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68 Friday, March 2, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS







40

EMERGENCY
nee
FURNITURE
DOCTOR
Any Furnitufe Repair



Remodeling Repairs
Sewer Cleaning — Sump Pumps

Licensed — Insured

J. Shevach

851-2118

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING
559-7398

851-2550

24 hours
MOVING?

HOT ROOFING

Agent - Lyon Van Lines

Free Estimates
Work Guaranteed
Mr. Offman, licensed Contractor

Save $$$

588-7474

883-3939

EXPERT CARPENTER

Air-conditioning,
heating & refrigeration.

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

Repair & Installation.

BOB MENDELSON

541-5720

354-6473

Call after 4 p.m.

353-3112

• ALL MAKES

LOU'S PLUMBING
Repairs & Alterations
Reasonable.

• ALL SIZES

• ALL STYLES

.

Licensed Master Plumber.

r ir

FREE ESTIMATES

\355-2742

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL

GARAGE DOOR SERVICE

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.

MR. PLUMBER
"DOCTOR"

Sewer, drain, sump
pumps, heaters, dis-
posals, o _ r just plain
Drips CURED.

Master Plumber

559-2562

Ask For The Maven

* * * * * * * * * *

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

Call 661-4576

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 326-6995.

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

And other Special Occasions.

FREE Diagnosis
Cures Guaranteed

CARPENTRY

MISCELLANEOUS

Call 1-805-687-6000,
ext. C-3069

557-8688

Cures all
plumbing injuries.

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NEW CREDIT CARD!
Nobody refused!
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Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

NEW INSTALLATIONS • SERVICE • REPAIRS'.




51

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

GARAGE DOORS
& ELECTRONIC
OPENERS





& PAINTING
Interior - Exterior
Residential & Commercial
25 yrs. experience.
852-4699
398-2677
PAINTING
. Interior-Exterior
Wallpapering and Removal,
Free Estimates, Spring Dis-
count Specials. Reasonable.
Inexpensive Rates.
22 yrs. experience.
Neat, clean workmanship.
PASCHAL
PAINTING SERVICES
Call 534-5580 anytime

Call SPARKY, 855-3211

COMMERCIAL
WATERPROOFING BASEMENTS



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Custom Wiring — Repairs

Special Local Rates for
Senior Citizens

BY RON COHEN.
Custom
Formica
Work
Rec Rooms
Suspended Ceilings
Basement
Floors
Tiled
Closet Organizing
Misc. Repairs

352 0345
B & C DECORATING

ELECTRIC

EXPERT MOVING &
STORAGE, INC.
Local, Long Distance

RENT A MAVEN
Home and Appliance Repair
"Painting" and Remodeling
• For Less
Call 967-3559

BRAD CARTER
CARPENTER
Specializing in:
BASEMENT
REC ROOMS

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

CALL MARV KAY

DELET

Call the
TROUBLESHOOTER
Appliances &
Plumbing Repair
MICHAEL
398-8950
All Work Guaranteed

JOAB'S PLUMBING

Re-upholstering
Refinishing
Chair Caning
Our Speciality is
repairing, regluing &
re-upholstering
dining room chairs

Of
GARAGE DOoPs

40—BUSINESS CARDS

BUSINESS CARDS

BERNIE IS
BACK

273 6716

Fate of Soviet Jewry Tied
to Top Officials in Politburo

By DR. WILLIAM KOREY

(Editor's note: Dr.
Korey, who is the (Erec-
tor of policy research for
Bnai Brith International
and an expert on Soviet
policy, presented an
analysis of the change in
Soviet leadership and its
effect on the Jews in Rus-
sia in The Jewish News
Feb. 17, Page 1.)
NEW YORK (JTA) —
One member of the top
Soviet leadership who
merits special attention
with respect to the Jewish
question is Grigory
Romanov, the Leningrad
Communist Party boss.
Romanov catapulted into
international attention
when he delivered the prin-
cipal address on the an-
niversary of the Bolshevik
Revolution last November.
Relatively young (60
years of age) as compared
with the "Old Guard," he
has amassed years of ex-
perience in the Party appa-
ratus and is among the very
few holding a position in
both the Secretariat and
Politiburo. In addition, he is
said to have close links with
the military.
Romanov's views on
ideological and cultural
issues, as illustrated by
his published speeches
and articles, can be char-
acterized as rigid conser-
vatism with a strong
nationalist tinge. This
ideological outlook is
often perfectly conson-
ant with positions and ac-
tions he has taken on
Soviet Jewry.
According to a prominent

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

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CARTOONS
CARICATURES
BY

IT'S DE-LIMIT,
IT'S DE-LUXE,
IT'S DE-LOVELY.

JULIUS
293-1723

I will pray and sing the
great tunes from the 20s,
30s, 40s and provide my
own piano.

