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August 27, 1982 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-27

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24 Friday, August 21, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

553-7111

LaSalle

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BUMPING & PAINTING

All work guaranteed

Free Estimates

Reliable and Experienced since 1930
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on all makes of cars

28829 Orchard Lake Rd., between 12 & 13 Mile
Farmington Hills, MI. 48018
Max Fleischer

Congregation Shaarey Shomayim

announces that our

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Will Be Held At Pepper School
Dartmouth at Church (1 blk. s. of 10 Mile) Oak Pa . rk

Cantors: DENNIS M. EISENBERG &
REB. MOTTEL WEISS

will officiate - traditional liturgy

RABBI DR. LEO Y. GOLDMAN

will deliver the sermon

for reservations call the office
LI 2-4444 or LI 7-8555
,
or members of the ticket committee

Samuel Kreisman 399-483
Jena Roth 541-9139
Alex Friedman 541-2895

Julius Cigler 968-3514
Michael Weiss 831-1900, 399-5388

Traditional Hebrew-English - Prayer Book Available Free.
Our Daily Services and Classes Throughout The Year Are Held
Every Morning and Evening At 15110 West Ten Mile Rd., Oak
Park.

Changes Made
for Immigrants

JERUSALEM (JNI) — A
long-negotiated arrange-
ment to give immigrants
the option of receiving a
standing loan in lieu of cus-
toms and tax exemptions
will take effect as soon as it
is signed by Finance Minis-
ter Yoram Aridor.
Last week, the ministries
of finance and absorption,
the custom authorities and
the Jewish Agency finally
reached agreement on the
optional loan of up to
120,000 shekels ($4,000).
Under the new system, an
immigrant will have to de-
cide whether he wants to re-
ceive a customs exemption
on all household goods, or
whether he wants to receive
a standing loan which can
be used only to purchase
electrical goods or to help
pay for an apartment. All
household goods that are
not electrical appliances
may continue to be pur-
chased without taxes.
If, after five years, the
immigrant has not
touched any of the stand-
ing loan, the money is
freed for whatever pur-
pose he chooses. The loan
then becomes a non-
repayable grant.
Until now, new immig-
rants have had to go to a
customs office to receive
written authorization to
buy electrical appliances
without taxes.

Look Us Over
Adat Shalom Synagogue

SYNAGOGUE OPEN HOUSE

Sunday, August 29, 1982
2:00-5:00 P.M.
851-5100

Innovative Nursery School
• Synagogue
Summer Day Camp
Morning Babysitting
• Shabbat
United Hebrew School Branch
• Shabbat
Bar and Bat Mitzvahs

Confirmation Program
Dynamic Youth Groups, 5th-12th grade
Fl Emphasis on "Family Programs"
Quality Kosher Catering

29901 MIDDLEBELT, FARMINGTON HILLS 48018

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Podoloff NBA Pioneer

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

Maurice Podoloff cele-
brated his 91st birthday
earlier this month. Podoloff
is the former commissioner
of the National Basketball
Association.
A Russian immigrant, he
ended up serving, simul-
taneously, as commissioner
for the NBA and as
president of the American
Hockey League.
He retired from the NBA
at 70, after a yeoman strug-
gle to get the league on firm
footing. He was fortunate in
that he, at that particular
time of NBA operation, had
the aid and guidance of sev-
eral knowledgeable Jewish
promoters and owners.
A
strong,
forceful
speaker, Podoloff made no
bones about his Jewishness

and let people know, at all
times, where he stood on
matters that involved his
ethnic background. A fluent
Yiddishist, he had no com-
punctions about lapsing
into Yiddish when he was
among friends and people
who understood the lan-
guage.

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JERUSALEM — More
than 200,000 saplings were
planted throughout Israel
during last February's Tu
b'Shevat ceremonies. Some
23,000 persons participated
in a march in the Jordan
Valley, culminating in a
tree-planting ceremony.

New Office

JERUSALEM — Arkia,
Israel's inland airline, has
moved its head offices to the
Tel Aviv Sde Dov airport.

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Torah Umesorah
Seminar Attracts
130 Educators

- NEW YORK — Some 130
teachers from 60 Hebrew
day schools in North
America have completed a
four-week training seminar
sponsored by Torah
Umesorah, the National
Society for Hebrew Day
Schools.
The seminar, staffed by
top level educators from
American and Israeli
schools, was geared to meet
the critical personnel needs
of North America's Hebrew
day school movement,
which includes 500 schools
in 36 states and five Cana-
dian provinces.
Workshops in nine cur-
riculum areas served as the
core of the seminar along
with an "ulpan" or an accel-
erated refresher course in
intensive Hebrew language
study.

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Prospective members are invited to come . . . view our
facilities . . . meet our staff . . . and learn about our flexible
Synagogue Dues Structure and Religious School.

CALL
A. Irving Schnipper, Rabbi
Mildreth Rubinoff,
Executive Director
Barry V. Levine,
Director of Education & Youth

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