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May 11, 1979 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-11

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Frida May 11, 1919

40– BUSINESS CARDS

Responsible family man will
paint your home or garage in-
side & out. No job too small, no
Price to big.

Call 541 2064
after 4 pm and
ask for Mel Cohen.

-

PAPER HANGING.
And Painting
28 yrs. experience.
Reasonable prices & reli-
able workmanship.

545.0522

ROOFING

Hot Tar - Shingles

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

EMERGENCY

CALL THE
FURNITURE DOCTOR

•Any Furniture Repair
•Reupholstering
•Refinishing
*Chair Caning
* Our Specialty
is repairing. reglueing & reu-
pholstering dining room chairs.

CALL MARV KAY
851-2550 24HOURS

OSBORNE
LOCAL MOVING

Re-coat - Repair - Replace

Residential & Office
Licensed & Insured.

Siding - Trim - Gutters

421-7774 354-1464

546-0050

\Licensed - Bonded - Insured

PAINTING

Interior, exterior, wall papering.
Free estimates. References.
Work guaranteed. Call anytime.

45—LOST & FOUND

FOUND 11 Mile Rd. Gold man's
ring. 356-7231, after 5.

50 — PERSONAL

SENIOR CITIZENS
OF 10 MILE - GREENFIELD!

Bill Paschal
Painting service

Crime Prevention Program

535-2609 or 535-0178

Thurs. May 17th 1-3 p.m.

No job too small, no price too big.

Lincoln Towers
Community Room

"RODGERS DOES
IT RIGHT"

ALUMINUM
GUTTERS

BY

L.J. RODGERS

Home Improvements
QUALITY WORK
GUARANTEED

399-1233

MEYER MARGOLIS

LANDSCAPING INC.
23 'Yrs. Experience

FREE` ESTIMATES
FREE PROBLEM ANALYSIS

51—MISCELLANEOUS

All new electric motors.
Special low prices. 5 HP,
single phase, heavy duty -
$195. All types of motors,
compressors. & pumps at
or below cost. Repairs.
Open 7 days.

941-2261

53—ENTERTAINMENT

SINGING guitarist/violinist.
Small parties. 398-2462.

BAND

Residential. Commercial.
Industrial. -

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

ALL WORK FULLY INSURED
ALL WORK GUARANTEED

731-6081

416-1191 ASK FOR MEYER

54—CEMETERY LOTS

Member Michigan Assn. of Nurserymen

ARE YOU MOVING?

We will sell your furniture
& contents. Ruth Weiss,
544-3744 or Helen
Keeler, 549-8754.

ALUMINUM SIDING

545-1110

Lowest Prices In Town

EVERGREEN BLDG. CO .

TED'S
WALLPAPER REMOVING

Free Estimates. Insured.
Serving tri-county area.

531-7555

WALL WASHING
(By Machine)
-PAPER HANGING
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Insured
366-5322
- WELLS
Call berm 9a.a. r after 1 p...

FOR SALE - 5 cemetery
plots at Northwest Hebrew
Memorial Park. Excellent
price.

661-4010

Jennie Singer

Jennie Singer, an active
member of Jewish women's
and communal organiza-
tions, died May 8 at age 74.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Singer lived most of her life
in Detroit. She was a
member of Hadassah,
Pioneer Women, Cong. Beth
Achim and with her hus-
band was active in efforts on
behalf of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah.
She leaves her husband,
Joseph; three daughters,
Mrs. Seymour (Lillian) Gal-
lant, Mrs. Jack (Phyllis)
Attis and Mrs. LaWrence
(Marilyn) Guss; nine
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Youth News

SHALOM
ADAT
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will have Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel. The group also
will join Cong. Bnai David's
youth groups for a Tiger
baseball game 1 p.m. Sun-
day at Tiger Stadium. For
reservations, call Ruth In-
denbaum, adviser, 626-
0813, or the youth depart-
ment, 851-5100. There is a
charge.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Migdal
Tzion (ninth-12th grades)
will conduct Shabat serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday in the
board room.
For information about
youth activities, call the
youth department.
* * *
BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth will mark
its annual installation
weekend May 18-20 with
activities at the synagogue.
The weekend will begin 6
p.m. May 18 with a Shabat
dinner in the synagogue.
Services and the installa-
tion will follow at 8. For
reservations to the dinner,
call the synagogue, 547-
7970.
The USY will sponsor a
disco dance, preceded by a
Havdala service, 9:45 p.m.
May 19. Everyone is in-
vited, and there is a charge.
The Shiraleers, Beth
Shalom Youth Choir, will
perform at the Men's Club
Mother's Day brunch 10
a.m. Sunday in the
synagogue.
Participants include:

