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May 10, 1974 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-10

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Louis Levitan

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Pernick Seeks
Re-Election

U.S. Treasury Defines Savings Bonds Status

Series E Savings Bonds in- the limit for Series E Bonds
All outstanding Series E.
and H Savings Bonds are still crease in value at the end of is $10,000, face amount
earning interest, regardless each six-month holding peri- ($7,500, issue price). The
en the :Air
of their age. Savings Bonds od. Therefore, it is reason- limit for Series H Bonds is
now on sale enjoy a 10-year able to expect that older $10,000, face amount. How-
This Week's Radio and
extension privilege beyond Bonds will always have a ever, the H-Bond limitation
Television Programs
initial maturity — five years higher value than the newer. does not apply to H Bonds
While this is generally received in exchange for
ETERNAL LIGHT
for E Bonds, 10 years for H
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Bonds. Older E and H Bonds true, there are exceptions Series E Bonds.
have had their "lives" pro- which account for the ap-
Station: WWJ.
The limit applies to Bonds
Feature: Part Four of "To
longed by one or more 10- parent contradictions in the issued in any one calendar
Tell Our Children" will focus
year extensions. And U.S. values appearing in the year and, of course, holdings
on "Ani Maamin (I Be-.
Savings Notes — Freedom Series E "Tables of Redemp- may be added to Bonds ob-
tained in previous years.
lieve)," Elie Wiesel's new
Shares — have been granted tion Values."
In 1959, for the first time,
a 10-year extension beyond
book.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NE
their initial 41/2-year matur- outstanding Series E Bonds
* *
ity, according to Robert E. were given an interest-rate 44—Friday, May 10, 1974
REFLECTION IN SOUND
Harper, director of public af- increase, along with new is-
Time: 9 p.m. Sunday.
WANT TO BUY A HOME?
fairs of the U.S. Treasury sues. The regulations pro-
Station: WCAR (1130).
Louis E. Levitan, former
vided that the increase would
Lawrence
R.
Pernick
of
Savings Bonds Division.
Feature: Jewish themes
Detroit director of State of Is-
Southfield announced he 'will
Certain series of Savings become effective with the
EXCLUSIVE
rael Bonds and now Bonds' present in today's popular seek re-election as county Bonds have been removed first interest period, begin-
MATCHSAAKER
West Coast supervisor, will music.
ning
on
or
after
June
1,
BROKER
commissioner from the 20th from sale, however, and are
* * *
be honored 9:45 p.m. June 1
1959.
District. Pernick, a Demo- no longer earning interest.
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Five
LUBAVICH
Interest on U. S. Savings
crat, served as chairman of They are — Series A-D,
CALL 559-8333
organizations, Radomer Mu-
JEWISH HOUR
the board in 19'72 and is cur- which were issued from Bonds and Freedom Shares
tual Society, Sephardic Com-
AETNA
REALTY CO.
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
rently county bloc chairman March 1935 through April is subject to federal income
munity of Detroit, United
24469 Greenfield Rd.
Station: WNIC (1300).
of the Southeast Michigan 1941, 'final issues of which tax. These securities are also
Southfield
Jewish Social Clubs, Work-
and
Council of Governments. He stained drawing interest on subject to estate, inheritance,
men's Circle Branch 22'7 and
Time: 1 a.m. Monday.
also serves on the human April 1, 1951; Series F and gift, and other excise taxes, ip••••••••••••••••••••• ■ •
the Zionist Revisionists, will
Station: WNIC-FM (100). resource, finance and local G, issued from May 1941 whether federal or state, but •

host the event as they launch
and

government committee and through April 1952, final is- are exempt from all other • •

a drive for the Shomrei Yis-
Time: 10:45 a.m. Sunday. represents the board on the sues of which ceased earning taxation—such as state or • ••


rael (Guardian of Israel) pro-
Station: WPON (1450).
County Commission on Eco- interest on April 1, 1964, local income taxes—imposed •
HOUSEHOLD
SALES
on
principal
or
interest.
gram. For Reservations, call
Feature Rabbi Yitschak, nomic Opportunity. He is a and Series J and K, which

IN YOUR HOME
Since the inception of the • •
968-0200. Guest speaker will M. Kagan and Rabbi Pinchas board member of Oakland were issued from May 1952
be Maj. Yitzhak Peer, a Braunstein s p e a k; Jewish United Community Services through Anril 1957, final is- Savings Bonds Program, • • ESTATES LIQUIDATED
there have been annual lim-
MARION GASPAS •
fighter pilot attached with music is presented.
and chairs a special commit- sues of which stopped draw- itations set on holdings. These • •
626-8402
626-6795
the Israel Embassy in Wash-
ing
interest
on
April
1,
1969.

* * *
tee on child-care services.

IRENE EAGLE
ington.
The Department of the limitations have varied—up • •
RELIGION IN THE NEWS
626-8907 • •
626-4769
and
down—over
the
years.

