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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44-hiday, January 22, 1971

17.A - LOTS FOR SALE

Prime Lot For Sal.
#84. Singer, Riverbank Es-

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

First Beduin to Complete Medical Studies

Brings Honor to Negev's Inhabitants

with a Jewish student whom he
JERUSALEM - A milestone in ed the young physician on his
visited in his home.
the development of the 25,000 success and his devotion.
During the years he was study-
Responding, Tunis said that he ing in Jerusalem, Tunis went home
Beduin in Israel's Negev was
reached when 27-year-old Yunis hoped many other young Beduin for a weekend every month. He
Write lox 1003
The Jewish News, 17515 W. 9 Nile
Abu-Rabiah, a member of the large would be enrolled in Israel's insti- lived as a Beduin for 24 hours,
Rd, Suit* 1153, Southfield, Mich.
Beduin tribe of Abu-Rabiab, of- tutions of higher learning. He then his brothers went with him
4887S.
ficially
completed six years of expressed his gratitude to his on horseback to the bus stop and
Farmington Township
studies at the Hebrew University- teachers at the Hebrew University Tunis returned to his laboratory
40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED
We have several desirable lots
Hadassah Medical School and be- and all who helped him advance.
in Jerusalem and 20th Century
in 13-14 Mile. Middlebelt sec-
came the first Israeli Beduin to
For A Maid In A Jiffi
In a remark to one of the
life. These regular moves between
tion, suitable for fine homes.
take up the medical profession.
guests,
Sheikh
Ja'abarl,
a
ioniser
two so different environments did
Priced reasonable.
CALL JIFFI-MAID
He plans to return to the Negev Jordanian cabinet member and not affect him, he says.
Transportation provided.m • s t sup-
Call DI. 1-1125
to
become
the
physician
of
the
a
leading
Arab
personality
on
He has now begun his intern-
plies f u rn I s it• ru tty insed,
Greeter 'tensest teeny
Beduin population. A giant Hafleh the West Bank, also expressed
screened, dependable service. ur
ship at the Negev Central Hos- •
(Arabic for "celebration"), one of his gratitude to the university pital in Beersheba, where he will
354-3145
the largest ever held in the for Its role in training Tunis work mainly in the departments
Call any day 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Negev, marked the graduation of
and added that if more Arab of surgery, internal medicine,
CONVALESCENT care, companion, light
the Beduin student.
housekeeping. 9314887.
and Jewish students could study
pediatrics and gynecology. He' is
Hosting the event, which took together, this might promote bet- the only Arab among 12 students
place
in
a
Beduin
encampment
on
understanding.
doing internship at the hospital.
ter
BOOKKEEPING
a barren hillside between Beer-
One of the first tasks Yunis has
Yunis is the second oldest of
BY MARYANN
Lovely 9/10 acre lot near
sheba and the Dead Sea, were eight brothers and three sisters. set for himself is to travel around
Complete personalised service Trial
Orchard Lake Rd. and Walnut balance, bank reconciliations, pay-
Yunis' father Ibrahim, and his Part of his motivation tame from to the thousands of Beduin to lec-
roll taxes, quarterly returns, sales
uncle Mimed, who is the sheikh his father, who wanted to study ture on hygiene and first aid- He
Lake Rd., in fine custom
tax.
of the 3,000 member Abu-Rabiah but did not manage, and then also has taken upon himself to
home area. Owner must sell.
Cell 358-4197
tribe.
decided that his sons should have improve the life of the Beduin
through the recently established
Some 400 guests attended the the chance.
.
43-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
traditional Beduin banquet, held
Yunis' younger brother, Hal, "Association of Friends of Beduin"
in a large carpeted tent, in- 25, is now studying law at the which he helped initiate and which
2-8282
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
cluding the beads of most of the Hebrew University's Mount Scopus numbers several Hebrew Univer-
RETIRING
20 Beduin tribes of the Negev,
campus while another brother, sity professors.
18-STORE RENTALS
Write Ilex 1002
He is especially interested in
Arabs from East Jerusalem,
Aref, 23, studies economy and sta-
GRATIOT, 9965. Good location. Any
The Jewish News, 17515 W.
Ramallah and Hebron-the latter
tistics at the University of the promoting the Abu-Rabiah tribal
business. Attractive building. 881.4801.
achool, which stems from British
headed by its mayor, Sheikh
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Michi-
Negev in Beersheba.
mandatory times and now has 300
Mohammed All Ja'abarl.
gan 48075.
The young Beduin doctor had
19-OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Among the other guests were his secondary schooling at the pupils, including 20 girls-and this
ranking military and police of- Terra Sancta High School in Naz- year, for the first time, has a
PRIME LOCATION, at Maple and
SO-BUSINESS CARDS
Orchard Lake Rd. 9 new suites,
ficers; Uri Stendel, deputy ad- areth-"I did not learn enough tenth grade, with 25 students.
85.00 per sq. ft. per month, includes
Among Tunis' main goals is
viser on Arab affairs in the prime Hebrew then, at least not for uni-
