50 - BUSINESS CARDS
LET REV. CANTOR David Horowitz
conduct the Seder Services for
your family or group. No set fee.
WILLIAMS and YATES, decorating,
exterior, interior, painting, wall
washing, paper hanging. TR 1-1253,
CARPENTER, for good repairs on
building and reasonable prices and
quick service. Call TE 1-1295.
ALL CITY MOVING
AND STORAGE CO.
Seeks permanent employment
with chance for advancement.
Mechanically inclined. Graduate
of military electronics school,
has salesman experience. Refer-
ences, salaried position or salary
plus commission. Willing to learn
any type of business. Please
write Box 287, The Jewish News,
17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit 35,
Large, Modern Vans. Com-
plete Moving Service. No Job
1T-HOUSES FOR SALE
31 - TRANSPORTATION
OWNER MOVING, sacrificing at-
tractive 5 room bungalow. Ohio
near 7. UN 4-4344.
LEAVING for Winnipeg, Canada.
Around the 19th, room for 2 pas-
sengers. DI 1-9467.
OAK PARK. 15210 Kenton, near 10-
Mile-Greenfield. 3 bedroom brick,
11/2 baths, carpeted, gas heat, tiled
basement, 2 car garage, land-
scaped, fenced. LI 2-1032.
35 - INSTRUCTION
BAR-MITZVAH instruction, at your
home or mine. If you cannot af-
ford, you pay less. Joshua Shames,
SOUTHFIELD township. 2 bedroom
19318 Roselawn. UN 2-0372.
ranch home, with paneled den,
12x12, glassed in porch, fully car-
peted and • drapes. Lot 100x130. BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible,
Yiddish, English. Call experienced
Owner. Call EL 6-4518.
teacher, WE. 4-1793.
OAK PARK, 10 Mile and Coolidge-
3-bedroom brick ranch, den, base-
ment, garage, storms and screens.
By owner. LI 2-7073.
Learn more. Pay less. Special-
5 private lessons, $12. Two-for-
one rates. Group instruction. At
17-A-LOTS FOR SALE
our studio or your home. Cha-
Cha. Tango, etc.
Oak Park, Northfield Blvd.-
Lot 41x123 between Moritz
& Jerome. Price $5,000.
KE 1-7002 or UN 3-8482
PIANO, accordion lessons in your
home. Professional teacher. Begin.
ners, advanced. WE 5-6243.
Near 10 'Mile and Beech Rd. 14
acre lot surrounded by beautiful
ranch homes. Owner says sell
quick. Reduced to $3,950.
Couples, Cooks, Maids,
DAY or WEEK
Beautiful sloping home site, 160
ft. frontage by 222 ft. Located in
desirable Westwood Village.
Homes $35,000 up. Near Knoll-
wood Country Club.
IF YOU NEED GOOD DO-
MESTIC HELP. DAY OR
LOT FOR SALE, for an ideal home,
101 x 135, Magnolia Parkway Ave-
nue, Southfield. $13,000. Worth
$15,000. Phone owner. KE 8-1063.
WANTED: Teller trainee for branch
office. Age 21-35, woman who
would want part-time year around
job to supplement current income,
with teller experience, good at
figures and some typing. Apply
Mrs. Maurer, American Savings
. and Loan Assoc., 12246 Dexter
Blvd. or -Mr. Ellis, 2nd floor, 600
9 Choice Lots
betw. Jas. Couzens &
Southfield N. of 8 Mi.
90' - 100' - 105' frontage
Sell ill group or singly.
WOMAN for companion for conva-
lescent woman. Light housework.
HEAD cook for Jewish camp. June
26th through Labor Day. Call LI 5-
LADY wishes 3 or 4 days a week,
references. WA 5-4593.
EXPERIENCED general housework.
American-Polish speaking. 5 days,
home nights. References. UN 2-1017
Where woman can have her 9-
yr.-old son with her. Prefers
motherless home. Can cook and
carry household responsibilities.
