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October 16, 1959 - Image 30

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17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

For Sale by Owner

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90', 100' & 105' frontage by 116'
deep in exclusive NORTHLAND
GARDENS N. of 8 Mi.. between
Greenfield & Southfield. Detroit
City sewers & water.
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Also Oak Park on Radclift 2nd
bik. N. of 9 Mi. Rd. 500'.

For further information call

UN 2-4565

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18-STORE RENTALS

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FOR SALE. 3 stores with 2 flats
above. Priced to sell. WO 24635.

31-TRANSPORTATION

DRIVING Los Angeles sometime
this month. Desire woman or
couple to share ride. UN 2-7369.

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50-BUSINESS CARDS

1330 SPRUCE ST.
Licensed Builder
Get Our Bid and Save Dollars
EXPERTS
• Additions
• Building Alterations
• Cement Walks
• Drive-ways .
• New Home Construction
• Painting
• Plastering
• Roofing
• Tile
• And Violations Corrected
Be Sure To Get Our Bid

Call WO 3-4287

RUBEL'S Upholstering-Good work-
manship. Re-upholstering and new.
12034 Linwood, TU 3-0285.

FURNITURE repaired and refin-
ished Free estimates WE .3-2110.

A-1 PAINTING. decorating. Rea-
sonable prices Free estimates.
VI 2-1026. BR 3-6271.

35 - INSTRUCTION

EXPERIENCED • teacher. Bar 'Mit
zvah, Hebrew, Bible, Yiddish, En-
glish. Call TO 9-0686.

LARKINS MOVING
AHD DELIVERY SERVICE

Also Office Furniture.
Any time. '
Reasonable.
3319 GLADSTONE
TY 4-4587

BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yid-
' • dish, English. Call experienced
teacher. WE 4-1793.

HIGH SCHOOL teacher will tutor in
SeCial Studies & HiStory. Patient
and confident. Call LI 3-5805.

BAR MITZVAH ihstructicins at your
home or Mine. you cannot
afford, you pay less. Joshua
Shame s, 19318 Roselawn. UN.
2-0372.

DANCE LESSONS?

A phone call
answer all
your questions about dance
lessons for individuals, couples,
teen-agers, group or private, at
your home or our studio. Cha,
Cha, Swing, Fox-Trot, etc. Low-
est rates:

JUAN ISPANO STUDIOS
UN 3-0086

WAYNE STATE University instruc-
tor desires to tutor high school
students. Call UN 4-4348, evenings.

DOROTHY L. CORBEN. Teacher of
Piano. Private lessons at your
home. LI 8-8748.

EXPERIENCED piano teacher ac-
cepting pupils. Located Wooding-
ham between 6 Mile-Puritan. UN
3-7358.

40-EMPLOYMENT

?AINTING and wall washing. Rea-
sonable price. Quick service. 20
-years experience. TY 7-9868.

REPAIR, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, chimneys and porchei
Steps UN 24017.

FOR BETTER wall 'Washing, call
James - Russell.- One day service
TO 6-4005 526 Belmont.
.

J. STEEL
LANDSCAPING CO.

QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
3 YEARS GUARANTEE

DI 1-9206

UN 2-0574

Office

Res.

SCHWARTZ Al) kinds of carpen-
ter work, no job too big or small
TY 7-7758 LI 5-4035.

TILE

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
V OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO

UN 1-5075

Call Reeve's
Employment Service

A-1 PAINTING; 5 rooms, $100, labor
and materials. Free estimates. VE
6-8410.

IF . YOU NEED GOOD DO- .
MESTIC HELP. DAY OR
WEEK.

IVIONOGRAMING SERVICE. Person-
alize your blouses, dresses and
sweaters. Reasonable. UN 4-5008.

LI 4-5138

CALL TODAY done tomorrow, ex-
pert, small repairs, ceilings. attic
guaranteed. TR. 3-2677, TR. 1-4661.

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

54 - HA - LS FOR RENT

AMBITIOUS young married man
desires permanent position. Has
salesman experience. Call UN
3-9336 or LI 5-3706, after 5 p.m.

