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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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18 Friday, Ampitd, 1978

40—BUSINESS CARDS

Specializing In

ALUMINUM SIDING

Custom Trim, Gutters.

Reasonable, also painting & re-
roofing. Licensed & insured.

L.J. RODGERS
Home Improvements

399-1233

MAJOR APPLIANCE REPAIR

Refrigeration

Bob Mendelson

541-2239

OSBORNE
LOCAL MOVING

Licensed & Insured
Very reasonable rates.

Call 421-7774

HANDY MAN

HOME REPAIRS

Experienced
No job too small
Reasonable

353 - 3336 of 357 - 0241

METRO CARPET
& FLOOR SERVICE

Carpet steam cleaning,
wood-vinyl floor service. Up-
holstery cleaning.
Free Estimates.

541-0278

FURNITURE REPAIR
& REFINISHING

Complete bedroom &
dining room sets
Chair re-glueing
Coning & Rushing

K. KENT

THE DETROIT

Nuys

40—BUSINESS CARDS

WALL WASHING
(By Machine)
PAPER HANGING
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Insured

WELLS
366-5322
holn 324 or war ILK

MOVING?
YOUNG MEN

With furniture van will move
you expertly at economy rates.

Insured

288.4055

549-5116

CHUCK'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Patch Plastering
10 years experience.
Reasonable
Work guaranteed
292 3885
Professional interior &
exterior painting by
DICK WALKER

-

Phone 643-4993

for your free estimate.

REUBEN
CUSTOM
PAINTING
Free Estimates

542-1831

53 — ENTERTAINMENT

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731-6081

New Investment
Laws in Israel

NEW YORK — The
Knesset has passed legisla-
tion to liberalize the Israeli
economy and move closer to
a free enterprise system, fol-
lowing the floating of the Is-
raeli pound and the easing
of currency control last Oct.
28.
'One of the central fea-
tures of the new legislation
will be to safeguard North
American investors from
devaluation of local cur-
rency. "The purpose of the
new legislation is to
simplify and shorten the in-
vestment process, make in-
vestment benefits easier to
understand and receive,
free investors from
bureaucratic red tape, and
make investment in Israel
more profitable," according
to Uriel Lynn, director for
North America of the Israel
Investment Authority.
"It does so through a
series of changes in the Law
for the Encouragement of
Capital Investment and the
Law for the Encouragement
of Industry, simplification
of the approval process and
by making our program of
grants, tax benefits and
loans more attractive and
simpler to utilize," Lynn
continued.
In a further move to
simplify the investment
process, approval for the in-
vestment program will be
given without a feasibility
study. A feasibility study
will be carried out by the
bank after a loan applica-
tion has been filed.

Eminent Jews of Fiji Islands

Free Estimates

474-8953

F. W. STEWART
MOVING CO.

"THE MOVING MEN"

Professional courteous service.
Insured low rates. Excellent ref-
erences.

557 - 2208

TOBIAS
Plastering - Stucco - Texturing.
Specializing in plaster & drywall
repairs, water damage.

Reputable and Licensed

937-8374

,l‘i fiR7! 51

422-3764

PILLOW TALK
CARPET CLEANING
SERVICE
Carpets & upholstery pro-
fessionally steam
cleaned, stains & soil re-
moved. Velvet is my spe-
cialty. Fully insured.
Owner operated.
SEYMOUR
RUBENSTEIN

543-1406 or 967-1064

HEMS

HEMS

HEMS

398-1492

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

price.

FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

By WARREN FREEDMAN
early 1920s; and Philip
In the Fiji Islands, in the Samuel Solomon, editor of
capital city of Suva, Mark
the newspaper Fiji Times,
Israel is a member of the an acting attorney general,
city council. His father, and a member of the Fiji
Claude Israel, who died in Legislative Council.
his 80's in 1974, was a
Overlooking Suva Harbor
nephew of Sir Henry Marks,
is an old Jewish cemetery
who served as the Mayor of where these prominent Fiji
Suva in 1929. Sir Henry en- Jews are buried.
dowed a water fountain in
Suva Park as a memorial to
his brother, Gabriel Marks, Assimilation Is
a devout Jew who regularly
conducted religious services High in Europe
in his own home. JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Sir Henry had emigrated Most of Europe's Jewish
to Fiji from Australia, and communities are over-
established a large com- whelmed by assimilation,
mercial organization; he and more than 50 percent of
was a member of the Fiji the Jews marry non-Jews,
says Moshe Krone, head of
legislature for many years.
H. D. Thaw, a German the World Zionist Organiza-
Jew, today owns a jewelry tion's Torah Education and
and watch shop along Vic- Culture Department.
toria Parade where once Krone, who returned re-
many Jewish businessmen cently from a tour of Europe
had their stores. Rodney and the U.S., reported of the
Ackreman is another prom- "tragic situation" in dozens
of Jewish communities in
inent Fijian Jew.
Another eminent Jew smaller towns in Italy, West
of the Fiji Islands is Chief Germany, France and other
Justice Clifford Grant, countries. He said he prom-
who was knighted by ised some of those corn-
munities Jewish literature
Queen Elizabeth in the
honors she gave out dur- in various languages.
Krone praised an agree-
ing her Jubilee celebra-
ment the Jewish Agency
tion in 1977.
Suva's once prosperous signed two years ago with
J•wish community included Jewish organizations in Fr-
Abraham and Alfred Hort ante, which led to the open-
who operated a fleet of sail- ing of an additional 1,000
ing vessels; retail stores learning spaces in . Jewish
owned by Brodziaks, schools in metropolitan
Lazarus, Joske, Benjamin Paris. However, Krone
and Samuel, all Jews who noted, there was still a great
had come to Fiji from New need for Jewish educational
Zealand or Australia in the facilities in France.

