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June 05, 1981 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CHEAP
Wallpaper Hanging
& Interior Painting
Small Job Specialist
Call ALAN
356-7842

40—BUSINESS CARDS

Experienced

European painter &

wallpaper hanger.

WINDOW WASHING
Reasonable rates—Expertly Done
Residential & Commercial
Free Estimates
Call JAY
398-8001

PRE-SEASON

SALE

Air-condition now
and save $$$$

Free flue damper with
furnace or air-
conditioner installa-
tion.

Free Estimates.

Joe Snyder

ACTIVAIRE

Vinyls,
grasscloths,
foils.

Reasonable prices.

EUROPEAN PAINTER
Interior - Exterior
Wallpapering
Reasonable

644-0336
Licensed & Insured
25 yrs. Experience

365-5605

This Space
Reserved for
Your Ad
Call 424-8833

You May - Beat My Price
But You Won't Beat My Workmanship -
I Guarantee It!

FOR THE FINEST IN
INTERIOR PAINTING & WALLPAPERING
- Call
ave



358-5038

enkoff

MONEY SAVER

NEXT TWO WEEKS ONLY OFFERING 10% OFF ON ALL EXTERIOR PAINTING

AND WE PAY FOR THE PAINT

K & M PAINTING & WALLPAPERING

• Excellent Prices
• Excellent References
• Free Estimates

• Interior/Exterior
• CommerciaVResidential
• Insured Professionals

Call anytime
855-4730

ROOFING
R EP AIRS

WE DO IT ALL



•CARPENTRY • • BASEMENT
•'BATHROOMS • KITCHENS
• ATTICS
• ALTERATIONS

545-1900

THE Mk. FIX-UP CO.

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INSULATED

A LUMINUM
SIDING
• Custom Trim

• Seamless Gutters
• Reroofing
Replacement Windows

"Rodgers does
it right"

L.J. RODGERS

Home Improvements

HUNTINGTON WOODS

— Licensed-Insured
Reasonable

HONEST ABE
CUSTOM PAINTING SINCE 1951
Exterior - Interior and
Stained Wood Refinishing

Licensed and Insured.
Free Estimates.
REFERENCES

557-7582

BLOWING FUSES?
SHORT CIRCUITED?

CALL DOCTOR ELECTRIC

559-8045 or 559-5336
.GARY TEMOR PAINTING
Interior - Exterior
Wallpaper Hanger & Decorating.
Free Estimate.
Prompt Professional Service.
Call 542-8335

547-8456

HEATING & COOLING

40—BUSINESS CARDS

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NO JOB TOO SMALL

INTERIOR — EXTERIOR
PAINTING

557-7960

968-1703

FREE ESTIMATES
AIR CONDITIONING
REPAIR
Single units and central.
New installations. Fast
service.
549-9539

SOL'S

Wallpapering & Painting Service

Residential - Commercial
Reasonable. Guaranteed.
Free Estimates
491-0761 24 hrs.
GIL RABIN
Custom Painting

Interior - Exterior
Exterior Specials

Ranches—$199

Colonials—$299

Free Estimates

552-0488

MR. FIX-IT ALL
Complete home repair.
Auto sprinklers, alarm.
Free Estimate.

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. 272-7586.

SING ALONG: Singing guitarist,
violinist, drum. $29.00. 968-
5449.

55—ART FOR SALE

INVESTORS
Norman Rockwell lithog-
raph — Football Hero. At
pre-death price. $1500.
261-0094
Ask for Betty

Women Leaders
Meet for Bonds

Leah Snider, chairman of
the Women's Division of
Metro Detroit State of Israel
Bonds, will host a Golda
Meir Club Luncheon at her
West Bloomfield home at
noon June 16, it was an-
nounced by Phyllis New-
man, local Golda Meir Club
chairman.
The Golda Meir Club, is
comprised of women
throughout the free world
who make independent pur-
chases of State of Israel
Bonds on the level of $5,000
or more. Conceived in 1978
with the endorsement of the
former prime minister of Is-
rael, the club was estab-
lished in 1979 in Mrs. Meir's
memory. National chair-
man is Roberta Peters, Met-
ropolitan Opera star.

,

Yiddish Actress,
Summer Classes
at Jewish Center

Friday, June 5, 1981 69

Rabbi Yolkut Will Speak
at Bnai David Bond Event

Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut,
spiritual leader of Cong.
Bnai David, will deliver the
keynote address of the
synagogue's 20th annual
tribute dinner on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds.
The event, scheduled for
- 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, will
honor Max Sosin,
recipient-elect of Israel
Bond's 30th Anniversary
Silver Medal. Sosin, a
member of Bnai David for
39 years, was a pioneer of
the Israel Bond effort in De-
troit and continues to play a
leadership role in Bnai
David's annual Bond cam-
paign.
Rabbi Yolkut, a native of
St. Louis, Mo., earned his
rabbinic ordination and a
bachelor's degree in Hebrew
literature at Hebrew
Theological College in
Chicago. He also received a
bachelor of arts degree at
Roosevelt University and a
master's degree at North-
western University.
He began his rabbinic
career in 1969 as rabbi of
Torah Synagogue,
Chicago, and later be-
came rabbi and educa-
tion director at Lin-
colnwood• Jewish Con-
gregation. During this
time he also was an in-
structor in the Depart-

