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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

THOMPSON LAWN SERVICE

Complete Lawn Care
Reasonable Rates
589-2859

Call me before you call a contrac-
tor. Registered architect will de-
sign for bathrooms, kitchens,
other renovations & new con-
struction.

557-7134

40—BUSINESS CARDS

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

"RODGERS DOES
IT RIGHT"

SEAMLESS

ALUMINUM
GUTTERS

Call Glenn Crain

Home Improvements

Porches, patios, driveways,
sidewalks. Waterproofing. Brick
work.
Licensed & Bonded

582-9574

QUALITY CUSTOM PAINTING

Interior & Exterior
Reasonable with references
Satisfaction guaranteed

Free Estimates

398-1053

ELECTRICAL WORK

No job too small

357-1272 after 6

CERTIFIED BARTENDER

For any occasion
Call Owen
356-2211
355-1505

K & M
PAINTING & WALLPAPERING

Let our INSURED professional
painters beautify your home or
office today.Interior-Exterior

Free Estimates
642-8929

LOU'S PLUMBING

Repairs & Alterations
Reasonable.

Licensed Master Plumber.

557-8688
AIR-CONDITIONING
Repair single unit_
& central
. New installations

BY

HUNTINGTON WOODS

399-1233____

RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING
Wall washing & gutter
cleaning.
Quality Service
Free Estimates

547-2418

CARPENTRY

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

CALL RON
661-4576

eves.

MOVING?
YOUNG MEN

With furniture van will move you
expertly at economy rates.

Insured

589-0682

588-1228 ,

FINEST CUSTOM PAINTING

A NICE JEWISH BOY
LIKE ME

PAINTING
Interior — Exterior

237-0092

Fast Service

549-9539

365-5866

ROSS-LEE ENTERPRISES, INC.

Installation

C.C. KIRBY CONST.
Brick, block, stone.
Free Estimates
Licensed
363-9714

Repair

REFRIGERATION

Design

4)

Alb 546-4240

GRANT HEATING & COOLING

Air-conditioning installa-
tion, sales & service.
Energy conservation de-
vices. Oil to gas conver-
sions. Furnace installa-
tions, replacements &
service.

967-3042

ALEX STRIM
CUSTOM
Painting & Decorating
Reasonable
Quality
Price
Work
Free Estimates
Call Anytime

545-3357
EXPERIENCED
CARPENTER

Fine craftsmanship of all kinds.
Home repairs, remodeling,. new
construction. Repair old doors
and locks. Specializing in
wooden patio decks, planters &
walkways.

No job too big or small.
Reasonable rates.

HEATING REPAIR
Only
Bob Mendelson
541 5720

-

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

after 4

Ellie Schaumberg to Aid Israel Bonds

Ellie Schaumberg has ac-
cepted the chairmanship of
the Metro Detroit Israel
Bond Women's Division
Cash Collection campaign,
it was announced by Leah
Snider, division chairman.
Mrs. Schaumberg joins
Max Nosanchuk, recently
appointed general chair-
man of the cash collection
effort, in declaring the ur-
gent cash effort an im-

State Rep. Joe Forbes
(D-Oak Park) has an-
nounced his candidacy for a
sixth term in the Michigan
House of Representatives.
He represents the 67th Dis-
trict, which includes most of
Oak Park, the eastern por-

557-2896

EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN
No job too small.

CLEMEN MAROGE
544-7486

CALLIGRAPHY

Cards, signs, invitations,
envelope addressing,
flyers, almost anything.

Please telephone

363-1192

ROOFING & SIDING

Trim and gutters.
Licensed work. Guaranteed.
Free roof inspection
and estimates.

542.2609

50—PERSONAL

PSYCHIC CONSULTANT

(Male)

53—ENTERTAINMENT

SINGING guitarist, violinist, also
plays disco tapes. 398-2462.

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. 272-7586.

Our Classified Ads
Get Fast Results

Wesley Uses
Kosher Products

' Wesley's Quaker Maid Ice
Cream Co. acquires ingre-
dients for its sherbets, ice
creams and ices from
around the world.
Cocoa is bought from Hol-
land, bananas from Hon-
duras, whey powder from
New Zealand, pineapple
from Hawaii and fruit,
strawberries, peaches and
cherries, from California
and Georgia. Nuts are from
Georgia and Alabama.
All of Wesley's suppliers
are kosher and meet the re-
quirements of the Jewish
dietary laws. Wesley's ice
cream products are certified
kosher (except the grape
popsicle) by Rabbi Jack
Goldman of the Metropoli-
tan Kashruth Council and
the kosher products bear
the council's emblem.

mediate Israel Bond cam- —
paign priority.
Detroit's cash goal, to be
reached in the next 60 days,
is $2 million.
In addition to her lead-
ership in the Israel Bonds
program, Mrs. Schaum-
berg's other communal
activities include Hadas-
sah and the Detroit Chap-
ter of Alpha Omega Aux-
iliary.

Forbes Seeks Re-Election

RICHARD HYMAN

Also: Healing, weight,
Dry wall and plaster re- smoking & alcohol control,
paired. Wall washing. insomnia & relaxation,
Reasonable. References. satisfaction guaranteed.
By appt.:
Call after 5 p.m.
544-3118
355-4598

European couple will do painting
inside & outside, carpet cleaning,
house cleaning, etc. Experi-
enced. References. Free Esti-
mates.

