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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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BUSINESS CARDS

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EXPERIENCED
CARPENTER



BUSINESS CARDS

TELEVISION
SERVICE

Fine craftsmanship of all kinds.
All home repairs and remodeling.
Build additions, garages, patio
decks, fences and retainer walls.
Repair old doors and locks.

All work guaranteed
Licensed
Very Reasonable

Call HAROLD COHEN
968-7482

No Job Too Big or Small

Experienced

Licensed - Insured
Reasonable Rates

European painter &

RICHARD HYMAN

wallpaper hanger.

557-2896
HONEST ABE
CUSTOM PAINTING SINCE 1951
Exterior - Interior and
Stained Wood Refinishing

Vinyls,
grasscloths,
foils.

Licensed and Insured.
Free Estimates.
REFERENCES

557.7582

BLOWING FUSES?
SHORT CIRCUITED?

358-2893
NO JOB TOO SMALL
ATTENTION:

Kerr's will haul away for free in
any condition square top re-
frigerators, stoves, wood furni-
ture, household items, clothes,
tools, small appliances, TV's,
etc. also store fixtures and items.

Insured

355-5168

INTERIOR — EXTERIOR
PAINTING

Residential - Commercial
557-7960
968-1703
Reasonable. Guaranteed.
Free Estimates
FREE ESTIMATES
491-0761 24 hrs.
AIR CONDITIONING
BOB'S LANDSCAPING SERVICE
REPAIR
Reasonable rates
Single units and central.
Lawn Cutting
New installations. Fast
Lawn Edging
service.
Shrub Trimming
549-9539
Call 280-0850 or 557-5783

PRE-SEASON

SALE

Air-condition now
and save $$$$

Free flue damper with
furnace or air-
conditioner installa-
tion.

Free Estimates.

Joe Snyder

ACTIVAIRE

HEATING & COOLING

644-0336
Licensed & Insured
25 yrs. Experience

AMS

CUSTOM HOMES, INC.

• Custom Homes
• Room Additions
• Aluminum Siding &
Trim
• Kitchens & Baths
• Interior &
Exterior Repairs
• Complete Remodeling
• Free Estimates &
Plans

Call Allan
at 661-1780

INSURED
SERVICING
TRI-COUNTY AREA

892-3900

Aluminum & Vinyl Siding
Trims - Gutters

All types of Roofing Work
Shingles - Hot Asphalt

Carpentry - Plastering
Drywall - Painting

892-3900

Residential & Commercial

SOL'S

LICENSED

559-8045 pr 559-5336

Painting, Heating, Air-
Conditioning, Plumbing,
Electrical. All types of re-
pair work and improve-
ments.

Wallpapering & Painting Service

BUSINESS CARDS

* Insurance Repairs *
& Estimates

HANDY MAN JOE
"I Do It All —
No Job Too Small"

892-9331



Reasonable prices.

$ave on your next repair or in-
stallation need.

CALL DOCTOR ELECTRIC

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53—ENTERTAINMENT

SINGING Guitarist - Violinist.
$29.00. 968-5449.

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. 272-7586.

CALLIOPE AVAILABLE

Make your special event delight-
fully different. Graduations,
birthdays, picnics, block parties,.
whatever.

356-5120

Canadian Firm
Plans Railway

JERUSALEM (JNI) — A
Canadian government -
established company,
Canstract, hopes to con-
struct an extension of the
Negev Railway System to
facilitate potash exports.
Canstract is willing to in-
vest 37- million dollars in a
joint venture with the
Canadian Export Develop-
ment Corporation.

