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May 11, 1984 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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76 ,.,Friday, May 11, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

EXPERT CARPENTER

KITCHEN CABINETS and all
woodwork refinished. Painting,
varnishing and antiquing. Rea-
sonable. Free estimates. Refer-
ences. 967-1114, after 5.

COMPLETE REMODELING
REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, TRIM

EXPERT

Kitchen, den, base-
ment, family room,
cabinets and closets.
Formica work.
Reasonable

PETER FRIEDMAN

354-6473, after 4 p.m.

TRI-WATER Window Cleaning.
Reasonable prices. Commercial
and residential. 541-2149.

Cornea connection

•Continued from Page 88

said. "This procedure is
practiced very infrequently
in Israel."
The majority of corneas
collected by the Michigan
Eye Bank are removed dur-
ing autopsies. A small per-
centage came from people
who have donated their eyes
upon death for scientific or

Jack Barry,
game show host

New York — Jack Barry,
producer and star of the
television show "The
Joker's Wild" died May 3 at
age 66.
Mr. Barry also was the
producer of "Concentra-
tion," television's longest-
running daytime game
show.
Born Jack Barasch, Mr.
Barry met Dan Enright
with whom he formed a
partnership in the 1940s. In
addition to "The Joker's
Wild" and "Concentration,"
their production company
created and produced "Tic
Tac Dough," "Hot Potato,"
"Life Begins at 80," "Winky
Dink and You" and "Dough
Re Mi."

According to the New
York Times, in the 1950s,
Mr. Barry was the host and
co-producer of the "21"
show, the highest-rated
game program of its time.
NBC purchased the produc-
tion firm of Barry and
Enright for about $4.8 mil-
lion, primarily to obtain
control of the show. But "21"
along with other game
shows such as "The $64,000
Question," was taken off the
air amid charges that the
producers coached the con-
testants prior to the show.
Investigations followed,
but no one was charged.
Leading participants in the
scandal were banished, and
Mr. Barry was away from
television for nearly 12
years.

Alan Schneider,
theater director

New York — Theater di-
rector Alan Schneider died
May 3 at age 66.
During his 40-year
career, Mr. Schneider was
the primary American di-
rector of Samuel Beckett's
plays. He also directed the
works of Edward Albee,
Harold Pinter, Michael-
Weller, Bertolt Brecht and
other playwrights.
Born Abram Leopol-
dovich Schneider in Khar-
kov, Russia, the director
was the son of medical stu-
dents who escaped to the
United States during the
Russian Revolution.,

medical purposes. Follow-
ing arrival at the eye bank,
the donor corneas are
graded from acceptable to
excellent and placed in con-
tainers with a culture
medium, a refrigerated
solution which acts as a
preservative for the delicate
tissue. The corneas are usa-
ble for a period of about 72
hours, making immediate
air shipment a necessity.
"A high level of coordina-

Dr. B. Brand

Dr. Benjamin Brand, a
medical doctor and surgeon
on the staff of Brent, Deaco-
ness and Sinai Hospitals for
more than 50 years, died
May 5 at age 80.
Born in New York, Dr.
Brand was graduated in
1927 from the University of
Michigan School of
Medicine. He had offices in
the David Whitney Build-
ing. He was the physician
for the Selective Service
during World War II. Dr.
Brand was past chief of
surgery at Brent General
Hospital.
Dr. Brand held member-
ship in Craftsman Lodge of
the Masons, Crescent
Shrine Club and the Ameri-
can Medical Association (50
years). He was a 32nd de-
gree Mason, past national
president of Phi Lambda
Kappa and past president of
the former Town and Coun-
try Club.
the
He
sponsored
graduate nursing class at
Deaconess Hospital.
He leaves his wife, Helen;
a daughter, Mrs. Arnold
(Sydelle) Bunin; a brother,
Solomon of Tamarac, Fla.;
and three grandsons.

