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September 04, 1981 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-04

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THE DETROIT'. RAIN NEWS 1

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

C.C. KIRBY CONST.

RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING
Wall washing and
gutter cleaning.

Brick, block, stone.
Free-Estimates \
Licensed

-

DEAL ERECT
FREE ESTIMATES

545-1073

STEVE'S mina
Interior & Exterior

& Wa

Plashrkg, Whim Claim i Cali*
lien dosed i roping!.

357-0119
CALL SAM THE PAINTER
& DECORATOR
Interior & Exterior
642-0337

SEWER
CLEANING SERVICE

Service

Also
Furnaces,
Humidifiers,
Air Cleaners

Licensed Contractor

Irani — Free Estimates

ALPINE TREE SERVICE

Trimming. Removing.

This Space
Reserved for
Your Ad

Call 424-8833

544-3118
ROOFING
New Repairs

HONEST ABE
CUSTOM PAINTING SINCE 1951
Esterisr - !darter al
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REFERENCES -

Gutters, Vents, Siding & Trim
Save SU
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Work Guaranteed
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Quality
Work

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Drywall and plaster repairs.
Wallpaper removal. Wall wash-
ing. Work myself at competitive
prices. For details call eves.

_

Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture cleaning.
Wall washing, custom painting.
interior-exterior.
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PAINTING

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freffl : •

Paste in old label

To

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53—ENTERTAINMENT

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music. 272-7586.

54



CEMETERY LOTS

Nine cemetery lots. Family plots.
Northwest Hebrew Memorial
Park. Reasonable. Only serious
replys call collect (212) 782-
4163.

OAXVIEW CEMETERY

5 lots for $3,500.
Terms.

MILLER BROS. REALTY

559-3200

and has given his time
and support to countless
other organizations.

The university will hold
its dinner and academic
convocation Sept. 22 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Prof.

NAME

.L

Effective Date

EMERY KLEIN

ROBERT NAFTALY

In addition to his Bar-Ilan
activities, Klein has served
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and its agencies in a
great number of positions,
most recently as 1980
chairman of the Allied

levels. He has held numer-
ous positions with the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign and
the Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation and its agencies. He is
a member of the Federa-
tion's executive committee.

• • •

Foreign Students, Teachers
Study in Summer at Bar-Ilan

RAMAT GAN — Groups
of teachers and students
from many parts of the
world, took part in summer
seminars specially ar-
ranged for them at Bar-Ilan
University. According to
Avraham Pomerantz, aca-
demic secretary, who is in
charge of the programs,
there was a considerable in-
crease in participation this
year.
The first of the groups
were 150 teachers from
Judea and Samaria who
attended a four-day semi-
nar specially organized for
them by the Institute for
In-Service Studies of the Is-
rael Ministry of Education.
They were followed by col-
lege students from through-
out the United States who
came for a summer semes-
ter of intensive studies.

Teachers from Jewish
schools in Canada partici-
pated in a program spon-
sored jointly by Bar-Ilan
and the Canadian Zionist
Federation.

from
Teachers
England
studied
methods of teaching
Jewish studies in Jewish
schools in the Diaspora.

A group of Alliance
teachers from France had a
three-week program of
Jewish studies. Some 110
Bnei Akiva members from
all over the world, espe-
cially the U.S., Canada,
France, England and South
America, studied Hebrew,
Jewish studies and Land-
of-Israel studies at Bar-Ilan
for a month before joining
religious kibutzim for a
year of hakshara.

• •

HENRY P. LEE
Lee has been a past Bar-

i s Ilan scholari3hiP chairman
I and last year served - as
I chairman for direct solicita-
, I . tion. He has been active
1 -"with the Allied Jeivish
Campaign, Anti-
Defamation League and
Hillel Day School.

"

Jewish Campaign's Mer-
cantile Division. He re-
cently was elected to the
Federation's board of gov-
ernors.
Naftaly has been actively
involved with the Anti-
Defamation League on both
the local and national

Call KEN CAMERON

. • -;

:

Emery I. Klein and
Robert H. Naftaly have
been appointed to Bar-Ilan
University's American
Board of Overseers, an-
nounces Dr. Leon Fill, the
board's vice president and a
member of the university's
global board of trustees.

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1..



NU* September .4; 1MI 67

Emery Klein, Robert Naftaly
Named to Bar-Ilan Board

GUTTERS & TRIM

Bar-Ilan Names Nosanchuk,
Lee as Scholarship Chiefs

Henry P. Lee and Max
Nosanchuk are serving as
1981 scholarship co-
chairmen for Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, announce Irving
Laker and Myron L. Mil-
grom, general co-chairmen.

To: The Jewish News

ROOFING
SIDING

398-5433

Reasonable
Price

Reasonable.

AIR CONDITIONING

24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE

METRO WINDOW
_ CLEANING AND -
HOME CARE

ALEX STRIM
CUSTOM
Painting & Decorating

FREE ESTIMATES

365-5635

PLUMBING REPAIR

Free Estimates

541-2835

NICE JEWISH BOY
Expertly repairs automatic
washers & dryers. Ken-
more & Whirlpool our spe-
cialty. Very reasonable.

Call STEVE

Reliable

Doe at Moselle prices.
New rests i repairs -wedged.

547-2418

ALUMINUM SIDING
TRIM
GUTTERS and ROOFING

541-2835

ROOFING

Quality Service
Free Estates

363-9714

Alan R.lukenic,

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

Nosanchuk has been
active with Bar-Ilan for
many years, last year serv-
ing as associate chairman
for the university's Silver
Jubilee Journal. He is a
member of the State of Is-
rael Bonds President's
Olub, and has long been
active in the Bonds effort in
Detroit.

He is a past president of
Cong. Beth Achim, last
year was Detroit Chair-
man of Shaarey Zedek
Hospital, has been an
active worker for the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign

MAX NOSANCHUK

Emanuel Rackman, Bar-
Ilan's president, will confer
the degree of Doctor ' of
Humane Letters, honoris
causa, on Philip Slomovitz,
editor and publisher of The
Jewish News.
For information, call the
university's office, 398-
7180.

NCSY Sponsors
Training. Class
NEW YORK -= Some

1,000 officers and advisers
of the National Conference
of Synagogue Youth are
participating in 13 leader-
ship training seminars
throughout the country this
month. –
The participants will
learn leadership and pro-
gramming skills which they
will put to use in organizing
events for the coming school
year.

Rosenthal to Lead Windsor
Unit for Bar-Ilan University

Jacob Rosenthal has been
named Windsor area
chairman for Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity.

A meeting of the, organ-
ization will be held 8:15
p.m. Thursday at the
Windsor Jewish Commu-
nity Council. Rabbi Samuel
Stollman will report on his
recent six-week visit to Is-
rael, including participa-
tion in the academic convo-
cation of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity in early July.

Rosenthal
chaired
Windsor's State of Israel
Bonds drive in 1975-80 and
is active in the Windsor
UJA Committee.

He was instrumental last
year in creating and fund-
ing the program that daily
bussed 15 children of Rus-

JACOB ROSENTHAL

sian immigrants from
Windsor to Yeshivath Beth

Yehuda in Oak Park. He is
also active in HIAS and is a
past board member of Cong.
Shaar Hashomayim.

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