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January 30, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, January 30, 1981

Sell Out

Desks, Chairs,
Files, Typewriters
& Adders

342-7802



Genuine good taste con-
sists in saying much in few
words, in choosing among
our thoughts, in having
order and arrangement in
what we say, and in speak-
ing with composure.

Bonds' Professionals Cited
at 30th Anniversary Dinner

SENIOR CITIZENS
NEED JUT OF LOVE

We would be happy to tele-
phone a member of your
family at least once a day to
let them know someone
cares.

Call

Detroiters Lillian Fischer and Albert I. Lipton,
center, were honored in New York this month at a
national Israel Bond dinner marking Bonds' 30th an-
niversary. Both Miss Fischer and Lipton have been
associated with Israel Bonds since its inception in
1951. Shown with them are, at left, Yehuda Avner,
adviser to Israel's prime minister, and at right, Yit-
zhack Rager, president of State of Israel Bonds.

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Tuition Proposal
Led' by Detroiter

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Meat Dealers Assoc.

Starting Sun., Feb. 1st thru Thurs., Feb. 5th
$1 39 lb.
CORNISH HENS
$1 99 lb.
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967-3907 Jack Miller

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LI 7-4121 Jack Cohen

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile, Southfield
356-5110 John Katz

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Under supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis
While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantities.

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David Cohen of Oak Park
was named Michigan
chairman of the Campaign
to Relieve Independent
Education, the effort for tui-
tion tax credit recently
launched by Agudath Israel
of America. He will coordi-
nate the activities of the Or-
thodox Jewish community.
The Campaign to Relieve
Independent Education was
created to help pass the
Moynihan-Packwood Tui-
tion Tax Credit Bill in -the
97th Congress. The bill -
would permit parents of
children in non-public
schools to claim a tax credit
for tuition. The credit would
be calculated at the rate of
50 percent of the tuition
paid by the taxpayer to one
or more eligible institutions
for himself, his spouse or
any of his dependents.
The bill proposes a
maximum credit of $250 per
year for elementary and
secondary school students
and $500 per year for stu-
dents of post-secondary
schools.

Couple Marks
50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Ruben
(Rahle) Himelhoch of Flint
were honored by family and
friends at a recent gather-
ing on the occasion of their
50th wedding anniversary.
Born in Latvia, the couple
settled in Flint after they
were married. Mr.
Himelhoch operated a groc-
ery business until his re-
tirement in 1955.
The couple have twin
sons, William of New York
City and Mason of South-
field; and four
grandchildren.
The couple hold member-
ship at Flint's Cong. Beth
Israel.

DON'T BUY
A
CONDOMINIUM
UNTIL
YOU TALK
TO MARTY . . .

(See Page 55)

Abner & Adeline Rosenzweig,

take this opportunity to thank thier many friends for
the "get well Cards," flowers, plants, contribu-
tions, phone calls, and most of all their prayers, for
Abners complete recovery from surgery.

Bless you all.

If you're not
wearing it, sell Ft.

You can't enjoy jewelry if its sitting in your safe
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
chase fine gems, Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.
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Call 642-5575.

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Anti-Semite's
Works Printed

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
The first issue of the "Celine
Journal," established by the
Celine Society to propagate
the works of the late French
author, Louis Ferdinand
Celine, an anti-Semite and
and Nazi collaborator, was
published in Holland last
week.
The society was founded
last year with the stated
purpose of making Celine's
writings available in the
Dutch language. The jour-
nal will appear twice a year.
Although the society ac-
knowledges Celine's Nazi
sympathies, it regards him
as a great writer whose
books deserve to be read.
Three of them have already
been translated into Dutch
and more are expected to
follow.
His "Voyage Au Bout de
La Nuit" has been adapted
for the stage by Belgian
playwright Guido Lauwaert
and will be performed in
various Dutch cities in the
next few weeks.

Our bodies are but dust,
but they can bring praise to
Him that formed them. Dull
and tuneless in themselves,
they can become glorious
harps on which the music of
piety may be struck to
heaven.
—Punshon

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