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April 30, 1982 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-30

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6 Friday, April 30, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CASE CONTROL PEST MANAGEMENT
"THE FULL SERVICE CO."

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Campaign Closing Set

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With the May 6 closing of
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CASE CONTROL GUARANTEES TO GET RID OF
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WHAT'S BUGGING YOU!
• teers are working to exceed
(OR WE'LL COME BACK)
last year's record figure of
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For Your FREE
A champagne reception to
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•E be held Thursday ,at Cong.
Estimates and Professional Consultation:
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FOR PROMPT SERVICE
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CASE CONTROL IS LICENSED & FULLY INSURED
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FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE ... WE OFFER A MONTHLY MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
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tivities, which begin at 7:30
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highlight the year's Cam-
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Tears — for All Who Sorrow

By MARTY ODGERS

I tell you that I won't cry,
But I do. .
The tears just fall out of my eyes.
My heart is so full and
hurts so!
I never know when it will happen,
I'm working, or walking, or reading,
or whatever,
And my heart just overflows,
And I cry.

They say tears wash away the hurt and pain
No, not really, they just help
You get through the days
Without your hearbreaking.

Tears are like rain from God.
He knows that our hearts can
stand just so much,
And then He sends the healing tears.

Ida Nudel's 51st Marked

'WASHINGTON (JTA) —
More than 100 men, women
and children from the
Greater, Washington
Jewish community demon-
strated outside the Soviet
Embassy to mark the 51st
birthday of Ida Nudel.
Meanwhile, the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews has
released a photograph of
former= prisoner of con-
science Ida Nudel im-
mediately following her re-
lease from four years of
exile in Siberia. The photo
was taken in Moscow at the
birthday party of another
former PO C Mark
Nashpitz.
Miss Nudel is shown hold-
ing the Nashpitz baby and
with the dog that kept her
company during her exile.
Known as "Guardian
Angel," Miss Nudel was
accused of "malicious
hooliganism" and sent
into exile after hanging a
banner outside her bal-

IDA NUDEL

cony which read "Let Me
Go to Israel."
Nashpitz, a dentis
sentenced to five yea.:;-'in
internal exile for "disturb-
ing the public order." Upon
his release, Nashpitz was
expelled from Moscow and
forced to take up residency
in Strunino. His mother has
been in Israel since 1974.

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Shown in the top photograph at the final report
meeting before the conclusion of the Allied Jewish
Campaign are, from left: Jane Sherman, Joel Tauber,
speaker Howard Stone, Jay Kogan and Shelby
Tauber. In the bottom photograph, the Jewish Com-
munity Center's Culture Club presents its annual con-
tribution to the Campaign. Shown are, from left: Ber-
nard Luchtan, Charles Driker, David Levine of the
Campaign's Metropolitan Division, Manuel Ritten,
Zigmund Binder and Sarah Burton.

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The past 12 years have wit-
nessed a major shift in pub-
lic attitudes towards ethnic
integration in the schools
and hostile reactions have
-practically disappeared, the
director-general of the Edu-
cation Ministry stated at a
seminar on integration.

University
Hebrew
sociologist Haim Adler said
that the constantly rising
rate of "intermarriage" be-
tween Jews of different cul-
tural backgrounds indicates
the social success of integra-
tion. Intermarriage across
cultural lines has almost
doubled since 1970.

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