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April 04, 1969 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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46-Friday, April 4, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

17-C.-WANTED-LOTS

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR. FEMALE

W-A-N-T-E-D

Real Estate

Vacant Lots & Acreage

Residential or Business
Detroit or Suburb

Secretary-Receptionist

for active office in Northwest De-
troit area. Knowledge of Real Es-
tate & office procedure helpful.
Typing essential. Call Mr. Silverman

FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005 .
526 Belmont.



342-8600

3200 E. Outer, Detroit 48234

19-OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT

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For large Linen Supply and
Industrial Garment Rental
Company. Aggressive indi-
vidual who is qualified to

RENT-8 rooms. 1850 sq. ft. Air-condi-
tioned. Carpeted. Zoned office. Private
parking. 19025 W. 10 Mile, Southfield.
358-4300.

advance. Min. 2 years col-
lege. Starting salary 3190.
weekly plus commissions.

20-BUILDER

Liberal vacations, hospital.
ization and retirement pro-
gram. Car furnished.

S. BARENHOLTZ

Send Resume To: Domestic
Linen Supply, Attn: John
Rabette, 3800 - 18th. Street,
Detroit, Mich. 48208

Custom

Builder

SALESPEOPLE

For Men's Wear. Experienced. Full
or part-time. Good salary. good
hours and benefits.

Customer
R eference

961-5466

17663 W. 10 Mile

PART TIME

358-4310

Assistant Bookkeeper

with payroll experience for restau-
rant in Birmingham area. Willing to
assume responsibilities as needed.

835-0190

26-LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE

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Spacious
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HOMES
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on the blue water shore of

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Private resort community
I with large swimming pool I
I and club house. Picturesque
grounds beautifully land- I i
scaped.

1 N. of Port Huron, 1 hr. 20 1

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way.
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Call 399-0600 days
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352-0228 evenings
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30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

MATH TUTORING, grades 7-12. James
Wineman. UN 3-6372.

BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, Synagogue. Eng-
lish. Experienced tutor. 342-9254. 546-0581

TEACHER available for private Hebrew-
Yiddish lessons. 864-4835.

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

FENCES
CHAINLINK STEEL
QUALITY WORK
PROMPT SERVICE

KE 4-5106

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

SMALL JOBS, basement ceiling and
floors tiled, walls paneled. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 3-4578.

PAINTING AND decorating. All work
guaranteed. References.
7-2501.

Ty

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office Furniture

Local and Inter-state
Also storage.
894-4587

55-MISCELLANEOUS

E very

For Sale

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

SALES AND
SERVICE SUPERVISOR

366-2996

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Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
furnishings.
8829 Northend-Ferndale

543-4832

Arthur N. King

G. & W. Real Estate

50-BUSINESS CARDS

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

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Brunswick Poolhall Slate Table

3

piece slate, heavy duty, old
style. $175. Can move. Profes-
sional golf set, Wilson-Staff,

$50.

KE 2-6713 - Julius

59-A-PIANOS FOR SALE

CONTEMPORARY red piano. One of a
kind. Perfect condition. Best offer. Call
352-0070.

60 - CARS FOR SALE

Ask for Mrs. Goldberg

1965 Plymouth Fury 1. V-8 automatic
transmission, power steering, low mile-
age. Excellent condition, 5650. 546-2711.

ROUTE
SALESPERSON

Yugoslav Jews Assured
Moslem Not Authorized to
Make Anti-Israel Speeds

Large Linen Supply and
Industrial Garment Rental
Company has opening for an
aggressive individual who is
qualified to advance. Steady
employment. Liberal vaca-
tions, hospitalization and re-
tirement program. Min. high
school education.

LONDON (JTA) - The Federa-
tion of Jewish Communities in

Send Resume To: Domestic
Linen Supply, Attn: John
Rabette, 3800 - 18th. Street,
Detroit, Mich. 48208

40-B-LIVE-IN MAIDS

ALL phases general office including
bookkeeping. Experienced. Part - time
preferred. 544-2258.

SECRETARY and bookkeeper currently
employed full-time seeking part-time
work, weekends and nights. UN. 2-5272,
VE. 7-1199, ask for Marilyn.

