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March 01, 1985 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH, NEWS

Friday, March 1, 1985

40—BUSINESS CARDS

REMOVAL of all types of
wallpaper. Insured. Arnold Gol-

din. 356-0499.

HOT ROOFING. Commercial.
Waterproofing basements. Free
Estimates. Work guaranteed. Mr.
Offman, 883-3939.

40—BUSINESS CARDS

LICENSED Master Plumber. All
types of plumbing work. All work
guaranteed. Alex. 557-3799.

PAINTING, plaster repairs, wall
washing, wallpaper removing.
Experienced. Competitive, 544-
3118.
N

ARTHUR CHAFETS

All roof leaks stopped.

EXPERT FURNITURE
FINISHING

New roofs. Seamless

MOVING?

gutters. Vents, flash-

GIVE US A CALL

- UPHOLSTERING &
REPAIRS

NALIAN

Licensed and insured.
532-5168

399-1724

CARPENTRY WORK. Undercut
doors, install locks, alterations,
Formica. 557-5079.

541-5008

CARPENTRY
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by HOWARD GOLD

REUBEN'S

With a degree in build-

Winter Special

ing construction from
MSU.
in:
Experienced
Cabinets, shelving,
trim work, suspended
ceilings, decks and
repairs.
626-8054 f

2 ROOMS — $99

Free Estimates
Work Guaranteed

559.2585

50—PERSONAL

WANTED — 10 overweight
people who are sincere about
losing weight and have the cour-
age to make money. Joseph.
557-3187.

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ENTERTAINMENT

GYPSY violinist, guitar, drum,
voice. One man orchestra. Rea-
sonable. 661-2357.

7-
CARICAIUR5S„;

[ A & D PAINTING

Confused about
setting up your
new VCR???

Julius Chajes, composer and
conductor of the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra, died Feb. 24 at
age 74.
Born in Poland, Mr. Chajes
began studying the piano with his
mother at age 6. He composed and
performed his first piano recital
when he was nine and wrote his
first string quartet at age 13. In
1926, at age 15, he performed with
the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.
In 1933, he won the honor prize of
the city of Vienna for his piano
compositions.
He moved to pre-state Israel in
the 1930s and gained a reputation
as one of the foremost composers
of modern Israeli music.
In 1937, he came to the U.S. and
performed on radio for the
Columbia Network. He became
the director of music at the Jewish
Community Center in 1940 and
founded its symphony orchestra.
Later, he joined the piano faculty
of Wayne State University. He
has toured the U.S., Canada and

PERKINS MOVING CO.



CUSTOM PAINTING

CSO Conductor Chajes Dies

Careful, Fast, Low
Rates. Experienced in
moving home, office,
appliances and
pianos.

ings. Drip edge.

Also antiques
& accessories
Free estimates

OBITUARIES

LADIES & MENS minor altera-
tions. Hemming, zippers, taper-
ing, etc. Helene. Fast and rea-
sonable, 399-2715.

Jake Berson, a former Detroit
newspaper reporter and copy
editor, died Feb. 21 in Rancho
Palos Verdes, Calif. He was 74.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Berson
attended Northeastern High
School and Wayne State Univer-
sity. He worked for the Interna-
tional News Service and in 1932
joined the now defunct Detroit
Times as a sports reporter. He
worked there as a copy editor
until the paper closed in 1960.
During World War II he served in
the European theater.

Superb References

European
Craftsmanship &
Work Ethics

CALL PHIL AT
399-1883
SPECIALIZING IN VCR-TO-
CABLE T.Y. HOOK-UPS

POWFR"

296-6688

BILL PASCHAL PAINTING
AND
WALLPAPER SERVICES

293-172.3

Clark Family Players 1/4

BIRTHDAY
PARTIES
and other special oc-
casions
juggling,
Clowns,
magic, music, dance,
puppets, balloon
sculpture
Call Mary Ellen
273-6716

Reserved for

"WINTER SPECIALS"

Your Ad

Interior-Exterior
Reasonable - Insured

Call
354-6060

Free Estimates -
References

Call NOW 534-5580

QUAUTY
CUSTOM PAINTING
Residential & Commercial
Complete Painting Services
Plaster &
Drywall Repair
Wallpaper Removal

BOB MENDELSON

Heating, air condition-
ing, installation, repair
and refrigeration.

