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July 04, 1986 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-04

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P THE JEWISH CONNECTION

a Successful Dating Service For
• Single
• Divorced $10.00 Off
• Widowed with this ad
MEN AND WOMEN OF
— ALL AGES —
Call (313) 967-1034

SINGLES

THE
AMAZING
MARKET
PLACE

or

SINGLES 2 invites Jewish sing-

les age 40-55 to hear a talk on
"Health Care Plans of the 1980s"
at 8 p.m. Thursday at the main
Jewish Community Center. Guest
speaker will be Steve Raphael of
Crain's Detroit Business. There is
an admission fee. For informa-
tion, call Herb Mandell, 341-1132.

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES' Cul-

tural Arts Club will hear Jean-
Pierre Rampal in concert with the
Detroit Symphony Pops on July
12 at Meadow Brook. For infor-
mation, call Harry Pevos, 355-
3512.

The Peddlers Bicycle Club will
take a bike trip on Sunday, meet-
ing at 4 p.m. at the Southfield
Public Library. For information
call Jill Cole or Kim Kusterer at
the Jewish Community Center,
661-1000, ext. 347.

The seventh annual singles-
\Th
• Health Club barbecue/poolside
• party will be held at 6 p.m. July 16
• at the main Jewish Center. There
will be dancing, hot dogs, ham-
burgers, refreshments and
swimming. The Health Club will

Write P.O. Box 2514
Southfield, MI 48037-2514

be open. There is an admission
charge.

\fte LOWEST FEE IN TOWtai

ROSE SHERER SOCIALITES

will celebrate their 31st anniver-
sary and installation at a dinner-
dance on July 12 7 p.m. at the
Furniture Club. Music will be
provided by Frank Venice. For re-
quired reservations, call
President Dorothy Goldberg,
548-6850; or Betty Brown, 546-
6779.
Officers to be installed for
1986-1987 are: President,
Dorothy Goldberg; First Vice
President, Betty Brown, with
Nate Pollick, co-chairman; Sec-
ond Vice President, Gerry
Feldman; Adviser and retention,
Bill Sorokin; Treasurer, Rose Jer-
ris; Financial Secretary, Evelyn
Deutsch; Recording Secretary,
William Goldstein; Mailing Sec-
retary, Hy Benach.
Board members are: Morrie
Barron, Shirley Kaner, Sarah
Kushner, Rose Schwartz, Bill
Sorokin, Belle Sorokin, Mollie
Stern and Ruth Waxer.
Mistress of Ceremonies will be
Gerry Feldman, and installing
officer is David Glicklin, assisted
by Ida Zabel. Friends are invited.

YES,
INVITATIONS
ARE OUR
SPECIALTY

up to

25% OFF

EXPERT CALLIGRAPHY
ON INVITATIONS, ENVELOPES, ETC.

BERKLEY
NOVELTY CO.

We've de-classified the name of our
huge classified section to call it what
it really is: THE AMAZING MARKET-
PLACE of budget-priced saleables and
services. For information how you can
advertise to almost everyone in your
community, call 354-6060.

2949 12 MILE, E. OF GREENFIELD

,

543-8871

GtOBAt

350.22 2
tvg"
ck & D

Israeli Nurses Continue
Their Work Stoppage

rIbl Aviv (JTA) — Eleven thou-
sand striking hospital nurses
voted last Sunday to continue
their week-long walkout after re-
jecting a compromise proposal
by the government.
The strikers insisted that the
government and Histadrut
2 begin immediately to negotiate
all of 'their demands which now
`, include wage hikes, before they
return to their jobs. The govern-
ment had agreed earlier to con-
sider demands for additional
staff to ease the nurses' work-
load.
Recently, the strikers won
recognition of their independent
union as a separate bargaining
agent. They went on strike June
23 over that issue, saying at the
time that wages were not a con-
sideration. But apparently it be-
came one after the Health
Ministry issued emergency
regulations last Thursday, order-
ing the nurses back to work on
penalty of two years imprison-
ment or a $1600 fine.
The order was defied and
_nurses who had been manning
skeleton staffs at hospitals
joined the walk-out. The jail
threat could not be implemented
because there is no space to in-
carcerate 11,000 female and
male nurses.
The Finance Ministry and
Histadrut agreed that separate
wage demands could not be con-
sidered from any single sector of
the economy because they would
destroy the basis for new na-
tional labor contracts with new
wage scales.

STORM DOOR SALE

In hospitals, meanwhile, half
the patients have been sent
home and the others doubled up
in a few wards where only a
single nurse was on duty, or in
some cases, none.

Paraguay Told
To Refute Bias

Washington — B'nai B'rith In-
ternational recently called on the
government of Paraguay to "re-
fute, investigate and prosecute"
persons responsible for initiating
religious hatred in that country.
According to B'nai B'rith, an
advertisement in the newspaper
Hoy announcing a requiem mass
on behalf of Adolf Hitler who was
depicted as "the defender of
Western and Christian civiliza-
tion." However, the mass was
cancelled.
Also, anti-Semitic posters ap-
peared on the main streets of
Asuncion displaying a Star of
David with a caricature of a Jew,
taken from a Nazi publication.
The inscription read, "Wanted:
Jews dead or alive," for killing
Christ, establishing the Com-
munist Party, causing two world
wars, bombing Libya, killing
children and planning three
world wars. Reward: world
peace."
Several
newspapers
in
Paraguay have denounced the
anti-Semitic activities. To date,
there has been no government re-
sponse.

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