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May 21, 1976 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

DRESSMAKING and alterations.
20 years experience. Reasonable.
968-8490.

HANDYMAN

All repairs
around the home
inside & out

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions, repair, kitchen, den, base-
ment, fam. rm., reasonable.
354-6473 after 4.
CARPENTRY work, inside & out-
side. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.

WINDOW CLEANING. Experi-
enced college students. 557-4528.

PAINTING

Interior—Exterior
Reasonable—No Waiting
Call
HAROLD MILNER

Call BOB
548-4432

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

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

541 0278

535-7946

ASPHALT
PAVING



-

,INUM SIDING & TRIM,
240 LBS. SEAL
TAB SHINGLES.
Over 30 yrs.
of quality work.
Licensed & Insured.
Free Estimates.

ft..;,iFI NG

544-3872

EMERGENCY

CALL THE

FURNITURE DOCTOR

*Any Furniture Repair
*Reupholstering
'Refinishing
*Chair Caning
*Our Speciality
is repairing. reglueing-
& reupholstering
dining room chairs.

Call: MARV KAY
851-2550 24 Hours

MICHAEL BLACK

For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

Free Estimates

352-1923

PROFESSIONAL
PAPER HANGING

Will hang anything!

57.00 per roll
Also interior & exterior painting

CALL AL

967-1295

MITZI'S
TAXI • SERVICE

We go anywhere. No run too short

nor too long. Package pick-up & de-

livery. Service to all airports.

545-8880

CARPENTRY
Work

Rec. rooms, etc.
Work myself, Lowest prices.

Free Estimates.

546-6891

PLUMBING REPAIRS

Disposals, Faucets & Bathroom

Alterations & Violations

No Service Charge

398-1754

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

557-1338

E. LARKINS
MOVERS

Referral service,
personalized since 1946

.822-3417





Drive-ways . . . 50 ft.
$200
Culvert Repairs
Repair Broken Asphalt
Parking Lots

FREE
ESTIMATES

Days 334-6306 or
Eves. 391-1237

JULIUS ROSS

MOVING CO., INC.

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

SILVERPLATING —

Call-A-Maid

557-2008
DOMESTIC MAID SERVICE

• Efficient • Transportation Incl.
• For Home or Office

VAIL PAINTING
SERVICES

Custom Interiors
Exterior Refurbishing
Varnishing ... Stucco

Insured. 543-9147
References. 546-6507

DECORATING

Prime Wallpaper Hanging
& painting
Fast Service
Free Estimates
L. Cooper
M. Neuman

offices, packing, piano and appli-

357-2674

F. W. STEWART
MOVING CO.
"THE MOVING MEN"

Professional courteous serv-
ice. Insured low rates. Excel-
lent references.

588-2418

Aluminum
Siding & Trim

Aluminum Gutters-Roofing
Replacement Windows
Deal With Owner
C a ll ADAMS

531-7060

ROMANO'S
LIMOUSINE SERVICE

Uniformed, chauffeured driven.
Available for all occasions.
By the hour-day-or week.
Courteous Service.

Call 545-8880

CARPENTRY

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

Call RON 968-4576 eves.

MOVING?

COLLEGE STUDENTS

With furniture van will move
you expertly at economy
rates.

Insured
549-5116
288-4055

CARL HARDING
MOVING CO.

Reasonable Rates

255-2881

FURNITURE REPAIR

Any Wood or
Upholstery Problem

MEL MARKOWITZ

642-5682

Call anytime

Afraid of the high
cost of TV repair?
Call RON SCHULTZ
Free in home estimate.
Over 10 yrs. experience.

