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September 17, 1982 - Image 124

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-17

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124 Friday, September 17, 1982

40—BUSINESS CARDS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

CALL JOEL

PROFESSIONAL LOCKSMITH
RUBEN YASHINSKY
All type locks and service.
Home - Office - Commercial
548-4473

For Your
Locksmith Needs

Reasonable Rates

399-2320
ATTENTION:

Kerr's complete mainte-
nance and cleaning serv-
ices.

40—BUSINESS CARDS

ENGBARTH BROS.

PAINTING &
DECORATING
Work on Jobs Ourselves
Free Estimates
399-8623
399-6247

GARY TEMOR

LOCKS

Custom Painting & Decorating
Interior-Exterior
Wallpapering

Seryi ce

Sales

(Deadbolts installed)

Free Estimates

542-4260
CATERING

Serving all occasion parties. In
your home, office or banquet hall.
Excellent service, excellent
references.

Call 569-2465

Free Estimates

Call anytime 855-3729

PHIL 728-0356
CUSTOM KITCHEN CABINETS
Refinishing - Painting
Libraries and family rooms.

QUALITY HOME & OFFICE
REMODELING & REPAIRS

Additions, kitchen, family
rooms, roofing, siding,
concrete work with decks.
Replacement windows
and doors.

Antiquing, staining & varnishing.

Reasonable — Free Estimates
References

967-1114

KENT THE HANDYMAN

FRANK ANTHONY
476-3498

Call Day or Eve.

542-3325

ALEX STRIM

All Small Home Repairs.
Repair Windows, Faucets,
Outlets, Painting.

Painting & Decorating
Reasonable Price.
Free Estimate. References.

Free Estimates

1

ATTENTION
HOME OWNERS

(Insurance Claims Welcome)

PAINTING

STEVE

Meir & Sons Bldrs.

Call anytime

477-1582

ROOFING and
SIDING

Any 3 rooms from $185.

PRIDE IN WORK ETHICS

Exterior

23 Yrs. Experience.
References.
Painting
Dave 255-9395

Ranch from $199
Colonial from $299

CARPENTRY

Rough & Finish
Save $$$$
On finished basements
and decks.

ENERGY CONSERVATION

Caulking of Windows and
Doors. Insulation, Weather
Stripping. Broken Glass
Replacements.

Licensed & Insured.
FREE ESTIMATES
545-1073

GARAGE DOORS
& ELECTRONIC
OPENERS

CARPENTRY WORK
By An Experienced Carpenter

NEW INSTALLATIONS • SERVICE • REPAIRS

Alterations, installing locks, un-
dercutting doors. Building Suk-
kahs. Miscellaneous repairs.

• ALL MAKES

• ALL SIZES

• ALL STYLES

G.s.G7Doo.s

557-5079

ROOFING
New & Repair
shingle replacement.

Kerr's will haul for free -
wood furniture, small
appliances, clothes, TV,
toys, dishes, etc.

ANY REPAIR
OR MAINTENANCE

542-4260
RENT A MAVEN

New & Repair.

Plumbing,
_ electric, etc.
Reasonable labor Prices
We Need Your Work

Home and Appliance Repair
"Painting" and Remodeling
For Less

Discount to
Senior Citizens
559-6130 Mon.-Fri. 9-5
Eves. 247-5736

To our friends
& Customers

Residential or Commercial
Deal direct with applicator and
save $$$.

ATTENTION:

VINYL FLOORING

Happy New Year

968-5354

Remodeling, additions, etc.

N

FREE ESTIMATES

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL

GARAGE DOOR SERVICE

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

UCENSED.81 INSURED

Call 967-3559

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING
559-7398

Ask For The Maven

HANDYMAN

JOAB'S PLUMBING

Journeyman Carpenter.
Light electrical, plumbing,
heat, misc.

Remodeling Repairs
Sewer Cleaning — Sump Pumps

Licensed — Insured

J. Shevach

851-2118

CARPET
TROUBLE?
• Restretching
• Seams
• Worn Stairs
• Burns
• Bad-Pad
Super savings on
new carpet. Most
brands and pad-
ding.

ALUMINUM
SIDING

• Custom Trim
• Seamless Gutters
• Roofing
• Replacement Windows

Licensed Builder
Insured

Days, Eves., Weekends
967-0754
John

RAY'S LOCK WORKS
Auto - Home - Business
7 days - 24 hours•

967-0195

Save $2.00 with this ad

MR. - FIX - IT
Complete Home

And Office Repair

Specialties:

Plumbing, Electrical,
Appliance Repair.
Courteous: Reasonable.

