Help Abounds for War Effort; Vital Home Services Go On
November 2, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
By ZILLA BLUM
grant related how he picked porting workers from various telephone calls to worried
JERUSALEM — Thousands up a load of newly arrived factories which have been wives, delivering messages
of volunteers have flooded immigrants at Lod airport working 24 hours a day to from their husbands.
BUY OR LEASE FROM
hospitals, first aid stations and of driving them to an provide vital goods, of trans-
and emergency centers all absorption center in Naha- porting first aid equipment not in uniform is trying, one
over the country offer" to riya. Another told of driving to various points in the city, way or another, to help out.
do any manner of work re- reserve soldiers straight and of delivering produce Even the thieves are co-
quired so as to ensure the from the airport (they had from wholesalers to grocery operating. Tel Aviv police
continued operation of vital just arrived from abroad) to stores throughout the area.
One pensioner spoke of report that there were no
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services on the homefront, their base near Beersheba.
1350 N. WOODWARD, BIRMINGHAM
while hundreds of thousands Another driver transported a how he drove a truckload of one 24 hour period.
of reservists have been call- pregnant Jerusalem woman supplies to a distribution
to Hadassah Hospital when point in Sinai, and of how
ed up to active duty.
In the streets one could no ambulance was available. on returning to Jerusalem,
Other drivers told of trans- he spent two hours making
see university students from
foreign countries delivering
huge plastic garbage bags
from door to door. These
bags were being distributed
FOR THE PROPER METHOD TO CLEAN
by the municipality in an
YOUR DRAPERIES AND OTHER
effort to ensure the cleanli-
Readers of The Jewish usually come from friends
ness of the city despite re- News submitted many scores and relatives but which are
duced sanitation services.
of messages from relatives lacking.
Not far behind them high and friends, describing the
Among items listed are
Our trained representative will call on you to dis-
school pupils delivered mail. heroism of the defenders of sweets, paper napkins, razor
The students had been mobi- Israel during the past three blades, combs, and similar
cuss the proper procedures to help to prolong the
lized by Gadna, the para- weeks.
life of these Items.
military training organiza-
Many of the messages are
Mrs. Felman has taken the
tion which encompasses all from relatives of Detroiters
appeal to Pioneer Women to
10th, 11th, and 12th-graders who have been affected by
We have over 30 years of experience in the cleaning business
encourage sending of such
in Israel. These youngsters the crisis.
parcels of items not other-
Household items have become very costly and require more than ordinary
who helped mail reach
A deeply moving message wise available.
cleaning and handling. Our special equipment will assure you of a proper
homes twice a day prompted
received by Mrs. Ella Fel-
In covering the develop-
Jerusalem residents to ex-
job. We maintain a complete laundry department to launder draperies
man, of 15235 W. Nine Mile ments as fully as possible,
press the wish that they con-
tell of the unity of Israelis in The Jewish News finds it im-
tinue handling the postal
all task for Israel's susten- possible to quote from the
services when the war is
Professional take down and rehang service
many letters being submit-
A special appeal addressed ted, and this one is selected
A few paces beyond Zion
Phone 891-1818 Suburban call collect reverse charges.
Square, the City Hall had to her stated that while there as symbolic of the urgencies
Trade Member National Society of Interior Designers
been turned into the emer- is great appreciation of the described by those calling
gency center for Jerusalem,
All that the name implies
charged with running the assist the country, soldiers struggles encountered by the
city for the duration of the are in need of items that people of Israel.
war. Signs at the entrance
directed volunteers to the
second floor, where registra-
tion and assignments were
made. Volunteers spoke of a
variety of jobs they had been
called upon to do.
One young Argentinian girl,
a student at the Hebrew
University, told how she had
spent one night helping to
man one of the evacuation
centers set up to provide food
and shelter to persons- whose
houses might be destroyed_
by bombing. Luckily, there
has been no enemy action in
A young Dutch tourist told
of his experiences in a
bakery, wrapping and load-
ing fresh bread onto trucks
Lincoln (101/2 Mile)
for delivery to the Syrian
front and two Israeli girls
spoke of the many waste-
Lincoln Towers — a completely new apartment community
baskets they had emptied
at Lincoln and Greenfield Roads. An imposing 10-story
and the floors they had
high rise with four automatic elevators. There's a swimming
scrubbed in city hall.
pool. Sundeck. Community activity center. Central mail room.
On the third floor, several
Laundry and storage lockers on every floor ... and
persons sat outside room
fantastic views from the private balconies and huge
316. The sign on the door
indicated that this was the
emergency motor pool. Calls
Here you'll find one-bedroom, two-bedroom and studio
for transportation from vari-
apartments. Carpeted throughout. With fully equipped
ous organizations throughout
kitchens. Tiled baths and mirrored vanities. Heating and
the city are acknowledged
and cars are assigned to do
air-conditioning systems you control thermostatically for
your personal comfort. Lighted, landscaped car parks.
Some of the volunteer
You can walk to the Lincoln Center shopping mall from
drivers told of their experi-
Lincoln Towers, and do your banking on the way
ences. One Russian immi-
in BIRMINGHAM at
Messages to Detroiters Describe
Heroism, Tell of Soldiers' Needs
All you'd ever want
... where you want it.
Sou thfie ld
CJF Assembly Opens
Nov. 8 in Louisiana
NEW YORK — The fast-
changing developments in the
Middle East, particularly as
they relate to Israel and the
North American Jewish com-
munity's commitment and re-
sponsibility to its people, will
be dealt with in detail at the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds'
42nd general assembly in New
Orleans. The assembly, orig-
inally set to open Nov. 7, will
begin Nov. 8 and run through
More than 50 Detroit dele-
gates will be among the 2,500
communal leaders and feder-
ation executives from com-
munities through out the
United States and Canada.
Just down Greenfield is Northland with all its shops and
services. You're also near the Southfield and Lodge
Freeways, so it's easy going anywhere: downtown, the far
northwest suburbs, the lakes and parks beyond.
east of Greenfield
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