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January 18, 1980 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

60 Friday, January 18, 1980

40—BUSINESS CARDS

EXPERT dressmaking and alt-
erations. By Irene. 355-1422.

Custom painting &
wallpapering

13 yrs. experience.
ALLEN ZATXOFF
Free Estimates
Call after 3:30

559-7731

PAINTING

Interior, exterior, wall papering,
wall paper removing. Free esti-
mates. References. Work
guaranteed. Call anytime.

Bill Paschal
Painting Service

535-2609 or 535-0178

METRO WINDOW
CLEANING AND
HOME CARE

541-0278

MOVING?
YOUNG MEN

With furniture van will move you
expertly at economy rates.

Insured

588-1228

589-0682

ROOFING

Quality work.
Reasonable rates.

KITCHEN cabinets &
woodwork refinished. An-
tiquing, staining. Custom
interior painting. Reason-
able. References.

No job too small.

Hot asphalt and
shingles, roofs.

John

967-1114

842-0461

All work done myself

Window Cleaning
Caulking & Painting

EXPERIENCED
CARPENTER

ALEXANDERS

Fine craftsmanship of all kinds.
Home repairs, remodeling, new
construction. Repair ofd doors
and locks.

Free Estimates
Call eves. 3540526

No job too big or small.
Reasonable rates.

PETER FRIEDMAN
EXPERT SEWER CLEANER

RICHARD HYMAN

557-2896

CAWGRAPHY

SUMP PUMP INSTALLER

Invitations Addressed
Italic & Block Style

354-4364

RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING
Wall washing & gutter
cleaning.
Quality Service
Free Estimates

547-2418

QUALITY CUSTOM PAINTING

Elissa
358-3615 eves

SKILLED TRADESMAN

Familiar with all phases of Resi-
dential & Commercial Construc-
tion to do home repairs.

Merin Neat & Clem

Vic
435-0259

Satisfaction Guaranteed

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
PAINTING

Any Kind.
yrs. experience.

BERNIE
BENKOFF

Custom Painting &

MUSIC! Voice, recorder & guitar
duo. Janet Smarr. 995-9781.

Enhance your SiMcha (Happy
Occasion), by listening to the
melodious voice of an Israeli and
English folk guitarist. Reason-
able rates.

Please call 399-0079

TODD & MARK'

Are the magnificent Magic
Machines.

Specializing in children's parties,

adult shows, special occasions.

We amaze, surprise, but most of
all make you smile.

Reasonable rates.

Wallpapering, Inc.

toils
in
Specializing
flocks, grass cloth. cork,
graphics vinyls. material.
suede

Free 'Estimates.

Insured.
353-0030

842-0461.

'SINGING guitarist, violinist plus
Disco tapes. 398-2462.

841-3435
841-3164
****Ielicu-wwor*

BERNIE IS
BACK

JERUSALEM — The
aliya activists of "Telem,"
are today as outnumbered
by the Zionist establish-
ment as Zionist pioneers
were a minority among
Jewish people almost a cen-
tury ago.

"Telem" (an acronym for

John

545-7120

54



967-3850

CEMETERY LOTS

Wanted to buy 3 or more
cemetery plots together,
permitting slant or up-right
markers.

626-7707

needs of the home's elderly
residents by the use of elec-
tronically modified lifts,
mid-cabin heaters and spe-
cial interior appointments.

Two vans have previously
been contributed by the
LeVine Foundation, all of
which are used in the
home's day care program
and the ongoing resident
travel programs.

In addition, the LeVines
have made funds available
for adapting the home's
existing garage to house the
van.

Young Zionist Activists
List Aliya As Top Priority

53—ENTERTAINMENT

Quality work.
Reasonable rates.

ALL CITY
MOVING & STORAGE, INC.

12

• • •

The Jewish Home for
Aged has received the gift of
a specially equipped van
from the David M. and
Frieda G. LeVine Founda-
tion.
The van, especially mod-
ified for the comfortable
transportation of residents
of the home as well as day
care participants, was given
under the auspices of Daniel
M. and Saul LeVine, both
life members of the board of
directors of the Jewish
Home for Aged.
This van has been espe-
cially adjusted to meet the

All work done by myself.

398-1053

Licosa,. Boded & loured
534-9401
NEED SIGNS?
CALL APEX

Charles Wolfe, center, executive director of the
Jewish Home for Aged, acdeps the gift of a van from
Daniel M. LeVine, left, and Saul LeVine. The specially
equipped van has been designed to meet the needs of
the residents of the Home for Aged.

Yet, despite the fact that
Telem has attracted just
200 members since it was
founded last May, the
organization regards itself
as the warm, beating heart
in the body of the Zionist
movement.

Reasseahle wits Retinues

Complete moving serv-
ices anywhere in Michi-
gan. Uniformed men. Free
estimates.

"Inumplum

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

No job too small, no price too big.

PAINTING & DECORATING
Quality Warloseeseip - Rumble Rates
Mario( & Exterior

Home for Aged Receives Gift Handicapped Jewish Baby
Focus of Adoption Fight
from LeVine Foundation

"Tnua Le Zionut Mag-
shima," with the word itself
meaning 'furrow" or "much
traveled path") was estab-
lished due to pressure from
young Zionist Congress
delegates, whose ideas have
little in common with the
older Zionists who make up
a majority of the delegates.
Telem has made aliya its
top priority and the organ-
ization requires all its
members to come on aliya
within six years of joining.
They are funded by the
World Zionist Organization
and private contributions.

