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January 07, 1972 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-07

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40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

45—BUSINESS
OPPORTUNMES

MATURE PERSON

Growing Orthodox com-
munity requires another
Kosher Butcher Must be
Shorn., Mitxvos. Excel-
lent facilities including
expanding day school,
excellent synagogues, etc
Relocation assistance and
financial backing avail-
able. Inquire: Michael J.
Rosenberg, 1316 Col-
lege Ave., Columbus, 0.
43209, or call during
business week, 614-471-
7128.

with interior decorating experi-

ence for lamp and gift shop.

Full time employment.

Write Box 1046

The Jewish News, 17515 W.

4 91° Mile Rd., Suite 865, South-

field, Michigan 48075.

Teacher for Narsery Scheel i

days.

ARE YOU LOOKING

Write Box 1647
I The Jewish
News, 17515 W. 9

Mile Road. Suite 856, Southfield.
9lichigan 48005.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

The

Jewish

ARIES INTERIOR

terior painting, paperhanging
and paneling throughout your
home. For free estimates call
Mr. Cooper.
543-3714

DRESSMAKING and alterations.
Reasonable. Specializing In for-
mal wear. 543-3949.

Must ploy piano

SLATE POOL ?Astiprefe••••-

LARKINS MOVING CO.
Household and Office
Furniture

Local and Long Distance
Also Storage

894-4587

Experienced domestic kelp. In-
lured. bonded housekeepers,

i

FLOOR SANDING

Finishing,
• stain work, , beauti-
1 .arses-companions. Vacation sit- I fully done. Free estimates.
ters. New horn care and party
I kelp. CALL 1.1A.
357-0607

SUPERIOR SERVICES

I

*83 - 0522

-

is •

MATURE woman withes to baby-
sit with children when parents
go out of town. 255-0349.

JIFFI-MAID

I PROFESSIONAL . male nurse
available — private duty. 573-

i

7622.

PONTIAC MALL
ANBOUE SHOW
& SALE

PAINTING, exterior, interior.
Free estimates. 968-5639, 357-4585.

Pontiac, Mich.

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reason-
able. 557-7228, 644-0409.

Telegraph and
Elizabeth Lake Rd.

FURNITURE REPAIR

Jan 2 thru Jan 9

Cig. burns, scratches, dents,

Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Monday Ara Saturday
9:30 to 9 p.in.

cracks, dog bites, etc. Reason-

able. Coll Al Sunshine.

532-7302

!

40 -A—EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

Insured, reliable. Transportation
provided.

SS--macmuucsous

FURNITURE refinished and re-
paired. Free estimates. 474-8953.

WANTED

9 Mile Rd., Suite 865, South-
field, Michigan 48075.

557-6173

SEAMSTRESS — Alterations,
very reasonable. 477-4456.

4 0-A—EMPLOYMENT

News, 17515 W

A BETTER MAID

50—BUSINESS CARDS

We specialize in custom in-

well. Own transportation.

Write Box 1 04 5

50—BUSINESS CARDS

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

for a young woman to super- COMPLETE
exterior 53 4
ENTERTAINMENT
vise your office staff and one painting and interior,
decorating. New
old wood refinished, an-
who is completely experienc- and
TWO-PIECE orchestra. Reason-
tiquing. Reasonable. 547-1438.
able. All occasions. Freddie
ed in all phases of office pro-
cedure including bookkeeping CARPENTRY WORK. Interior ex- Sheyer. 398.2462.
terior. Specializing in rec rooms-
and advertising? Reliable and 545-7712.
LI 5-4035.
56—ANTIQUES
dependable.

NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY

SALESPERSON

full

WAN1411

QUALITY KOSHER
BUTCHER

for resale clothing store to
assist in selling, part-time.
Call Friday after ? p.m., Sat.-
Sun. anytime.
352.2489

3

4 0-A--EMPLOYMENT

COMPLETE remodeling — addi-
tions, kitchens, dens, basements.
family4 rooms, Free estimates.
538-689

PANELING, partitions, floors,
ceilings tiled. Also small jobs.
Reasonable, Ron, 968.4576.

HERALD ROOFING CO.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Local Independent Roofer
Free Estimates
Not Tar or Residential Shingles

Local and Long Distance STOR-
AGE. Packine Pisnos.aPPIlances.
household zurnmaings, office
`urniture.

