19—OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
GARDEN CITY. 1,500 sq. ft. For lease
— will finish to suit. Dentist In other
suite. Phone GA 7-2880 or EL 7-4558.
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
COMPANION wanted for elderly wom-
an. Very light duties. Beautiful room
with private bath. Live-in. Good wages.
Bus service. Southfield area. 368-1200,
EL 6-3253, LI 4-7570, 358.0110, 352.2726.
A & D CONSTRUCTION
All types of home improvement
and new construction
For downtown social Jewish
Agency. Some experience pre-
ferred, but not essential. Full
Call WO 1-8570
Jewish Vocational Service
OR 8oi 27.19
EXPERT Hebrew tutor available. 541
30 - A — INSTRUCTIONS
BAR.MITZVA, Hebrew, synagogue, Eng-
lish. Experienced tutor. 342-9254, 546-
MATH tutoring, grades 7.12. James
TEENAGER piano teacher, 9 Years
playing experience. $2.50 per lesson —
in your home. LI 7-0598: 3 weekend
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
PERSON wanted for fruit market. 271-
9627, 19809 Warren near Evergreen.
For Conservative Religous School.
Experienced in upper (High School)
grades. Salary negotiable depend-
ing on experience and qualifica-
tions. Contact Mr. F. Pinhas Fellus,
Beth Israel School, 2201 Oren, Flint,
Michigan, phone 233-5386 or 233-
for Route Sales with large
Linen Supply Co. 5 day work
week. Liberal Health Insur-
ance & Retirement Program.
Excellent opportunity for quali-
fied individual. Minimum
weekly earning $145. Send
Domestic Linen Supply
3800 18th St. Detroit 48208
c/o John Robette
with neat appearance willing
to learn all phases of the froz-
en food business with empha-
sis on direct sales to restaur-
ants, hotels, etc.
Please contact Mr. Robert
871-0233, Monday thru Friday
Religious school administrator
needed for Hebrew and Sun-
day School, Fall 1970.
Beth Israel Cong., 1429 Hill St.
Ann Arbor 665-9897
& GARAGE SALES
Experience in selling, build-
ing, or lumber helpful, but
not necessary. Steady leads,
12 months every year. Top
commission rates with better
than average working condi-
tions. Company benefits. East
and West side locations, work
close to home. Join with the
fastest growing home im-
provement department of a
national' lumber company.
An equal opportunity employer.
Responsible position with Jew-
ish communal organization has
administrator of volunteer
womens' program. Includes
educational and fund raising
activity. Interest in male or
Write Box 966
The Jewish News, 17515 W.
9 Mile, Suite 865, Southfield,
List experience and qualifications to
be treated confidentially.
LADIES — childrens alterations. Call
evenings after 5:30, 642.2315.
PORCHES, steps, bricks remortered,
sunken steps raised. Cement work.
Caulking bath-tub and sink. 341-6632.
ELECTRIC repairs, all types. Reason-
able. EL 6-7228 or TO 9-3738.
CARPENTRY WORK, all kinds. exterior,
interior Free eestimates. I. Sahwartz,
BR 3-4826. LI 5-4035.
Household and Office Furniture
Local and Inter-state
LARKINS MOVING CO.
PAINTING AND decorating. Experi-
enced paperhanger. All work guar-
anteed. References. TY 7-2501.
LAWN cutting —spring clean-up. Free
estimates. TO. 9-1448. See page 6.
HERALD ROOFING CO.
Local Independent Roofer
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
543-5100 or Res. 676-5070
LADIES ALTERATIONS, quick service.
experienced. Reasonable prices. 538-4030.
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639, ICE 8-1047.
Call Evenings Until 9
PLUMBING. Expert home repair special
list, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN. 4-6926.
FIRST CLASS painting and decorating
25 years experience. Wood finishing
and antiquing our specialty. Reason
PANELING, partitions, floors and ceil-
ings tiled. Also small jibs. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 3-4576.
DECORATING, painting, neat and
clean. Small carpenter work. 544-4104,
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005,
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
WHIRLPOOL window air-conditioner,
Whirlpool automatic washer. 547-9184.
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
SPRINGER Spaniel — 7 months old.
Housebroken. To' good home. 399-2176.
The annual national loss in prop-
erty values alone because of air
pollution is estimated to be $200
Urges Nixon to
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
NEW YORK (JTA)—President
Nixon was urged by the chairman
of the American Zionist Council
to reappraise as quickly as pos-
sible the military balance in the
Middle East in light of the new
Soviet build-up of Arab armaments
and to follow through with "ap-
propriate action so that the Arabs
are convinced . . . that they can-
not and will not achieve military
superiority over Israel." Rabbi
Israel Miller, in a letter to the
President, said the decision to
hold in abeyance Israel's request
for more Phantom and Skyhawk
jets is "disappointing and most un-
fair to Israel."
