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December 04, 1981 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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68 Friday, December 4, 1981

40—BUSINESS CARDS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MR. FIX-IT ALL

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

US 1-8575

Sol Pryor

491-0761

HEATING

356-3191

Call 967-3559

Alan R. Sukenic,

Ask For The Maven

Licensed Contractor

Interior - Exterior
Reasonable price
Quality work
Free Estimates

552-0488
METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture cleaning.
Wall washing, custom painting
interior-exterior.

541-0278
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

Licensed - Insured
Reasonable Rates

RICHARD HYMAN

557-2896

689-2693

Also
Furnaces,
Humidifiers,
Air Cleaners
Air-Conditioning

Home and Appliance Re-
pair
And Remodeling For Less.

YAKOV
CUSTOM PAINTING

Repairing, regulating, refinish-
ing. Certified piano technician.
Reasonable rates.

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

PHIL 728-0356
RENT A MAVEN

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Five year written
guarantee. Experienced — low-
est price.
LICENSED & INSURED

•■■■■■■••

EMERGENCY

Wall washing and
s gutter cleaning.

FURNITURE
DOCTOR
• Any Furniture Repair

Quality Service
Free Estates

547-2418

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

NICE JEWISH BOY

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

CALL MARV KAY

851-2550

24 hours

ALLEN ZATKOFF

357-0119
EXPERT CARPENTER

Complete remodeling, repairs or
alterations. Kitchen, den, base-
ment, family room. Formica
work. Reasonable.

Painting & Wallpaper
Wisking
15 years experience.

354-6473

356-0318
BE ENERGY WISE

Replace
broken
&
steamed-up insulated
glass. All types of glass &
mirror work.

JOAB'S PLUMBING

TWO tickets wanted for Lions-
Minnesota game. 357-2220.

SPACE for rent. Reasonable.
Excellent location. 967-2600,
546-0947.

53—ENTERTAINMENT

Remodeling Repairs
Sewer Cleaning — Sump Pumps

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. 272-7586.

24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE

Licensed — Insured

552.9535

J. Shevach

PIANO ENTERTAINMENT
Having a Holiday Party?

851-2118

C.C. KIRBY CONST.

Brick, block, stone.
Free Estimates
Licensed

363-9714

967-1114
ALEX STRIM
CUSTOM
Painting & Decorating

Reasonable
Price

Let me help make yours a
success. Popular, show-
tunes, oldies, background
and sing-a-longs.

SEWER

CLEANING SERVICE

552-9535

Call MIKE BEZ

626-8429

24 Hr. Service

Specializing in refinishing
kitchen cabinets, libraries, family
rooms. Antiquing, staining and
varnishing, Custom painting.
Reasonable. References.
Free Estimates.

Quality
Work

Free Estimates
Call Anytime

968-5354

Our Classified Ads
Get Fast Results

ARON SPINNER

LICENSED-MASTER PLUMBER-INSURED

All type plumbing repairs. Replace-
ments or new installation. Electric
sewer and drain cleaning. Residen-
tial - Commercial.

557-6318 or 863-1925

PIANO TUNING-REPAIRS

Graduate of "Detroit school for
Piano Technicians"

Reasonable Rates

Laurence Eisenberg

398-0721

CARPENTRY



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

• Custom Formica Work

References
Very Reasonable

CALL RON COHEN
661-4576

H & A HEATING

SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS
Licensed Contractor.
Reasonable Rates

Technion Professionals Slated to Meet

The Technical Profes-
sionals for Technion (TPT),
an organization of Jewish -
American engineers, scien-
tists and architects suppor-
tive of Technion and Israel,
will present the second in a
series of panel 'discussions
at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
main United Hebi-ew
Schools building.

The program, sponsored
by the Detroit Chapter of
the American Technion
Society, is entitled "The
Jewish - American Automo-
tive Engineer — an Alter-
native Personal View." The
panel will be chaired by
Julius Harwood, director,

JULIUS HARWOOD

Materials Science Labora-
tory, Ford Motor Co.
The
panelists,
all
engineers, are,
- Joseph

.

10% SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT
537-2349
537-1262

682-6385

SPACE AGE
COMPUTER PICTURES
Taken of your guests at Bar
Mitzvas, weddings, promo-
tional parties, etc.
Call 863-7736 for info

FIND IT

L

IN THE

ANT

Clowns, Magic, Music, Juggling,
Puppets, Dance and Balloon
Sculpture.
Birthday parties and other occa-
sions for all ages.

273-6716
DJ

With professional sound system
& lights for Bar-Mitzvahs, Wed-
dings — any occasion.