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PAINTING
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4 ` NO "SCHMEARING" *
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* All phases of custom*
* decorating.
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DEPENDABLE —
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* SATISFACTION GUARANTEED *
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Residential
- Commerical *
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References on Request - *

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Free Estimates *
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855-2099 Office
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851-9787 Home
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* GREAT LAKES LIMITED *
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•FURNITURE
REPAIR

Finishing - Upholstering

SPRING SPECIAL

Sofas, Chairs,
Tables, Bedrooms.
Minor Touch Up,
Button Replacement.
Chair Regluing.

from $14.95
FREE ESTIMATES

Call MEL

642-5682

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Payments to the National
Insurance Institue (NII)
should drop due to the large
surpluses accumulated in
the last few years, according
to NII's director-general
Rafi Roter.
Roter, with Labor and So-
cial Affairs Minister Israel
Katz told a joint press con-
ference last month that
payments should be reduced
to the level required for pay-
ing benefits for the next 5
years, a level which Roter
called one of the highest in
countries with welfare sys-
tems similar to Israel's.

Visitors Expected

Jewish Museum
Names Honorary
Host for Benefit

NEW YORK — Arthur
Levitt Jr., chairman of the
board of governors and chief
executive officer of the
American Stock Exchange
has been named honorary
chairman of the Celebrity
Cabaret Benefit at the
Jewish Museum.
The Celebrity Cabaret
Benefit is being held to raise
funds for exhibitions and
programs at the museum
and it will feature perform-
ances by cabaret artists
Alvin Epstein and Martha
Schlamme, Theodore Bikel
and Harpsichordist Judith
Norell. The benefit was held
this week.

Teachers Combat
KKK Efforts
Aimed at Kids

WASHINGTON — Con-
cern has been voiced by the
National Education Asso-
ciation (NEA) over the
latest recruiting drive by
the Ku Klux Klan — one
aimed primarily at school-
children.
The NEA will distribute
material promoting
classroom discussion about
the white supremacist
group to some 1.7 million
teachers, according to
Willard H. McGuire,
president of the association.
A recent article in the NEA
Reporter, the labor organ-
ization's magazine, claimed
that the KKK has at-
tempted to exploit racial
tensions in some schools
and has been distributing
recruitment flyers to stu-
dents.

AJC, Pepsi Cola
Sponsor Annual
Music Contest

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Congress
and the Pepsi Cola Com-
pany will sponsor an annual
competition for young
musicians.
Four prizes — two in vio-
lin and two in piano — of
$1,250 will be awarded and
each winner will be given a
solo recital at the 92nd
Street YM/YWHA. The
winners also will give con-
certs at synagogues and
Jewish community centers
throughout the metropoli-
tan area.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Military Government of the NY Group Cites
West Bank expects some
120,000 Arab visitors from `Shalom of Safed
all parts of the Arab world
NEW YORK — A public
will come to visit friends affairs television program
and relations in the region, produced by the American
crossing from Jordan dur- Jewish Committee, high-
ing the summer season.
lighting the life and
Visitors will be able to artwork of Jewish "naive"
stay in the area for up to artist Shalom of Safed, has
three months, and may tour been awarded second place
Israel during their stay.
for cultural programming
in an annual competition
sponsored
by the New York
UAHC Director
chapter of the Public Rela-
NEW YORK — Howard tions Society of America.
Bogot has been named asso-
"Shalom of Safed," was
ciate director of education originally broadcast over
and director of curriculum WPIX-TV (New York) on
development of the Union of Dec. 31, 1980, as part of the
American Hebrew Congre- weekly "Jewish Dimension"
gations.
series.

Friday, May 29, 1981 61

Felix Rosenzweig Dies at 64

Felix Rosenzweig, a nurs-
ing home owner who
actively supported Jewish
causes, among them the
American Red Magen
David for Israel, died May
22 at age 64.
Born in Poland, Mr.
Rosenzweig lived many
years in the Detroit area
prior to moving to Hallan-
dale, Fla.
He was the owner of the
David Nursing Home in De-
troit. He held membership
in Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Prime Minister's Club of Is-
rael Bonds and Bnai Brith.
He was awarded the Sword
of the Hagana by the state of
Israel through Israel Bonds
and was the past Israel
Bond chairman for the
Metro Detroit Council of
Bnai Brith. He was the past
president of Einstein Lodge
of Bnai Brith.
In
1976,
the
Rosenzweigs were hon-
ored at a testimonial
dinner for their efforts
on behalf of Magen David
Adorn." Mr. Rosenzweig
was on the executive
board of the Michigan
Region, ARMDI.

