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August 14, 1981 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

DOUG'S
INTERIOR-EXTERIOR
PAINTING

40—BUSINESS CARDS

MR. FIX-IT ALL

40—BUSINESS CARDS

GUTTERS. Professional. Rea-
sonable. Reliable. 885-5813.

Patch work.
Work all areas.

Complete home repair.
Auto sprinklers, alarm.
Free Estimate.

LADIES alterations. 20 years ex-
perience. Reasonable. 968-
8490.

675-0852

US 1-8575

ALUMINUM SIDING
TRIM
GUTTERS and ROOFING
DEAL DIRECT
FREE ESTIMATES
545-1073

LOCKS

LADIES alterations. Beautiful
workmanship. Ms. Paul. 544-
0006.

STEVE'S PAINTING
Interior & Exterior

Painting & Wallpapering
Plastering, Window Glazing & Caulking
Gutters cleaned & repaired.

Sales

(Deadbolts installed)

PHIL 728-0356

RENT A MAVEN

Home and Appliance Re-
pair
And Remodeling For Less

Call 967-3559

Ask For The Maven

Call STEVE
365-5635

EMERGENCY

CALL THE

AIR CONDITIONING

Installation & Service

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

356-3191

Also
Furnaces,
Humidifiers,
Air Cleaners

Alan R. Sukenic,

Licensed Contractor

EXPERIENCED
CARPENTER

Fine craftsmanship of all kinds.
All home repairs and remodeling.
Build additions, garages, patio
decks, fences and retainer walls.
Repair old doors and locks.

No Job Too Big or Small







FURNITURE
DOCTOR
Any Furniture Repair

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

CALL MARV KAY

851-2550

24 hours

RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING

Wall washing and
gutter cleaning.

Quality Service
Free Estates

547.2418

NICE JEWISH BOY

MEET AN HONEST MAN
PROFESSIONAL PAINTING

Average single home —
under $200. Roofing:
Falt-hot — under $35.00
for 100 sq. ft.

21 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Other Repairs

References
538-3645

Your Area
- 534-7667

PAINTING
INTERIOR - EXTERIOR

PRIDE IN WORK ETHICS
References. Free Estimates
DAVID

255-9395

Plumbing, hot water heat-
ing, drain cleaning. Serv-
ice & Repairs.

NOLAN'S PLUMBING
& HEATING
(313) 887-2227

FURNITURE
REPAIR

Any Furniture Repair.
Any Regluing - Touch-ups.
Spring Repair - Buttons.
All Types

RICHARD HYMAN

Expertly repairs automatic
washers & dryers. Ken-
more & Whirlpool our-spe-.
cialty. Very reasonable.

557-2896

357-0119

BOWLERS WANTED

Insured — Free Estimates

For Men's house league at
W. Bloomfield Lanes start-
ing Sept. 27th, 9:30 a.m.

Licensed - Insured
Reasonable Rates

L.A. LENCHNER

PLUMBING & HEATING CO.

• REPAIRS
• REMODELING
• NEW
CONSTRUCTION
• COMMERCIAL
• INDUSTRIAL

L

Service

CALLIGRAPHY. Any occasion.
Very reasonable. Cindy. 559-
2942, 352-2240.

Fast service.
We handle all jobs.

589-1880

ALPINE TREE SERVICE

Trimming. Removing.

541-2835

398-5433

SEWER

CLEANING SERVICE

552-9535

24 Hr. Service

Lapels narrowed. Pants
tapering. Coats relined.

INSURED

SERVICING
TRI-COUNTY AREA

892-3900

Aluminum & Vinyl Siding
Trims - Gutters

All types of Roofing Work
Shingles - Hot Asphalt

Carpentry - Plastering
Drywall - Painting

50—PERSONAL

If interested call

Mitch August or Iry Zeltzer

851-7773

PLUMBING REPAIR

24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE

552-9535

565-6605

51—MISCELLANEOUS

Will trade 2 choice August
28 Ann Murray-Pine Knob
tickets for same August
27.

Call Cy
834-7236

All types of alterations.

552-0544

LICENSED

Call MEL
642-5682

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party

music. 272-7586.

BIG BANDS PLUS

Recorded original music
from the 30's to 60's.
No party too small
*Blues - Jazz - Yiddish Comedy

ROOFING
SIDING

474-8084

All work guaranteed
Licensed & Insured

Adat Shalom Cemetery —
W. McNichols and
Middlebelt. 5 family plot,
all or part. Well placed.
Priced to sell.

GUTTERS & TRIM

* Insurance Repairs *
& Estimates

Call KEN CAMERON

892-3900

542-2609

CAM-FIELD, INC.