Call GORDON ENTERTAINMENT

569.0355

Greenbaum,
design
engineer, Ford Motor Light
Truck Operations; Sheldon
Belenson, technical systems
specialist, Chrysler De-
fense, Inc.; and Julian
Tishkoff, staff research
engineer, G.M. Research
Laboratories.
There is no admission
charge. Interested pro-
fessionals are invited.
Technical Professionals
for Technion Execut;--c!
Committee members
Shlomo Carmi, Greenbauni,
Israel Salei, Haim Schlick
and Tichkoff.
For information, call the
Technion office, 559-5190.

* * *

Young Adults for Technion to Gather

Technion 2000, the
newly-formed young adult
division of the American
Technion Society, will hold
its next informational meet-
ing 8 p.m. Thursday in the
board room of the United
Hebrew Schools.
Guest speaker will be Col.
Gabriel (Gabi) Shamir, an
Israeli liaison officer now
stationed in Warren with
the U.S. Army Tank-
Automotive Command. Col.
Shamir, a 1968 mechanical
engineering graduate of the
Technion and an expert in
Israeli army ordnance, has
served in various liaison
positions around the world.
He will introduce Tech-
nion 2000 guests, via a spe-

discussion on Israel's de-
fense industry.
A recently-formed
Technion 2000 executive
committee includes
Gerald Brody, James
Deutchman, Sharon L.
Edelman, Evan Miller,
Fred Newman and James
Safran. The meeting, and
membership in Technion
2000, is open to all young
Jewish adults interested
in learning more about
the Technion and Israel.
Refreshments will be
served. There is no charge.
For information, call the
Technion office, 559-5190.

COL. SHAMIR

cial film, to the Merkava,
Israel's new battle tank,
and also lead an informal

51—MISCELLANEOUS

545-4913

PLUMBING REPAIR

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING
559-7398

RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING

CALL THE






Call Garry Weinberg
823-6132 or 356-0445

MAYER GLUZMAN
Piano Tuning

Installation & Service

(Deadbolts installed)

BUSINESS CARDS

Interior-Exterior
Quality Work
Free Estimates

Call 24 hrs.

Service



WEINBERG PAINTING

WALLS PLUS

Wallcovering & Painting
Reasonable. Dependable.
References.

LOCKS

Salee\

40

40—BUSINESS CARDS

Defer not what thou in-
tendest to give.

Maazel to Conduct French Orchestra Here

Conductor- Lorin Maazel
will be on the podium to di-
rect the French National
Orchestra when it appears
under the auspices of the
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra 8:30 p.m. Monday at
Ford Auditorium.

Blood Donations
Are Requested

The American Red Cross
has made an appeal for
blood donations. Blood can
be donated by anyone be-
tween the ages of 17 and 65
in good general health. (Pa-
rental permission is needed
for 17 year olds.)
Donations are accepted at
the Oak Park Donor Center,
25900 Greenfield, 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Monday and Friday,
2-8 p.m. Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday; and 9
a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. For
an appointment, call the
Red Cross, 968-2255.
A bloodmobile will be at
Oak Park High School 9
a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday. For
an appointment, call the
Red Cross, 548-0209.

55



Born in Neuilly, France,
the son of American par-'
ents, Maazel was raised in
Pittsburgh, Pa., where his
father was a violinist with
the Pittsburgh Symphony
Orchestra.
He gave violin concerts at
age 9 and conducted the
NBC Orchestra, upon spe-
cial invitation of Arturo
Toscanini, when he was 11.
Maazel has conducthd
all the major orchestras
in the U.S., Canada,
Europe, Australia, South
America, Japan and the
Soviet Union. At the end
of this season, he will re-
tire from his post as con-
ductor of the Cleveland

* *

Symphony Orchestra, a
post he has held for the
past 10 years.
In September 1982,
Maazel will become director
general of the Vienna State
Opera. He will be the first
American to hold this posi-
tion.
Among his recent honors
are the Legion d'Honneur,
presented to him by the
French government on his
51st birthday "for his con-
tribution to the musical life
in France." He also is an
honorary member of the Is-
raeli Philharmonic Or-
chestra. He conducted the
orchestra's 40th anniver-
sary concert in 1976.

*

ART FOR SALE

ART COLLECTION
FOR SALE

Museum framed. Market

value unframed — $21,000.
Works include 3 originals, (2)
by Guilherme, (1) by Alvar.
Also 11 lithographs by Rothe
& Dali. Best offer.

851-6713

CONDUCTOR LORIN MAAZEL

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