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September 30, 1983 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

CALLIGRAPHY
BY LAURA
Several styles of hand let-
tering for special occa-
sions.

661-2770

40



BUSINESS CARDS

CUSTOM KITCHEN CABINETS
Refinishing - Painting

Libraries and family rooms.

Antiquing, staining & varnishing.

Reasonable.— Free Estimates
References

967-1114

TOBIAS

S uperior electric

Plastering - Stucco - Texturing.
Specializing in plaster & drywall
repairs, water damage.

C ompany

OF
GREATER
DETROIT

Reputable and Licensed

937-8374

Free
Estimates

422-9384

FURNITURE REPAIR
& REFINISHING

COMPLETE ELECTRICAL
SERVICE

SW FELDMAN
STUART WEISRATT

Complete bedroom &
dining room sets
Chair re-glueing
Caning and Rushing

398-5100

Free Estimates

K. KENT

474-8953

711 E. 8 Mils Rd. - F.rnclal•

JIM'S
WALLPAPER REMOVAL
Free Estimates. Low rates.
Quality work
30 yrs. experience

GARAGE DOORS
& ELECTRONIC
OPENERS
NEW INSTALLATIONS • SERVICE • REPAIRS

Israeli Facility Offers. Care for Aged

By CINDY KAYE

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Byer Home, a public in-
stitution for the aged which
opened three-and-a-half
months ago, has provided
the kind of amenities, care,
sensitivity and creative ac-
tivities that are to be found
in financially well-endowed
private institutions.
The home, which over-
looks the north Jerusalem
hills, is operated under the
auspices of Eshel, Israel's
association for the aged. It is
supported by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and
the Israeli government.
According to Hassida
Gvaryahu, director of the

Weizmann Gala
Cites Lord Sieff

• ALL MAKES
• ALL SIZES
• ALL STYLES

559 5635

-

SAVE 20%
NOW THRU OCT.

FREE ESTIMATES

355.2742

DELET

398-0843
545-4946

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL

GARAGE DOOR SERVICE

53



Howard
Milt

ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 893-9667.

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

QUALITY CUSTOM PAINTING

And other Special Occasions.

Expert Plaster and
Drywall Repair
Wallpaper Removal
Satisfaction Guaranteed
398-1053 or 542-9058

Clowns, juggling, magic,
music dance, Puppets,
balloon sculpture. •

GUTTER CLEANING
From $25.00
And

CUSTOM WOOD MAIL BOXES

Call VICTOR LOUIS

477-2039

WALL PAPERING
WALL WASHING

(By Machine)

We clean dirt cheap

Special discounts to senior citiiens.

Insured

WELLS
366-5322

LANDSCAPE

273 6716

-

CARTOONS
CARICATURES
BY

JULI US
293-1723

FOR ANY OCCASION

FLUTE & GUITAR DUET
Available for all occasions.
Classical, pop and jazz.
Presently performing at
Money Tree.

Call Michael
345-4365

Design & Construction

Courtyards, plant material,
decks, stone work.

NEW YORK — A person
seeking to avoid deporta-
tion need establish only
that there is a "well-
founded fear" that he will
LORD SIEFF
face political persecution if
NEW YORK — The 1983 he is forced to return to his
annual Weizmann Dinner, country instead of a "clear
honoring British philan- probability," according to
thropist Lord Sieff on his the American Jewish
70th birthday, will be held Committee.
Oct. 23 at the Waldorf-
The AJCommittee took
Astoria Hotel in New York. that stance in an amicus
Lord Sieff, head of Brit- curae brief filed with the
ain's Marks and Spencer Supreme Court earlier this
department store chain, is month in a case involving
chairman of the interna- Predrag Stevic, a native and
tional board of governors of citizen of Yugoslavia and
the Weizmann Institute of the U.S. Immigration and
Science in Rehovot. Naturalization Service.

Brit Mila for Egyptian Baby

ALEXANDRIA — The
first ritual circumcision
(Brit Mila) in over 30 years
took place in Alexandria,
Egypt in late August, ac-
cording to the American
Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee (JDC).

The circumcision of
Yaakov Balassiano, the in-
fant son of Victor Balas-
siano, was held in the Great
Synagogue Eliahu Hanabi

in the presence of 100 guests
including members of the
community and tourists
from Israel.
" The JDC provided for the
transport and participation
of Rabbi Chaim Malowicki
and Mohel Alexander
Zizubich who came to
Alexandria from Israel to
officiate at the ceremony.
The community of Alexan-
dria does not have a resi-
dent Rabbi or Mohel.

