38—Friday, December 31, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
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WORK IN PAWN SHOP
Person needed, part-time after
school okays. -
1400 MICHIGAN WO 2-8698
Local ladopoodoot Roofer
Hot Tor or Roadontiol Shinolos
(Copyright 1971 JTA, Inc.)
COMPLETE interior, exterior paint.
Ing and decorating. New and old wood
refinished, antiquing. Reasonable. 547-
CARPENTRY WORK. Interior. exterior.
Specializing in rec. rooms. 545-7712, LI
LARKINS MOVING CO.
Household and Office
Local and Long-Dist
,Experience preferred Kit not
'necessary. Outstanding training
1program. Fast growing offices.
-Over a million dollars worth of
'business d month.
ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reasonable. 557-
Call MEL DURBIN
Cig. burns, scratches, dents,
cracks, dog bites, etc. Reason-
able. Call Al Sunshine.
THE DURBIN COMPANY
Warren D. Greenstone, Head
of Detroit Service Group, 58
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
534-5100 or Res. 676-5070
FOR BEs sett wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005,
WORK IN PAWN SHOP
Person needed FULL-TIME.
No Experience Necessary.
1400 Michigan WO 2 8698
People as a rule do not spea k
too well of winter. Shakespear e
talks "of the winter of our d e-
spair." Actually it has good an d
bad elements and a great deal o f
good. It's probably the best time o f
the year for doing mitzvos.
No one is a nudist in Decembe r,
January or February, except th e
trees. They are bare, but we ar e
so used to seeing them will= t
clothes we don't seem to mind it
although we seem to like the m
better with their clothes on.
You have to put on_your overcoa
in winter:Biala', you don't have to
Samuel Gcrmpers, in his autotriogra
phy, tells of his East Side friend, a
cigar maker, Al Unger. Instead o
buying an overcoat, Unger figured
out it would be cheaper to buy fiv e
drinks a day at 10 cents each
which, he said, kept him as warm
Today of course drinks cos t
Winter is a time for study. Wha t
Jew does not remember the old
Yiddish song, "Auf Dem Pripi
"And on the pripichock burns a
Warren D. Greenstone, president
of the Detroit Service Group of the
Jewish Welfare Federation and
chairman of the mercantile divi-
sion of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, died Wednesday at age 58.
Mr. Greenstone, 17257 E. Gold-
win, Southfield, was a member of
the board of trustees of the Jewish
Home for Aged and past president
of the Michigan Consumer Finance
He was president of the Public
Loan Co., 17700 W. McNichols, a
firm he had been with for 35 years.
A native Detroiter, Mr. Green-
stone was a member of Perfection
Lodge of the Masons, Knollwood
Country Club. Standard City Club
and Temple Beth El.
Ruth Feldman, 68,
1st Woman Prexy
of Grand Lodge 6
Survivors are his wife, Bernice;
two sons, Mark and Paul; his
mother, Mrs. Julius Greenstone;
two brothers,Milfr:d of Van,Nu,ys,
Calif., and Robert of Grand Rapids;
and a sister, Mrs. James (Elsie)
Estelle Sternberger, 85;
NEW YORK—Estelle M. Stern-
berger, radio commentator on pol-
itical and cultural events in the
1940s until her retirement in 1965,
died Dec. 23 at age 85.
Mrs. Sternberger was an early
advocate of women's - rights and
other liberal causes, and her ac-
tivist viewpoints earned her the
title of crusader.
The widow of the late Rabbi J.
Max Weiss, Mrs. Sternberger was
active in Jewish—affairs, serving
as executive secretary of the -Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Psychologists to View
Ruth R. Feldman. a founder of Sherut. La'am at Work
Bnai Brith Women in Detroit past
NEW YORK—Thirteen psycholo-
president of Pisgah Chapter and
the first woman president of Dis- gists and social workers who haVe
COMPLETE remodeling — additions,
volunteering their profes-
kitchens, dens, basements, family rooms.
trict Grand Lodge 6, died Tues-
We are looking for 5 men or
Free estimates. 538-6894.
sional skills as interviewers of
women for management positions
candidates for Sherut La'am—the
in a rapid growing company. CALL
PANELING, partitions. Floors, ceil-
ings tiled. Also small Jobs. Reasonable.