r

OBITUARIES

grandchild.
* * *
SARAH FINEGOOD,
84, 15408 Northgate Blvd.,
Oak Park, died Aug. 1. Sur-
vived by two sons, Samuel
and Harold; three
daughters, Mrs. Warren
(Fay Libby) Delson of
Studio City, Calif., Mrs.
Jack (Evelyn) Keil and Mrs.
Ralph (Esther) Cardinale of
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; 11
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
* 5 *
MILTON S. GOLD, 53,
former Detroiter of Tar-
zana, Calif., died July 27.
SurviA-cl by his wife, Helen;
three daughters, Sheryl and
Shelly of Southfield and
Glori; a brother, Iry of West
Bloomfield; and a sister,
Mrs. George (Diana)
Bogorad of West Bloom-
field. Interment California.
* 5 *
DR. ELY W. HARELIK,
80, 27435 Greenfield,
Southfield, died July 31.
Survived by four daughters,
Mrs. Henry (Audrey)
Koloff, Mrs. Arthur (Norma
Jean) Shufro, Mrs. Leone
Berman of Fountain Valley,
Calif., and Mrs. Robert
(Alisanne) Clifton; and 10
grandchildren.
* 5 *
GERTRUDE KLEIN,
75, 15075 W. Lincoln, Oak
Park, died July 29. Sur-
vived by her husband, Mor-
ris; three sons, Herbert
Capp and Dr. Sheldon Capp
both of Greenwich, Conn.,
and Jerome Capp of Flush-
ing, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs.
Maurice (Elaine S.) Fried;
two brothers, Sam Ham-
burger of California and Dr.
Albert C. Hamburger; three
sisters, Mrs. Minnie Can-
vasser, Mrs. Nettie Wein-
garten and Mrs. Henry
(Rose) Cohen; six grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.
* 5 *
SAM KLEIN, 89, former
Detroiter of Miami Beach,
Fla., died June 19. Survived
by his wife, Ethel; two
daughters and five grand-
children. Interment Miami
Beach.
* 5 *
New Members
LOU KROHNER, 77,
NEW YORK (JTA) — died July 27. He leaves a
The United Jewish Appeal son, Howard E.; a daughter,
of Greater New York, Mrs. Herbert (Paula)
Emunah Women of Diamond; three brothers,
America and the Women's Jack of Tucson, Ariz., Irwin
Branch of the Union of Or- of Chicago and Harry; two
thodox Jewish Congrega- sisters, Mrs. Samuel (Li-
tions, have become the lyan) Lewis of San Diego,
newest members of the Calif., and Dorothy of
Jewish Community Rela- Chicago; five grandchildren
tions Council of New York, and one great-
bringing to 26 the number granddaughter.
* 5 *
of member agencies.
ESTHER F. MAJZEL,
78, former Detroiter of
Lauderdille Lakes, Fla.,
AJC Director
died July 28. She leaves her
Visits Australia
husband, Israel; and two
• NEW YORK — Yehuda brothers, Dr. Louis Eisen-
Rosenman, director of the berg of Milwaukee, Wis.,
American Jewish Commit- and Dr. Sam Eisenberg of
tee's Communal Affairs De- Akron, Ohio; nieces,
partment, is visiting the nephews, grandnieces and
Jewish community of Au- grandnephews. Interment
stralia for three weeks to Detroit.
give a series of lectures and
seminars for the Jewish
MICHAE L MARWIL,
Communal Appeal of Au- 41, died July 28. He leaves
stralia.
two brothers, William of

