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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

ALEX STRIM

Painting & Decorating
Reasonable Price.
Free Estimate. References.

Call anytime
968-5354

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A Helper Let
Us Be Yours
RESIDENTIAL REPAIRS

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Qualified

445-1327

51—MISCELLANEOUS

YARN
Wholesale prices. Quality
discount Tahki, Unger,
Scotts, Alpaca, Harrisville,
Berroco. Private.
Call: 855-3506

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 893-9667.

FREDDY SHEYER Duo. $35
hour. 542-3359.

BIRTHDAY PARTIES
And other Special Occasions.
273-6716
-
Clowns, juggling, magic,
music dance, Puppets,
balloon sculpture.

CARTOONS
CARICATURES
BY

JULIUS
243-1723

FOR ANY OCCASION

PIANO BAR ENTERTAINMENT
AT YOUR NEXT PARTY

A piano/vocal stylist with
an extensive collection of
tunes from 20s, 30s, 40s
and TODAY. Need a
piano? I'll bring mine! Sing
along, dance to my music.

Ask for JEFF

646-9531

55—ART FOR SALE

Norman Rockwell signed
lithograph, Young Spoon-
ers edition.

Bnai Brith Activities

BRITH
BNAI
WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT is still taking
reservations for its installa-
tion luncheon noon Sunday
at Cong. Beth Shalom. For
tickets and reservations,
call Diana Blauer, 838-
7283; Lee Levine, 542-0019;
or Helen Tatarka, luncheon
chairman, 543-1925.

* * *

MAURICE C. ZEIGER
CHAPTER will hold its
annual installation of offi-
cers and board members 7
p.m. April 19 at Chuck
Joseph's Place for Steak,
Berkley. Brenda Goodman,
past president, will install
the following: Esther Tuch-
klaper, president; Jac-
queline Gibbs and Freida
Greenfield, vice presidents;
Cele Smith, treasurer;
Sarah Hurwitz and Lil
Diamond, secretaries; and
Sue Lawrence, counselor.
Board members are: Faye
Bright, Ruth Faber, Shirley
Feig, Cel Goodman, Bar-
bara Goldman, Lois
Essie
Horowitz,
Deborah
Rosenbloom,
Schrier, Carol Scheuer and
Lorraine Yaker.
For reservations, call In-
stallation Chairman, Dr.
Joanie Edelheit, 547-1441,
by April 15.

* * *

IVAN S. BLOCH
CHAPTER will hold its in-
stallation of officers 6:30
p.m. Monday at the Top Hat
Supper Club, Windsor.
Yetta Meise, past president
of Bloch Chapter, will in-
stall the following officers:
Rosalyn Rebeck, president;
Ellen Distasio, president-
elect; Marilyn Lipman and
Susan Nusholtz, vice
presidents; Roslyn Simon,
Jolie Levine' and Toby Kap-
lan, secretaries; Jeanette

Berger, treasurer; and
board members: Lillian Be-
rger, Ann Gallison, Roslyn
Kauffman, Nettie Rosen,
Rachel Rosenkranz,
Jeanette Schwartz, Joyce
Spiwak, Cheryl Kung, Kat-
hryne Yaffe, Charlotte Bas-
sin, Margaret Gutman and
Gussie Schrut. Marilyn
Lipman is installation
chairman. For information,
call Ms. Lipman, 546-8945.
* * *
OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will honor Richard
H. Lobenthal, Michigan
Region director of the
Anti-Defamation League,
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Furniture Club. Lobenthal
will receive the "Spirit of
Bnai Brith Award."
co-
Goldberg,
Sol
chairman, will present
three 'scholarships to
Jewish students. Ralph Mil-
ler, president-elect of Dis-
trict 6, will introduce the
honoree and make the pre-
sentation.
The public is invited. For
reservations, call Dave Re-
disch, 559-5739. Dinner will
be served. There is a charge.

Zold, membership; Helene
Engel, blood bank; Carol
Cohen, tributes; and
Lynnda Schumer, phone
squad.
* * *
SOLOVICH, GOLDA
MEIR AND MASADA
CHAPTERS will join for a
program 8 p.m. Monday at
Maple Elementary School,
7389 Maple, Walled Lake.
Prof. Barry Gross will give a
presentation on "Jews in
Hollywood." Refreshments
will be served. The public is
invited free of charge. For
information, call Jeri Be-
rlin, 681-7537; Carol Well-
ner, 661-5620; or Linda
Nack, 661-5158.

