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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-26

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46 Friday, September 26, 1975

40 - BUSINESS CARDS

40 - BUSINESS CARDS

JULIUS ROSS

CARPENTRY

MOVING CO., INC.

Custom work, household moving,
offices, packing, piano and appli-
ances. Local and State of Michigan.

357-2674

T.V. REPAIRS

Low cost-Color and black & white
by experienced technician.

Call MARK MICHALSON
357-1831
if no answer call 557-2163

PROFESSIONAL DECORATING
By
ALAN KUMPULA

Fine painting & papering, specializ-
ing in foils & decorator papers. All
work carefully planned with the per-
sonal friendly touch.

547-7569

544-9583

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

557-1338

557-2008
DOMESTIC MAID SERVICE

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

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

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Prompt
service. Reasonable. 557-7228.

SILVERPLATING. Repairing sil-
ver, gold, brass and copper. VE.
6-0721.

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

FURNITURE Reupholstering -
refinishing & repairs. 851-2550.

For the finest in painting & wallpa-
per hanging. Call A. ZATKOFF.
544-1646.

BARTENDER - Private parties,
Bar-Mitzvahs and special occasions.
Experienced. For appt. 352-4021.

779-9075

OBEDIENCE TRAINING - Pri-
vate lessons. For a well mannered
pet call Carol. 368-5738.

PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture clean-
ing. Wall washing, painting,
interior-exterior.

541-0278

CUSTOM WALL COVERING
INSTALLATION BY MARK RADIN

Fully licensed & Insured.
Interior-Exterior.
Free Estimates. 24 hr. Service.

I will get you up to 20% off
on several lines of paper I
can bring to your home.

398-9477

*And I will hang it at a rea-

PAINTING

sonable price.

MOSHE FUCHS

851-5114 before 5
352-2251 eves.

Residential
- Free Estimates -

WALLPAPER SALE

Exterior-Interior Custom Work
Specializing in Staining &
Refinishing ,

Under New Management

3'98-8322 or 559-5860

*******-A-11-*****
11..
.9(

* PROFESSIONAL ,*
_A t WALICOVERING ;T.
r
..9( INSTALLATIONS *
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Specializing in:

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A-1 Carpentry. Kitchen, bath, For-
mica, basements, etc. State licensed.
261-4356.

PLUMBING REPAIRS, Drains,
sewer cleaning. 24 hr. service.
368-9754.

A-1 CUSTOM
PAINTING &
DECORATING

"4(
*
*

ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERS &
trim. License, insured. Free esti-
mates. 525-9160.

,AARON ROOFING &
MAINTENANCE CO.

422-3764 (days)
937-8374 (eves)

*
*
*

E. LARKINS
MOVERS

Catering, elegant or casual. Refer-
ences available. LAURA - LEVITT.
1-665-8155.

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

..
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649-2069 ELI

DRESSMAKING and alterations.
20 years experience. Reasonable.
968-8490.

• Vinyls







Foils
Flocks
Fabrics
Murals
Graphics

NATIONAL
WALLCOVERINGS
3950 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley, Mich.
548-1171

*

FURNITURE REPAIR

*

Touch Up-Dents-Broken &
Loose Joints-Cig. Burns
Dog Bites

CUSTOM PAINTING *
Jr
EXPERTS
)0.

Free Estimates
Fully Insured

DAVID BENKOFF
399-0652
AL BENKOFF
543-6842

We carry the very finest in
quality wallcoverings at dis-
count prices. Over 50,000
patterns to choose from.
Hours 10-5 weekdays, 10-1
Sat.

*

*

*4-4-44444-1 4.4-4-4--ILIt

INVISIBLE VINYL
UPHOL. REPAIR
Tears-Rips-Holes
Cig. Burns
CARPET AND UPHOL.
REPAIR & SPOT REMOVAL

FREE ESTIMATES

AL SUNSHINE
348-9090

SAVE
DOLLARS!!!

