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August 19, 1983 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40



BUSINESS CARDS

Removal of all types of
Wallpaper

LEO'S PLUMBING
& SEWER SERVICE

ARNOLD GOLDIN

Free Estimates
Full line of plumbing.
No job too small.

INSURED

356-0499

Call LEO

MASON RY

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

Kirby Const.

363-9714
ALL ROOF LEAKS STOPPED

New roofs. Seamless Gutters.
Siding. Vents. Flashings. Drip
Ledge. Valleys.
Guaranteed. Free Estimates.
Licensed.

532-5168
KENT THE HANDYMAN
CALL 542-3325
Days - Eves.
Free Estimates

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

IF YOU NEED

Plugs or switches changed;
Pictures or fixtures hung;
Dripping faucets fixed;
Keys or a lock changed;
or closet shelves, etc.

CALL HERB SCHLESINGER

557-3780

HOT ROOFING

COMMERCIAL
WATERPROOFING BASEMENTS
Save $$$

Free Estimates

Work Guaranteed
Mr. Oilman Licensed Contractor

883-3939
FINEST CUSTOM
PAINTING

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

Sales

LICENSED & INSURED

CARPENTRY

.

BY RON COHEN

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

Very Reasonable.
Professional. De-
pendable. Over 15
Yrs. Serving This
Community.

Call 661-4576

BRAD CARTER
CARPENTER
Specializing in:

All work guaranteed
Licensed
Very Reasonable

Call HAROLD COHEN

BASEMENT
REC ROOMS

Air-conditioning,
heating & refrigeration.

Three generations of good
prices and good service.

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

BOB MENDELSON

Repair & Installation.

Senior Citizen Discount

661-5563

JOAB'S PLUMBING

Remodeling Repairs
Sewer Cleaning — Sump Pumps

Licensed — Insured

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

Reputable and Licensed

937-8374

Gutters

Quality Work
References

569-2407

LANDSCAPE

OF
GREATER
DETROIT

Free
Estimates

a

SERVICE

COMPLETE ELECTRICAL
SERVICE

PAINTING

SID FELDMAN
STUART WEISBLATT

I 398-5100 1

INTERIOR-EXTERIOR

7H E...9 Mile Rd. 7 Fern4e4

GARAGE DOORS
& ELECTRONIC
OPENERS
NEW INSTALLATIONS • 'SERVICE • REPAIRS

All types of electrical work
Licensed. Very reasonable.

• ALL MAKES
• ALL SIZES
• ALL STYLES

Free Estimates

Estimates. Insured.

552-7225

MICHAEL GOLDENBERG
PAINTER

Exterior & Interior

Free Estimates

541-2128

YOUNG
EXPERIENCED
PAINTER needs work. Lowest
prices, highest quality workman-
ship. Wallpapering, windows and
janitorial services. Free esti-
mates.

545-7049

VIOLINIST — Classical, Jewish,
Popular. $15 hour. 542-3359.

FREE ESTIMATES

355.2742

DELET

759-0400
ARTHUR CHAFETS

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL

GARAGE DOOR SERVICE

MOVING?

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

Local and
Long Distance

• Household
• Apartments
• Office

399.1724

LOU'S PLUMBING

Repairs & Alterations
Reasonable.

557-8688

Low Independent
Rates
Modern Equipment
Insurance

JULIUS ROSS

For a Free Estimate

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

Call ADVANCE
TRANSFER & STORAGE
528-2180

Licensed Master Plumber.

MOVING CO., INC.

357-2674

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

53,ENTERTAINMENT

Call 851-7420
AGS MOVERS

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

559-2585

ROOFING

C ompany

REFERENCES

FREE ESTIMATES

We buy and sell used pianos

626-0222

QUALITY WORK

Interior - Exterior
Exterior Specials
Ranches $195
Colonials 5295

Call anytime: 967-0824

S uperior electric

Licensed & Insured.
Fast reliable service.

- GEM HEATING &
AIR CONDITIONING

• Regulating
• Rebuilding
• Refinishing

Reasonable Rates

AIR CONDITIONING
& FURNACE SERVICE -
SALES & INSTALLATION

GIL RABIN
CUSTOM PAINTING

REUBENS PAINTING

European Trained Technician

Save $2.00 with this ad

Eves. 589-0682

552-0488

MAYER GLUZMAN

967-0195

362-2350

Free Estimates—References

COMPLETE
PIANO SERVICE

• Tuning

Low Local Rates.
Check our rates to Florida,
Arizona, and Israel.

Ranches $199-Colonials $299

642-0337

RAY'S LOCK WORKS

EXPERT MOVING
&. STORAGE INC.

Interior - Exterior
Exterior Specials

Exterior - Interior
Reasonable
Free Estimates

LOCKSMITH

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

422-9384

SAM CUSTOM PAINTING
DECORATING

851-2118

Deadbolts Installed
Free Estimates

353-3112

TOBIAS

J. Shevach

Auto - Home - Business

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

541-5720

Work on job myself

& S ELECTRIC SERVICE

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING
559-7398

TELEVISION
SERVICE

PAINTING
WALLPAPER HANGING

LOCKS

PHIL 728-0356

40—BUSINESS CARDS

352-0345

569-2407

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

BUSINESS CARDS

968-7482

Wood Staining

(Deadbolts installed)



557-8730

544-3118

Service

40

z

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 893-9667.