Barbara Berry and Sonny Raichlen, left, repre-
senting Detroit's Allied Jewish Campaign, presented
a check from this community to officials at the United
Jewish Appeal East Central Region meeting in Cleve-
land. Shown accepting the contribution are Robert
Loup, center, UJA chairman, and Akiva Lewinsky,
Jewish Agency Treasurer.

* * *

In answer to the special
THE ONLY
Israel Emergency Fund and
MR-FIX-IT
1983 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, the Jewish Welfare
398-3983
Federation Women's Di-
BASEMENT WATERPROOFING
vision is hosting a combined
Poured walls our specialty.
section fund-raising meet-
ing Sept. 30 at the main
Licensed — Insured.
Jewish Community Center.
Excellent Guarantee.
The Kadima, Koach and
Experienced Professionals.
Lowest Prices. Estimates Hatikva sections will pre-
sent guest speaker
Over Phone.
Jonathan Livny, former at-
A C W INC.
torney general for the West
East Area
.
West Area Bank. The 12:30 p.m.
731-1367
666-1738 gathering is open to Cam-
paign contributors of $100
and over through the
PIANO TUNING-REPAIRS
Women's Division.
Chairman of the Kadima
Graduate of "Detroit
School for Piano Techni- section is Carol Krugel.
Bobbie Blitz and Penny
cians"
Blumenstein are associate

chairmen and Diane J.
Klein is adviser. Deena
Canvasser is section brief-
ing chairman.
Jan Hauser is chair-
man of the Koach section,
and Susan Alterman,
Barbara Goldman and
Evelyn, Silverman are
associate chairmen. Bar-
bara Stollman is adviser
and Margie Ansell is
briefing chairman.
Sharon Taylor is Hatikva
chairman and Harriet
Jacobson is associate
chairman. Susan Citrin is
adviser and Susie Pappas is
briefing chairman.
For information, contact
the Women's Division,
965-3939.

* * *

Reasonable Rates
Laurence Eisenberg

5345657
ASHPALT SEALING
& WOOD DECK
SEALING

Victor Louis
Call 477-2039

\355.2742

DELET

435-2173
Ask for Dave

"Rodgers does
it Right"

T.V. & V.C.R. REPAIR
Reasonable rates —
Fast service.

Combined Meeting
for 198.3 AJC-IEF

Best prices in town!

Call after 5

MIKE STEINCOLD

40—BUSINESS CARDS

1; L c .J.
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31;11;41 0, i; P ;10; 3

- FEINBERG
CARPETING

\ 398-3149.,

41

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 893-9667.

SENIOR citizen parties. Singing
guitarist, violinist. 542-3359.

Our Business Is
Helping you have FUN
Clowns, music, magic,
puppets, juggling and bal-
loon sculpture.

273-6716

CARICATURES BY
JULIUS

For Parties
Or Business

293-1723
MAGIC

is a tricky business. Mark St.
John does the magic for ban-
quets, bar mitzvahs and wed-
dings.

254-1146

FIND IT

L

IN THE

Amu

Shown at the first workers' training rally for the
1983 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
are, seated: training chairmen Ruth Broder and
Michael Feldman. Standing is guest speaker Rabbi
Herbert Friedman. A second training session will be
held 7 p.m. Thursday at United Hebrew Schools.

A Black Newspaper Hails
Zaire-Israel Diplomatic Ties

Editorial from
the Chicago Defender

other African states will fol-
low Zaire's example.
Israel offers a healthy
image of pride, ingenuity,
determination and cour-
age. Out of a bed of rocks,
the Israelis built a home
state and peopled it with
men and women who are
spilling their blood to
preserve their indepen-
dence and perpetuate
their identity.
Black Africa, which is no
longer saddled with back-
breaking colonialism, can
learn much from the Is-
raelis who went thousands
of years without a represen-
tative government.

President Sese Seko
Mobutu of Zaire has ex-
pressed his intention to re-
sume diplomatic relations
with Israel. There never
was a rational basis for the
suspension of amity. Rich
Arab states inspired it by
promising $4 billion in aid
to Africa in 1973. A promise
that was never kept.
Many African students in
medicine, dentistry, ag-
riculture, plant ecology,
e'conomics and animal hus-
bandry were trained in Is-
raeli universities and
technological schools on
scholarships provided by
the Jewish government.
In general, mankind,
The Zaire announce- since the improvement of
ment represents a break- cookery, eat twice as much
through in Israel relations as nature requires.
with black Africa. No doubt
—Franklin

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