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November 04, 1983 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

53—ENTERTAINMENT

Singles Events

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 893-9667.

CARTOONS

CARICATURES

BY
JULIUS
293-1723

FOR ANY OCCASION

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

And other Special Occasions.

273-6716

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

Bach to Cole Porter.
Classic guitar and bass
duo. Receptions, open-
ings, intimate gatherings.

Call Robert

758-1232

54—CEMETERY LOTS

S.P. invites singles age
21 and up to its next dance
party 8 p.m. Sunday at
Scandals in the Southfield
Ramada Inn. There will be a
cash bar, dancing, prizes
and snacks. There is an ad-
mission charge. Ladies will
be admitted for 1/2 price until
9 p.m.

* * *
JEWISH AND SINGLE

will hear David Wallace of
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith at its
next oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 11 at Cong. Beth
Shalom. Wallace will speak
on "What the ADL Is and
Does." Admission is free,

and refreshments and a so-
cial hour will follow.
* * *

SK PRODUCTIONS

will have a party 8 p.m.
Nov. 18 at the Franklin
Racquet Club. The evening
will include a cash bar and
dancing. There is an extra
fee for tennis, racquetball,
saunas and whirlpool. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Ameri-
can Cancer Society and the
Humane Society, There is
an admission charge.
* * *

YOUNG JEWISH
ADULTS ASSOCIATION

will have a road rally Nov.
12, beginning at 8 p.m. at

JARC Event Nets $130,000

Four cemetery plots.

Adat Shalom Cemetery

Large discount.

427-2241

Two adjoining plots, Adat
Shalom Cemetery. Per-
petual care included.
$2,000 or best offer.

American
Red Cross

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announce that their party
originally scheduled for
Nov. 11 has been postponed.
* * *

More than $130,000 was raised last week at the
Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens' fund-
raising screening of the film, "Charly," at the North-
land Theater. Celebrating the success of the evening
are, top photo, from left: Nacny Levy and Janet Stein,
afterglow co-chairmen; Michael Feldman, fund-
raising chairman; Sharon Alterman and Cheryl
Guyer, ticket sales co-chairmen; and Ida Levine, pub-
licity chairman. Rose AZA of the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization provided volunteer ushers for the event.
Pictured in bottom photo, from left, are: Mark Zum-
berg; Jeff Katzen, corresponding secretary; Alaina
Gold, chapter "swwetheart"; and Alan Blatnikoff,
treasurer.

Israel to Introduce Programs
Urging Energy Conservation

BOSTON (JTA) — The
sharp devaluation of the
Shekel and the concurrent
reduction in government
subsidies may give Israelis
the needed incentive to con-
serve energy, according to
Haim Elata, chief scientist
for the Israeli Ministry of
Energy and Infrastructure.
Elata made these re-
marks at a briefing on cur-
rent Israeli energy policy
sponsored by the energy
committee of the Jewish
Community Councils of
Metropolitan Boston.
One of the key elements of
the government program
was encouraging conserva-
tion, he explained. "But you
can't talk about conserva-
tion without (consumers) at
least paying market price"
for electricity, oil and other
forms of energy, he said.

Elata said that the
Ministry of Energy had
been fighting with the
Ministry of Finance for
years to cut energy sub-

