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December 02, 1977 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-02

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70 Friday,- Dadeinber 2, 1977

35 — BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

EXCELLENT
OPPORTUNITY
IN SCRAP METAL

Small down payment
affords financial security in
well established Scrap
Firm.

867-8003
851-5184

THE :DETROIT' JEWISH' NEWS

days
eves.

EMERGENCY

CALL THE
FURNITURE DOCTOR

*Any Furniture Repair
* Reupholstering
* Refinishing
* Chair Caning
* Our Specialty
is repairing. reglueing & reu-
pholstering dining room chairs.

35-A — BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED

851-2550 24 HOURS

Write Box 2104, The Jewish
News, 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.,
Suite 865, Southfield, Mi.
48075. ,

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

CALL MARV KAY

WANTED TO BUY

Scrap Metal truck and
route. Partnership, terms, or
purchase.

36 — BUSINESSES FOR SALE

PILLOW CLEANING business.
30 years established. Illness.
Sacrifice. EL_ 3-6346. _

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

OAK PARK PLUMBING
& HEATING

Licensed Master Plumber
& Sewer Cleaning

967-3010 or 967-3026
, PETER FRI EDM_AN

MOVING?
COLLEGE STUDENTS

With furniture van will move you
expertly at economy rates.

Insured•

549-5116_

288-4055.

F RANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

GOOD WORK
AT LOW PRICES!

Driveway Resealing
Window Washing
Gutter Cleaning
_Painting. Odd Jobs.
Call John Ginn at

eves.

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

All work guaranteed
Licensed
Very Reasonable
Call HAROLD COHEN

588-2418

968-7482

METRO CARPET
& FLOOR SERVICE

Carpet steam cleaning,
wood-vinyl floor service. Up-
holstery cleaning.
Free Estimates.

541-0278

PROFESSIONAL
PAPER HANGING

HOME REPAIRS

Experienced
No job too small
Reasonable

WRITER'S AIDE
SERVICE, INC.

353-3336 or 357-0241

SHULTS' CARPET
& FURNITURE CLEANING

First room & hall $25.00
Additional rooms $10.00
Sofas
$25.00

WE STEAM
CLEAN ONLY
ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
261-8956 (Livonia)

w ILL WP.SHir_
(By Machine)

Paper Hanging

Satisfaction Guaranteed
Insured

366 - 5322

Call before 9 am
or after 7 pm

Professional editing, writing
and tutorials. Effective pro-
motional campaigns.

557-2755

Painting &
Wallpapering

by

ALAN ZATKOFF
544-1646

All types of Sewing
Machines repaired:
Industrial - Home

CALL JOE
The Sewing Machine
Mechanic
547-1095

MINOR alterations and hems.
355-2071.

ROOFING. SIDING. GUTTERS
& trim. Licensed. Insured. Free

estimates. 525-9160

SPECIAL ON
INTERIOR
PAINTING

836-1984

CALL RON
968-4576

Professional courteous service.
Insured low rates. Excellent ref-
erences.

CALL AL
967-1295

1 bedroom
2 bedrooms

References
Very Reasonable

Paint up for the Holidays.
Most rooms $40—Paint &
Labor.

JIM
THE PAINTER
543-4219

after 5 pm

PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

422-3764 (days)

Also interior & exterior painting

HANDY MAN

APARTMENTS

CARPENTRY

• Rec. Rooms
• Basement Floors Tiled
• Suspended ceilings
installed
• Stiusc c.o
• Misc. Repairs.

TELEVISION
SERVICE

at $8.00 a roll
Foils $9.00 a roll

2 colors

WINDOWS cleaned. wall
washing. gutters cleaned. Get
our prices. 368-6448.

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

WILL ADDRESS invitations of
all kinds. Call Judy. 399-3412.

1 color

Reasonable prices. 557-8981.
557-5775.

557-1388

Will hang almost anything!

ROOMS -

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.

626-6450

FEINBERG CARPETING. Home
and office. Repairs & installa-
tion. DI 1-3700, 355-4264.

WELLS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

COMPLETE remodeling, alterations,
repair, kitchen, den, basement, family
room. Reasonable. 354-6473 after 4.

CARPENTRY WORK. inside &
outside. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.

$40
$50

$100

$115

937-8314 (eves)

C.C.

KIRBY CONST. CO .

Brick block, stone, cement.

All size jobs.
Free Estimates
Reasonable

- -

398-6876
- - -

QUALITY SERVICE
SEWER & DRAIN

Sewer Cleaning
Sump Pump Repairs
Emergency Calls

JOAB SHEVACH
545-4828

FURNITURE REPAIR
& REFINISHING

(Continued from Page 5)

the buffer zone "joint com-
mission" talks with Egypt

in 1976 and accompanied
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan at the drafting of the
U.S.-Israel working paper
on Geneva conference pro-
cedures in New York last
September. He has been le-
gal advisor to the Foreign
Ministry since 1971.
No date has been an-
nounced for the opening of
the Cairo conference but Is-
raeli officials expect it to
begin next week after Be-
gin's return from his visit to
Britain. At his press confer-
ence. Carter said it would
start Dec. 13.

Political preparations
were to begin in earnest at
a special Cabinet meeting
yesterday.
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan returned from his
visit to West Germany
Wednesday and Begin
leaves for London today
which will allow about 24
hours for the Cabinet ses-
sion and consultations
between Begin, his key min-
isters and the two Israeli
negotiators.
Ben-Elissar has taken
charge of Israel's Cairo
preparations. He has been

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

Custom Wall Covering.

Commercial

or Residential.

Big or small. we do it all.

544-2415

398-0718

JULIUS ROSS

MOVING CO., INC.

