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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-18

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54—Friday, October 18, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50—BUSINESS CARDS

Professional moving at low

rates.

For Free Estimates Call

THE MOVING MEN
585-8590

WALLPAPER SALE

Under New Management

We carry the very finest in
quplity wallcoverings at dis-
count prices. Over 50,000 pat-
terns to choose from. Hours
10-5, evenings by appt.

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3950 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley, Mich.

546-6800

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Household and Office
Furniture

Local and Long Distance

50—BUSINESS CARDS

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

SIINERPLATING & repairs. Gold,
copper, brass & silver. VE 6-0721.

DRESSMAKING and alterations.
20 years experience. Call after 5.
H8-8490. -

53-A—ENTERTAINMENT

MIND Reading Entertainment.
366-5112 or 1-662-3700.

CHILDREN Love MagiCal Clowns!
356-5112 or 1-662-3700.

HAVING AN AFFAIR?

Oskar Schindler, Duped Nazis, President Shazar Memorialized
YORK (JTA)—Some said President Shazar knew
Saved Jews From Death Camps 300 NEW
p e r s o n s attended the from his youngest days, that

NEW YORK (JTA)—Oskar
Schindler, a Roman Catholic
who saved more than 1,200
Jews from Nazi gas cham-
bers, died in Argentina last
week at age 66. ./
During World War II he
employed Jews in his muni-
tions factory, hid and fed
them and outwitted the Ges-
tapo in numerous efforts to
save Jews. He was arrested
twice by the Gestapo and

Make it unforgetable with the
lilting melodies of LENNY at
the keyboard.

559-1496

FREDDY SHEYER — One man
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398-2462.


MUSICAL Entertainment. Wed-
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or trio. DAN KARSTOFSKY. 543-
2330.

56-A—ANTIQUES WANTED

Also Storage

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331-3011

Greater Detroit

TOPNOTCH DECORATING

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SEAMSTRESS alterations. Euro-
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WINOKUR MASONRY WORK

Interior-exterior painting,
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365-8279

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PAINTING—Free estimates. Rea-
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150 Exhibitors. Adm. $2.

57—FOR SALE - HOUSEHOLD
GOODS & FURNISHINGS

Hotpoint dishwasher, almost
new Philco (white) refrigerator,
36" Norge (white) gas stove,
miscellaneous items. Oak Park.
Fri. or Mon.

545-6027

60—CARS FOR SALE

CADILLAC
1972 ELDORADO

OSKAR

SCHINDLER

freed through the interven-
tion of his friends in the
army.
On a visit to New York in
1972 where he was honored
by some 150 Jewish friends,
most of whom had been aided
by Mr. Schindler, he said
that he acted as he did be-
cause he hated cruelty and
intolorance.
During that visit at the
headquarters of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew
University, several of those
whom he helped save told the
JTA about his fearless and
courageous efforts that in-
volved forging of identifica-
tion papers to get Jews out

Morris Kruger, 67,
Local Locksmith

Morris Kruger, owner of
Kruger's Repair Shop, died
Oct. 11 at age 67.
Born • in Russia, Mr. Kru-
968-6378
ger lived 62 years in Detroit.
He was a locksmith for the
75-A—ART OBJECTS
past 40 years. He was a mem
ber of Zager-Stone Lodge of
Bnai B'rith and the Master
FOR SALE
Locksmiths Association of
OIL PAINTINGS
Detroit. He resided at 18638
Ilene.
BY JEWISH ARTISTS
He leaves his wife,, Anna;
Shown by appt. only
two daughters, Mrs. Carl
557-2845
(Beverly) Friedman of Ar-
lington, Va., and Jane; three
sisters, Mrs. Sarah Gurny,
Sam Kaufer, 76 ,
Mrs. Ann Kaplan and Mrs.
of Auto Parts Firm Irving (Irene) Winkelman;
Sam Kaufer, founder and and one grandchild.
president of Automotive Re-
placement Parts Co. Inc., Manuel Weisman,
located at 3540 Vinewood,
died 'Oct. 12 at age 76.
of Electrical Firm
Born in Austria, Mr. Kaufer
Manuel Weisman, founder
lived 63 years in Detroit. His of Manuel Weisman Inc., an
automotive parts distributor- electrical contracting firm,
ship was located at the Vine- died Oct. 13 at age 63.
wood, address for the past 5j,
Born in Poland, Mr. Weis-
years.
man was an electrical con-
He was a member of Cong. tractor and a member of the
Beth Abraham-Hillel and a Steirimetz Electrical Contrac-
past president, Pisgah Lodge tors Association and its past
of Bnai Brith, Histadrut, past president. He resided at 29632
president of the 1st Galician Middlebelt, Farmington Hills.
Society and Was active in the
He leaves his wife, Belle;
Israel Rond Organization. He two sons, Lawrence and Rob-
resided at 16162 Oxley, South- ert of 'Lansing; a daughter,
field.
Marcia of Berkley, Calif;
He leaves his wife, Anna; three sisters, Mrs. Bernard
a son, Dr. Herbert; a daugh- (Reva) Broder, Mrs. Morris
ter, Mrs. Simon (Helen) In- (Sarah) Friedman and Mrs.
dianer; a brother, Nathan of Edwin (Esther) Rechtman of
Mexico; and five grandchild- Atlanta; and two grandchild-
ren.
ren.

