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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-11

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38-Friday, April 11, 1969

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

1 40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

MATH TUTORING, grades 7-12. James
Wineman. UN 3-6372.
12 Liquor clerks wanted. Full and part-
, time. Apply Don Drug Co., 7420 W est
BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, Synagogue, Eng-
fish. Experienced tutor. 342.9254. 546-0583 7
OFFICE help for accountant. full or
part-time, experience neeessaiy. tall
31 - TRANSPORTATION
342 - 5015.

GENTLEMAN driving to San Diego
wants someone to share driving and '
expenses. Leaving April 17. EL 7-1871.

REGISTERED NURSE

for Children's Summer camp. June
18 thru August 18. Dependent, ac-

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

RESPONSIBLE person to help manage
paper and metal shop. EL. 6-4499 call
after 7:30.

ceptable. resident physician on ramp
grounds.

357-1134

COSMETIC and drug clerk wanted. Ex-
perienced. Daytime hours. Apply Don
Drug Co., 7420 West 7 Mile.

WORK IN PAWN SHOP

Person needed part-time or full-
time. No experience needed.

1400 Michigan
WO. 2-8698

Real Estate

See rrrrr y-Receptionist

MAZE OF DETAIL

Fast typing of forms and some dic-
tation from machine. Telephone ex-
pert. Experienced in office Pieced'
ures. Must be accurate and reliable
and capable of learning an 1111,001 -

mon business.
$100 per week to start. Paid vac,
Lions dependent on length of ser-

vice. Bonus. Pension plan on the
way. We pay Blue Cross after 9 0
days. Salary continuance insu ran. e

Phone: Myron Sempliner
Eradico Exterminators, Inc.

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

Arthur N. King

TO 5-7900

GENERAL SECRETARIAL
POSITION

342-8600

CLERKS

GENERAL OFFICE

Several openings available for gen-
eral office, clerks who can type 40
wpm. Starting salary with excellent
fringe benefits. Applications ac-
cepted 9:30-4:30. Personnel. 7th Fl.

AMERICAN SAVINGS

600 Woodward Ave.

965-5820, ext. 371

an equal opportunity employer

PART-TIME director wanted
for Beth Israel Hebrew and
Religious school.
1969-1970.
Please call 665-9897 or write
to Beth Israel Cong.. 1429
Hill, Ann Arbor. Mich. 48104.

REAL ESTATE

SALESMEN & SALESWOMEN

Great Opportunity
2 Offices

"Investigate

GROSS REALTY CO.

DI 2-1300
Mr. Kahn

YOUR FUTURE IN

HOME REMODELING IS NOW

BELVEDERE CONST.

19939 LIVERNOIS

342-9400

We need experienced salespeople-
must know all phases of construc-
tion. We are looking for reliable
people who don't mind working to
earn the high dollar. Salary plus
commission, all fringe benefits.

HAVE NO FEAR WITH BELEVEDERE

for 2 girl office with Interior D•-
sign company. Interest Inc I.A1171:111,
conditions. top pas. Ni s .: Nortidand

Apply in Person

19800 James Couzens
8:30 thru S-Mon. thru Fri.

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

PROFESSION.kl. aping do", in rns
home. Experienc,1. El•t Inc ts peso ,ter
531.1116.
-•
LA'' Student A teacher ,sift s ill:

to live-in & o at eh sr him,,

mer while you vacation. 62t; t;:;24

ALL phases :Zeceral of Dec
bookkeeping. 1-`sperienced. Part t
preferred. 544-2250.

HOUSEKEEPER
34 YEARS REFERENCES

Looking for permanent zund
home for 53 year old woman
who has been with our family
34 years.
Annie is a horn Mary Pop-
pin. Adores small children.
especially new horns. Care of
children mostly. Other help
employed. Some cooking Pri-
vate room - main floor - -
no stairs. No ironing Salary
open.

EL. 3-4836, no Sot.

Large furnace cleaning
company has opening for
an aggressive salesperson.
Must be a self-starter,
capable of handling sales
department. Experience re-
quired. Plenty of leads.

TO 5-9200 OR

0

APPLY

4 E. BUENA VISTA

'

calls.

40-B-LIVE-IN MAIDS

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

FIT FOR A QUEEN AGENCY

352-1090

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Ideal for Couple

OAK PK.-9 Mi. AREA
A REAL MONEY MAKER
Drop-off Laundromat, the lat-
est of machinery 'wash and
Iron drop off and Pickup:.
For many years in same loca-
tion. Owner made enough to
retire. Don't miss this money
maker. 55.000 needed. Ask for
Mr. Kalfuss,

GROSS REALTY
D l 2-1300

FURNACE

SALESPERSON

um

SECRETARY and bookkeeper cur •
employed full-time seeking pa:1 tune
work, weekends and nights. UN 2.52:2.
VE. 7-1199, ask for Marilyn.

Corset and Lingerie Shop

Oak Park

Well established business. Owner
retiring.
Air conditioned. Price

slashed. $5,000 dn. Land cont. terms.
Ask for Mrs. Kessler.