the Jimmy Prentis Morris Cong.
Bnai
Moshe.
Branch of the Jewish Com- Panelists Jeffrey Howard,
munity Center. There is a Lyn Tarnoff and Johanna
charge, and cars are limited Eisenberg will discuss
to four persons per car.
"Jewish Institutions —
At 8:30 p.m. Nov. 14, the What Is in It for Me." Rabbi
group will have a general Stanley Rosenbaum will
meeting in the Morris ("moderate the discussion.
Branch.
Cantor Louis Klein also will
The group will go to participate.
Sugar Bush Farms in Yp-
The CNJS bowling league
silanti Nov. 19, meeting for has openings for substi-
carpools at 6:30 p.m. at the tutes. The league meets at 5
Morris Branch. There is a p.m. every other Sunday at
fee, and non-members are Ark Lanes West. Persons
invited. Reservations are age 25-45 who are in-
required.
terested in substituting
A general meeting will be should attend a meeting at 4
held 8:30 p.m. Nov. 28 in the p.m. Sunday at Ark Lanes,
Morris Branch.
or call Bruce Tabashneck at
For information or reser- the Jewish Community
vations, call Jane Sklar, Center, 661-1000, ext. 219.
552-0265; or Sari Kaplan,
Officers for the league are
352-9258.
Annette Shaffer and Bar-
* * *
bara Hyman, co-chairmen;
THE
JEWISH Barbara Sherr,- treasurer;
SINGLES/PARENTS
Joel Lankowsky, secretary;
SUPPORT NETWORK of Al Rosen and Gayle
Ann Arbor will hold a Sillman, special projects;
sing-a-long 8 p.m. Nov. 12 and Cindi Apel, volunteer.
in the home of Susan Col- Mark Sperling of Bnai Brith
man, 2030 Devolson, Ann is the adviser to the league.
Arbor. Participants are re-
CNJS will sponsor a
quested to bring wine, fruit,
cheese or dessert. For reser- program entitled "Think
vations, call Betsy Y. Mark, Trim — Change Your Re-
lationship to Food" at 8
485-3817.

OAKLAND SINGLES

626-6794

Help.
save aide.
Donate
Blood.

Friday, November 4, 1983 61

sidies. He noted that
since the 1973 oil em-
bargo, many countries
have reduced their
energy consumption by
as much as 20 percent,
while Israel marked only
a "six or seven percent"
drop. Today, he added,
consumption levels in Is-
rael may even be a bit
higher than they were ten
years ago.

that the increase in (energy)
prices that will have to
come" from the reduction in
government subsidies
help in conservation, help
decrease usage."
Elata announced that Is-
rael will be hosting an In-
ternational Energy Con-
gress in May that will focus
on energy for small and
medium-sized countries.

These levels are due
partly to the fact that there
"was not as much waste be-
fore" in Israel as there was
in other countries, he said.
They are also attributable
to government support of
industry and subsidies in
the consumer market.
"Unless you tie energy to
its real cost, any energy
conservation program will
fall on its face," Elata said.
"You tell them they have to
conserve on the one hand,
but on the other hand, you
effectively cut costs."
He said he was "hopeful

Monks in Israel

MADRID — Officials in
Jerusalem have granted
permission for a group of 40
Spanish Franciscan monks
to take up residence in six
Israeli monasteries, accord-
ing to Spain magazine.
The monks represent a
continuing Spanish
presence in the holy land
since 1342, the magazine
reported.

Nonsense is often the
wisest form of allegory.
—Leftwich

COMMUNITY NET-
WORK FOR JEWISH
SINGLES will sponsor an

oneg Shabat and panel dis-
cussion 8 p.m. today at

p.m. Tuesday at the main
Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Weight control spe-
cialist Lorraine Stefano
will be the guest speaker.
There is a charge, and
lo-cal refreshments will
be served. Singles of all
ages are invited.

The CNJS and the Mid-
rasha will co-sponsor a talk
by Rabbi Morton Yolkut of

Cong. Bnai David at 7:30
p.m. Thursday at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building. Rabbi Yolkut will
speak on "Jewish Supersti-
tions — Myth or Reality."
Admission charge includes
refreshments.
An organizational meet-
ing for persons interested in
skiing will be held 7 p.m.
Tuesday at the main Jewish
Center, room 239. Persons
who are interested in join-
ing, but cannot attend the
meeting, should call
Tabashneck.
Evva Caplan and Jill Cole
have organized a dinner
club to be offered by CNJS
beginning in January.
Space is limited. For details,
cal Tabashneck.
* * *

TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINGLE PARENTS
GROUP will have a break-

fast 10 a.m. Sunday in the
temple. A dramatic pre-
sentation, "Wave Bye Bye,"
will be presented. There is a
charge. For details, call the
temple, 661-5700.
* * *

SOLO FLIGHT SING-
LES of Temple Beth El and
SOCIAL SINGLES will

feature the music of Eric
Rosenow and his Continen-
tals at their Election Night
dance 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
temple. Wine and refresh-
ments will be served. There
is a charge. For informa-
tion, call Henry Brand,
535-8041; or Gerri Smith,
968-8853. All singles are
invited.

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