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April 04, 1975 - Image 46

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46 Friday, April 4, 1975

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

40 7- BUSINESS CARDS

MAKE
MOVING EASY

ALUMINUM
SIDING & TRIM

SILVERPLATING — rep airing, sil-
ver, gold, brass and copper. VE
6-0721.

PAINT UP and Wallpaper up for
spring. Antiquing & staining.
ALAN ZATKOFF. 544-1646.

Hand Lettering, invitations, an-
nouncements. etc. Call KATHY
645-0992.
Painting interior. exterior. Wall
washing. window washing. Ask
prices by telephone after 5 pm.
547,6762.

B.& G MOVING CO.

24 hrs.
Flat rate
Local

822-0600

Sparkle and Shine

WINDOW WASHING SERVICE

Free estimates Low prices
Homes, apts. and offices

CALL 357-5850

Let professionals handle your
household sales and appraisals.

HOME & ESTATE
LIQUIDATORS
559-2068

MR. HANDYMAN

Where it's a privilege to service
you in the 3 R's to better living.

REPLACEMENTS — REPAIRS
REMODELING.

Please call

547-8954

WALLPAPER SALE

Under New Management

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

NATIONAL WALLCOVERINGS

3950 W.. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley, Mich.
546-6800

_ WONDER WASH

$39.95 5 Rooms

WHY PAINT WALLS
WHEN YOU CAN WASH?

Nobody BEATS OUR PRICES
OR WORKMANSHIP

Residential & Commercial

FURNITURE REPAIR

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

INVISIBLE VINYL
UPHOLSTERY REPAIR

Tears

-

Rips

-

Holes

-

Cig. Burns

CARPET REPAIRS

Free

Estimates

LI 2-1640

AL SUNSHINE
- 348-9090

LOOKING FOR A
GOOD PAINTER?

CLAYPOOL
WELL DRILLING

Exlierienced. ReasOnable.
Free Estimates

543-0130

Retired person for window
covering sales. Set your own
hours. Must be enterprising.
Business experience desired.
Must have car. Call Mon.-
Fri. 9-5.

559-8209

FURNITURE — BUILT INS
CABINETRY

Since 1920
476-2693 or 437-1300

MOVING?

College students will move
furniture & appliances ex ,
pertly at economy rates.

544-0023

PAPERHANGING
& PAINTING

HOBI JUDSON

Experien6ed.
Reasonable.

DESIGNER & FABRICATOR

398-0620

546-3622

COLOR TV SERVICE

Expert & courteous service
done in your home. For free
estimate call PHIL KLEIN. .

559,2037

EMERGENCY

Call the Doctor

Broken Arm?
Broken Leg

WE FIX
ALL FURNITURE

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

"COMPLETE"

Reupholstering & Re-
fininshing. Our Spec-
ialty is repairing, re-
glueing and reupholst-
ering dining room
chairs.

WE DO GOOD
WORK

Any Problem—
Large or Small
Use Your

master charge
a

"Blue
Cross"

CALL 851-2550
NOW!
on Call 24 Hours

Grandfather-Mantle-Antique-

Modern

CLOCKS REPAIRED

36 yrs. Exp.

Automobile Cuckoo 400 Day Chime

WAYNE CLOCK &
WATCH SERVICE
Call 557-2163

ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS —
Disposals, leaking faucets, &
plugg- e- d drains fixed. We also
install YOUR fixtures and ap-

pliances. No service charge.
Call

398-1754

CUSTOM
PAPER HANGING

Insured & Neat
Call MIKE BLACK

545-0444

PAPER HANGING

ably priced. References.

Days 1-5 — 851-5114
After 6 p.m. — 342-7149

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

Texturing of walls. Repairs.

557-1338

Call H. WEINGARTEN

Free Estimates 864-8844

Remodel Stucco
also over existing drywall

SUPERIOR DECORATING
SERVICE

Free Estimate
Fast Clean Service

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

541-0278

PAINTING & PAPERHANGING

Fair price for quality work, 30

years in the area.