$25 service call.

Piano-Song Stylist
f2-9531 eves.

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- SPACE AGE
COMPUTER PICTURES

PLUMBING

Repairs & Alternations

Expert repairs automatic
washers and dryers. Dish-
washers. Kenmore and
Whirlpool our specialty.
Electic ranges & stoves.
Very reasonable.

Reasonable.

Licensed Master Plumber.

557-8688

Saul L. Kopman, former owner
of Kay-Dee Upholstering Co., died
Feb. 22 at age 90.
Born in St. Louis, Mo., Mr.
Kopman was the former owner of
the Washington Bowl. He was a
member of the Michigan Seniors
Association for 40 years and an
alumnus of Sigma Chi Fraternity.
He was a founding member,

in

NICE JEWISH BOY

LOU'S

357-0119

Dr. Robert David Isgut, a
pediatrician and allergist, died
Feb. 22 at age 60.
Born in Argentina, Dr. Isgut
was affiliated with Holy Cross,
Children's, South Macomb and
Beautmont Hospitals . He had

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He leaves his wife, Dorothy; two
sons, Gary and Robert; a daugh-
ter, Karen; five sisters, Mrs.
Louis (Jennie) Maskin, Mrs. Max
(Sarah) Bronstein, Mrs. Sol (Lil-
lian) Goldman, Mrs. Ellis (Ethel)
Goldberg of Boca Raton, Fla., and
Mrs. Louis (Betty) Kraus; and
four grandchildren.

past president and honorary life
member of Tam-O-Shanter Coun-
try Club and Temple Beth El.

He leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Herb (Babs) Kaufman; two
brothers, Joe an Ely; a sister, Mrs.
Sid (Bobbie) Dubinsky; six grand-
children and four great-grand-
children.

Pediatrician Dr. Isgut

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

Call 863-7736
for info

the Hannah Schloss Old Timers,
the Mosaic Lodge of the Masons
and the Temple Israel Men's Club.

Upholsterer Saul Kopman

JEFF LINDAU,

398-1053

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Joseph A. Sklar, a manufac-
turer's representative and an
industrial stapling equipment
distributor for 44 years, died Feb.
21 at age 80.
Born in Russia, Mr. Sklar grew
up in Detroit and remained an
area resident throughout his life.
In 1941, Mr. Sklar founded
• Sklar Staple and Supply Co. in
downtown Detroit. The business
moved to Southfield in 1973.
Mr. Sklar was affiliated with

You plan the party, I'll
bring my own piano
and hundreds of
tunes. Sing-a-long!
Dancing!
All Your Requests.

Free Estimates

354-3397

After the Times closed, Mr. Be-
rson went to the Grand Rapids
Press where he worked as a copy
editor. He later worked for the
Baltimore News-American. He
also worked briefly as a copy
editor for a newspaper run by the
family of Adlai Stevenson in
Bloomington, Ill.
He is survived by his wife, Min-
nie; a son, David of California; a
daughter, Misha of California; a
brother, Louis of California; and a
sister, Celia, also of California.
Interment California.

Manufacturer's Rep Dies

r PIANO BAR ENTERTAINMENTS

Reasonable with
References
Satisfaction Guaranteed

Nothing per hour—
plus parts.

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Europe, performing and conduct-
ing his compositions. He also has
many record albums to his credit.
He leaves his wife, Annette;
and three sons, Jeffrey, David and
Richard.

Times Reporter Berson, 74

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Wallpapering &
Wood Staining

Julius Chajes

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offices in Sterling Heights and
Warren. He was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and medical
and religious organizations.
He is survived by his wife, Be-
rta; a son, Benjamin; and a daugh-
ter, Natalie.

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