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June 10, 1977 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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58 Friday, June 10, 1977

MACK PITT
and
His Orchestra

358-3642

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Diplomat at LZA Bond Event

Elizabeth and Ira Ster-
nback will be the recipients
of Israel's "United Jerusa-
lem" Award at a cocktail
reception sponsored by the
Brenner-Truman Branch of
the Labor Zionist Alliance
on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds.

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Mussette Bags
Knapsacks
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Mess Kits
Stuff Bags
Painters Pants

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The couple, long-time
leaders in the LZA and the
Israel Bond program, will
be feted at 9 p.m. Saturday
at the Labor Zionist In-
sititute. Harry Glass, Bren-
ner-Truman president, an-
nounced that Judith Beilin,
Consul of Israel in New
York, will be guest speak-
er.
Mrs. Beilin, who is serv-
ing her third
term as con-
sul, repre-
sented Israel
on the Eco-
nomic and
Social Coun-
cil as an ob-
server at the
Commission
BEILIN
on the Status of Women at
the 'United Nations in 1974.
Prior to her appointment
as . Consul, Mrs. Beilin serv-
ed as liaison officer for the
Foreign Ministry in con-
nection with the hundreds
of foreign correspondents
stationed in Israel to cover
the Eichmann trial.
Ben Harold, reception
chairman, announced that
the event will also mark
the celebration of the 10th
anniversary of reunited Je-
rusalem.
For reception reserva-
tions, call Israel Bonds, 968-
0200.

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Zack Event to Complete JNF Year

The 1977 annual Jewish
National Fund Testimonial
Dinner honoring Mr. and
Mrs. David P. (Evelyn)
Zack on June 22 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek is the culmi-
nating event of the season
for JNF. The year has seen
more than - 100,000 trees
planted in Israel by Detroit-
ers and the establishment

of a number of major proj- dean Hills southwest of Je-
rusalem where David
ects through JNF.
Mr. and Mrs. Zack will fought Goliath and where
be honored by the Jewish Samson slew the Philis-
National Fund and the Jew- tines.
Chief Justice Moshe Land-
ish Community of Greater
Detroit through estab• au of the Israel Supreme
lishment of the "David P. Court, who presided at the
and Evelyn Zack Forest" in historic trial of Adolf Eich-
the American Bicentennial mann, will head the pro-
National Park in the Ju- gram.
Louis Berry is dinner
chairman and Max Stoll-
man and Max M. Shaye are
co-chairmen.
Dinners like the 1977 testi-
monial to the Zacks and
festive meals, singing, danc- other events have aided'in
ing, informal discussion spurring the planting of aik
.
and rap sessions.
nearly 100 forests and other
The Kosher Korner restau- major projects by Detroit-W -
rant has a full line of Ameri- ers.
can and traditional Jewish
foods, including dishes such
as falafel.
A newly decorated game
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Classes, Services for Summer

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Shepherd Protests
Editorial Cartoon

Jewish Community Coun-
cil President Hohn H. Shep-
herd registered a protest
against the Detroit Free
Press over its printing of a
political cartoon which he
said communicated "out-
rageous and insulting
ideas" on the Middle East
issue.
The cartoon, featured in
the May 30 edition of the
Free Press, "depicts Israeli,
negotiators with fanged
crocodile faces sitting in a
tent inviting Arabs to enter.
The caption reads, 'Mr.
Begin's new Israeli govern-
ment has invited the princi-
pal Arab leaders to an
early peace conference."'
In a letter to the news-
paper's editor, Shepherd
countered the cartoon's
message by recalling Is-
rael's willingness through-
out its history to discuss
peace in the Mideast.

.

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according to a study pub-
lished by the Israel Prod-
uctivity Institute. The
GNP is a nation's output
of goods and services.
Israel ranks second
place, after Japan, among
six industrialized coun-
tries whose gross---GNP
per worker increased be-
tween 1965-74. In terms of
the absolute level of out-
put per man-hour in in
dustry, for the period be-
tween 1970-75, Israel took
fifth place among 13 in-
dustrialized countries
with a 5.1 percent prod-
uctivity increase as corn-
pared with 7.7 percent for
Belgium which ranked
first.
Yet, in terms of per
capita (not per worker)
output, Israel ranks sec-
ond to last among the 13
countries, since only 32
percent of the population
is in the labor force.

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