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October 10, 1975 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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THE btftedinfilidnilit

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

WILL ADDRESS invitations of all
kinds. Call Judy. 399-3412.
FURNITURE refinished and re-
paired. Free estimates. 474-8953.

ROOFING. SIDING. GUTTERS &
trim. License, insured. Free esti-
mates. 525-9160.
A-1 Carpentry. Kitchen, bath, For-
mica, basements, etc. State licensed.
261-4:356.
ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Prompt
service. Reasonable. 557-7228.
PLUMBING REPAIRS, Drains,
sewer cleaning. 24 hr. service.
:368-9754.
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.
COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions, repair, kitchen, den, base-
ment, fans. rm., reasonable.
538-6891 after 4.
CARPENTRY work, inside & out-
side. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.
FURNITURE Reupholstering —
refinishing & repairs. 851-2550.

MIL-KO REMODELING

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

Clean

Neat

Insured

879-6751

PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

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

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Guaranteed 18
years. Experienced — lowest
price.
FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

CARPENTRY

Of all descriptions.
Rec. rooms, etc....
Work myself, Lowest prices.

Free Estimates.

546-6891

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

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

Script invitation addressing by BE-
NEE. 399-6286.
SILVERPLATING. Repair silver,
copper & brass. \E 6-0721.
Fur repair & alterations by expert.
Reasonable. 3:53-4826.
CUSTOM interior-exterior painting.
Antiquing and staining, kitchen
cabinets, woodwork refinishing.
Reasonable, references. 547-1438.

JULIUS ROSS

MOVING CO., INC.

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

357-2674

E. LARKINS
MOVERS

Referral service,
personalized since 1946

822-3417

*And I will hang it at a rea-

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

sonable price.

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

851-5114 before 5
352-2251 eves.

T.V. REPAIRS

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

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

HOME & ESTATE
LIQUIDATORS

Let professionals handle your house-
hold sales and appraisals.

559-2068

FURNITURE REPAIR

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

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

557-1338

VALE PAINTING
SERVICES
Interior-Exterior

Gutter cleaning, wall wash-
ing, paper hanging, wood
staining, texture paint.
Free estimates. Insured.
Work guaranteed.
References.

543-9147

546-6507

LOCAL & STATEWIDE
MOVING

1 item or a household
Reasonable. Licensed. Insured
Pianist Specialist

422-5458

53 — ENTERTAINMENT

CHILDREN love Billy

The Magic Clown!
ADULTS love Mind Reading
and Laughs by Bill Nagler!

FREE ESTIMATES

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

Call-A-Maid

MUSIC FOR ALL
OCCASIONS BY
FINE PRINT.

AL SUNSHINE
348-9090

557-2008
DOMESTIC MAID SERVICE

• Efficient • Transportation
• For Home or Office

CARPENTRY

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

Call RON 968-4576 eves.

Very reasonable rate.

Call Randy Bernstein

533-5884

Evil Neighbors

Remove from evil neigh-
bors far away, and never
join the wicked where they
stay, and cease not to expect
the evil day!
—The Talmud

Milton Weill, Led NY Jews

NEW YORK — Milton
Weill, president of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York from
1951 to 1954, died Oct. 2 at
age 84.
Mr. Weill was responsible
while president of the feder-
ation for implementing a
$50-million building pro-
gram that resulted in the es-
tablishment of the Long Is-
land Jewish Hospital, the
Henry Ittleson Center for
Child Research, the Henry
Kaufmann Campgrounds in
Staten Island and Pearl
River, N.Y., and for new
community buildings and
other health and welfare
projects here.

Graduate School of Social
Welfare.

A graduate of Columbia
College in 1913, Mr. Weill
was a vice president of the
National Jewish Welfare
Board, a board member of
the United Jewish Appeal
and Joint Distribution
Committee, a governor of
the American Jewish
Committee, vice president
of the Greater New York
Fund, a director of the
United Service Organiza-
tions and an overseer of
the Brandeis University

He was a board member
of the 92nd St. Young Men's
and Young Women's He-
brew Association for 50
years and honorary chair-
man of the board of Asso-
ciated YM and YWHAS of
New York. The Emanu-El
Midtown YM and YWHA on
East 14th St. was named the
Milton Weill Building at its
construction in the 1960s.
He also vas an honorary
trustee of the Park Avenue
Synagogue.

