30—Friday, July 4, 1969
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
SMALL JOBS, basement ceiling and
floors tiled, walls paneled. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 3-4576.
Marlin Hemphill Named Max Fried, Teacher
for Cancer Foundation
Chamberlain Co. Veep
Chamberlain Real Estate Co. has
announced the appointment of Mar-
lin R. Hemphill as vice president
BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, Synagogue, Eng.
and director of
lish. Experienced tutor. 342-9254. 546-0583.
Immediate occupancy on this well
kept 3 bedroom brk. home, tiled
3 ELEM. TEACHERS working on their
lice. Rm. extra lay. in base., screen-
Master's will tutor children in any
ed porch. 2 car brick garage $2500
Call 399-9449, 399-1759, 342-7977.
just completed a
you. Painters, wallpaper hang-
ers — courtesy.
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
ELDERLY woman wants mature com-
panion, slight duties. Beautiful room
KNOPPOW PAINT COMPANY
His most recent
with bath, apartment building, live-in.
Wages. 368-1200, EL. 6-3253, LI. 4-7570,
position with the
To see this home is to buy it.
14960 Livernois — UN 2-5272
firm was that of
Magnificent 4-bedroom custom-
EXPERIENCED salesperson for woman's
assistant to the
built colonial. Foyer with wind-
apparel shop. Imperial Clothing Co. A-1 PAPERHANGING and painting. Im-
ing stairway, family room with
mediate service. UN 4-0326.
While serving in a management
natural fireplace and built-in
post for the firm's Royal Oak divi-
bar. Every known luxury through-
6-3220, 9-11:30 a.m.
out. 2-car garage, electric eye.
sion, Hemphill served on the Royal
MATURE PERSON for bakery sales.
Oak school board for nine years,
Full-time preferred. LI 7-2584,
five as president.
Hemphill is past president of the
WORK IN PAWN SHOP
Detroit Chapter of the National
JULES M. KLEIN
Experienced person, full-time, top CHAS. CADOTTE 874-3281 Association of Accountants and was
national director. He received a
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. a
Local and Long Distance STORAGE. "Distinguished Citizens Award"
Packing, pianos, appliances, household from the Greater Royal Oak Cham-
ber of Commerce in 1962. While
The most luxurious 6 room face
there, he was a trustee of William
brk. ranch. 3 large bedrms, beauti-
LARGE Linen Supply Company looking
for supervisor. Call Max, TE. 1-6700.
ful Rec. Rm. gas ht.
Beaumont Hospital, director of the
FOR BETTER well washing. call James
Boys Club of South Oakland Coun-
Russell. One day service. TO 64005
Kenosha N. of 10 Mile
ty, an adviser on the Board of the
Very lovely 7 room face brk. ranch,
3 bedrms &
Experienced in men's clothing—
FURNITURE refinished and repaired. Royal Oak Probation Department
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
and chairman of the suburban unit
for the Metropolitan Torch Drive
Most Luxurious 7-room Face BRICK
ED DUFFY'S MEN'S SHOP
LARKINS MOVING CO. Fund.
RANCH. 2u, yrs old. 2000 sq. ft.
17614 Grand River
2 car attached gar. Close to Shop.
Household and Office Furniture
ping & Synagogues.
Local and Inter-state
MATH TUTORING, grades 7-12. James
Wineman. UN 3-6372.
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
FRANKLIN Forest. 13 Mlle and North-
western. Large lot—especially suited
for split-level home. 353-5742.
100'x175' Treed Lot
Coventry Woods Lane
off Bell Rd.
SOUTHFIELD. Choice lot. North of 12
Mile, East of Lahser. First lot on Wood-
haven. 160x172. 353-7896.
125 FT. FRONTAGE in Southfield. Sew-
er. water and gas. 353-9482.