534-5100 or Res. 676-5070

861-6441

7040 Puritan--Detrolt

Magen David Adom's Life Saving Aims
Outlined at Function Honoring Walters

Free Admission
Free Parking

al. can move. $13kumas14.

so—Ammon

LIVONIA MALL
SemiA.austal
ANTIQUE WALK
January 19-11
9:30
P.M. Daily
- Noon-5 P.M. Sunday
Over 40 ,Dealers
All antiques on display are
for sale. Antiques and col-
lectables only.
Browse in comfortable 72'
t e mperatures.
Free parking—free admission
LIVONIA MALL
7 Mile at /ifuldlebelt

85—PERSONAL

CRITERION Club invites all
to the "Wintertime Ball"
opening its '72 social_season,
Sat_ Jan. 8, 9 p.m., Ball-
room, Oak Park Community
Center.
Center. Johnny C & Orch.
Mixers, refreshments, door
prizes, fun. Gen. adm. $2.

110W DO YOU LIKE
OUR NEW CLASSIFIED
LOOK??

Let Us Know—

The Ai
nvl, v News
17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite 865
Southfield, Mich. 48075

Zionist Leader Neumann Honored
on Occasion of His Retirement

Magen David Adom's life-saving Dr. Kott
in
o porn
ted out that 99 per
NEW YORK (JTA)—More than years ago blaming Jews for the
role in peace or war in Israel was cent of Magen
David Adom's work- I event of war. He reported also 100 Jewish communal and Zionist murder of a man
that 300 ambulances are in constant
which served as
given a thorough resume at the rs..are volunteer&Ahat trie move- usein
leaders
gathered Dec. 29 to pay the basis for centuries
Israel by the movement and
nireinig_nere_wednesday, -a t -Co es -significance- tura- been -
of persecu-
tiore-ao:000
tribute -to a leader of th•
_al: inzar recopaa - PFOW:
Effai Moshe, at which Mr. and Mrs. ognized in Israel 'and that the 73
Emanuel
another
legend
is"being
assiduous-
cured
this
year
for
emergency
use
.
Neumann.
Allen L. Waller and their family air raid stations there fill a gregt
ly nurtured that Jews uprooted
The Ashdod Port medal was pre- I
were honored for providing means need in peace and will be vital in
They
came
to
express
respect
Arabs."
Rejecting
both
legends,-
to assure completion of the Ashdod
seated by Dr. Kott to Dr. Maus es and recall
' ons he Dr. Neumann called on those pres-
First Aid Medical Center.
in appreciation of his labors
for
made
during
his
25
years
of
serv-
ent to continue the task of making
Dr. Joseph Kott, chairman of the Cleric Quits His Pulpit; 1 the first aid movement
ice as a member of the executive Israel safe.-
executive committee of Magen Da- Blames Leaders' Silence
Saxe descried Maim David of the World Zionist Organization
vid Adorn in Israel, here with Mrs.
Dr. Neumann was a founder of
Adam as Israel's second ruse of and the Jewish Agency for Israel.
I defense.
Kott for a brief visit from Israel, on Anti-Semitism Issue
Young Judea, Theodor Herd Insti-
It also marked his planned retire- tute, the Herzl Press and the
TORONTO (JTA) — A United
in the principal address of the eve-
In
his
address,
Dr.
Mantes
de-
ment from office. monthly afidstreant. One of his
ning, outlined the activities of the Church clergyman here has re-
scribed the evening's inaction as a
It was a fes- most conspicuous services to
Israel equivalent of the Red Cross. signed his ministry in protest over hagiga
le'siymn, a festival of co m-
_Jive occasion, Zionism was rendered in
what
he
termed
the
indifference
fall 1947,
Dr. John Masses, chairman of
pletion of a great task He reported
and the various when he took an active part in the
of
some
of
its
leading
members
to
the Michigan Region of Magee
on the various rooms that ha ve Zionist leaders,
David Adorn, described the work anti-Semitism.
presentation
of
the
_Jewish
case
who have been before the United Nations at Lake
The Rev. Donald R. Keating, 46, been provided by individuals and
for the movement in this area
organizations for the Ashdod air
-heatedly ex- Success, helping to bring
charged
in
his
letter
of
resignation
I
and presented to the Wailers a
about the
raid shelter and told of several
changing charges adoption of the resolution on the
specially engraved plaque with that the church leadership is ambulances that have been con-
and counter. partition of Palestine on Nov.
a' photograph of the architect's guilty of silence on issues affecting tributed to the movement, in addi-
charges during 29, 1947. In the course of his
Jews, and that it has failed to deal
sketch of the Ashdod air raid
tion to the one financed by the
the current elec- long and varied career
shelter, construction of which with the pro-Arab policy promul- Wailers.
as a Zion-
gated
by
the
church
periodical,
the
tion
campaign for ist, Dr. Neumann organized the
began last week. The Walters United Church Observer.
Dr. Neumann delegates to the
were honored for a gift that as-
Palestine
Foundation
Fund
(Keren
forthcoming World Zionist Con-
The Rev. Keating followed up his
Hayesod), and served as its first
sured completion of the air raid le tier of resignation
gress, put aside their differences national director.
