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January 07, 1983 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-07

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60 Friday, January 7, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1'C.

40 BUSINESS CARDS

ivfficmoval of all types of
Wallpaper
INSURED
-1.0 93

ARNOLD GOLDIN

356-0499

MASON RY

Brick, block, stone.
Waterproofing.
Free Estimates - Licensed.






Custom Trim
Awnings
Storms
Insulation

Free Estimates
No job too small

Licensed

INC.
542-2609

Reasonable — Free Estimates

References

ARTHUR CHAFETS

Furniture
finishing.
Prompt repair service.
Upholstering, weaving,
cabinet and carpet repair.

RICHARD HYMAN
Apple Construction
Company

399.1724_

Residential—Commercial
Repairs—New Construction
Doors—Locks
Snow Plowing

Repairs, Sales &
Installation

WALLPAPERING & REMOVAL
Painting
Excellent workmanship at
reasonable rates.

No job too big or small

557-7059

-

Free Estimates

Additions, kitchen, family rooms,
roofing, siding, bath, tile and
foyer. Replacement windows
and doors.

FRANK ANTHONY
4 76-3498

757 3429

-

HEATING

Air-conditioning, heating &
refrigeration.

Installation & Service

WHY PAY MORE?
CALL GLENN FOR
BEST DEAL

356-3191
Alan R. Sukenic,

BOB MENDELSON
541-5720

Licensed Contractor

Licensed Electrical Contractor.

PAINTING
EXPERIENCED

538-4835

PERSONAL INCOME TAXES

QUALITY WORK

All Types Work

REFERENCES

Kitchen cabinets. Repair-
ing - Staining - Refinish-
ing.
569-2407

ALLEN ZATKOFF

(Deadbolts installed)

Custom painting and wallpaper.
Whisking and stucco. Over 16
yrs. experience. Call for Free Es-
timate. Insured.

PHIL 728-0356

356-0318

DON CARTER

FINEST CUSTOM
PAINTING

Commercial &
Industrial Remodeling.

35 Yrs. Experience.
425-3609

* * * *

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30% OFF * *

ALL LABOR







CALL RON COHEN

661-4576

TELEVISION
SERVICE

968-7482

Psychic Tea Parties! Popular
Home Programs! Original Tarot
Cards, Tea Readings! Natal
Horoscopes!

Now Booking

(313) 982-7675

51

Carpentry
Electrical
Tile
Wallpaper
Sub-Floors

CALL

8

DENNIS

661-5775

000000000000



MISCELLANEOUS

ORIGINAL
OIL PORTRAITS

544-3118

• Rec Rooms
• Basement Floors Tiled
• Suspended Ceilings
Installed
• Closet Organizing
• Misc. Repairs
• Custom Formica Work
• References
Very Reasonable

Call HAROLD COHEN

50—PERSONAL

From your child's
photographs.

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

CARPENTRY

All work guaranteed
Licensed
Very Reasonable

Let Me Help You With
Your Home Repairs,
Painting, Plumbing, Elec-
trical, Window Repairs,
Ect.

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

Repair & Installation.

Service

559-0492
KENT THE HANDYMAN
CALL 542-3325
Days - Eves.
Free Estimates

QUALITY HOME & OFFICE
REMODELING & REPAIRS

Free Estimates.

Sales

Several styles of hand let-
tering for special occa-
sions.

661-2770

EXPERIENCED CARPENTER

FEINBERG CARPET SERVICE

LOCKS

CALUGRAPHY
BY LAURA

967-1114

545.4913

Sonny
553-7089

255-0917

Antiquing, staining-& varnishing.

BE ENERGY WISE

Specialist
Reasonable

Complete
Chimney Service
Free Inspection

CHRISTOPHER A. JORDAN

CUSTOM KITCHEN CABINETS
Refinishing - Painting
Libraries and family rooms.

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

Quality work. Household movers
. . . offices, pianos and
appliances. Local and statewide.
Packaging.

Insured

CAM-FIELD,

-

AGS MOVERS

Chimney fires are danger-
ous. They can cause
damage to your chimney
even if they don't burn
your house down.

Ken Cameron

557 8730

398 3149
Guaranteed low prices.

• Seamless Gutters
• Porch Enclosures
• Replacement Windows
• Foam & Fiberglass

Free Estimates

363-9714_

LEO SIMKO'S

CHIMNEY SWEEP

ROOFING & SIDING

Kirby Const.

