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May 04, 1984 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-04

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62 Friday, May 4, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FIRESTONE

ONE J LADY dw' BAND

JEWELRY

Wholesale O
V Jewelry
Remounting Jewelry & Watch Repair

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23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile
(313) 557-1880

353-9566

DRAPERIES AND OTHER
WINDOW TREATMENTS
20% to 60% OFF

WALLPAPER

20% Off

plus extra 10%
when purchase is
for 12 rolls or more
from the same book.

No freight or
handling charges.

LOCAL NEWS

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at 15 Mile Rd.

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3 Blks. E. of Greenfield

342-8822

Mon. thru Fri.
8:30 to 5
Sat. 9 to 3

W. Bloomfield

626-2400

Mon. thru Sat. 10-5
Thurs. til 8

Expires 5-12-84

The May 20 Walk for Israel nets%
an enthusiastic response

Youngsters throughout
the community have re-

ported an enthusiastic re-
sponse as they seek out
sponsors for the Jewish
Welfare Federation's May
20 Walk for Israel. The walk
is designed to help support
services to the aged, handi-
capped, youth and new im-
migrants in Israel.
The event, being held in
conjunction with the cele-
bration of Israel's Indepen-
dence -Day, will begin at 9
a.m. at the Hechtman Fed-
eration Apartments, next to
the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
The Walk for Israel will
cover an 18-kilometer
(11-mile) route through the
surrounding area. Partici-
pants may choose to walk
the entire route or stop at
any of eight checkpoints
along the way, where "toe
trucks" will pick them up
and return them to the Cen-
ter.
Youngsters may set a
goal for distance and ask
sponsors to contribute a cer-
tain amount per kilometer.
Contributions will be col-

lected from sponsors as they
sign up, with youngsters
turning in their money at
registration on the morning
of the event.
Prizes wil be awarded to
those walkers who have
signed up the most sponsors
and refreshments will be
provided along the route.
Volunteers are needed for

registration and traffic
monitoring, as well as man-
ning checkpoints and driv-
ing "toe trucks."

To sign up as a volunteer
or to obtain further
mation about registt
for the Walk for Israel, con-
tact Judith Swartz, 965-
3939.

Syrians nab 3 Israelis

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel is
making strenuous efforts
through diplomatic chan-
nels to obtain the release of
three members of the Israeli
mission in Beirut captured
by Syrian forces Wednesday
after their car apparently
strayed into Syrian-held
territory north of the
Lebanese capital.
The three men were iden-
tified as Eban Florentine,
Shmuel Roza and Nachum
Nesher. They were de-
scribed as administrative
staff members of the Israeli
liaison office to the

Lebanese government.
Their status as diplomats is
uncertain inasmuch as Is-
rael and Lebanon have
never had a formal ex-
change of diplomats.

Damascus Radio claimed
that the Israelis were on a
sabotage mission and con-
firmed their capture. Israeli
sources said the Syrians
will be held responsible for
their safety. Israel repor-
tedly is working through
the Lebanese government
and friendly powers to have
them released.

TEMPLE -BETH EL



Birmingham, Mich.

30TH ANNUAL HEBREW MUSIC -FESTIVAL

Friday, May 11, 1984, 8:30 P.M.

FOUR CENTURIES OF SYNAGOGUE MUSIC

(Rossi, Sulzer, Lewandowski, Helfman, Berlinski, Adler and Roman)
performed by

THE THREE TEMPLE BETH EL CHOIRS

directed by Mrs. Jason H. Tickton
and

THE CANTATA ACADEMY OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

directed by Frederick Bellinger

Prof. Jason H. Tickton
Music Director and Organist

Narrators
Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz and
Rabbi Norman T. Roman

There is NO admission charge Guests are welcome
(Sponsored by the Sandra T. Bloom Memorial Music Fund)

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