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November 01, 1968 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-01

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54—Friday, November 1, 1968
T HE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED

EXPERIENCED babysitter looking for
job. References. 342-0127, call Monday.

BEAUTY OPERATOR desires full time
work. Dependable — reliable. 862-0987.

MAN in ,
BABYSli tat — steady job. From 8 a.m. I Bog 906, ThtI
e Jewish News, 17100 W. 7
Mile Rd., Detroit, Mich. 48235.
SECRETARY to staff engineer. Full time.
Shorthand required. Near Eastland. Call
9 to 5. 773-0703.
50 — BUSINESS CARDS

SALESPERSON

for high style mens wear. Must
be good closers. High commis-
sion, high guarantee to right
person. Replies held in strict
confidence.

DECORATING — painting. Neat and
clean. Also small carpentry work. 547-
3270.

A-1 PAPERHANGING and painting. Im-
mediate service. UN 4-0326.

EXPERT PAPERHANGING
PAINTING

INTERIOR ONLY.
REFERENCES

Call Sun. 12 noon to 6 p.m.

3 56-0427

CHAS. CADOTTE 874-3281

50—BUSINESS CARDS

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

BOOKKEEPER

for Jewish Agency. If you have a
bookkeeping background and ability
to grasp Medicare-Medicaid pro-
cedures we offer an excellent sal-
ary-, fringe benefits and pleasant
working conditions.

Call 933-6190 for appt.

GENERAL OFFICE

We are seeking a mature per-
son for responsible position.

Light typing, filing and tele-

phone answering.
Excellent opportunity and
future for person to become
an important part of our office
operation.

For opt. call

Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age, pianos, appliances, household furn-

ishings. 8829 Northend—Ferndale

543 - 4832

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

EXPERIENCED painter desires interior-
exterior painting. Guaranteed. 871.3381.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office Furniture

Local and Inter-state
Also storage.
894-4587

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

FOR BETTER wall washing. call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4003
126 Belmont

Dave Cooperman Electric

Electrical contracting — resi-
dential, commercial, indus-
trial. All types of violations
repaired and corrected.

DAVE COOPERMAN ELECTRIC

TO 5-7900

Licensed Electrical Contractors
BR 3-6575, BR 3-7727, if no answer
Call WO 14882, car 90

Full time help wanted for
pawn shop.

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

SAM'S LOAN OFFICE

2100 MICHIGAN AVE.

WO 1-3884

Salespeople

Men's Clothing and Furnish.
ings. Experienced. Good posi-
tion. Good working conditions

LO 1-2370

BOOKKEEPER

Competent — some experience
necessary, for Jewish Agency
downtown office. Coll Mrs. Vass.



WO 1-8570

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

53 — MEALS — CATERING

ALL KINDS of Hungarian pastry —
made to order. Mrs. Kovach, LO 3-2669.

55 - B — APPAREL FOR SALE

2 mink stoles (gray) $145.
each. 3 sweaters with fur
collars — small sizes, $20
each. Will make Persian
Lamb Coat small size to
your measurements, $485.
2 Muskrat bubble capes,
$65 each.
TE 4-7772

55—MISCELLANEOUS

GARAGE SALE — Saturady, November
2. Sunday. November 3. Air-conditioner.
Hi-F1, bookcases, golf clubs, womens-
mens clothing, household. 24759 Currier,
Dearborn Heights. 274-9544.

57—FOR SALE—MOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

MOVING — Kenmore automatic washer.
excellent condition. Whirlpool gas dryer.
Furniture, misc. Sacrifice. DI 1-0529.

For the Investor

14 apts cor. Brush & Elizabeth
$460 mo. income. Terrific prof-
it. Owner must sell. $5.000 for
equity to bal. of $7,000. Inner
City Detroit.

GROSS REALTY
D1 2-1300

ESTABLISHED meat market in busy
shopping center for sale. EL 7-4625.

