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June 09, 1978 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-09

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62 Friday, Jae 9, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

ELECTRICAL
REPAIRS.
Prompt & reasonable. 559-4108.

Wet, damp, leaky basements
mode dry. Guaranteed 18
years. Experienced -- lowest
price.

SECURITY OFFICER -
Full time. Swing shift. Ex-
perience preferred.
Apply hi persii: Ken Respite'
21730 Degeirlre
Warm

Mon. - Fri. between 9 & 5.

MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC - Full time.
Swing shift. Hospital ex-
perience required for
plumbing, heating and
electrical work.
Apply II perm: Ken Hospital
21230 Deguimire,
Warr
PENNY'S
ADDRESSING
SERVICE
851.7866
Business envelopes
Script Writing - Invitiations
- Wedding - Parties.
PRODUCTION
PAINTING
Interior - Exterior

356-0445

Ask for Gary Weinberg

EMERGENCY

CALL THE
FURNITURE DOCTOR

967 - 3010 or 987-3028

PETER FRIEDMAN

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture clean-
ing. Wall washing, custom
painting, interior-exterior-
541-0278

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

398-1492

Eves. 626-6374, 352-0515

FURNITURE REPAIR
& REFINISHING
-

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

557 - 1338

TELEVISION
SERVICE

K. KENT

All work guaranteed
Licensed
Very Reasonable
Call HAROLD COHEN

968-7482

937-8374 - 422-3764

Reputable and Licensed

QUALITY SERVICE
SEWER & DRAIN
Plumbing Repairs

Free Estimates

474-8953

PILLOW TALK
CARPET CLEANING
SERVICE
Carpets & upholstery pro-
fessionally steam
cleaned, stains & soil re-
moved. Velvet is my spe-
cialty. Fully insured.
Owner operated.
SEYMOUR
RUBENSTEIN

543-1406 or 967-1064

Sewer Cleaning
Sumo Pumo Repairs
Emergency Calls

MAJOR APPLIANCE REPAIR

Refrigeration

JOAB SHEVACH

Bob Mendelson

_545-4828

ances. Local and State of Michigan_

357-2674

ROOF
LEAKS!

MOVING?
COLLEGE STUDENTS

Commercial & Residential
Roofing. Aluminum Siding &
Trim. Gutters & General
Repair. GUARANTEED
MATERIALS
WORKMANSHIP

With'turniture van will move
you expertly at economy rates.

Insured

549 - 511e

288-4055

CARPENTRY

• Rec. Rooms
• Basement Floors Tiled
• Suspended
ceilings
installed
• Stucco
• Misc. Repairs.

References
Very Reasonable

CALL RON
968-4576

eves.

METRO CARPET
& FLOOR SERVICE

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

541-0278

LARRY'S
PAINTING SERVICE.
Interior - Exterior
Free Estimates.
Reasonable rates.
Quality work
Call 543-1597

541-2239

F. W. STEWART

MOVING CO.

"THE MOVING MEN"

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

Interior & Exterior
Roofing & Gutters
Window Cleaning
General Home Maintenance
Free Estimates

PROFESSIONAL
PAPER HANGING
Will hang almost anything!
at $8.00 a roll
Foils $9.00 a roll
Also Interior & axlsrior painting

CALL AL
967-1295

559-7680 •

****-tirictrnk

BERNIE IS
BACK

BERNIE
BENKOFF

Custom Painting &
Wallpapering, Inc.

in

AAA
LAWN SPRINKLERS





foils ,

flocks. grass cloth, cork.
graphics. vinyls. material.
suede.

Free Estimates.

WALL WASHING

(By Machine)

PAPER HANGING

Satisfaction Guaranteed
Insured

MICHAEL BLACK
For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

352-1923

C.C. KIRBY CONST.

Brick, block, stone.

Free Estimates
Licensed

363 - 9714

Specializing In

ALUMINUM SIDING

Custom Trim,

Gutters.

Reasonable, also painting & re-
roofing. Licensed & insured.

L.J. RODGERS
Home Improvements

399-1233

RICK'S
WALLPAPER REMOVING

Service city wide & sub-
urbs.

Free Estimates
272-4038

A & M PAINTING &
DECORATING

Kitchen cabinets, finishing
basements. No job too big or too
small

Free Estimates

865-3857

HANDY MAN

HOME REPAIRS

Experienced
No job too small
Reasonable

353-3336 of 357 - 0241

50—PERSONAL

Maj player needed to be
4th or 5th of a Tuesday
night game. Oak Park.

Call Marsha 542-9573 •
or Joyce 399-3514

557-2208

546-0050

ARTISTIC PAINTING

Specializing

HEMS

J & L CONSTRUCTION
We specialize in home
remodeling.
"Our specialties rec.
rooms, basements & ceil-
ings". Electrical & exterior
work.
Reasonable prices.
Free estimates.
Call today.

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

is repairing reglueing & reu-
pholstering dining room chairs

Custom work. household moving,
offices. pocking, piano and appli-

HEMS

Licensed Master Plumber
& Sewer Cleaning

40—BUSINESS CARDS

WELLS
3065322
Cal bolne I as. or am. 7 pLe

HEMS

OAK PARK PLUMBING
& HEATING

TOBIAS

MOVING CO., INC.

