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December 03, 1971 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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54—Friday, December 3, 1971

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND /OR FEMALE

COLLEGE STUDENTS
CLERKS -CASHIERS

c.

PART-TIME FOR XMAS

Drug Store Experience Helpful

FAIRLANE
DRUGS

268-2500

777-4800

REAL ESTATE
REPRESENTATIVE

For Oakland and surrounding coun-
ties to become part of a young
organization with plenty of ad-
vancement potential. Earn in ex-
cess of $15,000. Fringe benefits.
complete training program.

THE DEE M" JEWISH NEWS

50—BUSINESS CARDS

FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005,
526 Belmont.

COMPLETE interior, exterior paint-
ing and decorating. New and old wood
refinished, antiquing. Reasonable. 547-
1438.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office
Furniture

Local and Long-Distance
Also storage.

894-4587

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reasonable. 557-
7226. 644-0408.

CARPENTRY WORK. Interior. exterior.
Specializing in rec. rooms. 273 - 4826, LI
5-4035.

COMPLETE remodeling — additions,
kitchen s, dens, basements, family
rooms. Free estimates. 5386894.

Corrine Pollak, 62,
Retired Teacher

Dr. Hauser at Tel Hashomer

Corrine Pollak, an active mem-
ber of the National Council of
Jewish Women, died Nov. 27 at
age 62. She was a retired public
school teacher, having taught at
Custer Elementary for many
years.
Mrs. Pollak, 20664 Knob Woods,
Southfield, was a native Detroiter.
She belonged to Temple Beth El
and Brandeis Women.
Survived are her husband,
James; and three sisters, Mrs.
Alice Reinheimer of Hollywood,
Fla., Mrs. Jules (Llllyan) Schaefer
of Palm Springs and Mrs. Ruth
Greenbaum of Los Angeles.

