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June 12, 1981 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 12, 1981

Summer Digs
in Israel Seek
U.S. Volunteers

Births

June 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard A. Edwards (Ann
Weintrob) of West Bloom-
field, a son, Daniel Aron.

Berkley) of Farmington
Hills, a son, Evan Jonah.

* * *

May 20—To Dr. and Mrs.
Ronald Hoffman (Marilyn
Fridman), former De-
troiters of Altamonte
Springs, Fla., a daughter,
Lindsey Michelle.

* * *

June 1 —To Mr. and Mrs.
Stephan Leibhan (Janice

RABBI DR. LEO_

* * *

GOLDMAN

May 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Lenny Gittleman (El-
len Bell) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Marla Brooke.
* * *
April 7 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Philip Kresch (Sharon
Stone) of Oak Park, a son,
Adam Michael.
* * *
To Dr. and Mrs. David
Weinbaum (former De-
troiter Joan Lumelsky), of
Pittsburgh, Pa.-, a son,
Mathew Aaron.

Expert Mohel

S•rving Hospitals and Homes

LI 2-4444

547-8555

RABBI GAVI COHEN
GMOHE L

certified by chief rabbinate of israel

968-2429

Certified Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544

Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUM
MOHEL-:—

Emigre, Stage
Veteran Share
Theater Prize

Certified

Serving Homes &Hospli.als

399-7194

s547-7970

REV. HERSHL

ROTH

Certified Mohel

557-0888

RABBI S. ZACHARIAS-IR:

Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

557-9666

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Actor Mark Hassman, who
arrived from Vilna as a new
immigrant less than a year
ago, has been awarded the
Meir Margalit Prize for ex-
cellence in theater.
Hassman will share the
$500 prize with Miriam
Zohar of the Habima Na-
tional Theater.
Zohar, who arrived in Is-
rael 36 years ago from the
European concentration
camps, revealed that she
learned the words for her
first Hebrew part by
memorizing the lines writ-
ten out in Latin characters.

GANEINU










"More Than Just Another Day Camp"
— Featuring
Small Groups
Body & Character Building Activities
Arts & Crafts
Trips & Wading Pool
Challah Baking Each Friday
Weekly Kosher Bar-B-Q
Introduction to Hebrew Alphabet
Transportation
FOR CHILDREN 3 7
WHERE? Lubavitch Educ. Center, Farmington Hills
WHEN? June 29-July 31
Call Chaya Bergstein, 626-3194

-

513e9lew
c§eneration

LATEST FASHIONS FOR
GIRLS 4-14 & PRE TEEN

JERUSALEM — When
Yigal Yadin (now Israel's
deputy prime minister) took
the unprecedented step of
inviting foreign volunteers
to help in the historic dig at
Masada in 1963, more than
2,000 young people from
around the world flocked to
Israel.
Ever since, volunteers
from all corners of the globe
come each summer to Israel
to participate in archeologi-
cal digs at sites searching
for remains of civilizations
from as far back as the early
neolithic and "prehistoric"
periods all the way through
the .Solomonic, Herodian,
Roman and Byzantine
periods — to "modern" sites
dating from the time of
Crusaders.
One of the digs scheduled
for this year is at the resort
city of Caesarea on the
Mediterranean shore. Part
of the dig is open only to ex-
perienced divers, as its goal
is to discover remnants of
the Roman-Byzantine port
of Caesarea, which, histo-
rians tell us, rivalled
Piraeus and Alexandria in
size, and had enormous
lighthouse statues placed
far out to sea.
Another dig will tackle
the Crusader Castle of
Apollonia north of Tel
Aviv, and in Jerusalem
archeologists will con-
tinue the dig at the Fifth
Century BCE "City of
David."
A total of 33 digging sites
are open to volunteers for
the 1981 season. Most of the
digs are restricted to those
at least 18 years of age, and
volunteers should be in good
physical condition. For in-
formation, contact the Is-
rael Government Tourist
Office, 350 Fifth Ave., New
York, N.Y., 10001.

