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August 31, 1973 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-31

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40—EMPLOYMENT

40—EMPLOYMENT

Fully Experienced

Dental Receptionist

salesperson wanted for mens
clothing, all fringe benefits
paid. Apply Mr. A. Stebbins.

experienced only. N. Royal
Oak-Roy area, no evenings,
fringes, write:

Box 1101
The Jewish News
17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Suite 865
Southfield, Michigan 48075

Van Horns Menswear
Northland Center

Clerk Typist

Part-time and full time help
needed with good typing skills
for general office, exc. work-
ing condt., call

557.7472

Companion for Elderly

Gentleman in complete mental
and physical faculties, live-in
own room, bath, phone, TV,
and radio, good salary, pleas-
ant surroundings. Must have

MATURE, loving woman needed
for care of 2 preschoolers, 3-4
days a week. 545-8388.

Companion for Widow

Light housework NY/pay to as-

sist widow while recouperating

willing to live in Miami. Apt.

w/pool, good location, year

round employment.

543-7880

OW

STUDENT part time evening work
for police show. Salary plus
bonus. Contact 398-0897.

357-1630

Part-time
Day Employment

Retired Person

to work as counter mon in

wholesale grocery,

4

hours per

day. No nights, holidays or

Sundays. Apply Tues. 1-3 p.m.

Meral and Co.
8031 Lyndon
Bet. Livernois and Wyoming

A Couple Living

in spacious house, good en-
vironment keeping kosher, de-
sires o middle age woman who
seeks a home. Her duties,
companionship, supervision,
and in charge of limited
housekeeping. Good poy, call

Rabbi Sperka
LI 4-7007

Storting pay $2.00/hr. Red
Barn Restaurants is accepting
applications at our new Red
Barn across from Northland.
Pleasant surrounding, good
working conditions.

apply bet. 3-6 p.m.
Mon.-Sat.
15700 J. L. Hudson Dr.

4 0-A—EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

College Student

will babysit with 1 or 2 chil-
dren in exchange for room in
Northwest area. Call Sue, 862-
3721 evenings after 6:30 p.m.

862-3721 evenings after
6:30 p.m.

No Sabbath Calls

Companion

for woman age 69. Greenfield-
9 Mile area. Mon., Tues.,
Thurs., Fri. 9-5. Light house-
keeping preferred. No experi-
ence necessary.

Mr. Sternberg

EXPERIENCED day care for
elderly. Reasonable. Oak Park-
Southfield. 544-4655.

WOMAN to help care for invalid,
or be companion. 968-7572.

4 2—MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

386-7500

RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST

Experienced in Real Estate
U of D Area
Thur. & Fri. 11:30 a.m. -8 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

STAIR-GLIDE

837-5797

A-1 PAPERHANGER, neat and
responsible. 542-4995.

MENUS designed and printed.
Brochures, catalogues. 865-9200,
call anytime.

COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions,
repair, kitchens, den,
basement, lam. rm., reasonable.
538-6894

PLUMBING
repairs, including
disposals and sump pumps, no
service charge. 398-1754.

LOOKING for a good painter?
Fast, neat & reasonable. 543-0130.

FIRST CLASS painting and dec-
orating, wood finishing and an-
tiquing. Reasonable. 547-1438.

PLUMBING repairs and moderni-
zation, new and old work, lic-
ensed, guaranteed, reasonable.
557-3799 or 557-9216.

With a golden touch. CUSTOM
WALLPAPERING. Free esti-
mates, fully insured. CALL

Dave Benkoff
Al Benkoff

352-3281
543-6842

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

With a customized look. Quality
paper hanging by request.

FREE ESTIMATES AND
PAPER CONSULTATION

Insurance Estimates Given

Call

CHRIS BIRCHALL

543-8692

PANELING, partitions, floors,
ceilings tiled. Also small jobs.
Reasonable. Ron, 968-4576.

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reasonable.
644-0409. 557-7228.

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

METRO

WINDOW CLEANING

542-0398

541-0278

Established Vending Route

Wanted
Excellent
Typist
With Good
Phone Voice

Earning in excess of $1,000
per mo., requires only 5 hrs.
per week, ideal supplement to
present income, full price of
$5,000. Will allow a trust-
worthy individual to pay out
of earnings, contact Ed Harris

Call
356-8519

PAINTING —
PAPERHANGING

at

525-0410 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

ELECTRIC wiring and repairs.
557-8981 or 557-5775.

