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May 03, 1974 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-03

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46-Friday, May 3, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40-A-EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

50-BUSINESS CARDS

LICENSED electrician, 557-8981 or
557-5775.

Energetic and ambitious young
man desires employment - ex- PANELING, partitions, floors,
ceilings, tiled, also small jobs,
cellent health, 24 years old. ' reasonable.
Ron. 968-4576.
Willing learner-will try any
thing. College graduate with
Master's Degree. Call 557-6423
or write Box 1160, The Jewish
News, 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., With a golden touch. CUSTOM
Suite 865, Southfield, Mich. WALLPAPERING. Free esti-
mates, fully insured. CALL
48075.
543-6842
Al
Benkoff
WOMAN will sit with elderly.
399-0652
Days or evenings. References. 968- Dave Benkoff
8369.
CARPENTRY work, inside do out•
QUALITY Day Care for Elderly. side. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.
Experienced. Oak Park-Southfield
ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reasonable.
544-4655.
LU 2-1790, 557-7228.
Experienced educator with exten-
sive background in teaching and PLUMBING repairs, including
administration in Hebrew and disposals and sump pumps, no
public schools, looking for part- service charge. 398-1754.
time work, available June 1974
With masters degree and many
Remodel
hours beyond. Interested in pos-
sible sales work, public relations,
Repair
educational fields. Please respond
Rebuild
to Box No. 1158 - The Jewish
News, 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., South-
Renew
field, Mich. 48075.

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

45-BUSINESS
OPPOItTUNITY

To

lease

Good

ness.

corner

going

SPOT.

HOT

Hamburger

Approximately

per week-Can

be

busi-

$1,200

improved.

15447 W. 7 MI. RD.

SEEKING BUSINESS
PARTNER WITH
CAPITAL. SURE
MONEY MAKER.
CAN'T LOSE. CALL
GWEN 837-0296 OR
838-2455.

Replace
Restore
Refinish-
Rework
Rewire
Redesign
Recreate,
Renovate
At Reduced Prices
352-4488
Respond

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

331-3011

WALLPAPER SALE

Under New Management

We carry the very finest in
quality - wallcoverings at dis-
count prices. Over 50,000 pat-
terns . to choose from. Hours
10-5, evenings by appt.

NATIONAL WALLCOVERINGS
3950 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley, Mich.

546-6800

WANT TO BUY A HOME?

1j

EXCLOSIVE
PEATCRIEARER
BROKER

CALL 559-8333

. AETNA REALTY CO.

24469 Greenfield Rd.

773-7462

Helen Suzman Wins
S. African Post Again

ROOFING, free estimates, per-
sonal references. 849-0339.

THE FURNITURE MAN

Fine quality craftsmanship for
your fine quality furniture. Strip-
ping touch-ups including, burns,
cracks, scratches. All defects per-
manently removed and the beauty
of expert refinishing. Call us for
advice about your furniture.

838-5687

CUSTOM interior and exterior
painting. Wood finishing and
antiquing. Reasonable. Refer-
ences. 547-1438.

55-MISCELLANEOUS

Floor sanding, finishing and

stain work beautifully done.

Work myself. 30 years experi-

ence. Free estimates.

in the home or in the
hospital. Buttons to
Casters to Seams.

"COMPLETE"

Finishing and
Upholstering

WE DO GOOD
WORK

Any Problem-
Large or Small
Use Your

Master
Charge

"Blue
Cross"

CALL 851-2550
NOW!
on Call 24 Hours

Brandeis Women's Committee
needs your unwanted books, pa-
perbacks, magazines, music,
etc. for its Sept. '74 sale. Pick-
up all year.

SI•VERPLATING repairs
copper, brass. VE 6-0721.

55-B-APPAREL FOR SALE

WILL ADDRESS invitations of WHITE original wedding gown,
matching train & headpiece. Size
all kinds. Call Judy, 399-3412.
6 or 8. 358-3659.

PAINTING
PAPERHANGING

Call Days 1-5
851-5114
Eves. after 6 p.m.
342-7149

SUPERIOR DECORATING
SERVICE

Specialist in wallpaper hanging
and removal. Interior painting
and decorating services. Free
estimates. All work guaranteed.