* * *

Seek Performers

Bnai Brith is organizing a
performing troupe to be di-
rected by Estelle Shifman.
Musically inclined indi-
viduals who are interested
should call Ralph Miller,
559-3200.

Abaye was one of the
greatest teachers of the
Babylonian Talmud.

* * *

GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER elected Carol Wellner
president at its recent elec-
tion meeting. Other officers
are: Sandra Bennett, _Linda
Nack, Ronny Boyer, Bonnie
Doliveck, Illene Rochlen
and Terry Tenebaum, vice
presidents; Sandy
Schwartz, Dana Letvin and
Francie Snyder, secretaries;
Elissa Kline, treasurer. Jeri
Berlin, Debbie Balkin and
Helene Engel are past
presidents.
Chairmen are: Ellyce
Field, ADL; Marilyn Wolfe,
public affairs; Joanne Liss,
hospitality; Eva Kraus,
community service; Robin
Haas, programming; Jackie

Friday, April 8, 1983

Singles Events

JEWISH AND SINGLE
will hear Detroit Zionist
Federation scholar-in-
residence Jay Shapiro
at an oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m.
April 15 at Cong. Beth
Shalom. Admission is free,
and refreshments will be
served.
** *
COMMUNITY NET-
WORK FOR JEWISH
SINGLES and the Oakland
University Continuum
Center will present two
five-part job hunting series
at the main Jewish Corn-
munity Center.
The first will begin 7 p.m.
April 12 and the second will
begin 7 p.m. June 13. There
is a fee. For information or
to register, call Bruce
Tabashneck at the Center,
661-1000, ext. 219.
The CNJS is still taking
reservations for its April
22-24 trip to Toronto.
Reservation deadline is
Monday. For details, call
Tabashneck.
* * *
- ROSE SHERER SO-
CIALITES and the CRI-
TERION CLUB will co-

sponsor a dance 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Oak Park
Community Center. The
Frank Venice Trio will pro-
vide music for dancing.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Program
Chairman Pete Steffin,
968-2432; or President
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-
6850.
Criterion Club also
will have an open house
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday at
the MCL Cafeteria in the
Tel-12 Mall. Optional
dinner will be at 6 p.m.
Guest speaker will be
Cynthia Lustig, director of
volunteers at Sinai Hospi-
tal. For reservations, call
Cecile Rothenberg, 968-
5394; or Esther Vogel, 353-
8082.
* * *
BNAI BRITH SIN-
GLES will have a wine
auction and dance 8 p.m.
April 16 at the Leslie
Towers Apts. club room.
Refreshments will be
served. There is a charge.
Non-members are invited.
For information, call Betty
Cohen, 543-0279.

would you believe

yes, that is the amount the postal service has increased
our rates for mailing The Jewish News, since 1972.

and, they have proposed an additional hike of 97%,
soon.

* * *

BB Men, Women Presidents
Honored at Brunch for JNF

Blanche Bauman and
Harold Zuker, presidents of
Metro Detroit's Bnai Brith
Women's Council and Men's
Council respectively, will be

Call 563-5258,
after 6 pm

Buffalo Parley
on Holocaust

BUFFALO — The rea-
sons for the Holocaust will
be explored in a two-day
public conference here April
23-24.
The American premier of
"Jud Suss," a notorious
anti-Semitic film produced
HAROLD ZUKER
in 1938 in Nazi Germany,
will be one of the featured honored by the Jewish Na-
events.
tional Fund at the annual
Funded by a grant from Bnai Brith Presidents'
the New York Council for Brunch 10 a.m. April 17 at
the Humanities, the confer- Cong. Beth Achim. Groves
ence is being co-sponsored in Israel will be planted in
by the State University of their names.
New York, the Jewish Fed-
The brunch will serve to
eration of Greater Buffalo launch the ninth Metro-
and Westminister Detroit Bnai Brith Forest in
Presbyterian Church.
Shefer, in Israel's Galilee.

Guest speaker will be
former Congressman
William Brodhead. Brunch
chairmen are Floyd Borns-
tein and Evelyn Levine and
associate chairmen are
Harold Jaffa and David
Levine.
Registration begins at 9
a.m. The community is in-
vited and the admission
charge includes the cost of
planting three trees in Is-
rael by the JNF. For infor-
mation, call the JNF, 557-
6644.

therefore, we are being forced to increase, for the first
time in four years, our annual subscription rate, effec-
tive July 1, 1983, to $18 per year.

however, to all our loyal and faithful readers, we are
offering you the opportunity to extend your current sub-
scription for one additional year at our current rate of $15.

or, you may send a near and dear one a gift subscription
for only $15.

offer expires June 3, 1983

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