Call Mrs. Vass. Jewish Vocation
WISHES DAY work. Will work free
first day; except for car fare.
45 - BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
A BARGAIN. Act now. Dairy bar,
building and equipment. Reason-
illness. Viggano, TW 2-5030.
West side location. 3
years old. 1958 Net
Cash needed $25,000.
West 7 Mile-Evergreen Area
Modern air-conditioned corner
clinic building for sale. Gas heat.
Hot water. 3 entrances. 3 lays.
Ideal for professional or busi-
ness office. Owner UN 2-1936
14976 Schaefer Hwy.
most beautiful and exclusive
private lake in this area.
Lovely shoreline, picturesque
beyond words. Near a group
of Jewish doctors. $12,500,
terms. Big discount for cash.
MONTHLY service, including all
government reports, pick-up and
delivery. $15. KE 4-7981
50 - BUSINESS CARDS
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen-
ter work, no job too big or small.
TY 7-7758, LI 5-4035.
PAINTING, decorating. Rea-
sonable prices. Free estimates.
VI 2-1026, BR 3-6271.
Lake Angelus nr. Pontiac
46-BOOKKEEPING AND TAX
26-LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE
to present America's new-
est home _ maintenance
program, f o r Detroit's
leading firm in this field.
MEN T. . . WOMEN I. • • •
IF YOU ARE AMBITIOUS . • . conscientious and
truly anxious to "get somewhere" in a high-paying,
fascinating profession-with no layoffs.
(Many of our graduates are now earning
over $10,000 a year.)
ONE PHONE CALL MAY CHANGE YOUR LIFE!
Right Now-Call WO 2-0782 or TU 5-4124
Learn about-and enroll in-our new
6 Wk. Evening Course Beginning Monday, April 13th
(Mon., Tues. and Thurs. 7:30 to 10:15 P.M.)
(We also have Saturday morning classes)
ATTEND 1ST LECTURE FREE
Subjects include listing, prospects, selling; appraising, financing
(including FHA and VA mortgages), real estate law (including
practice drafting of mortgages, land contracts, purchase agree-
ments, deeds, closing statements), and preparation for State
27-LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT
Classes held in beautiful Veterans Memorial Bldg., Rm. 514
ONLY $15 DOWN-balance of tuition (including
text and practice material) on terms.
LAKE ERIE, Canada - Beautiful,
sumptuous masonry lake home,
water's edge Linden Beach, near
Kingsville. 32 miles from Detroit.
3 bedrooms, studio living room,
modern kitchen, built-in porch,
wood paneled throughout. Sprink-
ler system, sandy beach, safe for
children, lot 80x500 feet. Season
rental or for sale. WO 1-5480.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call
James Russell. One day service-
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.
over $25,000. Wonder-
ful opportunity to ac-
quire proven business.
WE URGENTLY NEED 300 MEN AND WOMEN TO FILL THE
PRESSENT DEMAND FOR OUR GRADUATES. Free Placement.
DETROIT SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE
Licensed by Michigan State Board of Education
James N. Heaney, L.LB., Director
Office: 404 TOWN HOUSE
LEAVING CITY, must sacrifice.
Royal Worcester bone china dinner
set, sterling flat wear in Towle's
King Richard, complete set of
crystal glassware and service for
12 of Community flatware. Prac-
tically new. MI 6-0457.
37, home owner, business part-
nership in Detroit for 111;'!
years, top executive ability, B.A.
degree in business administra-
tion, wishes connection with fu-
DRIVER with cleaning route, good
commission. Call, UN 2-6132.
Also a few choice
lots available in Oak Pk.
Too Large or Too Small.