Chicago School
Has Book Sale

CHICAGO — The Asher
Library of the Spertus Col-
lege of Judaica will hold its
second annual book sale
June 28-30 at the campus,
618 S. Michigan Ave. in
Chicago. The sale features
books on Judaica in
English, Hebrew, Yiddish
and German as well as
non-Judaic books in
English, French, German
and Spanish.

7th ANNUAL
SUPER SUMMER SALE

Week of Saturday, June 13
40% OFF

Saturday, June 20 - 50-75% OFF

Hours:

Closed June 29 thru July 6
Re-Opening Tuesday, July 7
Closed Mondays thru July

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

13—APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

BLOOMFIELD
WEST
Luxurious Apt. Living
• 2 bedrooms
• 2 full baths
• private balcony
• pool & clubhouse
• private basement
• att. brick garages
• central air
• wall to wall
carpeting

All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to the Federal
Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any prefer-
ence, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, or na-
tional origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation, or
discrimination."
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real
estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed
that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal
opportunity basis.

Liners and display classified ads accepted
from responsible firms or individuals by
telephone up to 2 p.m., Wednesday. For
rates and information .. .

CALL 424-8833

11

10—ROOMS FOR RENT

NICE room. Kitchen privileges.
Oak Park. 545-3969.

SOUTHFIELD. Beautiful room.
Garage. Kosher kitchen: 557-
4980.

APARTMENT - room. Some
privileges. 546-2004.

FREE rent. Looking for compan-
ion in my home. Some cooking.
531 ;7299.

CLEAN room. Kitchen privileges.
533-9016.

air-
room,
Large
conditioned, private bath.
Pool. Employed, non-
smoker. $225 monthly.
Southfield-13 Mile.
647 - 7137

Woman has room to rent
in 2 bedroom apt. in Troy.
Congenial atmosphere.
All privileges! Working
female only. $180 a month
plus own telephone.

SHARE LIVING

QUARTERS

GENTLEMAN share Southfield
home, garage, pool. Non-
smoker. 545-7595.

roommate
Female
needed for 2 bedroom
Southfield , Apt. Non-
smoker preferred.
Call eves. & weekends
355-9376

11—SHARE LIVING

QUARTERS

Responsible male to
share 2 bedroom South-
field apt. $185 monthly
plus utilities.

6139 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

Just N. of Maple

\ 626-1508

4



WAYNE STATE CAMPUS

Now Renting!

Mt. Vernon

Townhouses

Share apt. with student. Air con-
ditioned.

833-4259
965-2430 Ext. 4762

Call Gary Sparer

female
Professional
wanted, mid 20's, to share
my condo in W. Bloom-
field. -
Please call after 6 p.m.

'

681-1079

1 1-A—WANTED TO
SHARE LIVING
QUARTERS

Call eves. or weekends
649-1865

356-3095



Male student, 21, to share
apt. Southfield-Oak Park
area.

Call Mike

356-1823

13—APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

In a new community
in Southfield

on Mt. Vernon Blvd.
(9 1/2 Mile)
just west of Southfield

LUXURY TOWNEHOUSE
• FEATURES:

• 2 1/2 beautiful baths
• Finest kitchen appli-
ances, Incl. double
self-clean oven
• Decorator carpeting
• Sound conditioning
• Garages and Carports
available
• Walk-in closets
• Parking for more than
2 cars
• Full Basement

CLUBHOUSE AND POOL

2 &3
Bedroom Apts.

\ 569-3522

itni
u
, or

should
secure

That's why Franklin Club Apartments have
a professional guard service. _And direct
emergency lines in every apartment.
there's meals, maid service, and
S Plus,
best of all, lots to do—from gardening to
theatre parties. And, lots of nice, friendly people to do it all with. A
community.
If you're looking for the perfect solution for your senior living, join
the Club. Call 353-2810 for more information, now.

MONDAY thru SATURDAY 10-5

Applegate Square, Southfield
Corner Northwestern & Inkster
Phone 357-1123

28301 Franklin Road • Southfield, Michigan 48034 • (313) 353-2810

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