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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-04

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68 Friday, March 4, 1983

40—BUSINESS CARDS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

GUTTER CLEANING
From $25.00
And
CUSTOM WOOD MAIL BOXES

PROFESSIONAL
DRESSMAKER

T.V. & V.C.R. REPAIR

Reasonable-rates-
Fast service.

Call VICTOR LOUIS

477-2039

Days, Eves., Weekends

REUBENS PAINTING
Interior - Exterior
Exterior Specials
Rucks $195
Colonials

967-0754

$205

FREE ESTIMATES

559.2585
_
"EXCITING LIGHTING"

Specializing in recessed,
track and security lighting.
Licensed Electrician

Call Wally at 569-3572
EXPERT CARPENTER

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

John

BASEMENT WATERPROOFING

Poured walls our specialty.
Licensed — Insured.
Excellent Guarantee.
Experienced Professionals.
Lowest Prices. Estimates
Over Phone.

A C W INC.

East Area

West Area

731-1367
666-1738
GARAGE DOORS
& ELECTRONIC
OPENERS
NEW INSTALLATIONS • SERVICE • REPAIRS

• ALL MAKES
• ALL SIZES
• ALL STYLES

354-6473

0: 'OR,

ALEX STRIM

FREE ESTIMATES

355.2742

DELET

Call anytime
968-5354

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL

GARAGE DOOR SERVICE

H & A HEATING

STARLITE
CARPET CLEANERS

SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS
Licensed Contractor.
Reasonable Rates

STEAM CLEANING
_SPECIAL.
Living Room/Hall up to
250 sq. ft., $25.

SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT
537-1262
537-2349

Call SEYMOUR RUBENSTEIN
357-3960
645-0849

Remodeling Repairs
Sewer Cleaning — Sump Pumps

PAINTING
WALLPAPER HANGING
Three generations of good
prices and good service.

J. Shevach

681-5583

S uperior aciric

C ompany

k ;:t )

a

SI IVICI

COMPLETE ELECTRICAL
SERVICE

398-5100

I

711 E. 8 Milo Rd. - Ferndale

ATTENTION
•ALL HOME OWNERS

Now you can finish
those needed home
repairs or remodeling
projects. During these
slow times we are of-
fering the lowest
prices ever. Our
guaranteed quality
workmanship has not
changed. We ap-
preciate all your work.

Call anytime

RICHARD M. HYMAN

557-7039

JOAB'S PLUMBING

Licensed — Insured

851-2118

CHIMNEYS

LOCKSMITH

RAY'S LOCK WORKS

Auto - Home - Business

7 days - 24 hours

SW FELDMAN
STUART WEISBLATT

I

10%

Brick Restoration.
Rebuilt-Repaired-New.
Tuck pointing, flashings,
cleaned and screened. All
work guaranteed. Free Es-
timates.
Licensed and Insured.
532-5168

Work on job myself

Free
Estimates

PANTS & SLACKS $2.50
PLAIN HEMS $2.50
All other alterations for
men and women reason-
able.

Call for appointment.
345-6878

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

LICENSED & INSURED

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING
559-7398

QUALITY HOME & OFFICE
REMODELING & REPAIRS

10% Discount
thru March 18

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

FRANK ANTHONY
476-3498

53—ENTERTAINMENT

Painting & Decorating
Reasonable Price.
Free Estimate. References.

OF
GREATER
DETROIT

40—BUSINESS CARDS

967-0195
Save $2.00 with this ad

THERE REALLY IS •
A DIFFERENCE
I GUARANTEE
100% SATISFACTION

DAVE BENKOFF

Painting & Wallpapering, Inc.

Will Hang Any Roll of
Wallpaper For $10"

1 week only

Offer expires March 11

You Will Be Satisfied

Call 358-5038
For an appointment TODAY

(minimum charge 10 rolls)

FREDDY SHEYER Trio. Linda's
magic violin. $4.00 hour. 542-
3359.

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 893-9667.

