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September 20, 1968 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-20

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70—Friday, September 20, 1968

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

RESTAURANT FOR SALE

First time offered. Volume busi-
ness. Near downtown. For fur-
ther information, write Box No.
902, The Jewish News, 17100
W. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit, Mich.
48235.

doing all business over the
counter. Has all modern
equipment. Located on busy
8 Mi. Rd, Ideal for couple.
Ask for Mr. Lemer.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

50—BUSINESS CARDS

PLUMBING. Expert home repair speci-
alist, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926 — 341-6058.

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

FURNITURE refinished and repalrea.
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.

CO.

Household and Office Furniture

Local and Inter-state
Also storage.
894-4587

LADIES alterations, experienced. Rea-
sonable prices. Fast service. 538-4030.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Local and Long Distance Packing, stor
age, pianos. appliances, household furn
tshings.
8829 Northend—Ferndale

543-4832

PAINTING and decorattng. All work
guaranteed. References. TY 7-2501.

FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-40110
526 Belmont.

EXPERT PAPERHANGING
PAINTING"

INTERIOR ONLY.
REFERENCES

CHAS. CADOTTE 874-3281

PAINTING. Exterior-Interior. Free
estimates. LI 7-5639, KE. 8-1047.

55—MISCELLANEOUS

BRUNSWICK professional pool table,
3-piece slate. Cost $1,200; sacrifice $250.
537-7641. Can deliver.

FREE NEW TESTAMENT

For Synagogue or home Compare-
tive Religion Study. Available in
English Yiddish or Hebrew. Write:
SCRIPTURES. Dept. H-51. 151 Pros-
pect Drive, Stratford, Conn. 06497.

Monument
Unveilings

57—FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

Town House Model Furniture
at Builder's Discount prices

COACH HOUSE
TOWNHOUSES

on Providence Drive, N. of Northland
Open daily 11 A.M. to 7 P.M.

Israel to Restore
Church Buildings
Damaged in War

DRY
CLEANING PLANT

LARKINS MOVING

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JERUSALEM - Israel has con-
cluded $1,500,000 in agreements
with 15 churches and religious or.
ders here for property damaged
in the Six-Day War.
The agreements concern 32
church properties, from major re-
ligious structures to a hotel. Much
of the damaged property is atop
Mt. Zion, in the strip of no-man's
land that split the Israeli and Jor-
danian sectors of Jerusalem since
1948.
The Israelis decided to offer
payments regardless of whether the
damage was caused by Israeli or
Jordanian guns.
Celebrating the agreement at an
informal ceremony in the ministry
of justice building, the Chaldean-
Catholic Patriarchal Vicar said he
hoped God blessed Israel twice for
her gesture.
Five cemeteries that were un-
tended for the past 20 years will
be restored under the agreement.

Hebron Jews, Moslems
in Tiff Over Tomb

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — A conflict

has
developed between the Moslem re-
ligious authorities in Hebron and a
group of Orthodox Jewish settlers
who have demanded permission to
hold Yom Kippur prayers at the
Patriarch's Tomb, which is now
covered by a mosque.
The settlers have appealed to
Minister of Justice Yacov S. Sha-
piro, who is acting minister for re-
ligious ,affairs while Dr. Zerach
Warhaftig Is abroad. Shapiro was
to meet with Defense Minister Gen.
Moshe Dayan Wednesday, and
their joint decision on the matter
would be binding.
The Moslem Waof, which holds
authority over Moslem shrines in
Hebron, has objected to the Yom
Kippur prayers. They said that I
under their agreement with the
military governor, Jews are al-
lowed to visit the Patriarchs' Tomb
only at specified hours.

