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December 18, 1970 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-18

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40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 18,1970-61

WANTED — A person or couple as
resident house parents for small group
home for children. Husband can con-
tinue own work. Children under care
able to use community school and
facilities. Attractive home and good
salary for persons Interested in chil-
dren and In working with them and
a professional team. Call or write,
Mrs. Ruth S. Getz, Jewish Family &
Children Service, DI 1-5959. 10801 Curtis,
Detroit 48221.

FIELD REPRESENTATIVE
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWER

for Jewish Agency. Able to
meet public and deal with bus-
iness personnel. College grad-
uate.

CALL MR. SIMONS, WO. 1-8570

REAL ESTATE
SALESPEOPLE

Come where the action is. Many
leads and many properties. Come
In & start making M. Our great
volume of listings & investor own-
ed properties & extensive advertis-
ing program guarantees yearly
For interview call Richard Silver.
man.

Try and Stop Me

50 — BUSINESS CARDS

By BENNETT CERF

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
furnishings, office furniture.
8829 Nortbend—Ferndale

A

FLAMBOYANT publisher, long since retired, ran a
quote on the jacket of a third-rate novel that read, "A
marvelous book—George Bernard Shaw." A skeptical re-
viewer phoned him to
prod, "Are you absolute-
ly certain that Shaw said
that?" "I can prove it,"
cried the publisher, but,
deciding that discretion
was the better part of
wisdom, added in a much
lower key, "That is, he
said it all right — but
about a different book!"

543 - 4832

RESIDENTIAL electrical and carpenter
work. Free estimates. 399-4172 or 542-
6251.

I'LL 'FIX ANYTHING around your house
— Carpentry, electric repairs, recr.
rooms. No Job too small. Very reason-
able. Mr. Samuels. LI 4-0604.

COMPLETE Interior painting and dec-
orating. New and old wood refinished,
antiquing. Reasonable. References. 547-
1438.

DECORATING, painting, neat and
clean. Small carpenter work. 544-4104,
542-3270.

• • •

Ralph Parkinson claims
there's an old doctor still
practicing in Wisconsin

CARPENTRY WORK, all kinds, exterior,
Interior. Free estimates. L Schwartz.
BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.

55-C—COATS FOR SALE
Arthur N. King
15510 Livernois
342-8600 NEW MINK coat, top quality, full

40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED

For A Maid hi A Jiffi

CALL JIFFI-MAID

Transportation provided-most sup-
plies furnished. Fully insured,
screened, dependable service.

354-3145
Call any day 8 0.111. to 9 p.m.

WOMAN desires position helping in-
valid or companion. LI 6-7572.

EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

Permanent or temporary employ.
ment wanted, after school and Sat-
urday. Competent as clerk to dis-
play and price merchandise, filling,
assist in office, etc.

High School young lady of good
appearance and character. 342-0001.

50 — BUSINESS CARDS

ALTERATIONS by experienced Euro-
pean dressmaker. 358-3471, after 6.

LEONARD THE PAINTER

Quality decorating—interior &
exterior. Residential and com-
mercial painting. Excellent
workmanship and references.

365-6256

PAINTING and decorating. Experienced.
All work guaranteed. References. TY
7-250L

ODD jobs. Electric work. No Saturday
calls. LI 8-1680.

PLUMBING. Expert home repair spe-
cialist, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926.

HERALD ROOFING CO.

Local Independent Roofer
Free Estimates
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles

534-5100 or Res. 676-5070

ODD jobs, electrical, carpentry, plumb-
ing, etc. Free estimates. 399-4172, 542-
6251.

PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. 1.1 7-5639, BE 8-1047.

JANITOR SERVICE — offices, shops.
Floor waxing, buffing. My own equip-
ment and materials. 910 weekly and up.
Evans. 835-2835.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office
Furniture

Local and Leeg-Distance

Also Morose.
894-4587

EXPERT paperhanging. References. Mr.
Cadotte. 874-3281.

METRO Window Cleaning

Experts on Alum. Storm Windows
* Aluminum & Woodwork Washing
* Eaves Cleaning
* Tree Trimming

Free Estimate
541-0278

FURNITURE refinished

Free estimates. 4744953.

and repaired.

PANELING, partitions, floors and ceil-
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable.
Ran. II 54175 alter 5.