HALLS FOR RENT - 20x65 and
40x65. Fully equipped kitchen,
suitable for meetings, mass gath-
erings, • weddings, Bar-Mitzvah's.
VE 5-8323.

MIDDLE-AGED woman wants .poci-
tion as housekeeper for adults,
older children. References. LI
7-3361.

SEMI-RETIRED gentleman would
like light inside work, or part-
time work. TO 7-7003.

PART-TIME bookkeeping or general
office work desired. Or to do work
at home. EL 7-0444.

TYPING DONE at home. Reasonable
rates: WE 3-8655.

55 - MISCELLANEOUS

ONE-HORSE Frigidaire compressor,
with 11/2-horse motor: Good condi-
tion. 3 ft. fish or poultry closed
display case for crushed ice. All
Metal. Cheap. UN 3-0612.

After Fits and Starts,
Haifa Subway Rolls

MIDDLE-AGED lady would like to
be companion to go to Florida and
please call this number TO 5-2515,
after 6 p.m.

TEL AVIV, (JTA)Several
hundred passenger s were
trapped in the new Haifa sub-
way during one of its first runs.
50
BUSINESS CARDS
After a 45-minute wait, while a
mechanical breakdown was re-
PAINTING and decorating,
references if desired, free esti- paired, the Carmelite resumed
mates, work guaranteed. UN
its six-minute, . one-mile run be-
4-7123.
tween the top of Mount Carmel
FIRST CLASS ALTERATIONS at
and downtown Haifa.
my home. UN 4-3975.
Subway officials used the sys-
FIRST CLASS PAINTING- tern's loudspeaker to notify pas-
AND DECORATING
sengers of the breakdown, and
averted panic or injuries. The
PRICED VERY REASONABLY
subway proved to be such an
WORK MYSELF
attraction for children that they
25 yrs. experience.
filled the train one afternoon,
DE ROVEN
LI 4-5213
leaving no room for adults. An
EVENINGS.
order was issued barring use of
DRESSMAKING a n d alterations, the subway to children unless
women's and children's. Very
accompanied by parents. .
reasonable. Call WE 4-8046.

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A-1 PAINTING, hanging, wall wash-
ing, inside and outside. Guaran-
teed, immediate s e r v i c e. UN
4-0326.

CARPENTER WORK of all kinds-
Porch, floors, steps, kitchen cabi-
nets, doers, panelling. Work my-
self. UN 4-1897.

BASEMENT DAMP? Clothes dryer
need venting? Call Wolfe, BR
31446, KE 2-7850.

WASHERS, dryers, ironers repaired.
Dryers vented. All work guaran-
teed. Free estimates. Immediate
service anywhere. VE 8-6054.

'Sculptures' Shows
Great Variety of
Dimondstein's Work

MARTIN
CONSTRUCTION CO.

Israel Medicines to Help
Typhoon Victims in Japan
JERUSALEM, (JTA) - A
second shipment of Israel medi-
cines for victims of the typhoon
which struck Japan last month,
was shipped out from here by
air. The supplies were donated
by the Red Mogen David and
the Israel-Japan Friendship So-:
ciety and were transported free
of charge by Air France.

Boris Dimondstein is a poet,
essayist, short story writer and
playwright. In addition, he is
a good sculptor.
Many of his sculptures have
been selected for noteworthy
exhibitions. His major works
can now be seen in his new
book, "Sculptures" by Dimond-
stein:
"Sculptures," as well as the
other of Dimonstein's produc-
tions, can be secured either
from his Literarishe Heftn Pub-
lishing Co., Tujunga, Calif., or
Dimondstein Book Co., 50 E.
13th St., New York 3.
"Sctulptures" contains repro-
ductions of. busts of Emma
Lazarus, Sholem Aleichem,
Maxim Gorky, Joseph Opato-
shu, Lenin and other .Com-
munist leaders, Roosevelt, Sig-
mund Freud and many Bibli-
cal characters.
A statue, -"State of Israel,"
made of rock, is most Im-
pressive. So is 'his "Silent
Prayer" and a number of
other spiritual pieces.
, The number and the variety
of the works is so large that
one wonders at- Dimondstein's
capacity for work. His, book
"Sculptures" reveals that he
is a dynamically productive
man.

