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June 26, 1970 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-26

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46-Friday, June 26, 1970

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

OAK PARK. 3 bedroom ranch. Near 10
Mile. Central air, dining el, kitchen with
eating space. 524,900. 547-2071.

OAK PARK
$25,900

3 bedroom brick contemporary.
Beautiful carpeting, drapes through-
out. Air-conditioner. Remodeled
kitchen, dishwasher. Finished base-
ment. Patio. large yard. as-
sumable mortgage.

399-7078

15151 Leslie

OAK PARK
23030 Eastwood

N. of 9.'3 bedroom brick ranch, 11/2
baths, family room with fireplace,
air.conditioning unit, new carpet-
drapes, power humidifier,
ing,
beautifully decorated. Many extras.
Ideal location. 528,900.

LI 7-1793

Open Sun. 2-S

Southfield

Elkin built 4 bedroom colo-
nial, air-conditioned. $39,900.
By owner, leaving state.

Open Sunday
353-0564

OAK PARK

23110 Beverly

-

Open Sun. 2.6

3-bedroom brick ranch, 2 full
baths, den, porch. dishwasher,
double oven. central air, gas
heat. $34,500. Can assume
65a °b mtge.

LI 8-8846

OAK 'ARK-OPEN SUN. 7-5
24051 CHURCH

Beaut. mint condition, 3 bed. ranch,
din. rm. 11/2 baths, cent. air, fine
carpets, drapes. immed. poss. 626,900

SOUTHFIELD, OAK PK. AREAS

See our list of new & used Ranches
& colonials. 524,900 & up.

MELJOY

353-1700

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

In the Ravine. 9 Mile-Inkster on Thorn-
payment.
cliffe. 175x196. Small down
356-2576.

POWDER HORN ESTATES. 150x174
Birmingham address. 567-9527.

20-A-MODERNIZATION

A & D CONSTRUCTION

All types of home improve-
ment and new construction
Free estimates.

