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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-04

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46-Friday, October 4, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS SO-BUSINESS CARDS

50-BUSINESS CARDS

40-A-EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

MATURE woman would like to
help with semi-invalid oare. Live
in. 968-7572.

45-BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

FRUIT & DAIRY STORE

Afraid of the High Cost of
TV Repairs?

Ron Schultz
543-0314

For experienced, reliable service
at reasonable prices. No charge
for in home estimates.

IN SHOPPING CENTER

Good Business

Phone 937-0818 427-0074

50-BUSINESS CARDS

NOWICKI'S PAINTING CO.

Residential - Commercial -
Industrial. Minor repairs & wall-
papering. Interior or exterior.

Free Estimates

MOVING?

College students-We are ful-
ly equiped to move your furni-
ture and appliances expertly at
economy rates. One Piece or
van load.

544-0023 - 588-8891

B & C DECORATING &
PAINTING

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reason-
able. LU 2-1790, 557-7228.

FURNITURE refinished and re-
paired. Free estimates. 474-8953.

LI 4-8911 or LI - 4-8914

PAINT up and Wall paper up for
the summer. 544-1646.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office
Furniture

Local and Long Distance

Also Storage

331-3011

Experienced paper hanging.
Free estimates. Very reason-

able.

Call Days 1-5
851-5114
Eves. after 6 p.m.
342-7149

WILL ADDRESS invitations of
all kinds. Call Judy, 399-3412.

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Guaranteed 18 years.
Experienced - lowest price.

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

PAINTING
PAPERHANGING

Very neat and reasonable. I
decorate your home, like it was
my own.

LOOKING for a good painter? Ex-
perienced and reasonable. 543-
0130.

ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERS &
trim. Licensed, insured. Free
estimates. 525-9160.

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

With a golden touch. CUSTOM
WALLPAPERING. Free esti-
mates, fully insurea. CALL

Al Benkoff
Dave Benkoff

543-6842
399-0652

in the home or in the
hospital. Buttons to
Casters to Seams.

"COMPLETE"

Reupholstering & Re-
fininshing. Our Spec-
ialty is repairing, re-
glueing and reupholst-
ering dining room
chairs.

WE DO GOOD
WORK

PEDAL N PUCK

29289 SOUTHFIELD RD.
FARRELL'S SHOPPING PLAZA
559-1463

PAINT UP and Wallpaper up for
the winter. Antiquing & staining.
ALAN ZATKOFF. 544-1646.

PAINTING & PAPERHANGING

MI. 2-2612

557-8906

CALL US LAST!

Aluminum siding, trim, gutters,

roofing, roof repairs, and all
general repairs. Guaranteed
material and workmanship.

546-0050

DRAPERIES CUSTOM MADE

tion. Previous experience with
interior decorator.

Call 647-6017

TOPNOTCH DECORATING

Custom wallpaper hanging,
exterior and interior painting.
Free Estimates - Dependable
Service - Reasonable.

L. COOPER 689-7819
M. NEUMAN

GEMINI
PLUMBING,
INC.

Steven R. Munson

Licensed Master Plumber
Estimates Given-Repairs
Residential & Commercial

851-7765

Professional moving at low

rates.

53-A-ENTERTAINMENT

FREDDY SHEYER-One man or-
chestra - Anniversaries, 'N e d -
dings. Bar-Mitzvas, House Par-
ties. 398-2462.

Unique classical guitar & flute

ensemble. MISCHAKOFF BEN-

MEIR DUO. Will perform for

private engagements.

Call 357-4576

MUSICAL Entertainment. Wed-
dings-Bar-Mitzvahs-Parties. Single
or trio. DAN KARSTOFSKY. 543-
2330.

E.S.P. entertainment! 356-5112 or
1-662-3700.

CHILDREN Love A Magic Clown!
356-5112 or 1-662-3700.

56-A-ANTIQUES WANTED

SUPERIOR DECORATING
SERVICE

WANTED old handbags. Beaded,
leather & metal, also shawls. 345-
4864.

Specialist in wallpaper hanging
and removal. Interior painting
and decorating services. Free
estimates. All work guaranteed.

57-FOR SALE - HOUSEHOLD
GOODS & FURNISHINGS

272-0654

Use Your

CALL 851-2550
NOW!
on Call 24 Hours

546-6800

THE MOVING MEN
585-8590

• Any Problem--
Large or Small

"Blue
Cross"

NATIONAL WALLCOVERINGS
3950 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley, Mich.

Lock & key service. Locks
changed or repaired. Auto &
house locks installed. Keys
made.

Call Charles Godau

"I‘

at

For Free Estimates Call

EMERGENCY

WE FIX
ALL FURNITURE

in

dis-
count prices. Over 50,000 pat-
terns to choose from. Hours
10-5, evenings by appt.

quality wailcoverings

LOCKSMITH

Fair price for quality work, 30
years in the area.