Exterior-Interior
Specialists in stain
paint & antiquing
All work guaranteed
FREE ESTIMATES
24 hr. Service

Call RON 968-4576 eves.

LICENSED
ELECTRICIAN,
557-8981 or 557-5775.

40 - BUSINESS CARDS

ELI PAINTING-PAPERING

CUSTOM interior-exterior painting.
Antiquing and staining, kitchen
cabinets, woodwork refinishing.
Reasonable, references. 547-1438.

• Efficient • Transportation
• For Home or Office

Residential roofing special-
ists. 15 yrs. experience. Wind
resistant, self-seal shingles
installed. New re-roof and
repairs. Aluminum gutters,
various colors. Free esti-
mates.

40 - BUSINESS CARDS

Rec. rooms, paneling, floors
& ceilings tiled. Miscella-
neous repairs. Also stucco
work. References and very
reasonable.

COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions. repair, kitchen, den, base-
ment, fam. rm., reasonable.
538-6891 after 4.

Call-A-Maid

ilt

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DEAL DIRECT



Referral service,
personalized since 1946

822-3417

Roofing, aluminum siding, aluminum
gutters & trim, general repairs.
Guarantee material & workmanship.
Free Estimates.

546-0050

HAULING & DEBRIS

Anything picked up and
hauled away from basement-
yard-garage-apt.
Furniture moved

399-6568 (9-4 Mon-Fri)
647-1547 (anytime)

NEED A
FRIENDLY SERVICE?

DECORATING

TV, washer, dryer and all

Prime Wallpaper Hanging
& Painting

electrical appliances.

Fast Service

547-0841

MIL-KO REMODELING

Neat

' Insured

879-6751

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

1. TITLE OF PUBLICATION: The Jew-
ish News Publishing Company.
2. DATE -OF FILING: Sent. 18. 1975.
3. FREQUENCY OF ISSUE: Weekly.
-1. LOCATION OF KNOWN OFFICE OF
PUBLICATION: 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.,
Suite 865, Southfield, Oakland
Couqty, Michigan 48075.
5. LOCATION OF THE HEADQUART-
ERS OR GENERAL BUSINESS OF-
FICES OT THE PUBLISHERS: Same
as above.

-
6. NAME AND ADDRESS OF PUB-
. EDITOR, AND MANAG-
ING EDITOR: Philip Slomovitz, 22300
Lucerne Dr., Apt. 101, Southfield,
Mich. 48075.
7. OWNER: The Jewish News Publ. Co.,
17515 W. 9 Mile, Suite 865, Southfield
48075.
Philip Slomovitz, 22300 Lucerne, Apt.
101. Southfield, Michigan 48075.
Carmi M. Slornovitz, 23350 Twining
Dr., Southfield, Michigan 48075.
8. KNOWN
BONDHOLDERS,
MORTGAGEES, AND OTHER SE-
CURITY HOLDERS OWNING OR
HOLDING I PERCENT OR MORE
OF TOTAL AMOUNT OF BONDS,
MORTGAGES OR OTHER SECURI-
TIES: None.
9. FOR OPTIONAL COMPLETION BY
PUBLISHERS MAILING AT THE
REGULAR RATES (Section 132,121,
Postal Service Manual)
39 U. S. C. 3626 provides in pertinent
part: "No person who would have been
entitled to mail matter under former
section 4359 of this title shall mail
such matter at the rates provided un-
der this subsection unless he files an-
nually with the Postal Service a writ-
ten request for permission to mail
matter at such rates."
In accordance -with the provisions of
this statute, I hereby request permis-
sion to mail the publication named in
Item 1 at the reduced postage rates
presently authorized by 39 U. S. C.
3626.
CARMI M. SLOMOVITZ,
Bus. Mgr./Coro. Sec'y.
(In the following tabulation first column
of figures is "Average No. Copies Each Is-
sue During Preceding 12-Months," second
column is "Actual Number of copies of
Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing
Date.")
1L EXTENT AND NATURE OF CIRCU-
LATION:
A. TOTAL NO. COPIES PRINTED
(Net Press Run):
13,676
14,000
B. PAID CIRCULATION:
1. SALES THROUGH DEALERS
AND CARRIERS, STREET VEN -
DORS AND COUNTER SALES:
1.000
1,000
2. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS:
12,500
12,795
C. TOTAL PAID CIRCULATION:
13.500
13,795
D. FREE DISTRIBUTION BY MAIL,
CARRIERS OR. OTHER MEANS,
SAMPLES, COMPLIMENTARY,
AND OTHER FREE COPIES:
100
100
E. TOTAL DISTRIBUTION (Sum of C
and D):
13,600
13,895
F. COPIES NOT DISTRIBUTED -
1. OFFICE USE, LEFT OVER,
UNACCOUNTED, SPOILED AFTER
PRINTING:
26
55
2. RETURNS FROM NEWS
AGEN
TS:
50
50
G. TOTAL: (Suns of E & F-should
equal net press run shown in Al:
13,676
14,000

