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April 01, 1988 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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DAVID M. DEUTSCH

NIBBLES & NUTS

the innovative photographer
everyone is talking about

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Wishing Everyone a
Healthy, Happy Passover

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photographic

BASKETS AND TRAYS OUR SPECIALTY

19827 W. 12 Mile •

Bikel received an Academy
Award nomination for his per-
formance as the Southern
sheriff in The Defiant Ones
and special acclaim for his
portrayal of Tevye in Fiddler
on the Roof His television ap-
pearances this year include
guest roles on "Murder She
Wrote," "Falcon Crest" and
"Dynasty?'
More than a performer,
Bikel is an activist for impor-
tant Jewish causes, notably
Soviet Jewry. He is a board
member of Amnesty Interna-
tional and a former member
of the National Council for
the Arts.
For closing information, call
Federation, 965-3939, ext.
119.

JCCouncil Lists
Officer Slate

7

The cake recipes in last
week's article about a
Greek Seder use matzah
meal as stated in the item,
according to the author.
(Cake meal is not used.)
In the recipe for Passover
Walnut Cake, the line
which reads "Gently fold
in the matzah meal and
lemon juice until all is well
mixed" should have been
eliminated.

"YOUR FAMILY'S SOURCE
FOR ELEGANT PHOTOGRAPHY"

471-4446

If you are not wearing it . . . sell it!

SONNY BRASS

-

All that the name implies."

You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
chase fine gems. Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.

• Draperies
• Bedspreads
• Blankets (cleaned or laundered)
• Window Shades
• Lampshades
• Pillows
• Venetian Blinds

A SERVICE TO PRIVATE
OWNERS BANKS & ESTATES

GEM/DIAMOND
SPECIALISTS

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING & EVALUATION

(cleaned. retaped & re-corded)
estimates
pick-op
delivery

FREE

Any other items you may have —
if it con be cleaned, we'll clean It
and clean it properly

Phone for "all that the name implies"

`891-1818

WISHING YOU A
HAPPY PASSOVER

S

NOW . . . at your service\

Paul D. Borman, head of the
Federal Defender's office in
Detroit, has been nominated
as president of the Jewish
Community Council
A slate of officers and in-
dividuals to fill executive
committee seats was an-
nounced Thursday at the
Council's delegate assembly.
Election of officers will be
held at the next delegate
assembly on May 26.
Vice presidential can-
didates are Franklin J. Ellias,
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz and
Jeannie Weiner. Alexander
Blumenberg is nominated as
secretary and Berl Falbaum
as treasurer.
Selected to fill three-year
terms on the executive com-
mittee are David Bittker,
Fred Frank, Fred L.
Goldenberg, Barbara
Goldman, Oscar Hertz, David
Jaffe, Ronald Karp, Teran
Leemis, Annette Meskin,
Judge Susan Moissev, Rose
Schwartz, Marian Shifman,
Jessie P. Stern, Kathleen
Straus, Rabbi M. Robert
Syme and Betsy Winkelman.
Additional nominations
may be made by petition sign-
ed by at least five qualified
Jewish Community Council
delegates. Petitions must be
accompanied by a signed
statement by the nominee.

Correction

443-5550 • (Within Mailboxes Etc.)

(mast.rbard, Local & Nationwide Delivery
, Kosher & Sugarfree Availaple

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OPERATING THE NEW
AND IMPROVED
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Hours:
Daily 10:00-5:30
Thurs. 10:00-8:30
Sat. 10:00-5:00

Fine Jewelers

EST. 1919



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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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