MILTON WEILL

Dr. Robert Baruch, Radiolologist

Dr. Robert Jack Baruch, a tee for Soviet Jewry and
local radiology expert, died the Zionist Organization
of America.
Oct. 2 at age 42.
He received his Hebrew
A graduate of Cass Tech-
nical High School at age 16, education at Yeshivath Beth
Dr. Baruch earned his medi- Yehudah.
Dr. Baruch, who resided
cal degree at age 23. He was
graduated from Wayne at 19181 Chelton Dr., Bir-
State University and its mingham, is survived by his
medical school. He was a wife, Rhoda; a son, David;
student at WSU's law school two daughters, Heidi and
until last April when he be- Dana; and a sister, Mrs.
came ill. He was appointed Olga Krause.
to a five-year term to the
Morris Litwak, 89
Wayne State Fund.
He was a member of the
Morris Litwak, owner of
American College of Radiol- Litwak Delicatessen and
ogy, Wayne County Medical
Bakery in Mount Clemens,
Society, a diplomate of the
died Oct. 5 at age 89.
American Board of Radiol-
Born in Russia, Mr. Lit-
ogy, a member of the Amer- wak lived 65 years in the
ican Medical Association,
U.S., 51 in Mount Clemens.
Michigan State Medical So- He was a member of, Cong.
ciety and Phi Delta Epsilon Tephilath Moses in Mount
Fraternity.
Clemens for 51 years and
He also was a member of
Bnai Brith. He owned his
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, its
business since 1926 and it is
men's club and its board of still in operation. He resided
directors, a member of Boy
at 133 Lodewyck, Mount
Scouts of America —
Clemens.
Troop 23, Detroit Commit-
He is survived by a son,
Abraham, two daughters,
Mrs. Bistritzky, Mrs. Celia Leiderman of
Oak Park and Mrs. Louis
Detroit Teacher
(Rose) Zeeve; five grandchil-
Jeanette Bistritzky, a dren, seven great-grandchil-
music and drama teacher in dren and three great-great-
the Detroit Public Schools grandchildren.
for 16 years, died Oct. 7 at
age 61.
Guy Mollet, 68
Mrs. Bistritzky was the Ex-French Leader
widow of Zinovi Bistritzky,
one of Detroit's prominent
PARIS (JTA) — Former
violinists who died a year French Premier Guy Mollet,
ago.
David Ben-Gurion's main
partner in the 1956 Sinai
Born in Chicago, Mrs. Bis-
Campaign, died Oct. 3. He
tritzky lived more than 50
years in Detroit. She also
was 68.
Mr. Mollet was known as
was an attorney, having
the main architect of the
graduated from the Univer-
Franco-Israeli military alli-
sity of Detroit's law school.
ance of 1956 which later de-
She served on the War La-
veloped into friendship and
bor Board during World
cooperation, a phase which
War II. She was a member
lasted till the early 1960s.
of Hadassah and was a
In recent years, though he
drama and music patron in
retired from an active politi-
Detroit.. She resided at
cal role, Mr. Mollet was
22855 Providence Dr.,
known to be highly critical
Southfield.
of the policies of the various
She leaves a daughter,
Israeli governments since
Joan; and her mother, Mrs.
the Six-Day War.
Maria Spolansky.

"

Octoberltrifit'

Intervention Promised

NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
raeli Minister of Commerce
and Industry Haim Barley
affirmed that he was given a
personal promise by Secre-
tary of Commerce Rogers C.
B. Morton to intervene with
American firms that yield
to Arab boycott pressures
because "American indus-
try should be educated that
the Arab boycott is amoral
economically and politi-
cally."
Interviewed last week
Barley said he would supply
Morton with a list of Ameri-
can companies that have
"succumbed to Arab black-
mail" or are in the process
of succumbing to enable
him to fulfill that pledge.
He said that Morton also
promised that he would per-
sonally influence such
American firms to invest in
Israel and in Arab countries
simultaneously.
In Tel Aviv, the large
turn-out of buyers and in-
dustrialists from foreign
countries at Israel's metals
week exhibition that opened
here Monday indicated
more than anything else
that the Arab boycott of Is-
rael is approaching bank-
ruptcy, observers here
noted.

