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30-A--INSTRUCTIONS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52-Friday, Nov. 23, 1973

40-EMPLOYMENT•

FOR RELIABLE

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Pleasant person for light house-

Household and Office
Furniture

dining room table w/6 match-

Local and Long Distance

burled walnut. Cane chair w/

keeping, and aid to invalid,

Call Joshua Shames 862-0372.

You will also receive my fas-

cinating book "Read and Get

Wise" by just asking for it.

19318 Roselawn

live in 5 days, $60. Driver pre-
ferred, recent references.

Also Storage

Call 851-5226 or
968-0030

40 - EMPLOYMENT

RARE CHINESE

Block lacquer screen inlaid w/

in wallpaper hong-

THE VERY FINEST

Capacity for Divine

Painting and paperhanging.

and all office procedures. South-
field area only. References.

Careful, neat and reasonable.

547-7569

PERSON to work in pawn shop.
LO 7-9833.

Rhonda
355-1174 or
353-8344

LIVE in companion, nice home
for elderly gentleman, household
duties. 345-3757.

BOOKKEEPER

LOOKING for babysitter for in-
fant with transportatiorl. Mon.
thru Fri. 8:00-5:00. $1.55 an hour.
Call 541-7907.

WANTED Recorder teacher to
instruct children. For further
information contact Pearl Green-
baum, 341-4200.

Accountants

13

a

Established & expending
Southfield office of Na-
tional CPA firm, has per-
manent staff openings

0 for senior & semi-senior

accountants.

Applicants
must have a minium of

9

O

a

2 years public account-
ing, _experience._ Excel-

lent opportunity for ad-
vancement.

O

Westheimer,

Fine Berger & Co.

352-7380

at

O
01=1

WANTED
COMPANION

Excellent for a person who

wants a nice home in a modern
apt. bldg. in Southfield to live
with lady; free room and board,
light cooking, good opportunity
for companionship.

' 961-9044

TYPE WELL

Southfield company pays the
agency fee and starts you at over
$135. Variety job with lots of
public contact. Call 542-3143 or
come into 24835 Woodward till
8:00 p.m.

PERMANENT STAFF

OAK PARK JOB

$115 is a good starting rate for
light •typist with knowledge of 10
key adder. No experience needed.
Great benefits too. Call 542-3143
or come into 24385 Woodward till
8:00 p.m.

PERMANENT STAFF

0•••••••••••••••••;




• REAL ESTATE •



CAREER ' • •



• We offer a selection •










program. Free training, •

high profit and invest- •

ment potential.



e • THE NADLER • •



CO.
s •



REALTORS


• • 25218 Greenfield

Rd.









Coll for Interview

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ri- OPM04,4•114•••••1

544-9700

Call Mr. Block

A-1 PAPERHANGER,
responsible. 542-4995.

neat and

COMPLETE interior painting.
Fine wood finishing, antiquing.
35 years experience. Reasonable.
Free estimates. References. 547-
1438.

LICENSED electrician. 557-8981 or
557-5775.

Cong. B'nai Moshe

a

Call after 5 p.m.

LOOKING for a good painter?
Experienced and reasonable. 543-
0130.

Full charge, thru trial balance,
preparation of payroll taxes,
reports, typing, and general
office, routine knowledge re-
quired. Salary open.

18" tall, must be seen to be

appreciated.

Call 851-2694

office exp. able to handle any

BAKERY salesperson wanted.
Call 398-9566 after 5:00 p.m.

ivory and other semi-precious

stones. Unusually large figures,

2
272-0654

352-2926

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE

Call 851-2694

SERVICE

and fun to buy. Call: Celia guaranteed. Free estimates.
Krieg.

Exc. typist, 65 wpm, diversified

ing chairs, oval table with

SUPERIOR DECORATING

Our products are fun to sell ing and removal. All work

GENTLEMEN leaving for Florida
December 10th. Share driving,
references. 557-7995.
WILL drive your car to Miami
area, December 20th. 557-2835.

Antique French Directoire style

matched brass ornaments.

894-4587 or 361-5222

AVON - GLAMOUR -
BEAUTY - AVON
Specialists

31-TRANSPORTATION

AUTHENTIC
19th CENTURY

NEAT

BAR MITZVAH

INSTRUCTIONS

50-BUSINESS CARDS

56-ANTIQUES

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

The Jewish intellect will be
uplifted and the emotional
faculty will experience a cor-
responding revival and rein-
vigoration. T h e practical
heroism of founding and
planting, building and per-
fecting will be accompanied
by the awakening of the dor-
mant love of God and the
fruitful cognition of His ways.
New songs will be created,
breathing the love of God and
echoing His mighty Word.
New and bright domains of
culture will be discovered,
tilled and fructified. The old
will be renewed and the new
will be sanctified. .. .
This dynamic flow will ap-
pear when the congregation
of Israel and its spirit are
united with the land of Israel
. . . Great is the capacity of
Israel for things Divine.
-Abraham Isaac Kuk