Jonathan Aaron, Howard
Appel, Gail Block, Steven
Cooper, Ari Darsky, Leigh
Dones, Elizabeth Fealk, Julie
Finstein, Ronit Galazan, Alex
Greenbaum, Shari Katz, Felice
Katzman, Sheryl Katzman, Ellen
Knoppow, Susan Knoppow,
Larry Levine, Nancie Rakotz,
Cheryl Rope, Gershon Ross,
Julie Satz, Rachel Satz, Scott
Shy, Mike Slovis, Barbra ick,
Tun
Kim Yellen, Amy Widenbaum,

Elissa Ash, Sammy Zietz, Robert
Fershtman and Jeff Block.
* * *

BNAI DAVID youth
will attend a Detroit Tiger
baseball game on Supday,
meeting 1 p.m. in the youth
lounge. Bus transportation
will be provided. Special
discounts will be given to
junior congregation mem-
bers who have attended
weekly Shabat services, as
well as for members of the
Sunday morning Talit and
Tefilin Club. Youth age 8 to
16 are invited. Tickets are
limited and must be re-
served in advance by calling
youth directors Danny Kap-
lan, 398-7422, or Hartley
Harris, 967-0735.
Ruach (grades three-four)
will hold an oneg Shabat
dinner May 18, meeting 7
p.m. in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hartley (Debi) Harris,
15270 Kenton, Oak Park. A
program of games, stories
and refreshments will fol-
low. For reservations, con-
tact adviser Mrs. Harris,
967-0735, evenings.
Masada (grades seven-
eight) is sponsoring a candy
sale to raise funds for a
group trip to Cedar Point
and for a charity. Persons
wishing to participate
should contact adviser Kap-
lan or candy sale chairman
Jodi Starr, 543-0554.
Junior congregation
will meet 10 a.m. Satur-
day for Shabat youth
services. Groups are held
for youth age 8 to 14. A
Story Hour for children
age 4 to 7 meets 10 a.m.
Saturdays. A special
youth kidush follows. All
young people are invited.
For information on youth
porgram activities, contact
the synagogue youth line,
557-8325.

be installed at a dinner 6:30
May 27. For reservation
call Mark Eichner, youth p.m. May 24 in the social
hall. A slide presentation of
adviser, 358-0065.
Junior congregation will junior congregation activi-
conduct services 10 a.m. ties from the past year will
May 19 at Federation follow.
For reservations to the
Apartments. Parents are
welcome, and a kidush will dinner, call Bruce David-
son, 358-4283; or Howard
follow.
Talit and Tefilin Club Cooper at the synagogue,
will hold a Mother's Day 357-5544.
A total of 18 junior con-
community breakfast 11
a.m. Sunday in the gregation me rs
synagogue. Tickets are attended the spring nioutz
available in the at Camp Tamarack, under
synagogue office. The the supervi6in of Rabbi
club _will begin its annual Gerald Teller and Cooper.
bowling tournament May They were:
Stuart
Annis,
David
20. Persons who wish to
Mark Nathanson,
run for election should Sandweiss,
Jerry Glen, Eric Gould, Allan
get a petition from ad- Oster, Sheryl Seiferheld, Risa
viser Josh Leopold by Handler, Carl Manello, Michael
May 20. Elections will be Silverstein, Daniel Cohen, Gayle
Young, Marcie Conn, Renee Re-
held June 3. For informa- ich, Bruce Davidson, Bobby
tion on Talit and Tefilin Blum and Julie Weisberg.
a * *
Club, call President
UNITED HEBREW
Mark Cymerint, 547-1348,
SCHOOLS will hold a car-
or Leopold, 968-3594.
For information on youth nival and Maccabia (sports
activities, call Hanan contest) in celebration of
Weizman, youth director, Lagb'Omer 4:30 p.m. Tues-
626-2355, or the synagogue day in the UHS building
auditorium.
office, 548-9000.
The observance will in-
SHAAREY ZEDEK clude volleyball, archery,
junior congregation will baseball; relays and He-
hold its annual election brew games. Prizes will be
awarded, and refreshments
meeting 1:15 p.m. May 20 in
the synagogue. Officers will will be served.

