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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-03

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18 Friday, April 3, 1981,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40

WALL WASHING

Special discounts to senior citizens,
retirees and disabled.

WELLS
366-5322

-

EMERGENCY

WATERPROOFING

CALL THE







BUSINESS CARDS

CALLIGRAPHY
BY LAURA
Several styles of hand let-
tering for special occa-
sions.
661 2770

(By Machine)
We clean dirt cheap

Insured



FURNITURE
DOCTOR

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

Rec. room specials.

C & R MAINTENANCE
557-2497

• 645-0849

MAYBURN CONST. CO .

-

All types of cement work
. . . Driveways, porches,
patios, walks, garages,
masonry, water proofing.
Free Estimates

INTERIOR — EXTERIOR
Painting & Wallpapering
by ALEX
Custom work. References.
Call for Free Estimates.
After 6 p.m.
354-6540

PLASTERING—DRYWALL

New & Repair Work.

Spray or Hand Texturing.

522-4308

Call 582-9574
KARCYN LANDSCAPING
Spring Clean Ups
Power Raking
Lawn Maintenance
Frei itimates
Call NOW — 538-4595

HANDY - MAN - JOE

I do it all, no job too small

355-5168

Insured.

8-9 Mon.-Fri.

REUBEN
CUSTOM PAINTING

Interior - Exterior
Exterior Specials
Ranches $195 Colonials $295
FREE ESTIMATES

559-2585

CUSTOM PAINTING
Interior - Exterior
Varnishing - Staining
Free Estimates
MIKE HOLLAND
546-5029

FIREPLACES
Energy efficient. Venting
system. Brick and block
work. Quality craftsman.
Free Estimates.
Call Elmer (313) 349-6046

CALL SAM THE PAINTER
& DECORATOR

AIR CONDITIONING

Interior & Exterior
642-0337

A.R.S. SERVICE CO., INC.

C .

Installation & Service

Reasonable.

NM OM NO OR I

I DISCOUNT PRICES
I
FOR THE WINTER SEASON I

I

I exterior PAINTING,
WALLCOVERING, I
DRYWALL & PLAS- I
TER WORK.
I
I
I
Quick service, excel-
lent workmanship and
the finest references. I

HERCHEL

I

774-3341 days
I •
I 553-0127 evenings

e .

356-3191
Also
Furnaces,
Humidifiers,
Air Cleaners

Alan R. Sukenic,

I Custom interior and

.. . .01

Licensed Contractor

CERAMIC

TILE

Repairs & Installations
by
BOB FEINBERG,
Call 24 hrs.
557-8069

GIL
CUSTOM PAINTING

Interior - Exterior

Reasonable Price.
Quality Work.
Free Estimates

552-0488

968-1839

or return to
D.O.C. Optical, Greenfield Center

50—PERSONAL

Good 20 handicap looking
for Sunday morning golf
match. Either league or
foursome.
MANNY CHUDNOW

548-6404 or 661-1253 eves.

51—MISCELLANEOUS

Are you a sports widow?
Maj player? If you are
35-55 and would like to
play on Sunday after-
noons, please call Sandie

354-4487

$ave on your home or business
repair and improvement needs.
Call

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

45—LOST & FGUND

LOST Prescription eye
glasses. Dark blue tinted,
blue frame in D.O.C. glass
case. These glasses were
lot in the Greenfield Shop-
ping Center. 10 Mile-
Greenfield on March 27.
Please call

851-2550
24 hours.
PIANO TUNING
STARLITE
Repairs,
regulating, key
CARPET CLEANERS
restoration and cleaning.
20/20 STEAM CLEANING SPECIAL
MEYER GLUZMAN
$20 family or living room
689-2693
eves,. after 6
20% discount all other rooms.

543-2858

and Leave Message

Work Guaranteed

Call One for All

CALL SEYMOUR RUBENSTIEN

Various Styles—All Occasions
Immediate Service, Call Naureen
661-9082

REWARD

Fast Service - Low Prices
New garbage disposal installed
$69.00

CALL MARV KAY

PROFESSIONAL CALLIGRAPHY

759-4836

CARPENTRY-PLUMBING-ELECTRICAL

OBITUARIES

40—BUSINESS CARDS

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. 272-7586.