Jacques Torczyner, president of
the Zionist Organization of Ameri-
ca, attacked the Nixon administra-
tion's decision as tending "to de-
prive Israel now of the tools for
self-defense against the constant-
ly increasing buildup of the Soviet-
Arab war machine." Torczyner
urged President Nixon "to re-
appraise the situation" in "the
sober light" of the Soviet SAM-3
missile deliveries to Egypt in re-
British Prime Minister Harold
Wilson rejected a request by a
group of Labor MPs who had
asked him to reconsider a decision
not to sell Chieftain tanks to Israel.
The issue has led Israel to chat-.
lenge Britain's impartiality in the
Big Four efforts to find an ap-
proach for a Middle East settle-
ment. Replying to a letter signed
by more than 80 members of a
Labor Friends of Israel parli-
amentary_ group, Wilson said he
saw no evidence that Israel "is
now at a military disadvantage"
or was likely to be "in the forsee-
French officialdom has carefully
refrained from commenting on the
Nixon administration's decision not
to provide Israel with more Phan-
tom and Skyhawk jets at this time.
But privately French leaders see
President Nixon's decision as a
vindication of France's policy of
embargoing arms to Israel and its
refusal to release 50 Mirage jets
that Israel bought and paid for.
They view it as one "which con-
tributes towards bringing a settle-
ment nearer" and hint that it was
influenced by the recent talks be-
tween Mr. Nixon and French Presi-
dent Georges Pompidou.
CARACAS, Venezuela (JTA) —
The Venezuelan government is re-
storing the 138-year-old Jewish
cemetery at Coro as part of a proj-
ect to preserve historical land-
marks. The technical work will be
supervised by the minister of pub-
lic works, Jose Curiel, a Jewish
engineer whose ancestor, Jochedet
Hanah Curiel, was one of the first
persons buried in the cemetery.
The Jewish community in Coro is
descended from Jews who came
there from the Dutch Caribbean
island of Curacao in the early
part of the 19th Century. The
cemetery was opened in 1832.
Cemetery in Coro
40 Viennese Concentratio
Camp Survivors Will Tou
New York and Washingto
NEW YORK (JTA)—Forty Vien-
nese Jews who survived Nazi con-
centration camps arrived at the
main office of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee to thank the, rescue
organization formally for aid in
the years following their liberation
a quarter-century ago.
Carol Lazar, a Dachau survivor
now in his seventies who serves as
vice president of Vienna's Jewish
community, represented the dele-
gation. He noted that the Austrian
Jewish population, which totaled
190,000 before the 1938 Anschluss,
was now 12,500.
Samuel L. Haber, JDC executive
vice chairman, said nonetheless
that Vienna can be proud of "a
Jewish community rising from the
ashes of the holocaust."
The 40 Viennese will be on tour
in New York and Washington, D.C.
Friday, April 3, 1970-45
Kafka Short Stories,
`Great Wall of China'
Short stories of Franz Kafka,
filled with unanswered and un-
posed questions, with visions as
terrifying and real as a nightmare,
are included in "The Great Wall
of China, Stories and Reflections,"
to be published by Schocken Books
May 18. Translators were Willa
and Edwin Muir.
Most of the short stories and
aphorisms contained in "The Great
Wall of China" were written sev-
eral years after "The Trial" and
"Amerika" and display the growth
of his technique. One of the aphor-
isms, for example, seems to cap-
ture the essence of Kafka's writing
in a bare eight words: "A cage
went in seacch of a bird."
The volume includes the title
story, plus "The Burrow," "Inves-
tigations of a Dog," "The Village
Schoolmaster (The Giant Mole),"
"The Hunter Gracchus," "My
Neighbor," "A Common Confu-
sion," "The Bridge," "The Bucket
Rider," "A Crossbreed," "The
Knock at the Manor Gate," "The
City Coat of Arms," "The Silence
of the Sirens," "Prometheus" and
"The Truth About Sancho Panza."
"The Great Wall of China" is
the 11th Kafka title published by
Schocken Books in English. It
was originally published by Schock-
en in 1946 and has been out of
print for several years; May 18
will mark its first appearance in
a paperback format.
