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February 03, 1978 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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18 Friday, February 3, 1918

Jewish Groups, Businessman
Approve Boycott Regulations

Caricatures

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for your party

much to prevent the Arab
boycott from spilling into
American business."
The Jewish organizations
said they were "specifically
concerned about the possi-
bility of excessive participa-
tion in boycott activity by
foreign subsidiaries of U.S.
companies and the continu-
ing potential for U.S. letters
of credit serving to police
boycott activity."

By

SAM FIELD

399-1320

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FORESTS

that bear your name

Long after you have gone, forests in Israel
renewing themselves in the cycle of sea-
sons, will keep your memory ever green.
When making your Will, provide that a
forest in Israel be planted in your name or
in that of someone dear to you, handing
down your last wish from generation to
generation.

The statement added,
however, that "with care-
ful monitoring, with use
of the anti-evasion provi-
sions of the Act and, most
importantly, with the
goodwill of U.S. business,
there is reason to feel that
the statute and regula-
tions will be effective in
combatting illicit boycott
activity."

The organizations also
said they were "encouraged
by the President's commit-
ment, reaffirmed in his
State of the Union Message,
that his Administration
will strictly enforce the
anti-boycott law, and by the
Administration's increased
budget requests for addi-
tional enforcement person-
nel in the Commerce De-
partment."
Describing the anti-
boycott, legislation (signed
into law June 22, 1977) and
the Commerce Department
regulations as "a major step
forware," the Jewish or-
ganizations urged Presi-
dent Carter to pursue the
principles and policies of the
statute and regulations
multilaterally "so that
other countries will be en-
couraged to follow the
example this country has
set."

***

Boycott Briefing

The Michigan District
Export Council and the U.S.
Commerce Department will
hold briefing sessions on the
new U.S. anti-Arab Boycott
legislation on Thursday in
Dearborn and Grand
Rapids.
The Dearborn meeting
will be held 9-11:30 a.m. at
Fairlane Manor.

A bequest to the J.N.F. is a bequest to the
entire Jewish people. linking the name
of the Testator with Israel in perpetuity.

For information and advice

in strict confidence apply to

Jewish National Fund
22100 Greenfield, Oak Park, 48237 (968-0820)

Arson Suspected at Camp

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Tamaroff Buick-Opel-Honda will make it possible for you to stop
getting the run-around when you buy a car. We will not bounce,
hump or hassle you. That means we will sell you the car you want,
at the prices we quoted. And we are known for giving
very good prices on very good cars.

Sound good?

That's our sales policy in less than 60 words. And we mean

to stick to it.
Tamaroff Buick-Opel-Honda is the Buick sales leader in this area.
That comes from sticking to our sales policy. Another reason is our
large inventory of great new cars right here available to our
customers. So you might not have to wait for the free-spirited
Buick, Opel or Honda you want.
Come on in to Tamaroff Buick-Opel-Honda.
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341-3366

Rabbi Sholom B. Stock, director of Camp Gan Is-
rael, inspects the ruins of the main complex. The Irwin
I. Cohn cornerstone is at right.

(Continued from Page 1)

pers and staff, a dining room
built only a few years ago,
two commercial kitchens,
an arts-and-crafts work-
shop, a large chapel, a lib-
rary, an amateur theater,
storerooms, walk-in freez-
ers, showers and locker-
rooms, an amateur photo-
graphy darkroom and a re-
creation hall.

The camp' is on Pine
Lake, between Fenton
and Linden, 15 miles out-
side Flint. The former
Pine Lake Boy Scout
facility was purchased by
Lubavitch in 1960, and
the pine-panelled Hordes
Lodge building was later
erected through the
philanthropy of the late
William Hordes.

According to camp offi-
cials, investigating the
blaze confirmed that all
electricity and gas lines
were shut off properly last
fall at the termination of the
camp season. Camp officials
have requested the state
fire marshall to investigate
the cause of teh fire.
They said there is uncon-
firmed speculation of four
play in view of "the seeming
impossibility of interior
sparking or fire, the ready
access of area residents to
the building by way of
snowmobiles, and the scat-
tered incidents of anti-
Semitic harassment by local
vandals during the past five
summer seasons."
Rabbi Sholom B. Stock,
director of Camp Gan Israel,
examined the damage. He
said "The financial impact
is staggering. Our main
complex is completely de-
stroyed. It contained over
11,000 square feet of varied
facilities.
"To build a new structure
sufficient also for our new,
expanded needs will cost
every penny of a quarter-

***

Camp to Hold
Fund-Raising

Camp Gan Israel will
hold a "Giant New-Goods
Bazaar" Sunday through
Tuesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
All types of new house-
hold goods, appliances,
tools, hardware and clo-
thing will be available.
For information, call
Rabbi Sholom B. Stock,
548-2666 or 398-1103.

million dollars. Insurance
will bring in $75,000. That
leaves $175,000 to raise—
and it must be done im-
mediately or there are going
to be an awful lot of
homebound, unhappy chil-
dren this summer. Some
charitable contributions
have already started to
come in, and every donation
is welcome."

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