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December 29, 1989 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-29

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If you want higher income
from your assets, how
about giving them away

through...

Friday, Jan. 5, 1990
8:00 p.m.
Congregation
Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses
West Bloomfield

• increased current or retirement income

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ly to study Jewish tradition,
observe the holidays and
view Jewish films.
The congregation has a
program for Soviet teen-
agers to introduce them to
American Jewish life.
More than 100 Soviet
Jewish families now attend
services at Sherith Israel, an
historic structure that sur-
vived the 1906 and 1989 ear-
thquakes.
Some 60 Soviet-Jewish
families have been in-
tegrated into synagogue life
in Pittsburgh, where Rabbi
Mark Staitman of Rodef
Shalom Temple called on all
of the city's congregations to
appoint volunteer coor-
dinators.
Through the coordinators,
"mentor families" were
solicited in each congrega-
tion that accepted respon-
sibility for helping new ar-
rivals from the USSR find
apartments, arrange for
utilities and make appoint-
ments with volunteer and
government agencies and
educational and health care
institutions.
Other functions of "mentor
families" include inviting
the newcomers to their
homes for dinner, showing
the how to shop at grocery
stores and how to using
banking facilities; and
taking them to museums,
movies and sporting events.

Reparations N
Still Missing

West Berlin (JTA) — A
yearlong investigation has
been unsuccessful in
locating 30 million marks —
now worth about $17 million
— in reparations funds
allegedly embezzled by the
late Werner Nachmann, who
was chairman of West Ger-
many's Jewish community
until his death in 1988.
A joint statement admit-
ting the failure to account
for the missing money was
released last week by Heinz
Galinski, Nachmann's suc-
cessor, and Interior Minister
Wolfgang Schaeuble.
The statement affirmed,
however, that Nachmann
was believed culpable and
that there existed no
evidence of wrongdoing by
anyone else.
The money was provided to
the special fund for repara-
tions to Holocaust survivors
by the Bonn Finance Min-
istry and administered by
the Council of Jewish Com-
munities of West Germany.

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• attractive tax deductions

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• elimination of capital gains taxation

• reduction or elimination of estate taxes

• increased asset value

• asset replacement

• significant charitable donation potential

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You are
invited to share
a Shabbat Service
led by

Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper

Let the Federated Endowment Fund show you how a

CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUST may fit into your

1989 and 1990 financial planning.

Contact:

United Jewish Charities/Federated Endowment Fund
163 Madison Avenue • Detroit, MI 48226-2180
(313) 965-3939, ext. 125

Congregation B'nai Moshe

presents

Dr. Jack
Jack Sobel

Chief of Department of
Infectious Diseases,
Wayne State Medical School
Will Present

CAN WE PROTECT OURSELVES
AGAINST INFECTIOUS DISEASES?

JANUARY EVENTS

• Sun. Jan. 7 — 7:00 P.M. —
Torah Study Club, Synaoguge Board Room.
• Mon. Jan. 8 —
Nursery School Classes Resume.
• Fri., Jan. 12 to Sun., Jan. 14 —
Family Retreat, Camp Maas
• Fri., Jan. 19 — 7:00 P.M. —
Dinner and "Rap" with Rabbi for Youth.
• Sat., Jan. 20 —
Sisterhood Shabbat & Luncheon.
• Sun., Jan. 21 —
Torah Study Club, Synagogue Board Room.
• Sat., Jan. 27 — 8:00 P.M. —
Cabaret Night

For information and/or reservations call 548-9000

ONEG SHABBAT FOLLOWING
Refreshments Served

r ex r a

rx ay, February1990

Congregation Beth Shalom

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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