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April 13, 1973 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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54—Friday, April 13, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50—BUSINESS CARDS

50—BUSINESS CARDS

AL SUNSHINE Furniture repair,
free estimates, 532-7302.

PAINTING —
PAPERHANGING

CLINTON
CONTRACTING

For modernization on com-
mercial & general contracting.
Low bids guar. Coll Mr. Porvin.

QUALITY WORK

852-5800

REASONABLE PRICE

547-7569

ALL plastering guaranteed. Re-
pairs. City and Suburbs. Free
estimates. 341-8929.

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

With a golden touch. CUSTOM

WALLPAPERING. Free esti-

mates, fully insured. CALL

DAVE BENKOFF.

PAINT UP for Spring. Interior-
,- -,.xterior. Wallpapering & an-
tiquing. 544-1646.

A-1 PAPERHANGER, neat and
responsible. 542-4995.

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reasonable.
644-0409. 557-7228.

PASSPORT PHOTOS

2 fon"

Papertique

2E635 Southfield
357-3266
Overnite Service

.INVITATIONS

20% OFF

7040 Puritan—Detroit

861-6441

HATI KVAH

Musical Horn for your
car, fits all models,
seven chromium trum-
pets play Hatikvah
loud and clear. Finest
Italian musical produc-
tion. Also Star Span-
gled Banner tune. Plays
automatically at the
touch of a single but-
ton. Compact, self con-
tained. works off car
battery electrically.
Guaranteed. Special
$79.50. Other tunes.
Send remittance for
prompt shipment.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Federal Equipment

Call

8101 Biscayne Blvd.

543-8692 or 838-7037

WEBB'S Landscaping. 624-1783.
Clean up, expert grass cutting at
reasonable rates.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Local and Long Distance STOW
AGE. Packing, pianos, appliances,
household furnishings, office
furniture.

Lithos by Ex-Detroiter Displayed

Household and Office
Furniture

COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions, repair, kitchens, den,
basement, fam. rm., reasonable.
538-6894.

DRESSMAKING & alterations, 20
yrs. exp., daytime. WO 1-2083 af-
ter 5, 541-7009,

WINTER SAVINGS NOW
Siding. Trim. Gutters. Awnings.
Porch Enclosures. Storm Doors
and Windows. Sliding Glass
Doors. Shutters. Railing.
For Free Estimate Call
357-0550
HOLIDAY ALUMINUM CO.

55—MISCELLANEOUS

FREE ESTIMATES AND
PAPER CONSULTATION

CHRIS BIRCHALL

WALLPAPERING & painting. All
vinyls 65.00 per roll. Free esti-
mates. 545-7956.

PANELING, partitions, floors,
ceilings tiled. Also small jobs.
Reasonable. Ron, 968-4576.

With a customized look. Quality
paper hanging by request.

543-6842 or 352-3281

INTERIOR & exterior painting,
reasonable rates. 541-4258.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

Local and Long Distance
Also Storage

DOMESTIC
REFRIGERATION

Frigidaire, GE, Admiral-Gibson,
etc. 7 day, 24 hour service.
Service calls $6.00.

835-7854

CARPENTRY work, inside & out-
side. I. Schwartz. 545-7712 or VE
8-5073.

LADIES' ALTERATIONS, free
estimates, call evenings. VE 7-
6302.

FURNITURE refinished and re-
paired. Free estimates. 474-8953.

'LOWEST PRICES

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
EXPERT HOME
IMPROVEMENT AND
GARAGE BUILDERS
FREE ESTIMATES

894-4587 or 361-5222

WALLPAPER SALE

We carry the very finest in
quality wallcoverings at dis-
count prices. Over 50,000 pat-
terns to choose from, profes-
sional paperhanging, painters
available. Hours 10-5, eve-
nings by appt.

NATIONAL WALLCOVERINGS
3950 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley, Mich.
545-9896

53-A—ENTERTAINMENT

FREDDY Sheyer. His orchestra.
398-2462.

55—MISCELLANEOUS

WE BUY old T.V.'S, working or
not. Call anytime, 891-0551.

TAYLOR GARAGES

8' POOL TABLE with accessor-
ies, slate, $210. Belgium balls,
cues, bridgehead, ballrack, etc.
836-8993.

Call 7 Days A Week

8 HSP riding lawnmower with
snowblade and lawncutter, $225.
like new. 836-8993.

5540 E. 8 Mile Rd.

538 - 2025
If No Answer

366-1100

If We Can't Do It—
It Can't Be Done

Jewish News Want Ads
Get Quick Results!
Call 356-8400

40—EMPLOYMENT MALE AND/OR FEMALE

AUTOMOTIVE
ENGINEERS

Are You Looking

For Challenge and Growth?

Miami, Florida 33138

56—ANTIQUES

THIS
SUNDAY
PUBLIC

ART
AUCTION

FR OM SOURCES THE
WORLD OVER — WE
PRESENT 200 WORKS
OF ART ORIGINAT-
ING FROM THE AR-
TISTS — STUDIOS —
PUBLISHERS — COL-
LECTORS—AND GAL-
LERIES. OIL PAINT-
INGS . . . ACRYLICS
. LITHOGRAPHS ...
SERIGRAPHS . . .
ETCHINGS . . . EN-
GRAVINGS ... PRINTS
. . . WATERCOLORS
. . DRAWINGS . . .
MACRAME . . . WALL-
HANGINGS . . . AND
OBJECTS d'ARTS.
Modern As Well As
Traditional

Items for the Collector
as well as for the
Young Decorator. This
is a unique opportunity
to acquire art for your
home or office at auc-
tion. Come as you are
. . . Casual dress
please. Adults only.
Free Art Door Prizes.
No Admission charge.
For an Exciting fun-
filled and culturally
stimulating afternoon,
make sure to come
with your friends.