DRY
CLEANING PLANT

Fully equipped. Doing all bus-
iness over the counter. Has
Conveyor system. Brand new
Boiler. Brand new Auto-Flex
system. Must sell. Call for in-
formation.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

59—WANTED—PIANOS

GRINNELL upright walnut. 358-1489.

The artists must be sacrificed to
their art. Like the bees, they must
put their lives into the sting they
give—R. W. Emerson

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
Hs. It also soothes irritated tis-
sues, and helps prevent further
infection. Just ask for Prepara-
'.tion.WallithIenfor Suppositories.

AJCommittee Chief Says
U.S. Jews Fear Leaders
Subordinate Interests

Monument Utivedin- gs

ATLANTA (JTA)--The executive
Unveiling announcements may be in-
vice president of the American
by mail or by caning The Jewish
Jewish Committee warned here of serted
News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., De-
signs that many American Jews troit 48235, VE 8-9364. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by
"are beginning to feel that their the name and address of the person
national leadership is more con- making the insertion. There is a stand-
charge of S4 00 for an unveiling
cerned with bettering intergroup ing
toino ^hot in depth,
notice,
$.5 measuringtwo inches
relations than with protecting the E and
deep
interests of the Jewish commu- a black border. • x —*-
nity."
The family of the late Jake
Bertram H. Gold made his re-
marks in an address to the AJCom- Chait announces the unveiling of
a
monument in his memory 1 p.m.
mittee's national executive board
Sunday, Nov. 3, at Machpelah Cern
in which he cited growing fears of
etery.
Rabbi Arm will officiate.
Negro militancy and the increas-
ing "polarization" of U.S. society Relatives and friends are asked to
as being among the matters of attend.

*
greatest current concern to the
Mrs. Becky Korin, wife of the
American Jewish community.
late
Harry
Korin,
announces
the
Many Jews, Gold said, feel that
they are "the particular targets" unveiling of a monument
of the tensions and conflicts of the memory 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov.
urban-racial conflicts. "The social 10, at Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
disorganization of the black slums Rabbi Gamze will officiate. Rela-
and changing neighborhoods has tives and friends are asked to
directly affected the merchants, attend.
* a
social workers, small businessmen, I
The family of the late Malka
civil service employees, teachers,
cab drivers, doctors and others Fink announces the unveiling of a
who provide services in those monument in her memory 12 noon
Sunday, Nov. 10, at Workmen's
areas," Gold said.
"Though we must reject de- Circle Cemetery, Beth Yehuda Sec-
mands for withdrawal from the tion, 14 Mile and Gratiot. Rabbi
civil rights struggle, the AJCom- Groner will officiate. Relatives
mittee's leadership would not be and friends are asked to attend.
fulfilling its function if we were
to ignore the legitimate fears WJCongress Warns
and apprehensions of Jews who
are victimized by violence and of Problems in Church
affected by the demands for
Quest for Dialogue
greater power by the Negro com-
MONTEVIDEO (JTA)—An offi-
munity at the expense of hard-
won gains made by many individ- cial of the World Jewish Congress
warned Latin American Jewry that
ual Jews," Gold said.
At another session of the exec- the Catholic Church in South
utive board meeting, Richard America poses problems in its new
Maass, head of an AJCommittee quest for a dialogue with Jews.
Dr. Gerhard Riegner, secretary-
mission that just returned from
South America, reported that the general of the WJCongress, ad-
dressed
the fifth conference of
Catholic Church there generally ,
has failed to put into effect the so- Latin American Jewish commu-
called Jewish declaration adopted nities here attended by 250 dele-
by the Vatican Council in 1965. gates from 14 countries.
He said that for centuries the
The declaration denied the validity
of the age-old charge of decide Jews were objects of persecution
by
the Catholic Church but now
against Jews.
Maass said that latent anti- Catholics are inviting Jews to
Semitism exists everywhere in dialogues, and many Jews are
taking part in them without man-
South America.
date or. responsibility. He said that
"many churchmen are looking for
3 Israel Parties Refuse
'Jewish cardinals,' ignoring the
to Join Trip to Germany fact that our organization is dif-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
ferent from theirs and that the
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — Three political Jews are not only a religious com-
munity but a national entity."
faCtions in the Knesset announced
The conference session was in-
Tuesday that as a matter of prin-
ciple they would not participate terrupted by an Argentinian
youth,
Alejandro Horowitz, who
in a Knesset delegation which will
demanded and received perMis-
pay a good-will visit to West Ger-
sion to read a manifesto charg-
many at the invitation of the West
ing that the decision by the 27th
German parliament.
The Knesset presidium approved, World Zionist Congress in Jeru-
the visit Monday. The dissenting ' salem to include more youth in
parties are the Herut wing of the Zionist leadership was not
Gahal (Herut-Liberal alignment), being implemented.
The event, organized by the
the left-wing labor party Mapam
and the former Ahdut Avoda, now WJCongress, South American
Executive and World Zionist Or-
part of the Israel Labor Party.
Walter Hesselbach, a prominent ganization, heard Dr. Nahum
Frankfurt banker, became the first Goldmann, WJCongress president,
German to receive an honorary say that current times are dan-
fellowship from the Hebrew Uni- gerous for Jews. He cited a "new
versity. The honor was conferred form of anti-Semitism called anti-
by University President Avraham Zionism" found in Poland and the
Harman- at a dinner Monday at- Soviet Union, and said that South
tended by West Germany's Ambas- African Jews are "living on a
sador Karl Herman Knoke, Judge volcano."
Haim Cohen of the Israel Supreme
Court and others. Hesselbach is
Michigan legislators are paid
president of the German Friends $12,500 a year plus $2,500 in ex-
of the Hebrew University. Present penses. The governor receives
were eight editors and officials of $40,000, secretary of state and at-
the Frankfurt radio station Hes- torney general $30,000, and lieu-
sischer who are interviewing stu- tenant governor $22,500.
dents • in connection with the sta-
tion's forthcoming "Israel Week"
programs.
The Family of the Late