DISTINCTIVE
air-conditioning, heating, carpeting,
drapes, janitorial service. Ample
minister's office; prominent health versity studies, but I taught my- to impress on his people to send
PAINTING CO.
parking.
their daughters to school, to
Custom wallpapering, painting in-
and education authorities of the self the language gradually." .
terior and exterior. Residential and
have Hebrew University faculty
area; the mayor of the near-by
commercial. Guaranteed satisfac-
After a year of biology stu,dies
lecture before Beduin youth ea
town of Arad; Hebrew University
tion.
at the Hebrew University of Jeru-
education at high school and
Rend & Insuranced
representatives
headed
by
Prof.
Birmingham
646-6000
564 - 6000
salem he was accepted at the
KE 7-5167
255-4327
university levels and show bow
Jonathan Magnes, dean of the
medical school in 1963. In his
women should handle children,
medical school; and a large num-
PANELING,
partitions,
floors
and
cell.
year, he studied together
23-11-LAND CONTRACTS
Inge tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable. ber of fellow students and friends fourth ,
do housework, cook and sew.
with African and Asian students
5.
He is trying to enlist help in
SEASONED land contract for sale. 7% Ron. LI 34574 after
of Yunis.
who are taught medicine at the starting a campaign for increas-
interest. Call after 5. 642-6103.
EXPERT paperhanging and interior
Beduin horsemen directed and university as part of its policy
painting. Charles Cadotte, 874-3281.
ing
the small school library with
escorted the scores of cars of of assisting developing countries.
30.A-INSTRUCTIONS
FURNITURE refinished and repaired. guests along the winding path lead-
books in' English, Hebrew and
There was one ,other Arab stu- Arabic on such subjects as educa-
Free estimates. 4744953.
BAR-MITZVA, synagogue, Hebrew tu-
ing from the highway uphill. In dent in Yunis' class of 60 stu-
tor. 342-9254.
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. the tent, the guests were seated dents. (20 Arabs have graduated- tion, 'geography, history - and gen-
eral literature. .
TUTORING all elementary subjects. Local and Long Distance STORAGE. on long rows of colorful cushions.
from the medical school since
BS. & M.A. Experienced teacher. 356- Packing, pianos, appliances, household
Addressing the audience, Sheikh 1953).
furnishings, office furniture.
1918.
Hamed
said
that
Yunis
had
set
8829 Northend-Ferndale
For three years Yunis and an-
an example for all Beduin chil- other Arab student at the uni-
543-4832
BAR MITZVA
dren and that he hoped their versity have received the Magnes
PLUMBING. Expert home repair spe- parents would draw the con-
You West to Bea Mee?
Fellowship, named after the first
cialist, garbage disposals. repaired and
clusion. He expressed his gratitude president of the university, Dr.
I will teach you bow fa all )bases.
serviced. Call UN 44928.
Call aleralags bp to 16 a. m. or
to all who were helping in the Judah L. Magnes. He also had
evenings.
Dr. Esther Aisenstadt, a former
LARKINS MOVING CO. education of Beduin youth • and part-time work in the university's
-
U 5-1595
singled out the Hebrew University public relations department, as a college professor who recently
Household and Office
emigrated
from the Soviet Union
for enabling Yunis to study.
Furniture
security guard on its Givat Ram
MODERN math tutoring, all grades.
Prof. Magnes said that this event, campus and as an assistant in a to Israel, will be the guest of the
MA.. B.S. degrees. Certified experi-
Local and Long-Oistanc•
Jewish Community Council at a
enced teacher. 545.3898.
in the middle of the desert, was biology research unit.
Also storage.
special meeting 8 p.m. Thursday
witness to the fact that a Beduin
BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, modern tutor-
894-4587
In the beginning, Tunis ex- at the Jewish Center.
ing, experienced, synagogue. ME 3-9656.
son had made great strides with
be had a difficult time,
plains,
Dr. Aisenstadt has been lecturing
his own streneth and will to study.
PAINTING - Light plumbing, work-
especially socially, because of
throughout the country on behalf
Concluding his remarks, Prof.
31-TRANSPORTATION
guaranteed. TY 74501.
his
different
cultural
background
of
Soviet Jewry and has been out-
Magnes handed Yunis a special
SHARE . driving, expenses to MiamL ELECTRIC repairs - reasonable. Ap-
but as he began laboratory work spoken on what she feels should
medallion struck at the dedica-
pllances. 354-1574.
My car. Feb. 399-0643.
be
the role of American Jewry in
tion of the Hadassah-Hebrew he came in contact with Jewish
ODD jobs, electrical, carpentry, plumb-
fellow students and became relation to the problem.
ing. etc. Free estimates. 399-4172, 542- University Medical Center in Ein
31-A-TRANSPORTATION
Judge Lawrence Gubow, presi-
friendly with them. They studied
6231.
Karem a decade ago.
WANTED
dent of the Jewish Community
together, and in the student
Stendel recalled when Yunis had
WOMAN needs driver to and from ODD jobs. Electric work. No Saturday
Council, will chair the meeting.
dormitory
he
shared
a
room
come to him years ago and said,
work. 13 Mlle - Greenfield to Llvernois calls. LI 2-1680.
- 7 Nile. 353-4539.
LADIES alterations. Good service. Rea- "I want to be a doctor." Ile pram-

