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Friday, June 10, 1983 61

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

LANDSCAPE

Design & construction.
Quality plant material.
Decks, patios. Refer-
ences. Insured.
552-7225

GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS
New installation or repair
Flashing repairs
Free Estimates

546-5029

MORREY

968-3949

Free Estimates

By degreed professional. Pro-
gramming personal and home
computers. Any application.

Will Hang Any Roll of
Wallpaper - For $10°°

Reasonable rates.

1 Month

Includes: Service call, labor,
most parts.
6 month guarantee

(minimum charge 10 rolls)

References

ALUMINUM
GUTTERS
& ROOFING

,1=4. 1.100.S

Call Wally at 569-3572

BY

— QUALITY WORK

D & S ELECTRIC SERVICE

All types of electrical work
Licensed. Very reasonable.
Free Estimates

Call 851-7420
AGS MOVERS

Quality work Household, Offices,
Pianos and Appliances. Local
and State wide packaging. Free

DELET

LOU'S PLUMBING
Repairs & Alterations
Reasonable.

Licensed Master Plumber.

557-8688
FENCE—CHAINUNK
Industrial-Commercial-Residential
Reasonable Rates
Insured
585-4827

Free Estimates

HUNTINGTON WOODS
399-1233

RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL

GARAGE DOOR SERVICE

CHIMNEYS

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN

Recessed lighting. Security light-
ing, etc.
Professional Work
All types done.
Reasonable.

476-4416

JOAB'S PLUMBING

Remodeling Repairs
Sewer Cleaning — Sump Pumps

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

J. Shevach

Quality work. Reasonable Rates.
Free Estimates. Specializing in
old style craftsmanship.

851-2118

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4(

BERNIE IS
BACK

BERNIE
BENKOFF

Custom Painting &
4 Wallpapering, Inc.

Michael Layne

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4 Specializing in foils, flocks, *

* grass cloth, cork, graphics,
* vinyls, material, suede.
*
4(

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* Free Estimates *
Insured— *
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Licensed
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353-0030
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John

582-3979

ROOFING
All phases of roofing.
Leaks found and repaired.
Work guaranteed. Free
estimates.
John -
582-3979

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345-4365

SPACE AGE
COMPUTER PICTURES

Taken of your guests at
Bar-Mitzvas, weddings,
promotional parties, etc.

PERSONAL

Golf partner wanted to
share cart with 57-year-
old beginner.

Call Harold
557-0821

Our Classified Ads
Get Fast Results

;

,f,

for info •

PIANO ENTERTAINMENT
Dancing—Sing-A-Long

Your summer garden party with a
piano bar.

The 1983 Allied Jewish Campaign was boosted by
a gift from the Jewish Community Center's Culture
Club. Campaigner Sherri Lumberg, left, accepted the
check from club president Charles Driker, center, and
treasurer Emanuel Ritten. The club, which meets at
the Center's Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch, makes an
annual contribution to the Campaign.

* * *

A photographic exhibit of
refusnik Jews by Bill Aron
is on display through June
20 in the Allen Lounge of
the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
The exhibit was brought
here by the Detroit Soviet
Jewry Committee of the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.

(I'll bring mine!)

Reserve now.
646-9531

Summer
Recipes
Listed

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

Hot Dog Dish
1/2 cup finely chopped onion

/2 small - green pepper, chop-
ped
1/2 small red pepper, chopped
1 /2 clove minced garlic
3 tbsps. oil
1 can condensed tomato soup
2 tbsps. honey
2 tbsps. lemon juice
2 tsps. prepared mustard
1 lb. hot dogs
Brown onions and pepper in
oil in a large skillet. Mix re-
maining ingredients and pour
into fry pan. Add hot dogs and
simmer for 20 minutes. Serves
5.

1

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Tuna Barley
Salad Recipe

PAINTING
Exterior & Interior

Licensed — Insured

Estimates. Insured.

759-0400
ARTHUR CHAFETS
finishing.
Furniture
Prompt repair service.
Upholstering, weaving,
cabinet and carpet repair.
399-1724

Home Improvements

N355.2742

REFERENCES

INTERIOR-EXTERIOR -
Wood Staining
569-2407

L.J. RODGERS

FREE ESTIMATES

\

FLUTE and GUITAR
Play pop and classical.
Performing at Money
Tree. Available for Special
Occasions.

SEAMLESS

• ALL MAKES
• ALL SIZES
• ALL STYLES

PAINTING

FOR ANY OCCASION

"RODGERS DOES
IT RIGHT"

NEW INSTALLATIONS • SERVICE • REPAIRS

Specializing in recessed,
track and security lighting.
Licensed Electrician

JULIUS
293-1723

5474215

Sigmund

GARAGE DOORS
& ELECTRONIC
OPENERS

Reasonable — Free Estimates

CARTOONS
CARICATURES
BY

Call 863-7736

Home Repair Special
$74.95

Call 358-5038 -
For an appointment TODAY

Antiquing, staining & varnishing.

BIRTHDAY PARTIES
And other Special Occasions.
273-6716
Clowns, juggling, magic,
music dance, Puppets,
balloon sculpture.