AIU Honors Cassin

PARIS (JTA)—Rene Cassin,
winner of this year's Nobel peace
prize, was honored at the annual
meeting of the Alliance Israelite
Universelle, of which he is presi-
dent. Cassin, who served as chair-
man, spoke of the French nation's
sufferings during World War I and
genocide against the Jews in the
following war.
The Alliance, it was reported,
had 21,310 students in 60 schools
in France, Morocco; Tunisia, Syria,
Libya, - Iran and Israel..

CHARLES E.
EICHENHORN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 10:30 a.m. Sun-
day, Nov. 10, at North-
west Hebrew Memorial
Park, 28500 W. Six Mile,
Livonia. Rabbi Segal and
Cantor Fenakel will offi-
ciate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The family of the late Rose
Tuchman announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory 3
p.m. Sunday; Nov. 10, at Northwest
Hebrew Memorial Park. Rabbi
Gruskin will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend.
• *
The family of the late Ben Dobin
announces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Nov. 10, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Levin will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends vre
asked to attend.

The family of the late Goldie
Sherman announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory
12:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at Beth
Abraham Cemetery. Rabbi I. Hal-
pern will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* *
The family of the late Benjamin
Appel announces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory 1:15
p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Grus-
kin will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

BERTHA
WEISSMAN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 12 noon Sunday,:
Nov. 3, at Northwest He-.
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Syme and Cantor
Adler will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend. .

The Family of the Late

BERNARD (BEN)
JACOBY

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1:30 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 10, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Gorrelick will officiate. Re-
latives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

HERMAN GRANT

Announces the unveiling
in his memory 12 noon
Sunday, Nov. 10, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery.
Rabbi Levin will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

_ HY A. KEIDAN

_

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 10, at Clover Hill
Memorial P a r k. Rabbi
Groner and Cantor Sonen-
klar will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
-asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

HERBERT ALLEN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 10 a.m. Sunday,
Nov. 10, at Maehpelah
Cemetery. Cantor Adler
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

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