Gemara
Wisdom

In a time of drought it was
revealed to Abbahu in a
dream that if a certain Pen-
tekaka (i.e., "man of five
sins") were to pray for rain,
then rain would fall. Abbahu
sent for him and asked what
his occupation was. Pente-
kaka replied, "Five sins I
commit daily: I make assign-
ations for harlots; I deck
their theater; I take their
garments to the baths; I
clap and dance before them;
and I beat the drum for their
orgies."
Abbahu said to him, "Have
you ever done one good
deed?"
The man answered, "Once
I was decking out the theater
when a woman came and
wept behind one of the pil-
lars. I asked her why she
was weeping, and she told
me that her husband was in
prison, and that she was go-
ing to sell her body to abtain
his ransom. So I pawned my
bed and coverlet, and gave
her the money, and said, `Go,
redeem thy husband, and sin
not.' "
Abbahu said to him, "Wor-
thy art thou to pray and to
be answered."-T. J. Ta'anit,
1:4

Rabbi Hiyya ben Abba said
in the name of Rabbi Johan-
Sunday 9:30-12:30,
an: Whoever prolongs his
prayer, and calculates on it
Mon.-Fri. 9:30-3 p.m.
PAINT up and Wall paper up for
the Holidays. 544-1646.
(i.e., anticipates its fulfill-
ment as a reward for its
CARPENTRY work, inside & out-
length), will eventually come
side. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.
REAL ESTATE
to pain of heart.-Ibid., 32b
* *
*
An unusual opportunity for on
PROFESSIONAL
On Man's Individuality
exp. man cr woman in subur-
PAINTING
Even one ear of corn is not
ban residential and/or com-
By DAVID BEN-GURION
exactly like another.-T. J.
mercial and multiple real es- With a golden touch. CUSTOM
Whoever looks back at the Sanhedrin, 4:9
tate. The largest commission WALLPAPERING. Free esti-
*
achievements of the Jewish
offered plus an equity position mates, fully insured. CALL
in company with no investment. Al Benkoff
On Equality Among Men
543-6842 people while it was struggling
against tremendous odds,
All replies confidential.
Dave Benkoff
352-3281
One man alone was brought
cannot but come to the con- forth at the time of Creation
repairs, including clusion that the future of that in order that thereafter none
WILLIAM W. GROSS PLUMBING
disposals and sump pumps, no
people will not be like that should have the right to say
service charge. 398-1754.
356-8088
of all other nations and that to another, "My father was
ELECTRIC REPAIRS. Reasonable. somewhere in the higher
greater than your father."-
644-0409. 557-7228.
PHONE
reaches of the human spirit T. J. Sanhedrin, 4:5
it has a rendezvous with Des-
Why was man created a
INTERVIEWERS
PROFESSIONAL
tiny . . .
solitary human being, with-
Work from our plush new of-
PAINTING
The new epoch inaugurated out a companion? So that it
fices in Southfield, top pay,
by
the rebirth of the state of might not be said that some
With
a
customized
look.
Quality
excellent incentives and bonus
paper hanging by request.
Israel is but the beginning of races are better than others.
elan. Ideal working conditions,
its greatness. The vision of -Sanhedrin, 37a
FREE ESTIMATES AND
no selling-lust setting appt,
redemption which sustained
The life of one man may
PAPER CONSULTATION
for our soles force.
Texturizing Ceiling and Walls us thousands of years had as not be sacrificed to save the
MR. BLOOM
its goal the complete redemp- life of another man.-Ahalot,
Is Our Specialty
tion of the Jewish people and 7b
354-7609
Call
not of the Jewish people
Formerly the deceased of
40-A-EMPLOYMENT
CHRIS BIRCHALL alone. There can be no re- the wealthy were buried in
WANTED
demption for the Jewish peo- fancy caskets., and those of
543-8692
ple without the redemption of the- pn-or in cheap coffins. The
20 YEARS sales, experience,
WALLPAPER SALE all mankind. We can go on Rabbis have decreed, how-
former owner, representative
wants sales opoortunity, Eastern
with our great and difficult ever, that now all who die.
Under New Management
Michigan. 477-4542.
We carry the very finest in task only by remaining true whether rich or poor, should
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper seeks quality wollcoverings at dis- to our great vision-the vision be buried in inexpensive cas-
permanent part time •Tosition.
LI 4-4583.
count prices. Over 50,000 pot- of the Jewish Prophets which kets.-Moed Katon, 27a
A man came to Raba and
will be realized in the days to
EXPERIENCED day care for terns to choose from. Hours
said, "The prefect of my
come.
elderly, reasonable, Oak Park- 10-5, evenings by appt.
Southfield. 544-4655.
town has ordered me to kill
NATIONAL WALLCOVERINGS
so and so, or he will kill me."
Preventing Crime
45-B-BUSINESS FOR SALE
3950 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Raba replied, "Let him kill
Berkley, Mich.
If a man knows any evi- you; do you commit no mur-
JUNK YARD
dence in favor of the defend- der. Why should you think
546-6800
ant, he is not at liberty to
FOR SALE "
DRESSMAKING alterations, 20 keep silent regarding it, for that your blood is redder than
years experience, daytime. WO
his? Perhaps his is redder
Lorge warehouse space, lg.
1-2083, after 5, 541-7009.
thus he may become respon- than yours."-Pesachim, 25b
yard, can be used for storage
sible for the man's death. If
*
*
or otherwise. Baler for paper FURNITURE refinished and re-
a man sees another in mortal
Rab said: He whose mind
and aluminum, unconnected paired. Free estimates. 474-8953.
danger by falling into a river, is not quieted should not
iron cutter, crane, forklift
through an attack by robbers, pray. Rabbi- Hanina was wont
truck, truck scales, and large
MEET AN
or some other evil, he is in not to pray when he was irri-
office space.
duty bound not to stand idly tated.-Erubin, 65a
HONEST MAN
*
*
1919 Illinois
but must come to the
Painting, roofing, other home by,
rescue. Moreover, if he sees
Rabbi
Johanan
said: He
repairs.
50
BUSINESS CARDS
one man pursuing another to who recounts the praise of
SILVER plating and repairing,
kill or to ravish, he is in duty God more than is fitting will
837-5797
gold, silver,• brass and copper.
bound to try and prevent the be torn away from the world.
VE 6-0721.
crime, if need be by taking -Megillah, 18a
the life of the pursuer. -
53 A
Rab said: Whoever has it
ENTERTAINMENT
GOING ON AN
Midrash Sifre Kedoshim.
in his power to pray on be-
FREDDIE Sheyer, famous orches-
half o os
f his
neghbor,
i
and fails
EXTENDED
tra, all occasions, $60.00 average
price. 398-2462.
During 1972, the National to do so, is called a sinner.
VACATION
Co u n c i l on Alcoholism - -Berakot, •12b
2 law students willing to live
Greater Detroit Area, con-
55
MISCELLANEOUS
in and care for your home. Ref
ducted 2,000 confidential in-
You can't hold a man down
erences.
CHINESE Oriental rug 9x12 pre- terviews with people with without staying down with
World War II. Excellent condi-
+49- 03f8iFii7
4 4 ;,
ivtati4ington-
iff tl A4?;10s5,i
3 B