TV

You Will Be Satisfied

Photo Exhibit at the Center;
Morris Branch Lists Events

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 893-9667.

559-2585

Offer expires June 30, 1983

K. KENT

FREDDY SHEYER. 3 piece or-
chestra. 542-3359.

541-2128
COMPUTER SERVICES

Painting & Wallpapering, Inc.

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

Eves. 352-5384

MICHAEL GOLDENBERG
PAINTER
Exterior & Interior

DAVE BENKOFF

Call after 4 p.m.

53—ENTERTAINMENT

626.0222

MICHAEL HOLLAND'S
CUSTOM PAINTING
Interior-Exterior
Free Estimates

I GUARANTEE
100% SATISFACTION

354-6473

967-1114
"EXCITING LIGHTING"

GEM HEATING &
AIR CONDITIONING

666-1738

THERE REALLY IS
A DIFFERENCE

House finishing. Complete re-
modeling, repairs or alterations.
Kitchen, den, basement, family
room, cabinets and bookshelves.
Formica work. Reasonable.

CUSTOM KITCHEN CABINETS
Refinishing - Painting
Libraries and family rooms.

Licensed & Insured.
Fast reliable service.

West Area

731-1367

66 1 -5563
EXPERT CARPENTER

474-8953

Custom duct work, electronic air
cleaners, power humidifiers and
energy saving flue-dampers.

A C W INC.

- Work on job myself
Senior Citizen Discount

Free Estimates

AIR CONDITIONING
& FURNACE SERVICE
SALES & INSTALLATION

BASEMENT WATERPROOFING

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

East Area

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

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

/4 cup barley
1 tsp. salt
4 cups boiling water
2 cups white tuna, drained
2 cups thin celery slices
1 small green pepper, diced
1/2 cup green onion diced
1 8-oz. carton (1 cup) 'plain
yogurt
2 tbsps. soy sauce
1 /8 tsp. garlic powder
1 /8 tsp. pepper
For garnish: 4 hard-boiled
eggs, 4 tomatoes.
Stir barley into salted boiling
water. Cover. Simmer for
about 1 hour or until tender,
stirring occasionally. Drain;
rinse with cold water and let it
cool. Add remaining ingre-
dients; toss. Chill. Serve on
lettuce with hard-boiled egg
and tomato wedges. Makes
about 8 servings.

3

John Paul Rosenberg is
the real name of Werner
Erhard.

Morris Branch
Member Plan

The Jewish Community
Center has instituted a new
affiliate membership for
residents using the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch in
Oak Park.
The JPM affiliate mem-
bership entitles members to
use all the facilities at the
JPM Branch, member rates
on classes at the JPM
Branch, member rates for
all Jewish Community Cen-
ter cultural activities, and
all JCC publications includ-
ing the monthly newsletter.
Robert Cohen, member-
ship chairman, reports that
the next 100 members will
receive a canvas tote bag
with the "JPM" logo on it.
For information, call the
Morris Branch, 967-4030.
The Center will offer spe-
cial summer swim days at
the main building on the
third Sunday of each month
during summer. The dates
are June 19, July 17, and
Aug. 21. Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch affiliate
members are welcome to
use the swimming pools,
gym, track, racquetball and
squash facilities at the main
building. Games and picnic
facilities are also available.
JPM summer swim day
hours are noon to 5 p.m.,
and a membership card
must be presented.
* * *

Tween Sock Hop
at the Branch

The Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Activities Committee of
the Jewish Community
Center announces the sec-
ond tween sock hop will be
held 7:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Morris Branch.
Sixth and seventh
graders are invited. Music, '
a disc jockey, dance con-
tests, prizes and refresh-
ments will highlight the

evening. Marlene Boesky is
chairman of this event.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the Morris
Branch, 967-4030.
* * *

Choral Group
Concert Slated

The Jewish Center
Choral Group will give its
annual concert 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch of the
Center.
Bernard Luchtan is
president of the group and
Louse Lazarus is choral di-
rector and soloist. Celia
D'zodin is pianist and ac-
companist. Hebrew, Yid-
dish, English and Spanish
songs will be on the pro-
gram.
There is a nominal fee
and tickets can be pur-
chased at the Center office
or at the door. Refreshments
will be served after the con-
cert.

* * *

Center Seniors_
Pursue Art Study,

Senior adults- at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center are able to
renew and/or develop their
talents in art with the help
of instructor, Harriet Gel-
fond.
Mrs. Gelfond has been
teaching art to senior adults
for 15 years and studied art
at Cass Tech and Wayne
State University.
The students are free to
choose any medium and are
encouraged to work at their
own pace.
The class meets on Mon-
days and Wednesdays from
a.m. to noon at the Morris
Branch. To register, call the
Center, 967-4030.

Czech Kosher
Kitchen Updated

LONDON — The Inter-
national Council of Jews
from Czechoslovakia re-
ports that the kosher com-
munal kitchen operated by
the Jewish community of
Prague has re-opened after
a $40,000 remodeling paid
for by the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Commit-
tee.

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