The family of the late Jonas
Weiss announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 29, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbis Prero
and Gruskin will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to at-
tend.
• s •
The families of the late Abra-
ham and Anna Greenblatt and Max
Sl,con announce the unveiling of
monuments in their memory 2
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Litke
will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
* • *
The family of the late Sam Blau
announces the unveiling of a monu-
ment in his memory 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 29, at Workmen's
Circle Cemetery, Independent De-
troit Lodge Section. Rabbi Prero
will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
• • •
The family of the late Ethel
Baggleman announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her memory
12:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, at
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Cemetery.
Rabbi Gordon will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to
attend.
• • *
The family of the late Jacob
Soverinsky announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his memory
11:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, at
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Do-
nin and Cantor Adler will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
attend.
• • •
The family of the late Margaret
Yellin announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory
1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Grus-
kin will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
• * *
The family of the late Joseph
Ginis announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory 11:30
a.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Arm
will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

Syrian Premier Hits U.S., I
Tells Arab Leaders to Pay
for New War With Israel

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
LONDON — Syrian premier

Youssef Zeayen Wednesday 3.vrn-
ed the West against continued
support of Israel and urged the
oil-rich Arab leaders to finance a
new war against Israel or "the
Arab masses would not forgive
55-8—APPAREL FOR SALE
them."
Zeayen, according to dispatches
from Damascus, said that the
Wedding gown, size 10, beaded top; West stands to lose all of its
was $350 $100. Also mink jacket, interests in the Arab world. He
very dark ranch—new—paid $950
accused the United States of head-
—$500.
ing "international imperialism" and
of "collusion with Israel."
UN 4 - 5222



56—ANTIQUES

Redford-Detroit
Antiques Show

Sept. 27, 28 and 29
CARPENTERS HALL
22521 Grand River

Detroit

2 levels of period and country
furniture, glass china dolls,
paper weights, oriental rugs and
decorative accessories.

Hours 12 noon to 10 P.M.
Sun. closing 6 P.M.

$1.00 admission—free -parking •

Neither Rain nor Snow ...
. . . But Rosh Hashana !

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
Post Office Bureau of Personnel
notified postmasters throughout
the United States last week in con-
nection with the forthcoming ob-
servance of Rosh Hashana and
Yom Kippur that "insofar as prac- I
ticable," leave should be_ granted
to employes scheduled for duty I
who wish to attend services on
these religious holidays. The notice
pointed out that it was the Post
Office Department's policy to co-
operate in perinitting federal em-
ployes to observe their religious
holidays.

The Family of the Late

LOUIS
RABINOWITZ

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1:30 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 29, at Turover Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Bakst will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

SAMUEL
ELKOWITZ

Announces the unveiling
of a mounment in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 29, at Northwest'
Hebrew Memorial Park,
28500 W. Six Mile near
Middlebelt. Rabbi Gorre-
lick will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are

asked to attend.

The Family of -

EDWARD B.

NOLISH

Announces the unveiling
„of a monument in his
'memory 1:30 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 29, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Groner
will officiate. Relatives
and friends- are asked to
attend.

It's Judge Gubow Now

Receiving a friendly reception,
highly commended by U. S. Sena-
tors, Lawrence Gubow, U.S. at-
torney for Eastern Michigan, last
Friday was unanimously endorsed
for the federal judgeship to which
he was nominated by President
Johnson. The Senate Judiciary
Committee heard "
Gubow at a brief
hearing, and the
approval w as
speedy.
U. S. Senator
Robert P. Griffin
of Michigan
strongly en-
dorsed Gubow's
appointment in a
statement to the
judiciary com-,
mittee. He spoke'-
of the appoint-
ee's "d is ti n-
guished c a reer
as an attorney." Judge Gubow
S'enator Griffin pointed out that
Gubow, a 1951 University of Mich-
igan law school graduate, after
being associated with the law firm

of Rosin and Kobel, was assigned
to the Michigan Corporation and
Securities Commission, of which
he was chief commissioner, and
was named U.S. Attorney in 1961
by President Kennedy.
Gubow is currently president of
the Jewish Community Council
and for many years has been
among the national leaders of the
Jewish War Veterans. Senator
Griffin pointed to these affiliations
and added in his recommendation
that Gubow's nomination should
be approved:
"I know Mr. Gubow as an able
and highly qualified member of
the Bar and as .a widely respected
public servant, He has bipartisan
support for his nomination, and I
am confident that he will make
an outstanding judge."
Senator John L. McClellan of
Arkansas joined Senator Philip A.
Hart of Michigan, who sponsored
the nomination of Gubow, in prais-
ing the appointee after his appear-
ance before the Senate committee
and in welcoming his nomination.