Call Charles Godau

MI. 2-2612

557-8906

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

559-7398

PAINTING

Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture clean-
ing. Wall washing, painting,
interior-exterior.

Day 422-3764
Nite 937-8374

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

SPECIAL
PRE-SEASON RATES
Residential
— Free Estimates —

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

545-2573
TOBIAS •
PLASTERING REPAIRS

- Awnings

WYNER ALUMINUM &
MODERNIZATION

With a golden touch. CUSTOM
Free esti-
mates, fully insure°. CALL

WALLPAPERING.

Al Benkoff
Dave Berikoff

MOSHE FUCHS

543-6842'
399-0652

A & J PLUMBING CO.

Exterior-Interior Custom Work
Specializing in Staining &
Refinishing

LICENSED MASTER PLUMBER

559-4229 or 559-5860

Fully insured — References

HOUSEWORK
GOT YOU DOWN?

General cleaning, steam ex-
traction carpet cleaning,
floor waxing and stripping,
window cleaning, carpet and
upholstery shampooing.

Bonded/Insured Free Estimate.

Call DOMESTICARE at

757-0960

PROFESSIONAL DECORATING
By
ALAN KUMPULA

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

547-7569

544.9583

Please call

476-0732
363-2345
CARPENTRY

Rec. rooms, paneling, floors
• ceilings tiled. Miscella-
neous repairs. Also stucco
work. References and very
reasonable.

Call RON 968-4576 eves.

T.V. REPAIRS

LoW cost—Color and black & white
by experienced technician.

Cal MARK MICHALSON
357-1831
if no answer call 557-2163

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.,
INCORPORATED — -

Custom work, household mov-

LOCAL MOVING

ing, offices, packing, piano and
appliances. Local and State of
Michigan.

1 item or a house fulls. Rea-
sonable rates.
Pianos moved.

357-2674

LARKINS. MOVING CO.

422-5458

Household and Office
Furniture

MASTER CARPET
& UPHOLSTERY
CLEANING SERVICES

Local and Long Distance
Also 'Storage

331-3011

. EXTRACTION (STEAM)
OR SHAMPOO

Free Estimates 399-7091

Versatile
Installations

INTRODUCES
LEVOLOR
RIVIERA BLINDS

Fast service — Custom
installation also Quality
Paper Hanging with a
Golden Touch
Interior Exterior
Painting

399-5886

CHRIS BIRCHALL

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• • • MOVING • • • •
• • REBATE OF • •


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• •
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• • With this ad during

• April of '75.
















Licensed & Insured

SOUTHFIELD
SUBURBAN
MOVING CO.

Best prices. Best workmanship
on roofing, siding, trim and
gutters. Quality materials only.

546-0050

paneling and partitions

Roofing-Gutters

Experienced with all types of

papers.. Free estimates. Reason-

We meet your complete needs .
including
Remodeling - repairs - roofing
recreation rooms

Aluminum Storms & Screen

10% DISCOUNT
WITH THIS AD
398-8605

AAA ABSOLUTELY

—CARPENTRY

With a finish so.tough
paint remover won't effect it.

Experienced to satisfy all your deco-
rating needs. Wallpaper hanging
and removal. Interior & exterior
painting. Free Estimates. Pre-Sum-
mer Special.

40 7- BUSINESS CARDS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS











• 354-1464 • • •
.••••••••••••••• ■■ •

Franklin Sidlow,
of Collection Firm

Franklin I. Sidlow, owner
of Franklin Collection Serv-
ice of Southfield, died
March 31 at age 45.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
low was the immediate past
president of the Michigan
Association Collection
Agencies and
and a member of
the National Legislative
Review Board of the Ameri-
can Collection Association.
He was a retired major in
the Michigan Air National
Guard and a navigator dur-
ing the Korean War with
the U.S. Air Force. He
taught Sunday school at
Temple Beth El and Temple
Israel. He also was a mem-
ber of the Probus Club. He
resided 1702 Brentwood,
Troy.
He leaves his wife, Kath-
ryn; two sons, Thomas and
James; a daughter, Eliza-
beth; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben (Minnette) Sidlow;
two brothers, Hubert and
Allen of Missouri. Services
1:30 p.m. Friday at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