tates off Bell Rd. 110x130 ft.
$22,000 less, builders allow-
ance.
391-7IH14

DIRECTOR

Per summer day camp in suburban
Detroit area Jewish treditienal
oriented.

WEST
BLOOMFIELD

DRAKE REALTY
• .D1.

chamberlain

Soviet Emigre,
Prof. Aisenstadt,
to Speak Here

sonable. 538-4030.

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

LEARN TO

Ray, Sell & Appraise Real Estate
Through The Michigan Real Estate
Academy

For a career with a highly re-
spected firm. Will train ambitious
men and women for full and part-
time positions. Classes now form-
ing, call for interview.

342-11600
366-7070
499-3000

Northwest

Northeast
East

ELDERLY woman wants companion,
beautiful room with private bath. Must
live in. Top wages. 3584110, LI 4-7570,
3884200.

General Office Worker

With bookkeeping experience want-
ed for small office. Give full par.
titulars.-

Write lox 1005

The Jewish News, 11S15 W. 9 Mlle
Rd.„ Suit* 86$,Soulilibild, Mich.
41147S.

REAL ESTATE SALEPEOPLE

Earn SAM or mare with the Lash
let_eaba& test anew. ILA- mass
la MINN. WV means. MallIllas.

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BENJ. NCH

HERALD ROOFING CO.

Lead Independent Roofer
Fres Estimates
Het Ter or Residential Shingles

534-5100 or Res. 676-5070

56-ANTIQUES

TEL-TWELVE MALL

ANTIQUE SHOW

Feb. 1st. thru 10th.

Mon. thru Sat.

10 A.M. to 9 P.M.

Sun. Noon till 5

P.M.

Free Admission

Free Parking

'telegraph & 12 Milo .Reads

Israel Ready to Absorb
Million Soviet Jews in
One Year, Sapir Says

Northville Children Treated to Party

KIRYAT GAT (ZINS) - Finance
Minister Pinchas Sapir declared
at a mass meeting here that Israel
is ready to receive up to 1,000,000
Jews from the Soviet Union in a
single year.
It would be no small task, said
the minister, but Israel is able
to meet that challenge.
Sapir revealed that 130,000 new
Immigrants arrived in the last 42
months, and be expressed opti-

mism for further immigration from
the Soviet Union. He said be is
confident that Russia will one day
open its gates for Jewish emigre-
doe. Mr. Sapir was also optimistic
on extension of the current cease-
fire. For the Brat time since the
S-Day War, said Mr. Sapir, there
Is a real chance for a peaceful
conclusion to the Arab-Israel war.

1117-.4FOR SALII--11041SEHOLD
1110006 AND FURNISHINGS -

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