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December 29, 1978 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW ". Friday, December 29, 1918 45

40—BUSINESS CARDS

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

Call after 5 p.m.

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

OSBORNE LOCAL MOVING

Residential and office.
Licensed and insured.

40—BUSINESS CARDS

JULIUS ROSS

MOVING CO., INC.

Custom work, household moving,

offices, packing, piano and appli-

ances. Local and State of Michigan.

5443118

Call 421-1114 or 261-5884

357-2674

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
GARY
968-0002

Blowing Fuses?
Short Circuited?
Call

QUALITY SERVICE
SEWER & DRAIN

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

Sewer Cleaning
Sumo Pumo Repairs
Emergency Calls

ROOF
LEAKS!

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

546-0050

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

DR. ELECTRIC

7547131

REUBEN
CUSTOM
PAINTING
Free Estimates

542-1631

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

292-3885
EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN

No job too small

CLEMEN MAROGE

5447486

METRO CARPET
& FLOOR SERVICE

MOVING?
YOUNG MEN

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

With furniture van will move
you expertly at economy rates.

775-8940

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

Insured

549-5116

_ 589-0682

AZIR PAINTING &
DECORATING
Interior-Exterior
Free Estimates
Reasonable rates.

Call 477=4786

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

Reputable and Licensed

937-8374

422-3764

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

557-1338

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

Free Estimates
Licensed

363.9714

PIANO TUNING -
& REPAIRS
Prompt Service
Feasonable Rates
Call Jonathan Katz

1945928

I —LOW 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
PETER FRIEDMAN

EXPERT SEWER CLEANER

SUMP PUMP INSTALLER
967-1374

FURNITURE REPAIR

& REFINISHING

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

K. KENT

Free Estimates

474-8953

MICHAEL BLACK
For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

352-1923

RESIDENTIAL WINDOW
CLEANING
Quality Service
Free Estimates

547-2418 _

EMERGENCY

CALL 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 24HOURS


Plumbing Repairs

J. SHEVACH

545-4828

F. W. STEWART
MOVING CO.

"THE MOVING MEN"

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

557-2208

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

........

ROGIE &

SIMON ALPERT

WE WISH YOU Al

HEALTHY, HAPPY

AND PROSPEROU4

iNEW YEAR ANDP

:BIRTHDAY.

WE ALL LOVE YOU


4YOUR
FOUR CHILI

4 DREN & TWO
4 GRANDCHILDREN

53—ENTERTAINMENT

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731-6081

54—ENTERTAINMENT

FOR SALE - 4 choice plots at
Adat Shalom Cemetery. 353-
0147.

Political Isolation

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Haaretz political writer
Amnon Barzilai says former
Premier Yitzhak Rabin is in
political isolation within
the Labor Party.
Rabin, a member of the
Knesset, is excluded from
major decision-making
meetings within the party.
Barzilai says Rabin may
break the "truce" soon when
he publishes parts of his
autobiography critical of
Labor Party leader Shimon
Peres.

Attacks Increase, Israelis Seek Security

TEL AVIV (JTA)—One
person was killed and nine
were injured in a Katyusha
rocket attack on the border
town of Kiryat Shmona last
week by terrorists in south
Lebanon. The dead man was
identified as David Mar-
ciano, a young security
guard from Safed who was
on duty in Kiryat Shmona.
The injured included an el-
derly woman and four chil-
dren.
The attack on Kiryat
Shmona was the first since
Israeli forces withdrew from
south Lebanon last June
and were replaced by the
United Nations Interim
Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL).

A report from Beirut said
the Palestine Liberation
Organization claimed re-
sponsibility for the attack
which it said was in retalia-
tion for the Israel Air Force
strike on terrorist bases and
training centers in south
Lebanon.

Premier Menahem
Begin told reporters at a
Foreign Press Associa-
tion luncheon in
Jerusalem that the air
strike was a legitimate
act of self-defense in the
aftermath of a new wave
of terrorist attacks on
civilians in Israel, three
of them in Jerusalem last
week alone.

Israel Teachers
Conclude Strike

In retaliation for the at-
tack on Kiryat Shmona, Is-
raeli artillery shelled ter-
TEL AVIV (JTA)-- Some rorist positions at
300,000 high school stu- Nabatiyah, just north of the
dents returned to their Litani River and Kaukaba
classrooms Tuesday for the on the western slopes of Mt.
first time in 43 days as Hermon. A report from Be-
teachers ended a strike for irut said the residents of
higher wages. The teachers Nabatiyah took to shelters
decided to end their seven- and the town was sealed off
. week-old walkout appar- from traffic and deserted.
ently on the basis of a prom-
Other terrorist attacks in-
ise by Premier Menahem jured nine persons. Three of
Begin that he would do his them were injured when a
best to -gain cabinet ap- hand grenade thrown over
proval of the recom- the Old City wall exploded
mendations of a committee in the middle of a crowd
of experts studying the near Herod's Gate. One of
teachers' demands.
the injured was identified as
That issue had been the Paul White, 27, a British
main stumbling block in the
strike negotiations. The
teachers agreed to accept
the committee's findings —
yet to be formulated — but
the government insisted on
the right to reject them if
they exceeded the wage ceil-
ings for public employees.
Begin's promise, made to
teachers representatives,
was a compromise. While
the cabinet will still be free
to turn down the commit-
tee's recommendations, Be-
gin's pledge to support them
made their acceptance more
likely.
High schools will remain
open through the Hanuka
holiday and most of the
Passover recess in April to
make up for the lost time.
Students can also look for-
ward to spending part of
their summer recess in the
classroom.
these are only

a few of the
features you'll find weekly

Kipot Allowed

CHICAGO (JTA) —
United States marshals in
Chicago have been enjoined
from barring anyone from
the federal district court
because the person is wear-
ing apparel or symbols
communicating the nature
of his or her religious be-
liefs, such as a skull cap by a
Jew.
The federal district court
for the northern district of
Illinois issued the order in
response to a complaint
from the American Jewish
Congress. Joseph Minsky,
president of the AJCongress
Council of Greater Chicago,
said that during the trial of
Frank Walus, an accused
Nazi war criminal, a
number of Orthodox Jews
were prevented by a mars-
hal from entering Judge
Julius Hoffman's courtroom
because they were wearing
skullcaps

.

volunteer at Kibutz Mis-.
hmar .Hasharon. Earlier,
four Arabs and two Jews
were injured when a bomb
exploded outside an Arab-
owned butcher's shop near
Jaffa Gate, and 22 persons
were injured when a bomb
exploded on a bus in the
predominantly Orthodox
suburb of Bayit Vegan.
The bus bombing has
aroused angry demands
for protection by the
residents of Bayit Vegan.
The route, one of the
longest in the city, has
been a frequent target of
terrorist bombs. The
residents of Bayit Vegan
are demanding that the
buses be stopped after
leaving East Jerusalem
to be searched for explo-
sives before continuing
through Jewish
neighborhoods.
Begin appointed his close
associate, Minister-
Without-Portfolio Haim
Landau, to study the prob-
lems of the No. 12 route in
cooperation with Mayor
Teddy Kollek, other munic-
ipal officials and represen-
tatives of the Egged bus
cooperative. It was reported
that Landau is opposed to
splitting the route but
favors the establishment of
an alternative bus route
that would operate only
within western Jerusalem.

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