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68 Friday, November 14, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

FURNITURE
REPAIR

K & M

INSURED PROFESSIONALS

Specializing in wallpaper re-
moval and wall prep. Dry wall and
plaster repairs.
Free Estimates

Free Estimates
Reasonable
Call Mel
642-5682

642-8929

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Five year written
guarantee. Experienced — low-
est price.

GEORGE .BOLLAN
MODERNIZATION
Plaster — Drywall
Repairs — Remodel

UCENSED & INSURED

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING
559-7398

SUPERIOR WASHER &
DRYER SERVICE
Residential and Commercial
Fast professional service.
Reasonable prices.

288-911-G--
CALLIGRAPHY
BY LAURA
Several styles of hand let-
tering for special occa-
sions.
661-2770

356-8907

K & M

BLOWING FUSES?
SHORT CIRCUITED?

INSURED PROFESSIONALS

Specializing in wood staining,
new or existing.
Free Estimates

CALL DOCTOR ELECTRIC

358-2893

642-8929.

NO JOB TOO SMALL

JOAB'S PLUMBING

FIRE WOOD
FREE DELIVERY

Remodeling Repairs
Sewer Cleaning — Sump Pumps

Licensed — Insured

$50 per face cord
Prime Seasoned
Hard Wood

J. Shevach

851-2118

ALLEN MAINTENANCE CO.

Hersch's Lawn Spray

A Complete
Maintenance Service
For Home or Business
Glass Replacement •
Board Up & Secure •
Janitorial Services • Car-
pet Cleaning • Light Car-
pentry • Roof & Plaster
Repairs. .

557-8888
CALLIGRAPHY
Invitations,
posters, signs
Call SUE at

288-1001
Very Reasonable
L.B.K. CUSTOM PAINTING
Anti-Inflationary Prices.

ROGER WILLIAMS

557-1078

Top quality materials & work-
manship. 25 years experience.
References available.

0000

SNOW
REMOVAL

557-7582

Fall Yard Clean-up
Leaf Removal
Shrub Trimming

Call GLENN CRAIN
293-1955

Commercial

Residential

45—LOST & FOUND.

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Contract Rates
Available

LOST — 1 golf tear drop
locket. Vicinity Jewish
Family Service and Fancy
This. $200 reward.

*

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644-5580

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542-8820

50—PERSONAL

* * * * * * * * * * *

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MI

MO

MN • IN • MP .M

1 DISCOUNT PRICES

1

FOR THE WINTER SEASON

I Custom interior and

I exterior PAINTING, I
WALLCOVERING, .1
DRYWALL & PLAS-
TER WORK.

Quick service, excel-
lent workmanship and
the finest references.

MOTIVATIONAL
WEIGHT LOSS

6 WEEK SEMINAR

Lecture & Participation

New classes

starting Oct. 27th

(Try weekly classes)

HERCHEL

774-3341 days
1 553-0127 evenings

I MN MO • -

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Please call 351-2531
for information

* * * * * * * * * * * *

Bnai Brith Activities

BRITH
BNAI
WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT announces that tic-
kets are still available for
"Coffee, Tea and Sonya," a
program featuring psychol-
ogist and radio and TV per-
sonality, Sonya Friedman, 8
p.m. Monday at Temple
Beth El. Admission is nom-
inal and refreshments will
be served. For information
and tickets, call BBW
Council, 552-8150; or BBW
Midwest Region, 569-1336.

* * *

IVAN S. BLOCH bowl-
ing league still is looking for
bowlers. The league meets
6:45 p.m. Wednesdays at
Ark Lanes West and Oak
Park Lanes. For informa-
tion, call Mike Kaplan,
547-6366.

* * *

NATANYA CHAPTER
will have a regular meeting
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Carlyle Towers Apts. club
room. The occasion will be a
"Communitea" sponsored
by the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration. Guests are wel-
come, and refreshments will
be served. For details, call
Charlotte Gordon, 474-
6014; or Myldred Ham-
burger, 569-2174.

* *

*

ALBERT EINSTEIN
CHAPTER will sponsor an
auction 8:15 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Zionist Cultural
Center. Refreshments -will
be served. Admission is free.
For information, call Helga
Plonskier, 557-8191.

* * *

LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will celebrate
its 39th anniversary at 8
p.m. Nov. 25 at the Zionist
Cultural Center. A
candlelighting ceremony
will highlight the evening.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by Mayme Lawson,
vocalist; Miriam Zack,
pianist; and Florence
Karabenick, narrator.
President Helen Pearl and
Program Director Eileen Is-
rael invite relatives and
friends. Admission is free. A
reception will follow.

* * *

of Jewish Concern." Guests
are welcome.

* * *

DETROIT CHAPTER
will have a luncheon meet-
ing 11:30 a.m. Wednesday
in the Sutton Place Apts.
club house. Janet Gubkin
will speak on "Operation
Stork and Stork Nests" and
Ann Brasch will speak on
"Clutter Control." Guests
are invited at a nominal
charge.

* * *

CENTENNIAL CHAP-
TER will hold its second
annual book sale Wednes-
day through Nov. 21 at the
Harvard Row Mall. Hours of
the sale are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To donate used books, call
Harriet Berlin, 557-7736; or
Sally Lippitt, 353-4477.

DOWNTOWN-FOX
LODGE will meet 8:30 p.m.
Thursday in the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home. Nominations for offi-
cers will be taken. John
Novak, manager of the
Covenant Credit Union,
will speak on "Changes in
Credit Union Banking and
What It Means to You and
Me." Wives, the chapter,
friends and prospective
members are invited. Re-
freshments will be served.

