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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

54-Friday, May 23, 1969

19.0-INDUSTRIAL SPACE FOR
RENT

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

EXPERT PAPERHANGING
PAINTING

COMPANION for middle-aged woman.
Very light duties, beautiful room with
bath. Apartment building. Live-in.
Wages. Southfield area. 368-1200, EL
6-3253, LI 4-7570, 358-0110.

Industrial Building

WARREN-Office and manufactur-
ing space for lease. 10,000 sq. ft.
warehouse space. Near Eight Mile
and Hoover Road. Can be leased
separately or together.

Mich.

MODERNIZATION SALESPEOPLE

Arthur N. King
forms a
Corn mercial-
I ndustrial Division

CALL 398-0924

Assist, to Manager

of fine ladies resale apparel
shop-run by organization.
Good area. Good hours, 5 days.

ARTHUR N. KING
REALTY CO. announce the
formation of a complete in-
dustrial and commercial di-
vision headed, by HAROLD
and GEORGE
NYMAN
BLAIR. Their prime function
will include the sale, leasing
and rental of commercial
and industrial properties and
construction for build-to-suit
and lease back of commer-
cial properties. The division
headquarters will be based
in newly acquired offices at
18310 Livernois in Detroit.
They can be reached by
phoning 342-9393.

398-5019 or DI 1-3228

HOUSEKEEPER needed to care for 3 '
year old and 3 month old children
while mother has surgery. No heavy
work. Call 543-7913.

BOOKKEEPER - general office work.
Responsible person. Call 863-0118, eve-
nings 532-6003.

40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED

Mature executive, college graduate,
age 52-sold his business. Sales or
management position desired.

Write Bo: 933

The Jewish News, 17100 W. 7 Mile

19-E-BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

Rd., Detroit, Michigan 48235

McNICHOLS, 17207

NR. SOUTHFIELD
20 x 40 brick office. Mint con-

dition. Gas heat. (former Dental
clinic` 513,850.

ALKON
VE 8-0166

30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

EXPERIENCED tOachers will do sum)
mer tutoring. Basic subjects, grades 1
through 12. KE 7-6175. 11i

MATH TUTORING, grades 7-1.2. James 11i
‘Lineman. UN 3 6372.
-

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

COMPANION for active woman. House-
keeping duties. Must do plain Jewish
cooking. Also know how to drive. Other
help employed. Live-in. Call Mon.. Wed.
and Fri. between 9 and 2. 531-8429,

To arrange for a personal in-
terview or to, obtain a resume
please write:

The Jewish News

Detroit, Michigan 48235

or Phone
(Area code 313) 545-5182

Non con f idence Vote
Over TV Tuned Out

OPENER

1 1

JERUSALEM (JTA) - The
Knesset rejected Monday, by a
vote of 69-3, with 19 abstentions,
a motion of nonconfidence in the
government presented by the Agu-
dat Israel Party on the issue of
the cabinet decisions to permit
television br tadcasting seven days
a week, including the Sababth.
Among the abstentions were the
members of the National Religious
Party and the Agudat Israel Work-
ers Party, which are partners in
the national coalition.
Speaking for the resolution,
Moshe Unna of the National Re-
ligious Party charged that the de-
cision to begin TV broadcasting on
the Sabbath was an unnecessary
affront to Orthodox Jews. Rabbi
Kalman Cahane of the Agudat Is-
rael Workers Party said that he
opposed television in general. He
said that it was only because of
their consciousness of national re-
sponsibility in these times that the
two parties would not vote against
the government but would abstain.
Speaking in reply, Premier Gol-
da Meir said that every member
of the cabinet respected religion.
She stressed that there was no dif-
ference between television on the
Sabbath and radio on the Sabbath,
and the religious parties were in
the coalition despite their disap-
proval of this on principle. The
state radio broadcasts every day
except Yom Kippur.

Call Evenings Until 9

353-3284

BOX 934

17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.

NEED A PAINTER!

GARAGE DOOR

I know a capable man who is
seeking a position of responsi-
bility in Labor Relations, Ac-
counting or Sales. Able to
travel and/or re-locate if nec-
ili essary.

BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, Synagogue, Eng. lb
Lish. Experienced tutor. 342.9254. 546-0583
lb