559-6898

This Space
Reserved for
Your Ad
Call 424-8833

54—CEMETERY LOTS

Call 559-4386

Friday, August 14, 1981 69

Christian Lebanese Here Urge
Joint Protest Against UNRWA

By HEIDI PRESS
compared the assistance
Representatives of the given to Jews after World
American Lebanese League War II and that given to the
urged the joining of Jewish Arab refugees of the 1948
and Lebanese Christian ef- war. He explained that with
forts to pressure the U.S. aid from Jewish organiza-
government to cut funds tions, Jewish refugees of
from the United Nations World War II have rebuilt
Relief and Work Agency their lives and a Jewish na-
which has been seen as pro- tional home as well.
viding monetary support for
In comparison, he said the
the Palestine Liberation Arabs have chosen not to
Organization in Lebanon.
solve its (refugee) problems.
Speaking a a press confer-
"They have wealth be-
fence Tuesday at the Zionist yond the dream of av-
Cultural Center, at which arice. They have the
Congressman William money and the space to
Brodhead (D-17th District) solve their problem."
was presented with peti-
Brodhead said the Arab
tions by the Detroit District refugees have become prey
— Zionist Organization of to calls for terrorism to solve
America
protesting their problem. However, he
UNRWA support, Marcel said the refugee problem
Hage, Midwest chairman of cannot be solved militarily.
the American Lebanese
Brodhead pledged to con-
League, said, "We've been tinue his efforts on the
singing the same tune. We'd UNRWA issue.
like to join hands — we'd
Irving Laker, president of
like to solve the Arab- the Detroit District — ZOA,
Israeli problem. Israel has a presented the petitions to
right to survive."
Brodhead. Laker called the
The petitions call on U.S. support of UNRWA
President Reagan and Con- "wasteful."
gress "to cut off all Ameri-
Ezekiel Leikin, ad-
can funding to UNRWA and ministrative assistant to
thereby eliminate a major the president of the ZOD,
source of support for inter- presented the back-
national terrorism."
ground of UNRWA and
Hage added that Israel position of the ZOD.
and Lebanon agree about
Leikin said that UN-
85 percent of the time on RWA, originally formed to
issues involving the Mid- aid the Arab refugees - of
die East and urged that 1948, has become an "Arab
Jews and Lebanese welfare agency" which is
Christians join in an ef- "totally subservient to the
fort to make their pro- dictates of the Palestine
tests known to the U.S. Liberation Organization.
government.
"Today, the grim reality
He said the national is that the refugee camps
American Lebanese League have become armed
is cooperating with the enclaves administered and
Zionist movement. Accord- controlled by the PLO.
ing to Hage, there are about These camps, incidentally,
30,000 Christian Lebanese are not rows of ramshackle
in Michigan. tents, but fortified concrete
Congressman Brodhead block settlements, which
serve as staging areas for
PLO's murderous raids
55—ART FOR SALE
against Israel's civilian
population.
ART
"This is where Arab
20th Century - Oil paint- children are taught to
ings, lithos, etchings, hate Jews and Israelis,
woodblock prints, draw- this is where Hitler's
ings.

ANTIQUES

Japanese
Ukio-e
woodblock prints, Chinese
Scrolls etc. Other antiques
& collectibles.

626-2686

ART IN THE GARAGE SALE
Private collector dis-
posing of signed and
numbered graphics,
posters, drawings.
Miro, Vasarely, Hun-
tervasser, etc., also
some pleasant but
unsigned pieces.
Bargain prices. Take
13 Mile, between
Lahser and Telegraph
to Bristol Lane, go 2
blocks to

23031 BRITNER
AUGUST 15 & 16

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

644-0966

`Mein Kampf is the new
Bible, this is where
Mideast geography is
doctored to exclude Is-
rael and where potential
assassins are trained for
combat against Israeli
men, women and chil-
dren by a motley group of
instructors from Libya,
East Germany, Cuba and
other mercenaries repre-
senting the Who's Who in
Terror International. The
entire operation is or-
chestrated by the men in
the Kremlin.
"The Arab refugee prob-
lem is an anomaly. It should
have been solved years ago
by the oil-rich Arab states.
Indeed, if the monies allo-
cated by the Saudi monar-
chy to keep the PLO in
business were used for con-
structive programs of reset-
tlement, there would have
been no refugee problem to-
day.
"It is certainly not in the
national interest of the
United States to sustain
and perpetuate nests of PLO
terrorism and subversion.
"We believe — and urge
the Reagan Administra-
tion, the- Senate and the
House of Representatives to
cut off all aid to the United
Nations Relief and Works
Agency. To date the U.S.
has spent almost $1 billion
to keep these camps in
existence, and $68 million is
earmarked for this agency
in the current budget."
Sol Lachman, past
president of the Detroit
Zionist Federation, said
the reason for the peti-
tions was "to send a clear
message to the Soviet
Union and the Arabs,
that if they want support
for the refugees they'll
have to do it themselves."
Also seated on the dais
were Dr. Milton Steinhardt,
president of the DZF; Isa-
dore Schrodeck, represent-
ing the Labor Zionist Al-
liance and Milhad Zohab,
Detroit representative to
the American Lebanese
League.

Brodhead Predicts Congress
Will Deny AWACS to Saudis

Congressman William
Brodhead expressed confi-
dence Tuesday that the U.S.
House of Representatives
will deny approval of the
sale of AWACS planes to
Saudi Arabia.
Rep. Brodhead urged, in a
statement to The Jewish
News, that there should be a
continuous expression of
opposition to the threaten-
ing proposal to assure simi-
lar reactions by the U.S. Se-
nate.
"I believe the two Michi-
gan Senators, Don Riegle
and Carl Levin, will be firm
in their opposition," the
Michigan Congressman
said, "but there has to be an
assurance that other Sena-
tors will not deviate under
pressure from the White
House and State Depart-
ment. I advise all who are
concerned about the secu-

WILLIAM BRODHEAD

rity of Israel and the dan-
gers that are involved in
permitting use of the
AWACS by Saudi Arabia to
keep indicating the extent
of the menace and to contact
the members of Congress to
be firm in their defensive
position for Israel."

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