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November 12, 1976 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-12

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40 — BUSINESS CARDS

DO YOU NEED A
REPAIR PLUMBER?

Call Harry or Abe
licensed plumbers

X-L PLUMBING &
HEATING CO.
Sewers & drains cleaned.
40 years experience
862-0469
bays—Nights--Holidays

INTERIOR
PAINTING

Small home repairs
No job too small
Call after 5

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

CARPENTRY

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

References

Very Reasonable

Call RON

968-4576

eves.

642-3788

E. LARKINS
MOVERS

VAIL
PAINTING SERVICES

Referral service,
personalized since 1946



ommercial building sprayed

Custom interior painting.
Interior & exterior caulking.
Plaster repair. Fully insured.

543-9147

MR. FIX-All

All home repairs
Double locks installed
Carpentry
Smoke Alarms
No Job Too Small

Call SCOTT

352-3419

LOCKSMITH
BARRY'S LOCK &
KEY SERVICE

Sales, installation, repairs. Locks,
keys, deadbolts. Residential & Com-
merical. Industrial. Automotive.

837-8932

Window cleaning

Wall washing

Gutters cleaned.

GET OUR PRICES
557-3372

FURNITURE REPAIR

Touch up cig. burns, dog bites,
Broken & loose joints, etc.
Free Estimates

AL SUNSHINE 348-9090

SUPERIOR DECORATING
SERVICE

Experienced to satisfy all your de-
corating needs. Wallpaper hanging
and removal. Interior & exterior paint-
ing. Free Estimates. Pre-winter Spe-
cial.

10% DISCOUNT
WITH THIS AD
398-8605

Decorating At It's Best

Professional
wallpapering & painting.
Free Estimates
Reasonable
Quick Service
L. COOPER
398-0779
M. NEUMAN
559-7097

CARL•HARDING
MOVING CO.

Reasonable Rates

255-2881
875-6492

ALIUS ROSS

MOVING CO., INC.

Custom work, household moving,
offices, packing, piano and appli-

ances. Local and State of Michigan.

357-2674

PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

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

822-3417

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

MR. FRIEDMAN

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

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

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

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

588-2418

IrMan nit vva

son, chairman of the
American Section, com-
mented on the many roles
of the Neumanns in
Zionist life. She cited the
activities of Fannie
Neumann as a dramatist,
writer and program di-
rector for Hadassah, and
those of Emanuel

Yael Rom, fourth gen-
eration Israeli, presently
vice president of
academic affairs and
head of the compensatory
education program at the
Technion, the Israel In-
stitute of Technology in
Haifa, the equivalent of
the American MIT, was
Israel's first military
pilot in the crucial 1956
Sinai Campaign. Then
she had an important role
with the El Al Israel Air-
lines and later was a pilot
for the Israel Arkia Air-
lines.
She shared her ex-
perience and knowledge
with more than a score of
Greater Detroit groups
during a two-week stay
as Scholar-in-Residence
representing the Jewish
Agency.
Her emphasis in the

YAEL ROM

nearly two dozen lectures
she delivered here was
on life in Israel.
Deviating from the re-
portorial on the Israeli
high education programs,

Mrs. Rom expressed the
hope that young American
Jews would pursue their
collegiate careers in Is-
rael. She pointed out that
students are given a
three-month preparatory
course in Ulpanim of the
universities and that the
studies in college cur-
ricula match those of the
best schools anywhere.
She pointed to Techn-
ion, the acknowledged
MIT — Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
— as evidence of the high
rank of the Israeli col-
leges sifice MIT and
Technion share equal
status in academic ranks.
"There is an econmic
value in Americans
studying in Israel," Mrs.
Rom said. "For $2,000 a
year a student acquires
an education and covers

Reasonable
Call
HAROLD MILNER

535-7946

For the finest in Photography

CARMEL STUDIO

all social engagements
Portraits on Location
Landscapes-Interiors

851-3397

WALLPAPER
HANGING

Custom work at reason-
able rates.

546-0942 642-3047

546-0050

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

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

541-0278

EMERGENCY

CALL THE

FURNITURE DOCTOR

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

Call: MARV KAY
851-2550 24 Hours

Neumann as a speaker,
writer, organizer and
leader of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America,
the World Confederation
of General Zionists, the
World Union of General
Zionists and as chairman
of the American Section
of the WZO Executive.

Yael Rom Urges U.S. Youth to Study in Israel;
Invites Support for Neveh Yair Sport Memorial

PAINTING

Commercial & Residential
Roofing. Aluminum Siding &
Trim. Gutters & General Re-
pair. GUARANTEED MATERI-
ALS & WORKMANSHIP.

