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March 29, 1968 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-29

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Mt MIMI JLWISH NUYS

ervicenien's Passover Observances
rranged by ,JWB at Army Posts

46—Friday, March 29, 1968

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

GREENFIELD-7 MI. AREA

LARGE LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE.

Same owner for 19 years. Money
Maker. $20,000 dn. plus dollar for
dollar for stock. M. Borsen.

Penn Realty

LI 8-1900

DELICATESSEN FOR SALE 1
NORTHWEST SECTION
OWNER WISHES TO RETIRE
20211 WEST 7 MILE ROAD
CLOSED MONDAYS

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BUSINESSES FOR SALE

Delicatessen. Northwest. Excellent 1
return for 2 partners. Owner will !
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Liquor Store and Groceries. North 1

suburban. Owner neglecting busi- i
I ness. Priced for quick sole.

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Kentucky Fried Chicken. Good re- i
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Top
Northwest
location.'

$8,500 handles.

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50—BUSINESS CARDS

PAINTING and decorating. All work
guaranteed. References. TY 7.2501.

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. All types—Resi-
dential, commercial. EL 6-7228.

DRIVING LESSONS

Rates ale $14 per 11/2 hr. lesson.
Help with written test as needed.
Details any day before 10 a.m.

MR. KURTZ, 341 - 9046
WEST SIDE ADULT DRIVER ED.

CARPENTRY WORK — Specializing in
recr. rooms and outside work. I.
Schwartz. BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.