French Still Waiting-
for Egyptian Assets

PARIS, (JTA)-None of the
Frenchmen repatriated from
Egypt after the Sinai, campaign
of 1956-most of whom are
Jews-have yet received "the
least bit of the assets" they left
behind, even when these assets
were not dissipated by Egyptian
take-over managements.
The report was made by the
Superior Council of Frenchmen
Abroad at its 13th session. The
Council is a consultative group
which advises the French gov-
ernment on prOblems affecting
Frenchmen in overseas coun-
tries. A. de C_arbonnel, sec-
retary general of the French
Ministry for Foreign Affairs,
presided.
The report, which made it
clear that the return of Jews to
Egypt is. prohibited by the
United Arab Republic-, said,that
they therefore were unable. to
return to Egypt to make - ar-
rangements for their abandoned
property; There are about 800
such French Jews:

The Role of Judaism
in the. World of Today

(Editor's Note - It is the
beginning of a New Year and
time to take stock of our-
selves as inclividtw2.s, more
specifically, to take stock of
our spiritual values, and even
more specifically, to examine
our roles as Jews. Following
are excerpts from an editorial
written by Jacques Back,
editor and publisher of The
Observer, English-Jewish
weekly, in Nashville, Tenn.)._
* * *

By J'ACQUgS BACK
What is the role of Judaism
in the historic drama that is
now being enacted on the world
scene? From pulpit, and lecture
platform at times, we hear the
earnest admonition - "return
ye . . ."- that religion: a reli-
gion in which men believe pas-
sionately-for which the .heart
of the race hungers and yearns:
that religion_rather than cannon
and sword, can cut the Gordian
knot that holds nations apart
and armored for war.
As the days of another year
pass into history . . . Judaism
. . . calls for a return to the
great verities of religion . . .
reverence for the Torah - for
human dignity-for the neigh-
borliness that honors the. god-
like in man.
Yet-we find skepticism and
doubt, find a strange reluctance
to acknowledge that Judaism
. . . as a religious faith. . .
must be respectedmust give
us a sense of pride-must be
practiced and lived ..:Jews
. . . do not understand them-
selves.
. . . We are concerned with
the moral conflict which lies
within and between the souls of
men and with the element call-
ed decision.
That conflict has been waged
endlessly and desperately since
that distant hour when one
among all the earthbound crea-
tures discovered the stars, and
the Creator endowed it with a
soul, and that creature became
a. man.
Judging in perspective the
tremendous vista of history, we
find the conflict more dire to-
day and the moment more des-
perate than ever before. The
farces of good and evil face
each other in precarious bal-
ance. A touch might cause the
edifice we have so painftillY
erected-the truth we have dis-
covered--the beauty we have

fashioned-the justice we have
practiced . . yes, . even the
human race itself . .. to fall
into the abyss and be lost ..
an experiment that failed in
the laboratory of God.
•The hope of the race rests
with those who stand steadfast-
ly in the paths of righteousness;
and in the forefront must be
each of us and all who search
for self-ennoblement-wherever
they may be throughout this
stricken world. If each presses
forward unflinchingly in the
path of his. duty, realizing his
responsibility, then the victory
will be ours . . . It requires
definite desires and qualities of
character and spirit.
The essential qualities that
distinguish. the Jew are simple,
they are obvious He must have
an inclination-toward the right-
eous, a desire to be better, a
determination to stand up and
be counted among the inheritors
of a time-test. faith . . . He
must search, for knowledge, for
enlightenment; must have the
desire to learn and understand
-must love and respect Juda-
ism. And, above all, he must
believe in God.
This is profound: this is fun-
damental. We must p o s s e s s
those qualities, those virtues
and beliefs which live and glow
as a lasting flame in our hearts
and our souls if we would stand
before man and before God and
say in truth and with pride, "I
am a Jew."