Yeshiva U. Aid
Center Enlarged

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The special psychological
problems of Orthodox Jews
as well as those of other
religious groups are being
served through an ex-
panded 21-year-old Yeshiva
University Center for
Psychological and
Psychoeducational Serv-
ices.
The center is located at
the university's Brookdale
Center in Manhattan and is
operated by the Ferkauf
Graduate School's new
school of professional psy-
chology to provide a wide
range of evaluation, treat-
ment and consultation serv-
ices to children, adoles-
cents, college students,
adults and families.

The child has severe
neurological defects and is
partially blind.
Reuven Resch said he

heard of the child in the
Jewish community, and
visited the child in the
hospital. He said he and
his wife informed the so-
cial services office of
their interest and asked
that the adoption be
handled through the
Miskon Children's Home
in Borough Park.
Resch, who himself was.
adopted, said the office ig-
nored his request and the
New York Family Court
Act, which requires place-
ment "when practicable" to
be with an adoption agency
under control "of persons of
the same religious faith" as
that of the child.

Justice Dept. Names New
Investigator o f Nazis in U.S.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Allan Ryan Jr., a lawyer
from the Solicitor General's
office, will replace Walter
Rockier as head of the Jus-
tice Department's Office of
Special Investigations (OSI)
which is responsible for the
investigation and prosecu-
tion of alleged Nazi war
criminals in the United
States.
Meanwhile, in the first
such statement by any
American President,
President Carter has
endorsed the Justice De-
partment's investigation
and prosecution of alleged
Nazi war criminals.
The January 1980 issue of
"Jewish Living," expected
to appear in two weeks, car-
ries Carter's statement say-
ing: "I will lend my full sup-
port to the Justice Depart-
ment's efforts to de-
naturalize and deport ex-
Nazis living illegally in the
United States, because I be-
lieve that we can never
forget the actions of those
responsible for the
Holocaust ..."
Carter's remarks in
Jewish Living were part
of a statement that was
specifically prepared for

the magazine, its editor,
' L. Aryeh Rubin, said.
The magazine had sent
out a questionaire to eight
Presidential candidates,
asking for answers on
"specific hard-mosed facts
about the candidate's posi-
tions on issues of special
Jewish concern."

Rather than responding
to the questionnaire per se,
Carter issued a statement to
the magazine which in-
cluded his endorsement of
Justice Department efforts
on war criminals. Since this
question was not part of the
Jewish Living question-
naire, the other seven can-
didates did not express their
views on that issue.

Israel Inflation
Hurts Services
to Women, Kids

NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
rael's growing economic
woes, reflected in a three-
digit inflation rate, and the
government's new austerity
program are threatening to
bring about a severe reduc-
tion, or outright elimina-
tion, of vital social services
for women and children in
Israel, Nava Arad, chair-
Noshrim Slated
man of Na'amat, the His-
tadrut
women's organiza-
for 35 Percent
has been acquired by
tion, warned here.
Deutschland Funk, the
of UJA Funds
Arad expressed concern
West German equivalent of
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — that unless new financial
Voice of America, for airing
resources are found, a score
Some 35 percent of United
early this year.
Jewish Appeal Funds col- of social, educational, cul-
The 25-minute program,
tural
and welfare projects,
lected in the U.S. last year
"How the Exiles Appeared
were used to absorb nos- operated and sponsored by
Within and Outside Nazi
hrim — Soviet Jewish im- Na'amat, which has a mem-
Germany: Five Perspec-
migrants who elect to go to bership of 720,000 and is the
tives," is a dramatic literary
largest women's organiza-
America
rather than Israel.
criticism focusing on Ger-
It has been predicted that tion in Israel, might be af-
man authors exiled by Hit-
fected.
$60-$70 million of an ex-
ler.
The activities of Na'amat
pected total of $200 million
The script is Dr. Stern's
to
be contributed to UJA in embrace a large variety of
second for radio. Last year,
1980 will be needed for the services and projects all
his radio play, The
over Israel, Arad said, in-
noshrim.
Search," was broadcast by
Former Prime Minister cluding the operation of day
the Third Programme of the
Yitzhak Rabin told the nurseries and child care
British Broadcasting
Knesset after a U.S. trip centers, community cen-
Corp.
that some American Jewish ters, counseling programs
leaders favor U.S. resettle- for adolescents and their
ment of the Soviet Jews on families, clubs for Arab and
CINCINNATI (JTA) — economic grounds: it costs Druze women for job train-
The Jewish Early Learning approximately $100,000 to
ing and cultural activities,
Cooperative, an infant day settle a family in Israel and agricultural and vocational
care center run by and for only $25,000 to settle the training schools, and pro-
students at the Hebrew same family in America.
grams and activities for the
Union College - Jewish In-
promotion of women's
stitute of Religion (HUC-
Against diseases the rights and the equality of
JIR) school here, has strongest fence is the defen- Israeli women under the
opened. -
law.
sive virtue, abstinence.

Radio Show by WSU VP
to Be Aired in W. Germany

A radio script written by
Dr. Guy Stern, vice
president and provost at
Wayne State University,

NEW YORK — The State
Supreme Court in Brooklyn
has halted the adoption of a
handicapped Jewish baby
by a Protestant minister
and his wife.
A young- Hasidic couple
which wants to adopt the
child filed suit, charging
that New York City's De-
partment of Social Services
acted illegally in granting
adoption supervision of the
18-month-old child to
Lutheran Community Serv-
ices of Long Island.

Day Care at HUC

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