ANNA BARON, 89,
31525 Franklin Fairway,
Farmington Hills, died July
31. Survived by a son, Ben of
Shaker Heights, Ohio; a
daughter, Mrs. Morris
Usher; a sister, Mrs. Goldie
Lopata; seven grandchil-
dren; and five great-
grandchildren.
* * *
SOL BERG, 67, former
Detroiter of Anaheim,
Calif., died July 29. Sur-
vived by three brothers,
Karl, Irving and Leo; and
three sisters, Mrs. Esther
Zimmerman, Mrs. David
(Shirley) Parsky and Mrs.
Laura Shell of Irvine, Calif.
* * *
PAUL BRICKNER, 79,
15539 Addison, Southfield,
died July 27. Survived by
two sons, Abraham and
Sidney; a daughter, Mrs.
Stewart (Lee) Kepes; three
brothers, Samuel, Daniel
and Mike; a sister, Mrs.
Ansel (Ann) Shiffman; 13
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
* * *
MICHAEL S. DAVID-
SON, 22, 23841 Norwood,
Oak Park, died July 29. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin H. (Rose)
Davidson; two brothers,
Richard and Brian; and his
grandmothers, Mrs. Julius
(Esther) Davidson of Miami
Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Wil-
liam (Rebecca) Yellen of
Waukegan, Ill.
* *
JAY SHELDON EDER,
25, died July 31. He leaves
his father, Sidney T. Eder,
and his mother, Marta
Sheldon Eder.
* *
ELI EIDEL, 59, 20239
Trinity, Detroit, died July
28. Survived by his wife,
Margaret; two daughters,
Mrs. Joseph (Fern Belinda)
Weinberg and Marilyn
Julie; and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
MANUEL ENGEL, 81,
24320 Ridgedale, Oak Park,
died July 31. Survived by a
son, Marvin; five grand-
children and one great-

an
Ohio,
Dayton,
Jonathan of Ann Arbor.
* 5 *
IRVING G. PANTZE
60, 21640 Westhampto
Oak Park, died July 3
Survived by his wi
Esther; three daughte
Mrs. Sheldon (Leno
"Lori") Rakotz, Mrs. Bru
(Karen) Lazar and Mr
Allan (Rhona) Anchill;
brother, George L. of Lar
Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Be
(Kate) Kaatz; and fi
grandchildren.
* 5 *
LESTER MILLER,
23340 Riverside Dr., Sou
field, died July 31. Surviv
by his wife, Sally; two so
Robert B. and Richard A.
Lake Worth, Fla.; a daug
ter, Mrs. Ronald (Lind
Columbus of Deerfiel
Beach, Fla.; a sister,
Jack (Madeline) Udow
Sarasota, Fla.; and fou
grandchildren.
* 5 *
GERTRUDE SUBR
81, 24611 Kipling, 0
Park, died July 30. Su
vived by her husban
Burah; a son, Mayer;
daughter, Mrs. Allan (H
riet) Gelfand; two brothe
Arthur Ennis of Baltimo
Md., and Ralph Ennis
Hamilton, Ont.; and a si
ter, Mrs. Eva Chalet
California.
* 5 *
MOLLIE TINTEN
FISH, 90, 19100 W. Seve
Mile, died July 30. Surviv
by a daughter, Mrs. Josep
(Ruth) Soverinsky;
brother, Isadore Liss of
Angeles, Calif.; eigh
grandchildren; and seve
great-grandchildren.
* 5 *
ABE TRIFLER, 63,
Toronto, Ontario, Canad
died July 28. Survived b
his wife, Ruth; three so
Leonard, Howard an
Gerry; a daughter, Mrs
Edwin (Brenda) Sokoloff;
brother, Harvey of Florid
four sisters, Mrs. Sol ( Ri
Ager of Southfield, Mr
Sam (Nancy) Ager of Hu
tington Woods, Mrs. Sa
(Estelle) Sternberg of 0
Park and Mrs. Sara Cohe
of Oak Park; and seve
grandchildren. Interme
Toronto.
* * *
STUA RT
JA
WEINER, 17, 30086 01
Bedford, Farmington Hill
died July 30. Survived
his father, Dr. Gershon
his mother, Mrs. Irwi
(Myra) Goodman; tw
brothers, Bruce Weiner an
Joel Goodman; two siste
Sandra Weiner and Am
Goodman; and his grandpa•
rents, Mrs. Phyllis Weine
and Abe Levenson; and h
great-grandmother, Mrs
Rose Goldberg.
*
ALEX WOLF, 74, 23111
Itadclift„ Oak Park, died
July 29. Survived by his
wife, Rose; a soh, Lawrence;
a daughter, Mrs. Ernst
Marsha) Gurwich of Park
Forest, Ill.; a brother, Wil-
liam of University Heights,
Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Libby
Weinzweig; and two grand-
children.

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