Irving Manheimer,
Tools Distributor

Irving N. Manheimer,
president of TOol Sales Inc.,
distributors of abrasive
tools, died April 1 at age 66.
Born in New York City,
Mr. Manheimer lived in De-
troit 60 years. He was a
member of Craftsman
Lodge of the Masons and the
Moslem Shrine. He resided
at 16199 Oxley Rd., South-
field.
He leaves his wife, Mar-
i-on; a son, Ronald of San
Diego, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Samuel (Arleen) Blu-
menstein; five brothers, Leo
Sol, Harry, David and Gus;
two sisters, Mrs. Henry
(Martha) Lewis and Mrs.
George (Sylvia) Lewis; six
grandchildren.

Victor Finn, 85,
Local Businessman

— Victor Finn, a furniture
manufacturer's representa-
tive for more than 55 years,
died March 31 at age 85.
Born in England, Mr.
Finn was a past president
and charter member of the
Furniture Club of Detroit
and a charter member of the
Home Furnishings Club of
Michigan.
He leaves a son, Gerald;
a daughter, Mrs. Ray-
mond (Bertha) Goldman; a
sister, Mrs. Louis (Ettie)
Robinson; and three grand-
children.

-

Mrs, Ballin, 98,
Active in Groups

Mrs. Carrie Leppel Ballin,
longtime Detroiter who was
active in many civic organi-
zations, died March 28 at
age 98.
Widow of Dr. Max Ballin,
Mrs. Bailin was a member
of the hoard of Hutzel Hos-
pital and a member of the
University of Michigan
League, Detroit Symphony
Society, Detroit Institute of
Arts Founders Society,
Women's City Club, 20th
Century Club, Friends of
the Public Library, Rept --
can Club and Temple L,-

Israelis Urged
to Teach Overseas

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israeli teachers were urged
Monday to take assign-
ments in Jewish communi-
ties abroad.
Dr. Haim Hamiel, direc-
tor general of the World
Zionist Organization's reli-
gious education depart-
ment, said that without the
support of Israeli educators,
Jewish education in the
Diaspora could not survive.
He said that currently
about 270 Israeli teachers
serve 1,000 Jewish commu-
nities world-wide.

Violinist to Appear
'at Young Israel

Violinist Mischa Lefkow-
itz will entertain at a dinner
following services for Is-
rael's Day of Remembrance
and Independence Day 6:45
p.m. April 15 at Young Is-
rael Center of Oak-Woods.
Sponsored by the Metro-
politan Council of Young
Israel and the local Mizrachi
organization, the dinner is
open to the public: For res-
ervations, call the syn-
agogue, 398-1177, between 9
a.m. and 3:30 p.m. daily.

Ben-Gurion U. Has
Seminar on Energy

BEERSHEBA — Fifteen
of the world's leading scien-
tists in the field of magneto-
hydrodynamics were -in Is-
rael recently to attend an
international seminar at
Ben-Gurion University of
the Negev on "MHD-flows
and Turbulence." About 30
Israeli scientists also at-
tended.
The 45 scientists taking
part in the seminar on fuel
saving were from Canaci
England, France, Israel -an
the United_States. The semi-
nar is sponsored by the Bat-
Sheva de Rothschild Foun-
dation for the Advancement
of Science and Technology
in Israel.
Meanwhile, Israeli Minis-
ter Gideon Hausner partici-
pated in the opening session
of the fifth annual meeting
of the board of governors of
Ben-Gurion University of
the Negev.

The Jew is destined to
play the role of an interna-
tional link between the dif-
ferent countries of the
earth.
—Elisee Reclus

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