Broken Arm?
Broken Leg

Under New Management

We carry the very finest

PLUMBING repairs, remodeling, WALLS, window washing, gutter
alterations, & new work. Reason- cleaning, painting, general labor.
Work myself. 547-6762. Call after
able. Call Hollander 545-2200.
5 p.m.
COMPLETE remodeling, altera
tions, repair, kitchea, den,
basement, fam. rm., reasonable.
538-6894 after 4.

547-7569

Call the Doctor

WALLPAPER SALE

CARPENTRY work, inside & out.
side. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.

Custom interior & exterior.
Staining & pickling.

Free Estimates

LICENSED electrician, 557-8981 or
557-5775.

CUSTOM interior and exterior
painting. Wood finishing and Personal Service. Free Estimate.
antiquing. Reasonable. Refer- Fabric Samples. Rod Installa-
ences. 547-1438.

PANELING, partitions, floors,
ceilings, tiled, also small jobs,
reasonable. Ron. 968-4576.

846-0286

Oil Money May Buy Armaments

KOSHER DINNERS served to sin-
gle adults twice weekly. Nominal
rates. Northgate area. 968-5104.

CARL HARDING MOVING CO.

Local & Long Distance. Recom-
mended by Julius Ross Moving

Co.

255-2881

After 2 p.m.

,94779825
d.m.
t I

A FRENCH PROVINCIAL dining
set. Moving, must sell. 557-8140.

59-A-PIANOS FOR SALE

FISCHER SPINET with bench &
brass light. Excellent condition.
Like new. 355-1584.

87-PETS

SCHNAUZERS miniature, rare
black, AKC-Champion pedigree.
8, .weeks 4 41,75. oc-060 after §
3514416

NEW YORK (ZINS) -
The Arab oil producing coun-
tries are rapidly accumula-
ting money that could buy
huge amounts of sophisticat-
ed armaments and, perhaps,
interests in the concerns man-
ufacturing those armaments,
according to the New York
Times.
A study by the World
Bank says the money build-
ing up in the treasuries of

60-CARS FOR SALE

1974 PONTIAC
CATALI NA

2 door hardtop. Vinyl roof &
interior. All power, air, AM/
FM. Excellent condition. Low
mileage.

members of the Organization
of Petroleum Exporting
Countries is of such magni-
tude that, in about 10 years,
these countries could have
more than one trillion dollars
to invest in the United States
and elsewhere, the Times
states.
Roger Jamraz, a Lebanese
who represents Kidder, Pea-
body and Co. in Beirut, says:
"There is no reason why we
Arabs should not control
United States companies. We
can hire the best lawyers,
the best public accountants.
I think we should make a
major take-over in the U.S.
a matter of principle."

Barnett Gruzen,
Architect, Planner

NEW YORK - Barnett
Sumner Gruzen, architect,
engineer and planner, died
Sept. 27 at age 71.
Mr. Gruzen contributed to
the architecture of Manhat-
tan's Civic Center. He was
the founder and senior part-
ner ofsGruzen and Partners.
For his contribution to the
New York City man-made
environment, Mr. Gruzen re-
ceived the city's Diamond
Jubilee Medallion last year.

Young UJA Heads
Name Chairman
851-2946 851-3426
NEW YORK - Donald S.

STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT AND
CIRCULATION
(Act of Aug. 12, 1970; Section
3685.
Title 39, United States Code)

1. TITLE OF PUBLICATION:
The Jewish News Publishing
Company.
2. DATE OF FILING: Sept. 30,
1974.
3. FREQUENCY OF ISSUE:
Weekly.
4. LOCATION OF KNOWN OF-
F I C E OF PUBLICATION:
17515 West Nine Mile Road,
Suite 865, Southfield, Oak-
land County, Michigan 48075.
5. LOCATION OF THE HEAD-
QUARTERS OR GENERAL
BUSINESS OFFICES OF THE
PUBLISHERS: Same as above.
6. NAME AND ADDRESS OF
PUBLISHER, EDITOR AND
MANAGING EDITOR: Philip
Slomovitz, 22300 Lucerne Dr.,
Apt. 101, Southfield, Mich.
48075.
7. OWNER:
The Jewish News Publishing
Co., 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite
865, Southfield, Mich. 48075.
Philip Slomovitz, 22300 Lu-
cerne Dr., Apt. 101, South-
field, Mich. 48075.
Carmi M. Slomovitz, 23350
Twining Dr., Southfield,
Mich. 48075.
8. KNOWN BONDHOLDERS,
MORTGAGES, AND OTHER
SECURITY HOLDERS OWN-
ING OR HOLDING 1 PER-
CENT OR MORE OF TOTAL
AMOUNT OF BONDS. MORT-
GAGES OR OTHER SECURI-
TIES: None.
(In the following tabulation
first column of figures is "Aver-
age No. Copies Each Issue During
Preceding 12 Months," second col-
umn is VActual Number of cop-
ies of Sincle Issue Published
Nearest to Filing Date.")
9. FOR OPTIONAL COMPLE-
TION BY PUBLISHERS
MAILING AT THE REGULAR
RATES (Section 132.121, Pos-
tal Service Manual)
39 U. S. C. 3626 provides in
pertinent part: "No person
who would have been en-
titled to mail matter under
former section 4359 of this
title shall mail such matter
at the rates provided under
this subsection unless he
files annually with the Postal
Service a written request for
permission to mail matter at
such rates."
In accordance with the pro-
visions of this statute, I
hereby request permission to
mail the publication in Item
1 at the reduced postage
rates presently authorized by
39 U. S. C. 3626.
CARMI M. SLOMOVITZ
Business Mgr./Corp. Secy.
n. EXTENT AND NATURE OF
CIRCULATION:
A. TOTAL NO. COPIES
PRINTED (Net press run):
13,703 14,200
B. PAID CIRCULATION:
1. Sales through dealers
and carriers, street ven-
dors and counter sales:
1,000 1,500
2. Mail subscriptions:
12.500
12,500
C. TOTAL PAID CIRCULA-
TION: 13,500 14,000
D. FREE DISTRIBUTION BY
MAIL. CARRIER OR OTH-
ER MEANS:
1. Samples, Complimentary
and other free copies:
100
100
2. Copies distributed to
news agencies but not
50
sold 50
E. TOTAL DISTRIBUTION:
(Sum of C and D):
14,150
13,650
F. OFFICE USE. LEFTOVER,
UNACCOUNTED. SPOILED
AFTER PRINTING
50
53
14,200
G. TOTAL 13,703
I certify that the statements
made by me above are correct
and complete.

