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March 19, 1982 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

TAILOR/SEAMSTRESS
Specializing in clothing
alterations. W. Bloomfield,
Bloomfield, Birmingham
area.
851-3453

Sales

LOCKS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

ROOFING

All Roof Leaks Stopped.

NEW ROOFS - 30% OFF

Guaranteed.

Licensed

Service

,References

532-5168

(Deadbolts installed)

CHIMNEY REPAIRS

PHIL 728-0356

All Tuck Pointing.
Chimneys - rebuilt, re-
paired, new. Cleaned &
screened. Roof leaks.
Licensed & Insured.

RENT A MAVEN
me and Appliance Re-
pair
And Remodeling For Less
Call 967-3559

Ask For The Maven

ARTHUR CHAFETS
Furniture
finishing.
Prompt repair service.
Upholstering, weaving,
cabinet and carpet repair.
399-1724

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture cleaning.
Wall washing, custom painting
interior-exterior.

541-0278
EXPERIENCED
CARPENTER

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

No Job Too Big or Small

Licensed - Insured
Reasonable Rates

RICHARD HYMAN

557-2896
EXPERT CARPENTER

Complete remodeling, repairs or
alterations. Kitchen, den, base-
ment, family room. Formica
work. Reasonable.

354-6473

C.C. KIRBY CONST.
Brick, block, stone.
Free Estimates
Licensed
363-9714
WALL WASHING

(By Machine)
We clean dirt cheap
Special discounts to senior citizens,
retirees and disabled.
Insured
WELLS

366-5322

HOME REPAIRS
Outstanding carpentry
liscellaneous
e xperienced

Roofing
Electrical
Painting
And drywall
Including gutters
Rec Rooms
Storm Windows
553-0689
967-4063

FREE ESTIMATES

C. A. NORRIS

LICENSED BUILDER

532-5168

ROOFING & SIDING

• Custom Trim
• Awnings
• Storms
• Insolation

• Seamless Gutters
• Pordi Enclaves
• Replacement *Wows
• Esau & Fiberglass

Free Estimates

Licensed

Insured

Ken Cameron

CAM-FIELD, INC.

542-2609

HANDY-MAN JOE

For almost all of yoru re-
pair needs including heat-
ing, plumbing, electric,
carpentry, etc.

Insured
Call Mon.-Fri. 8-8
355-5168

c m.

'Movingrwm"N

EXPERT MOVING

AND STORAGE

Local - Statewide

Home - Office

Full Service Moves

or Just the Big Items

588-7474

Eves Call 588-1228

SIMPLIFY
YOUR SUMMER
Have a greener, heal-
thier, more weed free
lawn this year!

Why not have the
best for less?
Servicing The
Northern Suburbs

SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR THOSE
SMALL OAK PARK LAWNS

Complete - Convenient -
Reliable.
Prompt, exact price quotes.

GREENER STILL
LAWN SPRAY

Licensed & Insured
538-4500
548-9218

40—BUSINESS CARDS

MR. FIX-IT ALL
Complete home repair.
Electric.
Plumbing & Locks.
Auto sprinklers, alarms.
PAINTING SPECIAL
Spring Low Prices
ARON
US 1-8575

QUALITY HOME REPAIRS
Wood Decks. Roofing,
Siding. Patios. Drives of
Brick or Concrete. Cement
Repairs. We do anything
in general maintenance.
Residential & Commercial

Frank Anthony
Call 476-3498

51—MISCELLANEOUS

ATTORNEY NEEDED for United
States Postal Service workers
compensation claim, discrimina-
tion based on physical handicap
and VA comp. appeal. Well
documented —prefer specialist.

399-4894

53—ENTERTAINMENT

. FREDDY SHEYER TRIO. Rea-
sonable. 968-5449.

VERSATILE sophisticated party
'music. 272-7586.

SPACE AGE
COMPUTER PICTURES
Taken of your guests at Bar
Mitzvas, weddings, promo-
tional parties, etc.
Call 863-7736 for info
BIG BANDS PLUS
Customized tapes for all
occasions. • Sophisti-
cated Moods • Disco
• Rock & Roll.
474-8084
559-6898

ENRICH YOUR SIMCHA
(Happy Occasion)
With the melodious and
dynamic Israeli, English
and Yiddish folk singer
and guitarist.
399-0079

Irving Berlin, Billy Joel,
George Gershwin at your
next party.
Piano Bar Stylings by
Jeff Lindau
Singing! Dancing! Reminiscing!
Thousands of Tunes
Need a Piano? I'll bring mine.
Call 646-9531

Film Documents
Pen - Pal Project

NEW YORK — A film de
tailing the Black - Jewish
Information Center's pen-
pal project between black
children from an inner-city
Los Angeles school and Is-
raeli youngsters from a
rural area along the border
with Jordan has been pro-
duced by the center.
The film, "We Are All
One People," documents the
success of the project.
The movie is available in
45 and 28 minute versions.
For information about
purchase or rental, contact
Film Fair Communications,
10900 Ventura Blvd.,
Studio City, Calif. 91604.

