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March 18, 1977 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

28-A — HOUSEHOLD
GOODS FOR SALE

PAINTING

EXTERIOR-INTERIOR

HOUSE FULL OF
DECORATOR'S
POSSESSIONS

Exterior special

for ranches — $125.

Including Panasonic TV,
complete set of up to date
Worldbook
Encyc-
lopedias, contemporary
and antique furniture,
solid brass 10 branch
candleabra, hanging din-
ing room lighting fixture,
brass sconces, silver,
paintings & miscellaneous
items.

547-3944 and 968-7942

AMH
Lawn Service
525-912 3

.

Mowing

Edging

PHOTOGRAPHY &
TRAVEL CONSULTANTS

Sat. Mar. 19 only,
9 to 5

GRAND OPENING

25885 SALEM

Huntington Woods

(near Woodward)

35 — BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

COLLEGE STUDENTS

Insured
549-5116
288-4055

COMPLETE
LAWN MAINTENANCE

Spring Clean-ups,
Fertilizing, Power Raking
Free Estimates

1050 W. Huron St.
Pontiac, Mich.

Call 355-5700

681-2111
965-8759

SPRING CLEAN-UPS

Fertilizing, Power Raking,

Lawn Cutting

For Free Estimates

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

Call 355-5700

TELEVISION SERVICE — All
work guaranteed. Licensed.
Reasonable. Call Harold Cohen.
968-7482.

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN,

557-8981 or 557-5775.

WILL ADDRESS

invitations of

all kinds. Call Judy 399-3412.

ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERS
& trim. License, insured. Free es-
timates. 525-9160.

EMERGENCY

CARPENTRY

• rec. rooms
• basement floors
tiled
• suspended ceilings
installed
• stucco
• misc. repairs.

References
Very Reasonable

COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions, repair, kitchen, den, base-
ment, fam. rm., reasonable. 354-
6473 after 4.

Call RON

968-4576

DRESSMAKING and altera-
tions. 20 years experience.
Reasonable. 968-8490.

FURNITURE DOCTOR

*Any Furniture Repair
*Reupholstering
*Refinishing
*Chair Caning
*Our Specialty
is repairing, reglueing
& reupholstering
dining room chairs.

Aluminum Gutters-Roofing
Replacement Windows
Deal With Owner

ADAMS
Call 531-7060

E. LARKINS
MOVERS

Referral service,
personalized since 1946

822-3417

646-8560

FURNITURE REPAIR
& REFINISHING

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

K. KENT

Free Estimates

474-8953

F. W. STEWART
MOVING CO.

"THE MOVING MEN"
Professional courteous serv-
ice. Insured low rates. Excel-

lent references.

588-2418

PROFESSIONAL
PAPER HANGING

tering. Work myself. Experi-
enced, reasonable. Call after 5
pm. 547-6762.

Heating & electrical repairs.

at $8.00 a roll
Foils $9.00 a roll

ELECTRICAL repairs &
maintenance. Dependable. 559-
4108.

Call "AL" Day or Night.

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Specializing In:
• Room Additions
• Dormers
• Kitchens
• Bathrooms
• Family Rooms
• Alum. Siding

*

*

WRITTEN SPECS IN ADVANCE

*

License #20504
Insured & Bonded

*

Call for free Estimates *

* *
SAHAM
*
* BLDG. CO.

*

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16947 W. 10 Mile Rd.

*

PROFESSIONAL *
* WALLCOVERING
-1(
-0( INSTALLATIONS *
*
4( Specializing in:

• Vinyls
4(
( • Foils
• Flocks
4(
• Fabrics
Murals
4(

• Graphics
4(

4

*•

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CUSTOM PAINTING
EXPERTS

'4(

Free Estimates
Fully Insured

'4(

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559-9001
„A-*************3„,

*
*
*

DAVID BENKOFF
399-0652
BERNIE BENKOFF
398-4337

Experienced to satisfy all your de-
corating needs. Wallpaper hanging
and removal. Interior & exterior paint-
ing. Free Estimates. Spring Special.

10% DISCOUNT
WITH THIS AD
398-8605

JULIUS ROSS

MOVING CO., INC.

work, household moving,
offices, packing, piano and appli-
ances. Local and State of Michigan.

Custom

357-2674

INCOME TAX
SERVICE

Over 10 years experience — 2
clay service. If transportation is a
problem, we make house calls.

Call STAN'S
TAX SERVICE
968-1764

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

NEED HELP?

************** *-

SUPERIOR DECORATING
SERVICE

Will assist in your seleCtion of
clothing or home furnishings.
Will pick you up or shop for
you.

Will hang almost anything!

4***************
HOME
REMODELING *

546-0050

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

PAINTING, WALLPAPERING
& wallwashing, patching & plas-

559-8103 or 547-8454

Commercial & Residennal
Roofing. Aluminum Siding &
Trim. Gutters & General Re-
pair. GUARANTEED MATE-
RIALS & WORKMANSHIP.

KAY'S
PERSONAL SHOPPING
SERVICE

eves.

• Licensed.

ROOF
LEAKS??

CALL THE

Aluminum
Siding & Trim

With furniture van will move
you expertly at economy
rates.

PARTRIDGE
REAL ESTATE,
INC.

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

681 -4900

MOVING?

