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January 10, 1975 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-10

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46—Friday, January 10, 1975

40. —EMPLOYMENT

50—BUSINESS CARDS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Since 1920

RELIABLE &
REASONABLE
PLUMBING &
FURNACE
INSTALLATIONS

476-2693 or 437-1300

Repair humidifiers & air cleaners

50—BUSINESS CARDS

COMPANION for elderly lady,
private room, all services. Good
salary. Call 851-3848 eves or week-
ends.

40-A—EMPLOY MENT
WANTED

CLAYPOOL
WELL DRILLING

If you are a working mother

looking for a reliable place to

PAPER HANGING

leave your child during the day

Experienced with all types of

Call ROBERTA at 399-8371

BABYSITTING for vacationing
parents. 968-8684.

QUALITY day care for elderly.
Experience-d. 544-4655.

Days 1-5 — 851-5114

LEAVING TOWN FOR A

After 6 p.m. — 342-7149

Ron Schultz

543-0314

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

PAINTING & PAPERHANGING

WALLPAPER SALE

YOung, reliable and honest pro-
fessional couple seeks live-in
house sitting responsibilities.
Coll before 10 AM or after 6
PM

864-7881

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

398-1754

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.,
INCORPORATED

CUSTOM antiquing and staining,
kitchen cabinets and woodwork
refinishing Interior painting
.Reasonable, references. 547-1438.

Custom work, household mov-
ing, offices, packing, piano and
appliances. Local and State of
Michigan.

"MEET AN HONEST
MAN"

CERAMIC TILE
INSTALLATION

INVISIBLE VINYL
UPHOLSTERY REPAIR

526-4840

557-8906

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

HERMAN
PAINTING AND
DECORATING

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

(A Mark of Excellence)

A & J PLUMBING CO.

837-5797

THE MOVING MEN

Licensed & Insured

FREDDY SHEYER — Two piece
orchestra. Accordian, guitar,
piano, violin, auto'drum, singing.
398-2462.

$500 POOL Table with equipment,
$225. 535.3727.

Death 'Sentence

TEL AVIV — An opinion
poll taken among students at
the Syngalowski Center on
the question of Palestinians
and Arab terrorism has
shown that a majority of the
students are in favor of the
death penalty for convicted
terrorists.
Many students expressed
dissatisfaction with Israel's
handling of the image of
Palestinian terrorists feeling
that immigrants and possible
immigrants to the country
should be assured of a
"strong hand" protecting
them at all times.

Finest decorating

19 yrs. in area

398-9477

By

.

ALAN KUMPULA

Fine painting & papering, spe-
cializing in foils & decorator
papers. All work carefully
planned with the personal
friendly touch.

547-7569

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Guaranteed 18 years.
Experienced — lowest price.

PROFESSIONAL
PAPER HANGING

* QUALITY PAPER HANGING
WITH A GOLDEN TOUCH
* FLOCKS, FOILS, VINYLS,
CLOTH
* FREE ESTIMATES AND
CONSULTATION
For your calls
Versatile Installation

399-5886

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

or

559-7398

EXPERIENCED handyman—
Plumbing, electrical, carpentry,
Built-in dishwashers, built-In
stoves and ovens, complete instal.
lation. Reasonable, dependable.
474-2243.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

LI 7-9654

COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions, repair, kitchen, den,
basement, fam. rm., reasonable.
538-6894 after 4.

EMERGENCY

Call the Doctor

50—BUSINESS CARDS

FELDBRO QUALITY MEATS

(Trimmed Rite, Priced Rite)

NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER

20233 W. 7 MILE and

6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

CHICKEN LEGS
& THIGHS

.Cut from Young Fryers

49..

(W. Bloomfield Plaza)

PICKLED
TONGUES

-

-

LB.

Por. Back Att.

FREE PARKING AT BOTH LOCATIONS

20233 W. 7 MILE

2 blocks W. of Evergreen

corner Kentfield
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9-6
Fri. 9-9; Sat. 8-7; SUN. 8-4

KE 4-7522

Jewish Groups
Form Student Union

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
A coalition of Jewish organ-
izations at the University of
California here has formed a
Jewish student union "for
the individual Jew who
doesn't want to belong to a
participating group but who
wants to have a Jewish
identity."
The union is under the
supervision of Dean Robert
Ringler, who called its ma' - -
function that of "dissem
ing information about d.
ent aspects of Jewish
both as a programing unit
and as a central place for
Jewish students to visit to
work out their ideas.

