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January 25, 1980 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

60 Friday, January 25,1980

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

A NICE JEWISH BOY
LIKE ME

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.

PAINTING
Interior — Exterior

237.0092

AZIR PAINTING &
DECORATING
Interior-Exterior
Free Estimates
Reasonable Rates

Call GARY

Please call 399-0079

Call 477-4786

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

754-2828
eves. 967-3446

Licensed

Specializing' in children's
parties, adult shows, spe-
cial occasions.
We amaze, surprise, but
most of all make you
smile.

Texturing of Walls. Repairs

TED'S
WALLPAPER REMOVING

557-1338

Free Estimates. Insured.
Serving tri-county area.

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

531-7555

Free Estimates
Licensed

WALL WASHING
(By Machine)
PAPER HANGING

363-9714

Satisfaction Guaranteed
Insured

366 - 5322

Call before 9 2.•. Of after 7 p.•.

FURNITURE REPAIR
& REFINISHING

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

K. KENT

Free Estimates
474-8953

QUALITY SERVICE
SEWER & DRAIN
Plumbing Repairs







CUSTOM COUNTER TOPS

LEO SIMKO'S

Sewer & Plumbing Service

Free Estimates

No job too small

557-8730

ARON SPINNER
PLUMBING

EMERGENCY

Repairs - Remodeling
Residential - Commercial

CALL THE
FURNITURE DOCTOR

557-6318
863-1925
557-6182
IF NO ANSWER 573-0924

Any Furniture Repair
Re-upholstering
Refinishing
Chair Caning
Our Speciality is
is repairing, reglueing &
re-upholstering
dining room chairs

H & A HEATING

SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS

Licensed Contractor.
Reasonable Rates
537-2349
537-1262

CALL MARV KAY

ROOFING

CAWGRAPHY

Hot Tar - Shingles
Re-coat - Repair - Replace
Siding - Trim - Gutters

851-2550

24 hours

Sewer Cleaning
Sump Pump Repairs
Emergency Calls

Invitations Addressed
Italic & Block Style

851-2118

Elissa
358-3615 eves

546-0050
Licensed - Bonded - Insured

SKILLED TRADESMAN

MICHAEL BLACK
For the finest
in custom
wallpaper hanging

J. SHEVACH

ARTHUR CHAFETS
Furniture finishing,
Prompt repair service.
Cabinets, upholstery,
weaving, carpet repair.

399-1724

PETER FRIEDMAN

Licensed Master Plumber
Emergency Service Work.
Sewer cleaning, garbage dis-
posal. installation work. Reason-
able rates.

24 hour service.
354 - 4364

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

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

Familiar with all phases of Resi-
dential & Commercial Construc-
tion to do home repairs.

Vic
435-0259

Quality wallpaper hang-
ing. Reasonable rates.
Free Estimates.

ARNOLD GOLDIN

Ask for Leonard
967-0185

356-0499

FINEST CUSTOM PAINTING

Drywall and plaster repairs.
Wallwashing.
REASONABLE REFFERENCES

LIGHT TAILORING

Call after 6 pm
for appointment

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

543-5934
Put your mind at Rest,
Shoot for the Best.

"A"PLUS WALLPAPER REMOVING

Residential & Commercial -

565-3479

TELEVISION
SERVICE

All work guaranteed
Licensed
Very Reasonable

Call HAROLD COHEN

.968-7482

352-1923

Removal of all types of
Wallpaper

Call after 5 p.m.
544-3118

By Experienced Tailor
Very reasonable rates

Enhance your Simcha (Happy
Occasion), by listening to the
melodious voice of an Israeli and
English folk guitarist. Reason-
able rates.

TODD & MARK ARE THE
MAGNIFICENT
MAGIC MACHINE

JULIUS ROSS

WELLS

MUSIC! Voice, recorder & guitar
duo. Janet Smarr. 995-9781.

661-5151

MOVING CO., INC.

357.2674

WALLPAPER
HANGING
and
PAINTING

292-3885

REUBEN
CUSTOM
PAINTING

INTERIOR-EXTERIOR

Free Estimates

559-2585

REFRIGERATION

HEATING REPAIR

Only
Bob Mendelson

541-5720

COMPLETE remodeling,
alterations, repair, kitch-
en, den, basement, family
room. Reasonable.
354-6473

after 4

TOBIAS

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

Reputable and Licensed

422-3764

937-8374

CARPENTRY

• Rec Rooms
• Basement Floors Tiled
• Suspended ceilings
installed
• Stucco
• Misc. Repairs
• Custom Formica Work
References
Very Reasonable

CALL RON
661-4576

eves.