Woodward. S. of
Long Lk. Rd.
Bloomfield Hills.
Tel: MI 4-1400
Auction coordinated by
the Gallery at The
Kingsley.

57—FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD
GOODS & FURNISHINGS

SCANDINAVIAN

New and expanding programs at Chrysler Corpora-
tion offer the new graduate and experienced engineer
immediate assignments in Body, Chassis, Vehicle,
Materials, and Advance Engineering, and in Research,
at our Engineering Offices in Highland Park, Michigan.

Order fine contemporary furni-
ture from Denmark, Sweden at
savings of 25%.

If you have a degree in Mechanical, Electrical,
Chemical or Aeronautical Engineering, and are ready
to make a meaningful contribution to Chrysler En-
gineering Excellence, call, write, or apply in person
to discuss the wide range of opportunities, with
excellent salaries and employee benefits.

FLOOR STANDING

Umbrella holder, coat & key
holders with marble shelf &
mirror, stands 6' toll.

PROFESSIONAL - TECHNICAL RECRUITING
CENTRAL OPERATIONS - CHRYSLER CENTER

DUO BEDS, matching dressers
with mirrors, velvet couches,
love seat, chairs, tables, lamps,
oil paintings, 356-7651.

12800 Oakland, Highland Park, Michigan
P.O. Box 1118, Detroit, Michigan, 48231
Phone: (313) 956-3826

DESK

4 * ■

CHRYSLER

Alkf CORPORATION

MR. KOLOFF

"The New Image," a port-
folio of 10 color lithographs
by Lillian Desow-Fishbein,
reflecting on America's cur-
rent problems and frustra-
tions as experienced through
its youth, will be shown in an
exhibition opening Sunday
and continuing through May
5 at Garelick's Gallery.
Garelick's published the
"New Image" portfolio in a
very limited edition and will
show along with it a number
of drawings related to the
theme.
The Chicago artist and her
husband, Jack Fishbein, for-
mer Detroiters will be pres-
ent for the opening. She is
a graduate o f Cranbrock
School of Fine Arts.
The artist has won many
alards including the Detroit
Institute of Arts Booth Pur-
chase Award for Painting;
the Art Institute of Chicago's
Pauline Palmer Award for
Drawing and the Armstrong
Prize for Painting; the Li-
brary of Congress's Pennell
Purchase Award for Intaglio;
n d the St. Paul At+ Center's
Merit Award for Drawing.
Additionally Desow-
Fishbein works have been
acquired by many important
museums. Her "New Image"
portfolio has been bought by
the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Chicago Institute of Arts,
Smithsonian Institution and
the Congressional Library
both of Washington; the Mu-
seum of Modern Western Art
in Hokkaido, Japan; and the
Tokyo Museum of Modern
Art.
The preview and reception
for the artist will take place

.ar
1:30-5 p.m. Sunday. E
hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
daily and 1-4 p.m. Sundays.

Divorcees Don't Need
Support Proof for
Social Security

As of Jan. 1, 1973, a di-
vorced woman no longer has
to prove she gets support
from her ex-husband to get
monthly social security pay-
ments based on his work
record, according to Sam T.
Test, manager of the Detroit-
Northwest Social S'ecurity
office, 17500 Lahser.
"The support requirement
is eliminated by the new
social security law," Test
said.
Previously,
a
divorced
woman who met the other re-
quirements for entitlement
had to prove her ex-husband
was providing at least half
of her support — or that he
was giving her substantial
contributions under a writ-
ten agreement or was under
court order to do so.
Some state laws make it
difficult for a divorced wo-
man to obtain support from
her ex-husband, according to
Test. "Many divorced women
in financial need have been
unable to get social security
payments for that reason,"
he said.
Monthly benefits based on
ex-husband's work records
are payable to divorced
wives, beginning at 62; to
divorced widows, beginning
at 60, and to divorced moth-
ers at any age if they have
dependent children of that
marriage in their care.

Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Roles Told at Reception Here

557-4748

HOUSEHOLD items like new.
542-0850.

Call 851-4241

Office desk in walnut. Newly
made. 30x78. Price $170 (cost
almost double). Phone 647-
8213 after 6:30 p.m.

60—CARS FOR SALE

An Equal Opportunity Employer

ONE OF 10 LITHOGRAPHS ENIIILED 'NEW IMAGE
BY LILLIAN DESOW-FISHBEIN

1973 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham
Mint condition. 3,500 miles, 264-
4218.

Israel Philharmonic Orchestra's accomplishments and
future aims were outlined at a reception hosted Sunday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hamburger.
The symphony's role was described by Abe Cohen, secre-
tary general of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, left in
photo with the Hamburgers. Cohen told of the orchestra's
major needs for instruments to be able to provide for
Russian musicians who have been enrolled as participating
members. The orchestra, he announced, will give two Israel
25th anniversary concerts under the direction of Zubin
Mehta, one of them in Bethlehem's Manger Square facing
the Church of the Nativity, on June 25. On March 30, the
orchestra was led in performances at Sharm el Sheikh by
Shalom Ronly-Riklis, artistic coordinator of the Israel
philhar,monic. _

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