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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-17

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Friday, September 17, 1976 53

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

CARPENTRY

EMERGENCY

• rec. rooms
• basement floors
tiled
• suspended ceilings
installed
• stucco
• misc. repairs.

CALL THE

FURNITURE DOCTOR

*Any Furniture Repair
*Reupholstering
*Refinishing
*Chair Caning
*Our Speciality
is repairing, reglueing
Sz reupholstering
dining room chairs.

References

Very Reasonable

Call RON

Call: MARV KAY
851-2550 24 Hours

968-4576

eves.

C all-A-Maid

E. LARKINS
MOVERS

_

557-2008
DuMESTIC MAID SERVICE

• Efficient • Transportation Incl.
• For Home or Office

KITCHEN CABINETS refinished.
Wood staining & antiquing. Inte-
rior, exterior painting. Reasonable.
References. 547-1438.

WEAVING — burns, tears, moth
holes. Woven in clothing & car-
peting. 557-2531.

Referral service,
personalized since 1946

822-3417

OAK PARK PLUMBING
& HEATING
Licensed Master Plumber
& Sewer Cleaning.
399-9528 or 399-8078



MR. FRIEDMAN

CARPENTRY work, inside & outside.
I. Schwartz. 545-7712.

WILL ADDRESS invitations of all
kinds. Call Judy 399-3412.
PLUMBING REPAIRS, Drains,
sewer cleaning, 24 hr. service.
368-9754.

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN, 557-
8981 or 557-5775.
COMPLETE remodeling, alterations,
repair, kitchen, den, basement, fain.
rm., reasonable. 354-6473 after 4.

PROFESSIONAL
PAPER HANGING

Will hang almost anything!

at $8.00 a roll
Foils $9.00 a roll

Also interior & exterior painting

CALL AL

967-1295

PAINTING

CARL HARDING
MOVING CO.

Interior—Exterior

Reasonable
Call
HAROLD MILRER

Reasonable Rates

255-2881

535-7946

**************

PROFESSIONAL
WALLCOVERING
INSTALLATIONS *

"Sr
"Or

"Sr
4r
.0( Specializing in:
• Vinyls
'41(
• Foils

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'Jr

*

Flocks
Fabrics
Murals
Graphics

Experts on aluminum storms,
carpet, floor, furniture clean-
ing. Wall washing, custom
painting, interior-exterior.

541-0278

*

*

CUSTOM PAINTING *
*
EXPERTS

*

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

Free Estimates
Fully Insured

*

4(
DAVID BENKOFF
4(
399-0652
*
4(
BERNIE BENKOFF
4(
398-4337
4(
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AN OPEN AND SHUT CASE

PLUMBING REPAIRS

Disposals, Faucets & Bathroom
Alterations & Violations

No Service Charge

398-1754

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Guaranteed 18
years. Experienced --= lowest
price.
FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

VERTICAL BLINDS.

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

557-1338

Treat your windows to the Blindfold's exciting

Vertical Blinds in woodgrains, fabrics, P.V.C.

and metals. Or put your own fabric and

'7er in the Loover Groover Blind.

50 %

LaPehle Venettenne

OFF

SIRIPiNG CHARGE
Horliontal Shads

30%

OFF
ffer expires Sept- 30 Offer expires Sept. 30

FREE ESTIMATES Ask about additional

discount Prices • Decorator window

treatments • Draperies • Vertical blinds
• Custom shades • Horizontal blinds •
Over 223 colors to choose from • Spreads



NEED HOLIDAY HELP?
CALL MOBILE MAIDES
Experienced. Dependable,
Insured.
968-0151

PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

• Wallpaper • Carpeting • Track lighting
• Custom reupholstering.

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

THE BLINDFOLD
Call 559-7'155

422-3764 (days)
937-8374 (eves)

ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERS &
trim. License, insured. Free estimates.

525 9160. ,

-

411i

Geri. Hours 10 am to 10 pm

7 Days a week

DRESSMAKING and alterations.

20
years experience. Reasonable. 968-
8490.

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

For the finest in Photography
CARMEL STUDIO

all social engagements
Portraits on Location
Landscapes-Interiors

851-3397

DECORATING

Prime Wallpaper- Hanging
& painting
Free Estimates
Fast Service
M. Neuman
L. Cooper

398-0779
If no answer: 559-7097

F. W. STEWART
MOVING CO.
"THE MOVING MEN"

Professional courteous serv-
ice. Insured low rates. Excel-
lent references.

588-2418

JULIUS ROSS

MOVING CO., INC.

Custom work, household moving,

offices, packing, .piano and appli-

ances. Local and State of Michigan.

357-2674

Significance
of Dreams

By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

It is quite obvious that
even as far back as the bi-
blical period, dreams had
a certain significance in
Jewish tradition. The
Patriarchs Abraham and
Jacob are related in the
Bible as having received
the message of the Al-
mighty in a dream.
Joseph regarded his own
dream seriously and was
the interpreter of Phar-
aoh's dream. In the
case of Pharaoh's dream
Joseph made it clear that
the real interpretation of
the dream was available
to him only from the reve-
lation of the Almighty
himself.
One source of talmudic
literature relates that
dreams constitute one-
sixtieth of prophetic reve-
1 ati o p (B'rachot 5-7b).
Other sources contended
that dreams are mean-
ingless vanities for the
most part.