541 - 4326

After 4 pm

559-7398

Plastering - Stucco - Texturing.
Specializing in plaster & drywall
repairs, water damage.

JULIUS ROSS

TEPELI CUSTOM
HOUSE PAINTING
Interior - Exterior

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

• Any Furniture Repair
• Reupholstering
• Refinishing
• Chair Caning
Our Specialty

CALL MARV KAY
851 - 2550 24 HOU RS

40—BUSINESS CARDS


Insured.
398-4337 : **

Residential &
Commercial
Service &
Repairs
We install the
best and
Service the
rest.

399-8718

51—MISCELLANEOUS

ATTORNEY SERVICES

Reasonable rates on all
legal services including
preparation of wills &
trusts, no-fault divorces &
small business incorpora-
tions. Conveniently lo-
cated in Southfield. No fee
for initial consultation.

Phone for appointment

557-7400

Our Classified Ads
Get Fast Results

53—ENTERTAINMENT

GITTLE (Yiddish Made!) and her

dream orchestra. 547 - 7119.

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731-6081

Top Israel Crime Fighter
Erwin Shimron Dies at 58

TEL AVIV (JTA)



Erwin Shimron who, as
head of a special crime

commission, reported sev-
eral months ago the exis-
tence of organized crime in
Israel, died May 31 at age
58.
Born in Austria, he set-
tled in mandatory Palestine
and joined the mandatory
police force in which he
served until Israel became
independent five years la-
ter. He was named assistant
attorney general of the new
state and soon afterwards
state attorney. He held that
post until 1953 when he res-
igned to enter private law
practice.

lie remained active in
public service, however,
serving in various public
agencies and represent-
ing Israel in income tax

cases. He also served as
honorary consul for Au-
stria. Last year, Mr.
Shimron was appointed
director of a special top-
level commission of ex-
perts to examine increas-
ing crime in Israel. The
commission finding of
organized crime had
been rejected by Israeli
police chiefs.
The commission proposed
a series of recommendations
to deal with the problem
and while the police de-
partment followed them,
Mr. Shimron has indicated
dissatisfaction with what he
considered the reluctant at-
titude of the finance and
justice ministries about the
recommendations. He
urged the media to exert
pressure to assure that the
recommendations would be
implemented.

U.S. Congressman Finds
Hostility to Israel in China

between the two countries
NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rep. William Lehman (D-
were severed after Chinese
Fla.), who recently returned Premier Chou En-lai met
from a White House- with Egyptian President
sponsored mission to the Gamel Abdul Nasser at the
People's Republic of China, 1955 Bandung Conference
said that he encountered of non-aligned nations.
considerable hostility to-
Subsequently, Mao Tse-
ward Jews and Israel on the tung denounced Israel as a
"base of imperialism," and
part of Chinese leaders.
In a newsletter sent out to China became the first
his constituents, Lehman country outside the Arab
reported that a Mr. Hao, world to recognize the
president of Chinese Insti- Palestine Liberation Or-
tute of Foreign Affairs, con- ganization and to offer it
demned "Israeli aggres- material and political sup-
sion." The Chinese spok1es-
port.
man maintained that his
country would reassess its
New Terrorist

Wave Predicted
rael only after peaceful re-
lations were established be-
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
tween Israel and Egypt.
Security circles have
At an important meeting warned the public that a
between members of the new wave of terrorist acts is
American delegation and possible, employing more
Chinese officials, Lehman sophisticated weapons than
pointed out that true nor- in the past.
malization of relations bet-
The circles said a study of
ween China and the United recent incidents showed
States must be based upon that the terrorist organiza-
mutual respect for the spe- tions are better equipped
cial friendships which each than ever before and find it
nation holds with other easier to recruit new mem-
countries. bers in the present political
atmosphere. They operate
In light of the long-
in small cells of 2-3 persons,
standing relationship be-
some of which are not con-
tween the United States
nected with known terrorist
and Israel, the Florida
Congressman observed
groups.
Interior Minister Yosef
that China might wish to
Burg reported that security
reconsider its anti-Israel
farces have captured the
policy. Keng Piao, a vice
terrorists responsible for
premier working in the
five of seven recent attacks
foreign affairs area, re-
on Jerusalem buses, but not
sponded to Lehman's
the perpetrators of last Fri-
remarks with a curt "You
day's bus bombing in which
are a Jew! So you have a
six passengers were killed
special concern about Is-
and 19 persons injured.
rael." He quickly
A special committee of
changed the subject.
experts established to
Lehman said that al-
study Jerusalem's sec-
though Israel was the first
urity problems recom-
nation in the Middle East to
mended that armed per-
recognize the Peking gov-
sonnel search bus pas-
ernment in 1950, contacts
sengers and their belong-
ings.
Increase in Ohm
Terrorists set fire to a bus
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Tuesday on the Ramallah
The rise in immigration,
road near Shuka Village on
which began early this year,
the West Bank. The bus was
continued through last
en route to pick up Arabs
month when 2,100 olim ar-
going to jobs in Israel. The
rived compared to 1,775 in
driver, an Arab, was not
May 1977.
hurt.

diplomatic position on Is-

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