LAD= alterations — experienced.
Work guaranteed. Fast service. 542-2537.

/-2

who should have been sent •
to a mental institution
years ago. Proof? Parkinson says this doctor was sent for by a
lady who said she was feeling worse every day, but couldn't lo-
cate the cause of her malaise.

IF YOU need painting — ask my price.
Call after 4. LI 8-0673. Free estimates.

"Hm - m - m," mused the doctor. "Put your right leg up on that

length, light pastel, size 14. Very rea-
sonable. Call evenings, 342-3816.

couch." She did as instructed. "Now," said the old doe, "put your

left leg there, too." The lady did so — and fell flat on her derriere.

"Tell me," nodded the doctor, "how long have you been having
these fainting spells?"

$20 Million Office Tower
Under Way in Southfield



QUOTABLE:

A $20,000,000 high-rise office
building, Robbins Tower, is under
construction on a 22-acre site on
Evergreen Rd., south of 11 Mile,
Southfield. -
The 18-story structure will be
the largest commercial building
in suburban metropolitan Detroit
with 500,000 square feet of floor
space.
According to Fred Gordon,
spokesman for the group, the
Robbins Tower is the largest con-
struction effort undertaken in
Southfield since the development
of Northland Shopping Center,
which was built at a cost of
slightly more than $30,000,000.

"It's the high-class people you have to give passes to." - Flu
Ziegfeld.
"If your time ain't come not even a doctor can kill you."—Kin
Hubbard.
"We can't cross a bridge 'til we come to it, but I've always be-
lieved in laying down a pontoon ahead of time."—Bernard Baruch.

Britain Urged to Consider
Israel-Arab Arms Balance
in Sale of Chieftain Tanks

LONDON (JTA) — Three mem-
bers of the House of Lords urged
the government to take into con-
sideration the interests of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion and the military balance be-
tween Israel and the Arab states in
its current negotiations for the sale
of 50 Chieftan tanks to Libya.
The matter of the tanks was
brought up by the Earl of Cork,
Lord Janner and Lord Shinwell.
Replying for the government, Lord
Lothian said the points raised were
uppermost in the minds of the gov-
ernment during the present ne-
gotiations. He said he could not
go into the matter further at this
time beause discussions with the
Libyans were in progress.
Lord Janner said the govern-
ment must bear in mind that Libya
is entering into a federation with
Egypt, the Sudan and Syria and
has declared that she would use
any tanks supplied to her against
Israel.
Lord Shinwell asked for assur-
ances from the government that if
Chieftans are supplied to Libya,
Israel will also be provided with
comparable equipment, inasmuch
as tanks sold to Libya could well
be transferred to Egypt.

Genealogy: An account of one's
descent from an ancestor who did
not particularly care to trace his
own. —Ambrose Bierce.

'Let's Talk About
Jewish Holidays'

Issued in time to be useful as
a gift for Hanuka and for use in
homes where there are children
who should be instructed about our
festivals, is a new Jonathan David
volume, "Let's Talk About the
Holidays."
Dorothy Kripke wrote the Stories
and the book is ably illustrated
by Naama Kitov.
Useful for all Jewish occasions,
the volume covers all the festivals.
It starts with Rosh Hashana and
concudes with a fast day — Tisha
b'Av. And it has an epilogue,
"Which Only Means a Few Words
Afterwards," in which the author
makes the point that there is no
such thing as a favorite holiday
— that they are all meaningful
and important.
She concludes appropriately:
"The Bible tells us, 'Be happy on
your holiday!' And indeed, we
are!"
Thus it is not only Hanuka that
is delightfully defined and the
story told for joyous participation,
but also the Holy Days, Sukot,
Shavuot, Tu b'Shvat, and Pass-
over and the Seder.
And the author gives appropriate
space to Israel Independence Day
which she appropriately subtitles
"A Dream Come True."

Political Pressures
on Israel Worry Golda

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Premier
Golda Meir told a Labor Party
youth assembly that she was wor-
ried if Israel had the fortitude to
stand up to political pressures and
not "lose in the political arena
what was won on the battlefield:"
Mrs. Meir did not elaborate on
the causes of her concern although
she appeared to be referring to
recent developments.
She said she never feared that
Israel's soldiers would abandon
the battlefield "but of late I have
begun to worry whether we have
the same strength to insist on
matters which are essential to
our :security."

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