RABBI YOLKUT

ment of Religious Studies.
at DePaul University and
adviser to Yavneh Organ-
ization of Jewish Col-
legiates.
Rabbi Yolkut is a member
of the Rabbinical Council of
America, the Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis and execu-
tive officer of the Rabbinical
Commission of Metropoli-
tan Detroit. He is a member
of the board of trustees of
Jewish National Fund,
United Hebrew Schools and
Akiva Hebrew Day School,
and is a member of the Na-
tional Rabbinic Cabinet for
State of Israel Bonds.
Leading a tribute dinner
committee of more than 50
congregation members is
dinner chairman Irving Be-
linsky. For reservations,
call Bnai David, 557-8210,
or Israel Bonds, 557-2900.

Folk-Singer Will Perform
at Junior Division Meeting

Tickets are still available
for the appearance of Yid-
The 43rd annual meeting
dish stage actress Anna of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
Guzik 3 and 7 p.m. June 14 eration Junior Division will
at the main Jewish Com- feature recording artist and
munity Center.
folk music performer Josh
US 1-8575
For ticket information, White, Jr., 8 p.m. June 16 at
call the Center, 661-1000, the Jewish Community
ext. 250.
Center Studio Theatre.
The Center will offer
Officers and board mem-
Sales
Service Mother Tongue-Suzuki bers for the coming year will
method of violin and piano be elected. Junior Division
(Deadbolts installed)
lessons beginning June 22 currently is led by president
at the main Center complex. Benjamin F. Rosenthal.
PHIL 728-0356
Applicants for violin
White became a popular
DOUG'S
are accepted as young as folk artist during the late
age
21/2.
Applicants
in
INTERIOR-EXTERIOR
60s and early 70s, perform-
piano are accepted as ing on radio and television
PAINTING
young as age 4. Jeanne and in concert halls
Patch work.
St. Germain is the direc- worldwide. He appeared
Work all areas.
tor of the program.
often in the Detroit area at
675-0852
For information, call the the Raven Gallery.
Center, 661-1000, ext. 164.
He began his career at
HAULING
A variety of mini-classes
Appliances, Matresses & will be offered at the Center age 4, performing and
touring the country with
Garden Refuse, etc. Competi- June 22-July 17 and July his father, a pioneer of
tive prices. Prompt service.' 20-Aug. 14.
folk-blues music and
Among the course offer- guitar picking. Young
Seven days a week.
ings are: Ballet, modern Josh became a child ac-
646-3288
dance, jazz, folk dance, bal-
lroom dancing, creative
53—ENTERTAINMENT
movement, tap, photog-
raphy, dark room tech-
Officers of Detroit's major
MOVIE MAKING
nique, ceramics, drama per- corporations are leading the
FOR ALL
formance workshop, crea- 82nd annual dinner for the
OCCASIONS
tive drama workshop, draw-
I make beautiful super 8 ing, stationery design and National Jewish Hospital
and Research Center-
movies of those special print making, calligraphy, National Asthma Center,
events on your summer bridge, and rapid reading.
which will be held at the De-
In addition, Prof. troit Plaza Hotel on Sept.
calendar. Weddings,
Seymour
Riklin
will
teach
a
birthday parties, bar-
14.
mitzvas, all occasions. course on "Art and Morality
An organizational meet-
Literature" and Prof. ing will be held June 23.
Think of the fun and in
Stephen Bertman will teach The NJH-NAC planning
enjoyment seeing your "The Search for Alexander."
own special events on Bette Roth will teach "Mod- committee has already an-
nounced that David K. Eas-
film.
ern Jewish History."
lick, president of the Michi-
For details, call the Cen- gan Bell Telephone Co., will
Call LORI at
ter, 661-1000, ext. 164.
be the dinner honoree.
1-665-4919 or
The dinner committee
1-769-1720
Slavery, thou art a bitter has as its chairman
for free consultation.
• Richard H. Cummings,
draught.

LOCKS

JOSH WHITE JR.

tor, appearing in five
Broadway shows. As a
young man, he acted in
over 50 television
dramas.
For information on the
Junior Division meeting,
call division director
Sandra Feuer, 965-3939.

NJH-NAC Dinner Planned

vice chairman of Na-
tional Bank of Detroit.
Stanley Winkelman of
Winkelman Stores is
serving as treasurer.
The dinner co-chairmen
include Paul Borman of
Borman's Inc., David Hand-
leman of the Handleman
Co., Alan E. Schwartz of
Honigman, Miller'Schwartz
and Cohn, W. Michael Blu-
menthal of Burroughs
Corp., Eugene S. Miller of
Detroit Bank Corp. and Ar-
thur R. Seder Jr. of Ameri-
can Natural Resources Co.

"For instance" is not
proof.

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