476-9288

J & S
Home Improvements

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

$200,000 Grant for Leukemia Study
by Weizmann Prof. Haran-Ghera

her to carry out a research project
on the nature and control of
NEW YORK - The Gaon Rabbi
Hodgkins-like lesions and other Moshe Feinstein, dean of Mesivta
types of leukemia in mice.
Tifereth Jerusalem of America,
Belgian-born Prof. Haran-Ghera
one of the oldest yeshivot and rab-
received her MSc and PhD degrees binical seminaries on the contin-
from the Hebrew University in ent, announced that a contract has
Jerusalem. She has been active in
been signed for
the field of cancer research since
the acquisition of
CALL DI 1-4200, ext. 273
joining the Weizmann Institute in
Monday 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.,
acreage and im-
1952. During the past five years
Tuesday thru Friday
prove m ents on
she has concentrated on the mecha-
9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
Staten Island
nism of radiation leukemogenesis in
which will give
mice, with emphasis on lymphatic
40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED
his yes hiva the
b X-ra y s
leukemia induction
d i
by
largest cont i g u-
The
Anti-Defamation
League
of
FOR A MAID IN A JIFFI
She and her colleagues were
-.Nis campus of
Bnai Brith commended U.S. Secre-
able to show that irradiation of
Call Jiffi-Maid
any Jewish school
tary of Transportation John Volpe mice causes the release of a leu-
Transportation provided - most
of learning in the
for
stopping
the
expenditure
of
supplies f u r n i s h e d. Insured,
kemogenic virus, mainly from the
New York metro-
federal
funds
on
a
road
project
screened, dependable service.
bone marrow, five to ten days after
politan area.
leading to a shrine operated by
Call any day 8:00 a.m. to 9 p.m.
their exposure to irradiation. Ra-
Rabbi Fein-
"the notorious anti-Semite, Gerald
354 - 3145
diation was also found to contrib-
stein, president-
Smith" in Eureka Springs, Arkan-
ute to leukemia development, by
A-1 experienced man and woman wishes
of
the Union of
sas.
wall washing. 925-6581.
causing a temporary depression of
In a statement released from the animal's immunity. Finally, ' Rabbi Feinstein Orthodox Rabbis
ISRAELI WOMAN wants to keep eye on
Washington. Sunday, Volpe an- and most significantly,, they have of the U.S. and Canada, stated
children in her home. 345-4941.
nounced that after reviewing the demonstrated that mice can be im- that it is imperative-"particul-
WIDOW would like to babysit or be
proposal-for improvement of a 2.5 munized against the development larly when young men are so con-
companion. LI 6-7572.
fused and fall prey to philosophies
mil county road connecting U.S. 62 of the disease.
GOOD manicurist, pleasant personality
of violence and destruction that
and Arkansas State Route 23N-he
The new research project, to be
desires to rent booth in beauty or bar-
mortally endanger themselves and
ber shop or employment in same. 545- had withheld approval because the
carried out by Prof. Haran-Ghera
5610.
expenditure of the required federal and her research team under the society"-that efforts and facili-
ties
be increased to reach as many
funds "was not supported by the terms of this three-year grant, in-
road service that would be pro- cludes analysis of the different youth as possible,
50 - BUSINESS CARDS
He indicated that a $1,000,000
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti- vided." Cost of the project would ! factors contributing to the develop-
mates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639, ICE 8-1047. have been $227,000 of which 50 perk ment of spontaneous Hodgkins-like emergency drive is being launched
for Phase I of the development
DECORATING, painting, neat and cent would have been provided by tumors and other types of leukemia
clean. Small carpenter work. 544-4104, the Transportation Department's
in mice, and the search for suit- campaign to triple present cam-
542.3270.
Federal Highway Administration. able methods of immunization and pus facilities for resident students.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James More than $68,000 would have been
prevention of the development of
According to Rabbi Feinstein,
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
provided by the Commerce Depart. the disease.
526 Belmont.
new nine-acre campus, together
ment through the Ozark Regional
with its existing four-story build-
Commission and about $45,000
ing, and additional future build-
would have been advanced by Car- Killed Children of Avivim
ings, will house the resident
Honored by Monument
roll County, Arkansas.
division of Tifereth Jerusalem's
SAFAD (JTA)-The families of
The ADL had urged President
preparatory,
undergradute and
Exterior and Interior
Nixon to direct Commerce Secre- 12 Israeli school children and
graduate schools.
tary Maurice Stans and Transpor- adults killed in the terrorist am-
546-0917
The acquisition will permit en-
tation Secretary Volpe to withdraw bush of a schoolbus near the Le-
largement of the resident division
PLUMBING. Expert home repair special
list, garbage disposals, repaired and government financing for the proj- banese border one month ago, for outstanding students in Talmud,
serviced. Call UN. 4-6926.
ect, stating that the grant for a gathered at the cemetery to place
cognate subjects and Halakha. In
EXPERIENCED painter. Interior, ex- new road leading to Smith's wreaths on the graves of the vic- the past, hundreds of promising ap-
terior. Guaranteed work. Reasonable. "Christ of the Ozarks" project tims who were buried there.
Free estimates. 352-9544, after 6 p.m.
All of them were from Avivim plicants had to be turned away
had been made "despite abundant
pending the acquisition of perman-
evidence that the name of Christ and the population of that Upper
FIRST CLASS painting and decorating
and a so-called non-profit religious Galilee town and members of ent and adequate quarters.
25 years experience. Wood finishing
and antiquing our specialty. Reason
He emphasized that educational
enterprise (known as the Etna M. neighboring settlements attended
able. 547-1438.
Smith Foundation) is being used to the unveiling of a monument with activities will continue at the pre-
sent buildings on E. Broadway
spread religious hatred with ulti- twelve torches.
NEED ANY PAINTING?
The occasion was the ending of where hundreds of students com-
mate profit to Gerald Smith."
the "shloshim," the traditional 30 mute to pre-school, elementary and
Quality interior, exterior & staining.
high school classes.
days of mourning.
By U of M students. Free estimates.

Stimulating, intellectual, experi-
enced person or persons with
background in Jewish history,
ethics and culture,. Selected po-
sitions for the Jewish Parents
Institute Sunday school program
commencing in September. Ap-
plications now being considered.

REHOVOT, Israel - A $200,000
grant received from the Talisman
Foundation of New York by Prof.
Nechama Haran-Ghera of the
Weizmann Institute's Experimental
Biology Department, headed by
Prof. Isaac Berenblum, will enable

U.S. Denies Fund
For Anti-Semite
Smith Ark. Road

B R

Painting

References.

Call Eves.

642-0943

Steps to Protect
Israel's Children

PANELING, partitions, floors and ceil-
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 3-4676 after 5.

JERUSALEM (JTA)-The Israel
government took new measures to
All Kinds of Carpentry Work
protect school children in the bor-
ELECTRIC repairs, all types. Reason-
SAVE - Deal Direct with
der regions that have come under
able. EL 6-7228 or TO 9-3738.
Owner.
increasing attack‘tly Arab guer-
Free Estimates
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. rillas and terrorists.
356-0782 Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
399-7927
Packing, pianos, appliances, household . Deputy Premier and Minister of
furnishings, office furniture.
Education Yigal Allon ordered
8829 Northend-Ferndale
30-A-INSTRUCTIONS
classes suspended in all border
543 - 4832
village schools made of combus-
BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, synagogue, Eng-
lish. Experienced tutor. 342-9254, 546- CARPENTRY WORK, all kinds, exterior,
tible materials or which have roofs
interior. Free estimates. I. Schwartz.
0583.
that are not bomb proof. He also
BR 34826, LI 5-4035.
BAR-MITZVA, He brew. Experienced
ordered an end to the bussing of
tutor. Modern, synagogue. 533.9656.
school children if the bus route
EXPERT
leads along border roads. Eight
SUMMER SPECIAL
children and four adults were kill-
AND
Enroll now for piano and or-
ed last month when terrorists am-
gan class lessons. Small elec-
bushed a schoolbus on a road near
_ith
tric instrument included w
the Lebanese border. Recent
CHARLES CADOTTE
lessons.
rocket and mortar attacks have
874-3281
hit schools in Kiryat Shemona and
Northwest Music Center
AND decorating. Experi-
Beisan township.
PAINTING
enced paperhanger. All work guaran-
3176 W. 12 Mile
The education ministry is pre-
teed. References. Tv 7-2501. -
paring plans to build specially pro-
543-8694
LADIES alterations. Experienced. Quick tected school houses in the border
Ask for Mr. Sheyer
service. Reasonable prices. 538-4030.
settlements.