IL, 1710 3J

Emanuel Neumann Biography Is Launched by WZO

NEW YORK (JTA) —
An autobiographical
memoir by Emanuel
Neumann, "In the
Arena," was launched at
a reception here given by
the American Section of
the World Zionist Organi-
zation and Herzl Press.
Mrs. Charlotte Jacob-

Interior—Exterior

ROOF
LEAKS??

novemuer

Facilities like this basketball court for the disabled will be among the many
features of the proposed Neveh Yair Swet International Recreation and Sports
Center for the Disabled.

Chess Olympiad Continuing

HAIFA (JTA) — Teams
from 48 countries are
competing in the 22nd In-
ternational Chess Olym-
piad which has entered
its third week in a relaxed
atmosphere.
The
International
Chess
Federation
(FIDA), selected Israel to
be the host country for
the first time in 12 years.
Libya set up its own
counter - tournament
which was promptly dis-
qualified by FIDA. But
the Arabs were careful
not to give their teams of-
ficial status in order to
avoid sanctions by FIDA.
The Soviet Union and
the rest of the Communist
bloc are boycotting the
Haifa games. But they
did not go to Libya.
The Russians, however,
are participating indi-
rectly in the FIDA Con-
gress which is being held

here simultaneously with
the Olympiad. They have
sent chess problems for
solution by experts.
Yugoslavia and Hungary
sent delegates to the Con-
gress.
Some of the best
players on the Israeli
team are recent immi-
grants from the Soviet
Union — Grand Master
Vladimir Lieberson,
Roman Djindjichashvilli
and Leon Lederman on
the men's team and Olga
Podgrzeneskaya and
Luba Kristal among the
women.
The FIDA Congress,
meanwhile, has many
political problems on its
agenda. These include
membership application
from the PLO and the
question of ousting South
Africa. The PLO bid was
postponed until the next
Congress.

PLO Returning
to Border Zone

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Lebanese villagers com-
ing to Israel through the
border fence have re-
ported new terrorist at-
tempts to infiltrate
Southern Lebanon and
re-occupy the strong-
holds near the Israeli
Border that they aban-
doned when the Lebanese
civil war broke out nearly
two years ago.
The villagers, including
local Druze, indicated
that they were resisting
terrorist demands and
were prepared to fight.
The terrorists are re-
entering Southern Leba-
non with the apparent
consent of Syrian forces.
Reports from other
sources said the Palestine
Liberation Army and ter-
rorist units were moving
armored vehicles to
points some 25 kilometers
from the Israeli border.

all living costs. A four-
year college career in Is-
rael can be acquired for
$8,000, covering tuition
and living costs and pro-
viding for tours to see the
country. The low cost
permits parents to visit
the students and the bur-
dens are decreased."
Mrs. Rom's concern in
urging American youths
to study in Israel was,
however, for the major
reason of assuring a link
of Jewish youth with
their heritage, with their
people and with their
families. "The fear of
youth turning away can
thus be averted," she de-
clared.
Mrs. Rom specified her
interest in a major project,
the establishment of the
Neveh Yair International
Recreation and Sport
Center for the Disabled.
This sports center is
being established in the
name of Yair Swet, a sec-
ond cousin of Mrs. Rom's
husband, Prof. Joseph
Rom, head of the
aeronautical department
at the Technion. Yair
Swet, son of Zvi. Swet,
cousin of Prof. Rom, died
on the Golan Heights dur-
ing the Yom Kippur War.
The senior Swet was dis-
abled in World War II and
initiated the idea of buil-
dig a center for the dis-
abled.
Neveh Yair has com-
plete Israeli government
endorsement, but gov-
ernment agencies indi-
cated that funds for the
project are not available
at present. A Chicago
group has undertaken to
plege $1,000,000 and
funds are being sought
elsewhere. Mrs. Rom ex-
pressed the hope. that
gifts will be forthcoming
from Detroiters. They
may be sent to Neveh
Yair Swet, 6 Bloch St., Tel
Aviv, Israel.

PROF ROM

Prof. and Mrs. Rom are
members of the Likud Is-
rael opposition party that
opposes the ruling coali-
tion. Mrs. Rom has been
urged to be a candidate
for the Knesset and Prof.
Rom to seek the mayor-
alty of Haifa. Their deci-
sions will be made in Feb-
ruary when the candi-
dates will be lined up for
the approaching Israeli
elections.

The
Sephardic
Brotherhood of America
was organized in 1915.

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