In New York, the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee
welcomed the assurances
of World Bank President
Robert S. McNamara that
the bank did not adhere to
the Arab boycott and that
it strictly maintained a
non-discriminatory policy
in its personnel practices.

Detailing this policy as it
related to the Arab boycott,
the bank explained that "it
adhered to a policy of inter-
national competitive bid-
ding in financing goods
from bank loans. This ap-
plies to all members with-
out exception. 'In regard to
trade restrictions, such as
the so-called Arab boycott,
the bank's role has been pos-
titive in terms of ensuring
both equity and opportu-
nity. The bank does not per-
mit in a request for tenders
of bids for contracts any
condition that precludes
participation by qualified
suppliers because they do
business with Israel, or are
located in a country that
trades with Israel."
Turning to its personnel
policy, the bank declared
that "it is the firm policy of
this organization to treat its

Lillian Mayer, 78

Lillian Mayer, former co-
owner of Walters Inc., la-
dies ready-to-wear shop,
died Oct. 7 at age 78.
Born in Austria, Mrs.
Mayer lived 73 years in De-
troit. The company was
started on Washington
Blvd. downtown and later
move to its Livernois Ave.
location. She retired in 1973.
She was a 40-year member
of Temple Beth El, Women's,
American ORT, Hadassah
and Standard City Club.
She resided at 660 Whit-
more.
She leaves a son, Charles;
four brothers, Louis Kauf-
man, J. Kelly Kaufman of
Muskegon, Harry Kaufman
of New York and Ira Kau-
fman.

personnel in a manner com-
pletely free from discrimi-
nation on grounds of reli-
gion, race, national origin or
social condition."
On another question
raised by the AJCommittee
concerning restrictions on
travel by Jewish employes
of the bank to Saudi Arabia,
the bank explained that it
had been assured by the
Saudi Arabian government
that "when the bank wishes
to send a staff member in
behalf of the bank to Saudi
Arabia, no bar will be posed
to issuance of a visa on
grounds of religion."

Meanwhile, in Washing-
ton, the American Jewish
Congress challenged At-
torney General Edward H.
Levi to come up with
"viable alternatives`" to
legislation the Justice De-
partment has publicly op-
posed that would prohibit
the operation of the Arab
boycott in the United
States.

In a letter to the Attorney
General, Joseph B. Robison,
general counsel of the
AJCongress, said it was .
"time that the government
found effective means of
enforcing the anti-boycott
policy expressed in the Ex-
port Administration Act."
The American Jewish
Congress spokesman noted
that:
• The Justice Depart-
ment had testified at con-
gressional hearings in op-
position to legislation that
would make it a crime to
accede to coercion by for-
eign countries to boycott a
friendly nation;
• The Justice Depart-
ment had limited its own in-
volvement in anti-boycott
activity to dealing with viol-
ations of the Sherman Ati-
Trust Act; and
• The Justice Depart-
ment had advised Secretry
of Commerce Morton not to
furnish the House Commit-
tee on Interstate and For-
eign Commerce with infor-
mation in Commerce
Department files on Arab
demands that U.S. compa-
nies comply with the anti-
Israel boycott.

The Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith,
meanwhile, charged that
the "major problem beset-
ting equal opportunity
programs . . . is the fail-
ure of the federal compli-
ance agencies to adhere to
the basic constitutional
mandate of equal protec-
tion under the law."

According to Bernard A.
Kuttner, chairman of the
ADL's national discrimina-
tions committee, affirma-
tive action programs at
present offer "a sorry pic-
ture of biased enforcement
and selective non-enforce-
ment of the law."

Kuttner charged that
presidential executive or-
ders against religious dis-
crimination, issued by
past Presidents and reaf-
firmed by President Ford
— and similar regulations
and guidelines by the Of-
fice of Federal Contract
Compliance — "are being
ignored, on the whole, by
the contract compliance
agencies."

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