LIVE-IN OVERSEAS DOMESTICS
AVAILABLE FOR PLACEMENT IN
YOUR HOME.

FIT FOR A QUEEN AGENCY

352-1090

50-BUSINESS CARDS

Yugoslavia has been assured by
an official of Yugoslav's ruling
Socialist Alliance that a Yugoslav
representative who denounced Is-
rael at a meeting in Cairo had
not been authorized to make any
such statement, according to in-
formation received here.
The development was reported

in the current issue of the Jewish
Review, the official publication of
the federation, a copy of which
arrived here. The Yugoslav offi-
cial, described as "high-ranking,"
told the Cairo meeting that the
"Moslems of Yugoslavia were ab-
solutely ready to join in a holy
war against Israel, the tribe
cursed by Heaven."
The secretary-general of the.
Socialist Alliance told the federa-
tion that the representative had
no authority to make such a state-
ment on behalf of Yugoslav Mos-
lems. He also said he would ar-
range to have his explanation pub-
lished in the Yugoslav press.

7 U.S. Teens to Join

World Bible Match

NEW YORK - Seven American

teen-agers - four boys and three
girls - will leave the United
States, April 13, to compete in the
Person needed part-time or full-
10th International Bible Contest
time. No experience needed.
for Jewish Youth to be held in
ELECTRICAL repairs all types. Resi-
1400 Michigan
Jerusalem
April 23 - the date this
dential, Commercial. EL. 6-7228.
WO. 2-8698
year marking the 21st anniversary
PAINTING-exterior, interior. Free esti- of the establishment of the Jewish
mates. Reasonable. LL 7-5639, KE. 8-1047.
State, it was announced by Dr.
Emanuel Neumann, chairman of
MANEY THOMAS
the Jewish Agency-American Sec-
STUDENTS
tion.
Deluxe Carpet & Upholstering
The seven Americans will be
Cleaning
For May 30 to Labor Day
among the 60 contestants from all
Commercial - Homes
Must be enterprising
over the world participating in the
Free Estimates
Bible Contest conducted by the
to run quick snack counter
World Jewish Bible Society in co-
868-3959
operation with the department of
RAMBLEWOOD Swim Club
education and culture of the Jew-
DECORATING, painting. Neat and clean. ish Agency, Bureaus.
Farmington Area
of Jewish
Small carpentry work. 544-4104, 542-3270.
Education in the United States
Call Bob Feldman
PLUMBING. Expert home repair spec'-
and
Canada,
and
the
Gadna
Youth
,
gist,
.repaired
and
garbege;u tl i tlineals,

EL' 6 4 355:- -
Organization in Israel.
serviced. Cali 4-6926.

WORK IN PAWN SHOP

LADIES alterations. Quick service. Ex-
perienced. Reasonable prices. 538-4030.

COMPLETE modernization-specializing
in recreation rooms. Free estimates.
Call BR. 3-4826 or LI„ 5-4035. I. Schwartz

2 COLLEGE

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In Time of Emergency

If Warning Sounds,

Here's What to Do

Warning of an enemy attack on the United States
probably would be preceded by a period of interna-
tional tension or crisis which would help alert all citi-
zens to the possibility of attack. The actual attack
warning, however, would be given to the public by out-
door warning devices, supplemented by radio or tele-
vision.
If an attack actually occurs, it is almost certain that
incoming enemy planes and missiles would be detected
by our networks of warning stations in time for people
to get into shelters or at least take cover. This warning
time might be as little as 5-15 minutes in some loca-
tions, and as much as an hour or more in others.

Outdoor Warning Systems
Many U.S. cities and towns
have outdoor warning systems,
using sirens, whistles, horns or
bells. Although they have been
installed mainly to warn citi-
zens of enemy attack, some
local governments also use
them in connection with natu-
ral disasters and other peace-
time catastrophes.
THE ATTACK WARNING
SIGNAL will be sounded only
in case of enemy attack. The
signal itself is a 3 to 5-minute
rising and falling sound on the
sirens, on whistles, horns or

ATTACK WARNING
SIGNAL

stations also, except in an ac-
tual nuclear emergency-will
be broadcasting all the official
information available. The
telephone lines will be needed
for official calls.

