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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-07

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50—BUSINESS CARDS

BURGLAR & FIRE
ALARM SYSTEMS

FOR HOME AND BUSINESS
FREE DEMONSTRATION
& ESTIMATE

356-8228

doily and evenings

91—COUNTRY CLUB
54—Friday, June 7, 1974
MEMBERSHIP FOR SALE

SHENANDOAH Swim Club mem-
bership, $250. 474-0647 after 6
p.m.

93—GARAGE SALES

500 family Garare sale. Temple
Emanuel, 14450 W. 10 Mile Rd.,
Oak Park. Sunday June 9, 9 a.m.-
5 p.m.

PAINT UP and wallpaper up for
summer. 546-1646.

CALL US LAST!

Aluminum siding trim, gutters,
roofing, roof repairs, and all
general repairs. Guaranteed
material and workmanship.

546-0050

EXPERIENCED painting for out-
side work. Reasonable. Russian
Refugee. 968-0698.

111t1:ut
.
your
money where
• •
your heart is
in America
ZII,.

Sign up for

SAYINGS\ BONDS,
FREEDOM SHARES

U.S.

53-A—ENTERTAINMENT

PIANO entertainment for parties.
Portable organ also available.
Adele Miller. 353-9566.

FREDDIE SHEYER, famous orches-
tra, $60.00 average price. 398-2462.

E.S.P. entertains adults! 356-5112
or 1-662-3700.

MAGIC CLOWNS entertain chil-
dren. 356-5112 or 1-662-3700. -

56—ANTIQUES

UNIVERSAL MALL

Antique Show
and Sale

Mon. thru Sat.
9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
-
Sunday 12 Noon to 5 p.m.

Announces the unveil-
ing of a ,monument in
his memory 2 p.m.
Sunday, Ju'ne 9 at
Michigan Ave. west of
Telegraph Rd. Rabbi
Arm will officiate. Rel-
atives and friends are
asked to attend.

)1- *

BEST

The Family of the Late

OFFER

AVERY GERALD
STALLER

TAKES

* Queen-size bedrm. set,
* liv. rm. furn., misc. items
* all in exc. condition.

-

Open 10 a.m.-
2 p.m. Sunday

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, June 9 at Nu-
sach H'ari Cemetery.
Rabbi Arm will offici-
ate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

20606 Wooflburn

South of Nine Mile
Off Evergreen
Southfield

******************w

GETTING MARRIED?

Looking for furniture?
have
2 sofas, table, carpeting, drapes
and chrome framed posters in
excellent condition. Decorate an
entire apartment. Call after 6
p.m.

LI 4-7358

59-A—PIANOS FOR SALE

TENNIS ANYONE? Interested in
finding a tennis partner. 968-
0148.

91—COUNTRY CLUB
MEMBERSHIP FOR SALE

SHENANDOAH swim club mem-
bership for sale. 626-5502 after 5
p.m.
SHENANDOAH swim, club mem-
bership for sale. 353-7387.

SHENANDOAH swim club mem-
bership. $250. 851-0645.

- The family of the late
David S. Freedman, announ-
ces the unveiling of a monu-
ment in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, June 9 at Chesed
Shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Schnipper will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked
to attend.

The Family of the late

LOUIS
ABROMOVICH

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 9:45 a.m.
Sunday, June 16 at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Arm will offici-
ate. Relatives a n d
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

BELLA
EKELMAN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 2 p.m.
Sunday, June 9 at Che-
sed Shel Emes Ceme-
tary. Rabbi Goldschlag
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked
to attend.

MRS. BERTHA
FARBMAN

Mother of Dr. Aaron
Farbman, the late Dr.
Simon Farbman and
Mrs. Lillian (Ira G.)
Kaufman, will have a
monument unveiled in
her memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, June 9 at Adat
Shalom Memorial
Park. Relatives a n d
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

RALPH BERG

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 10 a.m.
Sunday, June 9 at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park.
Rabbi Arm will offici-
ate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

`DENA
BORENSTEIN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 2 p.m.
Sunday, June 9, at Beth
Tefilo Cemetery. Rabbi
Levin . w i 1 1 . officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

BEN
GARRISON

Announces the unveil.
ing of a monument in
his memory 11:45 a.m.
Sunday, June 23 at
Beth Moses Cemetery.
Rabbi Schnipper will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

NATHAN N.
LIEBERMAN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 2 p.m. Sun-
day, June 9 at Nusach
H'ari Cemetery. Rabbi
Lehrman will offici-
ate. Rel#tives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

PHILLIP WILLIS

Husband of Mrs.
Rachel Willis, M r s.
Arnold (Irene) Citrin,
Mrs. Herbert (Esther)
Fealk and Mrs. Fred
(Ann) Benderoff, an-
nounce the unveiling of
a monument in his
memory 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, _June 9 at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

UPRIGHT PIANO with bench.
Good condition. Other household
furniture. 357-0501.