56-ANTIQUES

ANTIQUE
SHOW & SALE

WESTLAND MALL

Wayne and Warren Roads

May 6th thru 12th

35 quality dealers
Mall Hours
-Free Parking-
-Free Admission-

ANTIQUE
FLEA MARKET

272-0654
CALL US LAST!

2 BIG DAYS
EVERY WEEK
Sat. 12-9 p.m.
Sun. 12-6 p.m.

Aluminum siding trim-gutters,
roofing-roof repairs, and all
general repairs. Guaranteed
material and workmanship.

Cider Mill Village
Mini Mall
Telegraph & Square Lake Rds.
In Miracle Mile Shopping Ctr.

546-0050

Free Admission
Free Parking

Afraid of the High Cost of
TV Repairs?

Ron Schultz
543-0314

For 9xperienced, reliable service
at reasonable prices. No charge
for in home estimates.

Good clothes - KNICK
KNAKS, dishes and household
items in good condition wanted
for rummage sale to be held
in Mishkan Israel Synagogue.
Call for pick-up.

399-4123 398-6027

Quail:4 Painting- Co•

Somebody who cares ')

398-9295

Finding a competent private duty nurse
who's competent isn't difficult. Finding a
competent nurse who cares can be very

difficult.

Call fora 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

*

Will not do shmear jobs. We will not sacrifice quality
for a low price paint job. If you are looking for a
shmear job, then you are reading the wrong ad, but
if you expect quality at a fair price then call Alan
Rosenthal now. We're a small company that still be-
lieves in quality workmanship. If you don't call now
look for our ad two weeks from now.

We advertise this way so that our customers pay only
for our painting not our advertising.

* Call 398-9295 for a free estimate.

,*******************

Mrs. Helen Suzman, a Pro-
gressive member of the
South Africa Parliament, was
re-elected to her post in that
country's election last week.
The party, part of the - op-
position to the Nationalist
party, favors the end of
apartheid. The progressive
party showed the biggest
gain - from one to six -
and all of the gains were in
affluent English - speaking
suburbs, three of them in
Johannesburg.
Five Jews were among 169
MPs elected in the election.
Hymie Miller, Theo Aronson
and Dr. Ephraim Fisher, all
of the United Party, were
returned unopposed. Harry
Schwarz of the UP, was elec-
ted. Jewish MP Sonny Emdin
of the UP lost his seat. Elec-
ted in provincial council elec.
dons the same day were
Dave Epstein, A. B. Wid-
man, Sam Moss and A. Gadd
all of the UP, and Dr. Selma
Browde of the PP in Trans-
vaal, and C. Brett and I.
Goldberg of the UP, and H.
Hirsch of the PP in Cape-
town.

TEL AVIV (JTA) -Rabbi
Yaacob Berman, one of the
early Mizrachi movement
leaders and founder of thE
religious education trend in
Israeli schools, died Apra.
22 at age 96.
Born in Lithuania, he heit.,
many rabbinical posts in
Russia and was chief army
chaplain during the Keren
sky regime.
He arrived in Palestine in
1921 and became inspectoi
of Mizrachi schools. He was
winner of the "Israel Award"
for his contributions to the
field of education.

Henriette Polak, 80

AMSTERDAM ,( J T A ) -
Henriette Polak, the widow
of one of the Netherland,.
foremost philosophers whc
died in the Sachsenhaw-
concentration camp, is dead
at age 80.
Of a wealthy background.
Mrs. Polak founded severa'
foundations in honor of her
philosopher thusband, L e
Polak, who was arrested ii
the early days of the N
occupation of the Nether.
lands for his outspoken an':
Nazi stand. He died at Sach•
senhausen in December 1941
The foundations support cul
tural institutions and artist
both in the Netherlands an
Israel.

-

75-C-RUMMAGE SALES

Southfield

40-EMPLOYMENT

NEW YORK - Maurice
Bernhardt, justice of t
State Supreme Court for the
Second District, died Apr ,1 .
26 at age 74.
Justice Bernhardt, a long-
time civic and community
leader, was a former presi-
dent of the New York Metro-
politan Council of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, a
former chairman of tht
Brooklyn branches of the
United Jewish Appeal and
the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies and former
treasurer of the Brooklyn
Women's Hospital.
r in
He had been a
Red Cross and A.___.rican
ORT Federation drives. Jus-
tice Bernhardt, a founder of
the Brooklyn Child Can
Council and the East New
York Young Men's Hebrew
Association, served as a di-
rector of the Jewish Family
Welfare Society and as presi-
dent of the Pride of Judea
Children's Services.