Police Chief Denies
Anti-Semitic Charge

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)-
The police chief of the Rio
Negro province, Benigno
Mario Ardanaz, has repudi-
ated a report that he recently
appended a venomous anti-
Semitic attack on Jews to an
"order of the day" and also
denied that he has resigned.
In a cable to DAIA, the
representative body of Ar-
gentine Jewry, he stated that
the anti-Semitic declaration
had been maliciously attrib-
uted to him.

British Industrialist
Leaves UNESCO

LONDON (JTA)—Sir Jack
Lyons resigned from the
British UNESCO Commission
ELECTRICIAN, 557-
476-0732
363-2345 LICENSED
8981 or 557-5775.
after issuing a public state-
ment protesting against the
ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reason-
AAA ABSOLUTELY able. LU 2-1790, 557-7228.
anti-Israel resolutions adopt-
ed by the UN body.
WILL ADDRESS invitations of
Best prices. Best workmanship all kinds. Call Judy, 399-3412.
Lyons, a prominent in-
on roofing, siding, trim and
dustrialist and a famous pa-
DRESSMAKING and alterations.
gutters. Quality materials only. 20 years experience. Call after 5.
Elaine J. Grant, 52 , tron of the arts, had presid-
968-8490.
over the Shakespeare
546-0050
of
Women's Groups ed
CARPENTRY work, Inside & out
Quarter Centenary Commit-
side. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.
Elaine Joyce G r a nt, a tee which organized the 400th
PAPER HANGING & Painting. Ex- member of local women's anniversary of the birth of
LARKINS MOVING CO. perienced.
Reasonable. 398-0620.
organizations, died Jan. 4 at William Shakespeare.
Household and Office 75-B—AUCTIONS
age 52.
Furniture
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Grant
Local and Long Distance
was a member of Hadassah Detroiters Named
*
Also Storage
*
* and Cong. Beth Achim's to Dean's List
*
* sisterhood. She is a graduate
NEW YORK—Daniel Arm,
331-3011
*
* of Wayne (State) University. son
of Rabbi and Mrs. Mil-
THIS
SUNDAY
*
ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERS &
Mrs. Grant resided at 22454 ton Arm, of Woodcrest Ct.,
trim. Licensed, insured. Free
Chatsford
Circuit,
Southfield.
estimates. 525-9160.
TREASURE HUNT *
Southfield, and Bruce Sheri-
*
* She leaves her husband,
PAINT UP and Wallpaper up for
* Dr. Abraham H.; a son, Gil- zen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ART
-s,
the winter. Antiquing & staining.
Paul Sherizen of Parklawn
*
4, bert J.; three daughters, 'Ave.,
ALAN ZATKOFF. 544-1646.
Oak Park, have been
lc Mrs. Kenneth (Rose Deb-
AUCTION
named to the dean's list at
FURNITURE refinished and re-
*
*
orah)
Weissman
of
Eglin
paired. Free estimates. 474-8953.
Yeshiva University.
**
A collection of over 215
AFB, Florida, Judith L. and
Arm is a senior majoring
*
art
works
consisting
of
all
* media, contemporary as
Mrs. Hal (Donna) Rosenblit in philosophy while Sherizen
*
* well as traditional. Oil
of Ann Arbor; her father, is a pre-med sophomore.
* paintings — Acrylics — .4c
Bernard Albert; a sister,
* Lithographs — Etchings—
* Engravings — C o p p e r * Mrs. Sam (Florence) Kap-
* Enameled Miniatures — *
No Fahmi Visit Due
* Sculptures etc. The art to * lan of Chicago; and two
* be auctioned originates * granddaughters.
Broken Arm?
WASHINGTON (JTA) —
* from artist studios, gal- *
Broken Leg
The State Department
* leries, publishers, collec- 3
no invitation has been is
* tors .If you would like to
WE FIX
Mrs. Indenbaum,
* have your collection sold
to Egyptian Foreign
* at auction or if you are a
*
ALL FURNITURE
Ismail Fahmi to visit Wash-
* working artist, then you 4( Center Secretary
in the home or in the
* may enter up to 4 pieces 4(
Shirley Indenbaum, long- ington.
* of your work in this auc- .4(
hospital. Buttons to
A spokesman said that ex-
* tion. * time secretary of the Jewish
Casters to Seams.
* Call 894-6940 for more in- * Community Center's group cept for the upcoming visit
"COMPLETE"
* formation. Inform your * services division, died Jan. 9 here by Israeli Foreign Min-
* friends of this exciting *
Reupholstering & Re-
ister Yigal Allon, Secretary
* and culturally stimulating k at age 50.
fininshing. Our Spec-
*
event. Your auction is con- *
ialty is repairing, re-
A native Detroiter, Mrs. of State Henry A. Kissinger
* ducted by Harry Weinsaft. '4,
glueing and reupholst-
,* No admission charge, * Indenbaum was a past presi- does not have any meetings .
ering dining room
0
3 t. casual attire.
chairs.
dent of the Ivan S. Bloch scheduled with officials of
*
Chapter of Bnai Brith. She the Middle East or plans for
WE DO GOOD
*
DATE:
This
Sun.
Jan.
12
*
* PREVIEW: 1-2 P.M.
* resided at 14511 Bishop, Oak a Middle East trip at this
WORK
*
time.
* Park.
* AUCTION STARTS:2 4(
Any Problem—
She
is
survived
by
her
*
P.M. Sharp.
Large or Small
*
4( husband, Bernard; three Rosten Honored
*
Use Your
* PLACE: Kingsley Inn
* daughters, Mrs. Alan (Deb-
NEW YORK—Leo Rosten,
"Blue
*
Woodward S. of Long 4K orah) Hitsky, Mrs. Abraham
the
creator of Hyman Kap-
Cross"
*
Lake Rd.
* (Janet) Berman and Ruth; lan, was made an honorary
*
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
two sisters, Mrs. Joseph fellow of the London School
CALL 851-2550
*
-k (Bertha) Rocklin and Mrs.
of Economics. The 66-year-
MI 4-1400
*
-0
NOW!
Milton (Sadie) Levin; and old author's best known
-
-0
*
*
* two grandchildren. Services
on Call 24 Hours
works are "The Education of
-X
*
*
le 10:30 a.m. today at Hebrew Hyman Kaplan" and "The
*
..*******************-. Memorial Chapel.
Joys of Yiddish."