Custom work, household moving,

offices, packing, piano and appli-

ances. Local and State of Michigan.

357-2674

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE
Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture clean-
ing. Wall washing, custom
painting, interior-exterior.
541-0278

ROOF
LEAKS!

K. KENT

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

Free Estimates
474-8953

546-0050

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

MOVING
LARKINS MOVERS
REFERRAL ,
SERVICE

Personalized
since 1946

822-3417

PI UMBINC; REPAIRS Drains.
sewer cleaning. 24 hr servic:e
754:0879

MICHAEL BLACK

ELECTRICAL REPAIRS. -
Promet & Reasonable 559-
4108 .

For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

CABINFI'S refinished,
Wood staining & antiquing.
exterior painting. Reasonable. Refer
cores. 347 1438.

Cairo Focus of Mideast Peace Talks

Free Estimates

352-1923

MR. HENRY HORWITZ (E)
W. EIGHT MILE RD.,

FARMINGTON



53 — ENTERTAINMENT

VIOLINIST, sings, plays guitar
auto drum. FREDDY SHEYER.
398-2462.

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731.6081

chairing daily meetings of a
special inter-departmental
body set up to arrange the
details of the trip. It includ-
es security officials, corn-
munications and transporta-
tion personnel and
administrative personnel
from the Foreign Ministry
who will provide for back-up
teams of secretaries, trans-
lators and typists.

Sources are stressing that
the Israeli delegation will
be empowered to negotiate
substantive matters. Con-
trary to press reports, the
Cairo conference though bil-
led as preparatory for a
large Geneva conference,
will be concerned with sub-
stance and not merely pro-
cedural and technical ar-
rangements for Geneva.

Some observers predict
that Israel and Egypt may
reach a separate agreement
in Cairo ending the state of
war between the two coun-
tries. Begin and Sadat have
said repeatedly that such an
accord was not their in-
tention at this time. But
observers believe Sadat
may find himself carried
along by the momentum of
his own initiative and decide
that he might as well reach
an acceptable agreement
with Israel inasmuch as the
other Arab parties to the
conflict refuse to follow his
lead.

One source pointed out
that with the best will in the
world Israel cannot nego-
tiate over the Golan Heights
and the West Bank if the
Arab parties directly con-
cerned refuse to come to the
table. The result could be a
deal with Sadat in Sinai that
would formalize the Egyp-
tians' pledge not to go to
war with Israel again.

Both countries could
agree to leave open the oth-
er issues of the Mideast
conflict pending full peace
treaties.

Begin informed the Knes-
set on Monday that Israel
had accepted Egypt's in-
vitation. He flatly rejected
calls both from within and
outside his governing coali-
tion for a "parallel Israeli
gesture" to President An-
war Sadat's initiative. "The
gesture of his (Sadat) ) corn-
ing (to Jerusalem) was an-
swered by the gesture of his
reception here," Begin de-
clared.

He appealed to Israel's
other neighbors to follow
Sadat's example and enter
into direct negotiations with
Israel. He said he was
ready to meet anywhere
with President Hafez Assad
of Syria.
Israel conveyed its ac-
ceptance through its UN
ambassador, Chaim Herzog,
who met twice in two days
with Ambassador Abdel Es-
mat Meguid of Egypt. Me-
guid had 'delivered Egypt's
invitation to Herzog on Sun-
day.
The Carter Adminis-
tration and the State De-

partment had been very
cool to the Cairo confer-
ence. Before Sadat an-
nounced it last week, Presi-
dent Carter, in an interview
in the French weekly,
L'Express, rejected former
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger's contention that
Geneva is not the key to the
Mideast conflict.
Carter told L'Express,
"We are willing to explore
any answer, but Geneva is a
framework. The forum has
already been provided. All
of the parties involved —
ourselves, tM Soviets. the
Lebanese, the Syrian! r-
danians, Egyptians, Is_
— have agreed Geneva is
the best forum. Until some
alternative comes along
that is better, that is the one
we will adhere to."

At his Wednesday press
conference, President Car-
ter gave his full support to
the Cairo conference and
intimated that if Syria, Jor-
dan and Lebanon do not also
open face-to-face talks with
Israel. then Egypt and Is-
rael could enter into a bila-
teral agreement.
He indicated marked cool-
ness both towards the Soviet
Union's Middle East activi-
ties and to Waldheim's pro-
posal for a separate meet-
ing after Cairo at the UN.
Washington observers be-
lieve Waldheim's proposal
was a U.S.-Russian in-
itiative, but Israel's rejec-
tion of it had the effect of a
veto.
In answer to a reporter's
question on the Russian in-
volvement in the Middle
East, Carter said, "We did
not bring the Soviets" into
the Middle East, noting
"they have been in since the
very initiation of a Geneva
conference." But he added
that while the U.S. "is
uniquely trusted by all the
parties involved to act fairly
and consistently concerning
the Middle East question, I
don't believe the Soviets
occupy that position.
The President added, "I
don't have any doubt that if
the nations surrounding Is-
rael can work out an indi-
vidual peace settlement
with Israel leading to peace
treaties that the Soviets will
play a constructive role cer-
tainly at that point. It would
be contrary to their own
interest to be identified as
an obstacle to peace."
Meanwhile, the French
government has come under
severe criticism at home for
its cool reaction to the

Middle East developments.
France vetoed a Eu an

Economic Community ,es-
sage of congratulations to
Sadat last week, reportedly
because it was initiated by
the U.S., but proposed a
message of its own that was
adopted by the ECC.
Several French govern-
ment statements on the
Middle East deveilopments
were desribed as "luke-
warm" by the French press,
while government spokes-
men tried to downplay the'
reaction by saying France
was trying to be discreet.

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