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April 18, 1980 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

62 Friday, April 18, 1980

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

LADIES' ALTERATIONS. 20
years experience. Reasonable.
968-8490 mornings.

BE ENERGY WISE
&
broken
Replace
steamed-up insulated
glass. All types of glass &
mirror work.
545-4913

INVITATIONS addressed by
Joyce. 661-0932.

HEMS. Skirts and pants. 569-
7373.

INTERIOR-EXTERIOR
PAINTING
Nall washing. Quality
work. Reasonable rates.

DOUG'S Painting Service. Patch
plaster. Work all areas. Reason-
able. 675-0852.

ADDRESSING envelopes in cal-
ligraphic style. Any occasion.
Cindy. 280-2945, 559-2942.

Call after 4 pm

537-3208
ARE YOU MOVING?

CERTIFIED locksmith, expert
service. Commercial-residential
- Auto. Reasonable rates. 968-
KEYS

We will sell your furniture and
contents.

DOORBELLS repaired. $5.00
plus parts. Electric work. 967-
0510.

Ruth Weiss
544-3744
or Helen Keeler
549-8754

WALLPAPER REMOVING.
Reasonable. Free estimates.
Call after 5 p.m. 544-3118

PROFESSIONAL CALLIGRAPHER

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.
Reasonable. Call 557-8981.

hmeratire designer of levitation, stabile:icy,
baby Hulk-yes & special commission. Spe-
cializiog io Hebrew lettering.

AZIR PAINTING &
DECORATING
Interior-Exterior
Free Estimates
Reasonable Rates
Call 477-4786

For appointment
call 355-0105
A & J
PLUMBING CO.

$10

with
this
ad

Total charges for service,
call and 1/2 hour of work!

SEWER CLEANING
ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS

Repairs, replacement, remodeling.
Licensed - Insured - References

363-2345

24 .heiur

. sem ce /"..

BLOOMFIELD

POWER RAKING
SPRING CLEANING

SOUTHFIELD

HUNTINGTON WOODS

354-4364
PETER FRIEDMAN

Reasonable

Call for estimates

K & M
PAINTING & WALLPAPERING

EUGENE

Let our INSURED professional
painters beautify your home or
office today.Interior-Exterior

Free Estimates
642-8929

ANNETTE
Quality Answering Service

• 24 Hour Telephone Service
• Low Rates

557-5777

545-8753

WALLPAPER
HANGING
and
PAINTING

661-5151

28145 Greenfield
Southfield, Mich. 48075

After 6 P.M.

NORTHWEST
HOME IMPROVEMENT

We specialize in: Carpentry &
drywall, wallpaper hanging.

Quality work & low prices are our
trademark. Free estimates.

CALLIGRAPHY
BY LAURA
Several styles of hand let-
tering for special occa-
sions.
661-2770

INSULATED

UMINUM
SIDING
• Custom Trim

• Seamless Gutters
• Reroofing
Replacement Windows

"Rodgers does
it right"

Licensed-In sured
Reasonab le

L.J. RODGERS

Home Improvements

HUNTINGTON WOODS

399-1233

40—BUSINESS CARDS

ROOFING & SIDING
by CAM-FIELD INC.

Free Estimates

NEW YORK — The
Jewish National Fund
Council of Minnesota will
honor Vice President Wal-
ter F. Mondale and Israel
Minister of Defense Ezer
Weizman at a testimonial
dinner marking Israel's
32nd anniversary and the
first anniversary of the
signing of the peace treaty
with Egypt, in Minneapolis
on 'April 27.
Both men will receive the
Friends of Israel Award "in
recognition of their long and
close association with the
development of the state of
Israel and their contribu-
tion to Israel's freedom, in-
dependence, and peace."
Weizman will also be pre-.
sented with the Regent's
Distinguished Interna-
tional Service Award of the
University of Minnesota, on
behalf of the Hubert H.
Humphrey Institute of Pub-
lic Affairs, at a special con-
vocation at the university
on April 28.