Louis Langwald, 86

Louis Langwald, past president
and board member of the Hebrew
Benevolent Society, past president
352-9810
of the Yiddish Folks Farein and
F. L. Dettore Real Estate Ca
past noble grand of Jericho Lodge
Dr. L Jerome Hauser talks with a patient at Tel Hashome:r, a
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. of the Odd Fellows, died Nov. 25
28551 Southfield Rd.
hospital near Tel Aviv during his recent trip to Israel. He served as
at age 86.
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Lathrup Village
Packing, piianos, appliances, household
Mr. Langwald, a former De- co-chairman of the physicians' mission of the United Jewish Appeal's
furnishings, office furniture.
troiter, had lived in Miami Beach Operation IsraeL
7040 Puritan—Detroit
OLDER WOMEN
since his retirement in 1952 from
861-6441
the paint-contracting business.
PART TIME TELEPHONE WORK
Surviving are his wife, Ger-
Metro Window. Cleaning
543-7520
trude; two sons, Philip of Detroit
Experts on aluminum storm win-
and Sam of Syracuse; three
aluminum and woodwork
MILLER BROS. REALTY dows,
daughters, Mrs. Herbert (Rose)
washing. Eaves cleaned. Tree trim-
ming. Free estimates.
Tomarin, Mrs. Percy (Toby) New-
Real Estate Sales Personnel
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Oil and government. The balance of its
541-0278
man and Esther, all of Detroit;
Residential and Commercial
three grandchildren and six great- water are the subjects of two of- shares are held by the Mekorot
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Detroit and Suburbs
ficial inquires into the activities Water Co., which in turn is owned
grandchildren.
Free estimates. 474-8953.
ROTT BROS. REALTY
jointly by the government and the
of government-owned companies.
WEAVING
255 1540
Involved is Netivei Neft, whose Jewish Agency.
Rita
J.
Sherline,
47,
Zeev Kariv, board chairman of
oil drilling operations in the Sinai
We weave tears, bums, moth-
Vered, told a ministerial eco-
have given rise to charges of fman-
Sheep Dog Breeder
holes in clothing, knitwear,
nomic committee earlier that the
40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED
cial
and
moral
corruption,
and
upholstered furniture and car-
Rita J. Sherline, well known
firm's difficulties began after
Vered, a water development com-
peting. Reasonable prices.
JEWISH WOMAN with child wishes
throughout the country as a lead-
1965 when it expanded from
pany which has unaccountably lost
live in babysitting job. Call 8644029
ing
breeder
of
Old
English
sheep
after 4 p.m.
29576 MARSHALL
557-2531 dogs, died Nov. 24 at age 47. - over $10,000,000 in operations water development into deversi-
fied
engineering projects that
abroad.
Mrs. Sherline, 18915 Oak, was a
required a heavy capital outlay
Experienced domestic help. In-
The inquiry into alleged finan-
member of Temple Beth El and its
sured, bonded housekeepers, nurses-
for equipment.
companions. -Vacation sitters. New
FURNITURE REPAIR
sisterhood -and Women's American cial and moral corruption in the
Its work for the Iranian govern-
born care and party help. CALL
ORT. She was born in Brooklyn affairs of Netivei Neft opened ment, estimated to cost $14,000,000,
Cig.
bums, scratches, dents,
L IA.
Nov. 22 by a three-man panel
but
spent
most
of
her
life
in
De-
crocks, dog bites, etc. Reason-
headed by Supreme Court Justice has now run up to $30,000,000 with
SUPERIOR SERVICES
troit.
six months to go before campletion.
cble. Call Al Sunshine.
Survivors are her husband How- Alfred Vitkon. The panel was ap- Iran has agreed to pay $26,000,-
883-0522
pointed
last
week
at
the
cabinet's
532-7302
ard; three sons, Merick, Michael
000. The project in Peru also ex-
and Carter; a daughter, Mrs. behest
perienced a heavy cost overrun
FLOOR SANDING, finishing, stain work
The committee will look into which was attributed to the change
A BETTER MAID
I beautifully done. Free estimates. 357- Michael (Moira) Sucher; a sister,
charges
brought
last
May
that
oper-
Mrs. Dorothy Turkel; and one
of government in that country.
is a
ation of the Sinai on fields has
grandchild.
The Netivei Neft case generated
JIFFI-MAID
been marked by theft of govern- sensational articles in the press
MENS
AND
WOMENS
insured,
reliable. Transportation
ment equipment and bribery of here and abroad, but the inquiry
provided.
Hattie Morris, Age 82;
government officials.
ALTERATIONS-
that opened Nov. 22 attracted little
557-6173
Mother of Detroiter
Main target of the probe is
public attention. The courtroom
REASONABLE
Mordeehai
Friedman,
an
oil
man
Mrs. Hattie M. Morris of Pas-
used by the committee was empty
45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
the government pat is charge of except for the principals in the
saic,
N.
J.,
died
there
Saturday
548-7323
Netivei Neft shortly after the case and journalists.
at age 82. Among her survivors
Six-Day War. Several high rank-
RESTAURANT
is a son, Lester, of Detroit.
Attorney General Heir Shamgar
ing
government officials are formally spoke for the government.
She
also
leaves
her
husband.
SALINE, MICHIGAN
53-A—ENTERTAINMENT
alleged to have been involved at The committee granted his-request
Moses; a son, Seymour of South
TWO-PIECE ORCHESTRA. Reasonable.
least peripherally with Fried- to withhold the identity of other
Fast growing residential com-
