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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

PAINTING
WALLPAPER HANGING

Three generations of good
prices and good service.

Work on job myself

661-5563

40



BUSINESS CARDS

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

- 357-0119

JULIUS ROSS

EXPERT CARPENTER

MOVING CO., INC.

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

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

354-6473

357-9R74

MIKE HOLLANDS

Air-conditioning, heating &
refrigeration.

CUSTOM PAINTING

Repair & Installation.

Interior - Exterior

BOB MENDELSON
541-5720

Phone 546-5029

FINEST CUSTOM
PAINTING

Drywall and plaster repairs.
Wallpaper removal. Wall wash-
ing. Work myself at competitive
prices. For details call eves.

544-3118

ROOFING

New & Repairs -
Gutters, Vents, Siding & Trim
Save $$$
Free Estimates
Work Guaranteed
Mr. Qffman

883-3939

ROOFING

SIDING & TRIM
GUTTERS & STORMS

Winter rates in effect.
Licensed-- Work Guaran-
teed.

For free estimate call

KEN CAMERON

542-2609

JERRY ZABEL
ELECTRIC CO.

Licensed Electrical Contractor
Residential and
Commercial Wiring
17 years experience
Specializing in Custom
Contemporary Lighting

"INSTALLED WITH NO DAMAGE"

851-7624

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

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING
559-7398

WALL WASHING

(By Machine)

We clean dirt cheap
Special discounts to senior citizens,
retirees and disabled.
Insured
WELLS

366-5322

9emoval of all types of
Wallpaper
INSURED

ARNOLD GOLDIN

356-0499

HONEST ABE

CUSTOM PAINTING SINCE 1951
Exterior - Interior and
Stained Wood Refinishing

Licensed and Insured
Free Estimates

552-9659

BRAD CARTER
CARPENTER
Specializing in:
BASEMENT
REC ROOMS
352-0345

53—ENTERTAINMENT

FREDDY SHEYER Trio. Rea-
sonable. 968-5449. '

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. 272-7586.

DJ

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

Call GORDON ENTERTAINMENT

569-0355

ENRICH YOUR SIMCHA

(Happy Occasion)

With a dynamic, melodi-
ous Israeli-English
folksinger & guitarist.

Please call now for special rates.

399-0079

PIANO ENTERTAINMENT
Having a Holiday Party?

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



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

K. KENT

Free Estimates

474-8953

Call MIKE BEZ
626-8429
682-6385

COLE PORTER, IRVING
BERLIN, GEORGE GER-
SHWIN at your next party.
Sophisticated piano enter-
tainment for all occasions.
Need a piano? I'll bring
mine.

Call JEFF
646-9531

TOBIAS

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

Friday, December 18, 1981 15

Abu - Eain Extradited to Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Abu - Eain, who had been
Department
deputy
Ziad Abu - Eain, a 22-year- living with relatives in spokesman Alan Romberg
old West Bank resident ac- Chicago when he was ar- quoted Clark as saying that
cused of participation in a rested, lost a series of appe- for the Senate to seek to
bombing which killed two als against extradition. On "influence" the Depart-
boys and injured 36 other Oct. 13, the U.S. Supreme ment's decision is "as im-
persons in Tiberias in 1979, Court declined to review his proper" as it would have
was formally extradited to case, letting stand a lower been to try to influence the
Israel over the weekend.
court's ruling that extradi- case when it came before the
Deputy Secretary of State tion was permissable. This Supreme Court. Clark made
William Clark, who had left the final decision in the that statement in a letter to
been studying the legal as- case to the State Depart- Senate Majority Leader
pects of Israel's extradition ment.
Howard Baker (R-Tenn.)
request, signed the surren-
Abu - Eain, a resident of after Quayle introduced his
der warrant.
Ramallah, was supported resolution.
American authorities in by Arab - American groups
In Israel, meanwhile,
Chicago, whe're Abu - Eain and others friendly to the Supreme Court Justice
has been held in prison Palestinian cause. Arab Miriam Ben - Porat issued a
since his arrest by the FBI ambassadors in the U.S. temporary injunction
in August, 1979, turned him made representations to the against the Military Gov-
over to Israel officials. The State Department on his ernment on the West Bank
extradition is the first since behalf. Israel pressed vigor- barring it from demolishing
Israel and the U.S. signed ously for extradition.
or sealing off Abu - Eain's
an extradition treaty in
Detroit Congressman home in Ramallah. Ben -
1963.,
John Conyers and Porat acted on the appeal of
Clark said, in his writ- George W. Crockett op- the accused's father who
ten statement, "I have posed Abu - Eain's ex- feared the house would be
concluded that our treaty tradition, saying he was destroyed.
with Israel' and compel- mistreated by U.S. offi-
Israeli authorities re-
ling law require a conclu- cials.
cently blew up three houses
sion that Abu - Eain be
When it appeared that in Beit Sahour- and
extradited. We have been the State Department was Bethlehem because mem-
formally assured by the taking an inordinately long bers of the families owning
government of Israel that time to decide, Sen. Dan the houses were suspected
the crimes charged Quayle (R-Ind.) introduced of terrorist acts. The ban
against Abu - Eain — a sense of the Senate resolu- will remain in effect until
murder, attempted mur- tion last week urging im- Abu - Eain's trial ends.
der and causing bodily mediate extradition on
harm with aggravating grounds that the accused
A timid person is
intent — are common could be freed on Sunday on frightened before a danger;
criminal charges which a writ of habeas corpus. This a coward during the time;
will be tried in an ordi- drew a rebuke from the and a courageous person af-
nary civilian court."
State Department.
terward.