Benjamin M. Laikin, well known selection of Singer as a speaker:
Passover observances by Jewish Da Nang, Nha Trang and Saigon,
Detroit Zionist leader, who for "It is your duty to elevate your
military personnel throughout the where there are facilities to ac- more than 30 years has been active members culturally not to cater
world will range from group Seders' commodate large numbers of Viet- in literary circles and in sponsor- to those who like this kind of
nam Jewish personnel.
for men able to come together in
The more than 330 full and part- ing projects in support of literary book. Don't tell me he is a good
large numbers to Solo Seders for time Jewish chaplains served by efforts and writers, this week ex- writer! Nice writing does not make
men at isolated outposts or on JWB's Commission on Jewish pressed strong resentment against a great book, or even a good book.
assignments in Vietnam which Chaplaincy will conduct Passover extension of invitations to novelists The irony of it is that Yiddish lit-
prevent them from joining other services in the United States and whose themes deal primarily with erature was always an ethical
Jews. This year, Passover begins at 70 overseas installations. These sex to be speakers at con- literature, clean and free of por-
at sundown April 12 and ends at points include Ankara, Turkey; gregational meetings. He especial- nography. You had to choose the
Vicenza, Italy; Frankfort , Heidel_ ly protested against the invitations one who is the exception."
sundown April 20.
In his statement Laikin wrote:
The National Jewish Welfare berg, Ramstein, Kaiserslautern, I that are widely given to Isaac
Board has sent Passover supplies I Munich and Stuttgart, Germany; I Bashevis Singer and others who, "For almost 2,000 years the
for servicemen and their depend- the United Kingdom, Korea, Oki- he maintains, "wallow in sex, por- Christian church painted the Jew
ents to more than 600 overseas and nawa, the Philippines, Hawaii, tray characters (all Jewish) as as a devil with horns and tail.
They succeeded very well in
domestic military installations and Panama Canal Zone and Alaska, sexual psychopaths."
Laikin declared in his protest spreading hatred against the Jew.
to Veterans Administration hospi- and missile bases in Greenland
to one congregation against the Now then the Christians are not
tals and other Federal facilities for and Spain.
reading Church publications, and
In addition to the chaplains,
hospitalized veterans. JWB is the
the church itself is not spreading
government-accredited agency for local JWB armed forces and vet-
Jew hatred, they find what they
religious, morale and welfare serv- erans' services committees, Jew- Wilson Offers British
ices to Jews in the U.S. Armed ish Community Centers affiliated Aid to Mid East Peace; crave in books written by Jews.
Is it a wonder that they like this
Forces and hospitalized Jewish with JWB, regional JWB consult-
kind of books? Whose books should
ants, synagogues and other Jewish Belgian Repeats Plan
veterans.
they read to satisfy their image
Chaplains Franklin C. Breslau, Community organizations have ar-
LONDON (JTA) — Prime Min- of the Jew, Streicher or Kichka?
Sholom I. Gliksman, Sheldon M. ranged for a number of Passover
Kirsch and Gerry J. Rosenberg observances by men in uniform, ister Harold Wilson pledged that That's not cricket now. Instead,
his government "is ready and they have Jewish author's who
will conduct large-scale Seders in as well as for home hospitality.
determined to do whatever is pos- write in their favorite style.
"And so Jewish English writers
sible to help bring about an equit-
able and peaceful solution to the become best sellers. So far so
problems of the Middle East."
good. The Christians can read
His statement was contained in about Jews' secret cravings; and
a message of greeting to the Poale Jewish writers make money. They
NEW YORK—Dr. Mordecai Mar- that Hebrew heretics of that time
Zion (Labor Zionist) party of are all happy.
"The tragedy is that Jewish
galioth, professor of Midrashic and played the horses, prayed to Great Britain on the occasion of
readers of those books accept them
Greek gods and devised methods their 62nd annual conference.
Gaonic literature at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America, to become invisible.
The prime minister thanked the as good literature. Most of them
died Sunday in Jerusalem. He was
Born in WarsaW, Dr. Margalioth Labor Zionists for "your valued do not know Judaism, its religion,
58.
went to Palestine as a child and part in the work of the Labor its culture, its history. Naturally,
when they read non-Jews' praise
Dr. Margalioth had gone to Jeru- obtained his PhD from the Hebrew Party."
salem two weeks ago when he rea- University in 1937.
Meanwhile, in Brussels, Paul of a book about Jews, they rush
out to buy it.
lized he had terminal cancer, a
He was a visiting professor at Struye, chairman of the Belgian
"This is- the tragedy of Ameri-
spokesman for the seminary said. the Jewish Institute of Religion in Senate, reiterated his appeal to the
The Talmudic scholar's best- New York in 1947-48, professor at affluent nations of the world to can Jewish life. But the tragedy is
known book of the 29 he wrote was the Hebrew University from 1950 contribute toward a "Marshall greater when synagogues support
"Sefer Ha-Razim," or "Book of to 1957 and came to the Jewish Plan" for the Middle East as a it.
"I am ashamed that my syna-
means of rehabilitating the peo-
Secrets," a 2nd Century manu- Theological Seminary in 1958.
gogue invites a Jewish writer who
ples
of
that
region
and
achieving
script that he pieced together in a
Included among his works were
portrays Jews as the scum of the
search of libraries throughout the "The Differences Between Baby- a lasting peace.
earth."
world.
Struye, who is • leader of the
lonian and Palestinian Customs,"
"Sefer Ha-Razim" 'revealed two-volume "Encyclopedia of Tal- Libre Belgique movement, made
mudic and Gaonic Literature" and the proposal several months ago.
"Encyclopedia of Great Men in It was adopted in principle by
Leon C. Greenebaum, 61
the consultative assembly of the
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Israel," four volumes.
(A Seven Arts Feature)