Bend; two daughters, Mrs. Alex-
All occasions. Freddie Sheyer. 398.2462.
munity near U-M. Building,
man.
partners in the firm for state se-
ander (Beatrice) Smith of Spring
The investigation into the affairs curity reasons.
restaurant fixtures, and new
Valley, N. Y., and Mrs. Robert
55—MISCELLANEOUS
of
Vered
will
be
conducted
by
a
furnishings of income apartment
David Niv, the oil geologist who
(Melva) Kent of Glen Rock, N. J.;
exceed asking price. Owner, with
two brothers, two sisters, seven three-man ministerial committee brought the charges that led to the
Imported art objects, onyx chess
other interests, will finance bal-
set, jewelry box; jewelry, Grecian
grandchildren and three great- which consists of Agriculture Min- inquiry, repeated his camplaint.
ister Hann Gvati, Justice kfinistee. The inquiry is expected to last at
ance after low down payment.
urn, African statues. Guitars, Kim-
grandchildren.
Yaacov Shimshon Shapira and Wel- least six weeks.
ball console piano, furniture. Snow
Mrs. Morris, a lifelong resident fare Minister Michael Hasani.
Call or write: .1. L. Hudson Real Estate
tires, 11-1545. Funk Wagnall encyl.
Co., Box 405, Satins, Mich. 43174
of Passaic, was a member of Ha-
They will look into charges that
Schwinn, ice skates. Stereo, Maj
dassah. Temple Emanuel, Bran- Vered was pressured by the foreign 4 Lebanese Dead;
set, furs. 642-0243.
deis Women, Passaic-Clifton YM- ministry to accept contracts in cer-
JUNK YARD FOR SALE
YMHA, ORT, National Jewish tain countries for political rather No One Taking Blame
91—COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERSHIP Council of Jewish Women and than economic reasons. The coin:
BEIRUT — A controversy has
FOR SALE
other organizations.
Large warehouse space. Large
pany's losses stood at $10,860,000 ilrillea _ hei*.- .; over who 4 , 00030-
SHENANDOAH SWIM CLUB member-
as
of
April
1,
1971
„for_
which
iiiiIe
for the deaths - of —*our
yard can be used for storage
' ship. Move forces sale. Save 1/2, pay no
costly operations in Iran and Peru- tabitnen *MOW; iefficeri c. and
dues until next season. 626-7719.
Irving Siegel, Hotel
or otherwise. Baler for paper
are said to be mainly responsible, three SOldler3, killed in a mine
Supplier, Dead at 63
Vered is one-third owned by the explosion near the Israel bofder
& aluminum. Unconnected iron-
ffi southeinitern Lebanon.
Irving Siegel, 17246 Shervilla,
cutter. Crane forklift truck. 2
Southfield. an active member in Zionist Congress Elections
The deaths of the four men
truck scales. Large office space.
Bnai Brith, died Nov. 28. He was
have led Lebanese Premiere Saeb
Reported in Argentina
63.
Salam to meet with the leader of
NEW YORK (JTA)—Harry (Hil- I Mr. Siegel belonged to Zager-
BUENOS AIRES„ (MRS) -- A the Palestine Liberation Organ-
1919-1931 ILLINOIS
lel) Rogoff who served 54 years I Stone Lodge of Bnai Brith and was total of _7,380 -.ballots were east ization, Yassir Arafat, to form a
a
member
of
Cong.
Shaarey
Zedek.
Nov. 14 to -elect delegates to the joint committee to investigate the
with the Jewish Daily Forward,
A World War II veteran , Mr. 28th World - Paula Congress. : The deaths.
died Nov. 30. He was 88.
50—BUSINESS CARDS
Siegel was a partner in the Great results in votes and delegates
PLO spokesmen claim that the
Mr. Rogoff, who was born in Lakes Hotel and Supply Co. for were: Labor party-2,456 votes-7 mine had been planted on a dirt
WALLPAPER hanging our specialty.
$5.00 a roll and up. OCTO WallcOver- Berezino, Russia, came to the U.S. 37 years.
delegates; Mizrachi, linnet Mix- read by the Israelis in 1969. _
ing. 543-7146, 642-3047 anytime.
He is survived by his wife. rachi —1,239 voteti -- Si delegates;
in 1890 and joined the Forward
However, the Lebanese daily
in 1906 as a writer. He became Laura; four daughters, Esther, Mapam-1,124--3; General Monists paper, Lisan Al Hal, -reported.that
HERALD ROOFING CO.
Diane,
Sherryl
and
Janet;
and
one
managing editor in 1919, and in
—809 votes-2; Independent Lili- initial investigations- revealed that
Local Indopondert Roofer
1951 succeeded Abraham Cahlin as brother.
erals — 578 votes -- 2 delegates; the' -mine had been planted by the
Free Eatkootes
editor-in-chief. He continued to
Herut-556 votes-2; Sephardim-- guerrillas to prevent Israeli in-
Net Ter or Itosidoorial Stlehflif.
contribute to the Yiddish news-
Things vs. Thosigkes
370. votes-1; and "Nonpolitical" cursions into the area.
What "we need mond today are list (Goldstein-Halprin -Confedera-
5344100 et Res. 676-5070 paper after his retirement in 1962.
Relations-between the Lebanese
A profile author, Mr. Rogaff was thangidiese books — lbooks with Xion)-228 votes-1. Me . Jewish army staffs. guerrillas have- not
• 111tAVTIPW-,7ntertat• painting. Best said to be pestiaps the best inform- things in them rather than thoughts. population of Argentina numbers been- goodt, and' in tact, a shaky
work . neinee-gestrarair aatiaraetbas.
'
• • ed Yiddisk ioi'intalist in Ametiab
elleetiokaao.
• la ner- omorastit
inMPAISCeitIMPI

PANELING, partitions. Floors, ceil-
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable.
Ron, 968-4576.

Hearings Open Into Activities
of Govt.-Owned Oil Water Cos.

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Harry Rogoff, 88;
Jewish Journalist

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