
(telephone 559-5680).
The petition states:
"The Anti-Boycott Pet-
ition to the Michigan
legislature is an exercise
of a right by the citizen

Eye Exam Offered

The Lions Club, in con-
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Forestry, will offer a free
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7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Monday
through Dec. 10 at the
Oak Park Community
Center.. For information,
call the parks and recrea-
tion office, 541-0900.

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SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST and AU-
XILIARY will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Mem-
bers are asked to bring
canned goods for the
needy. Final plans for the
annual Hanuka latke
party will be discussed. A
party for the children at
the D.J. Healy Home will
be held Thursday. Per-
sons wishing to help may
call President Reva Dry- .
man, 398-9172.
* * *
DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN, ladies au-
xiliary past presidents
will meet 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day for Dutch-treat sup-
per and • social at

exchange of goods or serv-
ices, which contains any
provision requiring dis-
crimination on the basis of
sex, race, color, religion,
ancestry, or national ori-
gin or on the basis of a per-
son's lawful associations
or business dealings, or to
refuse to enter into a busi-
ness contract on the
ground that it does not
contain such a dis-
criminatory provision.

"The above suggested
legislation is based on a
California anti-boycott
bill approved by Gov.
Brown on. Sept. 27, 1976
which will take effect on
Jan. 1, 1977."

City of Hope
Group to Meet

Mr. and Mrs. Group of
the City of Hope will meet
8 p.m. Sunday at Franklin
Pointe Apts. club house.
"II. Prohibit as an un- There will be general dis-
lawful conspiracy against cussion led by Ruby Sam-
trade, the exclusion of son, president, and a re-
any person or firm from a valuation of future proj-
business transaction on ects by newly appointed
the basis of any Blacklist committees.
or discriminatory docu-
A social hour will follow
ment imposed by a third' hosted by Murray and
party.
Marlyn Kane.

Dominico's restaurant,
Berkley. For information,
call the JWV office, 559-
5680. Luba Lupiloff is
chairman.

* * *
LT. ROY F. GREEN
AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Reports
will be given on the group
service of the Ann Arbor
Hospital party, under
leadership of Hilda
Jacobs, and the North-
land Geriatric Center
with Mamie Simrod in
charge. Edith Hoffman is
president. Prospective
members may call Mrs.
Hoffman, 647-8662, for in-
formation on joining.

*

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trust and an unlawful re-
straint of trade for any
person or business to:
"a. accept any letter of
credit (bank draft) or to
issue such letter of credit
that contains . a provision
requiring discrimination
on the basis of sex, race,
color, religion, ancestry,
or national origin, or on
the basis of a person's
lawful business dealings
with others; or to refuse
to issue or accept any let-
ter of credit on the ground
that it does not contain
such a discriminatory
provision.
"b. enter into any con-
tract for the purchase or

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under Article I, Section 3
of the Michigan Constitu-
tion.
"The Petition requests
our duly elected legisla-
tive members to eliminate
the evils of boycotts and
blacklists that are foreign
to the American principle
of the equal protection of
the laws, and the right to
the pursuit of a living by
engaging in business free
from discrimination and
nefarious foreign pres-
sures.
"We are hopeful that
our petition will arouse
our legislature to enact a
bill that will:
"I. Make it an unlawful

The Israeli Hassidic
Festival, sponsored by
the Lt. Henry J. Bodzin
Post of the Jewish War
Veterans, to take place
7:30 p.m. Dec. 15 at the
Royal Oak Theater, will
feature a variety of Is-
raeli personalities.
Included amoung the
performers are actor
Shlomo Nitzan, Oded
Ben-Hur,. vocalist Izhar
Cohen and Ophira
Gluska, of Israel radio
fame. The cast is com-
plemented by Ruthi
Ben-Abraham, Pnina

Brick, Nurit Gal-Ron, Uzi
Chaitman and Gabi
Sadeh.
Post commander is
David S. Tanzman. Con-
cert chairman is Martin
Lerner. Assisting Lerner
are officers Harry L.
Blitz, senior vice com-
mander; Milton Ducharn,
junior vice commander;
Sidney Lantz, quar-
termaster; Harold Mar-
shall, service officer; and
Edward Traurig, judge
advocate. For ticket res-
ervations, call Lantz,
355-5765, or Tanzman,
548-9046.

Seniors Honor
Top Volunteer

Mrs. Blanche Lipshaw
was presented with the
volunteer of the year
award by the Senior
Adult Council of the
Jewish ' Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit at a recent lunch-
eon.
The award is presented
each year to the volun-
teer who has most en-
riched the senior adult
program through his or
her efforts.
Ben Schore, former
vo lunteer of the year,
paid tribute to Mrs. Lip-
shaw. She is responsible
for the development and
coordination of the Fri-
day afternoon lecture se-
ries at the 10 Mile branch
of the Center.
On hand to extend con-
gratulations to Mrs. Lip-
shaw • was Dave
Shepherd, mayor of Oak
Park.

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