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June 14, 1985 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-14

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TH E E DETROIT JEWI§f-IAEWt 1

Friday, Sue :14; 1985

BORENSTEIN'S
qi LOUISE M. BITTKER, J.D.

BOOKS, GIFTS, RECORDS AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES

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announces

The Expansion and
Relocation of Her Office
for the
GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW

Special Emphasis On

FAMILY LAW

INCLUDING

• DIVORCE
• CUSTODY
• POST-JUDGMENT REMEDIES

30800 Telegraph Road - Suite 2985
Birmingham, MI 48010 (South of 13)

NO FEE
FOR INITIAL CONSULTATION

Our deep appreciation to the Detroit Scholarship Com-
mittee School of Nursing, Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem, for their support of our institution. We cor-
dially invite you to attend the graduation of the 1985.
Class on October 21, 1985. At that time members of the
Detroit Committee willpresent the diplomas to the
graduates.

Special thanks to the donors who provided scholarships
to the 26 students.

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Call 354-6060

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Endowment Funds

Sudan Query
On Jews Starts

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Markel
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Baker
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Hamburger Mr. & Mrs. Mike Must
Mrs. Emma Schaver
Mrs. Jules Kraft

3-Year Scholarships

Mr. & Mrs. Allen Charlupski
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Fetter
Mrs. Rose Herman
Mr. & Mrs. Mike Must

Mrs. Pearl Nosanchuk
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Nusbaum
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Platt
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Ring

1-Year Scholarships

Mrs. Jacob Nosanchuk
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Belinsky
Mr. Max Nosanchuk
Mrs. Charles Cohen
Pearl Nosanchuk & Family
Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Nusbaum
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Dorfman
(in memory of Laura Nusbaum)
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Feigelman
Mrs. Herbert Parzen
Mrs. Fred Hopfeld
Mr. & Mrs. David Pollack
Mrs. Bella Hordes
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Posen
Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Knoppow
Mrs. Edith Posner
Mrs. Zigmund Konigsberger
Mr. & Mrs. Burton Rosen
Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Krakovits
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Schubot
Mr. & Mrs. Leo Laufer
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Shenkman
Mrs. David Mertz
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Nosanchuk Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Soberman
Mr. & Mrs. James Wechsler

Rachel Meir, Director
School of Nursing
Shaare Zedek Hospital
** *****************************
Please come to the Scholarship Luncheon on June 24,
1985 at 12:00 o'clock at the Clubhouse of the Summit
Apartments, Northwestern Hwy. North of Middlebelt.

For reservations, call

968-0684

Jerusalem (JTA) — Foreign
airlines . serving Israel are vigor-
ously lobbying Knesset members
against the $300 travel tax that
went into effect last Monday.
They are warning that the tax
will curtail travel to and from
Israel.
The measure is one of more
than 20 economic austerity pro-
posals adopted by the Cabinet
last month. Intended both to
raise revenue and ,conserve
foreign currency by discouraging
overseas travel by Israelis, it
doubled the previous $150 travel
head tax and added 20 percent
of the air fare to the travelers'
destinations. •
Edward Frankfurt, of TWA,
the only American air carrier
serving Israel sent a letter to all
Knesset members last week in
his capacity as chairman of a
panel of foreign airline repre-
sentatives. It warned that the
higher tax and the 20 percent
increment would turn Israel into
"a marginal and unstable mar-
ket which cannot be taken seri-
ously by the airlines."
The Association of Travel
Agents in Israel, backed by the
Ministry of Tourism, sounded
the same warning before the
travel tax was increased. The
tax hike was also opposed by
immigrants' associations, who
said it would prevent many Is-
raelis from visiting their
families abroad and would deter
potential immigrants from set-
tling in Israel.

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Hillel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit admits Jewish students of any race, color, national or
ethnic origin. Its admission and scholarship programs are non-discriminatory. No child will be
denied an education at Hillel because of parents inability to pay the full charges. Tuition allowances
will continue to be granted based on individual needs.

London (JTA) — According to
the state radio of Sudan, the
judicial investigation seeking to
charge those involved in the
clandestine transport of Ethio-
pian Jews to Israel has formally
begun, the World Jewish Con-
gress reported.
Radio Khartoum reported that
"the file of Ethiopian Jews
Falasha case is judicially opened
here." The broadcast stated that
the ousted vice president, Umar
Muhammad Al-Tayyib, who had
directed the state security appa-
ratus during the Nimery re-
gime, is being charged with
treason and espionage in con-
nection with the case.

Meese Backs
Hunt For Nazis

New York (JTA) — U.S. At-
torney General Edwin Meese
has pledged the Justice Depart-
ment's full support to the Office
of Special Investigations in its
efforts against Nazi war crimi-
nal living in the U.S.
Meese assured Jewish leaders
that the OSI would have the
means to proceed "full throttle
ahead" with its work, acc
to the World Jewish Con
s.
Last month, there was a
nationwide campaign
spearheaded by various Baltic
and Ukrainian emigre groups to
prevent the OSI from continuing
with its drive to flush out Nazi
criminals living in the U.S.

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