* * *

ISRAEL CHAPTER
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the Oak Park Commu-
nity Center. The evening
will focus on problems re-
lated to Jewish life. Rabbi
Sidney Green will be the
moderator. Refreshments
will be served.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Maryann Zukosky
will speak on "Consumer
Survival for 1981." Friends
and prospective members
are invited.
* * *
TIKVAH CHAPTER
will meet noon Tuesday in
the Sutton Place Apts. club
house. The Tikvah Bowling
League will host a smorgas-
bord luncheon and games.
President Pearl Shiovitz in-
vites guests. There is a nom-
inal charge for guests. For
information, call Fredell
Whiteman, 356-1864.

COUPLETS UNIT will
have a closed board
dinner-meeting 7 p.m.
Thursday in the home of
* * *
Alex Ornstein, 32614 Olde
Franklin Dr., Farmington
OAKLAND CENTURY
Hills. The meeting will be LODGE will have an old
the occasion for a paper
deadline. For information,
call Ornstein, 626-5413.

* * *

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold its
regular meeting 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the
Whitehall Apts. club house
(new location). Luncheon
will be served at a nominal
charge. Pisgah Chapter
members will be on hand for
the meeting. Richard Lo-
benthal, executive director
of the Michigan Region of
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, will
speak on "Crucial Matters

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. 272-7586.

fashioned Hanuka latke
party 7 p.m. Dec. 3 at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Wives are invited and ad-
mission is free. For required
reservations by Nov. 25, call
Chairman Mike Pomerantz,
353-9089; or Sol Goldberg,
356-7744.
* * *
MAURICE C. ZEIGER
CHAPTER will hold its
annual Hanuka boutique-

* * *

Bnai Brith Award Dinner
Wednesday Honors Fraser

Detroit Bnai Brith's prin-
cipal fund-raising event,
the annual International
Humanitarian Award
Dinner, will be held Wed-
nesday at The Detroit Plaza
Hotel. This year's recipient
will be Douglas Fraser, in-
ternational president of the
UAW.
Fraser will be honored for
"distinguished and - endur-
ing contributions of a
humanitarian nature, to
the city, the state and the
nation."
The award will be pre-

sented by Jack Spitzer, in-
ternational president of the
Bnai Brith. Joe Weaver of
WJBK-TV will serve as the
evening's host.
Proceeds from the
dinner will go to support
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tions and the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization.
Louis Weber is chairing
the Bnai Brith Foundation
Committee organizing the
dinner. For information and
dinner reservations, contact
the Bnai Brith Foundation,
552-8070.

WJC Reviews Anti-Semitic,
Rightwing Acts in Europe

PARIS (JTA) — The
committee on anti-
Semitism of the European
branch of the World Jewish
Congress met with the par-
ticipation of representa-
tives of Jewish communities
in France, Great Britain,
West Germany, Italy, Bel-
gium and Switzerland to re-
view recent anti-Semitic
and rightwing extremist
outrages in Europe.
The participants agreed
that there is an obvious link
between such manifesta-
tions in the various coun-
tries and that they should
therefore be looked upon as
an international phenom-
enon.
While the committee ex-
pressed the view that the
terrorist and rightwing ex-
cesses are aimed primarily
at destabilizing democratic
society, the participants
also pointed out that Jews
have once again been prime
targets in such attacks.
The committee felt
encouraged by the mas-

AJCommittee Speaker
to Focus on Islam, Judaism

Detroit Chapter, Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, in
conjunction with the De-
troit Council for World Af-
fairs at Wayne State Uni-
versity, will present Dr. Rif-
fat Hassan 8 p.m. Monday
at Mercy Conference Cen-
ter, 28600 11 Mile, Far-
mington Hills. She will
speak on "Islam and
Judaism."
Dr. Hassan, of the reli-
gious studies department,
University of Louisville,
has participated in inter-
religious conferences
throughout the U.S. The
public is invited.

bazaar and traditional
dinner 7 p.m. Tuesday in
the Franklin Pointe Apts.
club house. Gloria Check
will speak on "How to Coor-
dinate Your Wardrobe With
Accessories." Everyone is
welcome, and there is a
charge. For reservations,
call Rhoda Waxer, days,
545-4635; or Dr. Jdanie
Edelheit, evenings, 547-
1440.

\N. 4>w

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DR. RIFFAT HASSAN

sive public reaction
against anti-Semitic and
neo-Nazi activities and
noted that this proves
that public opinion,
democratic political par-
ties, trade unions and the
churches have not for-
gotten the lessons of the
past and that the
hatemongers represent
only a fringe element in
the body politic.

The committee also ex-
pressed appreciation of the
resolution of the Par-
liamentary Assembly of the
Council of Europe, adopted
Oct. 1, on the need to combat
fascist propaganda.

It particularly ap-
preciated the suggestions
contained in the resolution
calling for improved legisla-
tion and education for living
in a democratic society as
well as the endorsement of \I
the European youth confer-
ence on intolerance to be
held in Strasbourg Dec.
9-11.

Pope Supports
Palestinian
Reps for Talks

ROME — Pope John Paul
II said Monday that Middle
East peace talks must in-
clude representatives of the
Palestinians. He did not
mention the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization.

In welcoming a new
Egyptian ambassador, the
Pope said peace efforts must
continue until there is a
comprehensive peace
"which provides an equita-
ble solution to all aspects of
the Middle East crisis, in-
cluding the Palestinian
problem and the question of
Jerusalem."

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