QUALITY WORK

REASONABLE PRICE

547-7569

Somebody who cares.

Finding a competent private duty nurse
who's competent isn't difficult. Finding a
competent nurse who cares can be very
difficult.
Call for a Medical Personnel Pool RN,
LPN, Aide or Companion. We'll send a nurse
with top professional qualifications you and
your patient will like to be around.

24 HR. SERVICE

MEDICAL PERSONNEL POOL

354-4290

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office
Furniture

Local and Long Distance STOR-
AGE. Packing, pianos, appliances,
household furnishings, office
furniture.

7040 Puritan—Detroit

There's good news for He-
brew school alumni who
CUSTOM wallpaper hanging, feared their children would
painting & decorating. 893-4283.
learn Jewish history the way
they did: in a boring blur of
SUPERIOR DECORATING
names and dates that were
SERVICE
destined to forgetfulness.
Cig. burns, scratches, dents,
From a former Detroiter,
cracks, dog bites, gauges,
Mordecai I. Soloff, has come
broken legs, loose joints, stains,
a palatable Jewish history
touch ups.
for elementary grades: "The
272-0654
Covenant People," published
by Jonathan David.
Furniture & Vinyl Repair
Illustrated by Chaya Bur-
Specialist in wallpaper hanging
stein, "The Covenant Peo-
and removal, all work guaran-
ple" relates in 223 easy-to-
teed, reasonable prices, free
read
pages the first 2,000
estimates.
years of Jewish life from
Free Estimates
Abraham to Akiva. An enter-
AL SUNSHINE
532-7302 taining activity - resource
book, illustrated by Gabe
Josephson, add to the merits
53-A—ENTERTAINMENT
of the Soloff book.
SINGING guitarist violinest Bar
Educational director at
Mitavas, weddings, house parties,
dances. 398-2462.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek before
he entered Hebrew Union
55
MISCELLANEOUS
College, Soloff sought in this
POOL TABLE, slate with ball book to remedy many of the
rettun, equipment. Professional gaps in the teaching of Jew-
size. LI 3-3323, $170.00.
ish history. He has succeed-
ed, partly by updating an-
55-A—MISCELLANEOUS
cient accounts with archeol-
WANTED
ogists' findings.
Soloff includes many
WANTED: used boys 26" bicycle,
any speed or no speed, cheap. photos taken in modern Is-
357-0575.
rael, providing a contem-
porary matrix for the his-
55 B APPAREL FOR SALE
toric events. He takes care
MANUFACTURER samples on fall to separate fact from legend
dresses, sizes 8 & 10. call for appt.
— no easy task, to be sure—
355-4073.
and presents the modern in-
terpretation of several bibli-
60—CARS FOR SALE
- cal stories.
The introductory portion
CADILLAC EIDORADO '72



-



Fully equipped,
air, stereo,
etc. Like new Must see. Pri-
vate owner.

968-6378

60-D—BOATS AND
EQUIPMENT

RACING SLOOP 26 ft. Boston
Sails, 16 hp motor, full keel,
$2,500. 616-547-6335, or 721-1204.

Blend of Talmudic,
Secular Legal Codes
Taught at Bar-Ilan

NEW YORK—Israeli crim-
inal and civil cases should be
judged on laws applying both
the moral judgments of the
894-4587 or 361-5222
Talmud and the secular laws
of existing legal systems,
WALLPAPER SALE Prof. Arnold Enker, dean of
the Bar-Ilan University Law
We carry the very finest in
quality wallcoverings at dis- School in Tel Aviv, told a
count prices. Over 50,000 pat- group of lawyers here. "A
terns to choose from, profes- Jewish State should have a
sional paperhanging, painters legal code and interpretations
based on the cultural and re-
available. Hours 10-5, eve-
ligious traditions of Juda-
nings by appt.
ism," and these laws should
NATIONAL WALLCOVERINGS
apply to all Israeli citizens,
3950 W. 12 Mile Rd.
he said.
Berkley, Mich.
In his address at the Car-
545-9896
negie Endowment Interna-
CARPENTRY work. inside & out- tional Center, Dean Enker
side. I. Schwartz. 545-7712 or VE described how the law school
8-5073.
was educating annually 50
DRESSMAKING alterations, 20 Israeli students in bridging
years experience, daytime. WO
both the ethical and moral
1-2083, after 5, 541-7009.
laws of the Jewish tradition
with the present laws in Is-
rael based primarily on the
systems of the British and
French.
Many of the students come
from a yeshiva background
with emphasis on Jewish
Law. The law school curric-
ulum seeks to encourage the
28635 Southfield
use of Jewish law sources in
357-3266
dealing with contemporary
Overnite Service
legal problems.

