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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46—Friday, May 18, 1973

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE 50—BUSINESS CARDS

International Firm

PLUMBING repairs including dis-
posals and sump pumps. No
service charge. 398 - 1754.

looking for management &
salespeople. No experience
necessary. Will train, call be-
tween 5 & 7 p.m.

PAINTING —
PAPERHANGING

QUALITY WORK

435-0278

REASONABLE PRICE

HARRY'S SURPLUS

547-7569

needs on experienced cloth-
ing or sporting goods salesper-
son, full time.

PAINTING COMPANY



2050 N. Telegraph
Dearborn

INTERIOR • EXTERIOR

• CUSTOM RESIDENTIAL IN-
CLUDING PAINTED BRICK

LO 5-6605

FRAME HOMES • APTS

Wages
Room and Board

• INSURED.
CALL EVENINGS RICK BEER

to friendly companion for
healthy lonely woman.

851-1890 evenings

SALESPERSON wanted for gift
shop. Exp. necessary. 643-0804.

WANTED:

Aggressive responsible person to
learn electronic distribution busi-
ness, from the bottom up. Will
start in shipping dept. & work
up from there. Full time only.
Call:

399-5920

641-8843

CLINTON
CONTRACTING

For modernization on com-
mercial & general contracting.
Assembly of store fixtures. Low
bids guar. Call Mr. Porvin.

852-9260

FIRST CLASS painting and dec-
orating, wood finishing and an-
tiquing. Reasonable. 547-1438.

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

Ask for Mr. Faber

WALLPAPERING & painting. All
vinyls $5.00 per roll. Free esti-
mates. 545-7956.

Person to Stay With
Elderly Lady

3 days, 4 hrs./day, Coolidge-
101/2 Mile. Own trans. Refer-
ence. After 6 p.m. Call:

353-7895

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

With a golden touch. CUSTOM
WALLPAPERING. Free esti-
mates, fully insured. CALL

Dave Benkoff
Al Benkoff

METAL MAN

For non ferrous scrap opera-
tion. Experience necessary. Ap-
ply in person.

11360 E. 8 Mile Rd.

MASON IRON & METAL CO.
Detroit

352-3281
543-6842

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.

DRIVER

Delivering food to home bound.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
$3.00/hour, plus mileage Call:

Jewish Vocational Service

833-8100

PASSPORT PHOTOS

2 fon"

Papertique

45—BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

28635 Southfield
357-3266
Overnite Service

BUSIEST CORNER
NEWSTAND

INVITATIONS

Invest-
Lifetime opportunity.
ment returned in year. Illness
forces sale.

20% OFF

SMALL GIFT SHOP

Southfield

For sale. $2500 or best offer.
Inventory & fixtures.

357-2620 after 7 LI 7-1384

50—BUSINESS CARDS

DRESSMAKING alterations, 20
years experience, daytime. WO
1-2083, after 5, 541-7009.

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

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

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office
Furniture

55-A—MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED

Local and Long Distance
Also Storage

894-4587 or 361-5222

366-1100
If We Can't Do It—
It Can't Be Done

Somebody who cares.

Finding a competent private duty nurse
who's competent isn't difficult. Finding a
competent nurse who cares can be very
difficult.
Call for a Medical Personnel Pool RN,
LPN, Aide or Companion. We'll send a nurse
with top professional qualifications you and
your patient will like to be around.

24 HR. SERVICE

MEDICAL PERSONNEL POOL

354-4290

341-6606

no sabbath calls

Insurance Estimates Given

Call

CHRIS BI•CHALL

543-8692

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

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

56—ANTIQUES

Antique
Show and Sale

OAKLAND MALL

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

FRIENDS:

Troy, Mich.

1-75 and 14 Mile Rd.

May 21-27

Dress up that drab room with
a SUPER GRAPHIC original
designs by professional artist.
Call evenings.

(Mall Hours)

851-6583

CONCRETE driveways, brick and
block work. Waterproofing. Call
after 3:30. 342-3585.

METRO
WINDOW CLEANING

Experts on aluminum storm
windows. Wall washing, free

UNIVERSAL MALL

Antique Show
& Sale

Dequindre & 12 Mi. Rd.