Rabbi Berman, 96;
Mizrachi Leader

Tax deductible.

gold,

Justice Bernhardt,
of NY High Court

.

Call DI 1-2461

626-1615

Experienced paper hanging.
Free estimates. Very reason-
able.

WE FIX
ALL FURNITURE

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reasonable.
557-7228. LU. 2-1790.

53-A-ENTERTAINMENT

547-7569

Broken Arm?
Broken Leg

CUSTOM draperies - beautiful
hand work at competitive prices.
Fabric samples available. 647-
6017.

FREDDIE Sheyer, famous orches-
tra, $60.00 average price. 398-2462.

SUPERGRAPHICS by Bethany
Wexler. Call 851-6583 or 57-1909.

EMERGENCY
Call the Dodor

: Real estate ens.
.•

PAINT up and Wall paper up for
the Holidays. 544-1646.

CHRIS BIRCHALL LI 7-9654

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Also -Storage

MEMBERSHIP FOR SALE

WINDOW
CLEANING

Very neat and reasonable. I
decorate your home, like it was
my own.

EXPEMENCED paper hanger,
painter, free estimates, reason-
FURNITURE refinished and re- ably priced. 557-5945 or 559-5549.
paired. Free estimates. 474-8953.
PAINTING-DEOORATING, Inside,
outside. Experienceid, reasonable.
Russian refugee. 968-0698.

Local and Long Distance

CAREER OPPORTUNITY 91-COUNTRY CLUB

Can you imagine making two
families happy on the same day SHENANDOAH Swim Club Mem-
and getting paid for it? That's bership for sale. $300. 626-5502
what Real Estate One is like and after 6 p.m.
we would like to tell you more
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
about the exciting opportunities SHENANDOAH Swim Club Mem-
REASONABLE
available*. You're invited to bring bership. $225. 626-4642.
your husband or wife and attend
DETROIT & SUBURBS
our next Career Seminar on Sat.,
May 4, 9:30 a.m. at 28035 South-
field Rd., Lathrup Village. Call
559-2300 for your complimentary
COMPLETE remodeling, altera- reservation. Thank you.
tions, repair, kitchea, den,
basement, fain. rm., reasonable. 'In our Birmingham, Bloomfield
538-6894 after 4.
Hills and Lathrup Village offices

With a customized look. •Quality
paper hanging by request. Free
estimates and paper consultation.
Texturizing Ceiling and Walls is
our Specialty. Call

50-BUSINESS CARDS

Household and Office
Furniture

50-BUSINESS . CARDS

9'

41(

University Students
Give to Israel Needy
on Independence Day

BEERSHEBA - Students
at Ben-Gurion University of
the Negev spent Israel's In-
dependence Day distributing
gift parcels to needy families
in Beersheba. The parcels
included food, flowers, gift
vouchers a n d children's
books and games.
Oded Susskind, chairman
of the Students' Association
of Ben-Gurion University,
Which organized the cam-
paign, said .that there has
been a good response from
the students and university
staff, the general public and
local industries which the
students approached directly.
The money donated to the
students' campaign will be
used to purchase suitable
items for the gift parcels,
which the students will dis-
tribute in co-ordination with
the local social welfare
authorities.

Marjorie Rukeyser

NEW YORK - Marjorie
Rukeyser, a past president
of the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods, diet.
Monday at age 65, She was
the wife of economist - Ano
financial column =f2,01E
S. Rukeyser.
She was a trustee of th
Union of American Hebrev
Congregations and a boan
member of both the Hebre:,
Union College-Jewish Insti
tute of Religion and Wm...
Union for Progressive Juda-
ism.

Rabbi Israel Porath

CLEVELAND - Rabbi I
rael Porath, dean of tilt
Orthodox rabbis of Clevela.
died at the age of 88.
Two sons and a grar.
son, all rabbis, were among
those who officiated at fu
neral services.

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