And the room is hot as blazes
Mrs. Feldman, 20789 Camden 12-month service program for
And the rebi teaches the little
Sq.. Southfield, was a native De- American college graduates in
troiter. She was a member of Israel—embarked Wednesday on
RESPONSIBLE PERSON for child care. JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
NO housekeeping. Good wages. Four-
The Aleph Baz-es."
Hadassah and Ladies Home Relief a two-week study tour of Sherut
dai, week. 398-8925, after 5.
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
La'am in Israel.
Packing, plianos, appliances, household
MATURE BABYSITTER with refer- furnishings, office furniture.
making, as the old poem recalls:
Yehoshua Leor, national coordi-
ences, transportation. Weekend nights,
some weekdays. 549-9351.
nator of the program, said the
Freezing time is squeezing time." two sons, Morton Metzger and Clif- tour is a first, under the auspices
The Puritans who looked ask- ford; a daughter, Mrs. Edward of the American Zionist, Youth
ance at love, couldn't resist its (Arlyne) Waxman; seven grand- Foundation in the U.S. and the
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
drive in the winter, and it was in children and six great-grandchil- youth department of--the World
Free estimates. 474-8953.
A BETTER MAID
cold New England-that the colonial dren.
Zionist Organization in Israel.
practice of "bundling" orig-
The group will visit with 200
Study Dispels Myth
Sherut La'am participants serving
We weave cig. burns, moth holes,
Winter shines as before said for
Insured, reliable. Transportation
tears, ladies and men's clothing.
year and will devote consider-
Uphortered furniture and carpet-
doing mitzvos. The Hassidim tell That Jews Gravitate
able time to seminar discussions.
ing. Reasonable prices.
of the saintly Jew who would never
Sherut La'am participants are
eat his dinner until he had per- to Business Careers
Experienced domestic help. In-
formed a good deed. Some days, he
WASHINGTON (JTA)—An old introduced to life in a development
,'cured, bonded housekeepers, nurses-
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free was hard put to find an opportun-.
myth that Jews gravitate toward town and to the 'Hebrew language,
companions. Vacation sitters. New
estimates. 96a-5619, 357-4585.
ty, but in the winter, there is no careers in business was dispelled through intensive ulnan studies and
born care and party help. CALL
by a nationwide survey of college living in Kiryat Shmona, a devel-
One winter, Rabbi Nathan Horo- freshmen just released here which opment town on the Northern bor-
Finishing, stain work, beautifully
denker, after offering shelter one showed •that only 10 per cent of der, for three months. Then they
done. Free estimates.
winter night to a stranger, found the Jewish students planned to are dispersed in rural areas
his overcoat missing. Coming to the major in business, compared to throughout the country an social
EXPERIENCED woman would like Job
caring for invalid. 968.7572.
synagogue, a boy told him he had 16.7 per cent of the non-Jewish through intensive ulpan studies and
teachers, counselors, laboratory
ust seen a man wearing an over- students.
WALLPAPER hanging our specialty, 56—ANTIQUES
technicians and medical assistants
35.00 a roll and up. OCTO Walicovering.
C oat similar to that which the rabbi
development towns, regional
sociologist David E. Drew of the schools, religious schools, kibutzim
"Did it fit?" asked the rabbi.
Youth Aliya villages.
"Yes, it seemed to fit," said the American Council on Education
and was commissioned by the
rabbi. "He's a poor man."
"Well, let him keep it," said the American Jewish Committee to Rights Body to Probe
pin-point differences between Jew
Charge Jews Excluded
Winter mitzvos are a good in- ish and non-Jewish students.
V estment. There is the story of the
r ich man who on first arriving Up sampling of 170,000
NEW YORK (JTA)—Mrs. Elea-
T here had a little problem. He
men-10 per cent of the national nor Holmes Norton, chairman of
h adn't led a too exemplary life.
total—of whom 4.2 per cent the Human Rights Commission,
Elizabeth Lake Rd.
