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December 19, 1975 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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THE'DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 December 19, 1975

Bernard Isaacs Volume Planned
in Memory of UHS Superintendent

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Holocaust Museum
at Chicago School

AJC-IEF Donation
by Women Marked

CHICAGO (JTA) The
Spertus College of Judaica
here has announced what it
called the only permanent
museum installation in the
- United States on the Holo-
caust, the Bernard and Ro-
chelle Zell Holocaust Memo-
rial in the Spertus Museum
• of Judaica. The memorial,
which contains artifacts, lit-
erature, photographsand an
audio-visual component,
will be dedicated in a series
of events in the coming
months, college officials
said. The memorial was
opened to the public Nov. 17.

The Primrose Benevolent
Society has presented $1,000
to the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund..

A publication committee a number of unpublished .
has been organized to pub- stories by Mr. Isaacs, a
lish a volume in memory of biographical sketch, and
the late Mr. Bernard Isaacs, articles about his contri-
who passed away on Oct. 5 butions to American He-
brew literature, Jewish
at the age of 92.
Mr. Isaacs was the first education, and other
superintendent of the fields. The book will be tri-
United Hebrew Schools, and lingual, with material in
active over a period of many g rew,Yiddish, and En-
years in ahnok every phase Heh.
Nobel hopes to gather
of Jewish community life.
His reputation as an educa- personal reminiscences of
Mr. ISaacs, stories that he
tor was nationwide.
Mr. Isaacs was also the - used to tell, and other. mate-,
author of several volumes of rial that would give the
Hebrew short stories and reader a full picture of the
sketches, of several full man, and the impression
length plays, also in He- that he made upon the com-
brew,. w
- hich were produced munity and on individuals.
The committee hopes to
in Detroit, and some works
complete the volume in less
of non-fiction.
The projected volume will than a year, in time for the -
be edited by Morris Nobel, first yahrzeit for Mr. Isaacs.
Members of the publica-
acting principal at Cong.
Bnai David and a member of tion committee include:
the faculty of the Midrasha Rabbi ,Max Weine, chair-
man; Rabbi Milton Arm,
College of Jewish Studies.
. The volume /will contain Meyer ben Zvi of Ramat

Taxes and Your Future

The treasury gift pay,-
ment is the second made
within the past four months
to show the club's commit-
ment of support for United
Jewish Appeal humanitar-
ian programs overseas and
in Israel, according to so-
ciety president Mrs. Manuel
Neiman.

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Editor's Note: Guidance
on important problems


provided by Jewish Wel-
FIRESTONE
fare Federation-United
JEWELRY
Jewish Charities Endow-
R'n
ment Fund Tax Advisory
SUITE 31$ ADVANCE BLDG.
The society holds fund- Committee. Professional
23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile
raising events on behalf of advice about issues dis-
(313) 557-1860
the Israel Emergency Fund. cussed in these columns.

should be secured from
your attorney or an estate
planning adviser. Ques-
Papa George
tions of general interest in
these matters should be
HAPPY 50th BIRTHDAY
addressed to "Taxes and
Love,
Your Future," care of the
Daryl & Kimberley
, Jewish News, 17515 W.
Nine Mile Road, South-
field, 48075.

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Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division
board member Diane
Shekter accepted the gift
during the society's Hanu-
kah Party.

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As the end of 1975 ap-
proaches, so does the dead-
line for a taxpayer to do
something to decrease, or
perhaps increase, his in-
come taxes for the year.
Year-end financial assess-
ments often point out the

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543-9442
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Jewish students at univ-
ersities are still being
sought for the Jewish Voca-
tional Service and Commu-
nity Workshop's Project
JOIN (Jewish .Occupational
Interns).
The 10-week program
combines professional ex-
perience with - the opportu-
nity to sample a career. Uni-
versity students selected for
the program will be placed
as summer interns in local
Jewish communal agencies.
For information, call the
JVS-CW's Southfield office,
557-5341. Application dead-
line is Jan. 31.

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desirability of making char-
itable gifts immediately be-
fore the fiscal books are
closed.
j First, we recommend that
everyone pay his or her 1975
AJC-IEF pledge before the
year's end, or make a much-
needed advance payment to
the 1976 Campaign.
When an individual
makes a gift of property
to the Endowment Fund,
which qualifies as long-
term capital gains prop-
erty, he or she is entitlted
to a federal income tax
deduction for the full mar-
ket value of the gift prop-
erty. The deduction can be
taken in the year the gift is
made, or can be used in
each of the succeeding five
years (until the credit is
completed).

Then there may be a spe-
cial circumstance to con-
sider which would lead to
making a one-time gift to
the JWF-UJC Endowment
Fund. Any situation where
a capital gains tax is in-
volved . . . the.sale of prop-
erty or a business, going
public, liquidation of assets
. . . may fall in this cate-
gory.

Caricatures

for your party

Yochanan, Israel, Max
Chomsky, Mrs. Naomi
Floch, Mrs. Harold Good-
man,. Ruben Isaacs, Percy
Kaplan, Irving Katz, Mrs.
Louis Levine, Michael Mich-
lin, Irvin Palman, Dr. Zevu-
lun Ravid of New York, Ir-
win Shaw, Dr. Ephraim
Shmueli of Cleveland, Leon-
are Simons, Dr. and Mrs.
Norval Slobin, Philip Slo-
movitz, and Wolf Snyder.

By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

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by

Mach Pitt and his Orchestra

358-3642

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A paniphlet describing
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