PC Gives Passover Aid for Needy in Many Lands
Indestructibility of U.S. Savings Bonds
T h e indestructibility of
Close to 600,000 pounds of sistance to well over $400,000, Jews in those countries to come mainly from the cam- U.S. Savings Bonds has
purchase Passover supplies paigns of the United Jewish crossed international boun-
matzo and matzo meal and Haber added.
daries. A Pennsylvania took
41,000 bottles of Passover
Other cot': '.- les receiving locally.
The first Passover Seder his $1,000 bond with him,
Funds for Passover relief
wine have been shipped to Passover shipments, in addi-
Europe and North Africa by tion to Romanis. were Yugo- in other JDC health, welfare will take place this year on when he went to Cuba, in
1961. Since government reg-
the Joint Distribution Corn- slavia, Greece. Italy, Portu- and rehabilitation programs Monday night, April 16.
mittee to help needy Jews in gal, Spain, Spanish Morocco
those areas celebrate Pass- and Tunisia, Haber said. Spe-
Electronic yelllow top, stainless steel back case, Date-
over, it was announced by cial Passover relief grants in
Samuel L. Haber. JDC exec- Iran, INIonoccr., and other
utive vice-chairman. countries will enable needy
In addition to the 300 tons
of Passover supplies, which
cost about $145,000, Haber
said. JDC allocated $100000
to finance the shipment of
thousands of Passover par-
eels to needy Jews in the
This brings JDC's total ex-
1. Slit -14 - * Mole _
CERTIFIED MASTER WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
T , ).nditures for Passover as-
ulations forbade his holding
the bond, he buried it in the
ground. When he left Cuba,
he could not bring it with
him. So, it was deemed un-
recoverable and a new bond
was issued in 1964.
Harvard Row Shopping Center — Lahser & 11 Mile
World :Willi Delivery
Talks Open in Cairo
BONN (JTA) — German
Egyptian talks opened in
'afro Sunday on industrial
cooperation and mutual visits
by parliamentary deputies.
Egypt has said it wants
German industry to partici-
pate more strongly in the
oil sector and wants to in-
crease its exports to West
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 16, 1973-3
12 TO 5
takes a personal interest
in your higher interests.
"Just call me the question lady,"
twinkles the petite Assistant Manager
of our Telegraph-Schoolcraft branch.
"I'm asked dozens every day. For
example: Does American Savings
really pay the highest rates on savings
in Michigan? We certainly do! 5%
annually on regular passbook savings.
Compounded quarterly, with interest
figured from date of deposit to date
of withdrawal. You can't get that high
interest at any bank, and no savings
institution pays any higher. We do the
most for you ... and your money."
Concern like this is one reason people
come to see Irene — and us. If you're
in the neighborhood, drop by. Let
us show you how personal interest can
make dollars and sense for you.
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