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March 20, 1981 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

51—MISCELLANEOUS

"Spring clean-up, Power
Raking, Flower Beds and
Shrub Trimming."

Non-smoking Maj players
or card players wanted in
Huntington Woods or Oak
Park.
Call Bernice
546-2733

Soccer: Kerner's New Love

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

1983 or 1984.
Over the years Kerner
became friendly with
baseball star Stan Musial
and it was Musial who got
Bennie involved in the soc-
cer venture. Kerner
thought that at the begin-
ning he would come to the
office two or three times a
week and would take it
easy, but he's there every
day, 9-5 and really puts in a
hard day's work.
Kerner has been a sub-
stantial donor to a variety of
Jewish charities including
the Wingate School of Phys-
ical Education in Natanya.
The school has named a
dormitory in honor of
Kerner's donations, which
include several outdoor
basketball courts.

Ben Kerner, the former
boy genius of the National
Basketball Association, is
Call Glenn Crain
back in sports with the pur-
chase of the St. Louis
293-1955
Steamers soccer team.
"RODGERS DOES
53—ENTERTAINMENT
With an investment of
IT RIGHT"
$3,000, Kerner parlayed his
VERSATILE sophisticated party
basketball fortunes into a
music. 272-7586.
SEAMLESS
$3 1/2 million package when
BIRTHDAYS and other he sold out his St. Louis
special occasions. Hawks to a group from At-
Clowns, Magic, Music, lanta, Georgia. During his
tenure as head of the
Puppets, Juggling, Dance, Hawks, they won an NBA
Balloon Sculpture.
title.
BY
Phone 273-6716
The Steamers, the second
L.J. RODGERS
best team in the Major In-
Home Improvements
door Soccer League, are av-
Relative Prices
eraging close to 15,000
HUNTINGTON WOODS
NEW YORK (ZINS) — A people per game and Kerner
United Nations survey re: expects to break even by
399-1233
ports that it takes $130 in
Tel Aviv to buy the same
Expert Wallpaper Hanging
Intermarriage Rule for Samaritans
goods and services pur-
Free Estimates
Eight Jewish women
NABLUS (JNI) — The
chased in New York for
leaders of the Samaritan have married into the sect,
Call RON
$100.
communities of Holon and all of them into the Holon
Other cities listed in-
569-4030
Nablus met last week in branch.
cluded
Tripoli
($184),
most
After 5 call 967-3161
The decision reflects the
Nablus and ruled that
African_ - cities ($184),
Jewish
women
seeking
to
fact
that there are five men
Geneva ($162), Buenos
REPAIRS
wed Samaritans must live for every three women in
Aires ($160), Bonn ($158),
for the first half-year of the Samaritan community.
On sewing machines
Paris ($155), Copenhagen
marriage with the commu- In another attempt to
($154), Tokyo ($153), Brus-
Home or Industrial
nity in Nablus, in order to preserve the ethnic identity
sels ($152), The Hague
become
accustomed to of the group, it was also de-
($151), Damascus ($130),
Call JOE
Sainaritan society. tided to organize a class for
Athens ($119), Rome
547-1095
those above age 20 to study
($116), Sidney ($112), San-
Samaritan traditions.
ADL
Files
Brief
tiago ($110), Budapest and
FOR EFFICIENT
Lima ($101) and Bogata
in
School
Prayer
Sportswoman
CLEANING CALL
($100).
Case
in
Louisiana
356-8333
Cities where goods and
Shuns Jews
NEW YORK — The
services could be purchased
,j, //, /
for
Interviews
for less than the New York Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai
Brith
earlier
this
DALLAS — Nancy
average were Mexico City
($97), Belgrade ($94), month asked a federal ap- Lieberman, regarded by
Baghdad ($92), Beirut peals court to overturn a many as the top female bas-
AS
($91), Cairo and Teheran Louisiana law permitting ketball player in the world,
($90), Montreal ($86), prayer in public schools on refuses to give interviews to
Bucharest ($84), Rio de the ground that it violates Jewish papers but recently
Janeiro ($81), Bratislava the First Amendment's appeared on a Christian
Because your home or office
guarantee of church-state television program where
($79) and Warsaw ($69).
is a special place to you,
separation.