If There Is a Nuclear Flash ...

It is possible but unlikely
that the first warning of an
enemy attack would be the
flash of a nuclear explosion in
the sky some distance away. Or
there might be a flash after
warning had been given, pos-
sibly while people were going
to shelter.

TAKE COVER INSTANT-
LY. If there should be a nu-

clear flash, take cover instantly
in the best place available. By
getting inside or under some-
within a few seconds,
111=1.810411 1114111‘• ME MI MI thing
serious burns or injuries from
the heat or blast waves of the
other devices, repeated as nec- nuclear explosion might be
essary. The Attack Warning avoided. If the explosion were
Signal means that an actual some distance away, a person
enemy attack against the might have 5 to 15 seconds be-
United States has been de- fore being injured by the heat,
tected, and that people should and perhaps 30 to 60 seconds
take protective action immedi- before the blast wave arrived.
ately. This signal has no other Never look at the flash of an
cleaning, and can be used for explosion or the nuclear fire-
ball-it could cause perma-
no other purpose.
In some communities, the nent blindness.
Any kind of a building-a
local government uses an alert
signal to get the attention of storm cellar or fruit cellar, a
citizens in a time of threatened subway station or tunnel, a
or impending natural disaster, ditch or culvert alongside the
or some other peacetime emer- road, a highway underpass, a
gency. This attention or alert storm sewer, a cave or out-
signal is a 3 to 5-minute steady cropping of rock, a pile of
blast on sirens, whistles, horns heavy materials, or a trench or
or other devices. In most places, other excavation-would pro-
it means that the local govern- vide some protection. However,
ment will broadcast important if no cover is available, simply
information and official in- lie down on the ground and
structions on radio or television curl up covering the head with
concerning a peacetime dis- the arms and hands. The im-
aster.
portant thing is to avoid being
burned by the heat, thrown
When the Attack Warning
about by the blast, or struck by
Signal Sounds
flying objects. Then go to a
The Attack Warning Signal fallout shelter for protection
means-unless other instruc- against the radioactive fallout,
tions have been issued by which would arrive later.
local government-that people
should go immediately to a
public fallout shelter marked
The informatiort in this
with a yellow-
story was furnished by the
and-black sign
U.S. Department of De-
or to a home
fense, Office of Civil De-
fallout shelter.
fense, to help people pre-
Once in the fall-
out shelter, the
pare for a nuclear attack
radio should be
and learn what actions to
tuned to any
take in case an attack
FALLOUT SHELTER local station
should occur. Local gov-
that is broad-
Ey. a+
ernment
authorities are
casting to get
responsible for supplying
official informa-
the public' with more de-
tion and instructions.
If there is no public or pri-
tailed survival instruc-
vate shelter available, fallout
tions for this area.. This

protection should be impro-
vised. As a last resort, take

cover anywhere possible.

If a warning signal sounds,
do not use the telephone to ob-
tain further information and
advice about the emergency.
Radio stations-and television

British Tory Leader,

information was drawn
from the OCD publioa-
tion "In Time of Emer-
gency" (H-14), which is
available without charge
at local civil defense of-
fices:

Julian Amery, on Tour

NEW YORK - Julian Amery,
leader of the British Conservative
Party and minister of aviation
from 1962 to 1964, will appear at
lectures, public affairs seminars,
Israel Independence Day celebra-
tions and special events in the
U.S. sponsored by the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, Jacques
Torczyner, ZOA president, has an-

sin as undersecretary of state
for war; undersecretary of state
for the colonies, and secretary .1
state for air.
His father, Leo Amery, was sec-
retary of the British War Cabinet
during World War I and was a
major influence in bringing about
the Balfour Declaration. He was
one of the most influential British
nounced.
leaders to support the Zionist
Son-in-law of Harold Macmillan, cause in Palestine and gave his
former British prime minister, strong support to the establish-
Amery will start his speaking tour ment of the Jewish Legion.

with the Pittsburgh Zionist Dis-
trict's public affairs seminar
Our
April 13.
cheap
Amery has served Great Brit; eau.

sadness is not sad, but our
joys.-Henry , David Thor-

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