LI 8-9000

Vision Realized

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Zion and Jew!

By MORDECAI M. KAPLA
The Jewish people had
rise and growth in Palestin
and Palestine has become
Holy Land to two-thirds
mankind because of the pa
the Jews played there. T
history which the Jewish p(
ple enacted in Palestine_
been accepted by the folio
ers of Christianity and 114
ha mmedanism as proof
God's providence in the
reer of mankind . . . Duri
their stay in Palestine, t
Jews produced a literati
which has given a comr
consciousness to '
great
part of the human
1).i12'
land which forms the ye
texture of a people's life o
genius is not a mere g(
graphical entity that may
easily surrendered, but 1
comes, as Palestine been'
to the Jew, an inexoral
destiny.
If the Jewish people h
earned its right to Palesti
through -i t s achievemer
there, it has doubly earn
that land through its
swerving devotion to it aft
the exile ... The Jew ney
stood up in prayer, nP
rose from a meal, never cei
brated a Sabbath or festiv
never rejoiced at a weddii
never mourned the loss of
beloved, never drew comfc
from his religion without
yoking the hope of restoratl
to Zion.
The Jews have not omitt
a single significant occasi'
nor one single day in all
centuries that they have be
div ersed among the natio'
to reaffirm their right to
tional existence in Palest'
By that token the Jews ha
not merely upheld a claim
the face of forcible evictic
they have helped even
their absence to keep tF
land spiritually fruitful. T
steadfast hope in their u]
mate return to Palestine i
abled the Jews to survive
a people. It has engender
whatever spiritual and c
tural potentialities they

Midrash on Noal

When Noah was about
plant the vine. Satan car
and stood before him, al
asked what he was pla•tir
Noah said: "A vineyarn
Satan said: "What is its n
ture?" Noah replied:
fruits are ever sweet, whet
er moist or dry, and fro
them one makes wine VG
`rejoices the heart of ni7;3
tals' " (Ps. 104:15). Sat;
then said: "Come and lei
collaborate, the two of I
in this vineyard." •Noah
to him: "Very good."
So Satan brought SUCCE
sively a lamb, a lit^ a
and an ape, which
daub
tered, and with
bloc
he fertilied the vineyar
This is a sign that before
man drinks wine, he is we
as a sheep . . . If he drin
just enough, he becomes ;
strong as a lion . . . If
drinks more than enoug
he becomes like a pig th
wallows in the mire.,
when he becomes drunk,
dances like an ape, and
ters folly before all, ar
knows not what he does.
all this could happen
Noah, the man whom C
singled out for praise ;
`righteous in his generatiw-
how much more surely wi
it happen to ordinary foil
-Tanhuma.

The brain is a wonderf
organ; it starts working
moment you get up in tl
morning, and does not c!
until you get into the office
-Robert Fro:

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