I certify that the statements made by
me above are correct and complete.
CARMI M. SLOMOVITZ,
Bus. Mg•./Corp. Sec'y.

M. Neuman

689-7125

Any finished carpentry, dry
wall and plaster repair, for-
mica installation.

Clean

Free Estimates

L. Cooper

HOME &. ESTATE
LIQUIDATORS

Let professionals handle your house-
hold sales and appraisals.

559-2068

LOOKING FOR WALLPAPER?

We will beat your best deal*
when we also install your
paper. Reasonable rates.
Quality work. Insured work-
men and fast service.

WALLPAPER ASSOCIATES

Call 546-8989

Some papers excluded.

25% OFF

On all Levelor metal slat lines
& woven woods.

Call 546-8989

WALLPAPER ASSOCIATES

So - PERSONAL

WANTED

We are seeking creative materials
for Jewish Classrooms-Games, en-
richment activities, individualized
learning models-Pre-school through
Jr. High, All proposals in confidence.

JEWISH TEACHERS CENTER OF
THE DOLORES KOHL
EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
161 GREENBAY ROAD
WILMETTE, ILL. 60091

WANTED

Non-profit Jewish Teacher Center
needs your "Antique" Memorabilia.
Developing activity boxes for the
Jewish Religious Day Schools on
Shtetl life old letters, photos, cloth-
ing, books, religious artifacts. Write
if able to donate a part of your past
to our childrens future.

DOLORES KOHL
EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
161 GREENBAY ROAD
WILMETTE, ILL. 60091

51

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MISCELLANEOUS

Large & small indoor plants for sale.
Cheap. 557-6839.

53 - ENTERTAINMENT

CHILDREN love Billy

The Magic Clown!

ADULTS love Mind Reading

and Laughs by Bill Nagler/

Party Entertainment with
Audience Participation.
356-5112 or 1-662-3700

Woman Named
Cantor in St. Paul

ST. PAUL, Minn. (JTA)
- Holly Callen has as-
sumed her duties as cantor
and music director of the
Mount Zion Hebrw Congre-
gation here, the firSt woman
cantor in the Twin Cities
area and one of the few in
the United States.

Soviet Jewry Rally Slated

A mass outdoor Simhat
Torah-Soviet Jewry Solidar-
ity rally will be held 8:30
p.m. Oct. 4 in Oak Park's.
Major Park, sponsored by
the Jewish Community
Council.
The rally will begin with a
flashlight procession from
the parking lot of Cong.
Bnai Moshe, down Church
St. to the picnic area at the
corner of Church and North-
field St.
Joseph Bale and Mrs.
Aaron Shifman, chairmen
of the Council's committee
on international concerns,
which is responsible for-
planning the rally, an-
nounced the evening will
include: an opening prayer
for Soviet Jewry by Rabbi
Moses Lehrman of Bnai
Moshe, a talk by Rabbi Joel
Poupko, director of the Uni-
versity of Michigan's B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation, on
the current conditions of the
Soviet Jewry struggle and

its implications 30 years
after the Holocaust; and
freedom songs of and for So-
viet Jews by' Abraham Ben
Zeev.