Hitler's Car":
For the first time for over thirty
years the story has been told how
two Jewish youngsters had a ride
in Hitler's car.
Paper Hanging
Mrs. Tilla Freegard described
Specialists
this chilling experience on the
Vinyls, Flecks, Foils and Wet-
radio
last week. At the time, she
Look Vinyls.
was a young member of Habonim.
FREE ESTIMATES
M. Solomon Later, she was taken by Youth
A. Lafer
Aliya to Palestine, but now lives
535-0206 in Essex.
342-6652
BASEMENT waterproofing. Written
While on a hiking trip, she and
guarantee against water leakage. Priced
another member of Habonim, a
-0
reasonable . Rox. 9 3
blond-haired boy, hailed a large
SMALL JOBS, basement ceiling and
car which was traveling towards
floors tiled. walls paneled. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 3-4576.
Nuremberg. The car stopped and
the driver told them to take the
front seats because "the back seat
is for Hitler."
During the journey, as the car
was being cheered by villagers-
Let us recommend one to
though Hitler was not inside it-
she felt regret that she did not
you. Painters, wallpaper hang-
have a bomb with her.
ers - courtesy.
The youngsters' great anxiety
was to get out of the car unnotic-
ed. The porter of the hotel where
KNOPPOW PAINT COMPANY
the car was due to stop knew
them. What might happen if he
14960 Livernois - UN 2-5272
saw two young Jews climbing out
of the fuehrer's car could easily be
PLUMBING. Expert home repair spe-
cialist, garbage disposals, repaired and imagined. Eventually they man-
serviced. Call UN. 4-6926.
aged to persuade the driver to stop
A-I PAPERHANGING and painting. Im- the car on the outskirts of the
mediate service. UN 4-0326.
town and they rushed out from it,
trembling with excitement.

VerliC0 ELECTRONIC

MR. EMPLOYER:

I

"Incident.

CHAS. CADOTTE 874-3281

If you can get your own leads
and are dissatisfied where
you're at - we have a good
deal for you.

19-D-INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY

"Chronicler," in his

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

BAKERY salesperson - experienced
only. Call LI 2-5908.

476-8700

In Hitler's Car:
Chilling Episode

ally" column in the London
Jewish Chronicle, relates the
following under the heading "In

INTERIOR ONLY.
REFERENCES

PERSON wanted for part-time work.
366-0730.

THOMPSON-BROWN COMPANY

Farmington,

SO-BUSINESS CARDS

DECORATING, painting. Neat and clean.
Small carpentry work. 544-4104, 5423270

ELECTRICAL repairs all types. Resi-
dential, Commercial. EL. 6-7228.

•• •

ii! JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
I:: Local and Long Distance STORAGE.

!

Packing, pianos, appliances, household
furnishin gs.
8829 Northend-Ferndale

543 - 4832

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

Services Slated
for Memorial Day

Jewish war dead will be memor-
ialized at services during the coin-
ing week, starting Sunday.
Dr. Leonard Schreiber, com-
mander of the Jewish War Veterans
Department of Michigan, announces
that public memorial services will
be held Sunday at Machpelah
Cemetery.
Participating will be Rabbi Her-
bert S. Eskin, Cantor Joseph Birn-
holtz; and past Department Com-
mander Al Rosen, president of the
Allied Veterans Council of Wayne
County.
A firing squad will be furnished

by the Lt. Roy F. Green Post of
the Jewish War Veterans, and the
bugler will be Sander Davidson of
Scout Troop 23.
Cong. Bnai Moshe patriotic

services will be held at Oakview
Cemetery noon Memorial Day,
May 30. Bloch-Rose Post of the
Jewish War Veterans will parti-
cipate and serve as honor guards.
Bnai Moshe Boy Scout Troop 23
will assist. Rabbi Moses Lehr-
man and Don Sachs, synagogue
president, will deliver the eulo-
gies. Cantor Louis Klein will
chant the El Mole Rahamim for
Bnai Moshe men who died in the
wars of the U.S.
Bale Post, JWV, will conduct

services at Northwest Hebrew Me-
morial Park 10:30 a.m. May 30.
Breakfast for post members at-
tending memorial services will be
held at 9 at the Clock Restaurant,
Seven Mile Rd., west of Evergreen.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek will hold
Its 42nd annual Memorial Day ex-
ercises 11 a.m. May 30 at Clover
Hill Memorial Park. Rabbi Gerald
A. Teller will officiate, and Cantor
Jacob H. Sonenklar, assisted by
the choir under Dan Frohman's
direction, will participate. Rabbi
Irwin Groner will deliver the ad
dress.
Rosenwald Post, American Le-
gion, will hold Sabbath Memorial
Day services at Beth Moses Syna-
gogue 8:45 a.m. May 31. Services
for departed veterans will take
place at the Hebrew Memorial
Park Cemetery 11:30 a.m. June 1.
Veterans and their families are in-
vited.