GROSS REALTY
NORTHWEST INC.

19630 West 7 Mile

255-3300

CUSTOM DRAPERIE SHOP

West side. Established following,
industrious and competent em-
ployees. Machinery, tables and clean
inventory. Opportunity to become
profitably independent. Priced right.

eaVic I.

.,
11 4E, 7 8 4,11 . 1 ."{L'a ..: • rr ** ...

Dry Cleaning

`Move With Moshe' -
RFK Adviser Aiding
Dayan's Campaign?

TEL AVIV (JTA)-Two former
political advisers to the late Sen.
Robert F. Kennedy visited Israel
Good N.W. area
doing all
recently to assist a grassroots
the counter.
business over
drive aimed at making Defense
Fulls equipped with modern
for MR.
mactuners . Ask
Minister Moshe Dayan the next
LEMER.
prime minister of Israel, the news-
paper Yediot Ahronot reported.
GROSS REALTY
The paper described the two as
Dl 2-1300
members of the late Senator's
"brain trust" but said their iden-
tity and details of consultations
they held with Israeli supporters
of
Gen. Dayan were kept an
50-BUSINESS CARDS
"absolute secret."
I DIES alterations. Quick service. Ex-
According to the report, the
per
ed
Reasonable prices. 5384030.
visitors proposed introducing
tiMPLETE modernization-specializing
in ri•vz cation rooms. Free estimates. American campaign methods on
Cali lilt 3.4826 or LI. 5-4035. I. Schwartz' behalf of Gen. Dayan. These would
F.i.Etrlu ICAL repairs all types. Real- include automobile stickers with
del,tud. Commercial. EL. 6-7228.
the slogan "Dayan for Premier"
50 - BUSINESS CARDS
and lapel buttons with a picture of
the defense minister and the slo-
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. gan, "Moshe Dayan in '69," the
and Long Distance STORAGE. newspaper said.
P..cs ■ ng, pianos, appliances, household
According to the report, the
furnishings.
Americans were invited to Israel
8829 Northend-Ferndale
by a leading member of the Dayan
543 - 4832
movement who was formerly an
sin 114•TTE'h wall washing. call James
American but is now an Israeli
One day service. TO 6-4005 • citizen.
•• lie.mnt.
In recent weeks, supporters of
F
ItNITURE refinished and repaired
Gen. Dayan have been collecting
Ce estimates. UN 4-3547.
signatures on public petitions urg-
ing his accession to the premier-
FENCES
ship. Gen. Dayan has said public-
ly that he has had nothing to do
CHAINLINK STEEL
with the movement but has refus-
QUALITY WORK
ed to disavow it. He has also stat-
PROMPT SERVICE
ed publicly that he was unhappy
in the Israel Labor Party and was
KE 4-5106
considering whether to leave it be-
fore next October's national elec
5-' P WERHANGING and painting. Irn-
tiods and run for office on a
ne•dt..te service. UN 4-0326.
separate list.

Business

SMALL JOBS. basement ceiling and
walls paneled. Reasonable.
lion. LI 3-4576.

P.iore tiled.

P UN:TING AND decorating. All work
.2ii.u.inteed. References. TY 7-2501.

LARKINS MOVING CO.
Household and Office Furniture

Ultra-Orthodox Group
Attacks Home of Head
of Jerusalem Hospital

JERUSALEM (JTA) - The "Ei-
dah Haredit." an organization
composed
of ultra-Orthodox Jews
Local and Inter-state
here, most of whom do not recog-
Also storage.
nize the state of Israel, claimed
894-4587
responsibility for an attack on the
1PPI. IANCE refinishing. Have your ap- apartment of Dr. David Maier. di-
phance painted in the latest color in
rector of Shaare Tsedek Hospital.
our home. 268-3413.
in a protest against his refusal
P SINTING. interior, exterior. Free es-
t trr ales Reasonable. LI. 7-5639. KE. 8- to prohibit autopsies in the hos-
:047.
pital
Dr. Maier was not at home when
band of about 80, most of them
EXPERT PAPERHANGING
youngsters. broke into his apart-
PAINTING
ment. manhandled his aged mother
and smashed furniture and other
INTERIOR ONLY.
property. Police rounded up 79
REFERENCES
suspected of taking part in the
CHAS. CADOTTE 874-3281 incident, but they were released
on parole Monday because of the
CUSTOM made drapes and ladies alter- Passover holiday and will be
aborts. 28074 Fontana, Southfield. 353-, brought to trial later.
2948.
Rabbi Joseph Sheinberger. the
DECORATING. painting. Neat and clean. spokesman for the group, which
Small carpentry work. 544-4104. 542-3270
regards the Satmar Rebbe in New
PLUMBING. Expert home repair spe- York as its spiritual leader, said
cialist. garbage disposals, repaired and
it would continue the fight against
serviced. Call UN. 4-6926.
Dr. Maier. The organization has
conducted several demonstrations
55-MISCELLANEOUS
against the pathologist, protesting
his designation as director of the
Brunswick Poolhall Slate Table
most Orthodox hospital in Jeru-
salem. Dr. Maier came here from
3 piece slate, heavy duty, old
New
York.
style. $175. Con move. Profes-
The ultra-Orthodox group objects
sional golf set, Wilson-Staff,
550.
to his policy on autopsies which,
like his predecessor's, has been
KE 2-6713 - Julius
to let the hospital rabbi rule in
each case whether an autopsy was
57-FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
permissable under Jewish religious
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
law. The attending rabbi is not
Orthodox
VICTORIAN love seat and chairs, an- considered sufficiently
tique dining room table, wrought iron by the protesting elements.
table and chairs. Flower arranging ac-