26—LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE
For Sale-10 individual-
ly owned summer homes
—m o d e r n. Swimming
pool, club house. A sum-
19 miles North of Port Huron
on Lake Huron. For details call
in Southfield 358-4598, or Lex.
iegton, Michigan 1-359-7255.
A Future That's Just
As Bright As You Make It!
We're the leading company in
our field, paying top eamings
and highest commissions, and
we're looking for experienced
$10.000-$15,000 a year.
your mature and have sold new
or used cars, real estate, life in-
surance, or encyclopedias, etc.
—and you want to move up
where the big money is, we'd
like to talk you you. We offer
• Training Program
• Liberal Salary while
• Blue Cross
• Year-round advertising
• Highest commission
• Permanent employment
• Top earnings
BOND-BILT CONST. CO .
13800 W. 8 Mile Road
• Ask for Mr. Fields
or Mr. Sable
40 - A — EMPLOYMENT WANTED
BAAL KRIAH—Tkiah, Shaharit. Avail-
able for High Holidays. Out of town
SPACE AVAILABLE IN NEW
STORE OPENING IN BIRM-
INGHAM FOR MEN'S SHOES
A N D LUGGAGE DEPART-
EXPERIENCED ENGLISH TUTOR
Placement exams! Teacher
Wayne State will tutor in com-
position and/or literature on any
level. Call after 6:00. 866-9076.
PLUMBING. Expert home repair spe-
cialist, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN. 4-6926.
Prepare for S.A.T. College Boards.
19—OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
NEED A PAINTER!
PAINTING AND decorating. All work
guaranteed. References. TY 7-2501.
19—OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
before you lease your
new office space • • •
SEE THE NEW, DISTINCTIVE, IDEALLY LOCATED
CENTRAL PARK OFFICE PLAZA
(Opposite Southfield Civic Center'
26011 Evergreen Rd., corner 101/2 Mile Rd.
71,000 Sq. Ft. for October occupancy
For information; Call Mr! Cane at 313-353-1457
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. LI. 7-5639, KE. 8-1047.
OIL PAINTINGS — Originals -
ways nominaL Call 356-8116.
FALLSBURG, N.Y. (JTA)—The
Rabbinical Council of America, or-
ganization of Orthodox rabbis,
WEAVLNG, burns, tears. Couches.
went on record unanimously here
chairs, clothing. Reasonable prices. 352-
on rejecting "categorically" the
concept of "reparations" demand-
ed by black militants from
churches and synagogues for Ne-
ALL KINDS, EXTERIOR, INTERIOR
gro deprivations over the years.
The action was taken by the rab-
binical body at the close of its
annual convention in one of
a series of resolutions on domestic
In calling for adoption of the
HAVING A PARTY?
resolution against "reparations,"
Rabbi Bernard A. Poupko of Pitts-
For serving & clean up
burgh, the convention chairman,
asserted that "reparations" would
result in creating a "greater gulf
between blacks and whites, make
permanent the ghettoizing of the
Negro community and destroy all
efforts to integrate the American
into a united whole."
Vemco ELECTRONIC society
The resolution added that "Just
as we have the responsibility to
combat white racism, so do we
have the equal responsibility to
combat backlash leadership which
tries—consciously or unconsciously
—to perpetuate black racism."
In another action, the rabbi-
nical group suggested a confer-
of all major faith communi-
Cell Evenings Until 9
ties to coordinate a joint position
concerning a recent U. S. Su-
preme Court decision to take up
the question of tax exemption for
religious institutions. The resolu-
tion expressed concern over a
New York property owner's at-
tempt to deny tax exemption to
religious institutions, saying "We
Michigan's best dealers under
see in it an attempt to further
one roof. LIVONIA MALL, 7
secularize our society and under-
MILE & MIDDLEBELT. No ad-
mine the spiritual values which
mission charge. Flea market
The convention delegates called
bargains as well as priceless
all nongovernmental organiza-
tions accredited to the United Na-
JULY 9, 10, 11 and 12
tions to join as one group in com-
batting what they described as "the
9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Soviet and Arab attacks" to "de-
stroy the effectiveness of their
work" at the UN.
