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April 09, 1971 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-09

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INSURANCE CO. announces that
Harvey A. Brode has been granted
the National Quality Award for
1970. This citation, in recognition
of superior service to the public,
is made by the National Associa-
tion of Life Underwriters and the
Life Insurance Agency Manage-
ment Association.

Four, housewives in Cleveland
have formed the AMERICAN MAH-
veloped a new set of rules and
hands. A number of new ideas are
corporated into the card, which
ok more than a year to research
and develop. For information, write
the league, .4122 Stillmore, Cleve-
land 44121.




The first annual TEL-TWELVE
MALL BOAT SHOW opens 10 a.m.
today and will continue through
April 18. Eight dealers plus a
guest exhibiter will show seawalls
and docks and many outboard
motors, inboard - outboard motors
and trailers. Sailboats, pontoon
boats, air boats, fishing boats;
water bikes and canoes also will
be featured. The public is invited
at no charge.

CORP., one or Michigan's youngest
but fastest growing companies in
the home financing market, is ex-
panding its services to the Kent
County area with opening of a
branch office in Grand Rapids.
BARON HERMAN, company pres-
ident, said the Grand Rapids out-
let, opening Thursday, is part of
the Macomb County-based firm
which a year ago entered Genesee
County with an office in Flint—
a branch that has become the
largest originating mortgage com-
pany in that city.

Cooper Seeks to Update
Senior Adults' Exemption
on Property Assessments

State Sen. Daniel S. Cooper
(D-Oak Park) has -reintroduced
legislation to update the senior
citizens property tax exemption.
Sen. Cooper stated that "In 1966
the state of Michigan granted a
$2,500 exemption to people 65
years of age and older whose in-
come was $5,000 per year or less,
and whose property assessments
were not over $10,000 state equal-
ized valuation. The higher assess-
ments and inflationary spiral oc-
curing since 1966 has nullified
Some recipients are
even denied all exemptions be-
cause their assessments have risen
above the $10,000 state equalized
valuation maximum. The result is
that these people are paying much
higher taxes than before they were
granted the original exemption."
"I introduced and fought for this
bill last session, but it did not
become law", Sen. Cooper said.
"I intend to reintroduce the bill
and to again fight for it. The
plight of our senior citizens de-
serves our continuous review be-
cause if we do not keep a watch-
ful - eye, on the ever-changing fi-
nancial picture as it effects senior
citizens we find that the help we
gave them has been eroded away
to nothing. This is exactly what
has happened. We owe our senior
citizens a better life than we are
giving them now."

A Geologist Strikes
Water in Sinai, Negev

TEL -AVIV (ZINS) — Dr. Aryeh.
Isar, geologist and expert on
underwater sources, has stated in
an article, published in the scien-
tific journal Mada, that water
sources containing billions df cubic
feet of water were discovered of
late in the Sinai Desert.
The scientist also reported that
several sources were discovered
in the Negev. In bath deserts pos-
sibilities have emerged for land
development as a result of these
discoveries. The geologist further
explained that through these dis-
coveries, 50,000,000 cubic meters
could be developed within 50 years.

ctivities zn ociet y

Eleven- men-received their just dessert . . . and a good lunch,
too; Sunday Glen Oaks Country Club. The occasion was the bridal
shoWer -.honoring Linda Trudy Eliowitz of Pennington Rd.,. fiancee of
Leslie - :Neil Gorback of -Winchester Rd:, Southfield. The hostesses,
Mesdanies Anne Fienrfian, -Faye - Goldman, Hattie Schwartz and Helen
Weiss, irelaxed the. social barrierS - and invited nien-.-along with -75
women. Among the men was Harry corbatk of Toronto, - grandfather
of the bridegroom-to-be:

Co-Op Council Sets
Hospital Patients,
Seder Luncheon

The annual seder luncheon for
patients of area mental hospitals
will be held noon Tuesday at the
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah. Rose
Viedrah is chairman of the event,
sponsored by the member organi-
zations of the Cooperative Council,
League of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations. Rabbi Solomon Grus-
kin, hospital chaplain, coordinates
the patients' visit.



Mrs. Harry L. Friedman, presi-
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary, an-
nounces that a department meet-
ing will be held 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the JWV headquarters.
Final arrangements will be made
for the annual Battle Creek Vet-
erans Hospital party, to be held
April 25 at Battle Creek. A kosher
luncheon and gifts are to be fea-
tured. Results of the fund raising
will be discussed.

FIELD POST of the Jewish War
Veterans is seeking members in
the area. For information, call
Ruth Greenwald, 557-0146.


Friday, April 9, 1971-45

Temple Kol ~Ami Honors Rabbi on 50th Year

. The congregation of Temple Kol
Ami honored its rabbi. Ernst Con-
rad, with a surprise 50th birthday
celebration following the evening
service March 26.
Rabbi Conrad was greeted by a
full, house—more than 200 people,
representing almost every family
in this five-year-old congregation.
An original poem was written
for the occasion by Mrs. Bud
Hollander, and the rabbi was

presented with a set of the Jewish
Encyclopedia by President Gerald
Freedman on behalf of the con-



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Passover Greetings

Ole Ashop





Clemency for Colley
Is Sought by JWV

ish War Veterans Tuesday issued
a statement appealing to President
Nixon to give "prompt considera-
tion of a grant of clemency" to Lt.
William P. Calley Jr., who has
been sentenced to life imprison-
ment for the mass slaying of Viet-
namese civilians.
The statement issued by JWV
National Commander Albert Sch-
lossberg read: "Lt. Calley must
not be used as symbol and con-
venient diversion to obscure the
much greater issues of morality
and responsibility inherent in the
chain of command. Nor should the
members of the court at Ft. Ben-
ning be blindly condemned for hav-
ing carried out their duty consis-
tent with high military tradition."
Commander Schlossberg contin-
ued, "We believe deeply that to
expose this extremely sensitive
and controversial matter to the ex-
tended, highly' visible appeals
proceSs must inevitably exacerbate
the tension resulting from the de-
ciiion and sentencing by the mili-
tary court at Ft. Benning."



Hadassah School Visited by Rockefellers



JERUSALEM—Mrs. David Rockefeller (right)
chats with Dr. Helen Kittner (center), director,
Hadassah Israel Education Services, and a. munici-
gal education official, during a tour of Hadassah's
educational complex which includes the Seligsberg-

A ,
Brandeis co-educational comprehensive high school
and the new two-year community college. At lunch-
eon, prepared by Seligsberg students, Mrs. Rocke-
feller and daughter met Catholic and Arab

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