Fully equipped, air, stereo, etc.
Like new. Must see. Private
owner. Make offer.

of concentration camps.
They recalled that one of
his major achievements was
the liberation of some 200
Jewish women from Ausch-
witz and their transfer to his
factory. The employment of
Jews in essential industry
was permitted by the Nazis
in order to keep the muni-
tions industry going.
After the war, when the
Soviet army entered Ger-
many and expropriated his
factory, Jewish organizations
helped Mr, Schindler settle in
Argentina where he operat-
ed a small farm outside
Buenos Aires.
During his New York visit,
his friends announced that
they had raised $125,000 for
the establishment of an edu-
cational prOject in his honor
on the Mount Scopus campus
of the Hebrew University.
In 1962 Israel honored
him as "a just man." In 1966
West Germany gave him its
Cross of Merit, and in 1967
the. International Buber So-
ciety in London awarded him
its peace prize.

Fifth Avenue Synagogue
Monday to honor the memory
of Shneur Zalman Shazar, Is-
rael's third president and
hear him lauded as a states-
man, scholar, poet, ideologist
and, above all, a humani-
tarian deeply devoted to the
cause of the Jewish people.
The memorial service for
President Shazar, who, died
Oct. 5, a day before his 85th
birthday, was sponsored
jointly by the Israeli Consu-
late General in New York
and the World Zionist Or-
ganization-American Section.
Former Israeli Foreign
Minister Abba Eban said
President Shazar was guided
by four movements — hasid-
ism, messianism, socialism
and Zionism. He said as
president, Shazar symbolized
Jewish unity. He noted that
while he was a fighter and
a dreamer, as President he
was a realist who had no
illusions after 1967 that Is-
rael could have peace with-
out concessions or that a
great victory would mean
an easy peace.
Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson,
chairman-of the WZO-Ameri-
Ben Gruskin, 67,
can Section, said President
Food Distributor
Shazar "loved people and es-.
Ben Gruskin, attorney and pecially the Jewish people:"
wholesale food distributor ex- Dr. Judah Shapiro, president
ecutive, died Oct. 10 at age of the Labor Zionist Alliance,
67.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Gruskin resided at 18255 Ad- Hyman Dresner,
rian, Southfield. He was a Longtime Builder
member of the Masons and
the Michigan State Bar Asso-
Hyman Dresner, founder
ciation. He also was a legal of the Highland Construction
aid volunteer for Oakland Co.„ in 1936, died Oct. 10 at
County.
age 96.
He leaves his wife, Fran-
Born in Russia, Mr. Dres-
ces; two sons, Dr. Sanford E. ner lived 60 years in betroit.
of Atlanta and Norman; two He had been a builder in the
daughters; Mrs. Paul (Rita) Detroit area since 1915. His
Sherr and Mrs. David firm had offices in South-
(Sheila) Bennett of Encino, field. He resided at 25446
Calif.; five sisters, Mrs. Lincoln Terr., Oak Park.
Harry (Bessie) Gilman, Mrs.
He leaves his wife, Sadie;
Bernard (Pearl) Shapiro of six sons, Jack Brimberg, Al-
Philadelphia, Mrs. Loyed bert, Morris H., Sol S., Mil-
(Sadie) Wolberg, Mrs. Boris ton H. and Joseph S.; a
(Gussie) May and Mrs. Sam daughter, Mrs. Louis (Betty)
(Rose) Weiner; and five Cohen; 20 grandchildren and
grandchildren,
seven great-grandchildren.

to be a Jewish leader one
had to be steeped in Jewish
learning, culture and back-
ground.
Ambassador David Rivlin,
Israeli Consul General in
New York, conducted the
ceremony,
Meanwhile, Paul Zucker-
man, general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, in a
message said that President
Shazar's "leadership was a
source of great inspiration
to the Jewish people for al-
most seven decades . . . But
let it be said, when history
is written, that President
Shazar's contribution to the
survival of. the Jewish pc '-
Was an eloquent statenT
his own love for his
man."

Frederick Kogos,
Yiddish Author

NEW YORK — Frederick
Kogos, publisher of apparel
magazines and textbooks, and
author of three Yiddish books
died Friday at age 67.
Mr. Kogos, head of the
Kogos Publishing Co., pub-
lished Apparel- Manufacturer
magazine and Apparel Secur-
ities Review. He also edited
45 apparel textbooks.
During his lecture tours,
Mr. Kogos found . Yiddish
spoken in 77 countries. This
led him to compile the "Dic-
tionary of Yiddish Slang and
Idioms."

Rabbi Yohanan, son of
Zakkai, said: The wise man
who fears doing wrong is like
a -craftsman who has the
tools of his craft ready in his
hand. The wise man who does
not fear doing wrong is like
a craftsman who has no tools.
And, finally, the man who '
fears doing wrong but has
no wisdom is like a man who
has the tools, but is no crafts-
man. He has the will, but
does not know what he ought
to do.
—Fathers According to
Rabbi Nathan

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