Our Classified Ads
Get Fast Results

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

And other Special Occasions.

273-6716

Clowns, juggling, magic,
music dance, Puppets,
balloon sculpture.

cAR-rooNS

CARICATURES
BY

JULIUS
293-1723

FOR ANY OCCASION

COLE PORTER, IRVING BERLIN

At your next party. Vintage
piano/vocal stylings in the
BOBBY SHORT manner.
Need a piano?I'll bring mine.

646-9531

Friday, August 19, 1983 69

Refusnik Hit with False
Drug Charge, U.S. Asserts

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department has
charged that Soviet
authorities have made a
false drug charge against an
imprisoned Soviet Jewish
refusnik.
State Department De-
puty Spokesman John
Hughes read a strong
statement last Friday in de-
fense of Lev Elbert, a 35-
year-old Kiev civil
engineer, who was con-
victed in May of evasion of
reserve military service.
Elbert has been refused
permission to emigrate to
Israel since 1976 because of
his military service during
1973-1975 which, according
to the Union of Councils of
Soviet Jews (UCSJ), was
spent mostly digging
ditches.
In early July, while being
transferred to a new prison
camp, Elbert was accused of.-
having sewn a bag of hash-
ish into his undershirt and
was charged with "posses-
sion of drugs for personal
use," which carries a
three-year sentence. He was
placed in a cell for five days
and was transferred to an-
other cell after staging a
hunger strike. He was then
allowed to see his wife,
Inna, their 13-year-old son,
and his father.
In a related develop-
ment, a new study by the
World Jewish Congress'
Institute of Jewish Af-
fairs reveals that the
main reason for the num-
berical decline of Soviet
Jewry during the 1970',
apart from emigration,
was the dwindling size of
the Jewish family in the
Soviet Union.
Using statistics obtained
from the 1979 Soviet cen-
sus, the study concluded
that the contracting Jewish
family "reflects the aging
population and the low re-
production rate" in Russia.
The study was authored by
Dr. Lukasz Hirszowicz,

IDF Destroying
PLO Tunnels
in Lebanon

TEL AVIV (JTA) — As

part of the Israel govern-
ment's redeployment of its
troops in Lebanon, the Is-
rael Defense Force (IDF)
Tuesday began destroying
the extensive tunnel net-
work developed by the
Palestine Liberation
Organization (PLO) and
used for the storage of mili-
tary equipment.
The IDF began work in
the Damour area south of
Beirut using hundreds of
tons of high explosives to
blow up the storage tunnels.
The extensive network of
tunnels, dug into hillsides
off the main road from Be-
irut southward, was dis-
covered as the Israeli forces
advanced north during the
initial stages of the fighting
in Lebanon last summer.
The tunnels were packed
with explosives, arms and
ammunition, and in some
cases, Russian-made ve-
hides and artillery pieces.

senior research officer at
the institute.
Meanwhile, a Bar/Bat
Mitzva "twinning" program
for American Jewish chil-
dren and Jewish children in
the Soviet Union coordi-
nated by the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry
(NCSY), is being expanded
to include American Jewish
adults and their Soviet
counterparts, the NCSJ re-
ported.

* * *

Rosh Hashana
Cards Offered

The Detroit Soviet Jewry
Committee (DSJC) of the
Jewish Community Council
has prepared a Rosh
Hashana card which may be
sent to Soviet refusniks and
Jewish "prisoners of con-
science" in the Soviet
Union.
The cards, which contain
New Year's greetings both
in English and Rissian, are
available in limited quan-
tities from the DSJC, 962-
1880.

Begin Decision
on Law of Return
Protest Target

NEW YORK — The
movement of Mesorati
(Conservative) Judaism in
Israel has sent a letter to
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin protesting his inten-
tion to change -the Law of
Return to exclude from
recognition non-Orthodox
conversions to Judaism,
even those made according
to halakhic requirements.
The Mesorati movement
is allied with the United
Synagogue of America, the
congregational arm of the
Conservative movement in
North America.
The letter was sent in re-
sponse to a pledge made by
Prime Minister Begin re-
cently to the Agudath Israel
Orthodox religious faction
that he will "make every ef-
fort" to revise Israel's Law
of Return, which grants
automatic Israeli citizen-
ship to all Jews wishing to
settle in Israel.

Conference Idea
Nixed by Shamir

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, in talks with
Romanian officials on a
visit to Bucharest, has re-
jected Romanian advocacy
of an international confer-
ence on the Middle East, in
which both the Soviet
Union and the United
States would have key roles,
according to reports from
Bucharest received here
this week.
Shamir argued that the
ability of the Soviet Union
to make a contribution
toward resolving Mideast
problems was necessarily
restricted by its lack of dip-
lomatic ties with Israel. The
Soviet Union and all the
Eastern bloc states, except
Romania, broke conies with
Israel at the time of the
Six-Day War.

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