57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
MOODS AND FURNITURE
British Paper Charges
Bonn Courts Uphold
Gestapo War Actions
LONDON (JTA)-West Ger-
man courts "have upheld the
Gestapo" and have carried such
practice a step further by
FURNACES repaired, installed, gas showing disinclination to take
coal, pots, Grates, Flues, Mickel-
any measures to compensate
son. TO 6-0414.
so-called "national persecutees"
FURNITURE repaired and refin-
ished. Free estimates. WE 3-2110. or stateless persons, unless
they were Jews, the Manches-
REPAIR, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, chimneys and porches ter Guardian, leading British
Steps. UN 2-1017.
liberal newspaper, charges.
PAINTING-Exterior, interior. Deco- This attitude, the newspaper
rating, wall washing. W. Williams, said, has been taken by the
8554 American. TE 4-0195.
German courts even though the
victims had "suffered equally
from Nazi persecution."
The Manchester Guardian
DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
cited as illustration the case
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO. of one Felix Kurnatovsky, 70,
a former member of the Polish
resistance and, during the war,
editor of a Polish resistance
newspaper. Kurnatovsky, who
AND DELIVERY SEP.VICE
was engaged in protecting
Jews, had been arrested by the
Also Office Furniture.
Gestapo, and imprisoned in
various concentration camps.
He has filed claims for com-
pensation on the grounds that
he had opposed the Nazis on
"national and religious
grounds," asserting that his im-
prisonment had resulted in seri-
ous injury to his health, reduc-
ing his ability to earn a liveli-
The newspaper said that Kur-
natovsky's claim was first re-
jected by the Germans on the
TO YOUR LAWN &
grounds that he was "only a
member of the resistance move-
ment." Later, a Germ-an court
dismissed his claim, holding
that the claims advanced by
the Gestapo were valid, and
LANDSCAPING STUDENT are, therefore, supportable in a
West German court.
CARPENTER WORK of all kinds-
Porch, floors, steps, kitchen cabi-
nets, doors, panelling. Work my-
self. UN 4-1897.
6 Years Experience
PAINTING and Decorating. Reason-
able price. Work guaranteed. UN
PAINTING, $9 to $15 per room, wall
washing $5 per room, experienced
best references. C. Evans. WA 4-
A-1 PAINTING, 5 rooms, $100, labor
and material. Free estimates. VE
All Work Guaranteed
PAINTING and decorating, inside,
outside. Free estimates, reason-
able. TO 7-1937.
PAINTING and wall washing. Rea-
sonable price. Quick service. 20
years experience. TY 7-9868.
DRESSMAKING. A 1 1 alterations.'
Reasonable. TE 3-2329.
80-SOAPS & DETERGENTS
1 GAL. DANDY
• SPRAY ON
• WIPE OFF
• E Z TO USE
German Court Bans
LUNEBURG, Germany (JTA)
-Copies of "Der Weg," a neo-
Nazi anti-Semitic periodical
published in German in Buenos
Aires, were ordered confiscated
here by a ruling of the District
Court which branded the pub-
lication as one supporting "the
violent and arbitrary regime of
The confiscation order was
directed against 42 copies of
the periodical, out of 83
studied by the court. The order
noted that a general ban
against "Der Weg" was moot,
since the periodical has now
The court, however, imposed
a nominal fine of one mark
per copy against the German
distributor of "Der Weg,"
former Chief Customs Inspec-
tor H. Flohr.
CJC Reports on Election
of Jews in Canada
MONTREAL (JTA) - T h e
Canadian Jewish Congress re-
leased a summary _of the results
of the recent elections through-
out Ontario, revealing that Na-
than Philipps was re-elected
Mayor - of Toronto while Philip
Givens and Herbert Orliffe were
re-elected aldermen in the To-
ronto City Council.
Elsewhere in the province, a
number of Jews were elected to
city and town councils and to
school boards and other munic-
ipal posts. Ill North York Irving
Paisley was re-named councillor,
in Forest Hill Village Laurie T.
Simonsky was re-elected reeve
while Sidney H. Banks and Ed-
win Pivnick were named coun-