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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-15

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40—BUSINESS CARDS

AZIR PAINTING &
DECORATING
Interior-Exterior
Free Estimates
Reasonable rates.

Call 477-4786

AIR-CONDITIONING

40—BUSINESS CARDS

Resumes — structurecVcreative.
Interview preparation/Inst. By
appointment. --At your con-
venience.
Master Charge/Visa

AVOCATION AFFINITY
569-3570

FREE ESTIMATES

Heating - Humidifiers
Refrigerators

Painting
Interior - Exterior

BOB MENDELSON

Call Dave
776-1754

541-2239

_

SAVE $$ SPECIAL

New roof, repairs, flat roof.
Free Estimates
30 years experience.

WALTER OFFMAN

883-3939

MOVING?
YOUNG MEN

With furniture van will move
you expertly at economy rates.

Insured

589-0682

549-5116

REUBEN
CUSTOM
PAINTING

INTERIOR- EXTERIOR

Free Estimates
559-2585

MICHAEL BLACK
For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

352-1923

QUALITY SERVICE
SEWER & DRAIN

Plumbing Repairs

Sewer Cleaning
Sumo Pumo Reoairs
Emergency Calls

J. SHEVACH

545-4828

F. W. STEWART
MOVING CO.
"THE MOVING MEN"

Professional courteous service.
Insured low rates. Excellent ref-
erences.

557-2208

PAINTING

51—MISCELLANEOUS

HOSPITAL BED complete deliv-
ered and set-up. $110. 779-
3200.

53 — ENTERTAINMENT

SINGING guitarist, violinist plus
Disco tapes. 398-2462.

Female vocalist & pianist.
Music will make your wed-
ding; parties, luncheons,
etc. more memorable. Var-
ied programs.

398-9451

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731.6081

54 — CEMETERY LOTS

Two grave lots in very
good location at 'Beth El
Memorial Park Cemetery
for sale or trade with simi-
lar lots at Cloverhill or Oak
view Cemeteries.

Call in evening

968-7532

SHAAREY ZEDEK

junior congregation elected
David Baruch president at
its recent election meeting.
Other officers are: Sharon
Manello and Risa Handler,
vice presidents; Carl Man-
ello, treasurer; and Wendy
Joyrich and Danny Ham-
burger, secretaries.

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

Bill Paschal
Painting service

535-2609 or 535-0178

No job too small, no price too big.

ALL CITY
)OVING & STORAGE, INC.

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Complete moving serv-
ices anywhere in Michi-
gan. Uniformed men. Free
estimates.

Licensed. Bonded & Insured.
5349401.

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

DAVID BARUCH

Board members are:
Daniel Cohen, Marcie
Conn, Jerry Glen, Eric
Gould, Nancy Joyrich,
Allan Oster, Renee Reich
and Gayle Young.
The group will partici-
pate in the Central Region
United Synagogue Youth
summer boards Monday
through Wednesday at
Cong. Beth Achim. Attend-
ing the board meeting are:
David Baruch and Risa
Handler. For information,
call the synagogue, 357-
5544.

r Youth News

ADAT

SHALOM

Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will have its last
youth service for the school
year 10 a.m. Saturday in the
chapel. The group will start
weekly services again in
September.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Migdal
Tzion (ninth-12th grades)
will begin their installation
weekend 6 p.m. today at the
synagogue with Kabalat
Shabat services. After serv-
ices, a Shabat dinner will be
served after which the fol-
lowing officers will be in-
stalled for the 1979-1980
year: Shoresh — President,
Jeffrey Lupovitch; vice
Miriam
presidents,
Jonathan
Starkman,
Greenberg and Marcie
Freedland; treasurer,
Hadas Reiter; and secre-
tary, Peter May.
Migdal Tzion officers are:
President, Steven Levy;
vice presidents, Andrew
Rocklin, Erit Gill, Julie
Greenberg and Tami Lifton;
treasurer, David Gottfried;
and secretary, Leonard
Jacobson.
The two groups will
conduct Shabat services
10 a.m. Saturday in the
board room. Barry Frank
will read from the Torah.
Youth services will con-
clude at this time and re-
sume in September.
Shoresh and Migdal
Tzion members will meet
for a barbecue 11:30 a.m.
Sunday at the home of Steve
and Jon Levy, 5330 Deer-
field Village, West Bloom-
field. From there, the
groups will go to the Detroit
Zoo for the afternoon.
For information about
youth activities, call the
youth department, 851-
5100.
* * *
BETH ACHIM Junior
Congregation will hold its
final meeting of the season
10 a.m. Saturday in the
synagogue. Certificates will
be awarded to junior con-
gregation members who
attend regularly. Rabbi
Milton Arm will make the
presentations.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth will hold its annual
installation 7 p.m. Saturday
following Minha services.
The installation program
will be a part of the Seudab
Shlishit. Robert Goldsmith
will be installed as the new
president of Lahav USY.
Maariv and Havdala serv-
ices will follow. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call immediate past
president, Susan Friedman,
968-4558.
Lahav conducts serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturdays in
the Klein Chapel. Nit-
zanim (Blossoms) will
conduct a Story Hour
throughout the summer
10 a.m. Saturdays in the
synagogue.
Beth Achim USY will
host the Central Region
Summer Boards Monday
through Wednesday. Regis-
tration will begin at 11 a.m.
Monday, when the Greater
Detroit USY Presidents
Council will meet. At 8:45