585-8590

Please call

Fully licensed and insured

PROFESSIONAL DECORATING

Painting — Roofing — Many
Home Repairs. References
Available

Professional moving at low
rates. For free estimates CALL

LICENSED MASTER PLUMBER

53 -A — ENTERTAINMENT

55— MISCELLANEOUS

Prices Drastically Reduced

AL SUNSHINE
348-9090

LADIES alterations. Experienced.
Quick 'service. Reasonable. 538-
4030.

SILVERPLATING and repairing,
copper, brass, silver and gold.
VIE 6-0721.

546-6800

Call JIM FORMANEK

While Quantities Last

CARPENTER-Handyman. Need
work. Call Tom. 541-7860 or 331-
3669.

Touch up—Dents—Broken &
Loose Joints—Cig. Burns—Dog
Bites.

Call Charles Godau

LOOKING for a good painter? Ex-
perienced and reasonable. 543-
0130.

ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS —
Disposals, leaking faucets, &
plugged drains fixed. We also
install YOUR fixtures and ap-
pliances. No service charge.
Call

357-2674

Tears - Rips - Holes - Cig. Burns
Free Estimates

CHARLES PAINTING CO. Quality
workmanship. 15 yrs. experience.
Phone 781-9962. References.

EXPERIENCED paper hanger,
painter. Free estimates. Reason-
able. Do own work. 557-0348.

DAHLIA BETEL

Patch work and cleaning.

PANELING, partitions, floors,
ceilings, tiled, also small jobs,
reasonable. Ron. 968-4576.

272-0654

FURNITURE REPAIR

Fair price for quality work, 30
years in the area.

543-6842
399-0652

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

YEAR OR MORE?

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

Afraid of the High Cost of
TV Repairs?

Al Benkoff
Dave Benkoff

JACK RUBIN

Under New Management

50—BUSINESS CARDS

MI. 2-2612

626-8644

ably priced. References.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

SUPERIOR DECORATING
SERVICE

MICHAEL BYER

papers. Free estimates. Reason-

for reasonable rates.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

South of Maple
West Bloomfield Plaza
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday thru Saturday

626-4656



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