Solomon Cochin,
Clock Inventor

Solomon Cochin, a well-knrmn
inventor and clock maker, died
Sunday at age 95. He resided at the
Person needed part-time or full-
Home for the Aged.
LIVE-IN OVERSEAS DOMESTICS
Interior decorating, paperhanging.
Full-time painter, insured. Pitts-
time. No experience needed.
AVAILABLE FOR PLACEMENT
Mr. Cochin, whose clock shop
burgh paints. Fair prices. Free
IN YOUR HOME.
was
located on Michigan Ave. for
estimates.
1400 Michigan
many years. was working on a
R. J. STALEY
WO. 2-8698
clock for the blind up until his re-
FIT FOR A QUEEN AGENCY
421 - 1600
cent illness. He held several pat-
ELDERLY Jewish couple desires person
352-1090
to cook and take care of home 5 days.
ents for inventions to improve the
FLRNITURE
refinished
and
repair-ea
Prefer person who can drive. UN 2-9243
manufacture of clocks. His special-
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
ty was grandfather clocks.
45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Having A Party?
A native of Russia, Mr. Cochin
KOWALSKI delicatessen and
Receptionist - Secretary
baked
lived in Detroit since 1924.
goods. Good gross. Excellent for couple.
EXPERIENCED
For Serving
Reasonable. 834-5909 until 7:30 P.M.,
His
survivors include a son, Dr.
after 755-0254.
and
for Active Real Estate office In the
Joseph of Lexington, Mass.; and a
Llivernois-W. 7 Mile area. Must
Clean-Up
have knowledge of handling tele-
daughter,
Mrs. Victor (Judith)
phone & office procedures. Typing
50-BUSINESS CARDS
Avrunin, who has been living with
essential. Real Estate experience
Call Linda 863-5370
helpful. Call Mr. SILVERMAN at
her engineer husband in Israel
or Carolyn 341-8874
342-8600.
LARKINS MOVING CO.
since 1938. She was a former staff
Arthur N. King Realty
paneling and papering.
Household and Office Furniture PAINTING,
member of the Jerusalem Post and
Reasonable. Call Jim, 778-4645.
Local and Inter-state
now resides in Haifa, where she is
HOUSEKEEPER, live-in. Good home.
PAINTING. interior, exterior. Free esti- Dr. Borowitz Appointed
Also storage.
Private room. Salary. Meyers-6 area.
on
an agency for Afro-Asian rela-
mates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639, KE 8-1047.
342-2553.
894-4587
Dean of NYU Arts College tions. Mr. Cochin's other survivors
are one sister and four grandchil-
40-EMPLOYMENT MALE AND/OR FEMALE
NEW YORK-Dr. Sidney Boro-
55 - MISCELLANEOUS
dren.
witz. physicist and a member of
BEAUTIFUL corner table - like new.
For sale. Those interested please call the New York University faculty
543-7861.
for 20 years, has been named dean Moscow Denies Favoring
TWO slate pool tables, 2 months old. of NYU's University College of Border Changes for Israel
Cost $700. sacrifice $250. Can deliver. Arts and Science, effective July 1.
WASHINGTON (ZINS) - The
Golf set, 15 clubs, $50. KE. 2-1960.
President James M. Hester of Soviety Embassy in Washington
NYU said, in announcing the ap- issued a sharp denial of a news
For the smart hardworking salesperson• here is an opportunity
56-ANTIQUES
pointments Tuesday, "Dr. Boro- item which appeared in the Wash-
for unlimited earnings (as much as S30,000 or more). Your
witz has shown outstanding ability ington Post, stating that the Sov-
future earning power depends on you - . there is no limit !
"THE ANTIQUE-BOUTIQUE"
as an administrator and a keen iets had allegedly agreed to "min-
So, if you have sold successfully in the past and you are look-
Antique show and sale. May
awareness of the special needs and or changes" in Israel's borders,
22, 23, 24, 25; 9 a.m. to 9
ing for a solid future in sales, Bond Hilt Construction Co., the
opportunities of University College. as part of the over-all peace plan
p.m. Harvard Row Mall, 11 Mile
largest home improvement company in the Midwest, is looking
His vigorous personality, his inten- between Israel and her Arab neigh-
and Lahser Rd., Southfield.
for you!
sive experience as a department bors - a plan which was to have
Free demonstrations on china
chairman in University College, been proposed by the Big Four.
painting,
glass blowing and
Apply in person:
and his deep concern for the col-
The Soviet Embassy declared
handmade candles. Also avail-
lege qualify him superbly for this that the report was based upon in-
able, portraits in charcoal or
pastels.
appointment."
vention and falsehood and attempt-
In 1965, Dr. Borowitz was one of ed to misrepresent the actual
three distinguished scientists, and position of the Soviet government.
57-FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
13800 W. 8 Mile Rd.
the
only American, to receive John The Post alleged that the Soviets
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
F. Kennedy Memorial Fellowships had agreed to the Golan Heights
A,Great Career is Waiting for you .....
CALIFORNIA bound. Piano, television,
bedrooms,.kitchen, den, all household for study at the Weizmann Insti- and Old Jerusalem becoming part
item& .547.3354.
tute of Science in Israel.
of Israel.
.1.01.411t 0

WORK IN PAWN SHOP

40-B-LIVE-IN MAIDS

OUTSIDE PAINTING

HOME IMPROVEMENT
SALESPERSON

BOND BILT

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