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January 13, 1989 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-13

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I FOR WOMEN

ATTENTION

ALL JEWISH EX•SERVICEMEN

be the guests of

Jewish War Veterans of Michigan

come to our

OPEN HOUSE PARTY

Monday, January 23, 1989, 7:00 p.m.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS MEMORIAL BLDG.

16990 W. TWELVE MILE ROAD, SOUTHFIELD

join us for

DINNER AND REFRESHMENTS

- No Charge -

A Very Informative Evening Is Planned

DO YOU KNOW???

Art Lecture For Women,
Dinner On Jan. 25

The JeNtish Welfare Federa-
tion Business and Profes-
sional Women's Division will
host art lecturer Hope Palmer
Jan. 25, at the Somerset Inn.
Beginning with wine and
hors d'oeuvres at 6 p.m., the
meeting includes dinner.
Palmer is an adjunct lec-
turer for the Detroit Institute
of Arts Statewide Services
Program. She holds a
master's degree in fine arts
from the University of
Michigan and teaches art
history at Eastern Michigan
University and at Henry Ford
Community College.
Her topic for the evening
will be "Overnight Sensa-
tions: Artists of the '80s."
Barbara K. Goldman is
chairman of the Business and
Professional Women's Divi-
sion. Susan Miller is
associate chairman. Pam
Sorock is program chairman,
and Zina Kramer is associate

HOW J.W.V. MEMORIALIZES JEWISH WAR VETERANS AT THE
J.W.V. NATIONAL MEMORIAL MUSEUM IN WASHINGTON?

HOW J WV. MAKES STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO
FAMILIES OF A VETERAN?

HOW J.W.V. SERVICES OUR HOSPITALIZED VETERANS?

HOW J.W.V. PARTICIPATES IN COMMUNITY AFFAIRS?

HOW J.W.V. PERPETUATES THE MEMORY OF OUR COM-
RADES AT ALL JEWISH CEMETERIES?

HOW J.W.V. CAN KEEP YOU INFORMED OF ALL THE V.A.
BENEFITS AVAILABLE TO ALL VETERANS?

MANY OTHER ITEMS OF GREAT INTEREST TO YOU?

PLEASE JOIN US FOR A GREAT EVENING
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88

FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1989

Hope Palmer

program chairman.
There is a charge for the
evening, and reservations are
required. For information,
call the Business and Profes-
sional Women's Division,
965-3939, ext. 163.

JEWISH-CROSSWORDS

by Charles E. S. Goldstein

Please note spelling of Yiddish and Hebrew transliterations vary.

ACROSS

1. Jewish
politicians
Ribicoff and
Baum
5. Container for
schnapps
9. Secret
organization
14. Trig. function
15. Upon
16. Proverb
17. Baum from the
tropics
18. Snarl
19. Jewish writers
Podhoretz and
Mailer
20. Popular 20th
cent. Yiddish
song
23. Noah's har
24. Type of
judgment
25. Kuzine (slang)
27. Blabbermouth
from Fairfax
Avenue
31. Anti-Jewish
polemicist,
of Burgos
35. Dubliner's eretz
38. Olive and corn,
e.g.
40.
Yiddish song by
Shmuelewitz
43. Levi, to a Cohen
44. Tennis star Lendl
45. Hebrew
measures
46. Seychl
48. Zahav in Bogota
50. Good prefix for
Iowans
53. Skin diseases
58. "Der _,"
Yiddish song
about a rabbi
62.
Torah
63. Atlantic fish
64. Head
or back

65. Anatomical
cavities
66. Knot in a
nussbaum
67. Bagel-shaped
objects
68. Nudniks
69. Stars
70. Oign (arch.)

DOWN

1.

B'tevet, a
fast day
2.
Cholim,
visiting the sick
3. Liquid injection
4. Do as shepherd
David
5.
ergo sum
6. Assistant
Secretary of
Defense (1950-3)
Rosenberg
7. Jewish _
8. Kesef in Prague

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28

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30

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35

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42

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145

48

51

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ANSWERS ON PAGE 99

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43

58. _Mayer,
French Premier,
1953
59„ Newts
60. Loni's Reynolds
61. Mordecai's
realm, now
62. Shlemazel

8

21

23

37. Place to take a
gamble
39. Body controller
(abbr.)
41. Belgian shtot
42. British sculptor,
Henry
47. Those born in
Herzliya
49. Often spread by
27 ACROSS
51. Heeds (arch.)
52. Thrice-daily
prayer
54. Make a simcha
for
55. Wooden katshke
56. Crayola color
57. "Bei Mir Bistu

9. Item at a Bar
Mitzvah
reception
10. "
Olam"
11. Early Italian
Jewish center
12. Phonetic symbol
13. Chopin's "_
Sylphides"
21. Mother-of-pearl
22. Jewish "Black
Sox" pitcher,
Erskine _
26. Israeli authors
Chafetz or Schiff
28. Jewish linguist
Chomsky
29. Drei a zeyger,
e.g.
30. Having fliegl
31. Saul, to David
32. Time for the
mohel
33. Nest
34. Jacob Ben
Asher's "_
ha-Ezer"
36. Refusnik Nudel

J16 cn Copyright 1988 Charles E.S. Goldstein

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