Nixon Issues Rosh Hashana Messages

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

to The Jewish News)

Richard M.
Nixon, Republican candidate for
President, issued Rosh Hashana
greetings to the Jewish community.
The message follows:
"To my fellow citizens of the
Jewish faith, I extend heartfelt
New Year greetings — L'Shana
Tova— and join in your prayer
that the year 5729 will bring peace,
progress and prosperity to, all
mankind.
"According to Jewish tradition,
the Commandments were given to
the Jewish people not merely as a
personal possession, but as a
blessing for all mankind. If all
nations could but live up to this
great heritage, with its inspired
religious and ethical concepts, this
would indeed be a far better
world.
"Our fervent wish for your own
beloved country is for men of all

LOS ANGELES —

faiths and races to live together
in peace under law and justice.
For without these requisites, the
democracy to which we are all
dedicated simply be'omes a word,
not a way of life.

"This is true of the entire world
as well as the United States.
"For the people of Israel, we
pray for a genuine and enduring
peace, -
"To the Jews behind the Iron
Curtain suffering the ravages of
anti-Semitism and discrimination—
as well as to the other oppressed
citizens of those countries — we
offer our prayers for their freedom
and equality.
"Let us hope that in the year
5279 there will be an adherence
among people of all races and
creeds to these ancient ideals that
are the keystone of our Western
civilization."

Dachau Memorial Dedicated
on Site of Nazi Death Camp

DACHAU, W. Germany (JTA)-
There is nothing that specifically
relates to the Nazi extermination
of the Jews in the monument and
museum which now stand on the
site of the notorious Dachau con-
centration camp. But the camp
was one in which men and women
of some 20 nationalities suffered
indignities and death, and the
memorial was designed to com-
memorate all of them, its sponsors
explained to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency,
That memorial was dedicated
Sunday in the presence of a group
of Dachau survivors and some
2,000 local and foreign guests,
among them the Israel ambassa-
dor to West Germany, Asher Ben-
Nathan, Prince Bernhard of the
Netherlands, Mayor Karl Schuetz
of West Berlin and others includ-
ing delegations from Soviet Rus-
sia and various Communist bloc
countries.

Business
Brevities

Hattie Schwartz is showing the
newest, elegant invitations avail-
able, including the finest engraved.
Coordinated party accessories and
social stationary are a few high-
lights of her line. Distinctive adr
dressing is available to her custom-
ers. For personalized service, call
INVITATIONS BY H A T-T I E.
SCHWARTZ, 356-8563.
• * •

JOHN H. ROSEN ADVERTIS-
ING, Lathrup Village, has been
appointed to handle all advertising
and promotion for Tamaroff Buick-
Opel Inc., Southfield.
••

It is estimated that 50,000 per-
sons died at Dachau between 1933
and 1945, though only 30,000 of
them were officially recorded.
Only 3,000 Jews were found when
the camp was liberated. The
memorial monument in front of
the museum of Dachau relics was
sculpted by the Yugoslavian-Jew-
ish artist Nid Glandor. It repre-
sents a group of twisted bodies in
attitudes of anguish and agony.
Underneath is the inscription,
"May the example of those who
were exterminated here between
1933 and .1945 because they resist-
ed Nazism, help unite the living
for the defenie of peace and free-
dom."
Militant left-wing German youth
tried to disrupt the memorial ob-
servance with what appeared to be
an anti-American demonstration.
They broke into the ceremonies
carrying flags with anti-American
inscriptions and chanted anti-
American and anti-Nazi slogans.
When ushers ejected them, the
youngsters started fistfights.

Now Possible To
Shrink Hemorrhoids

And Promptly Stop Itching,
Relieve Pain In Most Cases..

Science has found a medication
with the ability, in most cases—
to relieve pain, itching and shrink
hemorrhoids. In case after case
doctors proved, while gently re-
lieving pain, actual reduction took
place. The secret is Preparation
H®. It also soothes irritated tis-
sues and helps prevent further
infection. Just ask-for Prepara-
tion H Ointment or Suppositories.
-Adv.

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