Treasury receives sugges-


Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday. Hungary to Fund
•••••• ••••••••••
Effective January 1, 1974, 64•••••
tions that it offer U. S. Sav-
HOW ABOUT HAWAII?
Station:
CKWW.
SAVE MANY $SS
I.
•ngs Bonds in smaller deno-
Synagogue Dig
CAU. ME AT HAMILTON, MILLER,
and
original personalized center-
minations—S5 or $10—to at-
HUDSON & FAYNE TRAVEL CORP
BUDAPEST
(JTA)

The
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
tract
"small
investors"
and
pieces, favors, & invitations for
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday. Hungarian government has for use as gifts. During
all occasions.
decided
to
finance
the
ex-
Station: Channel 9.
World War Two, a $10 Sav-
rINVITATIONS 20% OFF
Feature: News in the Jew- cavation of one of the world's ings Bond was available, for
oldest synagogues.
ish community.
Experts estimate the syna- a limited time. to members
by Bev Kurtis 353-9199
1'
gogue may date back 700 of the Armed Forces. It was
later
derided,
however.
that
ROZHINKES
years and say it is construct- such a Bond was no longer
silk & artificial flower arrange-
FACIAL HAIR
ed in a special Oriental style
MIT MANDLEN -
ments to suit home or office
nractical. There are a num-
Time: 9 a.m. Monday. found nowehere else in ber of costs involved in the
PERMANENTLY
decor.
Wednesday and Thursday.
Europe.
issuance of each individual
REMOVED
SUE KUTINSKY DORSEY MENKEN
t
Station: WIID (1090).
The synagogue ruins stand Bond, not the least of which
Eyebrows—Neckline—Arms—Legs
626-5536
626.7312 —
Feature: Israeli and Yid- opposite another synagogue is the matter of registration
Recommended by Physicians
BAZAARS
and both in the owner's name; also
INVITES
dish
music,
news,
recipes
1359
dating
back
to
FREE CONSULTATION
and other features.
are found in the Hungarian the maintenance of records ■ ■••■
SHIRLEY PERSIN
town of Sopron in the west of to enable the government to
* *
I•gistered Metrologist
Hungary.
ADVANCE BUILDING
replace a Bond, should it be
BNAI SHALOM
Sopron was the last strong- lost, stolen; or destroyed.
23077 GREENRHD
'born 260'
Time: 10 a.m. Sunday.
Provirivlar NosiirOI
Nr. NoriMond
Station: WBRB-FM (102.1). hold of the Nazis and its Jew-
PHONE 557-1108
is Years Downtown
Feature: Jewish humor, ish population was extermi-
music, culture and literature. nated. Only a few Jews live 100 Teens to Vie
in Sopron now, those who re- in Bible Contest
turned from concentration
NEW YORK—One hundred
camps.
CUSTOM
teen-agers from 44 districts
in the United States will com-
Parochial Schools
pete here Sunday in the fi-
nals of the 15th annual Bible
to Have Speech Aid Contest
sponsored by the
NEW YORK — The New
• CUSTOM STYLING
For members and non-members
• HAND-CRAFTED
York City Board of Educa- department of education and
culture of the World Zionist
1
tion
has
agreed
to
provide
PHONE
345-535
PROMPT DELIVERY
MADE IN MICHIGAN
speech correction services to Organization—American Sec-
nonpublic school pupils on tion and the World Jewish
the premises of private and Bible Society.
4th, 5th & 6th grade boys & girls
The 100 contentants will be
parochial schools.
Hebrew speaking Day Camp for those
A
divided
into
four
groups
Our 30th Year
Noting that the board had
who know NO Hebrew, SOME, or a LOT
earlier indicated speech based on knowledge of He-
therapy would be offered in brew and age. The partici-
110•.0101111• • • *
••••••
public schools only, a spokes- pants are winners in the 44
man for the American Jew- community and sectional
Abe Cherow, Says
O.
ish
Congress hailed the board competitions of the Bible


For 5th-12th graders
• • decision as "a welcome Contest which were held
• ARTISTIC HAS BEEN

• • change in policy which ends throughout the United States
• BUILDING FINE FURNITURE

• discrimination against non- in the past six months.
• FOR MORE THAN 53 YEARS.
• • public school pupils and Guests of honor will be the

For 5th-9th graders
• WE WILL REUPHOLSTER
• • which is in accordance with winners of the 1972 American
• YOUR FURNITURE INTO THE
National
Bible
Contest,
who

the principles of religious

• BEAUTIFUL CREATION
liberty and church-state competed in the International


June 24th-July 19

Bible Contest in Jerusalem.
• YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED,
• separation."
• BUT COULDN'T FIND. ALL
• • Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, The Americans took first,


• president of the AJCongress, second and third prizes.
July 22-August 76
• OUR WORK CARRIES A 10

• • had requested that speech Also participating will be
YEAR CONSTRUCTION
• GUARANTEE.
Transportation included
• correction services be pro- the six winners of the Na-


vided "in religious schools tional Bible Contest of 1973
• during regular school hours who represented the U.S. at


CALL LU 4-5900

the International Bible Con-
• to students attendant there, test in Jerusalem this year.
ARTISTIC
UPHOLSTERERS
INC.
• on the same basis, in the

• same manner and to the
For further information, brochure & application,
• •
5755 SCHAEFER RD.

• same extent as they are pro-

(1 block North of Fold Rd.)
It is wonderful to see the
call: 341-4200
.-Mi::.M.,df:/a-.;;;..,::4


Deorborn — LU 4.5900

agility with which a lame
• vided to children in the city's
ABE CHEROW, President

Open Daily 8 a.m. to 5 p m.
duck can chase a new job.
public schools."
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