Discounts Needed
for Handicapped

Editor, The Jewish News:
As a group of handi-
capped persons, we would
like to protest the fact that
at every concert or program
presented in the Jewish
community there are dis-
count rates for students
and/or senior citizens.
There are a group of us
that are handicapped and
we think discounts should
also be given to those who
are blind, stroke victims, in
wheelchairs, suffering from
multiple sclerosis or other
disabling diseases.
Our community seems to
revolve around "senior citi-
zens" and youth, and we
"handicaps" are often over-
looked.
We are also in need of
transportation to evening
and weekend activities.
Jewish Family Service pro-
vides volunteer drivers to us
during the week, but on
weekends and evenings we
are stranded.
Reva Lederman
Circle of
Handicapped Friends

RICHARD ALPERT,
37, died March 26. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham (Margaret)
Alpert; two brothers, Mar-
tin and Michael; and his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel (Sarah) Brickner.

* * *

DR. IRVING ASHERY,
67, of Rockville, Md., died
March 31. Survived by his
wife, Dorothy; a son, Avie of
Potomac, Md.; a daughter,
Mrs. Miriam (Mimi) David;
three brothers, Herman of
New York, Martin of Long
Island, and Sam Skupsky of
Oak Park; four sisters, Mrs.
Dorothy Bernstein of
Brooklyn, N.Y., Mrs: Sylvia
Schwartz of New Jersey,
Mrs. Gertrude Schneider of
New York, and Mrs. Ann
Heller of New Jersey; and
five grandchildren. Inter-
ment Washington, D.C.

* * *

LEWIS BARDOS, 82,
died April 1. Survived by his
wife, Irene; a son, Richard of
Northbrook, Ill.; a brother;
three sisters; and three
grandchildren. Services
10:30 a.m. today at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.
4r

* * *

FLORENCE BEDOL of
Monterey Park, Calif., died
March 27. She leaves her
husband, Sam; a son, Mark;
three daughters, Edith Eps-
tein, Mrs. Sophie Braun and
Marilyn Epstein; ' two
brothers, Dr. Coleman Ep-
stein of California and Dr.
Emanuel Epstein of South-
field; and a sister, Mrs. Bess
Mann of Southfield. Inter-
ment California.

CLAIRE - BAYER
BURSTEIN, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles,
Calif., died Feb. 21. Sur-
vived by two sons, Mark and
Larry, both of Los Angeles;
two brothers, Carl Bayer of
Del Ray Beach, Fla. and
Ben of West Bloomfield; a
sister, Shirley Bayer Mar-
cus of Los Angeles; nieces
and nephews.

* * *

PHILIP EISNER, 74,
died March 23. Survived by
his wife, Pauline; two sons,
William A. of Roseville and
Michael D.; two brothers,
Martin and Jerome; and two
grandchildren.

* * *

Purim Exhibition

EDITH FRENKEL, 83,
died March 28. She leaves
two sons, Leonard and
Raymond of Del Ray Beach,
Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. David
(Rochelle) Solomon; two
brothers, Maurice Dvoret
and Nathan De Voret, both
of Chicago; two sisters, Mrs.
Minerva Bartoni of Ft. Col-
lins, Colo. and Mrs. Rae-Re-
imer of Sherman Oaks,
Calif.; nine grandchildren
and five great-grand-
children.

NEW YORK — Seventy-
five paintings, prints,
manuscripts, and other
items illustrating the nar-
rative of Esther and Mor-
decai in Persia — the story
of Purim — will be on dis-
play at the Jewish Museum
through Oct. 31.

LOUIS FRIDSON, 84,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died March
30. He leaves his wife, Cilia;
a son, Fritz of Farmington
Hills; a daughter, Mrs.
Hyman (Alice) Gale of N.
Hollywood, Calif.; two sis-

*

*

ters, Mrs. Rose Brass and
Mrs. Hinda Goldman; four
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
Interment California.

* * *

HERBERT FULLER
former Detroiter of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., died
March 27. He leaves two sis-
ters, Mrs. Morris (Anne)
Brent and Mrs. Lester (Mar-
ion) Goldfischer of New
Rochelle, N.Y. Interment
Florida.

* * *

IDA GOLDIN, 89, died
March 27. She leaves a son,
Louis M. Goldin of New
York; two daughters, Mrs.
Estelle Helfand and Mrs.
Philip (Jeanne) Moss; six
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
**
SARAH GROSS, 81,
died March 31. `8he leaves
three brothers, Morris, Fred
of Miami Beach, Fla., and
Herbert; two sisters, Mrs.
Jack (Florence) Cooper, and
Mrs. William (Minnie) Ab-
ramson of California.

