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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Sept. 14, 1973-13

Possessions
Most writers regard truth
BRUSSELS — American
as their most valuable pos-
travelers in Belgium during
session, and therefore are
the High Holy Days need not I
most economical in its use.
worry about fulfilling reli-
—Mark Twain.
gious obligations, thanks to
Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
a publication of the Belgian
National Tourist Office.
(Copyright 19'73, JTA Inc.)
The BEST Things Come
Each year, an Antwerp
BUDGETARY PROBLEMS: A number of Jewish Fed-
weekly publishes a guide to
In Small Packages!
all of the Jewish institutions, erations and Welfare funds are now going through the most
. because the SPA is small, it is
congregations and other ac- far reaching budget reassessment in years. In preparing
, •
intimate, friendly and per-
tivities throughout Belgium their 1974 budgets, they are considering such circumstances
sonally attentive to every
as
stringencies
imposed
by
limitation
of
funds,
the
mounting
whim! Daily Massage, diet
and in other European coun-
supervision, color TV all
inflation
of
the
dollar,
and
pressures
of
changing
communa
Lanai Rooms, 2 pools, nightly
tries as well.
entertainment, gym, whirlpool
d
services
ds
an
For each country the guide nee
baths, sauna ...
The 1974 program of the CJF services includes assisting
gives a short summary of the communities in refining their budget procedures to take Reduce the effortless way in a relaxed
luxury setting. From $24. Per Person
Jewish life, and lists names,
account of changing resources and priorities. It also Double Occupancy, $28. Single, Nov. 1
addresses, telephone num- full
provides for helping the communities in revising structures to Dec. 19 20 of 106 rooms.
bers, rabbis and other offi- processes and goals for long-range as well as for short-
SAMUEL M. EDELSTEIN, Owner
cials, ritual baths and other
range
purposes
and
needs.
Jewish and kosher services,
There are today more than 20 essential elements in the
including restaurants and CJF services to the communities. They cover various fields
hotels.
see your Travel Agent, or write direct
in organized Jewish communal life. They contribute greatly
Large Jewish communities to the strengthening of the communities and they enhance
BELLE ISLE, MIAMI BEACH
can be found in Brussels, the effectiveness of what the federations and welfare funds
DIAL—NO CHARGE-800.321-8363
Antwerp, Arlon, Charleroi,
OPENING NOVEMBER 1
Coxyde, Sur, Mer, Gent, do.
*
*
*
Heide, Liege, Mons and Oos-
major
problems
and
FIRST 2 DAYS FREE!
TAX PROBLEMS: Among the new
tende. Although Knokke, Na- the Council of Jewish Federations is now concentrating upon
mur and Spa do not have are proposals presently before the U.S. Congress which may
large Jewish communities, adversely affect incentives for charitable gifts.
they hold religious services
These proposals will come up for action before the
BOOK YOUR
in their kosher hotels.
of this year. The Senate has the legisla-
To receive the bilingual House at the end
agenda.
The
CJF
lost
no
time
in
presenting
guide (in English and tion on its 1974
Ways and Means
French), write Belgian Is- testimony on this subject to the House
It will do likewise to the Senate Finance com-
raelite Weekly, 106-108 Peli- Committee.
mittee when the matter comes up for consideration there.
kaanstraat, B-2000 Antwerp- Needless
to say that the matter is of great importance to
en, Belgium. For other infor- the fund-raising system of the organized Jewish commu-
WITH ONE WHO
mation, write the Belgian
the United Jewish Appeal, and all
National Tourist Office, 720 nities, as well as to
KNOW THE
agencies and institutions.
Fifth Avenue, New York philanthropic
In its activities to prevent the passage of legislation
10019.
which would seriously impair gifts to communal and
charitable causes, the CJF works closely with universities,
Usury Like Poison
museums, welfare and health organizations. It made its
The usurer breaks all the views known to legislators in communications expressing
commandments; his sin is deep concern about the appalling consequences which would
as flagrant as murder . . . result from the measures introduced in Congress. Speaking
Usury is like slow-working for the organized Jewish communities throughout the coun-
poison . . . Usury is like try, the CJF emphasized that, in the opinion of these
the bite of a poisoned snake; communities. tax reform can be attained without crippling
it is a small thing in itself, tax-deductibility for philanthropic purposes which encour-
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but its deadly effects are ages generous charitable giving.
of the 1973-74
The battle for retaining tax-deductions at their present
far-reaching. — Shemot Rab-
level for tax-exempt organizations and institutions adds
ba.
heavily to the massive responsibilities carried by Philip
Bernstein, CJF executive vice president. Among other func-
tions he carries the general responsibility for taxes and
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philanthropy in the CJF program. The primary staff re-
sponsibility for CJF services in tax matters is carried by S.
P. Goldberg, assistant director in charge of budget services.
Goldberg's department has already undergone drastic re-
YEAR
ductions in staff. The developments on the tax issue and
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increased calls by the local federations and welfare funds
VEL AG*'
upon the CJF for consultations on budgetary problems place
him under an extremely heavy burden. A special advisory
11 MILE & LAHSER
committee, headed by Barton Ferst of Philadelphia and
SOUTHFIELD
Norman Sugarman of Cleveland, is guiding the CJF in
definition of policies and positions on tax matters.

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... and Mel

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Immunology Parley;
Russian Among Them

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and other Israeli institutions
of higher learning partici-
pated in the first joint meet-
ing of European Societies far
Immunology in Strasbourg,
France, it was announced by
Prof. Ruth Arnon of the Weiz-
man Institute's chemical im-

munology department and
secretary of the Israel Im-
munological Society.
A 74-year-old scientist,
Prof. Leon Tummerman, a
recent immigrant from Rus-
sia where he was head of the
bioenergetic laboratory at the
Institute of Molecular Biology
of the Soviet Academy of
Sciences was among the
group of 34 Weizmann Insti-
tute scientists.
This was Prof. Tummer-
man's first visit to the West-
ern world. He was never al-
lowed out of Russia in spite
of the many invitations he
had received to attend foreign
conferences. He .1elivered
some of the 51 lectures given

by the Israeli scientists.

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