Local and Long Distance
Also Storage

PASSPORT PHOTOS
2 fon"
Papertique

INVITATIONS

20% OFF

Jewish History Made Palatable
for Elementary-Grade Pupae

861 - 6441

PAINT up and Wall paper up for
the Holidays. 544-1646.

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, August 31, 1973-37

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Painting, roofing, other home
repairs.

Experts on aluminum storm
windows. Wall washing, free
estimates.

45—BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

50—BUSINESS CARDS

MEET AN
HONEST MAN

Deluxe chairlift, exc. condt.,
easy installation, asking $700,
sells for $1,100 new. Call

ARTHUR N. KING

342-8600

50—BUSINESS CARDS

Silence is often evidence of
the most persuasive charac-
ter—Louis D. Brandeis.

of each chapter attempts to
relate historical events and
modern experiences with
which the student can iden-
tify. The workbook is help-
ful here, with sections on
peace and freedom and
reference to such questions
as conversion to Judaism
and the appropriate obser-
vance of Hanuka in a Chris-
tian society.
Perhaps the most notable
chapter in the book is that
on Jesus. For a Jewish
teacher to relate the events
of that period without rancor
is no less vital than is the
Proper teaching about Jews
in the Catholic catechism.
Recognizing that Jewish
youngsters are as ignorant
of the facts of that era as
are Christian youngsters.
Soloff relates Jesus' life and
death. and points out that
the Romans, not the Jews,
were responsible for Jesus'
crucifixion.
The good teacher will not
leave it to the book and
workbook alone to teach his-
tory, but will encourage stu-
dents to visit art museums
and libraries to learn still
more about the first 2,000
years. of Jewish life and the
histories of people who lived
at the time.
Certainly the parent who
has long forgotten—or never
knew — Jewish history will
enjoy sneaking a peak at
Soloff's "The Covenant
People." C.D.

Giant of Science Kills a Killer

By DAVID SCHWARTZ

(Copyright 1973, JTA, Inc.)

Last week saw the passing
of' a man who nabbed one
of the greatest killers of
history.
Dr. Selman Waksman was
the discoverer of the anti-
hiotic
Streptotmycin.
the
first successful medicine to
deal with tuberculosis. Dr.
Waksman was born in Kiev
a nd emigrated to the United
States in 1910. He got his
first lob in America working
on a farm in Metuchen, N. J.
TAter Ville going to Rutgers
College, 1w got work at the
college - laboratory earning
20 cents an hour.
Nowadays we don't hear
much of tuberculosis, but
s.weral decades bark. the
etory was suite different.
People with tuberculosis
Were sent to high moun-
tainous regions. where the
open air and altitude seemed
to afford some transient re-
lief. but never a cure.
Th. disease did not dis-
criminate as to race, color
or status. George Washing.
ton's brother, Lawrence, died
of it. So did Thoreau. So did
the Russian writer Chekhov
and the, Yiddish poet Ye-
hoash.
Dr. Waksman, an author-
ity on microbiotics discov-
ered , a microbe-produced
chemical which brought
the virtual end of this great
killer.
* *
One of the greatest insti-
tutions of America is being
threatened by the rise in
prices. We refer to the
hamburger.
Some people say America
will not be America without
the hamburger. We realize
the deep attachment of many I

to it and concede some of
its virtues, but somehow we
are not too distressed.
Why cannot the Israel
burger take the place of the
hamburger?
The Israel burger is, of
course, falafel, sold on the
street corners of Israel as
hamburgers are in America.
Falafel has no meat but it
has peas, which are just as
good, combined with rice
and other vegetables and is
heavily spiced.
It has the protein of the
hamburger without the fat of
the hamburger so it has less
of the substance producing
cholesterol.

Preaching and Practicing
In our country we have
those three unspeakably prec-
ious things: freedom of
speech, freedom of con-
science, and the prudence
never to practice either.—
Mark Twain.

I couldn't believe itl

But it was true!

I added up the cost of my cigarette

habit - over $300 a year.
I "kicked the habit."
Now I bank my money.
Why don't you?

Kick The Habit!

IT'S A MATTER OF LIFE AND BREATH

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