CARTOONS
CARICATURES
BY

JULIUS
2q3- 1723

FOR ANY OCCASION

Beirut Inquiry
Has Slight Effect
on Likud: Polls

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
public opinion poll con-
ducted immediately after
release of the report of the
commission of inquiry into
the Beirut refugee camps
massacre showed that
Likud would continue to
hold a substantial lead over
the Labor Alignment if elec-
tions were held now.
The poll, commissioned
by the Jerusalem Post, said
the Likud would win 58
Knesset seats, up one seat
from a similar poll con-
ducted last month and only
three short of a parliamen-
tary majority. The latest
poll gave Labor 40 seats, up
one from the January poll.
A poll conducted by a
different organization how-
ever, showed a drop in
Likud's popularity from 57
seats in January to 55 in
February. According to that
poll, the Labor Alignment
would win 44 Knesset seats
this month compared to 42 if
elections had been held last
month.

WJC to Attend
Uprising Event

NEW YORK — Declaring
it "unthinkable that in a
place drenched with Jewish
blood there should not be
Jews to bear witness and re-
cite Kadish," the World
Jewish Congress Governing
Board has decided "in prin-
ciple" that the WJC will
participate in the solemn
commemoration of the 40th
anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising to be held
in Warsaw in April.

Youth News

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES youth
age 8 and up will go to the
Great Get-Away arcade
Sunday, meeting at 12:30
p.m. at Ealy Elementary
School. Participants should
bring a dairy lunch. There is
a charge. For information,
call adviser Aron Weber-
man, 851-3118. -
Junior Congregation will
meet 9:45 a.m. Saturday at
the synagogue for Shabat
services. All youth are in-
vited.
* * *
BETH
SHALOM
Yachad-Yeladim will meet
noon March 13 at the syna-
gogue. Children will be met
at Avery School and walked
across the street to the syn-
agogue.
Luncheon will be served,
and parent assistance is
needed. There is a charge.
For reservations by Thurs-
day, call Heidi Press, ad-
viser, 352-6858, evenings
between 6 and 10 p.m.
* * *
BNAI DAVID youth age
4-13 will go to the Shrine
Circus March 15, meeting
at 6:45 p.m. at the syna-
gogue. There is a charge.
Tickets are limited. For de-
tails, call the youth line,
557-8325.
Talit and Tefilin meets 9
a.m. every Sunday at the
synagogue for davening,
breakfast and bowling.
Shabat services for youth
age 4-13 are held 10 a.m.
every Saturday. Services
include traditional prayers,
songs, Torah study, stories
and a snack. Newcomers are
welcome.
* * *
BNAI
MOSHE
Rishonim (grades one-
three) will hold a roller-
skating party on Sunday,
meeting at 1:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. Drivers are re-
quired. There is a fee. For
reservations, call the syna-
gogue, 548-9000; or Elissa
Driker, 369-9401, after 6
p.m.
Chalutzim (grades four-
six) will hold a movie party
in the youth lounge 1:30
p.m. Sunday. There is a fee.
Reservations are required.
Call the synagogue, 548-
9000; or Barb Ravitz, 542-
6968, after 6 p.m., for reser-
vations.
Senior United Synagogue
Youth will hold a roller-
skating party Sunday,
meeting at the synagogue at
2 p.m. There is a fee. Drivers
are required. For reserva-
tions or information, call
the synagogue, 548-9000; or
Adam Gottlieb, 352-2351,
after 6 p.m. USY will also
hold a general meeting
March 20 at 2:30 p.m. in the
youth lounge. All youth are
invited.
The Bnai Moshe Youth
Department will go to the
Shrine Circus on March
13, meeting at the syna-
gogue at 12:15 p.m. For
ticket reservations and
information, call the syn-
agogue office or Walter
Rosenblum, 352-2307,
after 6 p.m.
Shabat services are held

for all youth at 10 a.m.
every Shabat.