Ben-Gurion View
of Boundaries Told

53—ENTERTAINMENT

'SINGING guitarist, violinist plus
Disco tapes. 398-2462.

Counter Tops — Formica
Work — Vanities & Tops
— Cabinets.

398-3149

Custom work, household mov-
ing, offices, packing, piano and
appliances. Local and State of
Michigan.

40—BUSINESS CARDS

Reasonable Rates

545-7120

967-3850

Yeshiva Receives
Federation Grant

NEW YORK — An-
ticipating a critical shor-
tage of Jewish early child-
hood educators within the
next several years due to
the steady increase of work-
ing women and the attrition
of Jewish early childhood
teachers and other person-
nel, the Fund for Jewish
Education of the New York
Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies is providing
Yeshiva University with a
$41,000 grant. The funds
will be used to develop and
innovative Jewish early
childhood education pro-
gram, Dr. Sid Z. Leiman, di-
rector of graduate Jewish
education, Yeshiva Univer-
sity, said.
According to Dr. Leiman,
who will supervise the pro-
gram, the two-year grant
will enable the university's
Ferkauf Graduate School
and Stern College for
Women to develop the spe-
cial program as part of their
joint BA-MS program in
Jewish education.
The program, Dr. Leiman
said, would be closely coor-
dinated with the Depart-
ment of Early Childhood
Education of the Board of
Jewish Education, which
will coordinate field place-
ment of trainees.

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
widely-held belief that the
late David Ben-Gurion
never committed himself to
what Israel's final bound-
aries should be does not con-
form to the facts, writes Is-
rael Kargman, a leader of
the Labor Alignment and a
member of the Israeli Knes-
set, in an article in the
morning Hebrew daily
Ha'aretz.
The author refers to a let-
ter from David Ben-Gurion
to General DeGaulle dated
Dec. 6, 1967. Ben-Gurion
reminded the French
president of a conversation
he had with him in 1960,
while on a visit to France.
At that meeting De
Gaulle had asked Ben-
Gurion what was his vision
of the acceptable and defen-
sible borders of the state of
Israel. According to the let-
ter, DeGaulle is reported to
have requested Ben-Gurion
to be candid on the assur-
ance that he would never
make Ben-Gurion's views
public.
Ben-Gurion responded:
"If you would have
asked me this question 25
years ago, I would have
said that the northern
boundary should be the
Litany River and the
eastern boundary the
River Jordan. But if you
ask me that question now

r

I have to tell you that
today we have two over-
riding considerations —
peace with our neighbors
and a large Jewish immi-
gration.
"At this time the territory
which is in Israel's control is
quite capable of absorbing
more Jews than I believe
want to come to this coun-
try.
"Furthermore," Ben-
Gurion wrote, "I can assure
you that the Sinai campaign
and the Six-Day War were
in no way acts intended to
expand the territory of the
state of Israel. If the Arab
leaders would not be an-
nouncing daily, day in and
day out, that their goal is
the liquidation of the state
of Israel then we would
never contemplate any
changes in the existing
armistice lines."
Following the Six-Day
War Ben-Gurion believed
that Israel must under all
circumstances retain the
old city of Jerusalem and a
part of the Golan Heights.
He had a completely differ-
ent feeling about the West
Bank provinces of Judea,
Shomron and Gaza, accord-
ing to Kargman.

There is nothing so ab-
surd or ridiculous that has
not at some time been said
by some philosopher.
1
"

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17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.

Suite 865

Southfield, Mich. 48075

WE'VE JUST

Power Balance

LONDON (ZINS) — The
London Institute for
Strategic Affairs has pub-
lished the following statis-
tics on the military
strengths of countries in the
Middle East:
Israel now has 3,300
tanks, 550 combat aircraft,
400,000 soldiers, 7,000 ar-
mored vehicles and 1,850
pieces of artillery.
Egypt has 2,100 tanks
apart from 1,000 new
American tanks to be
added, 515 combat aircraft
apart from 85 new Ameri-
can planes, a standing army
of 895,000, 3,000 armored
vehicles plus 700 additional
American made vehicles
and 2,400 pieces of artillery.
The combined forces of
Syria, Iraq and Jordan:
5,700 tanks, 1,030 aircraft,
standing army of 745,000
soldiers, 5,000 armored ve-
hicles and 4,430 pieces of ar-
tillery.

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