Rose Herman Cited by ADL

Insured
References
552-7225

PAINTING &
DECORATING

Byer Home, "Our first aims
were to receive people, give
them a home, a warm at-
mosphere and find good
workers."
Social worker Orna
Shabtai noted the sen-
sitivity and interpersonal
attitude of the staff.
"From the manager to the
cleaning woman, we all
try to establish relations
with the people. We want
to make this a home, not
an institution," she said.
Aside from the self-
assigned workers, the Byer
Home's professional staff
consists of one full-time doc-
tor, 15 nurses, 32 nursing
aids; a social -worker, part-
time occupational
therapist, a maintenance
kitchen staff and 15 volun-
teers. This staff services the
125 residents at the home.
The home is operated in
conjunction with the munic-
ipality and Ministry of
Health, which evaluates

CREATIVE CARICATURES

By BONNIE

Does Your Home
Look Weary

Then Call

LARRY MOE & CURLY

• Interiors &
Exteriors
• Residential &
Commercial
• Plaster &
Drywall Repairs

398-4894 968-2413

applicants and places those
showing need in one of
Byer's four sections: inde-
pendent functioning, nurs-
ing care, mentally infirm or
physically infirm. Need and
not financial status deter-
mines acceptance. Payment
goes directly to the Ministry
of Health, which allots
funds at the home.

Since its inception, the
nature of the home has
changed. At present it is
geared toward caring for an
older less healthy clientele,
consequently the staff-

resident ratio has now be-
come 2:1.
The staff seeks to create a
home-like atmosphere for
its residents. The sprawling
lawns, synagogue, library,
brightly colored dining
halls and available color
TVs all contribute to the
homey feeling. Handicrafts
which the residents prepare
are sold at the home's shop.
In addition to the in-house
residents, the home pro-
vides day care services to 20
of the area's elderly, who re-
ceive medical treatment
and two meals daily.

Folk Singing Duo Gemini
Kicks Off Vivace Series

Change in U.S.
Deportation Law
Urged by AJC

AVOID SPRING RUSH

Interruptible -
Air-conditioning

Friday, September 30, 1983 69

557-7582

Krickstein Slated
in Israel Tourney

LOS ANGELES — Aaron
Krickstein, the 16-year old
tennis phenom from De-
troit, will be one of the par-
ticipants in the fourth an-
nual Israel Tennis Center
Classic, Oct. 10-15 in Ramat
Michigan Region, Anti-Defamation League Pres-
Hasharon, Israel.
Israel's top tennis player, ident Elaine D. Block, left, is shown presenting ADL's
Shlomo Glickstein, is also Guardian of the Charter Award to Rose Herman in
slated to play in the $88,000 recognition of five years of ongoing support from the
John and Rose Herman Foundation."
tournament.

Gemini, comprised of twins Laszlo and Sandor
Slomovits, rehearse for their forthcoming appear-
ance for the Birmingham Temple's Vivace series.
* * *
Gemini, international petitions in Europe. In the
folk singing duo, will open spring of 1983, he won the
the Birmingham Temple's Grosse Pointe Piano Com-
eighth annual concert petition.
series with a cabaret con-
New Heritage String
cert at 7:30 p.m. Oct. -16 at Quartet, artists-in-
the temple. The concerts are residence this year at the
sponsored by the Vivace Detroit Institute of Arts,
Committee of the temple. will be presented in con-
Wine and snacks will be cert on March 4.
served.
On April 8, The Russian
Laszlo and Sandor Balalaika Orchestra of De--
Slomovits, the Gemini troit will entertain.
twins, sing folk songs from
Series tickets, individual
many lands, some of which concert tickets and group
they have written them- rates are available.
selves. Between them, they
For reservations and in-
play the guitar, violin, pen- formation, call Beverly
nywhistle and a variety of Fogelson, 543-4052; or Joan
percussion instruments Rose, 543-5912.
such as the bones and lim-
berjacks.
Leszek Olim to Jion
Pianist
Bartkiewicz, currently on a Conservative
graduate fellowship at the
University of Michigan, Kibutz in '84
will perform on Dec. 4, with
LOS ANGELES — A
violinist Borivoy Martinic- group of 35 adults and nine
Jercic. Bartkiewicz is the children from the United
winner of many piano com- States and Canada traveled
to Israel earlier this month
to prepare for life on Israel's
Proliferation
first Conservative kibutz.
of Holocaust
The 44 North Americans -
Memorials Hit
will undergo a year of train-
NEW YORK — The re- ing at Kibutz Hakhoresh
cent proliferation of before joining the newly-
Holocaust memorials has established Kibutz Hanna-
been criticized by Yeshiva ton, in the hills of the
University President Nor- Galilee. Kibutz Hannaton is
man Lamm, the Jewish Post being sponsored in part by
and Opinion reported.
the Foundation for Conser-
Rabbi Lamm, in an inter- vative Judaism in Israel.
view with the Long Island
Jewish World, said that he
was "disturbed by the fact Fall Parley
that the memorials have
NEW YORK — Some 150
taken the form of clay, brick Torah educators from
and mortar." He said he around the nation are
would prefer to see scheduled to attend the
Holocaust memorial efforts sixth- annual convention of
directed at "highlighting the Educators Council of
the civilization of 1,000 America, Oct. 20-23 at the
years of Jewish life in Po- Homowack Hotel in Spring
land, Russia and Germany." Glen, N.Y.

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