CALLIGRAPHY

Hyatt Presidency
to Pritzker Son

10% off 1979 prices during April.
Free roof inspections. Work
guaranteed. Licensed. Free es-
timates.

Call 542-2609
BEAT THE HEAT
AIR-CONDITIONING
SPRING SPECIAL
Cleaning, check & start-up

Call for appt. now

GEM HEATING &
AIR CONDITIONING
626-0222

PASTEL PAINTING

Free Estimates

Call Garry Weinberg
652-8723 or 356-0445
QUALITY CUSTOM PAINTING
Interior & Exterior
Reliable with references.
Satisfaction Guaranteed

398-1053

Invitations, certificat3s, awards.
Any handwork beautifully done.
Reasonable.

GAIL
967-4157

Removal of all types of
Wallpaper
INSURED

ARNOLD GOLDIN

356-0499

Announcements, certifi-
cates, invitations,
envelopes, beautifully
hand written. Choice of
styles. Original art work.
355 5071
Professional Bathroom &
Kitchen Remodeling. We
specialize in Whirlpools,
Saunas, Custom Tile
Work, Handmade
Cabinets and Skylights.

-

We perfer to do the COM-
PLETE job.

For Free Estimate call

FRIEDMAN BLDG. CO .
566-1547
ARTHUR CHAFETS
Furniture finishing,
Prompt repair service.
Cabinets, upholstery,
weaving, carpet repair.
399-1724

ALEX STRIM

CUSTOM PAINTING &
DECORATING
Interior-Exterior
Free Estimates
545 3357 call anytime

-

53—ENTERTAINMENT

•SINGING guitarist, violinist plus
Disco tapes. 398-2462.
VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. 272-7586.

Your individual Astrology
chart erected and read.
WHAT'S MAPPED OUT FOR YOU?

By appt.

287-3939

11..1

VP, Weizman
Cited by JNF

NEW YORK — Thomas
J. Pritzker, 29, has been
named president of Hyatt
Corp. Pritzker succeeds his
father, Jay A. Pritzker, 57,
who will continue as chair-
man and chief executive
officer.
Hyatt is privately owned
by the Pritzker family and
operates 51 hotels in the
United States and 41 hospi-
tals around the world.
As president, Pritzker
will be in charge of Hyatt's
construction of 15 new
hotels during the next two
years. He is also a partner in
Pritzker and Pritzker, the
family law firm.

Seminary Picks
Three Honorees

NEW YORK — Three
American Jews will be hon-
ored at the 86th annual
commencement exercises of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America May
11. Ambassador Sol M.
Linowitz of Washington,
D.C. will be awarded an
honorary doctor of laws de-
gree, Samuel M. Melton of
Columbus, Ohio, will re-
ceive an honorary doctor of
Hebrew letters, and Nor-
man Podhoretz of New York
City will be granted an hon-
orary doctor of letters.
Ambassador Linowitz is
U.S. special envoy to the au-
tonomy negotiations. He is
a former chairman of the
board of overseers and the
board of directors of the
seminary.
Melton is chairman of
the board of governors and
founder of the Melton Re-
search Center at the semi-
nary.
Podhoretz is the editor-
in-chief of Commentary
Magazine and the author of
four books.

When a man has been
guilty of any vice of folly,
the best atonement he can
make for it is to warn others
not to fall into the like.
Addison

