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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-03

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52 Friday, June 3, 1977

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

METRO CARPET
& FLOOR SERVICE

Carpet steam cleaning,
wood-vinyl floor service. Up-
holstery cleaning.
Free Estimates.

541-0278

C.C. KIRBY CONST. CO .,

Brick block, stone, cement.

All size jobs.
Free Estimates
Reasonable

398 6876

-

PAINTING

EXTERIOR-INTERIOR

Exterior special

for ranches — $125.

547-3944 and 968-7942

QUALITY
PAINTING

at
Reasonable rates.
Interior & Exterior
557-7960
3 98-2 773

JOE MECHANIC

Sewing machine repairs.
Domestic & Industrial. All
types & models

538 2209

-

BALCO
CONSTRUCTION CO.

.

LICENSED BY
THE STATE OF MICH.
Aluminum siding. Gutters & Trim

559-4668

r

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40



40 — BUSINESS CARDS

BUSINESS CARDS

MOVING?

F. W. STEWART
MOVING CO.

"THE MOVING MEN"
Professional courteo(s serv-
ice. Insured low rates. Excel-
lent references.
588-2418

E. LARKINS
MOVERS

-

51 — MISCELLANEOUS

Referral service,
personalized since 1946

USED -railroad ties. Pressure
treated — 55.00 each.

822-3417
PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

Call after 6 om

554-1111

53 — ENTERTAINMENT

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

FREDDY SHEYER -One man
orchestra. Guitar. Violin. Vocal.
Drum. 398-2462.

422-3764 (days)
937-8374 (eves)

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture clean-
ing. Wall washing, custom
painting, interior-exterior.

UJA Appoints
Jane Sherman

541-0278
TEPELI
CUSTOM
HOUSE PAINTING

Interior - Exterior

Small repairs

Call 541 - 4326 after 4 pm

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Guaranteed 18
years. Experienced — lowest
price.

559-7398

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sills
were married on .Lune 5.
1927. in the garden of the
bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Slomovitz. 545
Kenilworth in Detroit. They .
will celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversary Sun-
day evening at a family din-
ner at Hucks Bavarian Vil-
lage.
The celebrants' happiness
%kill have an added aspect
two nights later, as an echo
of their more than 20 years
of services for the handi-
capped which became their
life's work and for which
they have been highly hon-
ored in Michigan.
On Tuesday evening. in
honor of their golden wed-
ding. Philip and Faye Sills
will be hosts at a dinner,
also at Hucks Bavarian Vil-
lage. for 60 handicapped
children from the Plymouth
Center for Human Devel-
opment. Emil Huck. the res-
taurant owner. who has co-
operated with the Sills in
their sponsorship of similar
events for the needy, is co-
operating in arrangements
for this anniversary gift for
the children.
This is really the heart of

the story related to the
Sillses idealism.
Mrs. Sills has to her cred-
it 13.000 hours of services
for the children in the
Plymouth Center and Mr.
Sills' is an 8000-hour record.
Mrs. Sills was awarded the
coveted Heart of Gold
Award in 1972. In 1976, she
and her husband were hon-
ored by the Elks with the
Citizens of the Year Award
for their many services for
needy children.
Half blind herself. Mrs.
Sills seldom failed to attend
to the volunteer services :at
the Plymouth Center on an
average of three to five
days a wekk. She secured
gifts for the children. made
parties for them, enter-
tained them at dinners and
the functions she sponsored
for many of them at Uncle
John's Pancake House drew
attention to that restaurant
and the joy that was provid-
ed there for under-
privileged.
MrS. Sills commenced
these activities nearly 25
years ago at the Fort Cus-
ter State Home. She has
earned an honorary mem-
bership there.

S I verman-Aqaucti

Hafassah to Honor Volunteers,
Donors at Its Election Meeting

JANE SHERMAN

To: The Jewish News

17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.

Suite 865
Southfield, Mich. 48075

wEuE JUST

141

From

Paste in old label

:

NAME

Please Allow Two Weeks

to Aid Handicapped; Couple's Services Cited

kifei Solemnized

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

1

To

COLLEGE STUDENTS
With furniture van will move
you expertly at economy
rates.
Insured
288 4055
549-5 1 16