Detroiter Brought Italy to Jerusalem

By GINNY WALSH

ship he added an Italian
couple and an American
who is a seasoned restau-
rateur. He says, "I was
lucky, it was the right corn-
bination of people at the
right time." One of the re-
sults of this combination is
the first authentic home
made pasta in Jerusalem in
a restaurant that looks like
an Italian country pasta
house, complete with an Ita-
lian guitarist strumming in
the background.

Reputable and Licensed

JERUSALEM — Nick
Martin, born and raised in
937-8374
422-3764
Detroit, is a success story in
Israel. Following the old
D & S ELECTRIC SERVICE
tradition of immigration,
All types of electrical work
Nick arrived in Israel with
Licensed. Very reasonable.
$60 and a back-pack. He
was 19 at the time.
Free Estimates
Now, 15 years later he is
Call 851-7420
an owner of one • of
Jerusalem's most popular
MOVING & HAULING
Italian restaurants and the
developer of the antiquities
also
subsidiary of the Interna-
Complete
tional Diamond Corp. of San
Cleaning Services
Francisco. Similar to some
fortunate American immig-
835-0738
rants, Nick was able to
blend idealism and deter-
ACTIVE PAINTING
mination to end up with
Specializing in Fine Interiors
economic and spiritual ful-
Painting, wallpapering, texture ceilings.
fillment. He is the son of De-
All work guaranteed.
troiters Victor Martin and
Free Estimates.
Teddi Smokier, a graduate
Mike 569-2574 772-1986 of Detroit Country Day
School and a fomer member
CALLIGRAPHY
of Temple Emanu-El.
BY LAURA
When Nick arrived in Is-
Several styles of hand let- rael he went directly to a
tering for special occa- kibutz where he worked and
studied Hebrew before
sions.
doing his three-year army
661-2770
service. Afterwards, he
This Space
enrolled in a tour-guide
Reserved for
course. In order to be a
Your Ad
licensed tour guide in Israel
Call 424-8833
one must achieve a mastery
of ancient and modern his-
51—MISCELLANEOUS
tory, a history of the major
religions, archeology, geol-
ONE DAY SALE
ogy, etc.
Pinball Machines
The course is intensive
and includes 550 lecture
Slot Machines
hours and extensive
$200 Savings
travelling with academic
experts. For Nick, show-
9 am-9 pm
ing people the country
Sat., Dec. 19
was more pleasure than
work for him. He was
14241 Michigan Ave.
consistently meeting a
Dearborn
variety of people from all

NICK MARTIN

over the world, including
Sadat's entourage during
the Egyptian President's
break-through visit to Is-
rael in 1977.
The successful private
tour guides, who travel only
in Mercedes - Benz cars, are
notorious for the economic
advancement in Israel.
Nick moved from touring
the country to a significant
investment in Mama Mia,
an overwhelmingly-popular
restaurant in the center of
Jerusalem. Nick knew
nothing about the restau-
rant business — his closest
connection to food was hav-
ing a gourmet's apprecia-
tion of Italian cuisine.
He initiated the gather-
ing of his -future partners,'
which includes an Egyptian
friend who lived in Italy
long enough to consider it
home and whose cooking
has made Nick marvel for
years. He told her, "I have
the money and you know
how to cook. Let's put it to-
gether."
To thiS budding partner-

The other aspect of his
life began back in the
tour guide days. Nick met
the owners of the
diamond company on
their visit to Israel while
he was their tour guide.
By then he had become
an expert in antiquities.
He developed the sub-
sidiary with them and now
exports Greek, Roman, and
biblical antiquities to the
United States from Europe
and Israel.

Kreisky-PLO Rift Healed

VIENNA (JTA) — The have to send somebody
brief rift between Chancel- who is above any suspi-
lor Bruno Kreisky and
Palestine Liberation
also absolved the
Organization chief Yasir
: )onsibility for the
Arafat was healed when murder Vienna city coun-
Kreisky met unexpectedly cilman Heinz Nittel, a
with Arafat in Abu Dhabi friend of Israel, last May 1.
last week and the two men He said the gun that killed
shook hands in front of tele- Nittel was the same used to
vision cameras.
kill the PLO representative
Kreisky was on a visit to in Brussels, Naim Khader.
Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and
The chancellor said the
Qator for what he said were group responsible for the
mainly economic matters. murders was Al Asifa,
He has since returned from headed by Abu Nidal, which
the Persian Gulf states.
has threatened his own life
Strains developed be- and that of Arafat as well.
tween the chancellor and
Kreisky once more ad-
the PLO after the PLO monished Arafat for his re-
representative in Vienna, marks on the assassination
Ghazi Hussain, was ousted of Sadat.
for arms smuggling.
Kreisky was also angered
by Arafat's public jubilation Jewish View
over the assassination of
NEW YORK (JTA) — A
President Anwar Sadat in new outreach program to
October.
educate non-Jewish stu-
But he told reporters dents in Buffalo public
after meeting with Arafat schools and Christian reli-
that he had no objections gious schools about aspects
to the PLO sending a new of. Judaism has been
representative to Vienna, pioneered by the Bureau of
though he added, "They Jewish Education.

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