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March 09, 1979 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-09

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54 Friday, March 9, 1919

40—BUSINESS CARDS

JULIUS ROSS

MOVING CO., INC.

Custom work, household moving ;

offices, packing, piano and appli•

antes. Coca! and State of Michigan.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

Newspaper features to
spotlight your business.
Advertising brochures.

For information call

WRITER'S AIDE SERVICE

357-2674

557-4770

QUALITY SERVICE
SEWER & DRAIN

HANDYMAN
Home repairs, carpentry,
doors, • locks, plaster,
painting, etc.

Plumbing Repairs
Sewer Cleaning
SumoPumo Repairs
Emergency Calls

J. SHEVACH

545-4828

F. W. STEWART
MOVING CO.

"THE MOVING MEN"

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

557-2208

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

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

557-1338

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

Free Estimates
Licensed

363-9714

CARPENTRY

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

• Custom Formica Work

Call JIM

532-1753

Removal of all types of
Wallpaper

ARNOLD GOLDIN

356-0499

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

MICHAEL BLACK
For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

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

ROOFING

Hot Tarr Shingles

References

Re-coat - Repair - Replace

Siding - Trim - Gutters

eves.

Free Estimates. Insured.
Serving tri-county area.

531.7555

WALL WASHING
(By Machine)
PAPER HANGING
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Insured

WELLS

546-0050

Licensed - Bonded - Insured

TED'S
WALLPAPER REMOVING

366-5322

Call Wm 9 a.m. or atter 1 p.m.

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

Blowing Fuses?
Short Circuited?
Call

DR. ELECTRIC

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

754-7131

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

Professional
Perfectionist

EXPERT SEWER CLEANER

SUMP PUMP INSTALLER

967-1374

ARON SPINNER
PLUMBING

Repairs - Remodeling
Residential Commercial

557-6318

557-6182

Call .after 5 p.m.
544-3118

EXPERT HOME REPAIRS!
Painting, light plumbing &
general repairs.

No job too small.

Call Dennis for free estimate.

398-0646

ROOM ENVIRONMENTS
PAINTED BY
Richard Parel
Larry Shlom
541-0615
543-1591

Need Help?
Call

All-Bright Homes

Days 548-4207
Eves. 476-7325

T E LEVISION
SERVICE

All work guaranteed

Licensed
Very Reasonable
Call HAROLD COHEN

968-7482

SAVE $$ SPECIAL

New roof, repairs. flat roof.
Free Estimates
30 years experience.

WALTER OFFMAN

883-3939

863-1925

Finest custom painting,
drywall and plaster re-
pairs, wall washing.
Guaranteed references.

'Wallpaper - Painter
and color coordinator

I do not offer cheap bargains or
discounts, only top quality work
and the very best quality mate-
rials.
Call HARRY FIALA for your
custom painting needs.
Daily 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
527-0725

53—ENTERTAINMENT

BAND

Begin Calls for Jewish Unity
in Final Speech of U.S. Visit

NEW YORK (JTA) --
Premier Menahem Begin,
in his last public appear-
ance before returning to Is-
rael on Wednesday, urged
American Jewry to "stand
292-3885
731.6081
together" behind Israel
PIANO TUNING
"under any circumstances."
& REPAIRS
"This is my ultimate ap-
6 Win Jeno Prize
peal to you," Begin told
Prompt Service
MEXICO CITY (JTA) —
more than 2,000 represen-
Reasonable Rates
Six authors 'residing in Is-
rael, the U.S., France and tatives of Jewish com-
Call Jonathan Katz
munities from all over the
Argentina have been
1-994-5928
named recipients of the U.S. in a New York meet-
1979 Fernando Jeno Liter-
REUBEN
Z. Brezezinski
ary Prize by the cultural
CUSTOM
to
Meet Arabs
commission of the Central
PAINTING
Jewish' Committee of Over Weekend
Free Estimates
Mexico. The annual award
JERUSALEM — Na-
was established in 1976 by
tional Security Adviser
559-2585
the family of the late Fer-
Zbigniew Brzezinski, who is
nando Jeno who was
HANDY MAN
a member•of President Car-
president of the Committee.
HOME REPAIRS
The prizes of $500 each ter's entourage visiting Is
Experienced
will be presented to Lili Be- rael over the weekend, may
No job too small
rger of France; Dr. Berl meet with a number of Arab
Frimer of New York; Simha notables on the West Bank.
Reasonable
Sneh, of Buenos Aires; and The U.S. Consulate in East
353-3336 of 357-0241
Mordehai Shinar, Dr. Jerusalem was reported to
Nathan Lerner and be arranging meetings be-
MOVING?
Binyamin Tamuz, all of Tel tween Brzezinski and Arab
YOUNG MEN
leaders, mainly mayors and
Aviv.
With furniture van will move
chambers of commerce
The
six
prize
winners
will
you expertly at economy rates.
be honored at a literary re- chiefs and the heads of lead-
Insured
ception in Mexico City ing West Bank families.
Carter himself will not meet
589-0682
Tuesday.
549-5116
with West Bank represen-
PETER FRIEDMAN
tatives while he is in Israel.