Mr. Rosenzweig was a
founder-member of Techn-
ion, contributing associate
of Weizmann Institute of
Science, member of the Na-
tional Patron Society of the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary and a recipient of the
gold menora award of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America.
He also was a member of
Shaarit Haplaytah, Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs
Committee, Zionist Organ-
ization of America, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress,
American Jewish Commit-
tee, Detroit Committee for
Soviet Jewry and Jewish
National Fund.
Mr. Rosenzweig also
was the chairman of the
Israel Bond Reinvest-
ment Committee and the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth.
He leaves his wife,
Frances; two sons, Michael
of Ann Arbor and Robert of
Washington, D.C.; two
daughters, Dena of Ann
Arbor and Miriam of
Florida; and a sister, Mrs.
David (Fay) Jezioro. Inter-
ment Detroit.

David Lewis of Canada,
Bettered Lot of Workers

MONTREAL (JTA) —
David Lewis, a founder and
former leader of the New
Democratic Party (NDP),
whose life was dedicated to
improving the conditions of
Canadian workers, died
May 23.
Born in Swislocz, Poland,
Mr. Lewis emigrated with
his family to Montreal at
age 12. He was a brilliant
student at the Baron Bying
High School in Montreal
and won a Rhodes schol-
arship at the age of 18.
In 1936, he joined the
Co-operative Common-
wealth Federation, the rad-
ical forerunner of the NDP,
and was the federation's na-
tional secretary for 12
years. In 1961, he helped
broaden the socialist
movement by transforming
it into the NDP.
Mr. Lewis was elected
to the House of Commons
in 1962 and in 1971 he be-
came the leader of the
NDP. He retired from
active politics in 1975 fol-
lowing his defeat in the
elections that year. After
his retirement, he 'taught

NY Teacher
Takes Award

NEW YORK — Jay
Sommer of New Rochelle,
N.Y., has been named 1981
National Teacher of the
Year in competition co-
sponsored by the Council of
Chief State School Officers,
Encyclopedia Britannica
and Good Housekeeping
Magazine.
Sommer, a Holocaust
survivor, teaches foreign
languages at New Rochelle
High School. He is the 30th
winner of the annual award.
Also among the four
finalists was Shoshana
Herzig, a teacher at
Moanalua High School in
Hololulu, Hawaii.

political science at the
University of Ottawa
until three weeks before
his death.
A powerful orator, Mr.
Lewis spoke both in the Par-
liament and in public meet-
ings in support of Israel,
which he visited on several
occasions. He also was a
leader in the Canadian
Jewish Congress.

`Intern' Program
Seeks Volunteers

NEW YORK — Positions
are now available with In-
terns for Peace, a program
of cooperation between
Arabs and Jews in Israel.
Internships begin on Aug.
31 and last for two years.
The community workers
who participate in the prog-
ram spend the first four
months of their internships
taking part in a preparation
period on Kibutz Barkai in
Israel. Teams of interns are
then assigned to paired
Arab and Jewish com-
munities in Israel's north-
ern district and spend the
next 20 months developing
cooperative projects that
both fill community needs
and enhance communica-
tion and interaction bet-
ween Israel's two largest
ethnic groups.
For information contact
Ms. B. J. Gluckstern, Dias-
pora Coordinator, Interns
for Peace, 150 Fifth Ave.,
Rm. 1002, New York, N.Y.
10011.

Cult Seminars

WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith International has
been awarded a grant of
$37,500 from the Aron and
Lillie Straus Foundation of
Baltimore to formulate and
conduct a series of seminars
dealing with the cult -phe-
nomenon.

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