Monday, May 14
thru
Sunday, May 20

estimates.

541-0278

COUTURIER dressmaking and al-
terations on better garments.
Mrs. Jaco. 7 Mile-Woodward area.
892-0685, evenings.

WALLPAPER SALE

Monday thru
Saturday
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Sunday, 12 noon
till 5 p.m.

City of Hope Leader Fruman

Morris Fruman, for many
years a leader here in efforts
in behalf of City of Hope, a n
organizer of City of Hope
Men's Club, and an active
Allied Jewish Campaign
volunteer, died in Hollywood,
Fla., where he settled a year
ago, Sunday, at the age of
81.
He attained great knowl-
edge in the Talmud before
coming to Detroit from
Russia 60 years ago.
He was a member of Cong.
Adat Shalom, Pisgah Lodge
of Bnai Brith, and was an
ardent Zionist. He was
honorary president of the
Mozirer Relief Society of
America.
He was former president
and founder of Regal Motor •
Products and a member of
the auto parts division of the
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Funeral services were held
here at Kaufman Chapel
Tuesday.
_Surviving are a son, Al-
bert, of Detroit; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Albert Brown of

Jack E. Leonard,
Insult Comedian

NEW YORK — Comedian
Jack E. Leonard, master of
insults on the New York and
Las Vegas night club cir-
cuits, died May 10. He was
62.
Mr. Leonard, who was a
frequent talk show guest,
poked fun at almost everyone
who caught his eye during his
act. He billed himself as
"Fat Jack Leonard."

Frances Newmark,
Women's Leader, 76

NEW YORK — Frances
Shaw Newmark, Hadassah
leader and a past vice presi-
Free Admission
dent of the Federation of
Free Parking
Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions, died May 11 at age 76.
She organized the Frances
57—FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD Newmark League for the
Blind and formerly served
GOODS & FURNISHINGS
as a chairman of the Brook-
NATIONAL WALLCOVERINGS
Widdecomb Dining Rm. Set
lyn Week for the Blind.
3950 -W. 12 Mile Rd.

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 cwt.

Berkley, Mich.
545-9896

PAINTER. Exterior-interior. Free
estimate. Reasonable. 968-5639,
537-4585.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

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

861-6441

5' oval table w/2 leaves, c
hutch, and 2 servers, exc. con-
dition, din. rm., fixture, and
double bed.

882-6216

Still Waitin,g for

Your Gardener?

Don't wait any longer. Call
B and B Landscaping.

LI 5-8219 Steve Blair

Carpet Cleaning

Window & wall washing. 30
years exp. commercial and
residential. Guaranteed, bond-
ed, and insured.

543-1353

Marvin Moskovitz
Paperhanger

All types of paper, free esti-
mates, commercial or residen-
tial.

399-0558 call after 6

Rosenwald Post
Plans Memorial

MORRIS FRUMAN

'ins
Tamarak, Fla., Mrs
Shapiro of Owosso, aria Mrs.
Julius Frost of Akron, 0.;
12 grandchildren, 12 great--
grandchildren, two brothers
and two sisters in Russia.

6 in Family Killed

in Road Accident

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Six
members of a family were
killed and four injured in one
of Israel's worst road acci-
dents Sunday.
The victims were Shimon
Angel. 51; his 80-year-old
mother, Hanem; and his four
children — Abraham, 8,,
Esther, 6, Naomi, 4, and
Chaim, 4 months.
The accident occurred on
the Lod-Tel Aviv highway
when Angel's pickup truck
skidded into the opposite
lane, overturned and was hit
successively by several cars
coming from the opposite
direction.
His wife, Alegra, 48, and
three other children, Meir,
11, Hanna, 10, and Varda,
3, were seriously injured but
are expected to recover. All
have been hospitalized.
The Angel family lived in
Holon and was traveling
from Lod to Tel Aviv.
Police are trying to deter-
mine why the vehicle went
out of control and skidded.
There was no rain and no
obstacles on the road. Police
said the pickup, carrying
adults and seven children,
may have been overloaded.