JEFF LINDAU
Piano/Song Stylist

646-9531 (after 6)

50—PERSONAL

RDR MY OCCASION

SPACE AGE
COMPUTER PICTURES
Taken of your guests at Bar
Mitzvas, weddings, promo-
tional parties, etc.
Call 863-7736 for info

54—CEMETERY LOTS

2 LOTS Adat Shalom, section D.
354-1338.

4( Specializing in foils, flocks,
4( grass cloth, cork, graphics,
4r vinyls, material, suede.
45

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LO-LA

The Jewish Community
Center will have a "Casino
Night" 8 p.m. March 17 at
the main Center complex in
West Bloomfield.
There is an admission

; E7-117

• Meet Congenial People FOH HIM FOR HER
• Make New Social Contacts
• Personalized

• Confidential
• Dignified
• Free Interview

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* Free Estimates

*

Insured-

Licensed

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*********

both in the past and the
present through
monopolistic control of
banking. The biblical
"chosen people" concept,
appropriately distorted,
is seen as the driving
force for Jewish eco-
nomic and political ag-
gression.
Last January, Neva car-
ried a Jew-baiting article,
in the form of a letter,
entitled "It Must Not Be
Kept Quiet." It demanded
that the Soviet press and
Soviet writers devote more
time to a "drastic exposure
concerning the counter-rev-
olutionary role played by
the Jewish bourgeoisie and
its agents, the Zionists, in
the years of the Civil War
and World War II; their
criminal connection with
the. Nazis and the Neo-
Nazis, the Mafia and the
Masons."
The article was attrib-
uted to one "Solomon Ver-
bitsky, historian." The
name is unknown to West-
ern specialists on Soviet
history. According to re-
ported letters of some refus-
niks, "Verbitsky" is none
other than Korneyev. This
is not unlikely. Some five
years ago, the Soviet
hatemonger wrote a vit-
riolic anti-Semitic booklet,
"The. Sword of David,"
under the Jewish
pseudonym, "Leo Korn."

The pamphlet, translated
into English, was widely
distributed at a Soviet space
exhibit held at the Ontario
Science Fair in Toronto.
Only after • Canadian
authorities complained
about the distribution of
hate literature did the
Soviet embassy withdraw
the booklet.

The
support
and
encouragement of Kor-
neyev is clearly the respon-
sibility of Grigory
Romanov. For the present,
Romanov remains a power-
full force.

Casino Night at Center;
Senior Adult Programs Set

JEWISH SINGLES

BERNIE
4c BENKOFF

• Custom Painting &
4( Wallpapering, Inc.

Soviet Jewish refusnik, Dr.
Mikhail Agursky,
Romanov, as the Leningrad
Party boss, was instrumen-
tal in organizing the in-
famous "Leningrad trials"
of 1970-1971 which had se-
verely sentenced Jews who
had sought to emigrate.
Agursky further notes that
Romanov is the only Soviet
leader to have publicly used
the phrase, "international
Zionism" which, in a Soviet
context, carries a provacat-
ory character.
The Leningrad media, no
doubt under Romanov's di-
rection, has been in the
forefront of the fight against
"Zionism," in the assault
upon Hebrew culture as al-
legedly subversive, and in
the advocacy of the sever-
ance of relations between
Soviet Jewry and Western
Jewry. A two-part series in
Leningradskaia Pravda, on
April 20-21, 1983, written
by B. Kravtsov, set the tone
for a national Soviet effort
which carried threatening
implications for Soviet
Jewry.
Iosif Begun, the leader of
the Jewish cultural move-
ment, was arrested last year
by the Leningrad KGB
while visiting Leningrad,
even though he lived near
Moscow and, therefore,
under ordinary circum-
stance, could not come
under Leningrad's jurisdic-
tion.
Equally disturbing, a
principal monthly cultural
journal of Leningrad, Neva,
has become a major organ of
vulgar anti-Semitic out-
pourings, often carrying the
diatribes of the most notori-
ous of official anti-Semites,
Lev Korneyev. Typical is a
long essay by Korneyev in
Neva May 1982 — "To
Whom Is This Profitable?"
—_which echoes the major
themes of the Protocols of
the Elders of Zion:
Jews are charged with
seeking or obtaining
domination of the world,

For brochure call — 356-0949

Or Write: Lo-La
P.O. Box 254
Lathrup, Village, MI 48076

charge, and refreshments
will be available. For in-
formation, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 219.
At the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch, George
Bingham of the Greater De-
troit Society for the Blind
will discuss "The Mechanics
of the Eye" at 10 a.m. Wed-
nesday at the Morris
Branch.
The program is part of
the Center's "Staying
Well" series for senior
adults. For information,
call the Morris Branch,
967-4030.
The Ask Your Agency
series for senior adults will
feature Elaine Friedman
and Carol. Rosenberg of the
Jewish Home for Aged at 1
p.m. March 9 in room 13 of
the Morris Branch. They
will describe the services of
the facility.
Admission is free, and all
senior adults are invited.

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