Twice as Clean treats them
she talked about her belief
In a friend-of-the-court in Jesus, according to a
to our special service: We're
Arms
for
China?
brief, the ADL called on the story in the Jewish Post and
the best because were con-
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — U.S. Court of Appeals for Opinion.
scientious, efficient and
Israeli newspapers continue the Fifth Circuit to reverse
thorough. Legally registered,
Miss Lieberman, who is
to report that Israel has a lower court decision up- Jewish, plays for the Dallas
insured, and polygraphed,
we use only all organic, bio-
concluded a massive con- holding the Louisiana sta- Diamonds of the Women's
degradable, non-allergenic
tract for the sale of arms to tute that was passed in July Professional Basketball
non-toxic cleaning supplies.
1980. Under that statute, League. She told the host of
mainland China.
Jefferson Parish (county) the TV program that
instituted a one-minute Judaism was not stressed
iowsw
_sirpos -
0„--atIl
im-ar--
wral=zirtza-
-
-
prayer period at the start of much during her childhood
1
""k146,
each school day, under in New York.
which students can volun-
-.r-
teer to recite prayers. Ac- Author Lashes
cording to the statute, if
/41
P e
none volunteer, the teacher PLO Terrorism
.KIBUTZ HULDA (JNI)
can offer the prayer.
— Amos Oz, a leading
writer in Israel, said in an
Christians Plan
interview in this month's
"Israel Scene" that the PLO
Fall Pilgrimage
is not justified in using vio-
Backing Israel
lence, since "they're not
SANTA ANA, Calif. — even struggling for their
Christians from around the own freedom and liberation.
world will travel to They are struggling for the
Jerusalem in October to absurd end of liberating
celebrate the Jewish festi- me."
val of Sukkot (the Feast of
Oz, a well-known leftist
Tabernacles) as an expres- who is committed to recon-
sion of unity and support for ciliation between Arabs and
Israel.
Israelis, said, "If they had
According to Dr. Israel really been struggling to
Carmona, North American liberate the Palestinians, I
coordinator for the Council guess that by now we would
of the Christian Embassy have achieved some painful
Association of Jerusalem, partitions of parts of the
Have something to buy or sell? One
the second annual Sukkot land into two independent
celebration continues the states . . . But Arafat is mad
phone call to us is like dialing
trend of Christian involve- enough to tell me that he's
our entire circulation...person-to-
ment with the people of Is- out to liberate me. Who is he
person! Place your Want Ad today!
rael highlighted by the In- to liberate me? If I ever de-
sp,
ternational Peace Congres- cide that Zionism is all the
ses of 1978 and 1979 and the things that Arafat says it is,
Feast of Tabernacles jubilee I shall simply liberate my-
in 1980.
self."
r:40.3" • 1; 100


ALUMINUM
GUTTERS

Friday, March 20 1981

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69

Emigres Develop Stethoscope

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
An Israeli electronics firm
has developed a new
stethoscope capable of reve-
aling tumors, changes in
heart functioning, kidney
stones, bone fractures, vari-
ations in tissue and even the
status of pregnancy and the
condition of the fetus.
The company, V.M.I., was
founded by a group of im-
migrant Russian _engineers
and scientists to develop
and market new technol-
ogy. The advanced stethos-
cope uses high-frequency
ultra-sound vibrations to
register sensitive body
processes in comparison
with surrounding tissue,

marking its readings auto-
matically on tape. The ad-
vanced stethoscope is light,
portable, and sells for
$6,000.

Election Gift

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
newspaper Maariv reports
that several Jewish mill
lionaires outside of Israel
have made substantial do-
nations to the Labor Align-
ment's election campaign.
The list includes Fried-
man of France, Bronfman of
Canada, and Gaon of Swit-
zerland, a long-time friend
of Prime Minister
Menahem Begin of Likud.

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