352-1923

Very Reasonable

CALL RON
661-4576

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

All types of painting.
Free Estimates

,fessional painting at
reasonable rates. -
I do my own work.
No job too small.
Call Dennis for free estimate.

t

398-0646

A NICE JEWISH BOY
LIKE ME -

PAINTING
Interior - Exterior

237-0092

DISHWASHER &
PLUMBING REPAIRS

All work guaranteed
Reasonable

Call 281-0469

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

Money to Spend

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Metropolitan New
York Coordinating Council
on Jewish Poverty urged
the New York' City Corn-
mupity Development
Agency (CDA) to start im-
mediate distribution of in-
dividual emergency energy
assistance grants to poor
New Yorkers, including
Jews.
The CDA has spent $9
million of its $10 million
budget to aid the poor in
New York. The remaining
$1 million will be returned
to the federal government if
it is not spent by Thursday.

Newspaper Shift?

LONDON (JTA) — The
Jewish Chronicle is plan-
ning to leave its office build-
ing at 25 Furnival St., be-
cause of rising costs and
may establish its headquar-
ters outside central London
for the first time in its 138-
year history.
The paper is also to close
its printing department at
the end of this month.
If the Chronicle moves
out of central London, it is
expected to seek premises
near the main areas of
Jewish population, prob-
ably northwest of the city.

Bases Needed

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
New York Times columnist
Drew Middleton says that
events in the Middle East
since the Camp David meet-
ings last September have
changed the thinking of top
Israeli and U.S. military
planners.
Soviet build-ups in Iran
and South Yemen, coupled
with the departure of the
Shah of Iran, are leading
the experts to recommend
that Israel keep her air
bases in the Sinai.

Budget Approved
for Settlements

ing. He pledged that Ameri-
can Jews will be "proud" of
the Jewish state.
"You know that Israel is
ready to make sacrifices for
peace, to take risks for
peace, "Begin told the
enthusiastic crowd. Urging
unity "under any circum-
stances" was interpreted by
observers as a call for unity
even if the latest efforts to
reach a peace treaty be-
tween Israel and Egypt
should falter.
Claiming the American;-
Jewish community as the
"mightiest" in recent
Jewish history and that
American Jews undere-
stimate their own influ-
ence, Begin said, "When
the time comes, do not
hesitate to use your influ-
ence." He added that if
Israel will be
strengthened -as a result
of this influence, Ameri-
ca's interests will be
served as well.
Begin, whose speech was
telephoned to a gathering of
Jewish leaders in Los
Angeles, also appealed to
American Jews to come to
live in Israel.

Humanities
Fellowships
Are Available

WASHINGTON — The
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The National Endowment for
World Zionist Organization the Humanities is seeking
has budgeted IL 850 million applicants for fellowships
($43 million) for available for 1980-81.
Fellowships in categories
strengthening the existing
settlements across the A and B carry $10,000
Green Line, the pre-1967 stipends for independent
border of Israel. The budget study and research in the
does not include any alloca- humanities for up to six
tions for new settlements months, and up to $20,000
since they first require gov- for up to 12 months.
Category A is open to all.
ernment approval.
The budget, which was Category B is for persons
set by the WZO's settlement teaching undergraduates.
department, allocates 10 Category C provides college
percent for Golan Heights teachers opportunities to
settlements, 25 percent for participate in seminars.
the Jordan Valley, 25 per- For information, write
cent for the West Bank and the Division of Fellowships,
15 percent for settlements Mail Stop 101, National
in Yamin and the Gaza Endowment for the
Humanities, 806 15th St.,
Strip.
.
NW, Washington, D.C.
The proposed Israeli-
20015.
Egyptian peace agreement
would not require removal
Canada Approved
of the settlements in the
to Protect Israel
Yamit area for at least three
years. The rest of the budget
Interests in Iran
had been authorized earlier.
OTTAWA (JTA) —
Canadian Secretary of State
Don Jamieson announced
Will Close
that the Canadian govern-
Its Newspaper
ment hasr accepted Israel's
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
request to protect its inter-
official publication of the ests in Iran following the
National Religious Party,
severance of diplomat: -e-
Hatzofeh, will cease publi- lations between those
-I-
cation at the end of March.
tries on Feb. 16.
A decision to close the
He said Canada has ob-
40-year-old newspaper was tained Iran's concurrence in
taken by a special commit-
accordance with interna-
tee of the NRP which exam-
tional practice.
ined the financial problems
The Department of Ex-
of the daily.
ternal Affairs will receive
From time to time Hat-
from the Israeli government -
zofeh's employees placed a list of specific items of
front page advertisements
interest which will be
telling its readers that they transmitted to the Cana-
had not been paid for two dian Embassy in Teheran
months.
for future dealings between
The only two remaining the embassy and the. new
newspapers reflecting the
Iranian government con-
religious point of view - are cerning the protection of Is-
Shearim and Hamodia, the
rael's nationals, its property
official organs of the two and financial interests in
Aguda parties.
Iran.

NRP

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