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February 17, 1989 - Image 28

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-17

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I NEWS 1

Department of Michigan

JEWISH WAR VETERANS

of the United States of America
present their 36th Annual

BROTHERHOOD NIGHT

Tuesday, February 21, 1989 8:00 p.m.
Honored Guest Speakers

MITCH ALBOM

RABBI IRVING A. SCHNIPPER

Award Winning Sports Writer
Detroit Free Press

Spiritual Leader
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses Synagogue

DONALD F. FRACASSI

RICHARD H. AUSTIN

Mayor
City of Southfield

Secretary of State
State of Michigan

MODERATOR:
JACK SCHWARTZ, Co-Chairman

Refreshments • Admission Free • Public Invited

at the

Soviet Not Affected
By Immigration Lottery

JEWISH WAR VETERANS MEMORIAL HOME

16990 W. 12 Mile Road, Southfield
559-5680
MILTON KLEIN
JACK BERMAN
SHIRLEY SCHLUSSEL

DEPARTMENT COMMANDER

50%-70°/0 OFF

ALL NAME BRANDS

• Vertical Blinds
• Levolor Blinds
• Pleated Shades
• Wood Blinds

CO-CHAIRMAN

AUXILIARY CHAIRMAN

FREE VALANCE'

with purchase of
(2) or more
blinds from
Blind & Designs
Blinds.

Expires 2/28/89

21728 W. Eleven Mile Rd.
Harvard Row Mall
Southfield, MI 48076

Free Professional Measure at
No Obligation
Free in Home Design Consulting

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5
Thursday 10-8

352-8622

New Rochester Hills

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1989

1

651-5009

Soviet Jews and others can
compete for the slots by mail-
ing typed letters to the State
Department between March 1
and March 31. Ten thousand
names will be selected at ran-
dom by computer from 162
countries that boasted fewer
than 5,000 emigrants to the
United States in 1988.
The excluded countries are
China, India, Korea, Mexico,
Taiwan and the United
Kingdom.
A husband or wife selected
can use the visa to bring a
spouse to the United States
and unmarried children
under the age of 21. The
10,000 selected become per-
manent resident aliens, and
after five years can apply for
citizenship, department
refugee spokeswoman said.

Washington (JTA) - The
State Department's lottery
for 10,000 additional im-
migrant slots in each of the
next two years will have an
insignificant impact on the
Soviet Jewish refugee pro-
blem, a key Jewish leader
said last week.
The program could make it
easier for Soviet Jews who do
not have relatives here to
enter the United States. But
Karl Zukerman, executive
vice president of HIAS, the
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Socie-
ty, said those with relatives
here can gain entry under ex-
isting law.
He said the program "was
not in any way a response" to
the backlog of Soviet Jews
waiting to enter the United
States as refugees.

JEWISH CROSSWORDS

By CHARLES E.S. GOLDSTEIN

Please note: spelling of Yiddish and Hebrew transliterations vary.

ACROSS

1. Count the omer
(arch.)
6. Metal collar
10. Agency in on
Pollard case
(abbr.)
13. Babylonian
Jewish scholar
14. Cub Scout rosh
16. Boychik
17. Jews expelled
from there in
1569
19. Suffix for Canaan
or Amalek
20.
Shabbat
21. In a deli, what to
do after "Birchat
Ha-Mazon"
22. Parisian
nogoodnik
24. Country with
largest Jewish
pop.
26. Eats too much at
Wolfie's
27. Jews expelled
from there in
1744
31. French Jewish
politician,
Mayer
32. Mouths
33. Without a
shmatte even
35. Jezebel's
husband
39. Common place
for Hank
Greenberg
41. Ancient Hebrew
measure
42. Jews expelled
from there in
1492
43. U.S. Jewish
novelist,
Bellow
44. Boston's _ Hill
46.
bar Ravina,
13 ACROSS
47.
Bator,
Mongolia
49. Jews expelled
from there in
1290
51. Be like a pharaoh
to the Israelites

54.

Jones,
Chinese Stock
Market Index?
55. "Hat-making"
country
56. Sound of
pleasure
58. Direction to a
ferd
62. Kibbutznik's tool
63. Jews expelled
from this region
in 1510
66. Tumor (suff.)
67. Scorch
68. Tevye, in a way
69. Dead Sea or
seder activity
70. Of a body
opening
71. Jews expelled
from there in
1420

from this city in
1557
5. Soviet Jewish
chess master,
Mikhail
6. Mine Yiddisher
papa
7. Gut! (Eng.)
8. Soak flax
9. Alfred Dreyfus, in
1906
10. Those in pursuit
of 22 ACROSS
11. Take a mikvah
12. Thoughts, to
Mendes-France
15. Type of boim
18. Jews expelled
from there in
1492
23. A High Holy
Days' purchase
25. English cognate
of shmutz
26. Jews expelled
from there in
1182
27. Wraps
28. Portuguese
Marrano
scientist, Garcia
de
29. Poisonous snake

DOWN

1. Theodore Bikel's
accessory
2. Arabian gulf
3. Be in a
depressed state
4. Jews expelled

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61. "Rock of
"
64. Girl's name
65. Sid Luckman's
league (abbr.)

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30. Primitive fruit
34. Maydl's numen
36.
of Nahardea,
13 ACROSS
37. Jewish
comedian,
King
38. Polar explorer
40. Bird's fliegl part
42. Girl from
northern Europe
44. Jews expelled
from there in
1551
45. "_ prowl"
48. Flock parts
50. Chest
51. Ancient Israelite.
garment
52. Ruth's shviger
53. Snub (arch.)
56. Yogic practice
57. Besht's only
daughter
59. Jewish composer
and conductor,
Weisgall
60. "Are you out



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,J21 © Copyright 1988 Charles E.S. Goldstein

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