M. SLOMOVITZ

Business Mgr./Corp. Secy.

Gould, of Albany, N.Y., has
been appointed chairman of
the Young Leadership Cabi-
net of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for 1975. Gould succeeds
Prof. Allen Pollack.
Paul Zuckerman, general
chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, noted that "as
one of the most dedicated of
the rising generation of
American Jewish community
leaders, Don Gould is unique-
ly qualified to lead the Young
Leadership Cabinet in 1975."
Gould said that he rea-
lized he was assuming the
chairmanship
a "critical
time." Almost a year after
the Yom Kippur War, Gould
stated, "immigrant absorp-
tion problems in Israel are
more serious than they ever
have been in the country's
26-year history.
"Yet at the same time, the
people of Israel cannot them-
selves help us solve these
problems, for they are stag-
gering under the double
weight of escalating inflation
and rising taxes, due to the
massive defense expendi-
tures."

at

Asher Buchalter,
Detroit Teacher, 69

BARNETT GRUZEN

In 1957 Mr. Gruzen was
named a Fellow of the Amer-
ican Institute of Architects.
He was a former president
of the American Technion
Society and a past chairman
of the architects division of
the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies.

Hebrew Names

By GEORGETTE WEISER
Hebrew names have special
meanings
Just as names do everywhere;
We can hear the ancient
music
In the names we proudly
bear.
Hannah is "a favored
daughter,"
David means "beloved one,"
Judith is "the thanks we
offer,"
Reuben means "to see a son."
Sarah is the name for
"princess,"
Simon means "the Lord has
heard,"
Solomon is "peace forever,"
Hayyint means "life," a
precious word.
Gabriel is "strength from
heaven,"
Rachel, "etve who grazed the
sod,"
Meyer, "light,' and Noah,
"pleasant,"
Michael, "he who is like -
God."
Jonathan, "the Lord has
given,'
Nathan„ "he who always
gave,"
Eve is "mother of all -
And Elishah, "God sh,. _
save.'
Heberw names have special.
meanings
And their strength tv..
to last-
Names of children. in the
present
Have not altered since the
past!

Asher Buchalter, former
Detroit teacher, died Sept.
27, at age 69. His father,
William, was for 26 years the
secretary of the Jewish Hos-
pital Association, the fore-
runner of Sinai Hospital, and
his grandfather, Hyman, was
a noted talmudic scholar and
Orthodox community leader
who helped found the United
Hebrew Schools.
Mr. Buchalter taught in the
Detroit Public Schools for
more than 40 years, and
taught mathematics and sci-
ence at Cass Technical High
School from 1952 until his
retirement two years' ago.
He received his bachelor
of arts degree from City Col-
lege of Detroit and his mas-
ters from the University of
Michigan. He was a member
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
of Pisgah Lodge Bnai Brith.
He is survived by his wife,
Rose, a former staff member
of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service; two
daughters, Mrs. David (Ruth)
Ford of Lincoln, Neb., and -Reprinted from "World Over"
Mrs. Aaron (Helene) Engel;
two brothers, Elkan of Phil-
adelphia and Ezra; a sister, Athletes' Memorial
TEL AVIV (JTA)-"Kikar
Mrs. Maurice (Naomi) Floch;
Ha-11" (the "Eleven
and five grandchildren.
Square"), named after the
The motto of life is: "Give 11 Israeli sportsmen mass-
and Take." Everyone must acred in Munich by Arab
be both a giver and a re- terrorists during the 197L
ceiver. Who is not both is as Olympic Games, was dedi-
cated last Week.' " '
,a, barren tree'.

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