. which he sent
shelter and also for an additional
to express admiration
to his presbytely, with_an__opeis-
the man
gift for an ambulance, fully letter-to -We-
- -He arse
United
agreed IS the Personification
church's. moderator,
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Jewish
equipped, far Magen` David needs
of Palestine Appeal la 1925 and
Zionist
theory
and
practice.
the
Right
Rev.
A
B.
Moore,
and
Agency Executive Chairman Arye
in Israel.
ter served as president of the
Lsadore
to leaders of other Christian de-
executive direc- - Jewish National Fused. Since
Dr. Morris Starkman presided nominations. He has been an or- Pincus issued an appeal for a mass
exodus of Latin American Jewry. tor of the WZO American Section,
at the function and joined in ex- dained minister for 20 years.
1957, be kas beaded the World
He said "hundreds of thousands presented Dr. Neumann with the
tending encomia to the honorees.
Union of General Zioalsts.
of South American Jews should first available volume of the 16-
Philip Slomovitz, on behalf of the
Now an honorary president of
Jewish National Fund, presented Prof. M. A. Avnimelech,
get moving now instead of waiting volume Encyclopedia Judaica in-
the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
until it's too late, having to come scnlied to "the dean of American
the Wailers with a special certifi- World-Famous Geologist
Zionists"
ica,
he wu its president in 1947-48
as
by
friends
and
col-
refugees," He warned that
cate that addressed to the occasion
and
leagues.
JERUSALEM--Prof. Moshe A.
6=1956 to 1958. He has been
atin American Jewr y was
and taking note of the Waller fam-
ma,
the
m
r.
Fub
Avnimelech,
professor
emeritus
of
er, piesidest of pub motiva ting force behin
L a volcano
ila;s generosity to JNF and causes
°21
sift rag
Publication this ear
paleontology and geology at the ic discontent of s°cial and ec°n°
d two
the OunseR of Jewish Feder.-
serving Israel's needs. There was
volume Encyclopedia of Zionism
a brief address by Benjamin Saxe Hebrew University, died Dec. 17
liens mai Welfare Feeds, wrote and
in Jerusalem. He was 72
Israel.
of `My owe debt to you for the
of New York, national executive
Born in Warsaw, Prof. Avnime- Book Will Memorialize
smerstasouss
director of American Red Mogen lech came to Israel in 1922, and
me
-
Fallen I sraeli the
mana
derjred:
zismisea
Dovid for Israel. Eric Rosenow led
and all that has Murder Threats Leveled
Soldiers
received his doctorate in geology
meant
for
mar
.kwish
people."
the gathering at the piano in the from the University of Grenoble
TEI AVIV (JTA) — The famthes
Against W. Bank Arabs
singing of the national anthems.
Flsher praised Dr. Neum
m ann's
in 1926. From his appointment as of some 1,500 Israeli soldiers kill- .-great personal imarakeame
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Threats
Mr. and Mrs. Waller, in their lecturer in 1930 until his retire- ed in action during the Six-Day respousairdy.
ad ad
to
to murder prominent Arabs of East
brief responses, affirmed their deep ment four years ago, he was in- War and in subsequent
rmiebase s
Jerusalem
and the West Bank for
clashes Ulric achievesuests," asd said he
interest in Magen David Adorn and
strumental in building up paleon- along the borders and ce asefire "treasured"
- treason" arrived Sunday in the
their concern that Israel's needs tological teaching at the univer- lines, assembled here to mark
thehr association
the
Dr . Neu mann noted that articles mall of several news agencies-
should not be ignored.
sity. He founded the micropaleon- Publication of the Third Book of and
es
The leaflets, signed by the Popu-
Dr. Kott 's address stressed the talogy laboratory
extending over a
of the Israel gov- Memorial Scrolls which contain period speeches
of
heportasee of the Ashdod Port ernment Geological
40 years are b eing ed ited lar Front for the Liberation of
letters, essays. Poems and draw- and will appear in book form. Dis- Palestine, singled out for death
and the d that has grown there
Notable among
among his nearly 100 ings by' the fallen soldiers.
Anwar Nusellaish, former defense
and the great seed there for scientific-publications
the struggles of the Jewish
is the book
The two previous vlumes
o
con- I I people
Magee David Adam's protective Bibliography of Levant
cussing to attain statehood and the minister of Jordan, and Hikmat el
tined similar writin
Geology,
services.
gs by soldiers role of Monism in thi s piston rally IlassrL former speaker of Jordan's
published in 1965-
parliament
lolled in Israel's War of badepess- monumental achiev
ement, Dr. Neu-
and during the
44 Friday, Mowry 7, 1972
The treason referred to their
Suez
111E DETROIT WWI= NEWS campaign.
alleged collaboration w 1 t h King
"A legend was born some 1,900 Hussein.

Pincus Urges Jews
to Leave S. America

.



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