Sprinkler Systems

by JOYCE

661-0932

557-1338

L.J. RODGERS

TYPES OF MASONRY
CONCRETE WORK

Invitations and Documents

Texturing of Walls. Repairs

Lawn Clean-up — Power Rake
— Flower Beds — Railroad Ties
— Hedge & Tree Trimming. Rea-
sonable rates.

293-1955

40—BUSINESS CARDS

Friday, May 23, 1980 61

JOE FORBES

tion of Southfield, Royal
Oak Township and Lathrup
Village.
Forbes has served as
majority floor leader since

1975. Her currently serves
as chairman of the Legisla-
tive Council, which over-
sees legislative support
services, and as the chair-
man of the Committee on
House Policy.
Forbes is co-chairman of
the Special House Commit-
tee on Generic Drug Prod-
uct Selection and was the
sponsor of Michigan's
Generic Drug Act.
During this legislative
session, Forbes intro-
duced legislation to regu-
late the conversion of
condominiums and "sun-
set" legislation which
would have required
periodic review of all
state government agen-
cies.
Forbes was formerly
mayor of Oak Park, member
of the Oak Park City Coun-
cil and Oakland County
Board of Supervisors. He is
a vice president of the Na-
tional Association of Jewish
Legislators.

Companionship for Elderly
Provided by Teen Project

Prentis Manor — Jewish tionship between the resi-
Home for Aged is sponsor- dents and the teens. Visits
ing a teen volunteer pro- are weekly and take place
gram in conjunction with after school. Twelve resi-
Southfield High School. dents of the home have vol-
This program is under the unteered to participate in
direction of Prentis Manor this program.
Administrator Phyllis
In addition to the
Braudy Harris, activities friendly visits, the teens
director Sheri Traison and attend seminars on var-
Southfield High School ious topics pertaining to
teachers Joan Cowell and gerontology. Some of the
Suzanne Robinson.
topics include the history
The teenagers, Lisa of the Jewish Home for
Aaron, Candy Beattie, Tom Aged, the background of
Beaver, Angelo Dello, Ross the elderly residents, ac-
Foner, Natalie Gagner, tivities for the in-
Tom Hafey, Renee Harris, stitutionalized aged,
Beth Hood, Maria Kho, reality orientation, prob-
Tammy Oberts and Eric lems of the elderly and
Stewart, are members s of physical therapy.
Parent-Youth Guidance,
Through exposure to the
an organization which various professions, includ-
promotes human under- ing nursing, social work,
standing and community physical and occupational
involvement.
therapy and medicine the
The primary object is to teenagers become aware of
provide companionship by various occupations in the
establishing a bonding rela- field of gerontology.

Center Health Clubs Offer
Special Membership Plan

The Jewish Community
Center Health Clubs are of-
fering one-month, two-
month and three-month
summer memberships,
geared especially for work-
ing people, teachers, college
students and mothers with
young children.
In addition to the health
clubs, the Center offers
exercise classes, including
ballet, tap and dance
aerobics; sports — baseball,

co-ed volleyball, racquet-
ball and squash; a Runners
Club and Sailing Club. The
outdoor pool will open June
14.
Sunday brunch is served
by Gitel Cross and Bud Gil-
lespie. Babysitters are
available, day camp and
morning and evening
classes and activities are
available.
For information, call the
Center, 661-1000.

ELLIE SCHAUMBERG

Assisting Mrs. Schaum-
berg will be Women's Di-
vision Executive Board
members Franka Char-
lupski, Anne Parzen, Phyl-
lis Newman, Betty Rath,
Alice Ross, Betty Starkman
and Doreen Hermelin.
The cash collection drive
is part of a $50 million,
nation-wide effort.

Baltimore Cantor
Commissioned
to Write Service

BALTIMORE, Md. —
Cantor Abraham Salkov of
Chizuk Amuno Congrega-
tion of Baltimore has been
commissioined to write a
special Passover Haggada
service for cantor, choir,
children's chorus, string or-
chestra, flute, harp and per-
cussion, by Cantor Nathan
Lam and the Stephen Wise
Congregation in Los
Angeles.
Cantor Salkov has writ-
ten numerous other works,
including a Sabbath eve-
ning service, a children's
Sabbath service, a Hallel for
chorus and orchestra and
individual compositions.

Dorm Suggestion
Leads to Boycott

BEERSHEBA — Stu-
dents at Ben-Gurion Uni-
versity boycotted classes
Monday to protest a Knes-
set suggestion that campus
dormitories be segregated
according to sex.
At present, the dorms
have men and women stu-
dents segregated in their
own bedrooms, but sharing
bathroom and kitchen
facilities.
The student council said
the arrangement assured "a
cleaner and more esthetic"
environment.

Numismatists
Meet Tuesday

The Israel Numismatic
Society of Michigan, Inc.,
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Morris branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
David Hendin will pre-
sent a travelogue and his-
tory on "Israel's Coin
Cities."

Correction

The marriage announce-
ment for Catherine Harder
and Mark Kamil appearing
in last week's Jewish News
inadvertently left out the
name of the University of
Chicago Law School, which
the new Mrs. Kamil
attends.

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