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June 21, 1991 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-21

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• SPRING•SUMAR SALE
Begins Wed. June 26th

nah Michelle, sister to Emily
Nicole. Thrilled grandparents
are Morris and Rosalyn
Rubin of West Bloomfield and
Ray and Eunice Lobdell of
Bloomington, Minn. Hannah
is named in loving memory of
her paternal great-grand-
mother, Hilda Rubin.

30 % •75 % OFF

APRIL 19 David and Bette
Birnbaum of New York City
joyfully announce the birth of
their son, Samuel Hersch,
brother to Hannah. Judith.
Proud grandparents are
Aaron and Fran (Dwoskin)
Leash of Beachwood, Ohio,
formerly of Detroit, and Edda
Birnbaum of New York.
Samuel Hersch is named in
blessed memory of his mater-
nal great-grandfather, Sam
(Zalman) Dwoskin, and his
paternal great-uncle, Hersch
(Tzvi).

Maternity— Children's— Layette



Mark and Anne
FEB. 13
(Rosenbloom) Klisman happi-
ly announce the birth of their
adorable daughter Rachel
Elizabeth. Rachel is the
granddaughter of Sophie and
Bernard Klisman of Novi and
the late Isadore (Itzie) and
Essie Rosenbloom. She is
named for her paternal great-
grandmother, Regina Klis-
man and her paternal great-
uncle, Israel Teich.

ALL DEPARTMENTS

baby

Chabad Center
Hosts Lectures

Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
of Bais Chabad Torah Center
will deliver a lecture 8:15 p.m.
June 24 on "Pinchus — Por-
trait Of A Zealot" at the Bais
Chabad Torah Center. The
lecture is part of a series on
basic Judaism. For informa-
tion, call 855-6170.
C.H.A.I. (Chabad Adult In-
stitute of Birmingham/
Bloomfield) will host a lecture
on "The Jewish Belief Of
Resurrection" 8 p.m. June 25
at the Chabad Center, 211
Lowell Court. For informa-
tion, call 646-3010.

No charges. All sales
final. Not applicable
to any previous soles.

Hours:
Mon.-Sat. 10-5
Thursday 10-8

CLASS OF '92

DAMAGE VS IMPROVEMENT

QUESTION: How do
damages or improvements
to my property affect my
tax status?

ANSWER: Expenses from
damages to your home can
be deducted from your tax
in the year they occur.
Damage from, say, a fire or
windstorm may be partially
deductible as a casualty
loss. After subtracting in-
surance compensation and
an additional $100, any re-
maining cost over that can
be claimed as a deduction.
Improvements, such as an
added porch, finished base-
ment, etc., cannot be
deducted. However, they
can be added to the cost
basis of the house when
figuring the taxable profit
from the sale, thus reducing
it. Try to preserve cancelled
checks and receipted bills.

DAMAGES OR IM-
PROVEMENTS to your
property can affect your
tax bill in different ways.

Please Phone
Ray A. Fox
or drop in at

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Machon L'Torah
Plans Study Groups

Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz,
director of Machon L'Torah,
the Jewish Learning Network
of Michigan, and Rabbi Eli M.
Jundef of Congregation Ohel
Moed will sponsor study
groups in the West Bloomfield
neighborhood.
Classes will meet in homes
and at Congregation Ohel
Moed, 6191 Farmington Rd.,
West Bloomfield.
For information, call Rabbi
Jacobovitz, 967-0888; or Rab-
bi Eli M. Jundef, 967-1806.

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