Rosenwald Post, American
Legion, will hold its annual
veterans memorial services
11 a.m. May 27 at Hebrew Eugene Rabinowitch,
Memorial Park, Gratiot and
59-B—MUSICAL
Nuclear Scientist
14 Mile.
INSTRUMENTS
WASHINGTON — Eugene
Legion commander, Joseph
Rabinowitch, nuclear scien-
NEW console Mahogany piano. Shapiro asks members to
$825. UN 4-4881.
wear caps. The public is in- tist and cofounder of the
Bulletin of the Atomic Scien-
vited.
tists, died Tuesday at age 71.
60
CARS FOR SALE
Rabinowitch, a native of
72 CAMERO, 350 automatic, pow- British WIZO Leader
Russia, came to the U. S. in
er steering, pwr. disc brakes,
tinted glass, AM-FM, 5 new Ra-
LONDON (JTA) — Mrs. 1938. He was senior chemist
dials. $2,700. 968-8595.
Tina Block, a founding mem- and section chief of the
ber of the Federation of Manhattan Project, which
Women Zionists of Great produced the first controlled
Briain and of WIZO, died here nuclear chain reaction and
at age 80.
led to the development of
Mrs. Bloch served as chair- the atom bomb.
Rose Raskin, a member of
man
of
the
federation
in
1947-
many Orthodox groups here,
At the time of his ___ath,
58 and was its honorary pres- he was a Woodrow Wilson
died Tuesday at age 64.
ident at the time of her fellow at the Smithsonian In-
Mrs. Raskin, 13750 Court ,
death.
stitution, on leave from the
land, Oak Park, was a mem-
State University of New
ber of Cong. Mishkan Israel,
York, Albany, where he was
Jewish National Fund, Ha- • Sid Shmarak, Ad Man
Sidney Shmarak, advertis- professor of chemistry.
dassah, Turover Farein,
Zionist Organization of De- ing manager of The Jewish
troit, Mizrachi and Zager News from 1946 until 1968, Abel Green, Editor
Chapter of Bnai Brith. Born died May 11 at age 65. Prior
in Poland, she lived in the to coming to Detroit in 1946, of Variety Magazine
he was associated in the ad-
NEW YORK — Abel
Detroit area 53 years.
vertising department of the Green, editor of Variety,
Survivors are her husband, Jewish Daily Forward in New entertainment magazine, died
Irving; a son, Dr. Milton; York.
May 11 at age 72.
two daughters, Mrs. Gilbert
He was a member of Harry
Mr. Green was the second
(Peggy) Roth and Mrs. Don- B. Keidan Lodge of Bnai editor of the show business
ald (Diane) Kohn; her par- Brith.
weekly. He succeded Sime
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Funeral services were held Silverman in 1933.
Nosanchuk; a brother, Dr. Sunday at Kaufman Chapel.
Mr. Green was also known
Joseph; a sister, Mrs. Abra-
Surviving are his wife, Yet- for his language styling. He
ham (Ann) Mayers; and ta; two sons, Dr. Kenneth L. abbreviated words wherever
eight grandchildren.
of Livingston, N. J.; and Ar- he could. One of his most
thur D.; and four grandchil- famous headlines read,
"Sticks Nix Hick Pix."
Classifieds Get Quick Results dren.

557-0139, or
398-7562



PROFESSIONAL MAKEUP
ARTIST

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

538-2025

55—MISCELLANEOUS

FREE ESTIMATES AND
PAPER CONSULTATION

5540 E. 8 Mile Rd.

If No Answer

WE BUY old T.V.'s, working or
not. Call Saturdays only. 891-0551.

Sleeping couch $20, sleeping
couch $35, plain couch orange
With a customized look. Quality colored $25, 2 easy chairs $15
paper hanging by request.
each, gas stove, 4 flames, $25.

will apply your personalized
make-up for weddings and
special occasions, in the pri-
vacy of your home.

Call 7 Days A Week

Also plays

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
EXPERT HOME
IMPROVEMENT AND
GARAGE BUILDERS
FREE ESTIMATES

TAYLOR GARAGES

53-A—ENTERTAINMENT

SINGING guitarist.
violin. 398-2462.

7040 Puritan—Detroit

'LOWEST PRICES

342-2383 evenings

50—BUSINESS CARDS

Rose Raskin, 64

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