Labor Zionists Back
Change in Structure
for the Jewish Agency

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV - The secretariat of
the Labor Zionist movement an-
nounced Tuesday that it had en-
dorsed proposed changes in the
structure of the Jewish Agency
and the World Zionist Organiza-
tion.
It noted that the tasks facing the
agency were so great that it was
essential to enlarge it to include
all those organizations active in
support of Israel.
Louis Pincus, chairman of the
executive of the Jewish Agency,
said there would be a definite line
of separation between the Jewish
Agency and the Zionist Organiza-
tion from a juridical point of view.
but there would be 'a union of per-
sonalities. Both organizations, he
said, would have the same presi-
dent, chairman and treasurer.
Itzhak Koren, secretary of the

Labor Zionist movement, stressed
that with acceptance of the pro-

posals for expanding the agency,
"Everything must be done to
strengthen the Zionist movement,
and the Labor Zionist movement
must start an all-out campaign to
imbue the various groups from left
to right with a Zionist impulse."

Russ, Libya UN Delegates
to Fight Nongovernment
Units Critical of Policies

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) - A
committee of the United Nations
Economic and Social Council re-
sumed hearings Tuesday on the
status of nongovernmental organi-
zations accredited to the council.
The organizations generally have
the right to make their views
heard by the council and its agen-
cies and commissions without hay-
ing the ' ht to vote. S ome of
the organizations have been forth-
right in the presentations to the
UN agencies and have offered
testimony critical of the internal
policies of member states.

Observers here forecast a de-
termined attempt by the Soviet
Union, strongly supported by
Libya and other Arab states,
to use the hearings of the com-
mittee on nongovernmental or-
ganizations for an attack on or-
ganizations which have been
critical of Soviet policies with
regard to the Jews in Russia.

The Russians have accused the
Jewish nongovernmental organiza-
tions of conducting an anti-Soviet
campaign and of falsely depicting
the situation of the Jews in the
Soviet Union. The A r a-b states
would like to see all the Jewish
organizations deprived of their
status at the UN. A particular So-
viet target is the International
Commission of Jurists which ac-
cused the Soviet Union of anti-
Semitism in connection with al-
leged economic crimes in Russia.
The jurists body is non-Jewish.

Harry Goldfarb, 71

Harry M. Goldfarb, a bail and
bondsman at 1401 Beaubien for 45
years, died last Saturday at age
71.
Mr. Goldfarb, 16179 Oxle y,
Southfield, was a native New
Yorker. He belonged to Temple
Israel, Mosaic Lodge of the Ma-
sons, Detroit Consistory-Moslem
Temple and the Elks.
Surviving are his wife, Toby•
cessories and misc. 476-9476.
three sons, Charles, Albert and
ROYAL Dalton, Thistle Down pattern. Rabbi, Histadrut Leader
Irwin; a daughter, Mrs. Max J.
Service for 12. 8200. .GR 6.3322.
JERUSALEM (JTA) - Funeral (Arline) Schafer; a brother, Mor-
services were held here Sunday ris; a sister, Mrs. Mary Bankler
60 - CARS FOR SALE
for Rabbi Yehuda Zvi Brandwein, and 10 grandchildren.
TEMPEST, "66". Power steering, white head of the Kol Yehuda Yeshiva
walls, automatic. Good condition. 357- and of the religious services de-
4755.
partment of Histadrut, Israel's la-
bor federation, who died at age 66.
1966 JAGUAR
Rabbi Brandwein, a native of
3 points 8 S sedan. Air-condi-
Safed,
was the author of several
tioned, automatic, AM-FM,
scholarly works but refused to oc-
power steering, power brakes.
cupy a rabbinical pulpit for pay.
Call Mon. thru Sat. 9-6
He earned- his living as a building
worker until 1957 when he was
549-7350
named to the Histadrut post which
40
4 1/4..
carried no salary. Several months
87-PETS
`The woman who'd Trees
ago he transferred the Kol Yehuda
OLD English Sheep Dog puppies. Chant- Yeshiva from Tel Aviv to East
to please her husband wears
iskced, .14 skamilolui
Pec11- Jerusaletp.,
. last year's, einthea."

the Old -finfit
„AP

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