British Gov't Repossesses
Its Two Chieftain Tanks
It Lent Israel for Testing
LONDON (JTA) — The British
government has repossessed the
two mighty Chieftain tanks it lent
Israel for testing in the desert. The
tanks, the heaviest and most pow-
erful in the British armory, have
NEW YORK (JTA) — The Uni- been extensively modified by the
ted States is helping Arab terror- Israelis in the light of their experi-
ism by shutting off air parcel post ence with them in the desert and
shipments to Israel, Congressman under conditions resembling those
Richiard L. Ottinger charged in of actual. combat.
Israel has been eager to buy the
a letter to Postmaster General
Winton M. Blount, protesting the British tanks to offset the heavy
Post Office Department's failure Soviet armor with which the Egyp-
to arrange for El Al airlines to tian Army is equipped, but the
carry parcel post between the British Foreign Office has refused
to approve the sale. Its argument
U.S. and Israel.
has been that to sell the tanks to
Last week, the Democratic
Israel could upset the military
Congressman from New York
in the Middle East. The
noted, Trans World Airlines ad-
Foreign Office is still considering
mitted that because of bomb
of permitting sale of
threats it is refusing to carry
Herzl Institute to Host i parcel post shipments over 5 the leviathans to Libya. Comment-
ing on the disclosure that the two
Economic History Parley ounces to Israel despite the fact tanks had been reclaimed from
NEW YORK—A conference on , that U.S. postal authorities hold
Israel, observers said today that
such shipments in isolation for
"Recent Economic Jewish History"
the action was a political gesture
sponsored by the Theodor Herzl
intended to emphasize Britain's
Institute will be held April 18-19,
sincerity in maintaining an em-
it was announced by Dr. Emil cel post shipments with El Al bargo on the sale of arms to the
Lehman, director of the institute. which has expressed willingness Middle East area of hostilities.
The opening session will high- to carry such cargo between Israel
light such topics as "The Meaning and the U.S.," Rep. Ottinger Visiting Prof at Technion
of Jewish Economic History," charged, "the Post Office Depart-
"Jewish Participation in African ment claims the best it can do Brings Hebrew Savvy
JERUSALEM—Dr. Eli Reshotko,
Economic History" and "The Im- is put parcel post on ships to the
pact of German Reparations on Middle East. This is caving in to a professor of aeronautical engi-
the Jewish Scene." The Sunday Arab blackmail and peopardizing neering at Case-Western Reserve
University in Cleveland who has
sessions will center on three Israel's economy."
assumed the Louis Susman Visit-
themes: "Jewish Migrations —
ing Professorship at the Technion
Catalyst for Better and for Worse"; Eban Briefs Cabinet
—Israel Institute of Technology,
Jews in Current Economic Organi- on Two-Power Talks
zation"; and "Israel—An Econo-
is a rare breed at the Technion:
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Foreign
a visiting professor who delivers
Minister Abba Eban briefed the
his lectures in Hebrew, to the re-
cabinet on the latest foreign policy
Catholic Girls Get View developments including the re- lief of his students.
He teaches third and fourth-year
sumption of Two Power—U.S. and
of Jewish Life, Culture
students and continues his work
NEW YORK (JTA) — Ten Soviet Russia—Mid East talks in on research projects.
senior girls from an Indiana •Cath- Washington.
Dr. Reshotko has a firm back-
The Israel government reported-
olic school, accompanied by their
ground in Jewish and Hebrew sub-
teacher of Jewish history, ended ly believes that Moscow's attitude jects, in addition to his expertise
has hardened, and nothing con-
a nine-day tour of New York as
structive will emerge from either in science. He was trained at the
part of a two-credit course "de-
the bi-lateral talks or the Four Herzliah Hebrew Teachers Insti-
signed to confront the student with Power deliberations.
tute in New York City.
the contemporary Jewish culture
Prof. Reshotko was born in
Gideon Fafael, director general
and its historical contributions."
of Israel's foreign ministry, left New York and was graduated from
The teacher is Rabbi Bernard for Washington to confer with Cooper Union. He received his
M. Cohen, affiliated with the Union State Department officials on the masters degree in mechanical
of Hebrew Congregations. The impact of the renewed Soviet- engineering from Cornell, and his
group saw Broadway's "Fiddler on American negotiations on Israeli- PhD in aeronautical engineering
the Roof" and off-Broadway's "Un- United States relations.
from the California Institute of
fair to Goliath", visited Orthodox,
Rafael has been overseeing such Technology. He did research for
Conservative, Reform and Hasidic relations since the resignation last the National Aeronautics and
synagogues and institutions; and month of Moshe Bitan, assistant Space Administration from 1960
learned how to make matzot and director general in charge of to 1964, when he joined the faculty
of Case-Western Reserve.
North American affairs.
Congressman Charges US
With Aiding Terrorists by
Halting Air Parcels to Isr