Healthy Baby Week Is Set

Sen. and Mrs. Carl Levin
have been named honorary
chairmen for Healthy Baby
Week, a joint project of the
Midwest Region of Bnai
Brith Women and the
March of Dimes, which will
be observed Sunday
through May 20. -
During the observance
there will be continuing
education classes in nutri-
tion, prenatal care, parent-
ing and genetics provided
* 5 *
free of charge by area com-
BNAI MOSHE junior munity - education and pub-
congregation will see a De- lic services programs. On
troit Tiger baseball game Mother's Day, Sunday,

Charles Angoff, Essayist, Poet
Dead at 77, Was Mencken Peer

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Charles Angoff, a literary

Mrs. Schnitzer,
Yiddish Actress

figure who achieved fame in
both the general and Jewish
fields, died May 3 at age 77.
Beginning his career with
H.L. Mencken, who had just
launched the American
Mercury, he joined Fair-
leigh Dickinson University
in Rutherford, N.J., in 1954
and became professor of
English. After retirement
in 1976, he taught summer

NEW YORK — Henriette
Schnitzer, a Yiddish actress
who began her stage career
at age 8 in her native
Romania, died May 4 at age
84.
When Mrs. Schnitzer
came to the U.S., she re- M. Tabenkin,
ceived a scholarship from
the American Academy of Poet Educator
TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Dramatic Arts. She later
appeared with Maurice Moshe Tabenkin, a poet and
Schwartz, Jacob Ben Ami, educator and a leader in the
Paul Muni and Rudolph Greater Israel Movement,
Schildkraut, as well as star- died May 5 at age 62.
Mr. Tabenkin, an active
ring in her own company in
kibutz member and promi-
the U.S. and abroad.
Among the plays in which . nent in the kibutz move-
she performed were "Awake ment, was education officer
and Sing," "Green Fields," of the northern front during
the 1948 War of Indepen-
"The Bronx Express," "Gab
riel and His Women" and dence. He was the eldest son
"Potash and Perlmutter." of Yitzhak Tabenkin, one of
She also appeared on radio the founders of Kibutz Ein
in "The Goldbergs" for 15 Harod as well as one of the
years. She also had her own first leaders of Achdut
radio program in New York. Haavoda.

sessions at Vermont Uni-
versity.
Mr. Angoff published dur-
ing his lifetime 30 books of
essays, fiction, poetry and
plays. He became widely
known for a series of novels
of Jewish American life cen-
tered on a Polonsky family
in Boston during World War
I and the Great Depression.
Among his Jewish ac-
tivities, Mr. Angoff was
advisory editor to the
Jewish Book Guild and a
faculty member of Bnai
Brith Institutes.
In 1969, he received a
special award for major con-
tributions to Jewish litera-
ture from the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of
New York.

Not ilis Move

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
During a visit to Israel,
chess master Victor Kor-
chnoi said he does not want
to settle in the Jewish state
because he does not believe
himself qualified to be an
Israeli citizen.

SEN., MRS. LEVIN

women delivering babies
that day will be given a spe-
cial honor and special
prayers will be said by area
religious groups.
Free seminars will be
offered as a public serv-
ice by the Southfield Pub-
lic Schools Community
Education Program in
cooperation with Provi-
dence Hospital.
The week of programs
and activities will conclude
with a special Day of the
Child observance noon-5
p.m. May 20 at Northland
Center.
A free family fashion
at
show will be offered.
/ill
3 p.m. Sen. Levi
speak. There will be free
exhibits, display booths and
more.
Barbara Zonder is gen-
eral chairman of the
project. She is assisted by
Janet Gubkin, vice
chairman, arrangements;
Sheila Rose, vice chair-
man, program; Sandy
Cogan, vice chairman,
public relations; Gloria
Ellis, Bnai Brith Women's
Midwest Region board
chairman; Fran Kravitz,
Midwest Region director;
and Betty Pfister, direc-
tor of program, March of
Dimes.
The public is invited. For
schedule of seminars, call
the Southfield Public
Schools, 354-7456.

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