Friday, March 19, 1982 61

Holocaust Survivors' Children
to Keep Alive Parents' Legacy

By HEIDI PRESS

Vowing not to let the
world be silent again, mem-
bers of constituent organi-
zations of the International
Network of Children of
Jewish Holocaust Sur-
vivors, Inc., met last
weekend at the main
Jewish Community Center
to discuss their programs
and goals.
Menachem Rosensaft,
president of the interna-
tional network which grew
out of last summer's World
Gathering of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors in Is-
rael, said the organization
had three ultimate goals.
"The principle priority,"
he said, "is providing us
with a unified voice and be-
coming a moral and con-
structive force in the Jewish
and general community."
A second goal was to
take over the perpetua-
tion of commemorative
activities, such as in the
building of Holocaust
memorial centers.
Finally, the group hopes
to provide the local organi-
zations with "coordination,
cohesion and contact" and to
encourage new groups.
"We don't want to usurp
the role of local organiza-
tions," Rosensaft said. "We
want to strengthen them."
Hosted in Detroit by
CHAIM — Children of
Holocaust Survivors As-
sociation in Michigan— the
international network in-
cluded in its agenda discus-
sion of activities on behalf of
the Ethiopian Jews,.
Asked why the chil-
dren of the survivors are
taking up the cause of the
Falashas rather than
Soviet Jews, Rosensaft
replied:
"There is already a strong
movement for Soviet Jews,
and we support it. The
Falashas are basically ig-
nored.
"We cannot sit here in

Israel Blasts
Soviet Bias

GENEVA (JTA) — The
head of the Israeli delega-
tion to the United Nations
Human Rights Commission
delivered a strong denunci-
ation of Soviet anti-
Semitism this week. The Is-
raeli envoy, Ambassador
Ovadia Soifer, spoke in the
course of debate on "serious
violations of human rights
in the world."
But an equally strong
speech expected from the
United States on the treat-
ment of Jews in the USSR,
did not materialize. Al-
though Jacob Stein, who
was President Reagan's
special adviser on Jewish
affairs until last January,
was sent to Geneva to speak
out on the subject, the U.S.
delegation deferred to the
Commission chairman's
appeal to limit speeches be-
cause of the shortage of
time.
The American statement
was circulated as an official
document.

MENACHEM ROSENSAFT

1982 and criticize the world
during the Second World
War for being silent . . . we
won't be silent and we won't
let the world be silent
again."
He added that the inter-
national network is becom-
ing involved in many
human rights areas "not
exclusively Jewish human
rights."
More than 35 delegates
joined their Detroit coun-
terparts. Representa-
tives were on hand from
New York, Chicago,
Cleveland, Miami,
Washington and Boston.
Asked if any non-Jews
were involved in the inter-
national network, which
has representatives in
Europe, Israel and Canada,
Rosensaft said he knew of
one, the son of German
Quakers who were interned
by the Nazis.
Headquartered in New
York, the international
network counts about 3,000
members. A newsletter will
soon be published.
Born in a displaced per-
sons camp in Bergen -
Belsen, Rosensaft, a New
York attorney, is the son of
the late president of the
World Federation of Bergen
- Belsen Associations. His
mother, Dr. Hadassah
Bimko Rosensaft, is a
member of the United
States Holocaust Memorial
Council.
Asked what the future
holds, Rosensaft said
plans are in the offing for
an international confer-
ence in June 1983. He

said that pieces of crea-
tive writing by children
of survivors are being
collected to be published
in a volume for the occa-
sion.
Detroiters Bernard Kent.
and Charley Silow, presi-
dent of CHAIM, are on the
international network's
executive committee. Kent
is the head of the internal
affairs committee.
Silow talked about why
the children felt a need to
organize.
"It was a part of my iden-
tity that was not talked a-
bout. I wanted to talk to
others in the same boat.
"Coming together felt
like we were a commun-
ity. We talked about our
similarities. We wanted
to educate the commun-
ity."
Howard Butnick of New
York, treasurer of the in-
ternational network, who
came to the Detroit meeting
with his wife Elyse, said
that by organizing "we had
an opportunity to fill a void
of information. We had to
educate ourselves."
Rosensaft added: "We are
the keepers of the Holocaust
legacy — the keepers of the
culture destroyed in the
Holocaust.
"We have an obligation to
do something with our lives.
We have to perpetuate (the
memory) of what happened
and make sure it never hap-
pens again."
Asked if he had a mes-
sage, Rosensaft replied:
"The message is to the
community and to ourselves
— never to forget."

\

Human Rights
Funding Urged

NEW YORK — The New
York Chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee has
urged the New York State
Legislature to approve
additional funds for the
State Division of Human
Rights, saying that cur-
tailment of federal funds
for anti-discrimination pro-
grams had made it "impera-
tive" that New York inten-
sify its efforts in the area of
civil rights.

Bar-Ilan Friends Gather

Col. (res.) Yosef Shiftan, right, former commander
of the Israel Defense Force's largest computer unit,
met with Bar-Ban University Friends of Detroit to
discuss programs at Bar-Ilan, particularly its compu-
ter section. Pictured with Shiftan, are, from left: Paul ;
Zlotoff, education chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Pearlman, hosts.

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