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April 19, 1985 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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Friday, April 19, 1985

40—BUSINESS CARDS

KENT THE HANDYMAN

CALL 542-3325
Days - Eves.

Free Estimates

Let Me Help You With
Your Home Repairs,
Painting, Plumbing,
Electrical, Window
Repairs, Etc.

PROFITABLE

ACTIVE

JUNK-WASTE
PAPER SHOP

Call eves.
557-6646

CLEAN- UPS

_THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

.

B & C DECORATING & Paint-

ing. Interior - Exterior. Resi-
dential and Commercial. 25
yrs. experience. 852-4699,
398-2677.

PAINTING, plaster repairs,
wall washing, wallpaper re-
moving. Experienced. Com-
petitive. 544-3118.

CARPENTRY
4\
[ by HOWARD GOLD
With a degree in
building construc-
tion from MSU.
E
Experienced
in:
C
Cabinets, shelving,
trim work, sus-
sus-
pended
ceilings,
decks and repairs.
626-8054

PAINTING &
DECORATING
European Profes-
sional. Not a hand-
yman. Will give you
free estimate and
moderate prices for
your painting needs
inside and out.

Large and
small jobs.

Call Jimmy
478.8610

First class work.

Good Rates

APPLE COMPUTER
SERVICE

Tom

Reasonable
Rates

NICE JEWISH BOY

All repairs
guaranteed

358-4631

357-0119

STOP LEAKS NOW!!!
ALL Plumbing
Repairs &
Installations
FREE ESTIMATES
Discounts to
Senior Citizens

Call MAUREY
968-1988

Licensed.

THE ULTIMATE

PAINTING GUARANTEE

I believe so strongly
in what I do as a pro-
fessional painter that
I will come back
FREE of Charge for
any touch-ups for
one year from day of
completion.

Third Generation Painter

DAVE BENKOFF
358-5038

"Where you still get what
pay for and more"

541-6020

J & F QUALITY
PAINTING

[ RIn
eatesroinoar b-Ex
ly ptreircied
or

priced.

Call for
Free Estimate

661-1476

NICE JEWISH BOY
Spring Cleaning
Hauling, Moving,
Scrap Metal, Clean-
ing basements, gar-
ages, stores, etc.
Lowest prices in
town. Quick service.

Kerr's will haul-away
for free: clothes, toys,
dishes, TV's, knick-
knacks, tools, fixtures,
books, small
appliances, most car-
pet and furniture, or?

423-5122

DINING ROOM
TABLE TOP
SHABBY?

Call LARRY PAUL

Furniture Refinisher

For Free Estimate

352-2612

e

MIRON
DECORATING

Rooms Plastered
& Painted

Stuccoing • Caulking
• Drywall
Painting interior
and exterior.

\i 531-7081

50—PERSONAL

I'M a 24 year old female looking
for interested person to travel
Europe. 559-0906.

53—ENTERTAINMENT

MAGIC BY ADAM. Children's •

parties, balloon animals. 642-
6625.

FREDDY SHEYER Orchestra.
Anniversaries, weddings,
seniors. Jewish, classical, popu-
lar. 661-2357.

This Space
Reserved for
Your Ad

Call 354-6060

SPACE AGE
COMPUTER PICTURES

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

Free Estimates
Call Today
547-2764 or 559-8138

Call 863-7736
for info

MOVING?

Clark Family Players

E US A CALL

G

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

PERKINS MOVING CO.

541-5008

Inv
IV

LOCAL NEWS

ATTENTION:

$59 and up

537-0353

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

40-1 BUSINESS CARDS

BIRTHDAY
PARTIES
and other special oc-
casions.
Clowns, juggling,
magic, music, dance,
puppets, balloon
sculpture.
Call Mary Ellen
\it
273-6718

Grand Rapids Bond Dinner
Honors Seymour Rapaport

Cong Ahavas Israel and Temple
Emanuel of Grand Rapids will
honor communal leader Seymour
Rapaport at a tribute dinner on
April 25 at 7 p.m. at the Amway
Grand Plaza Hotel in Grand
Rapids.(JTA) — At the event,
being held on behalf of State of
Israel Bonds, Rapaport will re-
ceive the State of Israel's "Tower
of David" Award, "in recognition
of notable participation in the
economic strengthening of Israel
as a tower of renewal and strength
for the Jewish people."
Dinner guest speaker will be
Dr. Gerald M. Meister, director of
the Ramapo Institute in Rockland
County, N.Y., a research center
specializing in the international
relations and strategic studies.
Dr. Meister is also director of
the Institute of Interreligious
Studies at Bar-Ilan University in
Israel, and is a member of the
faculties of several Roman
Catholic and Anglican seminaries
where he lectures on comparative
Judeo-Christian theology.
In addition, Dr. Meister is a
member of the World Zionist
Organization-American Section,
Inc., in the Department of Inter-
religious and Community Rela-
tions.
Dinner chairman is Stuart
Rapaport; honorary chairman is
Hy Berkowitz; tribute committee
chairman is Sol Bach; reservation
chairman is Edward A. Miller.
Rapaport was awarded the 25-
year United Jewish Appeal Serv-
ice Award and is a past president
of Ahavas Israel, the Julius
Houseman Lodge of B'nai B'rith
and the Jewish Community Fund.
He has worked on many United
Way drives and has received the
Mayor's All-American City
Award and the U.S. Department
of Commerce's Certificate of Serv-
ice "in recognition of his public
services." He is a lifetime member
of the Elks and is a Mason and a
Shriner.
Rapaport is well known in the
auto parts industry. He has

53—ENTERTAINMENT

MUSIC FOR LIFE ‘

Solo pianist or duo-
trio-quartet.

Bach to Boogie, Jazz
& Classical.

Parties and all occa-
sions.

851-3574

Seymour Rapaport

served as president of the Na-
tional Truck and Auto Wreckers
Association (since renamed Au-
tomotive Dismantlers and Recyc-
lers of America,) and once tes-
tified, as the organization's
president, before House and Se-
nate sub-committees regarding a
national highway beautification
program.
For dinner reservations and in-
formation, call Edward Miller,
452-4710.

Bomb Hoax
Downtown

Staff Report

The Detroit Police Department
has received no leads or clues into
who left a fake bomb on the steps
of the Butzel Building in
downtown Detroit last Friday
morning. The building houses the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
Jewish Community Council,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and other Jewish offices.
A building janitor discovered
the fake bomb at 9:50 a.m. Several
cardboard tubes had been
painted, wired together, attached
to a broken clock and placed in an
open attache case. The janitor
widened the opening with a broom
stick before calling police.
Police spokesman Sgt. Daniel
W. Carr told The Jewish News
that the bomb was a "complete
fake." There was no note in the
attache case and neither the
police nor Jewish agencies have
received any telephone calls
about the incident.
Alvin Kushner, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Community
Council, theorizes that a pranks-
ter wanted to see the building
evacuated but did not know that it
would be closed last Friday for the
concluding days of Passover. "I'm
guessing, and this is strictly
speculation," Kushner said, "but
some idiot probably tried to call us
to evacuate after placing the case
on the steps and got our tape-
recorded message that the build-
ing was closed. I'm sure it was just
a cheap hoax."

Benefit Sunday

Comedians, actors, musicians
and other entertainers will be fea-
tured in a "Cabaret Evening"
benefit for the Fourth Street
Playhouse 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
Mr. Christian's in Royal Oak.
For tickets or information, call
the theater office, 543-3666.

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