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December 15, 1978 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-15

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76 Friday, December 22, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

REUBEN
CUSTOM
PAINTING
Free Estimates

OSBORNE LOCAL MOVING

Residential and office.
_ Licensed and insured.

542-1831

Call 421-7114 or 261-5884

CHUCK'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Patch Plastering
10 years experience.
Reasonable
Work guaranteed

TRUCKS WITH
DRIVERS & HELPERS
Commercial

40—BUSINESS CARDS

CARPENTRY

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

• Custom Formica Work

References
Very Reasonable

CALL RON
661-4576

eves.

292-3885

Pick-Up and

DELIVERY

Blowing Fuses?
Short Circuited?

Call

SERVICE

DR. ELECTRIC

No job too small or large. Repairs
- Violations corrected.

REASONABLE
PRICES

754-7131

SABRA
SERVICES

MICHAEL BLACK
For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

24 Hour Service

477-4400
354-9597

* • * * * * * * * * * *. • *

352-1923

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

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

PIANO

Guaranteed tuning - repairs.

30 years experience.

Call Bob

559-2209

TED'S
WALLPAPER REMOVING

Bob Mendelson

541-2239

CITY

Painting, patching cracks,
holes, dry wall and plaster
repairs. Wall washing,
wallpaper removing. Rea-
sonable.

Call after 5 p.m.

544-3118
FEINBERG
CARPET SERVICE
Seams and tears or re-
place the stairs. Old and
new carpet installation or
call for an interesting esti-
mate for purchases of new
carpet.
Call GARY
968-0002

ROOF
LEAKS!

ADDRESS

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

546-0050

STATE

FOR:

state occasion

FROM

. $12 enclosed

ZIP

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

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

557-1338

C.C. KIRBY CONST.
Brick, block, stone.

Free Estimates
Licensed

Algeria Boycott
HEMS of Rothschild
Bank Revealed

Refrigeration

NAME

775-8940

363-9714

MAJOR APPLIANCE REPAIR

Please send a year's gift subscription to:

Free Estimates.

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

398-1492

1 ;'515 W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite 865
Southfield, Mich. 48075

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

531-7555

HEMS

To: The Jewish News

METRO CARPET
& FLOOR SERVICE

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

HEMS

as a gift this

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

Free Estimates. Insured.
Serving tri-county area.

WALL WASHING
(By Machine)
PAPER HANGING
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Insured
WELLS
366-5322
Call before 9 a. ■ . or after 1 p.m.

THE
JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

PETER FRIEDMAN
Licensed Master Plumber
Emergency service work.
Sewer cleaning, garbage dis-
posal, installation work. Reason-
able rates.
24 hour service.
967-1374

NEW YORK — Follow-

ing the exclusion of the
Jewish-owned Bank
Rothschild of Zurich from a
syndicate organizing a $33
million loan for Algeria, the
American Jewish Congress
has called on the U.S.
Treasury Department to in-
vestigate whether Algeria
is participating in the Arab
boycott of Israel.
According to bankers
closely associated with the
loan, the Banque Nationale
d'Algerie — the Algerian
state bank raising the
money — asked that the
Rothschild bank be
excluded from the syndicate
because of its Jewish own-
ership. The action followed
consultations with the two
other Arab syndicate mem-
bers.
Two of the 14 banks in the
Algerian syndicate are sub-
sidiaries of American corpo-
rations — Citicorp Interna-
tional. Finance of Geneva
and the Dow Banking Corp.
of Geneva.
Meanwhile, in Wash-
ington, Nathan M.
Goldberg, the national
commander of the
Jewish War Veterans,
said, "Arab and other
foreign investments in
the U.S. are dangerously
influencing our demo-
cratic freedoms."
Referring to growing
Arab investments and the
power of Arab oil, Goldberg
called for Congress to estab-
lish curbs on foreign in-
vestment.

40—BUSINESS CARDS

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

Reputable and Licensed

937-8374

422-3764

FURNITURE REPAIR
8 REFINISHING

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

K. KENT

Free Estimates

474-8953

EMERGENCY

CALI. THE
FURNITURE DOCTOR

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

CALL MARV-KAY

851-2550 24 HOURS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

TELEVISION
SERVICE

All work guaranteed

Licensed
Very Reasonable
Call HAROLD COHEN

968-7482

50—PERSONAL

PETER L. BOLGAR
Attorney At Law
Shalom
If you want it right the first
time. At a reasonable rate.

Call 355 - 5255

Our Classified Ads
Get Fast Results

53—ENTERTAINMENT

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731-6081

Gur: Israelis Will Change
Stand on West Bank, Golan

NEW YORK (JTA) —
General Mordechai Gur,
former chief of staff of the
Israeli army, said he be-
lieves that most of the Is-
raelis will change their atti-
tudes toward the West Bank
and the Golan Heights if Is-
raeli's neighbors will recog-
nize the Jewish state and
agree to sign a peace treaty
with her.
Gur said it could be as-
sumed that the same proc-
ess that the Israelis went
through when President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt
started his peace bid will
take place on other fronts.
"The desire of the Israelis
for peace is so great that
they will be willing to take
many risks," he said.
But he stressed that since
the West Bank and the
Golan Heights are "closer to
the center of Israel, there
will be greater caution as
far as new borders are con-
cerned."
Gur was in New York
for the publication in
paperback of his new
book (translated from
Hebrew) "The Battle for
Jerusalem" (Popular Li-
brary), which depicts the
liberation of Jerusalem
in 1967 by Israeli troops
lead by Gur.
As to the prospects of
peace between Egypt and
Israel, Gur said: "I believe
that an agreement between
Egypt and us (Israel) is
possible if the Egyptians
will be daring enough polit-
ically the same way as we
are daring militarily. We
are giving up the Sinai, and
this is a great military risk.
Sadat should take the risk
of signing first a peace
treaty with Israel, with the
hope that other Arab coun-
tries will follow him."
Asked about reports that
described him as an "out-
spoken opponent" of the
Camp David accords, Gur
said: "It is not correct to say
that I oppose the Camp

David accords. The stale-
mate in the peace talks in
the last two weeks just jus-
tified my position. I_
thought that the (Camp
David) agreements were
committing both Israel and
Egypt to a larger extent
than many people could see.
The main difficulty I saw
was in Egypt's commitment
to the other Arab countries
and the PLO.

"On the other hand, I
was afraid that the
agreements committed
Israel to concessions that
will be very difficult for
Israel to carry out before
the Palestinians and
their supporters in the
extreme Arab states rec-
ognized Israel the way
Egypt did. It seems that
today I am no longer
alone in this position and
those questions are even
bothering the (Israeli)
government."

Gur, who officially retires
from the Israeli army Jan.
1, said he will join Koor, the
Histadrut's giant industrial
complex.

Yeshiva Granting
High Percentage
of Jewish Degrees
NEW YORK (JTA) —

One-third of all U.S. coller -
degrees in Hebrew a:,
Jewish studies are grante
by Yeshiva University.
According to 1975-76 De-
partment of Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare statistics,
142 undergraduate degrees
were awarded that year in
the U.S., including 29 by
Yeshiva U.; 49 master's de-
grees, including 34 by
Yeshiva; and 10 doctorates,
four by Yeshiva.
According to a Modern
Language Association sur-
vey in the fall of 1977, the
total enrollment in college
Hebrew courses at that time
was 19,356, including 2,872
at Yeshiva University.

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