H is bad and good deeds were put
Jews. It covered both four- said the commission will be-
0 n a scale and the bad weighed a
li the more. Then the Defending year colleges and junior (two- gin "an immediate investigation"
Jan 2 thru Jan 9
Growing Orthodox community
The study re- into a complaint by the Association
A ngel brought out an old fur coat. vealed colleges.
requires another Kosher
that 39 per cent of the of Jewish Anti-Poverty Workers
Sundays 12 noon to 5 p.m.,
w hich the rich man had once given
Butcher. Must be Shomer Mit:-
Jewish freshmen questioned that Jews were deliberately, ex-
0 n a cold night to a poor man and
Mon. thru Sat. 9:30 a.m. to
vos. Excellent facilities includ-
agreed with the statement, cluded from an information-gath-
th is tipped the scales in his favor.
"The chief benefit of a college ering form circulated by the Com-
excellent synagogues, etc. Re-
t QUALITY KOSHER
location assistance and finan-
cial backing available. Inquire:
Michael J. Rosenberg, 1316
College Ave., Columbus, Ohio
43209, or call during business
CARPENTER REPAIR and remodeling.
Landlord's repairs, reasonable. Al, 531-
TWO-PIECE orchestra. Reasonable. All
occasions. Freddie Sheyer. 398-240.
SLATE POOL TABLE,
Can move, 4210. 6464814.
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti-
mate*. 1111,51139, 35748115.
Estate Tops $1,000,000
NEW YORK—The will of David
Sarnoff, radio and broadcasting
pioneer who died Dec. 12, was
filed for probate in Surrogate
Court in Manhattan.
The bulk of the estate, valued
Ontario Elderly Prefer
Living Independent Lives
HAMILTON, Ont. —
Sarnoff Will in Probate;
Jews in Hamilton overwhelmingly at more than $1,000,000, went to
prefer the independent lives they Sarnoff's widow, Lizette Hermant
now have, and while most of them Sarnoff. She received $300,000,
endorse the idea of a community- personal and household effects and
sponsored residential home for the the Sarnoff home.
Jewish aged in this city, they
Mrs. Sarnoff, along with her
have little interest themselves in three sons, will share the in-
moving into such a home. That come of a trust fund.
is one of the highlights of an
The three major religious chari-
study reported by the Council of table
organizations in New York,
Jewish Organizations of Hamilton. the Federation of Jewish Philan-
William L Stern, CJO executive thropies, the Catholic Charities of
director, said the study was made the Archdiocese of New York and
because of growing CJO concern the Federation of Protestant Wel-
over the needs of Jewish residents fare Agencies, Inc., received $5,000
over age 65. apiece.
education is that it increases
one's earning power." The com-
parable figure for non-Jews was
54 per cent.
Jewish freshmen at four-year
colleges tended to be more liberal
than non-Jewish students, About
CO per cent of them, compared
with 24 per cent of non-Jews, fa-
vored legalization of marijuana;
63 per cent of Jews and 54 per
cent of non-Jews supported a vol-
unteer army, and 60 per cent of
Jews and 36 per cent of non-
Jews favored more liberal divorce
laws. Nearly 90 per cent of Jews
and 75 per cent of non-Jews sup-
ported legal abortions.
SAMUEL BRONSTON is
aiming at a comeback with his his-
toric epic, the often postponed,
"Isabella and Ferdinand," now
scheduled to go before the cameras
in Sliain next February,
munity Development Agency to as-
certain which groups in the city
are benefiting from anti-poverty
S. Elly Rosen, executive director
of the assocalion, in a letter to
Mrs. Norton, accused Commis-
sioner Major- Owens of the CDA,
official overseer of antipoverty
programs, of excluding Jews from
a statistical form being sent to
the city's 26 community corpora-
tions in poverty areas and to hun-
dreds -of delegate-agencies.
The form, according to Rosen,
lists nine racial and ethnic
groups such as Blacks, Puerto
`and then for
'rest 11 ,ai n tlans,
He claimed that the CDA was
not really interested in the data
or it would have included Jews in
its list, since Jews form the third
largest poverty group in the city.