Friend to Jews and to Israel,
Existentialist Sartre Dies

PARIS (JTA) — Jean-
Paul Sartre, the French
philosopher who dominated
the Western intellectual
world for several decades,
died April 15 at age 74. A
humanist, liberal and polit-
ical activist, he had always
been keenly interested in
Judaism and fought some of
the battles in favor of perse-
cuted Jews. In recent years,
however, and especially
since his trip to Israel on the
eve of the Six-Day War, he
also backed Palestinian
demands for self-
determination.
There were three people
at his bedside when he died
Tuesday night as a result of
pulmonary edema: His
companion Simone de
Beauvoir, his adopted
daughter Arlette
Lekhayam and a close
friend and favorite biog-
rapher Liliane Siegal. The
fact that two out of three,
his daughter and Mrs.
Siegal, are Jews is symbolic
of his lifelong preoccupa-
tion, some say obsession,
with Jews.
Drafted into the French
Army in 1940 as a second
class private, he spent sev-
eral years as a prisoner of
war in Germany. He even-
tually escaped with forged
papers and joined the
French resistance move-
ment. While in the POW
camp, he spent his time
reading the works of Ger-
man philosophers, but also
managed to obtain a first-
hand knowledge of Nazism
and its methods.
Shortly after the war,
1946, he published
"Thoughts on the Jewish
Problem," which he later
summed up by quoting
the writer Richard
Wright who said "There
is no black problem in the
States. There is a white
one." According to
Sartre, the same applied
to Jews. It was not they
who were a problem, but
those who were against
them. In his book, Sartre
went one step further
claiming that a Jew is
someone considered as
such by anti-Semites.
His interest with every-
thing concerning Jews con-
tinued. In most of his books
or plays, the Jewish theme
is somewhere present even
if only hinted at. By the late
'50s, his interest spread to
Israel. He backed Israel to
the hilt and even after his
visit to Israel in early 1967
he supported Israel's pre-
emptive strike. "Each coun-
try has the right to defend
itself in the way it thinks
best suitable," he told
friends at the time.
A leftist, he had con-
demned Soviet intervention
in Budapest in 1956 and in
1968 he was forceful in de-
nouncing the Prague re-
pression.
Throughout the years
both he and his compan-
ion, Simone de Beauvoir,
were active in all cam-
paigns on behalf of per-
secuted Jews, whether in
the Soviet Union, Syria or
Ethiopia. A few years

,

ago, while already half-
blind and plagued by var-
ious serious diseases, he
was still always ready to
personally demonstrate
in favor of human and
Jewish rights wherever -)
they might be in danger.
In recent years, while
avoiding public statements
on this subject — with
Simone de Beauvoir
squarely backing Israel —
he privately told friends and
admirers that Israel should
recognize PalestiniRn
rights
to
determination.

Pinhas Levin,
Aguda Leader

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Rabbi Pinhas Levin, a vete-
ran leader of the world
Aguda movement, died
April 12 at age 80.
The son of the leading
pre-war Polish Rabbi
Hanoch Hacohen of Bandin
and brother of the longtime
world Aguda chairman and
Israeli Minister and Knes-
set member Meir Levin,
Rabbi Levin was himself
active in Aguda affairs from
an early age in pre-war
Europe.
Arriving in Palestine in
1940, Rabbi Levin im-
mediately set about
creating here the Beth
Jacob Orthodox educa-
tion network for girls
which Hitler was de-
stroying together with
the rest of European
Jewry. For many years
Rabbi Levin himself
headed the main Beth
Jacob Teachers Semi-
nary in Jerusalem.
A broadly cultured man
whose hobby was painting
(he took his brushes and
easel with him wherever he
travelled), Rabbi Levin also
edited the Orthodox literary
monthly Beth Jacob and, for
a time, the Aguda daily
Hamodia. He was a scion of
the Hasidic House of Gur.

Levi Grunwald,
Hasidic Rabbi

NEW YORK (JTA)
—Rabbi Levi Grunwald,
who in 1941 established the
first Hasidic congregation
in the Williamsburg section
of Brooklyn, Arugati:
Habosem, died April 12 at
age 87.
Rabbi Grunwald also
founded the Arugath
Habosem Yeshiv- and
Mesifta in drg.
He is credited 'by hasidic
leaders with pressing for
the establishment of
3 in
kosher-processing
the United States.
Born in Khust, then in
Austria-Hungary, now in
the Ukraine, Rabbi Grun-
wald received his religious
training from his father,
Rabbi Moshe Grunwald.
After serving as rabbi in 1
Orsawa, Romania, he be-
came the leader of a congre-
gation of Tzelemmer, Au-
stria, and was known since
then as the "Tzelemmer Re-
bbe." He came to Brooklyn
in 1938.

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