Ask for
KEN PRUSAITIS

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

Call: MARV KAY
851-2550 24 Hours

AUTOMATED

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

3256 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Orchard Lake, MI. 48033

Free passport pictures or bot-
tle of champagne with any
ticket booked with us.

us- -
b
& Waxing IOUs
iness
iness for cars, vans and
RV's. High traffic, corner
location in Southfield
area. $23,500 down
and adequate
security

will move you in

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

Also interior & exterior painting

CALL AL

967-1295

AL'S APPLIANCE
SERVICE

Repairs washer, dryers, dish-
washers, disposals. Service
charge $12.50.

331-8877

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

PETER FRIEDMAN

GARAGE DOOR OPENERS

Priced for every need.

H. TARNOW & CO.
478-9060

557-1338

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

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

'559-7398

MICHAEL BLACK

For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

Free Estimates

352-1923

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

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

541-0278

50 — PERSONAL

HAVE A

PSYCHIC PARTY

CALL 399-2312

53 — ENTERTAINMENT

BAND — Excellent music
& entertainment availa-
ble for all social occa-
sions.
731-6081

After living on manna
for 40 years the Israelites
ate "of the fruit of the
land of Canaan" at Gigal.

Friday, March 18, 1977 61

West Bank Arabs Demonstrate
for Hunger-Striking Prisoners

RAMALLAH, West
Bank — Israeli troops
last week hurled tear gas
to break up a demonstra-
tion by hundreds of Arab
youths backing a hunger
strike by Arab terrorists
in Israeli jails.
carrying
Students
Palestinian flags and
singing nationalist songs
gathered in the central
square and hurled stones
at Israeli soldiers and
Arab merchants who had
to close their shops, mili-
tary sources said.
Israeli forces broke up
the demonstration and
detained dozens of dem-
onstrators.
Meanwhile, more than
100 convicts serving sen- -
tences on security charges
at Jenin prison joined the
hunger strike started by
450 prisoners at Ashkelon
jail charging prison over-
crowding.
• In the meantime, Is-
raeli security services are
investigating the back-
ground • of an organi-
zation called "The Arab
Revolutionary Move-
ment" which claimed re-
sponsibility for placing an
explosive charge in a bus
from
travelling
Beersheba to Jerusalem
via Hebron. The bomb
was discovered by a pas-

senger who notified the
driver and it was removed
safely by a police sapper.
Leaflets attached to
the parcel that contained
the bomb said it was
planted by the Arab Rev-
olutionary. Movement.
Such an organization was
not known of until now.
The bomb was discov=
ered last week 'near
Hebron. A bus passenger
gave police a description
of an - Arab who boarded
the bus near Hebron and
left it a short while later,
leaving:the parcel behind.
Meanwhile, Ludvinna
Jennsen, a 24-year-old
Dutch woman, has been
sentenced to six years' im-
prisonment by a Tel Aviv
district court judge. She
was found guilty of activity
on behalf of an Arab ter-
rorist organization.
She was arrested at
Ben Gurion Airport on
Rosh Hashana eve last
September while on a
mission to test the effi-
ciency of the airport's
security measures, appa-
rently in preparation for
a terrorist assault.
Jennsen was a member
of a Dutch extremist or-
' ganization, Red Aid.
which had contacts with
Arab terrorist groups.

Dropsie U. Sets Memorial
Service for Solomon Zeitlin

PHILADELPHIA —
Dropsie University will
hold a one-hour memorial
service in tribute to the
late Solomon Zeitlin on.
April 17 in the school's
main auditorium.
Dr. Zeitlin was a world
renowned Bible scholar
and the recognized ex-
pert on the Second Com-
monwealth period.
The editors of the
Jewish Quarterly Review
stated:
"The Jewish Quarterly
Review and The -Dropsie
University record with
great sorrow the death on
Dec. 28, 1976, of Dr. Sol-
omon Zeitlin (Ph.D. 1917),
Distinguished Professor
of Post-Biblical Literature

and Institutions who
taught and inspired Drop-
sie students for more than
half a century and who, as
editor of the Jewish Quar-
terly Review, maintained
the superb tradition of its
purpose.
"His original, vigorous,
and courageous scholar-
ship set an example to
scholars everywhere. His
intellectual integrity and
his
uncompromising
academic
standards
helped mold the personal-
ity and character of un-
told numbers of students.
He was a warm friend to
his colleagues, his stu-
dents, his associates, and
fellow editors. We mourn
our irreplaceable loss."

'

Machpela Cave Trouble Erupts

HEBRON — Disturb-
ances broke out at the
Cave of the Patriarchs
Feb. 27 when Arab wor-
shippers tried to take
through the synagogue
the coffin of a man who
had died in the Cave.
They wanted to take the
body into the mosque for
funeral prayers.
They were prevented
by soldiers from carrying

Hungarian Rabbi -
Gets Ordination

BUDAPEST (JTA),— A
new rabbi was ordained
last week and appointed
to serve in the city of
Szeged which has a rela-
tively active Jewish
community. The new
rabbi, 1st van Zucker, was
ordained by Budapest's
Chief Rabbi Mordechai
Schwartz in the presence
ofJewish community •ep-
resentatives from all over
--the country.

the coffin through the
synagogue, and scuffles
broke out. The mourners
were eventually dis-
persed with the use of
tear gas.
The next day, Ki•yat
Arba residents praying in
the synagogue at the
Cave discovered that a
number of prayer books
had been torn. They are
demanding to be allowed
to mount permanent
guard at the cave, to pre-
vent a repetition of such
incidents.

Japanese Sect
Visits Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Some 130 members of the
pro-Israeli Japanese
Christian Makuya sect
are visiting Israel to
mark the 10th anniver-
sary of Jerusalem's
reunification. The group
m arched through
downtown Jerusalem in a
"Salute to Israel" parade.

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