, 543-0314,

repairs. VE 6-0721.
ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERS &
trim. License, insured. Free esti-
mates. 525-9160.
KITCHEN CABINETS refinished.
Wood staining & antiquing. Inte-
rior, exterior painting. Reasonable.
References. 547-1438.
PAINTING. Outside-Inside, wall
washing, Work myself. Reasonable.
Call after 5 p.m. 547-6762.
WILL ADDRESS invitations of all
kinds. Call Judy 399-3412.
LICENSED
ELECTRICIAN,
557-8981 or 557-5775.
WALLPAPER hanging & painting.
Quality work. Reasonable prices.
642-3047 and 546-0942.
SCRIPT lettering and addressing.
BENEE. 399-6286.

AMH
LAWN SERVICE

398-0779
If no answer: 559-7097

Mowing and Edging

525-9123 525-1434

WALLPAPERING

YOUR
NEEDLEPOINT

EXPERTLY DONE

CALL DAN

547-2091

MADE INTO PILLOWS

OAK PARK PLUMBING
& HEATING
Licensed Master Plumber
& Sewer Cleaning.
399-9528 or 399-8078

For the finest in Photography

477-2193

Custom work, household moving,

ances. Local and State of Michigan.

Copper, brass

CARMEL STUDIO

all social engagements
Portraits on Location
Landscapes-Interiors

851-3397

MR. FRIEDMAN

51 — MISCELLANEOUS

Professional
TYPING Service
Make sure your thoughts get

G. B. GREEN 646-2112

PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

851-2317

GENEVA — The World
Health Organization, reject-
ing a report by its own spe-
cial committee which
praised and criticized Israel
for the quality of its health
care for the Arab population

NY Plans Drive
in Support of UJA

NEW YORK (JTA) —

Mayor Abraham Beame is-
sued a proclamation desig-
nating the week beginning
June 6 as "Mobilization '76
Week" in New York City, a
period of intensive city-wide
activity in support of the
United Jewish Appeal-Fed-
eration of Jewish Philan-
thropies Joint Campaign.
Mobilization '76 chairman
Howard Samuels outlined
plans for 10,000 volunteers
to reach out to 200,000 per-
sons in their homes and
businesses during Mobiliza-
tion '76 week to raise $15
million, something never
before accomplished in the
absence of all-out war in-
volving the people of Israel.
In addition to the mobili-
zation by adults, 80,000 pup-
ils attending Hebrew
schools and day schools affi-
liated with federation's
Board of Jewish Education

Formal Recognition

NEW YORK — New York
Mayor Abraham Beame is-
Jewish Students
sued a proclamation calling
upon New York citizens to
Print Newspaper
support the efforts of Oper-
ation Recognition to secure
WASHINGTON (JTA)
— Magen
formal David
recognition
of the
The first issue of the Jewish
Adorn Society
Pickle described as "a paper of Israel.
of Jewish concern for all
The group's national
concerned," has been pub-
lished by students con- chairman, Rabbi Rubin Do-
bin, pointed out that the
nected with the Jewish International Red Cross ex-
Studies program at the tends recognition to the
American University in Christian Red Cross, the
Washington.
Red Crescent, and
The "statement Moslem
of pur-
the Iranian Red Lion and
pose" on the front page of Sun. Thus far it has refused
the four-page, declared
tabloid-sized
to recognize
the Israeli Red
publication,
that Shield
of David.
the publication is "dedicated
to the analysis of present
Jewish political and eco-
nomic events and the pres- Fatah Leaders
entation of Jewish literary
works."
Meet With Jews

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

422-3764 (days)
937-8374 (eves)

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Guaranteed 18
years. Experienced — lowest
price.
FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

PAINTING

MOSHE FUCHS

Residential
— Free Estimates —
Interior & Exterior
Custom Work.

Specializing in Staining &
Refinishing.