PAPERHANGING

PAINTING

TUTORING

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Want your child to improve
his reading this summer? Ex-
perienced teacher with M.S
degree can help elementary
students achieve this goal.

Household and Office
Furniture

CALL 398-6263

refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. 474-8953.

PIANO TEACHER, highly experienced.
3 openings presently available. Reason-
able rates. LI 7-0598.

CERTIFIED TEACHER for summer tu-
toring In early elementary math and
reading. KE 2.6023.
--- -
-
EXPERIENCED, certified teacher- will
tutor elementary subjects. 353-6868.

40--EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

Mesivta Tifereth
Launches Drive
for New Campus

Local and Inter-State
Also storage.
894-4587

FURNITURE

new. Experienced
inter and decorator. Reasonable. BR 3-
8.

MAKE HOUSE like

HERALD ROOFING CO.

Local Independent Roofer
Free Estimates
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles

534-5100 or Res. 676-5070

COMPANION with car for elderly wo-
man. Days or live in. Salary. LI 84631.

CEMaNT contractor, quality cement
work, all kinds. 823.3731.

WE NEED a live In companion to elder-
ly lady. Room, board and a good salary.
UN 4-3358 or 398-3942.

HANDYMEN: Experienced, qualified col-
lege seniors. Plumbing and all phases
of minor construction. 851-5155, 353-2591.

50-BUSINESS CARDS

LADIES alterations, experienced, work
guaranteed. 542-2537, Mrs. G.

DRESSMAKER SPECIAL
PLAIN HEMS $1.00

All kinds of alterations. Rea-
sonable. Fast, efficient serv-
ice.

Coll for appt. 345-6878
20016 Greenfield

KITCHEN remodeling, recr. rooms, all
kinds of carpentry work. 356-4665.

EXPERT A-I wall washing. Reasonable

rates. 925-6581 anytime days or eves.

57-FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

31/2 ROOMS of furniture, carpeting and
drapes. 2 T.V.'s. UN 4-4411, 13323 S.

Norfolk, Blackstone Manor. • •

This Week in History

(From the files of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
40 Years Ago This Week: 1930

Jewish groups gave the International Wailing Wall Commission a
100-page memo detailing Jewish claims to the wall.
The Jewish National Council urged Poland to "show initiative"
in abolishing Polish Jews' "present catastrophic position."
A New York Supreme Court Justice dismissed a Free Thinkers'
Society suit to bar Bible reading in public schools. The Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis opposed compulsory religious activities
in public schools.
The Yiddish Actors' Union barred its members from appearing in
Yiddish talking pictures, charging they used non-union labor, were not
shown outside of Jewish areas, and were generally injurious to the
reputation of the Yiddish theater.
The House Immigration Committee rejected bills to halve immi-
gration and to give the President authority to suspend all immigration.
Rabbi Solomon Foster of Temple Bnai Jeshurun, Newark, asserted
that American Jewish schools were "frequently hard-pressed, if not
forced into bankruptcy, while our people individually enjoy great luxury
and support all kinds of cultural movements." He said rabbis' sermons
"are adulterated in their Jewish spirit and denuded of Jewish thought
and hope so as to be indistinguishable from an address by a liberal
Christian theologian."
The Central Conference of American Rabbis (Reform) voted to
modernize the "Kol Nidre," retaining only the first two words and
the melody.
The East European economic depression was reported to be placing
many Jewish communities in danger of extinction.

10 Years Ago This Week: 1960

Rabbi Max Schenk, head of Congregation Shaarei Zedek, Brooklyn,
declared that the elimination of Soviet anti-Semitism was "a fraud and
a lie.
Arnold Forster, civil rights chief of the Anti-Defamation League,
reported that the Arab League had a $10,000,000 anti-Israel, anti-Jewish
propaganda machine.
Israeli Premier David Ben-Gurion said France was a "devoted and
loyal friend whose friendship is unconditional."
A Kings County (Brooklyn) Supreme Court Justice issued a war-
rant for the arrest of American Nazi leader Geoge Lincoln Rockwell
for disorderly conduct and inciting to riot. The Washington office of
the Anti-Defamation League urged the federal government to ban
Rockwell rallies as "outright violations of law."
UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold concluded that "the
refugee problem will be with us, I am afraid, forever unless the world
turns more peaceful"

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