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February 24, 1989 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-24

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I FOR SENIORS 1

llea chwood Inn
border) Court.

Seniors To Get Help
With Income Tax Forms

Archie Leslie will show the
movie, Flying Down 7b Rio in
the JPM Assembly Hall on
Sunday at 2 p.m.
The Senior Adult Choir will
host the Fleischman
Residence Choir at 12:30 p.m.
Monday in the JPM assembly
hall.
Yossel Schloner, the Yiddish
disk-jockey, will play tapes of
Yiddish, cantorial and
Hebrew music on Tuesday at
12:30 p.m. in the JPM library.
Kathy Ozery, community
affairs associate of the Soviet
Jewry Committee, will speak
on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the
assembly hall of the JPM.
This program is the seventh
in the monthly series, "Let's
Talk With Jewish Leaders
New To Our Community!'
The second part of the
movie, Mississippi, will be

Volunteer counselors, train-
ed by the Internal Revenue
Service, will fill out income
tax forms for seniors today
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the
assembly hall of the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Building of
the Jewish Community
Center. This is a public ser-
vice program of AARP in
cooperation with the Internal
Revenue Service.
Cantor Max Shimansky of
Congregation Beth Achim
will conduct the Erev Shab-
bat program today at 12:30
p.m. in Jaffe Hall of the JPM.
Everyone is invited.
Following the Erev Shabbat
program, Vivian Stollman
will discuss the music to be
played at a video program.
Her presentation will begin
at 1:15 p.m. in the JPM
atrium.

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Please note: Hebrew and Yiddish transliterations vary.

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44

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1989

ACROSS
1. A shmek _
(insignificant)
6. Israel's blue and
white
10. Ken Ken, in
Bayreuth
14. Soap substitute
15. _ eye
16. Cuckoos
17. Soviet Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1978, _ Kapitsa
18. Al _ (tear not!)
19. Hermon and
Carmel (abbr.)
20.. German Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1921
23. Scandinavian
rug
24. Austro-Hungarian
supporter of
Herzl, Alexander
von
25. Plac e for a pekl?
28. U.S. Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1961, _
Hofstadter
32. Cartoon voice,
_ Blanc
35. Aliyah helper?
37. _ Law (Torah
she-be'alpeh)
38. 18th
cent. English
chazzan, Myer _
40. U.S. Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1907
43. Haman's end
44.' Novelist, _
Kazan
45. The Karaites,
e.g.
46. 'sr. neighbor
47. Marine mollusk
49. Without gelt in a
poker game
50. Part of "The
Dybbuk"
51. NYC Kosher
restaurant, _
G. Siegel's
54. U.S. Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1965
62. Mazuma
63. "
_ oil olive

67. Canadian Jewish
sculptor, Sorel

68. Tropical disease
69. Rashi, e.g.
70. First Jewish
mayor of
Albuquerque, _
Jaffa

DOWN

1. Cloth made of
bark
2. _ nitrite
3. One with a
farshtopte kop
4. _ bucher
(bachelor)
5. Irish county
6. Shavuoth, to
Monique

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33. Methuselah's
abba
34. Like some
shmattes?
36. "_ Syiphides"
39. Old NYC sights
41. Vomit
42. Hawaiian oleh?
48. French
warehouses
50. Executed
member of the
tribe of Judah
52. Kvetcherke's cry
53. Make Jerusalem
one city
54. U.S. Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1944, Isidor _
55. Russian log
bayit
56. Wrinkle
57. Sediment
58. Archaic chaver
59. Time to say,
"Boker tov!"
60. Indonesian _
Islands
61. Jewish-born
Hungarian
cabaret director,
Endre _
62. Yarmulke

7. Heinz varieties,
to an ancient
Roman
8. Scotch iron
9. U.S. Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1960, Donald _
10. German Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1925, _ Franck
11. Jewish
-Fascist -
Committee
12. Found in some
Moslem bottles?
13. Animal in
Genesis 12:16
21. Fortunetelling
device
22. Sir, to Roy
Welensky
25. Cholent
ingredient
26. Brass, e.g.
27. British Jewish
Nobel physicist,
1971, Dennis _
29. Abalone shell
30. Tantz in Toledo
31. Medieval epic
32. Rambam's first
name

64. Israeli Odon
Partos'
instrument
65. Israeli
statesman, _
Eban
66. German
Talmudist, Akiva

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