Nevertheless, many
authorities considered
dreams a serious busi-
ness to the extent that a
dream which instills .fear
in the individual and
points to evil consequ-
ences requires the indi-
vidual to fast (Talmud,
Shabat 11a) against the
advice of others who say
they should be ignored.
So serious is an evil
dream that it is the only
private fast that can take
place on the Sabbath.

We still observe the
practice of offering a
prayer to overcome the
evil possibilities of a
dream during the ritual
of the priestly blessing in
the synagogue. Whatever
the relevancy of a dream
might be, the rabbis con-
sidered anything that
would upset the mental
equilibrium of a person
worthy of some attention.
A later source advises an
individual who had a dis-
turbing dream to give to
some charity.

WSU Book on Race Relations

By ALLEN A. WARSEN

In "Race Relations,"
subtitled "Elements and
Social Dynamics,"
(Wayne State University
Press, Detroit, 1976),
Oliver C. Cox views ra-
cism, as it is known in
modern times, as a rela-
tively recent develop-
ment, unknown prior to
the 16th Century. He
writes that it was intro-
duced by the Spaniards in
the sixteenth century as
justification for their
brutal exploitation of the
West Indians. The
Spaniards claimed that
their treatment of the In-
dians was due to their
"barbarous nature,"
"their sins," "their need
,of religious instruction,
and because their labor
was naturally due to a
people of such elevated
natures as the
Spaniards."
Years later, Cox con-
tinues, the European im-
perialist powers justified
their subjugation of the
peoples of Africa and Asia
on grounds that they
were racially inferior.
Soon this racist
rationalization evolved
into a racist philosophy
based on philology.
The racist philosophers
accepted as scientific
truth the philologists'
theory (now discarded)
that all European lan-
guages, except Finnish,
Magyar, Basque, and Tur-
kish, have a common ori-
gin, namely Sanskrit. They
also accepted as historic
truth the story in Sanskrit
literature of tall, blond,
and strong people called
Aryans who conquered the
dark-skinned people of
Persi and India.
0.n the basis of that
story and the philologists'
theory, the racist
philosophers concluded
that many Aryans had
left their native land and
migrated to Europe
where they introduced
civilization. "Since the
northern Europeans
tended to be blonds, the
corollary of the theory
was that they were the
purest descendants of the
original Aryans. Thus the
cult of Aryanism was
born."
leading
The
pholosophers of the
Aryan-Nordic ideology
were the Frenchman

Count
Arthur
-de
Gobineau (1816-1882) and
the Englishman-
turned-German, Huston
Stewart Chamberlain
(1885-1927).
Count Gobineau in his
four-volume work, "Essai
sur l'Inegalite des Races
Humaines" states: "The
Germanic races, which in
the fifth century trans-
formed the Western mind
—, these are the Aryans
. . . Where the Germanic
element has never penet-
rated, our special kind of
civilization does not
exist."
Gobineau divided man-
kind into black, yellow,
and white races — "the
blacks having the smallest
capacity for cultures and
whites the largest."
Chamberlain in his
two-volume "Grundlagen
des Neunzehnten Jah-
rhunderts" adopted
Gobineau's philosophy
and added to it a few "im-
provements" of his own.
"The Aryans," he wrote,
"are pre-eminent among
all peoples; for that
reason they are by right
. . . the lords of the
World. -
It is interesting to note
that though Cox discus-
ses Chamberlain at great

Is THE TIME TO

Place Your New Year
Greetings in

THE JEWISH NEWS

Holiday Issue—Sept. 24

There's

Woe to the world that has
lost its leader.
—The Talmud

no better way
to say

/9//),

Peru May Add
Kfir to Air Force

WASHINGTON — Peru
is considering rearming
its air force with Israeli
Kfir strike-fighters.
Other planes under con-
sideration include
French, British, Soviet
and American models, ac-
cording to a report in Av-
iation Week & Space
Technology.
Israel is expected to
make a new _proposal on
the Kfir soon. An earlier
proposal was based on
what the Peruvians con-
sidered an unrealistic as-
sumption of operational
requirements, which
raised the aircraft's cost.

length, he fails to men-
tion that his main target
was the Jews.
In this connection, it
would be instructive to
quote "The Jewish Encyc-
lopedia's - brief summary
of Chamberlain's
philosophy. ". . . he re-
gards all history as a con-
flict between the Aryans
and the Semites; the lat-
ter being regarded as a
special genus, "homo
Syriacus," of which the
Jew, "homo Judaicus," is
a typical species . . . So
great is his anti-Semitic
bias that he denies Jesus'
Jewish origin."
Chamberlain, moreover,
was Hitler's staunch sup-
porter. Again, when refer-
ring to "Mein Kampf, - the
author makes no mention
that this infamous book
was the Nazis' anti-Jewish
catechism. Instead, he
cites Hitler's opinion of
the Japanese. Whenever
Cox discusses the German
concentration camps, he
forgets to point out that
the Jews were their main
victims.
Cox calls Hitler "the
supreme practitioner of
racism," but fails even to
note that he was respon-
sible for the murder of
6,000,000 Jews.

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