91—COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERSHIP
Some 200 organizations are ac-
credited as NGOs to present state-
SHENANDOAH Country Club member- ments to UN agencies and to par-
ship for sale. Reasonable. Call 646-4266
ticipate in debate by such agencies.
The NGOs include several Jewish
Rabbi Zev Segal of Newark was
president and Rabbi Ber-
nard Berzon of Brooklyn, N.Y. was
re-elected first vice president.
CEMENT WORK. Repair side-drives or
porch steps. Reasonable. Call 398-0719.
For YOUR Ad
The common argument that crime
is caused by poverty is a kind of
slander on the poor.
—H. L. Mencken.
Max Fried, an esophageal speech
teacher for the Michigan Cancer
Foundation, died Tuesday at age
76. He willed his body to the
Wayne State University Medical
A cancer victim who had lost
his larynx, Mr. Fried was national-
ly known for teaching thousands to
speak through the esophageal
method. Since last September, he
had taught Cancer Foundation
classes at Wayne State Univer-
sity's speech school. He was for-
mer president of the Anamilo
(Greek for "I speak again") Club,
comprised of laryngectomees.
Surviving are his wife, Virginia;
a son, John; a brother, Joseph; a
sister, Mrs. Herman Oxhandler;
and one grandchild. He resided
at 13140 Connor. Memorial serv-
ices for Mr. Fried will be held
4 p.m. Sunday in the Michigan
Cancer Foundation auditorium,
4811 John IL
Stanley Imerman, president of
Imerman Screw Products and of
Press-Craft Manufacturing, both at
12165 Mack, died Sunday at age 74.
He headed the firms for 55 years.
Born in Clare, Mich., Mr. Imer-
man was a Detroit resident for
more than 60 years and was active
in the Allied Jewish Campaign,
Michigan Arthritis Foundation and
many other organizations. He also
belonged to Temple Beth El,
Franklin Hills Country Club, Stan-
dard City Club and Perfection
Lodge of the Masons.
Mr. Imerman, 8162 E. Jefferson,
leaves a sister, Mrs. Arthur R.
(Josephine) Bloom, two nieces and
Joseph Abrahams, 84;
Designer and Artist
NEW YORK—Joseph B. Abra-
hams, designer and artist, who
had created windows and mosaic
ceilings for temples and churches,
as well as the bronze doors of Tem-
ple Emanu-El here, died Tuesday
at age 84. He lived in Venice, Fla.,
but was here to celebrate what
would have been his 85th birthday.
The last days of his career were
devoted mainly to making illumi-
nated citations for award cere-
monies. Citations which he embel-
lished were given to leaders of in-
dustry and government, including
almost every President since
Secretary of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America from
1901 to 1941, Mr. Abraham design-
ed many type faces, including
three sets of Hebrew type for a
30-volume edition of the Talmud
planned for publication in Jerusa-
lem. He also wrote for Jewish and
PARIS (JTA )—Isaac Schneersohn,
who founded the Memorial to the
Unknown Jewish Martyr and a
memorial museum of the Nazi
Holocaust here, was buried June 27
at services attended by government
officials and others. Mr. Schneer-
sohn died June 25 at age 90.
Front-Line Village Adopted
village of Yardena, near the Jor-
dan River in the Beth Shean Val-
ley, which comes frequently under
the fire of Jordanian artillery posi-
tions beyond the river, has been
adopted by the Jewish National
Fund afforestation division.
On the occasion of a visit of JNF
Forest Inspector Noah Feted, the
settlement has been promised that
JNF experts will come to Yardena
each week to plant trees which
will both conceal the village homes
from enemy eyes and beautify the
area. A few thousand cypress and
pine trees will be planted there in
the first phase.