BB cassettes
now available

Washington — Disabled
persons, shut-ins, senior
citizens and the handi-
capped are the main be-
neficiaries of a new project
being undertaken by B'nai
B'rith's Community Volun-
teer Services Commission.
Through the commission,
B'nai B'rith lodges will dis-
tribute all types of audio
tapes to the disadvantaged.
The cassettes will be avail-
able to individuals or
groups and will cover a
variety of subjects and for-
mats, from music to dis-
cussions of Jewish topics.
Each cassette will be avail-
able in several versions, de-
signed for various age
levels.
For information on the
cassette program, write
B'nai B'rith, 1640 Rhode Is-
land Ave. N.W., Washing-
,ton, D.C. 20036.

tion between the eye bank
and the various Israeli hos-
pitals is required so that no
corneas are lost because of
the time limitation," the
doctor said. "Patients who
are to receive the donor cor-
neas are placed on call, so
that they can be reached at
all times.

"Before this program was
set up, those patients had to
stay on call for weeks, or
even months," Dr. Giles
said. "With this program,
any Israeli needing a
corneal transplant can have
the operation in a matter of
hours."

Master
Experienced
Plumber installs, repairs
faucets, toilets, sum pumps,
garbage disposals, hot
water baseboard heating,
prevents basement flood-
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( GIL'S

CUSTOM PAINTING
& DECORATING
Interior-Exterior
Quality Oil Base
Stain Refinishing
Aluminum Siding
Refinishing

Phone Anytime

355-2550

"High Quality Always"

Reasonable Price

ROOF REPAIRS

Free Estimates. References
552-0488

Entire Roof or Repairs

Insurance Work

CUSTOM PAINTING
AND WALLPAPERING

Gutter, Siding, Cement,

50—PERSONAL

Chimney's & Brick

BOB SHURMUR &
ASSOC., INC.

Licensed Private
Investigator &
Consultant

For your every need.

Smithfield

356-1630

Very presentable, warm
single lady, 5'9", mid 50's,
reformed Jewish, excellent
character. Enjoys life, good
music, swimming, dining
out and much more. Seeks
monogamous relationship.
Please send photo and
phone if possible to The
Jewish News, #104, 17515
W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite 865,
Southfield, MI 48075.

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 326-6995.

David

QUALITY WORK

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Foi FREE Estimate

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FURNACE SERVICE
SALES & INSTALLATION

Call

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Custom duct work, elec-
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humidifiers and energy sav-
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• Refrigerator and Freezer
Repairs.
• All Models and Makes
• Service Charge Free with re-
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FOR ANY OCCASION

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Taken of your guests
at Bar Mitzvas, wed-
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Call 863-7736
for info

ELLIOT'S
WATERPROOFING

CALLIGRAPHY. Hand lettering
for special occasions at reason-
able rates. 357-3426.

COMPLETE
PIANO SERVICE

Regulating
,
• Tuning
' • Rebuid
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• Refinishing

MAYER GLUZMAN
European Trained Technicii

Reasonable Rates

Call anytime: 661-4869

We buy and sell used pianos

BUILT AMERICA

CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Announcing Spring Sale

up to 30% Off

Wallpaper Hanging
& Painting
Interior & Exterior
Plumbing & Heating

Licensed & Insured
358-5010

ELECTRICAL WORK
OF ANY KIND

No job too big
No job too small

Licensed & Reasonable

DAVE THE ELECTRICIAN

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Seal in heating &
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RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
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LICENSED TO KILL!

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& Guaranteed

LOCKSMITH

EXTERIOR CAULKING

SAYE ENERGY & MONEY
Seal out the elements.

Exterminating

\al 851-3574

Specializing in re-
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Free Estimates Guaranteed

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644-4979

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ALL LEAKS

STOPPED

Intro Price

RAY'S LOCK WORKS

$37.50

With Guarantee

Call Anytime and Ask for Mark
FREE ESTIMATES

Repair work, hot tar,
gravel roof, metal
decks.

GARAGE DOORS
& ELECTRONIC
OPENERS

542-8186

Any Size House

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LICENSED Electrician. Reason-
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Call weekdays and Sunday
from13 to 8

PEST
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BIRTHDAY PARTIES

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

GUTTERS, roofs, new repairs.
Professional. Reasonable. Reli-
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