398-8322 or 559-5860

FURNITURE REPAIR
& REFINISHING

MOROCCO (ZINS) —
King Hassan of Morocco
arranged a meeting between
leaders of the Jewish corn-
Area artists and crafts- munity and representatives
men will display their crea- of El Fatah, the Arab ter-
tions in the Roeper City and rorist organization. The Fa-
Country School's first schol- tab spokesmen told the Jew-
arship arts festival to take ish leadership that his
place 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Satur- group intends to establish a
day and Sunday on the special fund which will give
school grounds. assistance and make mone-
Among the artists are tare compensation to every
Marti Bernstein, jewelry: Jew who fled from Arab
Laszlo Steiner, metal sculp- countries and now wishes to
ture and enameled metal: return to his "homeland."
Val Rubin, jewelry; and
This meeting and the of-
Renee Kash, fiber.
fer of a fund is part of an
The festival weekend will
overall strategy aimed at
begin with an auction 8 p.m.
presenting El Fatah in the
today in the domes area of new light of an organization
the . s.chool. Al Scaglione of
which is not against Jews,
Galleries
as such, but only against the
lie auctioneer.
state of Israel andZionism.-

Art Show Will
Benefit Roeper

Complete bedroom &
dining room sets
Chair re-glueing
Caning & Rushing

K. KENT

Free Estimates

474-8953

PAINTING

Exterior & Interior

PROFESSIONAL QUALITY
WITH
REASONABLE PRICES.

RICHARD KRIGEL

Free Estimates

542-1705
or

a49238 is!

WHO Ignores Own Report;
Blasts Israeli Care of Arabs

Religious oil paintings from are engaged in a children's
Israel, custom frames. Priced mobilization of their own.
from $35 to $100. Profes-
sional custom made pool ta-
ble in chrome & white, 5
NY Supporting
months old. $550 or best of-
Red Magen David
fer.

across! High caliber, fast
work for home or office —
Pickup & Delivery Available.

.1

May 21, 1976 53

of the West Bank, voted
57-16 on Wednesday to de-
n oeunnaccee It o s r tahe el i policiesa aasn da
m

mental health of the Arab
inhabitants" of the occupied
territories.
The United States, Brit-
ain and most of the Euro-
pean Common Market coun-
tries were among the 16
countries that abstained.
On Tuesday, the annual
WHO meeting voted to
shelve its own report on the
situation by a 65-18 vote.
The motion was made by
India.
The U.S. representative,
Dr. S. Paul Erlich Jr.,
noted later that this was
the first time in his experi-
ence "that we have failed
to consider a document
submitted to the assem-
bly." The Israeli repre-
sentative, Eytan Ronn,
denounced the proceedings
as a "kangaroo court."
The report was submitted
by a committee of three
health experts from Ro-
mania, Senegal and Indone-
sia. The WHO assembly se-
lected those countries in
1973 to form a special com-
mittee to investigate health
conditions in Israel-occu-
pied territory.
The report stated that
there has been a "slow but
steady" improvement in
health conditions in the ter-
ritories administered by Is-
rael since 1967 and cited
better treatment and pre-
vention of illness and a de-
crease in communicable di-
seases. On the other hand,
the report noted that nurs-
ing care remained "inade-
quate both numerically and
in terms of quality" and
that "apparent or real defi-
ciencies" existed in the sup-
ply of drugs, instruments
and equipment.
The committee also re-
ported that while there was
no appreciable increase in
the number of hospitals and
hospital beds in the territo-
ries, the reorganization of
hospital departments and
the creation of new ones
represented "a step for-
ward" in that "a considera-
ble number of dispensaries
and health centers had been
established in the occupied
territories."
The report was critical
of what it described as the
"divorce between curative
and preventive activities"
in the public health sector
and concluded that the
Arab population could not
be assured of a "state of
complete physical, mental
and social well being."
Even though it contained
such elements critical of Is-
rael, sharp Arab opposition
to the report was predicted
when it was submitted ear-
lier this month. India moved
for its rejection on grounds
that the three experts had
visited the territories on an
individual basis and there-
fore "did not conform to the
mandate" given the commit-
tee by the assembly. Ro-
mania, Senegal and Indone-
sia voted for the Indian
motion, in effect repudiat-
ing the experts of their own
selectiOn-2

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