Philip Sillses' Golden Wedding Also Event

J

The appointment of .Jane
Sherman as national chair-
man of the Young Women's
Ledership Cabinet. a new di-
vision of the United Jewish
Appeal. has been an-
nounced by UJA executive
vice chairman Irving Bern-
stein.
The cabinet's ultimate
goal is to reach young Jew-
ish women who have not
been actively involved in
Jewish campaigns and to in-
spire and educate them so
that they become in-
tegrated. active partici-
pants in their own commu-
nities.
Mrs. Sherman has been
involved for many years in
the Women's Division of the
.Jewish Welfare Federation
of Detroit. She has served
on the division's board of di-
rectors since 1969. This
year she was chairman of
the Women's Division 8500
Section. a member of Feder-
ation's Community Services
budgeting division and a
member of the .Jewish Com-
munity Center hoard. on
which she has served for
nine ,tears.
She is also a member of
the executive committee
for leadership development
of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare
Funds. vice chairman of-
the National UJA Women's
Division Young Leadership
and a member of the ILIA
National Campaign Cabi-
net. She has taken part in
live ILIA missions to Israel.

"Let everyone sweep in
front of his own door, and
the whole world will he
clean."
—Goethe

MRS. SILVERMAN

Debra Ilene Agauas and
Howard Silverman were
married in a recent ceremo-
ny at Cong. Beth Abraham-
Hillel. Rabbi Israel Halpern
and Cantor Shabtai Acker-
man officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David
Agauas of Corning Ave..
Oak Park. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Silverman of
Dartmouth Ave.. Oak Park.
Debbie Silverman, sister
of the bridegroom. was
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Sue Cielinski. Niki Dis-
ner. Yoria Drasnin and
Ellen King.
Best man was Howard
Burlak. Ushers were Mark
Silverman. brother of the
bridegroom: Philip Pro-
how: and Michael and Air-
man Alan Agauas of Califor-
nia. brothers of the bride.
Erika Disner was flower
girl. The bridegroom's
grandmother. Sarah SilYer-
man of Miami Beach. Fla..
also participated.
Following a Caribbean
cruise honeymoon. the
couple is living in Farm-
ington I [ills.

Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah will
have its tribute to listed
donors. election and installa-
tion Tuesday at Adat Sha-
lom Synagogue.
A gourmet brunch will be
tendered donors and Hadas-
sah volunteers. Admission
is by invitation. and there
is a nominal charge.
Mrs. Howard Parven.
donor records chairman.
will preside. Assisting her
will be Mesdames Emery
Klein. Jay Robinson. Albert
Newman. Harold Provizer.
Louis Wohl. James August.
David Rottenberg. Richard
Rosenthal. Isaiah Shafir.
Jesse Johnson and Russell
Meskin.
Elections will be held fol-
lowing 12:30 p.m. dessert
and coffee. Mrs. Klein is
chairman of the afternoon.
Mrs. Sidney J. Winer, chair-
man of the nominating com-
mittee, will present the
slate and Mrs. Jerome Kauf-

Egyptian Hatred

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—
United Press International
correspondent Stuart Klar-
man reported in Israel that
during his latest visit to
Egypt he found little evi-
dence of hatred for Israel.
He said during dis-
cussions with merchants.
students and others the
problem of Israel was hard-
ly ever mentioned.

Peace or War?

TEL AVIV t ZINS I- Matti
Golan of I Iam .et/ reports
that President Carter told
American Jewish leaders re-
cently that Israel will be-
come a properous Sing-
apore in the Middle East..if
there is peace. or a Viet T
q-iam or Algeria. if there is
a continued state of war.

MR., MRS. SILLS

Mr. Sills was born in
Brooklyn. N. Y.. and was
brought to Detroit as a
child by his parents. the
late Mr. and Mrs. David Sil-
verstein.

Mrs. Sills was born in
Russia and was brought by
her parents to Bayonne, N.
J., as an infant. She came,..
to Detroit with her family
in 1918.

The Sillses have two
daughters. Mrs. Sidney
Jack (Miriam) Parel and
Mrs. Dennis (Mae)
O'Connor. and five grand-
children.

. PARVEN, KAUFMAN

man will be installing offi-
cer.
A musical - Salute to
Broadway,"' will highlight
the afternoon. Babysitting
will be available at no
charge for children age 2
and older.
The Hadassah Thrift Shop
van will be available to
gather items for the shop.

Israeli Elections
Histadrut Topic

NEW YORK—A projec-
tion into the political and --
cial future of Israel in'\„
wake of the national elec-
tions May 17. will be the
theme of the season's first
llistadrut Round Ruble.
.h o le 4. at Ilistadrut House
in New York.

New Water Line

NEW YORK—Rabbi Joel
Kramer. principal of the
Prospect Park Yeshiva
High School for Girls
(Brooklyn. N.Y.). was re-
elected as president of the
National Conference of Ye-
shiva Principals. an affil-
iate of Torah Umesorah.
the National Society for
Hebrew Day Schools.

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