* * *

ICHUD HABONIM
counselors will meet 2 p.m.
Sunday in the moadon in
the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center to plan the rest
of the year's activities.
There will be no dance
troupe practice.
For details, call Scott Et-
tinger, 356-6556; or Lisa
Tann, 643-0145.
* * *
SHAAREY ZEDEK
youth department will have
Shabat services 10:30 a.m.
Saturday. All children up to
grade six with March birth-
days will be honored with a

blessing and gift from Rabbi
Irwin Groner.
Junior Congregation
go to a Piston basketball
game Saturday, meeting at
the synagogue at 7:15 p.m.
Reservations are required. _
Youth services on March
12 will be canceled due to
Family Shabat.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a 1
youth minyan for boys and
girls age 6-11 at 10 a.m.
Saturday.
The Young Israel 613
Club for boys age 8-12 for
the study of 613 Mitzvot
(Sefer Hachinuch) will meet
at 4:50 p.m. Saturday.

BBYO Activities

Shalom Aviv BBG will
hold its annual gym and
swim program 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the main
Jewish Community Center.
All Jewish youth are in-
vited.
The second annual joint
program of the Great Lakes
AZA Council and the Met-
ropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith, Council will be held
9:30 a.m. Suriday at the
main United Hebrew
Schools building. The
theme of the program will
be "Alcohol Abuse: Is It a
Jewish Concern" and the
featured speaker will be
Gene Hadwiger of Counsel-
ing Associates. A continen-
tal breakfast will be pro-
vided, and there is a nomi-
nal charge. All members of
AZA, their parents and
members of Bnai Brith are
invited.
There will be no AZA
basketball or BBG vol-
leyball competition on Sun-
day, due to winter break at
the Oakland Community
College facility. Competi-
tion in both leagues will re-
sume on March 13. Beber
AZA leads Division I of AZA
basketball with a 4-1 record
while Goode and Wallen r
berg AZAs are tied for the
lead in Division II, also
with 4-1 records. Leading
scorers in the league are
Brian Benderoff of L'Chaim
AZA at 21.2, Gary Klinger
of Jolson AZA at 17.1 and
Bill Narens of Wallenberg
AZA at 16.1.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council will hold its next
meeting 7 p.m. Monday at
the Bnai Brith Building.
Applications for coor-
dinator of the Machon
program in June are due
at the meeting.
BBYO will sponsor a trip
to visit the Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of
Michigan March 17. The
program is open to all AZA
and BBG seniors and will
include a tour of camplth, in-
formation on Jewish life on
campus and a kosher lunch.
A chartered bus will leave
the BBYO office at 8:30 a.m.
Reservations are necessary.
For reservations, call the
BBYO office, 552-8260.
Michigan Region BBYO
will sponsor a "Night at the

Pistons" March 20, to
attend the game against the .
Philadelphia '76ers which
will begin at 7:05 p.m.
Half-price tickets are avail-
able at the BBYO office for
all AZA and BBG members ,
and family until March 11:-
There is no limit on the
number of tickets that can
be purchased.
The annual BBYO Ad-
viser Recognition Night
will take place 8 p.m._
March,21 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. The evening
is sponsored by the Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's
Councils of Metropolitan
Detroit in order to recog-
nize adult volunteers
who serve AZA and BBG
chapters throughout the
year. Coordinators for
the program are Felissa
Burns and Andy Kollin
for BBG and AZA, Sha-
ron Lebovic and Robert
Leichtman from the BBW
and BB Councils, and
Helene Goldenberg,
liaison- from the BBYO'
board of directors.
Gen. Maurice Rose
AZA announces its first
annual semi-formal spring
dance will be held 8 p.m.
March 26 at Southfield-
Lathrup High School. There -
is an admission charge. The
dance will feature disc jock-
ey Marvelous Mary of radio
station WGPR who will
provide the music. The eve-
ning will be highlighted by
prizes and dance contests.
For information, contact
David Saltzman, 548-1653;
or Jeff Katzan, 399-8040.

Library Obtains
Stravinsky Score

JERUSALEM

Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek has donated the 34-
page,. handwritten original
manuscript of
Igor
Stravinsky's "Abraham and
Isaac" to the Jewish Na-
tional and University Li-
brary at Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Commissioned by the Is-
rael Festival in 1962, the
Stravinsky ballad was first
performed in Jerusalem in
1964. The manuscript is
valued at $40,000.

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