p.m. Tuesday, ,a square
dance will be held for all
USY members at Beth
Achim. There is a charge.
* * *
BETH
CONG.
United
SHALOM
Synagogue Youth President
Stuart Sandweiss and
regional board member
Terry Schwartz will repre-
sent their synagogue youth
group at the regional sum-
mer board meeting Monday
through Wednesday at
Cong. Beth Achim.
USY and Kadima will go
to Cedar Point Thursday,
meeting 7:30 a.m. at the
synagogue. There is a
charge. For information,
call advisers Karen Knop-
pow, 569-8008, or Barbara
Dworin, 649-0858.
Kadima will install its
officers 8 p.m. today in the
synagogue. Officers to be
installed are: President,
Cindy Bakst; vice president,
Sheryl Litt; secretary,
Susan Newman; and
chairmen, Amy Gold,
Karen Finstein and Shari
Mickel. Everyone is invited.
* * *
BNAI DAVID will hold a
family picnic 11 a.m. Sun-
day under the shelter at
Oak Park Major Park.
There will be games, con-
tests and prizes for children
and adults. Food and drinks
will be sold. The event is
co-sponsored by the youth
program and the synagogue
men's club. The public is in-
vited.
Shabat junior congrega-
tion (age 8 to 14) and Story
Hour (age 4 to 7) will end
the year 10 a.m. Saturday
with an awards ceremony
and luncheon. Friends are
welcome.
Members to receive
awards for attending
Shabat youth services dur-
ing the year are: Ethan
Berkove, Betsy Bernard,
Greta Bernard, Lisa Chat-
lin, Robbie Chatlin, Riva
Dines, Jeff Kaufman,
Andrea Lampear, Rich-
ard Lampear, Esther
Lipenholtz, David Nathan,
Lisa Orechkin, Jeremy
Shere, Todd Steam and Gil
Stebbins.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will hold its final meeting
of the year at 9 a.m. Sun-
day in the small chapel.

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Friday, June 15, 1979 61

E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Following services and
breakfast, members will
play baseball and help to
set up for the family pic-
nic. Alan Hurvitz is ad-
viser.
Youth groups will close
out the year with trips to
Cedar Point and Bob-Lo for
youth in grades three
through 12. Registration
forms for these trips must be
returned in advance to a
youth leader or the
synagogue office.
Ruach (grades three
through four) will go to
Bob-Lo June 22, meeting
8:30 a.m. at the synagogue.
Parents are needed to
to the boat dock. For infor-
mation, contact adviser
Debi Chinsky Harris, 967-
0735.
Ha-or (grades five
through six) will visit Cedar
Point Wednesday, meeting
7:15 a.m. at the synagogue.
Bus transportation will be
provided. Participants
should bring a lunch.
Dinner will be provided. For
information, contact ad-
viser Marsha Katz, 968-
7260.
Masada (grades seven
through eight) will end
the year with its trip to
Cedar Point on Tuesday.
Members will gather 7:15

a.m. at the synagogue,
and travel by chartered
bus. Lunch should be

Student Wins
Art Honors

Ellen Cantor, a graduat-
ing senior from Andover
High School in Bloomfield
Hills, has been awarded
high honors in the national
Scholastic Art Awards
competition held last month
in New York City. Her
portfolio of drawings and
paintings won a scholarship
from the Art Students
League of New York in this
nationally recognized high
school art exhibition con-
ducted by Scholastic Maga-
zines, Inc.
In the Wayne and Oak-
land Counties regional
Scholastic Art Exhibition
held in April at the Tel-12
Mall, three of Miss Cantor's
entries were awarded gold
keys.
Miss Cantor also is the re-
cipient of the art schol-
arship of Kalamazoo Col-
lege for 1979. She has been a
student of the
Birmingham-Bloomfield
Art Association- throughout
her high school years.
She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Cantor.

Seaholm Names
Miss Braverman
Co-Valedictorian

Patricia Braverman has
been
named co-
brought, and dinner will
be provided. For infor- valedictorian of her
mation, contact adviser graduating class at Sea-
Danny Kaplan, 398-7422, holm High School.
The daughter of Mr. and
evenings.
Mrs. Arthur Braverman,
Atid senior group (grades Miss Braverman was Na-
nine-12) will travel to Cedar tional Honor Society
Point Thursday, meeting- president, and is a member
7:15 a.m. at the synagogue. of the school's varsity de-
Transportation will be by bate team. She has been in-
chartered bus. All teens are volved in a variety of school
invited. For information, activities.
contact adviser Hartley Detroiter Marks
Harris, 967-0735, evenings.
For 'information contact His Graduation
youth directors Kaplan or
David M. Rube, son of
Harris at the synagogue, Cantor and Mrs. Sidney
557-8325.
Rube of Southfield, was
graduated from the Yeshiva
* * *
High School in Skokie, Ill.
CONG. BNAI MOSHE
The high school is the
Senior United Synagogue
preparatory
division of the
Youth members Susan
Hebrew Theological Col-
Klein, Michael Ungar and
Michael Weil will partici- lege.
The younger Rube is class
pate in the USY pilgrimage
president and co-editor of
to Israel this summer.
the high school yearbook.
They will join 700 teena- He received the Yeshiva
gers from the U.S. and Parents Association Service
Canada for six weeks of in- Award "for his outstanding
tensive study, touring and contributions in the area of
school service."
traveling.

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