* * *

MORRIS I. HACKER,
63, of Laurelton, N.Y., died
March 12. Survived by his
wife, Joyce; two sons,
Charles and Michael; and
four sisters, Freda Levine of
Oak Park, Bernice Gaines
of Southfield, Lillian Schil-
ler of Nassau, N.Y., and
Vickie Applebaum of
Brooklyn, N.Y. Interment
New York.

* *

NATHAN "NATE"
HORWITZ, 76, died March
28. He leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Raymond (Sheila)
Randel; a sister, Mrs. Sam
(Florence) Rapoport of Ohio;
and three grandchildren.

* * *

SARAH KAPLAN, - 83,
died March 29. She leaves
four daughters, Mrs. Joseph
(Anne) Feldman, Mrs.
Harry (Lottie) Koltonow,
Mrs. Israel (Beatrice)
Cohan and Mrs. David
(Lenore) Shapiro; one
brother, Herman Kanter; a
sister, Mrs. Ruth Schechter;
12 grandchildren and 18
great-grandchildren.

* * *

ROSE KASH, 84, died
March 28. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Clara Kati;
and grandchildren.
* * *
DR. EDMUND KRAUS,
50, died April 1. He leaves
his wife, Geraldine; a son,
David; four daughters, Mrs.
Eric (Marian) Freedman,
Kathie, Brenda and Karen;
and a sister, Mrs. Albert
(Violet) Fletcher.

* * *

MOLLIE LIPMAN, 73,
died March 27. She leaves a
son, Jerome; a daughter,
Mrs. Fred (Frances) Borson;'
a brother, David L. Susser of
Los Angeles, Calif.; six
grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.

* * *

ANNIE LOEWENT-
HAL, former Detroiter , of
Milwaukee, Wis., died
March 17. Survived by her
husband, Paul; a daughter,

Mrs. Burton (Olga) Fre-
denthal; and two grand-
daughters. Interment Mil-
waukee.

* * *

NOLTON LORBER, 75,
of Dallas, Tex., died March
21. He leaves his wife, Til-
lye; two daughters, Mrs.
Donald (Arlene) Klein of
Dallas and Mrs.- Ron
(Geraldine) Gale of Bedford,
N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Ervina
Faigel; two brothers, Dr.
Joseph and Walter; and
three grandchildren.
Interment Dallas.

GERTRUDE
PARKER, 61, died March
31. Survived by her hus-
band, Joe; a son, Daniel; a
daughter, Mrs. David
(Suzanne) Polvi; and four
grandchildren.

GERTRUDE POL-
LARD, 70, died March 31.
She leaves her husband, Dr.
Ray; two daughters, Mrs.
Nicholas (Linda) Puner of
Pleasantville, N.Y. and
Mrs. Dennis(Elizabeth)
Blasberg of Mountain View,
Calif.; a brother, Seymour
Owens of California; and
two sisters, Mrs. Philip (Be-
He) Greenwald and Mrs.
Walter (Adelyne) Aronoff.
Services 2 p.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

* * *

JACK PENFIL, 71, for-
merly of Lansing, died
March 26 in Woodland
Hills, Calif. He is survived
by his wife, Ethel; three
daughters, Mrs. Charles
(Sharon) Sweet of Lansing,
Mrs. Sam (Brenda)
Franklin of Fresno, Calif.,
and Mrs. David (Jo ice)
Wright of Northridge,
Calif.; three brothers, Mor-
ris of Oak Park, Louis of
Philadelphia, Pa. and Dave
of Miami Beach, Fla.; and
five grandchildren. Inter-
ment California.
* * *
BETTY SHANAMAN,
64, died March 26. She
leaves her husband,
Maurice; two sons, Charles
and Alan; a sister, Mrs.
Dora Marcus of California;
her father, 'Harry Felsot of
Miami Beach, Fla.; and a
grandson.
**
IRVING WINSTOCK,
72, died April 1. Survived by
his wife, Helen; a son, Jef-
frey of Memphis, Tenn.; two
daughters, Mrs. Seymour
(Anita) Cywiak and Mrs.
Barry (Judith) Eisenberg;
and six grandchildren. .

Israel Teachers
Strike Twice

TEL AVIV (JTA) — '
rael's teachers struck
March 23 and this week,
suspending classes for 1.2
million students ranging
from nursery school chil-
dren to adults at teacher
training seminaries.
There were no classes
Tuesday because the Par-
ents Association had 'can-
ned a sympathy strike in
support of the teachers'
wage demands.

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