Sewer & Plumbing Service

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

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DOROTHY SILVERMAN
542-8512

53



ENTERTAINMENT

CARICATURES BY
JULIUS

For Parties
or Business

293-1723

A PIANO BAR

Army Radio: Israel's Top Station
Depends on Variety, Not Ads

By SIMON DRIVER

"University on the Air" of-
fers daily lectures for
soldiers and other students
participating in external
study courses. "Night
Birds" is a two-hour broad-
cast of music, starting at
midnight.
On Fridays and Holidays,
Ansky calls mothers who
send love, messages and a
record to their sons and
daughters serving in the
army. Galei Zahal's tele-
thon charity programs have
raised thousands of dollars
for good causes.
Over the years Galei
Zahal has proven to be a
training ground for Is-
rael's media. Top TV per-
sonalities like newsmen
Haim Yavin, Elimelekh
Ram and Dalia Mazor all
learned their craft at the
army station.
Galei Zahal was initiated
by Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion in 1951. The
station comes under the
control of the Educational
and Cultural Unit of the Is-
rael Defense Forces. During
the 1960's Yitzhak Livni, a
former director of the Israel
Broadcasting Authority,
developed the present for-
mat.
Galei Zahal's listeners
would probably be surprised
to see the large and shabby
converted Arab house in
Jaffa from which their favo-
rite programs originate.
The unlikely premises have
six studios, three of which
are equipped for stereo
broadcasts and a library of
43,000 records. Modest
facilities, but sufficient for

World Zionist Press Service

Galei Zahal, the radio
station of the Israel Defense
Forces, rules the broadcast-
ing waves. According to the
polls, its programs are the
country's most popular,
both with soldiers and civi-
lians, and it is the only sta-
tion in the West which is
army run but designed to
serve the entire population.
A recent survey carried
out by Israel's Pori Institute
showed that during 65 per-
cent of the day Galei Zahal
has more listeners than any
other competitor. Half of the
station staff consists of 18-
21-year-old military con-
scripts with limited broad-
casting experience. During
the war in Lebanon, most
people listened to the army
radio but thie station's
popularity, continues in
normal times and is not due
to emergency situations.
According to Zvika Shap-
ira, editor-in-chief of Galei
Zahal, an hour of pro-
gramming on his station
has to be produced on less
than a quarter of the budget
allocated to the Voice of Is-
rael, nationally run radio.
The station refuses to allow
advertising which would
greatly raise revenue but
would, in Shapira's opinion,
mar the quality of broad-
casts.
"Some people listen to
us because we are the
only station in Israel
without repetitive adver-
tising jingles," Shapira
explains. "But the es-
sence of our appeal is
that the content of our
broadcasts covers the
entire spectrum of radio
including music, news,
current affairs and talk
shows. We aim to blend
education with
entertainment."
The average Galei Zahal
listener is between 18 and
36 years old. While the
younger audience tends to
tune into stations that are
devoted to popular music,
the older sector of the popu-
lation prefers news and cur-
rent affairs, or classical
music.
Alex Ansky's "Seven-0-
Seven," a combination of
current events mingled
with musical interludes,
was rated as Israel's most
popular morning show.

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53—ENTERTAINMENT

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music. Call 893-9667.

FREDDY SHEYER Duo. $35
hour. 542-3359.

Paste in old label

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

And other Special Occasions.

NAME

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Please call 399-0079

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273-6716
Featuring the piano/vocal
Clowns,
juggling, magic,
stylings of Jeff Lindau.
music
dance,
Puppets,
One of the largest reper-
balloon
sculpture.
toires of tunes in the Metro.
ENRICH YOUR SIMCHA
area. From Gershwin to
(Happy Occasion)
Billy Joel.
Need a piano? I'll bring With a melodious, dynamic Is-
raeli, English & Yiddish Folk
mine.

646-9531

the adept and hard-working
staff.
The station's most crippl-
ing limitation is its lack of ,
antennae. There are seven
located around Israel, only
one of which in the Tel Aviv
area is capable of broadcast-
ing in stereo. But more im-
portantly, four additional
antennae are needed if some
of the more sparsely popu
lated areas of Israel are to
hear Galei Zahal
adequately.
Reception is poor in the
Hadera area, Jordan Val-
ley, Upper Galilee and
Northern Negev. Shapira,,
is optimistic that he call
persuade the army to
provide these facilities.
This year's Galei Zahal
budget was cut by 12 per-
cent. But Shapira warns his
competitors that Galei
Zahal;- having apparently
found the formula for _
maximum listening appeal,
intends to keep its number
one ranking in Israel radio.

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