85—PERSONAL

Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mail or by calling
The Jewish News office, 17515 W.
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075,
124-8833. Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the insertion. There is a standing
charge of $9.50 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in
depth and $8.00 for one two inches
deep with a black border.
, *

The Family of the Late

Dequindre & 12 Mile Rd.
June 2nd thru June 9th

57—FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD
GOODS & FURNISHINGS

*

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 1 p.m. Sun-
day, June 9 at Beth
Yehudah Cemetery
(Bnai Israel), 14 Mile
and Gratiot Rds. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

JOEL H.
SCHULMAN

FREE ADMISSION
FREE PARKING

Monument Unveilings

The Family of the Late

ROSE SALZBERG

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Family of the Late

AARON
CANNER

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 9 at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Poupko will offi-
ciate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

YETTA
PLOTNIK

Announces the unveil-
ing of a • monument in
her memory 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 9 at
Machpelach Cemetery.
Cantor Klein will offici-
ate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

GERTRUDE
YOLLES

HARRY J.
DAVIS

The Family of the Late

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 9 at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park.
Rabbi Rosenbloom and
Cantor Vieder will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, June 16 at
Chesed Shel Emes
Cemetery. Cantor Hy-
man Adler will offici-
ate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, June 16 at
Chesed Shel Emes Ce-
metery. Rabbi Gold-
schlag will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

SOL POSKEL

`Spots of Time' Lacks Credulity

Displacement is -a common
factor of war. Soldiers are
displaced from their homes
to battle grounds, refugees
are displaced from their
countries. In Marcel Wein-
berg's "Spots of Time" (Mac-
millan), a young boy is dis-
placed from his childhood
as the effects of war allow
him to grow up too fast.
Without reading the jacket
flap of "Spots of Time," the
reader would never know
that the setting of the book
is World War II Europe.
There is no dialogue, and the
narrator, who tells his tale
in a first-person account, is
never identified.
Wandering, animal - 1 i k e,
through the woods, the child
is exposed to cruelties of war,
one of which opens the book.
He winds up in an orphan-
age at age 8 and twice is
taken in by relatives, only
to return to the orphanage.
Although the child is trou-
blesome, his last four years
there' are fruitful. By age
12 he has achieved a men-
tal growth and balance us-
ually attained at adulthood.
The balance is embodied
by those he chooses to be-
friend at the orphanage —

Cartoon Book
Provides Quick
Israel History

By DAVID FRIEDMAN
JTA Staff Writer

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)
IN SPITE OF EVERYTHING by
Noah Bee. Edited by Ernest E.
Barbarash. Bloch Publishing Co.,
New York.

The popularity of political
cartoons is due to their abil-
ity to make an editorial point
that can be easily understood
by almost everyone. Noah
Bee, who has been drawing a
weekly political cartoon for
the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency since 1959, has col-
lected 185 of his drawings
into a book called "In Spite
of Everything," which covers
the first 25 years of the State
of Israel.
The collection starts with a
1947 cartoon entitled "Guard
of Honor" showing the Anglo-
American Fact-Finding Com-
mittee coming to Palestine
as they are watched by the
shades of the 6,000,000 Jew-
ish dead and ends with the
title cartoon showing a char-
acter representing Israel who
has driven to the top of a
spiked mountain road on his
journey from 1948 to 1973.
This is certainly a true de-
piction of Israel's first quar-
ter century which it has sur-
vived "In Spite of Every-
thing."
This collection of cartoons
provides a good introduction,
albeit • simplified, into that
period of Israel's beginnings.
Under each drawing is a
brief synopsis of the period
covered by the cartoon.
What strikes the reader is
how the same issues keep ap-
pearing over the years. World
indifference to the fate of
Jews, the problem of Arab
terrorism, free navigation
for Israel, U.S. supplies to
the Arabs, and the Arab
refugee problem keep corn-
ing up again and again.
There are also cartoons about
Israel's problems. Some of
the cartoons are amusing,
some angry and some even
touching.

Henry and Simon. Henry is
his id, wild, aggressive and
impulsive. Simon is his ego,
controlled, aware of the
events around him as he tries
to keep his wayward friend
out of mischief.
The narrator's growth
reaches its peak in his rela-
tionship with Rini, another
orphan. Her desires, even at
age 12, are those of a wom-
an more experienced, and
she seduces him.
Told, thereafter, that a re-
lative in America wants to
adopt him, he is overtaken
by childish fears.
The lack of dialogue dies
not lend credulity t
:e
story. The fact that any
.ie-
place description is missing,
makes "Spots of Time" that
much harder to swallow.
—Heidi Press

Israel Tougher
on Communists

By EHUD YAARI
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Dur-
ing the past few weeks Is-
rael's security services have
carried out a series of arrests
among members of the Jor-
danian Communist Party on
the West Bank. The number
of arrests has not been dis-
close d, but • Communist
sources here claim that more
than 50 party activists were
rounded up.
For more than six years
the Israeli authorities chose
to ignore West Bank Corn-
munist activity, which was in
the main limited to the dis-
tribution of the unlicensed
organ El-Watan ("Home-
land") and various other
pamphlets and petitions. In
recent months, however, the
West Bank Communists had
switched for the first time to
sabotage operations, particu-
larly arson, and to fierce
propaganda in favor of
"armed resistance." This
was done under the banner
of the "Palestinian National
Front" — a typical under-
ground Communist Front or-
ganization, which embraces
several other small political
circles, such as George Ha-
bash's Arab Nationalist
Movement.
The switch of the Commu-,
nist cells from mere "talk"
to "action," saw the end of
Israel's tolerance towards
the party. Among those ar-
rested were several well-
known intellectuals, particu-
lar13) from East Jerusalem,
and other leading party
members. The Communist
press in Israel steadily denies
the charges, levelled against
the detainess.
Rakah's mouthpiece, El-
Ittihad, claims that the Is-
raeli government "is IT 'ng
4
a campaign against st
ers of political settlement. –
But the new militant tone
of the West Bank Commu-
nists on the pages of their
own new paper "Filastin"
seems to refute these denials.
Apparently the Communists
took a decision to risk Is-
raeli counter-measures by
moving to "action," in order
to strengthen their position
among the Palestinian armed
organizations. The fact that
the Communist Party has the
only organized dissident net-
work on the West Bank
makes its potential contribu-
tion to the PLO valuable in-
deed.

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