Hertz Board Chairman
Council of Europe.
NEW YORK — Leon C. Greene-
Struye said that only a collective Stretching A Point .. .
baum, chairman of the board of 40,000 Jobs Expected
international effort could finance
On a TV program several weeks
the Hertz Corp. and a director of by Israel Labor Board
irrigation projects and land recla- ago featuring three leading spokes-
its parent company, the Radio
mation to provide employment and men for the three branches of
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Place-
Corporation of America, died Sun- ment for 40,000 in new jobs
food for the refugees. He warned Judaism—Orthodox, Conservative
day at age 61.
against the "decaying" situation and Reform—Dr. Abraham J. Hes-
16,000 in industry — will soon be
Following his graduation from available for job seekers, the in the Middle East today which he chel, famed theologian and author,
said is an obstacle to peace and is observed that Judaism is elastic,
Dartmouth in 1927, Mr. Greene- labor ministry announced.
baum joined the Metropolitan Dis-
It is expected that 23,000 un- against the interests of both parties permitting itself of fresh interpre-
tributers, Inc., a trucking company
tation in every age providing how-
employed, of whom 12,000 are now in the Middle East dispute.
founded by his father in 1907. He
ever that its basic tenets are not
only temporarily at work, will be
became its president in 1936. In
discarded. Dr. Maurice Eisen-
Israel Should Keep Land drath
the next two decades, Greenebaum placed.
of the Union of American
There are signs that the labor
expanded the company into one
Hebrew Congregations, and a lead-
She
Won,
Say
49
Pct.
of the largest trucking concerns market will appreciably improve
ing figure in Reform Judaism,
by the end of the year, and may
in the country.
accepted the formulation saying
of the French in Poll
even
have
a
shortage
of
workers.
In 1955, Metropolitan was pur-
that the very elasticity of Judaism
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
A
mood
of
optimism
pervades
the
chased by the Hertz Corp., a
to The Jewish News)
rendered Reform Judaism most
PARIS — Forty-nine per cent of orthodox of the three branches.
company founded in 1918 by Walter population concerning the coun-
L. Jacobs and purchased in 1925 try's economic outlook for the the French public believes that As a listener, it seemed to me
by John Hertz. Mr. Greenebaum second half of this year, and ap- Israel should retain all or part that Dr. Elsendrath was stretching
pears even brighter for 1969, the of the Arab territory it occupied
became a Hertz director.
a point when he called himself
year of Knesset elections.
in last June's Six-Day War, ac-
Hertz Corp. was merged into
It is an accepted tradition that cording to a poll taken Orthodox.
by the * * *
the Radio Corporation of America
in 1966, and Mr. Greenebaum was prosperity usually runs high in French Institute of Public Opinion, Community Note .. .
election years.
published in Paris-Match Tuesday.
elected a director of RCA.
Announcement by the Yivo Insti-
Twenty-five per cent of those tute for Jewish Research of the
Reach Agreement Plans polled thought Israel should re- formation of a community service
57—FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD
tain only part of the occupied ter- committee merits note by the
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
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16 CU. GENERAL Electric refrigerator
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The dis- that all occupied regions should its leadership. The function of the
combination. Excellent condition. LI.
pute on the design of the West Wall remain in Israel's hands. Nineteen new committee is to forge a closet
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10 PIECE Queen Anne dining room set.
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hopeful of greater utilization of its
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the district town planning com-
extensive resources by the com-
mittee.
Histadrut Drops Parade
munity..
Earlier in the day, President
58—COINS OF ALL NATIONS
* * *
Zalman Shazar and Premier Levi to Honor War Dead
Heart Transplantation . . .
6 COINS of Israel, 1968 Jerusalem speci-
man set. Special tow price. BR 3-6085, Eshkol separately visited the site.
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Histadrut,
When the magicians called sur-
547-4750.
An issue in dispute was what Israel's labor federation, announced geons began to perform heart
areas should be set aside for wor- that it will not hold its usual transplant operations before the
86—MONEY WANTED
shipers and which for sightseers. parade on May Day, the tradi- eyes of the entire world, pundits
tional international labor holiday,. began rushing to print to _find out
because it conflicts with the day whether anything of the kind ever
New York UJA Drive
of mourning for those who fell in happened before, since they were
Is Pledged $16.5 Million Israel's war for independence in of the faith that there is nothing
SILVER
(JTA) — The 1948.
new under the sun. This writer
NEW YORK
CERTIFICATES
The memorial day which pre- tried his hand too and learned that
United Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York launched its 1968 drive cedes Israel's Independence Day there were a number of passages
with a weekend dinner that brought celebrations, falls on May 1 this in the Bible that suggest that
to 816,500,000 the amount already year, according to the Hebrew cal- theme. For instance, in Daniel 4
pledged to the Isreal Emergency endar. It will be observed as a .there is this passage: "Let his
60—CARS FOR SALE
Fund and the general UJA cam- day of rest for all except those heart be changed from man's, and
.19.65,PON.TI4C., 4-door Bonneville. Vinyl paign, for• this- year. in. New York employed in essential services, let a beast's heart be given unto
top, bladk-- interior, full power, low
Histadrut said.
him."
milParte nI1P owner Like new. 353-7626. City, Long Island and Westchester.

Dr. Mordecai Margalioth, Professor
of Midrashic Literature at Seminary

On the Record

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References

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