In a letter to Detroit's
more than 300 Jewish or-
ganizations affiliated with
the Council, Bale and Mrs.
Shifman stressed the im-
portance that a massive
demonstration of solidar-
ity will have for Soviet
Jews.

"No publicly visible mass
rally to protest the oppres-
sion of Soviet Jewry has
been held in the metropoli-
tan Detroit area since the
Leningrad trials of 19" -
Past experience has proN,
that Soviet officials are sen
sitive to public demonstra-
tions in the United States,"
they said.
For information about
the rally, contact the Jewish
Community Council,
962-1880. In case of rain, the
rally will be canceled.

Few Jewish Major Operational
Executives in Auto Industry

(Cp-ntinuedfrom Page 48)

GM. One was Ed Weinberg
at Saginaw Steering, now
retired.

• There are a number of
minor operational Jewish
executives at Ford but I
doubt that their numbers
exceeds one dozen. The
same holds true for skilled
workers.

• There are no Jews hold-
ing offices at Ford's World
Headquarters' 12th or 11th
floor, where the vice presi-
dents offices are. Things are
no different at GM, Chrys-
ler, AMC, etc.

• in my years, I did en-
counter several instances
where Jews were pur-
posely excluded from sig-
nificant positions because
they were Jews. In most
cases, however, this prob-
lem never came up, simply
because Jews were never
placed into situations in
which they could evolve.
Each company has made
the concession of placing a
Jew into a visible, though
inconsequential, median
executive position, beyond
which he was not prom-
oted.

• No doubt, there are
Jews in the industry who
hold significant positions.
However, since the atmos-
phere is not benign, many
Jews see little need to be-
come so identified,

• The Anti-Defamation
League is of course aware of
this situation but has not
been effective in causing a
remedy. This is because the
absence of Jews is not neces-
sarily attributable to anti-
Semitism, but more to the
perpetuation of an estab-
lished power group. One has
to remember that there are
at best a few Polish-Ameri-
cans,
Italo-Americans,
Chinese- Americans in simi-
lar executive positions. Also,
the Iacocca- Cafiero-Ricardo

phenonemon is at best 10
years old.

I. have so far avoided the
word 'tokenism' because it
over-simplifies the situa-
tion. If challenged, each
firm can produce a num-
ber of Jews in the afore-
mentioned positions.

However, until I can be
shown a number of Jewish
plant managers, , manufac-
turing vice presidents, en-
gineering vice presidents,
plant foremen, etc., I will
continue to believe that
Jewishness in the auto in-
dustry is not a major asset,
neither now, nor 50 years
ago when things were es-
sentially the same.

If we want to change the
situation, then it is up to us
to do so. No one else has rea-
son or incentive. As you
know, I am very active in the
Technion Society and ini-
tiated, among other things,
a sort of concept of a Jewish
engineering group within
that Society. This is grad-
ually producing results
which would be greatly enh-
anced, if it were to receive
more publicity support.
Then, more Jews in the auto
industry would have the
opportunity for a recognized
professional outlet.
Some years ago, I ini-
tiated and largely pre-pro-
grammed the Ford Israel
truck operation, after creat-
ing several other busir.
opportunities for Isra:\e,
manufacturers with Ford.
You will recall that you car-
ried a long interview with
Henry Ford in this context.
What you probably don't
know is that, in preparation
for this interview, the Ford
press people obtained from
me whatever they thought
required for this interview.
Ultimately, your item car-
ried almost verbatim what I
had supplied. I mention this
episode only because it indi-
cates the symptoms of the
condition.

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