,

Soviet Grants Visas
to Rebbe's Followers

TEL AVIV, (JTA) - Three
Israeli disciples of one of the
great Hassidic rabbis of all time,
Rabbi Nahman of Bratzlav -
"the Bratzlaver Rebbe," receiv-
ed visas from the Soviet Em-
bassy here to visit the grave of
the rabbi.
The Bratzlaver Rebbe -is bur-
ied in Uman, in the Kiev Dis-
trict. Two years ago, 12 Jerusa-
lem disciples of the rabbi ap-
plied for visas to permit them
to worship at the grave they
hold sacred.
Without explanation for the
delay, or reason why only three
of the 12 applicants were chos-
en, the three were summoned
to the USSR EmbaSsy and given
visas. They were told they
should go to Kiev, where de-
tailed arrangements for Visiting
Urn-an would be made.

British CathOlics Slate Ambassador Elath Sees
. _ Israel Names Tekoah
10-Day Trip to Israel Mother, 86, in Russia
LONDON, (JTA) - Israel's as Ambassador to Brain

LONDON, (JTA)---A British
Catholic delegation is due to
pay a ten-day visit to Israel with
the approval of the Catholic
Archbishop of Westminster,
Cardinal Godfrey. The delega-
tion, which will tour the coun-
try and visit Christian commu-
nities, will include Dr. Bernard
Orchard, chairman of the Bible
Association, and the Rev. Regi-
nald - Fuller, secretary of the
Association.
The Catholic clergymen will
be the guests of the Foreign
RelatiOns Department of the
Jewish Agency which has co-
operated with the Israel Minis-
try for Religious Affairs and
the British Chief Rabbi, in pre-
paring the tour.

Ambassador to London, Eliahu
Elath, who left his post last
week is returning to Israel by
way of Leningrad to meet his
86-year-old mother, with -whom
he lost contact many years
ago.
Complying with the Ambas-
sador's request, Soviet authori-
ties traced the whereabouts of
his mother and established
that she was residing in Lenin-
grad.
After notifying Ambassador
Elath, the Soviet authorities
made arrangements for him to
meet her in Leningrad. Elath
was born in Russia. He left
the country after the Commu-
nist revolution.

Syrian Gunners Attack
Israeli Workers in Huleh

WEST BERLIN, (JTA) - A.
United HIAS Fetes Bressler performance
of Arnold Schon-
as 'Symbolic Immigrant'
berg's op e r a, "Moses and

TEL AVIV, (JTA) - Israel
tractors resumed field work in
the Huleh area after an attack
last week by Syrian gunners
who opened heavy automatic fire
against two tractors, setting one
of them ablaze.
It was the first incident in the
area after several months of rel-
ative quiet. In the past there
have been repeated Syrian at-
tacks on Israel reclamation
work in the area.

CHICAGO, (JTA) - Max
Bressler, American Zionist
leader, was presented With the
75th anniversary award of the
International United Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society as "the
immigrant who best symbolizes
the opportunities the United
States offers immigrants to be-
come valuable citizeps of this
country." The presentation was
made at a dinner in Bressler's
honor.

JERUSALEM, (JTA)-Yosef
Tekoah, Israel's permanent rep-
resentative to the United Na-
tions during the past year, has
been named Ambassador to
Brazil.
The 34 - year - old diplomat
studied law at the University
L'Aurore in Shanghai and later
at Harvard University. Married
and the father of two children,
Tekoah is scheduled to leave
for Rio de Janeiro at the end
of the current UN General .As-
sembly session, where he will
succeed Aryeh Aroch, now Is-
rael's Ambassador to Sweden.

All But Anti-Semites
Enjoy German Opera

Aaron," as one of the events of
the West Berlin Festival Week,
enchanted most of the audience.
A small group which protest-
ed noisily against the opera was
described by Walter Karsch,
West Berlin Daily Tagenspieiel
critic, as anti-Semitic. He wrote
that the anti-Semitic outbursts
were -aimed not only at Schon-
berg and his opera but also
against the conductor, Herman
Scherchen, a Jew.

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